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THE BUDGET OF THE  UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30  1950  UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON : 1949  For Sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  •  •  •  Price $6.00 (Paper Cover)   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  TABLE OF CONTENTS Page  BUDGET. MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT________________________________________________________________________________ M5 Bpdgetreceipts_________________________________________________________________________________________________ MlO .R~tirement of the public debt______ __ _ _________________ ___ _____ __ __ __ __ _ ___ __ ________ _____ __ ______ ___ __ __ ____ ___ M12 Bv.dget expenditures and authorizations___________________________________________________________________________ M12 Specific programs. _______________________ .. __________________________________________________________________ M14 International affairs and finance___________________________________________________________________________ M14 National defense __________ .. ___________ .. __________________________________________________________________ M18 Veterans' services and benefits______________________________________ _______ _______________________________ M27 Social welfare, health, and security____________________________________________________________ ____________ M32 Housing and community facilities_________________________________________________________________________ M39 Education and general research___________________________________________________________________________ M45 Agriculture and agricultural resources______________________________________________________________________ M47 Natural resources_______________________________________________________________________________________ M51 Transportation and communication _______ . ________________ ____ __ _____ __ _____ ______ __ _____ ___ ________ ____ __ M55 Finance, commerce, and ind us try_ _ _ ____ ___________________ ________________________________ _______________ M60 Labor_________________________________________________________________________________________________ M62 General government _______________________________________________ -.- _____ _______ ______ ____________ ______ M64 Interest on the public debt_______________________________________________________________________________ M68 Proposed legislation-a summary_________________________________________________________________________________ M69 CHARTS: BUDGET RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES, AND THE PUBLIC DEBT_________________________________________________ M72-M73 PART J. SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES: Section A. Budget receipts, expenditures, and appropriations; and public debt: Table 1. Budget resume __________________________________________________________________________ _ A4 Table 2. Summary of Budget expenditures (by organization unit) __________________________________·___ _ A5 Table 3. Summary of Budget appropriations and other authorizations (by function) ________ .. _____________ _ Table 4. Summary of Buciget appropriations and other authorizations (by organization unit)_______________ A8 Table 5. Effect of financial operations on the public debt______________________________________________ All Table 6. Budget receipts (by source) _____________________________________________ -- - -- - -- - - -- - - - - - - A12 Table 7. Budget appropriations and expenditures (by function and organization unit) ____________________ _ A24 Table 8. Budget appropriations and expenditures (by organization unit and appropriation title) ____________ _ A36 Table 9. Contract authorizations and appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations _________________ _ A103 Section B. Trust accounts: Table 10. Summary of trust account receipts, expenditures, and appropriations ____________________________ A106 Table 11. Receipts of trust accounts (by fund and source)---------------------------------~------------ A107 Table 12. Appropriations and expenditures of trust accounts (by fund and appropriation title)______________ Al13 Section C. Receipts from and payments to the public: Table 13. Receipts from and payments to the public___________________________________________________ A 123 PART JI. DETAILED ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATION AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS FOR GOVERNMENT-TYPE BUDGETS: Legislative branch _______________________________________________________________________ .. _.. ____________ _ 3 The Judiciary ________________________________________________________________________________________ _ 29 Executive Office of the President and independent offices_______ .... ___ .... _.. _.... _________ .. ____ .. _____ .. _.. - .. - - - - - .. - 41 Federal Security Agency _______________________________________________________________________________ _ 165 Federal Works Agency ________________________________________________________________________________ _ 247 Department of Agriculture ______________________________________________________________________ - - - - - --279 Department of Commerce _____________________________________________________________________________ _ 421 Department of the Interior __________________________________________________________________ -- - -- - - -- -471 Department of Justice ____________________________________________________________________________ - - .. - - 653 Department of Labor _________________________________________________________________________________ _ 675 National Military Establishment ________________________________________________________________ - - - - - - - 691 Office of the Secretary of Defense ______________________________________________________________ - - - - - 701 Department of the Air Force _______________________________________________________________________ _ 705 Department of the Army _______________________________________________________________________ -- -719 Department of the Navy _____ ------ ____________________________ -- ---- - - - ------ -- - - --- - - - -- - ---- - --809 Post Office Department _______________________________________________________________________________ _ 873 Department of State __________________________________________________________________________________ _ 899 Treasury Department _________________________________________________________________________________ _ 925 District of Columbia _____________________________________________________________________ - _ - - - - - - - - - - - 975  M3 800000-49--II   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  /  M4  TABLE OF CONTENTS  III.  PART  BUSINESS-TYPE BUDGET Es~IMATES OF GOVERNMENT CoRPO'RATIONS AND ENTERPRISES:  1041  Export-Import Bank of Washington_____________________________________________________________________ Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation___________________________________________________________________ Housing and Home Finance Agency: Office of the Administrator ______________________________________________ - _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ __ Home Loan Bank Board ____________________________________________________________________________  1053 1063  Examining Division, Home Loan Bank Board_____________________________________________________ Federal Home Loan Banks (Mixed-Ownership Corporations)________________________________________ Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation ________ - _- _______ -- - ________ ---- _____ ---- ___ _ _ __ _ Home Owners' Loan Corporation ______________________________ - _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ Federal Housing Administration ___________________ - - - _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - __ ___ _ _ __ __ _ Public Housing Administration ________________________ - --- -- - - -- - - - _ - _- -- - ------ -- __ - -- ---------- __ _ Public war housing program __________________________________________ ------____________________ Homes conversion program ___________________________ ------ ________________________ ----________ Veterans' re-use housing program________________________________________________________________ United States Housing Act program______________________________________________________________ Subsistence homestead and greentowns program ________________________________ -----------------__ Administrative expenses-Public Housing Administration ___________________________ --------________ Defense Homes Corporation _______________________ - - -- -- -- _ --- -- -- ~---- - --- --- ---- -----------Miscellaneous services for other agencies ___________________ - _ - __ - _____ - _ - __ - - - - - - - - __ - - __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ Panama Railroad Company _____________________ -- ----- ---- -- -- - ----- - - - -- - - ----- -- -- ---- -- ---- ----- ---Reconstruction Finance Corporation _____ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _ - - - - - - - _ - - - - - _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - __ __ _ Tennessee Valley Associated Cooperatives, Inc_----------------------------------------------------------Tennessee Valley Authority __________________________ -- ____ - ___ ---- -- -- - - - - ---- - ----- -------- ----------Department of Agriculture ___________________________ - _- ___ - _- - - ___ - _ - ___ - - - _ - _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _ - __ _ __ _ __ Commodity Credit Corporation_____________________________________________________________________ Federal Crop Insurance Corporation_ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ __ _ __ __ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ __ __ _ _ __ _ Farm Credit Administration _________________________ - _________ - ___ - ___ - _ - ___ - _- _ - _ - _ - ___ - _- _ __ __ _ _ _ Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation_____________________________________________________________ Federal intermediate credit banks________________________________________________________________ Production credit corporations_·- ______________________________________________ -------___________ Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation of Washington, D. C______________________________________ Mixed-ownership corporations _____________________________________________________ ~_____________ Department of Commerce: Inland Waterways Corporation ______ ~~_________________________________________ Department of the Interior: The Virgin Islands Company __________________________________________________ Department of Justice: Federal Prison Industries, Inc______________________________________________________ Department of State: Institute of Inter-American Affairs___________________________________________________________________ Institute of Inter-American Transportation___________________________________________________________ Prencinradio, Inc __________________________________________________________________________________ Generalprovisions _____________________________________________________________________________________ PART  IV.  Page  Summary narrative ____________________________________________________________________________________  1067 1073 1075 1077 1079 1087 1095 1107 1109 1119 1125 1131 1141 1149 1153 1155 1157 1173 1201 1205 1229 1231 1259 1265 1271 1279 1287 1295 1301 1303 1315 1325 1333 1341 1343 1345  SPECIAL ANALYSES AND TABLES:  Explanation of the estimates of receipts_ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ __ __ _ _ __ __ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ __ __ __ __ _ __ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ Federal activities in civil public works and national defense construction______________________________________ Federal aid to State and local governments-------------------------------~------------------------------Receipts from and payments to the public, fiscal years 1929-1950____________________________________________  1349 1353 1369 1375  1. 2. 3. 4. 5.  1379 1380 1384 1386 1397 1401  APPENDIXES:  Appendix Appendix Appendix Appendix Appendix  Unexpended balances of Budget accounts as of June 30, 1948, and appropriations for the fiscal year 1949_______ Permanent and indefinite Budget appropriations_________________________________________________________ Expenditures from funds appropriated to the President by spending organization unit________________________ Comparison of expenditures by organization unit, fiscal years 1941 through 1948_ _ _ _________________________ Comparison of Budget receipts and expenditures by function, fiscal years 1941 through 1950__________________  INDEX _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  BUDGET MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT To the Congress of the United States: I am transmitting my recommendations for the Budget of the United States for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1950.  Under the laws of our country, the Budget, when approved by the Congress, becomes the plan of action for the Federal Government. It thus embodies decisions of tremendous importance, particularly in these times, to the American people and to the entire world. The preparation of the Budget is one of the most important duties of the President. It represents a carefully prepared plan for carrying out the many activities and services of Government which the Congress has authorized, and others which I am recommending, in response to the needs and desires of the American people. This is the fourth Budget prepared since the close of World War IL The character of the postwar world still presents many complex problems and unanswered questions. This Budget is the clearest expression that can be given at this time to the program which the Government of the United States should follow in the world today. It is founded on the conviction that the United States must continue to exert strong, positive effort to achieve peace in the world and growing prosperity at home. Substantial direct assistance is provided for other members of the family of nations, and expenditures in support of our armed forces are materially increased. Funds are included for the necessary strengthening of our economy through the development and conservation of the Nation's productive resources. Increased emphasis is placed on the provision of badly needed measures to promote the education, health, and security of our people. To support this program, the Budget provides for expenditures of 41.9 billion dollars for the fiscal year 1950, about 1.7 billion dollars above the requirements for the present year. Under existing law and with continuing high levels of economic activity, revenues for the fiscal year would be 41 billion dollars. This would result in an estimated deficit of 873 million dollars. In a period of high prosperity it is not sound public policy for the Government to operate at a deficit. A Government surplus at this time is vitally important to provide a margin for contingencies, to permit reduction of the public debt, to provide an adequate base for the future financing of our present commitments, and to reduce inflationary pressures. I am, therefore, recommending new tax legislation to raise revenues by 4 billion dollars. Because of the normal lag in the collection of taxes, however, tax receipts in the fiscal year 1950 would be considerably less. 115   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M6  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  In presenting this financial program to the Nation, I have carefully considered the present economic situation of our country and the effect upon it of large Government expenditures. The Economic Report, submitted recently to Congress, emphasized the compelling need for financial prudence by the Government at this time. The actions taken in preparing this Budget reflect that policy. Because of heavy prior commitments requiring larger expenditures for a number of continuing programs in the fiscal year 1950 and the presence of inflationary forces in our economy, it has been necessary to deny many requests for additional funds which would normally be desirable. Necessary increases in our national defense program are expected to result in additional expenditures in 1950 of 2.5 billion dollars, or 21 percent, over 1949. Public works already authorized and now under way also require higher expenditures. Despite these and other unavoidable increases, the total expenditures contemplated for 1950 are only 1.7 billion dollars above the level of the present fiscal year. Within the framework of this Budget, provision is made for inaugurating certain essential economic and social programs which should no longer be delayed. An estimate of 290 million dollars is included for aid to education. An additional 500 million dollars is included for such programs as housing and slum clearance, expanded social security and the national health program. In addition, there will be an increase in receipts and expenditures of trust accounts under my recommendation for strengthening the contributory social insurance system. The plans of each Government agency have been thoroughly reviewed, and the amounts shown in the Budget represent, in my judgment, the minimum requirements for the next fiscal year. I believe that this Budget reflects the necessities of our national policy and the desires of our people and that an extensive review by the Congress will result in its acceptance as a sound program of governmental action. BUDGET TOTALS  [Fiscal years. In mlllions] 1948  actual  1949  1950  estimated  estimated  Recp;pt,. _____ -------------------------------------------- ___ _  $42,211 $39,580 $40,985 33,791 40,180 41,858 1-----1,-----1---Surp]us (+) or deficit(-)_______________________________ +8,419 -600 -873  ExpenditUl'es_________________________________________________  NOTE. -Estimated expenditures are based on existing and proposed legislation. Estimated receipts exclude new tax proposals. Throughout this Budget, payments of refunds of Government receipts are reported as deductions from total receipts; In the past, they have been reported as expenditures.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  The 1950 Budget, like all those since the end of the war, is dominated by our international and national defense programs. Together, they are expected to amount to 21 billion dollars, or half of all Budget expenditures. International affairs and finance account for 6.7 billion dollars of expenditures in the fiscal year 1950, compared with 7.2 billion dollars in 1949. Most of these funds will be spent as part of the strong economic support we are extending to the free nations of Western Europe, whose recovery is the key to continued independence and to safeguarding freedom in many other parts of the world. Our investment in European recovery will repay us many times in terms of increased strength and improved organization for peace. But in existing circumstances, economic strength is not enough to assure continued independence to free peoples. Under the Oharter of the United Nations, therefore, we have been discussing with some of the Western European countries measures designed to increase the security of the North Atlantic area. To further this objective, I expect later to request funds for providing military supplies to those countries and to certain other countries where the provision of such assistance is important to our national security. It is not possible now to predict accurately what will be needed, and I have therefore included no allowance in the Budget. The fact that additional funds will be required to meet the demands of this program emphasizes even more strongly the need for increased revenues in the years ahead. While we believe that active participation in the work of the United Nations and support for the economic recovery and growing strength of free nations are the most important steps we can take toward peace, we must also maintain adequate national defense forces. In this Budget, expenditures for national defense are estimated to total 14.3 billion dollars in 1950, compared to 11.8 billion dollars for 1949. New authorizations recommended for national defense in 1950 total 15.9 billion dollars. Defense expenditures to maintain the present program are expected to be higher in 1951, as a result of expanding programs now under way and the large orders already placed for aircraft, ships, and other material and equipment, which will be delivered .and paid for in the next few years. The military forces recommended in this Budget are the most powerful this Nation has ever maintained in peacetime. The principal objective we should have in mind in planning for our national defense at this time is to build a foundation of military strength which can be sustained for a period of years without excessive strain on our productive resources, and which will permit rapid expansion should the  M7   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M8  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  need arise. The recommendations in this Budget move toward this objective. I believe that they will permit this Nation to maintain a proper military preparedness in the present uncertain period. Two other commitments of the Government will continue to have a major impact on Budget expenditures in the fiscal year 1950. These are interest on the public debt and our program of services and benefits provided for veterans and their dependents. Together they total 11 billion dollars, or 26 percent of the Budget. A general decline in the number of veterans drawing readjustment. benefits reduces expenditures for veterans to 5.5 billion dollars, 1.3 billion dollars below the current year. Interest on the public debt, however, shows an increase from 5.3 billion dollars in 1949 to more than 5.4 billion dollars in 1950. Expenditures for all activities of the Federal Government, exclusive of those required for the four items-international, national defense, veterans, and interest on the public debt-total 10 billion dollars or 24 percent of the Budget. Programs devoted to social welfare, health, and security require expenditures of 2.4 billion dollars. Of this amount nearly half is in direct grants to. States for public assistance. Development of our natural resources, including atomic energy, is estimated to cost 1.9 billion dollars. Programs devoted to agriculture and agricultural resources require expenditures of 1.7 billion dollars. Provision for transportation and communication facilities and services, many of them supporting our national defense activities, requires 1.6 billion dollars. All other activities of Government-for housing, education, labor, finance, commerce, and industry and the costs of general government-amount to 2.3 billion dollars, or 5 percent of the total Budget. Expenditures of 6.4 billion dollars are included within the foregoing Budget totals for new legislation. Of this amount, 5.6 billion dollars is directly concerned with international and national defense activities, while the remainder provides for domestic needs. There are many activities of Government, authorized at various periods, which impose continuing financial obligations and tend to represent fixed elements in the Budget. A careful review has been made of these programs to assure that they meet only the most essential needs in the light of present conditions. As a result, cutbacks have been recommended in the veterans' hospital construction program, recommendations for new public works have been included only where it is not in the public interest to postpone them, as in the case of some power projects, and an increase in postal rates has been   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  recommended to lower the postal deficit. Similar changes are reflected in other areas. In addition, a great deal of effort has been devoted to achieving the economies which should be obtained through more effective organization and conduct of Government operations. There is no easy way of attaining this type of economy, but the size and complexity of our governmental activities require that we devote continuing attention to improving the management of the public business. Further, we must make it possible for responsible Federal executives to take the actions which will lead to increased efficiency, economy, and closer coordination of activities. To make more rapid progress toward this goal, to which I am firmly committed, this Budget includes a request for a management improvement fund of 1 million dollars to be appropriated to the President and utilized by him to carry on necessary and worth-while management improvement activities. The Budget also reflects certain anticipated savings which should result from management improvement activities now under way. To strengthen further the management of the Government, I am recommending the immediate enactment of legislation to increase the salaries of the heads and assistant heads of the departments and agencies. The Budget includes a tentative estimate of the funds needed to provide these increases. I also recommend that the Classification Act be revised to permit the payment of more realistic salaries to career employees and to correct the dislocations and inequities created in recent years. The Government and its employees should be assured that the salaries paid for positions at all levels are fair compensation for the work performed. Fiscal prudence requires that we consider the Government's program, not on the basis of a single year alone, but in the light of the continuing national policies already adopted. It must be recognized that expenditures in the fiscal year 1951 are likely to be larger than those for 1950. Expenditures for national defense can be expected to rise substantially above the level estimated for 1950. We cannot expect any material decline in our international responsibilities. We must face squarely the fact that we foresee a deficit in the fiscal year 1950 under existing tax laws, even without any allowance for new military aid, and that even higher expenditures will probably be required in future years. Furthermore, in the fiscal year 1950, the present large excess of receipts of trust accounts, with its anti-inflationary effects, will be sharply reduced by the scheduled payment to veterans of a dividend of about 2 billion dollars from the national service life insurance fund.  M9   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MIO  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  Finally, it must be apparent that in times like the present we must be in a position to make new plans if conditions change. I do not consider it prudent under such circumstances for the Government finances to be in unbalance, or even in precarious balance. In prosperous times like the present, we should take the necessary steps to reduce the public debt and place the Governm~nt :finances on a sounder footing. Therefore, I am recommending that the Congress enact new revenue legislation. It is not an easy step for me to take to recommend new taxes. I do so with a double conviction, first, that under present circumstances a prosperous country cannot afford an unbalanced budget and second, that after thorough review of the cost of each Government program my recommendations represent a level below which our responsibilities will not permit us to go in the next fiscal year. The Budget of the United States Government is large because its responsibilities are large. The Budget reflects the realities of our international position and our concern for a strong and progressive domestic economy. This Nation is today the strongest bulwark of freedom in the world. The decisions we make concerning our national finances must be based on a sober understanding of this fact. BUDGET RECEIPTS On the basis of existing tax legislation, Budget receipts for the fiscal year 1950 are expected to total 41 billion dollars, an increase of more than a billion dollars over receipts in the current fiscal year. The estimates assume the continuance of full employment and approximately the current levels of economic activity. Income taxes.-Income taxes on individuals and corporations are the major source of revenue of the Federal Government. Receipts from these taxes represent over two-thirds of Budget receipts at present. The Revenue Act of 1948, passed over my veto, is causing a sharp reduction of individual income tax collections in the fiscal year 1949. Even though the continuation of the present high level of personal income is assumed, these receipts in the fiscal year 1950 will remain below the corresponding receipts in the fiscal year 1948. Receipts from taxes on corporations are expected to increase substantially in the fiscal years 1949 and 1950. With the end of the war, the rates of these taxes were reduced and collections declined sharply from the high levels of the war years, but the general prosperity that followed the reconversion period has brought steadily rising profits and higher tax yields.  Mll  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  BUDGET RECEIPTS  (Including proposed changes in employment taxes and miscellaneous receipts) [Fiscal years. In millions] Source  1948  1949  1g50  actual  estimated  estimated  Direct taxes on individuals: Individual income taxes _________________________________ _ $20, 997 $18, 530 Estate and gift taxes _____________________________________ _ 899 797 Direct taxes on corporations: Corporation income taxes_________________________________ 9,851 11,515 Excess profits taxes_______________________________________ 323 194 Excises_.---------------------------------------··-----------7,402 7, 715 Employment taxes: Existing legislation ___ -----------------------------------· 2,396 2,610 Proposed legislation: Health insurance ___ ---------------------------------- -------------- _____________ _ Expanded coverage, old-age and survivors insurance _____________________________ _ Customs __________________________________ ••.•• ·······-·-·---422 407 Miscellaneous receipts: 3,809 2,276 Existing legislation ___ ---------------·--···------------·-Proposed legislation __________________________________________________________________ _ Deduct: Appropriation to trust funds: Existing legislation ___ ·--------------------·--·------· 1,616 1, 754 Proposed legislation: Health Insurance_. ___ --------··---·· ___________________________ -----········· Expanded coverage, old-age and survivors insurance _____ ----------------------------·--------·· -------------- ------------ ·Refunds of receipts •• ------------------------------------2,272 2, 709 Budget receipts ________________________________________ _  42,211  39,580  $19, 135 653  12,112 140  7,900 3,324  260 1,700 407 1,750 81  2,420  200 1,700  2,097 40,985  NoTE.-Payments of refunds of Government receipts are now reported as deductions from total receipts; previously, they were reported as expenditures. Overpayments by taxpayers are not true receipts of the Government nor are they, when refunded, properly chargeable as operating costs of the Government. Payments by wholly owned Government corporations and enterprises for retirement of capital stock and surplus, which were formerly reported as miscellaneous receipts, are also excluded from both receipts and expenditures, since they do not represent operating costs or true receipts of the Government. These improvements in reporting practice result in reduciag Bud!(et receipts and expenditures for each year by equal amounts, aad therefore have no effect upon the amount of surplus or deficit.  Excises and miscellaneous receipts.-Excise taxes and miscellaneous receipts are the other major sources of Federal revenue. Excise taxes are expected to continue the gradual upward trend of recent years, reflecting the continued high level of business activity. Miscellaneous receipts have been declining from the peak reached in the fiscal year 1947. The disposal of war surplus is nearing completion, and consequently by the fiscal year 1950 miscellaneous receipts will be approaching a more stable level. Employment taxes.-The continuation of full employment brings gradually rising revenues from employment taxes. Furthermore, under existing legislation, the tax rate for railroad retirement increases in January 1949 and that for old-age and survivors insurance in  SOOOOo-49-III   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M12  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  January 1950. I recommend that the rate increase for the latter tax be moved forward to July 1949. I have recommended programs of health and disability insurance and expansion of coverage for the social insurance programs now in operation. These measures would result at the outset in added collections of employment taxes greater than the added payments for benefits, but the funds would be transferred to trust accounts and would not appreciably affect Budget receipts.  Rejunds.-This Budget reflects the recent change in Federal financial reporting, under which refunds of receipts are shown as deductions from receipts, rather than as expenditures. These refunds are not true operating costs of the Government but are for the return of overpayments of taxes and duties. Such refunds are exceptionally high in the fiscal year 1949, because of the unusual "over withholding" of individual income taxes for January through April 1948, resulting from the lower rates set retroactively by the Revenue Act of 1948. Interest paid on refunds continues to be shown as an expenditure. RETIREMENT OF THE PUBLIC DEBT The change in the Budget outlook in the last 12 months has meant a con·esponding change in the rate of reduction of the public debt. Instead of the Budget surplus of nearly 5 billion dollars estimated last January for the fiscal year 1949, we now face a deficit of 600 million dollars. Accordingly, there will be no net reduction in the debt during fiscal year 1949, other than that made possible by a small reduction in the Treasury's cash balance during the year. The debt on June 30, 1949 is estimated to be 251.6 billion dollars. The major reason for the failure to achieve any sizable debt reduction in 1949 is the tax reduction enacted by the Eightieth Congress. The increase in taxes which I am recommending should permit us to make, in 1950, the minimum reduction consistent with responsible fiscal policy in prosperous times such as these. BUDGET EXPENDITURES AND AUTHORIZATIONS The complex Budget of the Government can best be summarized in terms of major functions. These major functions-national defense, international affairs and finance, veterans' services and benefits, and so forth-set forth the broad purposes for which the Government spends money, regardless of which department or agency carries them out. Estimated expenditures for the fiscal year 1950 of 41.9 billion dollars include all expenditures from the general and special accounts of the Treasury as well as the net expenditures of Govern-   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M13  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  ment corporations and enterprises. They exclude expenditures made from trust accounts. The full impact and direction of the Government's program cannot be measured in terms of expenditures alone in any one year. Many of the commitments made under the appropriations and other authorizations enacted by the Congress for any year do not result in expenditures until a later year. For example, of the estimated 1950 expenditures, 34 billion dollars will be made from new appropriations and authorizations recommended in this Budget, and 7 .9 billion dollars will be made from those enacted in prior years. BUDGET EXPENDITURES AND AUTHORIZATIONS BY MAJOR FUNCTIONS  [Fiscal years. In millions] Expenditures  1950  Function 1948  actual International affairs and finance •••••... _•• National defense .••.....•...........•...... Veterans' services and benefits.•..••.•.•••• Social welfare, health, and security ••...... Housing and community facilities .•....••• Education and general research ...•....•... Agriculture and agricultural resources_ ••. _ Natural resources .......... ·-·············· Transportation and communication- •..... Finance, co=erce, and industry ..••••••• Labor-·····················- .......•...••• General government ..•.•..••.••.••••••••.. Interest on the public debt •••..•...••••••• Reserve for contingencies.......... ·-·····Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis .. ·-············-·······-··········· Total. ... ·-··························  $4,782 10,924 6,567 1,853 82 75 575 1,091 1,267 88 183 1,504 5,188  ------------388 33,791  estimated  estimated  Net new appropr!ations  $7,219 11,745 6,799 1,963 349 85 1,805 1,616 1,757 102 184 1,187 5,325 45  $6,709 14,268 5,496 2,358 388 414 1,662 1,861 1,586 107 187 1,224 5,450 150  $6,349 13,219 5,701 2,271 227 452 745 1,549 944 82 187 1,160 5,450 200  1949  1950  Other authorizations  ------------  $2,455  ------------  92 1,987 18 350 482 648  ------------------------  7  ------------  ------------  -------·---- ------------ ------------ -----------40,180  41,858  I  38,536  6,039  1 In addition, this Budget Includes 3,036 million dollars of appropriations recommended to liquidate prior year contract authorizations.  In order to give a comprehensive picture of the financial requirements of Government programs, my Budget Message sets forth the net new appropriations and other authorizations requested. "Net new appropriations," totaling 38.5 billion dollars for fiscal year 1950, represent total appropriations requested (including permanent appropriations), less those to be used to liquidate prior year contract authorizations. "Other authorizations," totaling 6 billion dollars for fiscal year 1950, include contract authorizations which permit the placement of specific contracts but require later appropriations to liquidate these contracts, and special authorizations to use the pro-   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M14  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  ceeds of Treasury borrowing to finance certain types of Government programs. Together, "net new appropriations" and "other authorizations," totaling 44.6 billion dollars, represent the new obligational authority recommended for carrying on the Government's business. SPECIFIC PROGRAMS  The following sections describe in broad outline the Government programs in each of the major functional areas and the principal changes proposed in this Budget. INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND FINANCE  Two world wars and the years between have convinced the peopl8of the United States that their security and well-being depend on conditions of peace and stability in the world. The complexity of the international postwar recovery problem and the tensions which make the transition to peace more difficult have deepened this conviction. The fundamental objective of United States foreign policy is to achieve world peace and international security resting on the strength, mutual interests, and cooperation of free nations. The Budget reflects this policy in the funds provided for our participation in the United Nations and for the regular operations of the State Department and other agencies. But the instruments of our policy requiring the largest measure of budgetary support are the extraordinary programs of economic and military aid to those nations and peoples who share our international objectives and our determination to make them effective. Through all these means, we are acting to strengthen the great moral force of freedom on which we believe the advancement of people everywhere depends. Total expenditures for international activities, exclusive of possible expenditures for a new program of providing military supplies to certain countries, are expected to be 6.7 billion dollars in the fiscal year 1950-a drop from the 7 .2 billion dollars estimated for the fiscal year 1949. Expenditures for economic assistance may be expected to decline in subsequent years with continued progress toward world economic recovery. But any forward estimate of our international expenditures must be highly tentative in view of the present uncertain world situation.  Reconstruction and military aid.-Our aid to European recovery is the major program of economic assistance in which we are now engaged. Begun in April 1948, this program is expected to result in 4.6 billion dollars of expenditures in the present fiscal year, and 4.5 billion   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M15  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND FINANCE  (Fiscal years. In millions] Expenditures 1948  1949  actual  estimated  1950 estimated  1950 net new appropriations  Reconstruction and military aid: Economic Cooperation Act-ERP (existing and proposed legislation) __ --------------------------$154 $4,600 $4,500 $4,300 Other proposed aid legislation._____________________ ____________ ____________ 355 600 Greek-Turkish Aid (acts of 1947 and 1948)__________ 186 285 136 ___________ _ Export-Import Bank loans_________________________ 460 o 146 ___________ _ Treasury loan to the United Kingdom_____________ 1,700 ___________________________________ _ Reconstruction Finance Corporation_______________ 4 -31 -35 ___________ _ Foreign relief: Army (occupied areas) ____________________________ _ 1,000 965 1,265 1,030 Assistance to China (act of 1948) __________________ _ 350 49 Other (mainly under Foreign Aid Act, UNRRA and post-UNRRA)______________________________ 1,027 185 7 -----------Palestinian refugee program (proposed legislation) _____________ _ 16 ------------ -----------Displaced Persons Commission _______________________________ _ 5 2  Foreign relations: Department of State: Present programs ___________ ------------------144 Proposed legislation (mainly war damage claims) ______________________ - - - - - - - - -- - - _- ____ - _________ _  171  17 7 Other.--------------------------------------------5 Philippine war damage and rehabilitation: War damage claims (Philippine War Damage Commission)__________________________________________ 23 171 Rehabilitation program.--------------------------25 51 Interest on deposits (Treasury)_____________________ 2 4 Participation in international organizations: International Refugee Organization________________ 69 73 Other present programs____________________________ 18 53 FAO building loan and ITO (proposed legislation) •• ------------ ___________ _ Total ________________ ----------------------------  4,782  7,219  171  160  1 4  2 1  165 46  165 4  3  3  70 57 2  70 31 8  6,709  1  6,349  1 In addition, this Budget includes 17 million dollars of appropriations recommended to liquidate prior year contract authorizations.  dollars in the fiscal year 1950-nearly 70 percent of our 1950 expenditures for international activities. United States aid to western European countries and the mutual self-help which it has stimulated among them are already resulting in substantial progress toward economic recovery and political stability. The volume of production-both agricultural and industrial-is increasing as the months go by. This momentum must be maintained if the European economy is to become independent of extraordinary outside assistance by the target date of July 1952. To meet this objective, it is also extremely important for this Nation to undertake through such means as an extended and less restrictive reciprocal   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M16  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  trade act, those adjustments in our foreign trade pattern which will help to bring about a higher level and a better balance of world trade. Further authorizing legislation by the Congress will be necessary before the end of the current fiscal year in order to carry the European recovery program forward without interruption. By the end of December, authorizations issued to the European countries for procurement had nearly reached the limit set by the presently available Economic Cooperation Administration funds. The bulk of the commodities involved will be shipped by the end of March. This Budget accordingly anticipates a supplemental appropriation request for 1,250 million dollars for the remainder of the current fiscal year, in addition to the 4.3 billion dollar appropriation requested for the fiscal year 1950. I recommend that, in extending the Economic Cooperation Act, the Congress eliminate the present legal requirement which in effect charges 3 billion dollars of the fiscal year 1949 expenditures for European aid against the fiscal year 1948 surplus. This wholly artificial bookkeeping shift in no way affects the Government's actual financial operations, but it does result in a distorted picture of the Budget surplus or deficit in these 2 years. I have already referred to the prospective North Atlantic arrangements, now under discussion. In addition, we are considering furnishing military supplies to certain countries in furtherance of our national security. As with the European recovery program, military aid will call for a large measure of mutual aid and self-help among the participating countries. Because of present uncertainty as to cost and timing, no amounts are included for this program in the Budget. The scope and magnitude of several of our other current assistance programs cannot be accurately foreseen at this time. These now include aid to Greece, Turkey, China, and Korea. Funds are provided for assistance programs of this character in the Budget under "other proposed aid legislation," with appropriations tentatively estimated at 600 million dollars and expenditures at 355 million dollars for the fiscal year 1950. I shall recommend specific legislation and appropriations to the Congress at a later date. The Export-Import Bank will continue to make loans in fiscal year 1950 for promoting international trade and economic development, particularly in Latin America. Net expenditures of the Bank in the fiscal year 1950 are expected to be relatively low because of rising collections on earlier loans and because our aid to Europe is now financed almost entirely from ECA funds. Mainly because of a large Canadian repayment, the Bank is expected to show no net expenditures in the current fiscal year.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  Foreign reliej.-Our principal foreign relief activities at the present time are those under the Army's program of government and relief in occupied areas-primarily Germany and Japan. Tentative estimates of about 1 billion dollars of appropriations and expenditures for fiscal year 1950 are included in this Budget-a substantial decline from 1949. These estimates include funds to continue the rehabilitation program now under way in Japan. With these additional sums for rehabilitation and with further ECA recovery aid for Germany in the next fiscal year, progress toward economic recovery in the occupied areas should continue, with a resulting further decline in expenditures in subsequent years. Foreign relations.-The principal change contemplated in the program of the Department of State is the planned expansion of information and education activities. Expenditures for Foreign Service buildings are expected to decline, so that total expenditures for foreign relations activities are expected to be about the same in the fiscal year 1950 as in 1949. As part of our general program for improved Federal administration, provision is made for increased flexibility in management for the Secretary of State through the consolidation of appropriations. Amounts are included in this Budget to cover the cost of proposed legislation granting Foreign Service personnel pay raises similar to those given most employees under the Federal Employees Salary Act of 1948. I am requesting legislation authorizing the payment of 17 million dollars in the fiscal year 1949 for payment of war-damage claims of neutral European countries. Philippine aid.-Our assistance to the Philippine Republic in its recovery from war devastation is now at a peak level. Total expenditures for rehabilitation and for payment of war-damage claims are expected to decline slightly in the fiscal year 1950 and to fall much more sharply in the fiscal year 1951. In our veterans' program we are continuing to give compensation to disabled Philippine veterans who fought in our joint efforts against the Japanese. Provision for financing veterans' hospitals and medical services, authorized by recent legislation, are included in the reserve for contingencies, pending the development with the Philippine Republic of detailed plans for carrying out this program. International organizations.-Our contribution to the International Refugee Organization is estimated at 70 million dollars in the fiscal year 1950, approximately the same as in 1949. With the expected  M17   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M18  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  migration of refugees to the United States and other areas, the IRO program should be substantially completed by June 30, 1950. It is my hope that the present Displaced Persons Act will be speedily stripped of its restrictive and discriminatory provisions in order that we may make a contribution to this program more worthy of our best traditions. A tentative estimate of 16 million dollars for the fiscal year 1949 is also included in this Budget for our contribution to the United Nations' program of relief for Arab and other refugees from Palestine. Outlays for our participation in other international organizations, including the United Nations, will continue in the fiscal year 1950 at about the same level as in 1949. A 1949 supplemental appropriation of 65 million dollars is included for the loan for the United Nations' headquarters construction. Tentative estimates are included in 1950 for a loan to the Food and Agriculture Organization for construction of a headquarters building, and for our contribution to the International Trade Organization. NATIONAL DEFENSE  In my Budget Message for the fiscal year 1949 I indicated that in spite of the reduction of our armed services to a small fraction of their wartime strength, national defense still remained the largest single Government program. I further indicated that the funds recommended, about 11 billion dollars, provided for only the minimum national defense requirements. Before the Congress could complete action on that Budget, the uncertainty of world conditions made it necessary to consider steps to develop additional military strength which would give evidence of continuing firmness in world affairs. Therefore, in an address to the Congress on March 17, 1948, I recommended the prompt enactment of universal training legislation and the temporary enactment of selective service legislation. Shortly thereafter, I recommended additional authorizations for national defense, bringing my total recommendations for fiscal year 1949 to more than 14.7 billion dollars. Since then I have given continued study to our national security requirements for the present and the future. For the time being it is essential to continue the selective service process. However, this is not the solution to the Nation's long-range military manpower and training problem. Permanent legislation providing for universal training is essential if we are to achieve an acceptable degree of national security. My Budget recommendations for national defense in the fiscal year 1950 are based on a plan for a national defense position of relative mili-   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  tary readiness, coupled with a higher degree of mobilization preparedness. This type of military planning will permit us continuously to revise our tactics and develop our weapons to meet modern conditions, but is clearly consistent with our traditional concept of military strength for purposes of defense. In arriving at my recommendations, I have had the benefit of the considered advice of civilian and military leaders best qualified to evaluate the international, strategic, and economic aspects of our national defense requirements. I believe that these recommendations reflect a proper relationship between our security requirements and our economic and financial resources, and envision an Army, Navy, and Air Force in a condition of relative readiness, all functioning as an integrated team. Moreover, I am convinced that we should plan our military structure at this time so as to insure a balanced military program in the foreseeable future at approximately the level recommended in this Budget. At the same time we must recognize that preparations for defense must be flexible, and not rigid. They must reflect changes in the international situation, changes in technology and in the economic situation. We must be in a position to alter our military programs as circumstances change. The National Security Act of 1947 established an organizational framework better than we have ever had before and provided for a more flexible control and adjustment of our military program. The establishment of a Weapons Evaluation Board under the Secretary of Defense is an example of the type of development we are continuously making to achieve the best possible assignment of weapons and tasks among the military services. However, we have had enough experience under that act to recognize that further improvements need to be made which cannot be accomplished under existing law. Therefore, I expect to recommend certain changes in the National Security Act which will help to assure readjustments of our defense program as a whole and in all its parts as security requirements change. The recommendations for the National Military Establishment for the fiscal year 1950 mark a beginning toward a national defense program in which our air, naval, and land forces plan and operate as a team under a unified strategic concept. The 1950 program gives priority to air power and to strengthenijng the civilian reserve components, and continues to emphasize research and development and industrial mobilization. The Budget provides for maintaining the necessary occupation forces in the former enemy areas for which satisfactory international settlements have not yet been worked out. The Budget  M19   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M20  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  also provides substantial amounts to continue the materiel improvement programs for which large authorizations were enacted under the augmented fiscal year 1949 Budget. Continuing expenditures will be necessary for an orderly replacement program in future years as existing inventories are used up and as materiel wears out or becomes obsolete. NATIONAL DEFENSE  (Fiscal years. In ml!Jions) Expenditures  1950  Program or agency 1948  actual National Military Establishment (exclud· Ing payments under Armed Forces Leave Act): Pay and maintenance of mllltary per• sonnel: Pay and allowances of regular personneL _________________________ _ Pay of retired personneL _________ _ Subsistence, travel, and other ____ _ Civilian components _________________ _ Research and development ___________ _ Aircraft and rdated procurement _____ _ Naval ship constrnctlon ______________ _ Mllltary public works construction.... All other _____________________________ _  $3,555 148 1,192 350  534 791 271 395 3,316  1949  Other authorizations  $3,434 168 1,407 590 557 1,157 309 286  $3,601 192 1,359 760 505 1,718 406 302 3,908  $3,596 191 1,488 795  ----------------------------------  534  ------------  385  645  185  13,136  11,994  12,244  000  800  ------------  525  314  211  3,422  Subtotal, National Military Establishment ________________________ _ 10,552 11,330 Activities supporting defense: Universal training ____________________________________________ _ Stockpiling of strategic and critical materials (Treasury)________________ 99 350 Payments under Armed Forces Leave Act ______________ -----------------·-269 14 Reconstruction Finance Corporation___ -66 -42 Other_________________________________ 70 93 10,924  Net new approprlations  estimated  Tentative estimate for proposed legislation_ •• _. ____ ---·_________________ _______________________ _  Total ________________ • _____ • ___ ._. __ _  1950  estimated  11,745  1 -39 45 14,268  330 5 93 4,317  -----------$1,992 147  20  ------------  36 -----------I 13,144  I  2,455  1 In addition, the Budget includes 2,061 mlllion dollars of appropriations recommended to liquidate prior contract authorizations and 75 million dollars to cover other prior year obligations. • In addition, 279 mllllon dollars is being made immediately available in the fiscal year 1949 to cover increased cost of completing authorized naval ship construction program.  Expenditures by the N at.ional Military Establishment for defense purposes in the fiscal year 1950 are expected to amount to somewhat over 13.1 billion dollars, including a tentative estimate of 385 million dollars for programs for which new authorizing legislation will later be requested. The stockpiling of strategic materials and other activ-   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  ities supporting defense are expected to require additional expenditures of about 530 million dollars. Furthermore, a tentative estimate of 600 million dollars has been added for the first year cost of universal training. (When in full operation this program may require expenditures of 2 billion dollars annually.) In total, the national defense budget I am recommending will require estimated expenditures of slightly less than 14.3 billion dollars in the fiscal year 1950, an increase of 2.5 billion dollars over the 1949 level. Somewhat higher expenditures are likely in subsequent years. Net new appropriations and other authorizations specifically recommended in this Budget for the National Military Establishment in the fiscal year 1950 are 13.7 billion dollars. This total, however, includes an upward adjustment of 279 million dollars for increased cost of the naval ship construction programs authorized in 1949 and prior years. In addition, 830 million dollars is provided as a tentative estimate for additional public works, for military pay adjustments, and for other special programs, dependent upon the passage of necessary enabling legislation. In all, 14.5 billion dollars of new obligational authority is provided for the National Military Establishment for use in the fiscal year 1950, an increase of 700 million dollars over amounts enacted for the fiscal year 1949. Of the 13.7 billion dollars of specific recommendations for new obligational authority for the National Military Establishment, 11 million dollars is requested for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, 4.6 billion dollars for the Air Force, 4.5 billion dollars for the Army, and 4.6 billion dollars for the Navy, counting the upward adjustment for ship construction costs mentioned above. In addition to the new obligational authority for the National Military Establishment, this Budget includes 525 million dollars of new authority for procurement of critical and strategic materials, 36 million dollars for other defense-supporting activities, and a tentative appropriation estimate of 800 million dollars for the inauguration of universal training. In all, new obligational authority for national defense programs of nearly 15.9 billion dollars is included in this Budget. This compares with 14.7 billion dollars for the fiscal year 1949, including 2.9 billion dollars made available in 1948, and also including tentative supplemental authorizations of 341 million dollars chiefly for stockpiling. Of the 15.9 billion dollars, 13.2 billion doJlars is requested in the form of appropriations and 2.7 billion dollars in contract authorizations. In addition, appropriations of 2.1 billion dollars are requested to liquidate prior year contract authorizations.  M21   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M22  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  Military strength-Summary.-The requirements of the various services have been determined, not separately, but in relation to our total security position and the degree of military readiness which is planned. The basic concept upon which my recommendations are based is that this Nation's military security should rest on a nucleus of highly trained and mobile forces-Army, Navy, and Air-backed by ready reserves of trained men, stand-by equipment and productive facilities, and an integrated mobilization plan which relates our national security requirements to the tremendous productive capacity of American industry. Taken as a whole, the amounts recommended in this Budget will permit the maintenance and operation in the fiscal year 1950 of the augmented defense forces now reached under the increased 1949 Budget program. MILITARY STRENGTH  [In thousands] l Regulars and Reserves on full-time active duty Apr.1, 1948  Dec.1, 1948 (est.)  Reserves in regular training status  1950 average (est.)  Dec.1, 1948 (est.)  1950 average (est.)  Dec.1, 1948 (est.) 400 650 900  400 650 1,050  1,950  2,100  --------Air Force ______________________ Army···········-·····--------Navy and Marine Corps _______ Total._··--····-- -- -- --- -  368 538 488  411 662  412 677  58 375  531  5Zl  222  113 555 281  1,394  1,604  1,616  655  949  ------  Other Reserves 1950 average (est.)  NOTE.-The recommended strengths for all the 11en·ices include 18-year-old !•year enlistees and other personnel in training but exclude cadets and midshipmen at the Military and Naval Academies.  Under this Budget, the Air Force in fiscal year 1950 will continue at about the present strength of 412,000 officers and men on active duty. It is contemplated that the Air Force will be organized with a minimum of about 48 combat groups and 10 squadrons, together with 27 groups of the Air National Guard. Within the limit of the funds provided, it is possible that adjustments in unit structure or strategic planning may at any time require changes in the number of. active groups. At the end of fiscal year 1950, the Air Force program contemplates an active inventory of 9,200 aircraft of all types from trainers to heavy bombers. Increased funds in the Budget will permit the build-up of supporting forces in the Air National Guard to an average of 45,000 personnel and in the Air Force Reserve to 68,000 personnel in regular training status. Personnel in the Army will be continued at 677,000 officers and men in order to maintain 10 divisions at increased strengths, together with   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  59 battalions. The active Army will be backed by the National Guard with an average strength of 325,000 personnel, an Organized Reserve of 230,000 in regular training status, as well as by other reserve personnel and equipment. Continuing responsibilities in the occupation of Germany, Austria, and Japan and in manning outlying bases will engage about 40 percent of the Army strength overseas in fiscal year 1950. In the naval and marine forces a strength of 527,000 officers and men throughout the fiscal year 1950 is provided. The size of the active naval fleet is planned to be 731 ships, including 288 combatant ships. Its composition will be changed somewhat from the present fleet to accord with assigned functions and presently foreseen defense requirements. The active inventory of regular Navy and Marine Corps aircraft is expected to be 7,450 in the fiscal year 1950. Under the reserve programs of the Navy and Marine Corps, 281,000 officers and men will be trained in 1950. Stand-by ships and materiel to augment the active Navy will remain available if needed. Although present recruiting rates indicate that only small inductions, if any, will be necessary under Selective Service, it is essential that such authority remain available in the event that voluntary enlistments drop. Moreover, it must be recognized that the existence of the Selective Service Act has in itself been a contributing factor to the current results of the recruiting programs of the services.  Pay and maintenance of military personnel.-The pay and maintenance for the average of 1,616,000 officers and men on active duty in the fiscal year 1950 will require estimated expenditures of 5 billion dollars, 38 percent of all defense expenditures by the National Military Establishment. Expenditures for pay, allowances, subsistence, travel, welfare, training, clothing, and medical care will average about 3,100 dollars per man in the fiscal year 1950. The increases in rates of military pay and allowances in 1942 and 1946 did not provide a balanced pay structure for the military services. A general overhauling of the military pay, allowance, and benefit structure is overdue. Since it is desirable for remuneration of military personnel to be in line with salaries of Federal civilian employees and other comparable groups, a tentative amount for this adjustment has been included in the Budget, pending later legislative recommendations. Civilian components.-Our concept of national defense places important reliance upon the readiness of citizen-soldiers. This Budget provides for larger and better-trained reserves for the Air Force, Army,  M23   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M24  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  and Navy. Expenditures for civilian components in the fiscal year 1950, exclusive of amounts for construction of facilities, are estimated at 760 million dollars, 30 percent above outlays in the present year and more than twice the amount spent last year. These expenditures cover drill and training pay and maintenance of reservists, operating expenses, and procurement of equipment over and above amounts transferred from wartime stocks. The Budget recommendations of 795 million dollars of obligational authority for the fiscal year 1950 contemplate expansion of the reserve programs in 1950 and in later years toward the objectives outlined in my recent Executive order. Such expansion is planned at as rapid a rate as is consistent with sound organization, economical operation, and effective integration with the regular forces. The funds recommended for 1950 will permit an average of 949,000 officers and men in regular training status in air, naval, and ground units, as compared to 655,000 now participating.  Research and development.-Scientific and technical advances are vital to a dynamic national defense program. To develop improved weapons and equipment and add to our basic knowledge, new appropriations of 534 million dollars are recommended for direct costs of research and development for the fiscal year 1950. This amount does not include substantial outlays for indirect costs such as the pay and maintenance of military personnel engaged in research and development activities, and the construction and maintenance of facilities. Direct expenditures for research and development in the fiscal year 1950 are estimated at 505 million dollars. This is somewhat below the estimate for the fiscal year 1949, when payments for programs initiated at the end of the war will be completed. About one-half of the expenditures for research and development will be for aeronautical research and development. Aircraft and related procurement.-For the fiscal year 1949, 2.8 billion dollars of new obligational authority was provided for aircraft and related procurement, of which 2.0 billion dollars for the Air Force was made available for obligation until the end of 1950 and included some amounts for nonrecurring expenses. It is estimated that 3.2 billion dollars in unexpended authorizations from 1949 and prior years will be carried forward to the fiscal year 1950. New obligational authority of 2.3 billion dollars is recommended for the fiscal year 1950 to permit contracts for approximately 34 million airframe pounds. This will make a total of 5.5 billion   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  dollars in aircraft and related equipment to be delivered and paid for in 1950 and subsequent years. Expenditures for aircraft and related procurement in the fiscal year 1950 are estimated at 1.7 billion dollars, about 500 million dollars more than in the present year. Deliveries of 37 million airframe pounds are now scheduled for fiscal year 1950 and are expected to be slightly higher in fiscal year 1951. Aircraft from wartime reserves will continue to meet a part of the replacement requirements in fiscal year 1950. In subsequent years, when these reserves are depleted, an increase in aircraft procurement may be required if the strength and structure of the Air Force and naval aviation are to be maintained at the level and replacement rates contemplated in this Budget.  Naval ship construction.-Expenditures for naval ship construction in fiscal year 1950 are estimated to be 406 million dollars, an increase of about 100 million dollars over the estimate for 1949. Including the construction in fiscal year 1949, more than 1 billion dollars of naval ship construction, under present authorizations, will remain to be completed in fiscal year 1950 and later years. I am including in the Budget 279 million dollars to cover increased costs of completing the present construction program, with some readjustment in types of ships to be built. In addition, I am requpsting 52 million dollars of new authorizations for certain ships which will be substituted for some of those previously authorized. Military public works construction.-Expenditures for military public works construction by the Air Force, Army, and Navy in the fiscal year 1950, under existing legislation, are estimated at about the current level of 300 million dollars. This construction is largely for research and development facilities and badly needed housing for troops and dependents, both in the United States and overseas. This Budget recommends new obligational authority for the fiscal year 1950 of 113 million dollars for projects for which legislative authorization exists. There are, however, additional requirements for family housing, for research and development facilities, and for other military construction which are not yet authorized. A tentative estimate for these additional military public works is included in the .Budget, pending the enactment of authorizing legislation. All other military expenditures.-The remaining expenditures of the National Military Establishment in fiscal year 1950, are estimated at  M25   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M26  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  3.9 billion dollars compared with 3.4 billion dollars in 1949. These expenditures cover the procurement of other materiel (in addition to aircraft and ships), supplies, and services. The largest part of these expenditures will be for civilian workers engaged in production, maintenance, and administrative activities, both overseas and in the United States. Of all Federal civilian employees, approximately 865,000, or about 40 percent, will be employed in defense activities by the National Military Establishment. Expenditures for procurement of equipment (exclusive of aircraft and ships), particularly for the Army, will increase in the fiscal year 1950 as deliveries on 1949 contracts are made, even though new obligations for this purpose in 1950 will be lower. Expenses of maintaining and operating facilities and equipment including aircraft will also increase over the 1949 level, largely in the Army and Air Force. Increased emphasis has been given to industrial mobilization preparedness in the Budget for the·National Military Establishment with the recommendation of appropriations of approximately 129 million dollars for fiscal year 1950 as contrasted with 57 million dollars provided for 1949. In addition to making provisions for the continued maintenance of tools and industrial plants held in stand-by status, the programs for industrial mobilization planning with industry and within the military establishments are being increased. Added emphasis is being given to coordinating the cataloging of supply items among the military services, and a greater integration of current procurement with industrial mobilization plans.  Stockpiling and other defense activities.-The aim of the stockpiling program is to provide a basic reserve of materials in which accessible resources are deficient, thereby permitting a rapid and sustained economic mobilization in the event of emergency. Stockpile procurement continues to be hampered by materials shortages and rising prices, since it must meet the competition of current industrial consumption, including that for military purposes. However, the concentration of procurement on the more urgently required materials should permit us to make substantial progress toward our goal of a reasonably adequate stockpile with minimum effect on current consumption. Toward the stockpile goal, this Budget recommends 525 million dollars of new obligational authority for the fiscal year 1950 and supplemental authorizations of 310 million dollars for the present fiscal year. Of these amounts 211 million dollars for 1950 and 270 million dollars for 1949 are in contract authorizations to be used primarily for developmental contracts. A total of 800 million dollars in obliga-  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  tional authority has already been enacted in the last 3 years. I.n addition, by the end of fiscal year 1950, materials valued at about 700 million dollars will have been transferred to the stockpile from war surplus inventories and from Economic Cooperation Administration operations. Of the total stockpile objective of 3.7 billion dollars, materials and authorizations amounting to 2.3 billion dollars will have been provided. Deliveries and expenditures, of course, will lag behind authorizations. Expenditures in the fiscal year 1950 are estimated at 525 million dollars, an increase of 17 5 million dollars in outlays over the current year. By the end of the fiscal year 1950, materials valued at about 1.6 billion dollars are expected to be on hand. The stockpile represents an addition to the supplies obtainable in an emergency from domestic production and imports from protected sources. The recommended authorizations will permit the stockpile to be built up to the point at which, with the aid of prompt and effective allocations, a comparatively high degree of protection will be afforded to our economy in the event of emergency. Expenditures for all other defense programs, including expenses of the Selective Service System, maintenance of reserve industrial plants by the Federal Works Agency, and by other agencies, are estimated at 46 million dollars in the fiscal year 1950. On the other hand, net receipts of 39 million dollars are estimated in the Reconstruction Finance Corporation defense program. VETERANS' SERVICES AND BENEFITS  As a nation we have sought to give our veterans opportunities to work, to earn, and to recapture the normal pattern of their lives. In addition to our general programs for full employment, increased health services, improved housing and greater security for all, we have provided an extensive program of special benefits and services to veterans and their dependents. The extent and scope of constructive measures to assist veterans of our earlier wars to return to useful civilian life were limited. Too often prior to World War I our country belatedly attempted to discharge its obligation to veterans merely by bestowing upon them pensions and gratuities. In contrast, servicemen of World Wars I and II have received more timely and better treatment both in the service and out. Improved medical and hospital care, insurance benefits, vocational rehabilitation, compensation, and other benefits have been provided to disabled servicemen or to the dependents of the deceased. Servicemen of World War I received adjusted compensation, while World War II veterans are receiving readjustment benefits to  800000--49-IV   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M27   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M28  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  assist them in obtaining education, training, jobs, businesses, and homes. At the present time our expenditures for veterans' programs are declining as readjustment benefits for World War II servicemen fall off. However, the long-run trend of compensation and pension costs and of hospital and medical care is gradually upward. This means that over-all expenditures under present legislation will remain high even after the completion of the temporary programs under the Servicemen's Readjustment Act. The program of veterans' services and benefits should reflect the fundamental fact that our primary long-run obligation is to dependents of veterans deceased from service causes and to veterans disabled in the service. In the fulfillment of these obligations we have two basic purposes. The first is to alleviate financial hardship to dependents of veterans deceased from service causes. The second is to help veterans surmount the physical and economic handicaps of their service disabilities. At the same time, we should preserve and stress our basic objective of assisting the recipients of these benefits to be as nearly as possible self-reliant and self-sustaining members of our society. The necessity for new or extended benefits for veterans without service disabilities should be judged, not solely from the standpoint of service in our armed forces, but in the light of existing social welfare programs available to all, veterans and nonveterans alike. In recent years social security protection, including unemployment and old-age and survivors insurance and old-age assistance, has been made available to a large percentage of our general population. Prior to World War I the lack of such general benefits was, of course, one of the main reasons for the enactment of special benefits to veterans. At the present time we seek to broaden and extend these social security programs and to enact a comprehensive national health and disability insurance program for all our people, including veterans, who with their immediate families will soon constitute 40 percent of the population. Total expenditures for veterans' benefits and services are expected to be 5.5 billion dollars in the fiscal year 1950, about 1.3 billion dollars below estimates for the current fiscal year. This drop reflects the virtual completion of unemployment and self-employment allowances, an expected sharp decline in educational training programs, and the inclusion in the fiscal year 1949 of a nonrecurrent payment to insurance trust funds. Even at the expected lower level, expenditures for veterans' programs will still comprise more than one-eighth of the total Budget.  Readjustment benejits.-The readjustment program has provided valuable educational and other opportunities to veterans of World   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M29  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  VETERANS' SERVICES AND BENEFITS  (Excluding tru8t accounts) [Fiscal years. In millions] Expenditures  1950  net new appropria-  Program or agency 1948  actual  1949  195(1  tions  estimated  estimated  $2,497 677 64 75 2,080 151  $2,481  $1,993 78 48  17 36 .53  56 127 3  81 179  All other agencies_-----------------------------  .536 377 4  697 345 2  574 287 2  567 282 2  Total. __ -------------------------------------  6,567  6,799  5,496  5,701  Readjustment benefits (Veterans Administration): Education and training_--------------------------Unemployment and self-employment allowances ___ Loan guarantees ___ -------------------------------Otber ______________________________________________ Pensions (Veterans Administration) ____________________ Insurance (Veterans Administration) __________________ Hospitals, other services, and administrative costs: Construction: Veterans Administration _______________________ Corps of Engineers (Army, civil functions) ____ Federal Works Agency ________ ----·--···-------Current expenses: Veterans Administration: Hospital and medical care __________________ Other activities ____________________________  424 48 88 2,140 488  $2,552  80 2,111 62  2,221  77  }-----------  War II. It is. estimated that by the end of the fiscal year 1950, 6,000,000 veterans will have used education and training benefits, more than 9,000,000 will have received unemployment and selfemployment allowances, and nearly 2,000,000 will have obtained loan guarantees for homes and businesses. By the end of the fiscal year 1950 total outlays under the Servicemen's Readjustment Act since 1945 will have exceeded 13 billion dollars. Enrollment in school, job, and farm training courses is estimated to decline to 1,575,000 in 1950 from this year's average enrollment of 2,000,000. In 1950 more than two-thirds of the participants in this program will be in on-the-job, on-farm, and below-college-level training, while less than one-third will be in colleges and universities. Total expenditures, estimated at approximately 2 billion dollars in the fiscal year 1950, reflect the increased rates of subsistence allowances enacted in the last session of the Congress. I am recommending reenactment in its present form of the provision of the 1949 appropriation act prohibiting the use of funds for avocational and recreational training. This constructive action on the part of Congress in eliminating expenditures for courses which are inconsistent with the basic purpose of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act is expected to save more than 50 million dollars this year.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M30  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  Under present law only a small number of veterans will be eligible for unemployment and self-employment benefits after July 25, 1949. The average number of claimants to be paid in these two programs during the fiscal year 1950 is estimated at 74,000 as compared to about 400,000 in the fiscal year 1949. Expenditures decline correspondingly to 78 million dollars. By the end of the fiscal year 1950, aggregate outlays for veterans' unemployment and self-employment benefits, since 1945, will have exceeded 3.5 billion dollars. Under the loan-guarantee title of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act, veterans obtained loans amounting to 7.4 billion dollars up to June 30, 1948, more than nine-tenths for homes, and the rest for farms and businesses. About 45 percent of this total is guaranteed or insured by the Government. Recent experience has shown a decline in the number of loans guaranteed. The estimates assume 322,000 loans in the fiscal year 1949 and 293,000 in 1950.  Pensions.-It is estimated that an average of 2,968,000 individuals and families will receive compensation and pension payments in the fiscal year 1950, an increase of 52,000 over the number for the present year. About one-fourth of these payments involve non-serviceconnected death or disability. The 1950 expenditure estimate of 2.1 billion dollars for pensions includes 1.4 billion dollars in compensation for service-connected cases, and 500 million dollars in pensions for non-service-connected cases. It also includes 180 million dollars for subsistence allowances to service-disabled veterans in training, a decline of 70 million dollars from the present year. These expenditures reflect the increased rates of compensation enacted by the last Congress for dependents of veterans deceased or disabled from service causes. Insurance.-The Government contributes to the veterans' life insurance funds for war hazard claims. Budget expenditures for veterans' insurance, largely for such contributions, are estimated at 62 million dollars in fiscal year 1950. A tentative estimate of 413 million dollars is included for an additional contribution to the national service life insurance fund in the fiscal year 1949. This large nonrecurring item in the present year results from a re-evaluation of the Government's liability for war risk claims. Hospital and, domiciliary construction.-The construction program under which the Veterans Administration has been proceeding was planned and authorized during and immediately after the war. Now that we have the benefit of a period of postwar experience, I have reviewed the veterans' hospital and domiciliary construction program   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  and find that to continue with the construction of the full number of 90 authorized hospitals will result in a serious overbuilding, in terms of beds needed to meet foreseeable requirements. A reduction in the program will still make it possible to provide for all service-connected patients in every geographical area and will provide an even more liberal allowance of beds for non-service-connected patients than at present. I have therefore directed that the program which I had previously authorized be curtailed by approximately 16,000 beds and asked the Administrator of Veterans Affairs to recommend specific adjustments in the program. I have approved his recommendations for the cancellation of 24 hospital projects, and the reduction in planned capacity of 14 additional hospitals. This will result in a reduction of 271) million dollars in the total of 1.2 billion dollars of construction previously authorized, and will reduce expenditures in the fiscal year 1950 by 115 million dollars. However, hospitals scheduled for completion will cost 42 million dollars more than originally estimated. Therefore, a net rescission of 237 million dollars in contract authorizations is recommended. Under this revised program, expenditures in the fiscal year 1950 for construction of hospital and domiciliary facilities are estimated at 260 million dollars, an increase of 77 million dollars over the fiscal year 1949, due to the progress of construction already under way.  Hospital and other services and administration.-Current expenses for hospital and medical care are estimated at 574 million dollars in the fiscal year 1950, 23 million dollars less than the peak expenditure in 1949. This decline reflects largely a downturn in the out-patient medical care program and increased use of excess supplies now in stock. Expenses of the in-patient care program will increase. The 1950 estimates provide for an average daily patient load of about 140,000, an increase of 4;ooo over the current year. Other current expenses, which are chiefly the costs of administering the nonmedical benefit programs of the Veterans Administration, continue to decline in line with work loads. Trust accounts.-Veterans of the two World Wars hold 7,500,000 active policies under the Government life and national service life insurance programs. Premiums and earnings, supplemented by Government contributions to cover claims involving war risks, have built up substantial accumulations in these trust funds. Assets of the national service life insurance fund will reach an estimated 7.7 billion dollars in the c1,1rrent fiscal year. The Government  M31   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M32  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  contributions anticipated for the fiscal years 1949 and 1950 will bring total Government contributions to the national service life insurance fund to over 4 billion dollars. VETERANS' LIFE INSURANCE FUNDS  (Trust accounts) [Fiscal years. In millions] Item  1948  1115()  1949  actual  estimated  estimated  Receipts: Transfers from general and special accounts ______________ _ Premiums, interest, and other----------------------------  $145 677  $482 712  $56 745  TotaL _______________________________ -_-____ --_---. - _. -Expenditures for benefits, refunds, and other (deduct) _______ _  822 377  1,194 381  801 2,421  Net accumulation _____ ·-·-·-·-······-·······- __________ _  445  813  -1,620  An initial dividend estimated at about 2 billion dollars is scheduled for payment during the fiscal year 1950 to all servicemen who hold or have held national service life insurance. The Veterans Administration is now reviewing insurance records to determine the status of the fund, after which the amount of the dividend and the method of payment can be decided. SOCIAL WELFARE, HEALTH, AND SECURITY  In the last 15 years the Federal Government has established a basic pattern of activities in the field of social welfare, health, and security. The national system of old-age and survivors insurance, the system of regular grants to States for public assistance payments to the needy aged and blind and to dependent children, the Federal-State system of unemployment insurance, and several grant programs for the promotion of public health and of children's welfare were established by the Social Security Act of 1935. More recent laws established th~ railroad retirement system and grants to States for the school lunch, hospital construction, and mental health programs. Also included in the Government's social welfare, health, and security programs are the older system of grants to States for vocational rehabilitation, and those Federal services directed toward the prevention of crime and the apprehension and detention of criminals. Under the Social Security Act, the national policy contemplated that old-age and survivors insurance would be the primary Government measure affording economic protection to the needy aged and dependent children, and that unemployment compensation would   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  provide temporary assistance to the unemployed. Other types of social insurance were to be added later to provide more adequate protection against major economic hazards of our society. Public assistance was designed as a backstop, a second line of defense, eventually to be replaced in large measure by social insurance benefits. We have not made progress toward this objective in the last decade. Individual benefit payments under public assistance now are substantially higher than under old-age and survivors insurance. They are more adequate, in many cases, than under unemployment insurance. Three principal steps should be taken now to strengthen and complete the system of social insurance, and thereby to make our governmental programs consistent with the basic national policy in this field. First, old-age and survivors insurance should be extended to nearly all the 25 million gainfully employed persons not now covered; the scale of benefits should be sharply raised; benefits should be provided for W0¥1-en at an earlier age; and higher part-time earnings should be permitted. (In addition, coverage under the unemployment compensation system should be extended and benefits made more adequate, as indicated in the "Labor" section of this Message.) Second, disability insurance should be provided to protect against loss of earnings during illness or other temporary disability, and to assure continuing annuities to workers who become permanently disabled and therefore unable to earn a livelihood. Third, a comprehensive national health program should be established, centering in a national system of medical care insurance, accompanied by improved services and facilities for public health and medical care. These recommendations have had extended public discussion. Action is long overdue. I am confident that the Congress will enact promptly the legislation needed to achieve an integrated, comprehensive system of social insurance. In addition, I. repeat my recommendation that the Congress give departmental status to the Federal Security Agency. The needed legislation includes not only measures to establish administrative procedures and authorize benefit payments, but also provisions for financing them. At present, workers and employers each contribute to the old-age and survivors insurance fund at a rate of 1 percent of the covered pay roll. Under present law, this rate will advance on January 1, 1950, to l½ percent each for employers and workers. The tax applies only to the first 3,000 dollars of earnings of each employee in any year, and earnings in excess of that amount are not counted in calculating the retirement benefits. My   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M34  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  recommendations contemplate raismg the tax rate on presently covered employment on July 1, 1949, the date when increased benefits should be made available. In addition, I propose that we raise the ceiling on taxable earnings, as well as extend the pay-roll tax to workers and employers not now covered. The addition of insurance coverage for medical care and disability benefits will also require some additions to the pay-roll tax rates in order that the whole social insurance system will continue to be substantially self-supporting. The financial impact of these recommendations is mainly in the trust accounts. For the fiscal year 1950, benefit payments and administrative expenses from the major trust accounts in the field of social welfare (other than unemployment insurance) are estimated at 1.3 billion dollars under existing laws. Under the legislation which I recommend, these payments would be doubled. Apart from this new legislation, they would rise by more than i 00 million dollars above the total for the current fiscal year. The total of Budget expenditures for social welfare, health, and security also is expected to rise in the fiscal year 1950, to nearly 2,358 million dollars, exclusive of expenditures from trust accounts. The increase over the fiscal year 1949 is 394 million dollars, of which 147 million dollars is in transfers to the railroad retirement trust account and 86 million dollars is ·for increased grants to the States for public assistance under present Federal law. Most of the remainder of the increase is divided between present programs for the promotion of public health and proposed new legislation for medical care insurance and public assistance. Excluding trust-account transactions, new appropriations requested for social welfare, health, and security for the fiscal year 1950 are esti;. mated at 2,271 million dollars. In addition, 92 million dollars of new contract authority will be needed, making a total of 2,363 million dollars of new obligational authority for these programs. This does not include 40 million dollars of appropriations necessary to liquidate contract authority made available in prior years, mainly for hospital construction grants. Of the new appropriations in Budget accounts, 84 million dollars is for proposed legislation. All the rest is for programs under present laws.  Public assistance to the aged and other special groups.-The public assistance programs of the Federal Government are all carried on in cooperation with the States, and the expenditures are almost entirely in the form of grants to State governments. By far the largest amounts are for assistance to the aged, the blind, and dependent children, for which Federal Government expendi--   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M35  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  SOCIAL WELFARE, HEALTH, AND SECURITY  (Excluding trust accounts) (Fiscal years. In millions] 1950  Expenditures Program or 11,gency  1948 11,ctual  1949 estimated  Assistance to the aged and other speci11,l groups: Federal Security Agency: Public assistance: $733 $977 Present law-···-·-·-·-·-····-· Proposed legislation .•...............................•. VoCBtional rehabilitation and other programs.................. Zl 23 School lunch (Department of Agricul• ture).. .......••...................•. 68 75 Retirement and dependents' Insurance: Railroad Retirement Board........... 763 569 Federal Security Agency and other.... 3 5 Promotion of public health: Federal Security Agency: 135 177 Present programs.................. MediCBl care Insurance system (proposed legislation) •..••••••••.•.•••••.•.•. ···--------· Federal Works Agency and other...... 11 21 Crime control and correction (Department 84 90 of Justice and other)..................... Other programs: Present programs (Federa I Security 28 26 Agency and other)................... Federal Security Agency, change In employees' accident compensation rates (proposed legislation) .•......... ---··-······ ...•.•••.... Total........•........•..•••..•.. ··  1,853  1,963  1950 estimated  Net new Other appropria- authoriza• tions tions  $1,064  $1,059  65  65  23  23 ···---·-----  75  75 ··-····--··-  716  716 ···········-  9  9  234  174  $91  15 35  15 ··-··--·----  91  92  27  26 ·········-··  4  4 ··-·········  2,358  12  I  2, '1:11  92  1 In addition, this Budget includes 40 million dollars of appropriations recommended to liquidate prior year contract authorizations. NoTE.-The Federal-State system of unemployment compensation and the Federal system of railroad unemployment insurance, formerly included In this category, are now reclassified under Labor.  tu.res under present laws are estimated at 1,064 million dollars in the fiscal year 1950. Each State determines its own scale of benefits to individuals in these public assistance categories, and the Federal Government reimburses the States for from 50 to 75 percent of the payments in each case, up to maximum individual benefit rates specified in the Federal law. The level of these matching payments was raised by action of the last Congress. Because of this grant arrangement, the amount of Federal expenditure for public assistance in any one year is not directly subject to Federal budgetary control, but is determined by the action of the several States in fixing benefit rates and approving individual claims   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M36  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  for assistance. The total amount of Federal expenditures has steadily increased as the rising cost of living has compelled the States to give more assistance and the number of needy aged persons in our population has continued to rise. This increase in public assistance expenditures would be slower, and should ultimately be reversed, if other contributory insurances are made adequate to carry most of the load. The Budget includes 65 million dollars as the tentative estimate of first-year expenditure under proposed legislation to improve the present public assistance system and to help cover State relief payments to persons not now eligible for assistance from Federal grants.  Railroad retirement insurance.-The expected rise in transfers to the railroad retirement trust account, from 565 million dollars in this fiscal year to 716 million dollars in 1950, reflects mainly a statutory increase in the tax rate, which has just become effective, and the continued rise in railroad pay rolls. The estimates for 1950 assume favorable legislative action on several proposed changes in the timing of transfers from Budget accounts to the trust accounts. These relate to Federal Government payments for military service credits, administrative expense appropriations, and the transfer of the special railroad taxes to trust accounts. The changes would not affect the benefit rights of any individual or the tax liabilities of any employer. Good budgeting requires that the law be revised so that payments by the Federal Government to the railroad retirement trust fund on account of military service credits allowed to railroad employees may be made annually in the years ahead on the basis of the actuarial value of claims actually approved as workers retire. As the law now stands, these payments are to be made in advance, without adequate relationship to eventual requirements for actual benefits. We have already advanced 160 million dollars to the trust fund to cover such future claims. Unless the law is amended, a further transfer of about the same amount may be required in the fiscal year 1950, and this would have to be added to the total of Budget expenditures. Good budgeting requires also that the railroad retirement tax be transferred to the trust fund as it is collected, rather than on the basis of annual specific appropriations in advance of collections, as is the present practice. The estimates assume that an annual indefinite appropriation will be substituted, and also that the administrative expense appropriations will be consolidated and financed directly from the trust account. Public health.-Federal expenditures for public health purposes comprise substantial grants to State and local governments to help   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  them combat disease and to meet part of the cost of new hospitals, as well as expenditures for direct Federal operations. For the fiscal year 1950, I am recommending appropriations sufficient to double the general health grants to States, raising them to 22 million dollars, in order that the States in turn may extend and strengthen local health services. These stronger health services are an essential part of our national health prqgram. I recommend that the present statutory limitation on the amount of such general health grants to States be removed from the Public Health Service Act, so as to authorize in later years the provision of larger amounts for the further improvement and expansion of local public health services. It is clearly more desirable to follow this course than to add new and separate grant programs or to continue to expand existing specialized health programs. The estimates for 1950 provide for continuing at about the 1949 level the grants to States for specialized health programs, such as venereal disease and tuberculosis. Provision is made for new grants under the National Heart Act of 1948 and for grants for initial surveys under the Water Pollution Control Act of 1948. The Federal-aid hospital construction program will require additional contract authority to maintain the current limited volume of new hospital building. I have included in Budget accounts for the fiscal year 1950 a tentative estimate of 15 million dollars for initial expenditures for inaugurating the system of medical care insurance. New facilities for medical and related research to be carried on directly by the Public Health Service are in process of construction. As these are completed and staffed, we shall achieve a substantial expansion of specialized types of research which will contribute significantly to the health and longevity of our people.  Crime control and correction.-The work load of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is expected to continue at a high level in the fiscal year 1950, largely because of investigations of personnel employed in atomic energy work and international activities and the strengthening of the internal security program. A decline is expected in the inmate population of Federal prisons, and this will permit some reduction in staff, but the saving will be partly offset by higher per capita costs for care of prisoners. Federal employees' accident compensation.-Expenditures under the Federal Employees' Compensation Act of 1916, as amended, are estimated for the fiscal year 1950 at 9 million dollars more than in 1949, but the increase is wholly for war claims payments to American citi-  M37   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M38  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  zens abroad who were injured or suffered damage from wartime enemy actions. These payments will be covered by some of the proceeds of certain enemy-owned property. Compensation payments to Government employees injured and to dependents of those killed in line of duty will continue under present law at about 14 million dollars a year. The benefit rates have not been changed since 1927. They are now quite inadequate. I recom.;. mend that these benefit rates be liberalized. The Budget includes a tentative estimate of 4 million dollars for this proposed legislation.  Trust accounts.-As I emphasized in a message to the Congress last May, this period of high employment and earnings offers a particularly opportune time for strengthening and broadening our social insurance system. At such a time, our people are best able to begin SOCIAL WELFARE, HEALTH, AND SECURITY  (Major trust accounts) [Fiscal years. In millions) Fund and Item  1948 actual  1949 estimated  Federal old-age and survivors Insurance trust fund: Receipts: Appropriation from general receipts __________________ _  $1, 616 $1, 7M 191 231 Interest and other ___ --------------------------------Proposed legislation extending coverage, raising tax base, and adding disability benefits____________________________________________ _  Payments of benefits and administrative expenses (deduct): 559 656 Existing legislation___________________________________ Proposed legislation______________________________________________________________ _ Net accumulation (including proposed legislation) __ Railroad retirement account: 1 Receipts: Transfers from Budget accounts _____________________ _ Interest on Investments ______________________________ _ Payments of benefits, salaries and expenses (deduct) _____ _ Net accumulation______________________________________ _ Federal employees' retirement funds: Receipts: Salary deductions and transfers from Budget accounts_ Interest __________ -- -- -- -- --- - --- --- -- ---- -- -- ---- ----Payments of annuities and refunds, and expenses (deduct)_ Net accumulation______________________________________ _  1950 estimated  $2,420 266 1,700  745 1,500  1,248  1,330  2,141  758  565  39 222  61  716 62  289  317  575  327  461  486 108 244  566  693  120 274  277  350  412  565  139  Medical care insurance trust fund (proposed legislation): Receipts from pay-roll contributions______________________ ______________ ______________ 260 Payments for benefits (deduct) ________________________________________________________ -------------· Net accumulation__________________________________________________________________ _  1 Adjusted  for proposed changes In legislation.  260   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  providing for protection against the major economic hazards to which everyone is exposed. Although the recommended improvements will mean an immediate large increase in benefit payments, they will also result at the outset in a sizable increase in savings held in the social insurance trust accounts. This will help to reduce inflationary pressures and build a cushion of consumers' purchasing power against possible future recession. Despite benefit payments of more than 1.3 billion dollars under present laws, the major trust funds for social welfare, health, and security for the year are expected to add 3.0 billion dollars to their assets during the fiscal year 1950. This will bring the aggregate assets of these funds above 19 billion dollars. The legislation I have recommended will add an estimated 460 million dollars to these .. assets in the fiscal year 1950. The trust account assets are invested in Government securities, and the interest earnings are added to the principal of each trust fund. Although all benefits are paid directly from these accounts, the handling of contributions varies. Pay-roll tax collections under the railroad retirement system are included in Budget receipts and the transfers to the trust account appear as Budget expenditures. Proceeds of the pay-roll tax for old-age and survivors insurance are transferred to the trust account without affecting expenditures; this trans£er is made through a deduction from receipts and an equal credit to the trust account. Amounts withheld from the salaries of those Government employees covered by Federal employees' retirement acts, as their payments to the retirement funds, are credited directly to the trust accounts. HOUSING AND COMMUNITY FACILITIES  The objective of the Federal housing program is to improve the housing standards of the Nation and, in particular, to help low-income and moderate-income families obtain more adequate housing in a suitable community environment. To this end the Federal Government provides a wide variety of financial aids for both private and public housing construction, as well as research and other assistance on cost reduction. In the past 3 years, housing construction has risen to the level it took 6 years to reach after World War I. Conversions of older houses have also increased the housing supply, and extensive repairs and modernization have improved housing standards. As a result, many of the most acute emergency needs, especially of veterans, have been met, and the number of families compelled to live with others or to make other temporary arrangements has been reduced.  M39   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M40  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  HOUSING AND COMMUNITY FACILITIES  [Fiscal years. In millions] Expenditures Program or agency  1949 estimated  1948  actual  1950  1950  estimated  Net new appropri• ations  Other authoriza• tions  General aids to housing: Housing and Home Finance Agency: Existing programs..........•• __ •• _ $1 $1 $2 $2 ----------·Proposed legislation: Researeh and administration__ ____________ (') 2 2 ___________ _ 10 ____________ $125 Slum clearance________________ ____________ ____________ Alaska housing________________ ____________ ____________ 6 10 ___________ _ Commerce Department: Proposed census of housing_._________________________________________ 6 15 -----------Housing Expediter (excluding rent controll---------------·------------6 ____________________________________ -----------Aids to private housing: Housing and Home Finance Agency: Federal Housing Administration__ -19 5 7 __________________ _ Home Loan Bank Board: Home Owners' Loan Corpo• ration _______________ --------156 -123 -95 ------------ ------Proposed stand-by borrowing authority: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation __________________________________________________ _ 750 Federal home loan banks.- --------·--- ____________ --·--------Reoonstmction Finance Corporation: Existing programs: Mortgage purchases, net_______ 113 333 149 Loans to large-scale producers ____________ _ 5 13 2 (') Other ___ ---------------------4 Proposed assistance for rental and cooperative housing ____________________________________ _ 50 Department of Agriculture: Proposed 20 farm housing program _______________ ------·----- ··---------· Public housing programs: Housing and Home Finance Agency: Public Housing Administration: Existing programs: 48 48 War housing_.____________ 34 Veterans' re•use housing___ 44 12 Low•renthousing_________ 11 -1 12 Other.____________________ -6 2 1 Proposed low-rent housing.____ ____________ 15 129 Other agencies _________________ . __ . -1 -1 -1 Provision of community facilities: Reconstmction Finance Corporation._ 25 35 32 Federal Works Agency: IO 15 8 Existing programs ____ ·-·-·-·-·-·-Proposed legislation: 3 Disaster relief.• ·-------·-·-·-·----·-··-·--·---·----·-1 Alaska public works-.-·---···- ·-·-·-·-···· -·-···--·-·-  TotaL. •••....•.•.• ·-········ 1  Less than one•half million dollars.  82  349  388  ·-----------  1,000  -·-····----- ------------  -·---·--·--- --·-··-···-5  27  162 12 ---·-·-----· 6 5  85  (') -··-·--··-·· ··--·····-·· 1 ·--·-······· 5 ··-·-······· 2 ···········-  227  I, 987   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  Despite these encouraging gains, we still have a long way to go. The programs recommended in this Budget, both under existing and proposed legislation, are directed primarily towards improving the housing of low- and moderate-income groups. These programs emphasize lowering of housing costs and production of rental housing, and provide continued preference for veterans' housing requirements.  Research in costs and markets.-Basic to the entire housing program, both private and public, is the use of all available methods to lower construction costs. Technical research on the limited basis authorized by the Housing Act of 1948 has already begun. More extensive technical research, and analysis of housing markets and land-use, which would be authorized in the further legislation which I have recommended, are needed to assure effective use of both private and public funds in meeting our housing needs. The Housing and Home Finance Administrator will take the leadership in bringing potential cost reductions to the attention of industry and of State and local agencies in the form most useful to them. A census of housing should again be authorized as part of the regular decennial census in 1950. Such a census would provide comprehensive and up-to-date information needed by both private industry and public agencies. Slum clearance and urban redevelopment.-! have recommended for several years legislation to authorize the Federal assistance needed to permit cities to start clearing their slums and preparing the sites necessary for sound urban development, primarily private housing. We should not delay longer in authorizing initiation of the first installments of this long-term program. I recommend, therefore, that the Housing and Home Finance Administrator be authorized to contract for Federal grants amounting to 100 million dollars a year for 5 years. In addition, I recommend loan authorizations of 25 million dollars for the fl.sea] year 1950 and larger authorizations in the following 4 years, totaling 1 billion dollars for the 5-year period. The only Federal expenditures likely in the fiscal year 1950 are loans of 10 million dollars for planning the projects. Private housing.-The great bulk of the housing of the Nation is today and should remain privately owned and privately financed. In addition to the general aids provided for all types of housing, the Federal Government aids private housing through sharing financial risks and providing a supplementary source of funds. Over one-third of the new housing started in the next fiscal year, it is estimated, will be financed by mortgages insured by the Federal  M41   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M42  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  Housing Administration. In the years ahead our mortgage insurance system should give increased emphasis to assisting housing cooperatives and production of rental housing and lower-priced sales housing. Amendments are needed for these purposes, as well as to simplify the variety of insurance aids now available. Both the Federal Housing Administration and the Reconstruction Finance Corporation will encourage increased production of lower-priced housing by special financial assistance to producers using efficient large-scale construction methods. In addition, as part of our veterans' program, the Government will continue to guarantee loans made to veterans to help finance construction and purchase of homes. The Federal National Mortgage Association, a subsidiary of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, will continue to assist private lenders in certain cases where credit is short by purchasing federally insured and guaranteed mortgages. In the fiscal year 1950 these purchases, under the present authority, will result in estimated net expenditures of 149 million dollars. I am recommending revisions of the present limitations on mortgage purchases, which will result in an estimated 50 million dollars of additional expenditures. In order to prevent inflationary pressures, any such broadening should of course be confined to measures urgently required to finance the mostneeded types of housing construction, particularly rental housing and housing cooperatives. As another credit aid to private housing, the Federal home loan banks provide an important supplementary source of credit for the savings and loan associations which make about one-third of all homemortgage loans. The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation insures the share-accounts of its member associations. Both the banks and the,..Corporation~are supervised by the Home Loan Bank Board. I am recommending basic revisions in the financial structure of these agencies designed to encourage substitution of private capital for Federal investments, to permit them to borrow from the Treasury in the event of any future emergency, and to give the Home Loan Bank Board more specific authority over the borrowing and lending operations of the member associations. Under this legislation, the additional retirement of Federal investment in home loan bank stock in the fiscal year 1950 will increase Budget receipts by an estimated 81 million dollars. The stand-by borrowing authority requested for the home loan banks and the Corporation amounts to 1,750 million dollars. I do not anticipate that any use will be made of this new authority except in time of emergency, but it will provide additional  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  assurance to the millions of shareholders, comparable to the assurance now given to bank depositors. I am again recommending that the Congress provide for more adequate Federal aids to construction and improvement of privately owned farm housing. The new program would authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to provide loans for farm housing, as weil as contributions for housing for farmers on potentially self-supporting farms and limited grants to improve substandard housing of low-income farmers.  Public housing.-Except for 3,000 permanent low-rent units authorized before the war, Federal assistance for new public housing since the war has been limited almost entirely to provision of temporary accommodations under the veterans' re-use program. With every month that passes, legislation to authorize a new and broader program of Federal assistance for low-rent public housing becomes more necessary. Only through such a program can cities make a substantial start in providing permanent housing for the low-income families for whom private enterprise cannot reasonably be expected to provide. The legislation which I am now recommending would provide the Federal assistance required to permit construction of 1,050,000 lowrent units over a 7-year period. It would authorize the Public Housing Administration to make contracts with local public agencies providing for annual Federal contributions over a 40-year period sufficient to assure acceptable housing for low-income families at rents they can afford to pay. Contracts involving maximum annual contributions of 85 million dollars would be authorized for the fiscal year 1950, rising to a maximum annual amount of 445 million dollars by the end of the fiscal year 1954. In addition, the lending authority of the Public Housing Administration would be increased by 700 million dollars primarily for temporary financing. To minimize the cost of the program, the local housing agencies would meet their long-term financial requirements by selling to the public taxable obligations fully protected by the pledge of annual Federal contributions. Disbursements during the first year will amount to an estimated 129 million dollars, almost entirely for short-term loans. The Public Housing Administration also has been administering the disposition of permanent and temporary units built under the war housing and veterans' re-use programs. I am recommending legislation to make possible more expeditious sale to private owners of all permanent war housing units, except those transferred to local housing agencies for low-rent housing. Adequate protection would be provided for present occupants. Legislation also is needed to permit  800000-49-V   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M43   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M44  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  transfer of all Federal ownership and other rights in temporary housing (with limited exceptions) to local communities which apply for such transfer. This step would permit the entire responsibility for such housing to be vested in local authorities, who can most readily determine the continuing emergency need.  Community jacilities.-In accordance with the economic stabilization program, the Reconstruction Finance Corporation is limiting its new loans to public agencies to relatively low levels. Other expenditures will be made to complete the Brooklyn-Battery tunnel and to meet other prior commitments. I again recommend legislation authorizing the Federal Works Agency to provide prompt assistance to communities in rebuilding facilities after floods and other disasters. A tentative appropriation estimate of 5 million dollars is included for this purpose. Alaska housing and publi,c works.-As part of the program to develop the resources of Alaska, I have recommended special assistance for both private and public housing. Such housing is badly needed, but is hampered by excessive construction costs. This Budget provides for a IO-million-dollar revolving fund to finance loans and construction by the Alaska Housing Authority. I also recommend a 2-million-dollar appropriation to the Federal Works Agency to provide for certain urgently needed public works in Alaska. Appropriations and other authorizations-Summary.-Most of the expenditures for existing programs in the fiscal year 1950 will be financed from the corporate funds of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation provided in earlier years. New appropriations of 44 million dollars and other authorizations of 1,987 million dollars would be called for under my legislative recommendations. The proposed stand-by borrowing authority of the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation and of the Federal home loan banks accounts for 1,750 million dollars. Slum clearance, low-rent public housing and farm housing proposals require contract and loan authorizations of 237. million dollars in the fiscal year 1950. An increase of 700 million dollars in the lending authority of the Public Housing Administration would be provided in the fiscal year 1949. It is estimated that 35 million dollars of the 174 million dollars in permanent appropriations, representing anticipated receipts from war housing and veterans' re-use housing, will be spent for current management and disposition activities. The remaining 139 million dollars will be transferred to the general fund of the Treasury without affecting Budget expenditures.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  EDUCATION AND GENERAL RESEARCH  It is important to the continued progress of the Nation that we raise our educational standards and expand our fundamental research. At the present time the Federal Government promotes education by providing professional leadership and advice to educators, and by supporting vocational education and the land-grant colleges through grants-in-aid to the States. It also supports Howard University and educational institutions for the blind and deaf, and provides for the education of Indians. The Government provides library and museum services through the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, the National Gallery of Art, and the Botanic Gardens, and carries on general research through the National Bureau of Standards, the Bureau of the Census, and the Naval Observatory. Expenditures in the fiscal year 1950 for education and general research are estimated at 414 million dollars. The increase of 329 million dollars over 1949 is almost entirely for proposed grants to States for education and for the decennial census of population. In addition to these general programs, many Federal agencies carry on specialized education and research activities which are included in other functional groupings. Some of these are the education benefits for veterans, fellowship and other training programs designed to produce needed specialists, and research for military and other purposes. Aid to education.-Although the Federal Government is engaged in this broad range of educational activities, we are not yet assuring all the children of our Nation the opportunity of receiving the basic education which is essential to a strong democracy. In many areas, teachers' salaries are low, particularly in the elementary grades. Too many are leaving the profession; too few are entering. Enrollments are rising. As a result, overcrowded classrooms and substandard instruction are common. As the large number of children born during and after the war reach school age, the situation will become even worse. Many States are finding it difficult, even with high tax rates, to pay adequate salaries or to take other corrective measures. It is therefore urgent that the Congress enact legislation to provide grants to the States in support of a basic minimum program of elementary and secondary education for all our children and youth. This Budget includes a tentative appropriation estimate of 300 million dollars for such grants in the fiscal year 1950. We know that a shortage of school buildings exists in many parts of the' country as a result of wartime deferment of construction and  M45   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M46  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  the increase in the school-age population. We do not know the overall extent of the shortage, the particular areas in which it exists, and whether State and local governments can alleviate it without special Federal aid for construction. In order to provide an adequate factual basis for further consideration of the problem, I ask the Congress to authorize a survey of educational building needs and the adequacy of State and local resources available to meet these needs. EDUCATION AND GENERAL RESEARCH [Fiscal years. In millions] Expenditures Program or agency  estimated  estimated  Net new appropriations  $34  $34  $34  ------------  ------------ ------------  200  300  ------------  ------------ ------------  1  ------------  1948  1949  actual  Promotion of education: Office of Education (Federal Security Agency): Present programs __________________ Federal aid to education (proposed legislation). _____________________ Survey of educational building needs, and study of scholarships and fellowships (proposed legislatlon) ___________________________ Federal Works Agency and other______ Educational aid to special groups: Bureau of Indian Affairs (Interior). ___ Howard University (Federal Security Agency) and other. _________________ Library and museum services_ •• __________ General-purpose research: Department of Commerce: Seventeenth decennial census ______ Other Census Bureau programs ___ National Bureau of Standards: Present programs _____________ Radio propagation building {proposed legislation) ________ National Science Foundation (proposed legislation) ____________________ Other agencies _________________________ TotaJ ________ • ___ • _. _. ___ •• __________  1950  $33  1950  Other authorizations  6  4  1 1  12  11  12  12  ------------  3 8  6 10  12 10  5 10  ------------  2 7  36  70  7  6  6  -----------------------  5  9  8  9  ------------  (1)  ------------ ----------------------- ------------  (1)  ------------  (1)  (1)  2  1  2 1  75  85  414  $6  -----------3  (1) 2452  12  -----------18  1 Less than one-half million dollars. • In addition, this Budget includes 6 million dollars of appropriations recommended to liquidate prior year contract authorizations. ·  It has become increasingly obvious that the national welfare demands that higher education be made available to more of our talented young people. We should now determine the soundest and most practicable means of providing additional opportunities for capable   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  young people who could not otherwise afford a college or university education. The Budget estimates include 1 million dollars as a tentative estimate of appropriations needed for these surveys when authorized by the Congress.  Howard University.-An extensive building program is under way at Howard University to meet part of the need which results from the doubling of student enrollment since 1946. Additional contract authorizations of 6 million dollars are requested in connection with this building program. National Science Foundation.-The strength and economic welfare of our country in years to come are largely dependent on the advances that can be made in basic scientific research. To maintain and expand the Nation's efforts in scientific research and to help assure an adequate supply of trained scientists in the future, I again urge that the Congress enact legislation creating a National Science Foundation in a form which does not contain the basic administrative defects of the bill passed by the Eightieth Congress. This Budget includes tentative estimates of 2.5 million dollars of appropriations and, in addition, 12.5 million dollars of contract authority to enable the Foundation to establish its organization and initiate its program during the fiscal year 1950. AGRICULTURE AND AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES  Federal programs for agriculture include a wide variety of services, grants, loans, and other payments designed to promote the conservation and development of agricultural resources and to improve the efficiency of farm production. They include financial and other assistance aimed to assure reasonable stability in farm income. Finally, they include special aids to farmers whose farm resources are limited in order to give them an opportunity to improve their economic status. The common objective is to promote adjustments within the farm economy and between it and other parts of the national economy which will enable agriculture to contribute its part to the economic development of the Nation as a whole and assure farmers a fair share in the fruits of that development. The calendar year 1948 was another year of high prosperity for American agriculture. Because of the high level of national income and the continuing need abroad for American food and fiber, cash receipts from farm marketings totaled approximately 30.8 billion dollars-slightly larger than the 30.2 billion dollars in 1947. With rising  M47   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M48  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  production costs, however, net farm income declined for the first time in 10 years-from 17 .8 billion dollars in 1947 to an estimated 17.2 billion dollars in 1948. This compares with 6.4 billion dollars in 1941. The ratio of prices received by farmers to prices paid has gradually declined from the peak of 133 in October 1946 to 109 in December 1948. A continuation of the downward trend in this ratio will mean smaller net incomes for farmers in 1949 and 1950, an adjustment from the high levels of the immediate postwar years. This adjustment, prevented from becoming excessive by the operation of price supports, will contribute to over-all stabilization of the economy and to a lowering of the cost of living. AGRICULTURE AND AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES  [Fiscal years. In millions] Expenditures  1950  Program or agency 1948  1949  1950  actual  estimated  estimated  Loan and Investment programs: Department of Agriculture: Commodity Credit Corporation___ -$200 $866 Grain storage facilities (proposed legislation) ___________________________________ _ Farmers Home Administration____ 61 122 Rural Electrification Administration, net ________________________ _ 283 239 Other corporate transactions ______ _ -67 -63 Other agencies ________________________ _ 2 (') Other financial aids: Department of Agriculture: Conservation and use _____________ _ 227 236 Exportation and domestic consumption________________________ 51 87 Sugar Act_________________________ 60 71 International Wheat Agreement (proposed legislation) ___________________________________ _ Other agencies_________________________ -3 (') Agricultural land and water resources: Present legislation_____________________ 48 59 Flood control-Missouri Basin (proposed legislation)____________________ ____________ 1 Other development and improvement of agriculture_______________________________ 147 153 TotaL ____ • ________ - -- -- -- - -- --- - -- - 1 Less  575  1,805  Netnew appropriations  Other authorizations  $538 25 ------------ -----------116 $115 330  6  -14  $350  2  7 -----------2 ------------  274  290 ------------  55  50 -----------65  65  56  (!)  (1)  61  60 ------------  4 ------------ ------------  151 1,662  149 --------- ---  745  350  than one-hall million dollars.  The principal factor causing the fluctuation in total agricultural expenditures is the volume of price support outlays by the Commodity Credit Corporation. This program largely accounts for the estimated   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  increase of 1,230 million dollars in expenditures from the fiscal year 1948 to 1949, and the decrease of 143 million dollars from 1949 to 1950. Apart from price support outlays, expenditures in 1950 for agriculture· and agricultural resources are expected to be larger than in 1949 because of the higher level of loan disbursements for rural electrification, larger outlays to encourage conservation of agricultural land resources, smaller net repayments on loans made by the Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation, and the proposed International Wheat Agreement.  Price support.-Net outlays of the Commodity Credit Corporation are estimated to be 866 million dollars in 1949 and 538 million dollars in 1950 as compared with net receipts of 200 million dollars in 1948. Because of the very large production of wheat, corn, and cotton in the 1948 crop year, market prices of these commodities have declined to support levels, resulting in loan outlays or the acquisition of considerable stocks in the current fiscal year. Price support expenditures are expected also to be large on potatoes, eggs, and flaxseed. For the 1949 crop year, production of cotton, wheat, and corn will probably again exceed anticipated domestic and export requirements, even assuming lower yields per acre than in 1948. If 1949 production should equal the magnitude of the 1948 crops, expenditures of the Commodity Credit Corporation would be considerably larger in the fiscal year 1950 than now estimated. As I said a year ago, price supports should be regarded "chiefly as devices to safeguard farmers against forced selling under unfavorable conditions and economic depression." Their purpose is! to bring an element of stability into agriculture. At the same time, they should not place excessive burdens on the Treasury and taxpayers or inhibit srufts in production needed to meet peacetime demands and to promote adequate conservation of our soil resources. The postwar revisions in the price support programs, which take effect largely in the fiscal year 1951, need certain amendments to make the price support mechanism and the quota provisions more workable. Two major defects were noted at the time I signed the bill granting a Federal charter to the Commodity Credit Corporation. The first, the restriction on the Corporation's authority to acquire storage facilities, has prevented the Government from fulfilling its obligations under the price support program. The second, the provisions removing the Corporation from the direct supervision of the Secretary of Agriculture, divide responsibility and make more difficult the sound administration of our agricultural program. I recommend  M49   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M50  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  that the charter of the Commodity Credit Corporation be amended to correct these deficiencies.  Rural electrijication.-Despite the extreme shortages of material1,. and electrical equipment since the war, the rural electrification program has made notable progress. The percentage of total farms electrified has risen from 48 percent on June 30, 1945, to over 68 percent on June 30, 1948. With the carry-over of approximately 120 million dollars from prior-year loan authorizations of the Rural Electrification Administration, I recommend that the new loan authorization be reduced from 400 million dollars to 350 million dollars in 1950. New loan advances to rural cooperatives are estimated to be 360 million dollars in the fiscal year 1950 compared with 310 million dollars in 1949. With the rising percentage of total farms electrified, Rural Electrification Administration loans may be expected to level off in 1951 and decline in later years. Oonservation.-The long-run well-being of both the farmer and the Nation depends on the preservation of our soil resources. To accomplish this objective, the Soil Conservation Service provides technical advice and services to farmers. The ultimate goal as it affects the farmer is a plan of management for his farm which will insure both sustained full production and preservation of the soil. The Federal Government also makes payments to farmers to encourage desirable conservation practices. Expenditures for this program are estimated to increase from 227 million dollars in the fiscal year 1949 to 274 million dollars in 1950. For the 1950 crop-year conservation program (to be reflected in expenditures in the fiscal year 1951), I recommend planning for a 262.5-million-dollar program to include the cost of administering any acreage allotments or marketing quotas which may be adopted as well as payments to farmers and related administrative expenses. A flood control survey report covering the watershed of the Missouri will soon be presented to the Congress. If this report is approved by the Congress, a 1949 supplemental appropriation of approximately 5 million dollars will be required to initiate needed land-use changes and the construction of terraces and other structures to retard water flow and soil erosion on the lands in the Missouri Basin. These operations are essential supplements to the flood control works of the Corps of Engineers on the downstream channels. Larger appropriations will be required in the years following 1950. Wheat Agreement.-If the International Wheat Agreement is successfully renegotiated, I shall recommend its ratification and the   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  enactment of the necessary legislation to fulfill its provisions. Under this proposal, the principal exporting and importing countries would guarantee over a period of years an annual trade of a large volume of wheat within an agreed-upon price range. Thus, the Agreement would provide an orderly solution of some of the problems of international trade over the next few years without the demoralizing effect of unilateral action by governments acting independently. Approximately 56 million dollars is allowed in this Budget to cover the probable loss to the Commodity Credit Corporation in bridging the gap between the price of wheat for the farmer under the price support program and the price at which wheat is made available to foreign purchasers under the Agreement. Costs are expected to be less in later years and will be more than balanced by benefits to farmers and to the Nation in terms of greater stabilization of world trade.  Regional Agricultural Credit Gorporation.-In order to simplify the Government-lending operations which assist agriculture, I recommend that the Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation be abolished, and that its functions and the capital stock revolving fund be transferred to the Secretary of Agriculture. Under this proposed change the Secretary could direct existing farm credit agencies to draw upon the revolving fund to extend emergency credit to farmers in the event of floods, droughts, or other natural disasters. NATURAL RESOURCES  The Federal Government has far-reaching responsibilities for the conservation and development of our natural resources. It must necessarily assume responsibility for the development of atomic energy; it must assure the proper utilization of its extensive land holdings which contain valuable forest, grazing, mineral, water, fish, wildlife, and recreational resources; it must provide for the improvement of such public resources as the major streams of the country. In addition, the Government must foster reasonable standards of conservation and development of resources in private ownership in the interest of the national welfare. We should reappraise our plans for using and conserving our resources in the light of the marked changes that have occurred during and since the war. In this Budget, programs are being restricted to the lowest level consistent with the heavy demands on our natural resources for both civilian and national defense requirements. The estimated expenditures give particular consideration to the serious needs for electric power in certain areas and for critical minerals. They also allow  M51   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M52  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  for work made urgent by repeated postponements during and smce the war. Expenditures for the Government's natural resources programs in the fiscal year 1950 are estimated at 1,861 million dollars, an increase of 245 million dollars over 1949. The largest expenditures, 725 million dollars, will be made by the Atomic Energy Commission. Other large expenditures include 481 million dollars for flood control by the Corps of Engineers and 344 million dollars by the Bureau of Reclamation for development of water resources in the West. These activities represent more than four-fifths of the total estimated expenditures in 1950 and largely account for the increase over 1949. NATURAL RESOURCES  [Fiscal years. In millions) 1950  Expenditures Program or agency 1948  actual  1949 estimated  Atomic energy: Atomic Energy Commission___________ $466 $632 Other agencies_________________________ 9 2 Land and water resources: Corps of Engineers (Army, civil functions)________________________________ 246 442 Bureau of Reclamation (Interior)______ 175 282 Rehabilitation and betterment projects (proposed legislation) __________________________ _ Bonneville Power Administration and southwestern power transmission • system (Interior)____________________ 18 31 Other Interior__________ . _____________ . 9 15 Tennessee Valley Authority___________ 34 29 Department of State and other________ 3 5 Forest resources: Forest Service and other (Agriculture)_ 57 62 Department of the Interior____________ 3 5 Mineral resources: Bureau of Mines and other (Interior)___ 26 34 Department of the Navy and other____ 7 15 Commercial production of synthetic fuels (proposed legislation). _________________________________ _ Incentive payments for exploration and development of minerals (proposed legislation, Interior) __________________________________ _ General resource surveys (Interior)________ 10 14 Fish and wildlife resources (Interior and other)___________________________________ 12 25 Recreational use of resources (Interior) _____ 16 22 Total. _____________________ - _____ -_- _  1,091  1,616  l950 estimated  Net new Other ap¥fgg:1a- aultg~!za-  $725  $365  $427  (1)  481  505 ------------  340  380  4  5 ------------  41  15  24 27 15 ------------  49 10  56 4  69 5  68 -----------5 (I)  31  30 ------------  18  10 ------------  1 ------------  5  30  17  15 -----------18  24 26  24 -----------23  1,861  I  1,549  482  1 Less than one-half million dollars. • In addition, this Budget includes 391 million dollars of appropriations recommended to liquidate prior year rontract authorizations.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  New obligational authority recommended in 1950 consists of 1,549 million dollars in net new appropriations and 482 million dollars in contract and loan authorizations, of which 427 million dollars is in contract authorizations for the Atomic Energy Commission. Appropriations required· to liquidate prior-year contract authorizations amount to 391 million dollars.  Atomic energy.-To an increasing extent our national welfare and security are linked to our atomic energy program. We must continue to add to our knowledge of this resource and move ahead with practical development. Special emphasis is given to the development of nuclear reactors as an eventual means for converting atomic energy into electricity and into power for propulsion of ships and airplanes. The 1950 Budget provides increased funds for the production of fissionable materials and the development of the science and technology of atomic energy. The present high costs of rapidly accomplishing these purposes must be balanced against the ultimate and far greater costs of failure to move ahead vigorously in this field. Land and water resources.-Present high costs of construction and large competitive demands from various sectors of the economy make it necessary to undertake new river basin projects only where urgency is evident. More than 90 percent of the recommended expenditures for river basin development in the fiscal year 1950 is to continue work started in prior years. Despite this restriction, Federal outlays for these resources will be about 1 billion dollars in 1950. In view of the magnitude of the investment in these resources and its economic effects, there should be careful surveillance of the programs in order to prevent waste and assure sound development. We should apply the lessons of our Tennessee Valley experience without delay wherever they offer promise of improvement. An essential first step for the flood control, reclamation, and other development activities is an expansion by the Geological Survey of its water resource investigations and topographic surveys. The flood control program of the Corps of Engineers, involving the construction of major storage reservoirs, channels, and levees, will be limited in the fiscal year 1950 almost entirely to continuation of work on projects started in prior years. Particular emphasis is now given to the Mississippi River Basin but major projects are under construction in river basins on the Atlantic seaboard and Gulf coast, the Central Valley and Los Angeles areas in California, and the Columbia Basin. The program of the Bureau of Reclamation is going forward on major projects in the Central Valley of California, the Columbia  M53   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M54  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  Basin, the Colorado River area, and the Missouri Basin. Because of the great increase in the estimated cost of the Missouri Basin development, the present plan should be reexamined to determine needed changes. The anticipated shortage of power in some areas of the country makes it urgent that we move forward at a faster rate on certain of the Federal hydroelectric power projects in order to obtain benefits as early as feasible. Two large projects to be constructed by the Corps of Engineers are recommended for initiation in the Columbia Basin in the fiscal year 1950, in order to meet increasing power demands. The Tennessee Valley, where the Government has broad responsibilities for power supply, faces a power shortage in the near future. Expansion of Tennessee Valley Authority's generating capacity is vital not only for the growing normal power demands, but also for the expanding needs of the atomic energy program. I recommend an immediate appropriation for 1949 to initiate construction of a steam plant to permit more effective utilization of the hydroelectric power resources of the area, and additional funds for 1950 to expedite progress on the project. Construction by the Government of transmission and distribution facilities is essential in some areas for marketing the power from Government projects in compliance with law, which gives priority to public agencies and cooperatives. Funds have been recommended in the Budget for this purpose. The Federal lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management contain resources that are both large and diverse in character. A large portion of these lands is in the grazing districts of the West and is an important part of the livestock economy of that area. The Bureau's administration of mineral resources includes not only the resources on the public lands, but also those on several million acres of land where surface rights have passed into private ownership. Aggregate receipts from these Federal land resources greatly exceed the costs of administration. Mineral resources.---Two World Wars as well as subsequent needs for world recovery have drawn heavily on our mineral resources. The Federal Government has a responsibility for assuring the adequacy of these resources through intensive surveys, investigations, and exploration; fundamental research; and sound conservation practices. Funds recommended for the Bureau of Mines and some activities of the Geological Survey are directed to these purposes. In addition, I recommend legislation which will authorize incentive payments for the exploration and development of strategic and critical minerals.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  The country must face squarely the fact that a major portion of its rapidly increasing energy requirements is being met by oil and gas, which constitute only a small portion of our energy reserve. The prospects are that we shall become increasingly dependent on foreign sources of oil unless appropriate action is taken. I recommend legislation to provide for proper conservation and planned use of the oil reserves under the sea which are vested in the Federal Government. The Federal Government should take steps also to encourage commercial production of synthetic liquid fuels from our abundant reserves of coal, lignite, and oil shale. I recommend legislation to authorize the Government to provide financial assistance for this purpose.  Other resource programs.-Programs for the development of our forest, fish, and wildlife resources will be at about the same level in 1950 as in 1949. The increase in expenditures for forest resource development is explained by the inclusion in this function of forest development roads, previously classified with forest highways under the transportation function. An increase is recommended for the operation and improvement of the national parks. This increase is in recognition of the problems created by severe curtailment of upkeep in recent years, and the increased use of the parks as indicated by a trebling of the number of visitors since the close of the war. Alaskan resources.-In my Message to the Congress in May 1948, I stressed the need for certain immediate actions to aid in the development of Alaskan resources. I recommend in this Budget funds for housing, community facilities, and transportation in this important area. In addition, the Budget includes increased expenditures for the investigation and development of Alaskan timber, water, land, mineral, fish, and wildlife resources. TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION  The Federal Government has a major responsibility in the development and regulation of the vital transportation and communication industries. The Government has, at various times, provided direct or indirect assistance to most segments of these industries. It must continue to do so where necessary. The ultimate objective of such assistance is the balanced development of these industries, to the end that they can eventually provide all necessary services at the minimum cost to the immediate user and to the taxpayer. A major part of the Federal expenditures for transportation t1.nd communication are for basic facilities such as highways, airports,  M55   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M56  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  waterway improvements, and navigation aids. As postwar programs have developed, expenditures for such facilities have increased considerably in recent years. By fiscal year 1950, most of these programs will reach a level which is likely to be sustained with relatively little change in the near future. While expenditures for these programs will increase between fiscal years 1949 and 1950, total expenditures for transportation and communication are estimated to decline from 1.8 billion dollars in fl.sea] year 1949 to 1.6 billion dollars in 1950. This decline results from an estimated reduction in the postal deficit, in line with my recommendation for postal rate revisions.  Postal service.-The postal deficit for fiscal year 1950, on the basis of current postal rates, would be more than 400 million dollars. A deficit of this size is unsound; it imposes upon the general taxpayer a financial burden which should properly be borne by the users of the service. Large postal deficits are resulting from a record volume of postal business, most of which is carried at rates which do not cover handling costs. The low rates for parcel post have led to substantial diversion of express traffic from common carriers, with the result that the Post Office Department is now receiving a volume and type of parcel business which it cannot efficiently handle with existing facilities. Present rates for second and third class mail are so low that they make only a small contribution to the costs of handling such mail. While the national interest in disseminating information justifies some preferential treatment for periodicals and other second class matter, there is no sound basis for the extremely low rates now in effect. In the last 2 years, I have recommended that the Congress raise postal rates to bring them more nearly into line with the increased costs of postal operations. A partial revision in rates was effected by the Eightieth Congress, but this did not offset the cost of the postal pay raise which was concurrently enacted. I therefore strongly urge again that the Congress enact at once an adequate revision of the postal rate structure. I have asked the Postmaster General to submit his recommendations for rate revisions sufficient to reduce the deficit to a reasonable level. The added revenue from such revisions, estimated at 250 million dollars for the fiscal year 1950, is shown in the Budget under proposed legislation. The remaining deficit would represent largely the costs of Government penalty mail, franked mail, air-line subsidies, and other costs not properly chargeable to the users of the postal service. Aside from such costs, postal operations   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M57  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  should be conducted on a self-sufficient basis, with rates maintained at a level adequate to accomplish that objective. TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION  [Fiscal years. In millions] Expenditures Program or agency 1948  actual  1949 estimated  Promotion of aviation: Civil Aeronautics Administration (Commerce) .•....................... $98 $150 National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics ........................ . 38 44 Promotion of the merchant marine: Maritime Commission................ 183 152 Inland Waterways Corporation (Com• merce): Present programs.................. ........•... 2 Proposed legislation .......•............................... Provision of navigation aids and facilities: Panama Canal (Army, civil fnnc• tions)... .•....•.. ................... 11 20 Corps of Engineers (Army, civil functions): Present programs.................. 114 168 Proposed St. Lawrence seaway and power project •...................................... Coast Guard (Treasury)............... 106 141 Department of the Interior............ (1) 1 Provision of highways: Public Roads Administration (Federal Works Agency)................. 331 444 Forest roads and trails (Agriculture) .. _ 18 26 A.Jaska and Indian roads (Interior).... 7 19 Regulation of transportation (Interstate Commerce Commission and Civil Aeronautics Board).......................... 15 15 Other services to transportation: Reconstruction Finance Corporation.. -1 -4 Coast and Geodetic Survey (Com10 11 merce) .............................. Alaska Railroad (Interior)............. 25 33 Postal service deficit (Post Office): 304 527 Present programs...................... Proposed legislation ..........•........ ···········- -··········Regulation of communication (Federal 6 7 Communications Commission).......... Alaska communications system: 2 Present programs....................... Proposed legislation .......................................... . Total. .............................. .  1,267  1,757  1950  estimated  Net new appropri• ations  $196  $127  $67  60  56  22  182  90  60  1950  Other authori• zations  1 2  2 ··••••••••••  16  15 .•......••••  209  229  8 148  150  501  16  3  20 ···········•  470  2 •·••••••··••  28  12  7  15  15 ············  2 ········•··· ····•·•····· 11  11 ........... .  40  29  402  404  -250  -250  22  7  7 ······•·····  3  3 ·······•···· 4 ···-········  1,586  • 945  648  Less than one•half million dollars. • In addition, this Budget includes 495 million dollars of appropriations recommended to liquidate prioryear contract authorizations. 1   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M58  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  Aviation.-Commercial aviation, the newest of our transportation industries, is still in a stage of development that requires subsidy assistance. The program of the Civil Aeronautics Administration for modernizing the Nation's airways will assist the air lines in achieving greater safety and regularity, higher load factors, and thus eventually in reducing their dependence upon Federal financial aid. This program includes principally the installation of landing aids at major airports, and of new airway facilities to permit greater precision and flexibility in air navigation. The present transitional program, utilizing types of equipment currently available, is now getting fully under way, and the 1950 Budget recommendation contemplates its completion within a few years. Research and development work required for a longer-range program will be actively started in the fiscal year 1950, looking toward a complete all-weather air navigation system within a period of about 15 years. New obligational authority for the Federal aid airport construction program is held to 40 million dollars in this Budget. Within these funds, primary emphasis will be placed upon the construction and improvement of large airports which are required for commercial air transport, and which would also have potential national defense importance. The basic aeronautical research conducted by the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics is essential for the design and development of improved aircraft, both military and civilian. The 1950 Budget provides for new facilities, and increased use of existing facilities, primarily for research upon military aircraft requirements.  Water transportation.-Promotion of the merchant marine, through Maritime Commission construction and operating subsidies, will require some increase in expenditures in the fiscal year 1950. The Budget recommendations provide for the construction of new vessels related to the national defense. With minor exceptions, contracts for sale of these vessels to private operators will be required before construction is begun. Within recent months, the Commission has let contracts for the construction of five passenger-cargo vessels, and has received bids on the construction of a large, high-speed passenger liner. Construction activity on these and other merchant vessels will increase Maritime Commission shipbuilding expenditures from 26 million dollars in fiscal year 1949 to 121 million dollars in fiscal year 1950. By the end of the fiscal year 1949, the Maritime Commission expects to have determined the postwar operating subsidy rates for all essential trade routes. Subsidy expenditures will therefore be on a full-year  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  basis in fiscal year 1950, and are estimated at 22 million dollars, more than twice the 1949 level. The substantial increases in construction and operating subsidy programs will be largely offset by declines in other Maritime Commission expenditures, particularly those for vessel operation and for liquidation of prior-year obligations. The activities of the Coast Guard in maintaining rescue stations, enforcing maritime laws, and operating navigational aids, are of primary importance to safety at sea of both air and surface transportation. These programs are expected to cost 148 million dollars in fiscal year 1950. This is slightly higher than in 1949 as a result of the full-year operation of ocean weather stations and a higher level of maintenance of other Coast Gua.rd facilities. River and harbor improvement by the Corps of Engineers is held in the 1950 Budget to the minimum required for navigation and related purposes. Most of the 1950 program will represent work on existing projects. Only 12 new projects, of high urgency, are proposed to be started in 1950. I again urge the Congress to give early approval to the St. Lawrence waterway and power project. The navigational aspects of this project have recently assumed an increased importance as a result of the prospects for developing high-grade iron ore deposits in Labrador. As our domestic deposits become depleted, the proposed seaway will become an important link between our steel industry and this new potential source of ore. Furthermore, this dual-purpose project is needed as a source of low-cost power. The Inland Waterways Corporation, which helps bring the advantages of water transportation to shippers, large and small, urgently needs additional capital to modernize its equipment. Such rehabili'.° tation should enable the Corpor~tion to demonstrate the prospects for profitable operation of its services, and permit the sale of the Corporation to a private operator at terms which would safeguard the interests of both the Government and the llSers of the service. I recommend that the Congress authorize the additional capital funds needed.  Highways.-Federal grants-in-aid for road construction have been increasing substantially in recent years, and in fiscal year 1950 will be close to the level authorized in existing legislation. Even with this high level of Federal aid, our highways are not being improved as fast as they wear out, nor are they being modernized to the extent required by postwar traffic conditions. Nevertheless, present high costs and the limited capacity of the construction industry make it undesirable for expenditures in the fiscal year 1950 to exceed tlie estimated level of 501 million dollars.·  800000--49--VI   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M59   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M60  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  Federal reyulation.-Although most of the expenditures in this function are accounted for by the services, facilities, and subsidies discussed above, a highly important Federal responsibility is exercised by the regulatory agencies in this field. The regulation of ·rates and other aspects of. transportation.and communication services help to assure that the public interest will be adequately and efficiently served. The. general economic adjustments within the past few years have substantially increased the normal work loads of these agencies. The Civil Aeronautics Board and the Federal Communications Commission in particular have been faced with major technological and economic developments within their expanding fields. Despite these increased problems, the present budgetary situation makes it desirable to hold these agencies to essentially their present levels . . Appropriations and other authorizations,-Summary.--To c_arry out the above programs, I am recommending 1,593 million dollars in new obligational authority. Of this amount, 648 million dollars represent new contract authorizations, and 945 million dollars represent net new appropriations. Excluded from the total of new obligational authority are additional appropriations of 495 million dollars which will be required for the liquidation of prior-year contract authorizations. FINANCE, COMMERCE, AND INDUSTRY  Except in times of war or other emergency, the Federal Government's finance, commerce, and industry programs are limited in the main to enforcing effective competition and to providing a wide variety of financial and nonfinancial aids to private industry. The principal agencies administering these programs are the Department of Commerce, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, and the various business regulatory· agencies. I have already discussed the more specialized regulation and promotion of particular industries such as transportation and communication. Total expenditures for finance, commerce, and industry programs are estimated at 107 million dollars in 1950, or slightly above the 1949 level. To carry out these programs, I am including in the Budget appropriations of 8'2 million dollars for fiscal year 1950, including tentative estimates of 44 million dollars for extension of existing stabilization activities and for new controls under the proposed stl!,nd-by authority. Supplemental appropriations of 24 million dollars will also be required for the current fiscal year, chiefly for stabilization activities and for completion of the Census of Business.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  M61  FINANCE, COMMERCE, AND INDUSTRY  [Fiscal years. In millions! Expenditures  1950  Program or agency 1948  1949  actual  estimated  1960  estimated  net new appro• priatlons  Promotion and regulation of business: Stabilization program: Housing Expediter-rent control and veterans' priorities: Present programs.......................... $19 $18 ............ ····•······· Proposed legislation.•••.•...•••....••..•.........•..... 5 $23 .$24 Deparlment of Commerce: Present programs.......................... 4 •••••••••••.•••••••••••• Proposed legislation........................ .......•.... 1 5 5 Department of Agriculture..................... 3 •.•••••••••.••.••••••••••••.••••••• , Treasury Deparlment.......................... ....••••..•• 1 .....•........•......•.. Proposed stabilization legislation............... ......•...•. 2 13 15 Continuing programs: .Antlmonopoly program (Federal Trade Com• ··mission, Jnstlce) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Ii 7 7 7 Other regulatory agencies ••••••••••.•••••..•••• 6 6 7 7 Department of Commerce..••••••••••.••••••••. 19 27 23 18 Business Joans and guarantees (Reconstruction Finance Corporation): -19 N atlonal defense loans ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• -5 -6 .•.......... Other loans to business .••••••.••••..•••...•••..••.. 54 35 37 Aids to private financial Institutions (Reconstruction -21 -10 Finance Corporation) •••••••••••••••••••••••••.•••.•• -9 ......•...•. War damage Insurance (War Damage Corporation) •• ,. 20 ··••···•·••· Control of private finance (Securities Exchange Com• mission) .................................•............  6  6  6  6  Total .•.................•.....................••.  88  102  107  82  Stabilization program.-The major economic problem facing our country is to prevent further inflation and to move on into a stable economic situation without an intervening recession. To provide the necessary legislative authority, I recommend extending and strengthening the existing statutes covering rent, export and transportation controls, materials allocations, control of consumer credit, and bankreserve requirements. In addition, I am recommending new authority for stand-by price and wage controls and for the allocation of a broader list of commodities, for use if voluntary measures prove inadequate, and for studies of the need for expanding productive capacity in shortage industries. Budget expenditures for this stabilization program are estimated_at 41 million dollars in 1950. Antimonopoly program.-A strong antimonopoly program is essential for the preservation of our free enterprise institutions. It can also provide immediate assistance in the present effort to restrain inflation. By concentrating enforcement activities in major consumer commod-   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M62  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  ities, conspiracies responsible for high prices can be broken and the cost of living reduced. A substantial increase in funds for the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice has been made available for the current fiscal year. I am recommending a small further increase in 1950, which will permit more adequate investigation of the extent of monopoly and monopolistic practices. Business loans.-To restrain inflationary credit expansion, general loans to business in 1950 by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation will be held to approximately the 1948 level. A somewhat higher level is estimated for 1949 owing to substantial authorizations early in the fiscal year. Collections on national defense loans and holdings of preferred stock in financial institutions continue but at a declining rate, as liquidation of these large depression and wartime programs is now nearing completion. LABOR  In our free enterprise system the conditions of employment of the labor force of more than 63 million persons are primarily matters for the joint determination of labor and management. The role of the Federal Government is to assure that acceptable minimum standards of wages and working conditions are maintained and that both individual workers and organized groups of working people have a fair opportunity to improve their economic status. The Federal Government also promotes apprenticeship training and collects and publishes labor statistics and related information which are used widely· by business, labor, and the general public. For the fiscal year 1950, the Government's labor programs will require Budget expenditures of 187 million dollars, approximately 3 million dollars more than in 1949. The Labor Department should be substantially strengthened through reorganization to bring together the units which properly belong in it. Toward this end I shall recommend certain organizational changes essential for more effective administration of the Government's labor program. Mediation services and. regulation of employment conditions.-In my Message on the State of the Union I have already recommended urgently needed legislative action to provide fair laws under which management and labor can develop more fully the opportunities for cooperative production that collective bargaining affords. I have also recommended that the Congress promptly amend existing laws in order to establish up-to-date minimum standards for wages.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M63  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  LABOR [Fiscal years, In millions] Expenditures  1950  Program or agency 1948  actual Mediation services and regulation of employment con• ditlons: Department of Labor: Present progrBlllS ••••.•••.•••.•.••.......•..... $6 Industrial safety program (proposed legislation). ______ ., _____ National Labor Relations Board.••..•..•••.•...... 5 Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service....••.• 2 National Commission Against Discrimination in Employment (proposed legislation) ••••.•.•.•.••. -----------4 Other···-·-·-····· ..••..••.......•...•• ·-·--·-·-·-· Labor information, statistics, and general admlnlstm• tion: Department of Labor ••••....•....••••••••••••••••. 8 Placement services and unemployment compensation activities: Fedeml Security Agency.• _•.•.••••••••••••.••••••• 71 15 Railroad Retirement Board •••.••.•••..••.•......•. Department of Labor ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.. 70 Training of workers: 2 Department of Labor •••••.•.•••••••••.•••.••...•.. Total .••••.•.•••..••.••....•.•••..••.•.•••.•.•.••  183  1949  1950  estimated  estimated  $6  $6  net new appro• prmtions  3 9  $6 3 9  3  3  1 5  5  7  8  8  137  140  139  15  11  11  3  3  3  184  187  187  -----------9 3  ------------5  1  ------------ ------·----- ------------  NoTE,-The Federal•State system of unemployment compensation and the Federal system of railroad unemployment insurance, formerly classified In Social welfare, health, and security, are now included in Labor.  This Budget includes tentative estimates to caITy out the legislation which I have proposed to authorize grants to the States to foster safer working conditions, and to authorize establishment of a national commission against discrimination in employment. Labor information and, statistics.-For programs now authorized in the Department of Labor, I am recommending increases to restore the facilities of the Department to meet more adequately the increasing needs for current information on employment, hours and earnings, consumer prices, and other subjects. Placement services and, unemployment compensation administration.Public employment services and administration of unemployment insurance will require approximately 150 million dollars or about 80 percent of all expenditures for labor programs. Except for 11 million dollars for the Railroad Unemployment Insurance program, these funds are expended principally through grants to States. Provision has been made, in the reserve for contingencies, for any added costs which may arise because of future sta,tutory increases in   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M64  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  State salary rates or because of unexpected increases in State workload.  Trust accounts.-Total unemployment benefit payments are rising above the 1948 level, in large part because of increased labor turnover, the return of prewar seasonal patterns and because many insured workers have exhausted their claims to veterans' unemployment allowances from the Federal Government and collect State benefits when unemployed. Growth of the labor force and liberalization of State laws are also factors. Receipts are below the 1948 level because of changes in the law relating to railroad unemployment. My proposal to strengthen the unemployment compensation system contemplates that coverage will be extended to workers in small establishments, Federal employees, and other workers not now insured. It contemplates that in some States the level of benefits will be raised and their duration extended. UNEMPLOYMENT TRUST FUND  (Trust accounts) [Fiscal years. In millions] 1948  Item  1949  actual  estimated  Receipts: Deposits by States and railroad unemployment taxes..... $1,148 $991 Interest................................................... 165 181 Proposed legislation extending coverage and Improving benefits................................................. . • . . . . . . . . • . . . . •.•....•.••.. Payments (deduct): 856 963 State and railroad unemployment withdrawals........... Proposed legislation •• ··---------- ___________________________________________________ _ Net accumulation..... -·-·····-·······••·······-·······-  457  209  1000  estimated  $1,017 185 230  1,020 lliO 262  GENERAL GOVERNMENT  Under "general government" are grouped not only the general management activities of the Government but also legislative and judicial functions, citizenship services, and government of the territories. Most of the expenditures in this category are for collecting the internal revenue, interest on refunds of receipts, the Government contribution to the Federal employees' retirement system, property supply and disposal, and the maintenance and operation of public buildings. The Weather Bureau also is included under general government, because its activities relate to several major functions of the Government. Similarly, the general expenditures of a few departmental offices are classified in this category.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M65  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  GENERAL GOVERNMENT [Fiscal years. In millions) Expenditures  1950  Program or agency 1948  actual  1949  estimated  · 1950  estimated  Net new appropriations  Other authorizations  Legislative functions _____________________ _ $32 $37 $46 $35 -----------Judicial functions _________________________ _ 26 18 20 21 -----------Executive direction and management _____ _ 7 7 8 10 Surplus property disposal, foreign and domestic: Present disposal programs (mainly War Assets Administration)_________ 312 118 16 ------------ -----------Proposed legislation ________ , _____________________ _ 21 13 21 -----------Deposits and transfers of receipts, foreign sales (Army, clearing account) __ 96 9 ------------ ------------ -----------Federal financial management: Bureau of Internal Revenue __________ _ 185 233 209 233 -----------Other Treasury bureaus______________ _ 194 150 133 136 -----------General Accounting Office ____________ _ 34 36 37 37 Other_____________ • _______ • ___________ _ 3 5 5 1 -----------Interest on refunds of receipts ____________ _ 57 82 82 82 -----------Government payment toward civilian employees' general retirement system __ • ___ _ 244 328 328 224 Federal Works Agency (mainly Public Buildings Administration): Present programs______________________ 71 78 91 74 -----------Office building (proposed legislation) _________________________ _ 5 7 Reconstruction Finance Corporation: Payment of interest to miscellaneous receipts _______________ • _____________ _ 89 14 ------------ -----------Other __ ••• ____ • ____ - _-__ -_____ • ______ _ -25 -39 -26 Cemeteries and return of war dead (Army)_ 87 73 ~o 6 -----------Other: Present programs _____________________ _ 1/SO 169 $7 115 168 Salary increases for heads and assistant heads of agencies (proposed legislation) •• ------------------------------ _______________________ _ 2 2 -----------National Capital Sesquicentennial Commission (proposed legislation) ___ ___________ _ (1) Special fund for management improvement (proposedlegislation)_·__ , _____________________________ _ Total __________ --- -- ----- ----- -- -- -  1,504  1,187  1,224  '1,160  7  • Less than one-half million dollars. • In addition, this Budget includes 26 million dollars of appropriations recommended to liquidate prior year contract authorizations.  Total expenditures for general government functions hav~ declined from a peak in the fiscal year 1948 and are now leveling ofr' at about 1.2 billion dollars. Although the biggest reductions in war-liquidation programs have already occurred, further reductions are expected. Some increases, however, are estimated in the expenditures for permanent programs and services, particularly, in 1950 for tax collections and the employees' retirement system. Total new authorizations   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M66  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  requested for general government activities for the fiscal year 1950 are 57 million dollars less than estimated expenditures. I am postponing requests for contract authority for a general public buildings program and requesting only 7 million dollars in contract authority for other construction.  Property management.-Last year I submitted to the Congress proposals for a comprehensive property management program for the Federal Government. The Congress took action to repeal certain of the provisions of the temporary legislation for surplus property disposal and to provide for termination of the War Assets Administration February 28, 1949, but it failed to complete action on permanent property management legislation. Such legislation is urgently needed to achieve economies by modernizing the Government's supply and disposal systems. This legislation should designate a single property management agency. The remaining functions of the War Assets Administration should be transferred directly to this agency. At the end of February, the War Assets Administration will have residual inventories of surplus property amounting to more than 2.5 billion dollars in terms of original cost. I am recommending a supplemental appropriation of 15 million dollars for the fiscal year 1949 and 21 million dollars for the fiscal year 1950 on the assumption that a single property management agency will be made responsible for these disposal activities upon dissolution of the War Assets Administration. Revenue collection.-The operations of the Bureau of Internal Revenue have been extensively reviewed by the Congress and also by a special management committee appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury. As a result the Bureau is currently engaged in decentralizing its administration, improving office procedures, expanding its enforcement staff, and training its personnel to do a better job. In addition to nearly 2,000 enforcement personnel to be added this fiscal year, the Budget provides for a further increase of more than 7,000 in the fiscal year 1950. The Government has an obligation to its taxpayers to undertake complete collection of all the taxes that are legally due and to assure equitable treatment to each taxpayer. I am confident that the additional expenditures will represent a sound investment. Retirement system.-Last February legislation was enacted which liberalized the provisions of the Federal employees' general retirement system by increasing annuity payments and adding survivorship benefits. Higher payments to the retirement fund are required to finance these new provisions. The rate of deductions from em-   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  ployees' salaries for retirement purposes was increased from 5 percent to 6 percent. It is also necessary to increase by over 100 million dollars in the fiscal year 1950 the Government's payment toward the retirement system, based on the revised retirement provisions and the higher Federal pay roll estimated for the fiscal year 1950.  Public buildings.-Because of the present inflationary conditions I am not now recommending a general public buildings program, although in many areas the Government is inadequately housed and such a program cannot be delayed indefinitely. However, I am proposing that work be started immediately on the construction of one building which should be completed in time for use by the Census Bureau in connection with the 1950 decennial census, and will thereafter be available for other needs. Government Services Oorporation.-I recommend that the Congress create a new, self-supporting, Government corporation to provide certain cafeteria and recreational services, primarily for Federal employees, in Government buildings and on Government property. At present, these services are provided by several organizations which do not fall within the normal governmental framework. This is essentially a governmental responsibility, and should be subject to the usual processes of governmental review and control. Virgin Islands Oompany.-I renew my recommendation that the Virgin Islands Company be given a permanent Federal charter under comprehensive legislation. This Company is a chief contributor to the economic welfare of the Virgin Islands. The present stop-gap measure, which extended the life of the Company for only 1 year and with narrow powers, contributes little toward making the Virgin Islands economically self-sustaining and raising the standard of living of its citizens. The National Oapital.-The role of the National Capital Park and Planning Commission should be redefined and a stronger statutory basis established for the proper development of the District of Columbia and nearby areas in Maryland and Virginia. I am not forwarding at this time an estimate of appropriation for the District of Columbia Redevelopment Land Agency to provide for the assembly of property in slum or blighted areas in the District of Columbia. When the redevelopment plans now being prepared by the National Capital Park and Planning Commission are approved, an estimate will be transmitted for consideration by the Congress.  M67   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M68  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  I recommend pay increases for the employees of the District of Columbia government, including the teachers in the public schools, who were unfairly excluded from the' Federal Employees Salary Act of 1948. INTEREST ON THE PUBLIC DEBT  Expenditures for interest on the public debt in the fiscal year 1950 are estimated at 5,450 million dollars, an increase of 125 million dollars over the fiscal year 1949; and the 1949 estimate is, in turn, higher than actual expenditures in the preceding year by approximately the same amount. INTEREST ON THE PUBLIC DEBT  [Fiscal years. In millions] Expenditures 1950  Agency 1948  actll!ll Treasury Department•••.•••••••••••••••••••••.••••••••  $5,188  1949  1950  estimated  estimated  $6,325  $5,450  approprla• t!ons  $6,450  The continued increase in interest on the public debt arises in se"\l"eral ways. Accruals on the large volume of savings bonds outstanding reach higher brackets each year. There will also be a further increase in the amount of special issues held by Government trust funds, and these issues bear relatively high coupon rates which are, in part, fixed by statute. In addition, the increases iri short-term interest rates which were initiated in July 1947 are now beginning to be fully reflected in the cost of the debt. This latter factor, is, to some extent, offset by the interest saving which has been effected by refunding maturing bonds bearing relatively high rates of interest into short-term issues bearing lower rates of interest. Interest payments on marketable issues-issues which may be bought and sold freely in the market-will account for 55 percent of interest payments on the debt in the fiscal year 1950. The amount of interest paid on marketable issues is falling gradually because of a decline in the total volume of such obligations and the retirement or refunding of bonds bearing relatively high rates of interest. A portion of the interest paid out on marketable issues goes to the Federal Reserve banks, and most of such payments are coming back to the Government as miscellaneous receipts. This is a result of the Federal Reserve policy of paying approximately 90 percent of net Reserve bank earnings into the Treasury. Budget receipts from this source are estimated to rise from 140 million dollars in 1949 to 250 million   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  dollars in 1950, thereby offsetting most of the increase in the total interest cost of the debt. Interest payments are a fixed obligation of the Federal Government. Their payment is financed by permanent indefinite appropriations not requiring annual congressional action.  PROPOSED LEGISLATION-A SUMMARY Estimated expenditures, appropriations, and other authorizations included in the Budget total for programs under proposed new legislation are shown in the following table. The items in the table are of such importance as to warrant early enactment and financing in the next fiscal year. Moreover, legislative proposals for these items are sufficiently developed to permit tentative estimates of first year budgetary requirements. The Budget also contains a general reserve for contingencies. It is designed as a minimum provision both for unforeseen contingencies and for legislative proposals now in the discussion stage, which may require action before the end of the next fiscal year. PROPOSED LEGISLATION  (Summary of amounts included in the Budget) [Fiscal years. In millions]  Function and program  Estimated expendi• tures 1950  Anticipated supplemental appropriations and other authorizations 1949  1950  ~ternatlonal affiurs and finance: Economic Cooperation Administration................... $4,300. O $1,250.0 $4,300.0 Other foreign aid.......................................... 355. o 600.0 Food and Agriculture Organization building fund......... 1. O 7.0 1.0 Contribution to International Trade Organization........ 1.0 -·······-····War damage claims.••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••.•.•.•.•.•.•••.•.....•.. 17. 0 ········-····· Palestinian refugee program•.••••••.••.•••.•••••••••••••.. ·············)6 0 ··········-·-Foreign service pay Increase.............................. 1. 4 .6 1. 7 National defense: National Military Establishment (public works, special l 645.0 385.0 · programs, military pay adjustment, etc.) •••.•.•.•.•.••. f \185. 0) Universal training .•...•....•••.••••.•.••••••.•••••••••••. 600.0 800.0 Soc)al weUare, health, and security: 14.9 15.0 Medical care Insurance 11¥BfAlm-··························· Public assistance. •••.••.••••••••••••••.•.••••.•.•••••••••• 65.0 65.0 Change in employees' accident compensation rates •••••.•. 3. 8 ...•.......... 4.0 '.!:lousing and community facilities: .2 11.7 Slum clearance, low•rent housing, farm housing and w } 160.5 search .•..•.•....•....•.•.••••••••••.•..•.•.•..••••••.•. (700. 0) (236. 5) Special assistance for rental and cooperative housing •••••• 50.0 6.0 15.0 Census of housing •••••.••••••••••••. ·····················-  -·-·-········- I   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M70  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  PROPOSED LEGISLATION-Continued  Function and program  Estimated expendi• tures 1950  Anticipated supplemental appropriations and other authorizations 1949  1950  Housing and community facilities-Continued Stand•bY borrowing authority: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation..•....•.•.......••••..•.•....... Federal home loan banks.............................. (1) .••.•••••.••.• Alaska housing........................................... $Ii. O .•••..•..•.••. Alaska public works...................................... 1. O .••.•..•..••.. Disaster relief .••.•••••.•.•....•..........•..••.•••.•..... 3. O .....•.....•.• Education and general research: Federal aid to education ................................. . 290.1 Survey of educational building needs, and study of scholarships and fellowships .•.•••..............•.•.•... 1.0 Radio propagation building..••..••.•..••.••..•••.•.•...•. 0.2 National Science Foundation .••.••••.•.•••••••••••.••..•. Agriculture and agricultural resources: Amendment of Commodity Credit Corporation charter (grain storage) .•••..........•.•.....•.....•.•••••.••..•. Flood control, Missouri River Basin...••.••.••••••••••••. International Wheat Agreement .•....•..•..•.•••.•.••..•. Natural resources: Commercial production of synthetic liquid fuels ......... . Incentive payments for exploration and development of minerals ..••••••••••••••••••••.•••.•...•..•..•..••••••..  Bureau of Reclamation, rehabilitation and betterment projects•.••••••••.•••••••••••••.••••••••.•.•.••••.•••••. Transportation and communication: Additional revenue from increased postal rates •••••••••••. Inland Waterways Corporation, subscription to capital stock •••••.••.•..••.•.•••••.••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• St. Lawrence seaway and power project •.•••••.••.•.•••••• Alaska co=unications system..•.......•........•....... Finance, commerce, and industry: Anti.inflation program.••••.••••••.•..••••.....•.•..••..•. Export control. ..•.•..•.•••••......•..•..•.••.••.•........ Rent control. •....•...•......•.••••••.••••..•..•.....•.••• Labor: Indu~tr!al safety program.•••••••••••....•..•..•..••••..•• National Commission Against Discrimination in Em• ployment•••••••••••••••••••••••.••••..•..•....••..••.•. General government: Construction of Ceums Building••••••••••.•••••.•.••••.. Surplus property dls~aL •••••••••••••.•.............•.. Salary increases for heads and assistant heads of agencies•. Special fund for management improvement ••••.•••.•••••• National Capital Sesqui•Centennial Commission..••••••.. Total ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.••••••••••.••••.••••  2.0  ..............  25.0 4.0 55. 7  ......•..•....  ($750.0) (1,000.0) 10.0 2.0 5.0  300.2  {  1.0 0,2 2. 5 (12. 5)  5. 0 ··•·•···••··•• 2  o.  1.0  (30.0)  5,0  15.0  4.0  5.0  -250.0  -250.0  2.0 8.0 0.8  2.0 20.0 3.6  13.5 4. 7 23.3  3.0 1.6 5. 4  15.0 5.0 24.0  3.1  3.1  0,5  0.6  4.8 20.6 1.5 0.9 1.2 I 6,176. II  ·---------... 15.0 --·-----------------------l. 5  {  1,315.3 (700. 0)  1.4 21.0 1. 5 1.0  -------~--- .. -16,660.7 (2,214.0)  Budget receipts of 81 million dollars from additional retirement of Federal home loan bank stock. Excluding additional postal revenue, total estimated expenditures are 6,425.5 million dollars and total anticipated supplemental appropriations are 6,910.7 million dollars. N OTE.-Flgures In parentheses are authorizations other than appropriations. 1  1   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  M71  MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT  The responsibilities of free men match the personal rights and political freedoms which are theirs. The Budget of the United States reflects our power for freedom and the advancement of mankind in our country and in the world. HARRY  JANUARY  3, 1949.  s. TRUMAN.  BUDGET RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES Receipts Based on Existing Tax Legislation I I I  100  ESTIMATED  ,I I  100  ., BILLIONS OF DOLLARS  I I  75  75  I I,  50  50  25  25  0 1940  1941  1942  1943  1944  1945  1946  1947  1948  1949  1950  FISCAL YEARS  BUDGET RECEIPTS BY SOURCE Based on Existing Legislation BILLIONS OF DOLLARS -1949 8i 1950 Estimated  0  5  10  15  20  25  10  15  20  25  FISCAL YEARS  1950 Direct Taxes on 1949 INDIVIDUALS  1948 1940 1950  Direct Taxes on 1949 CORPORATIONS 1948 1940 1950 EXCISE TAXES  1949 1948 1940 1950  Miscellaneous  1949  RECEIPTS  1948 1940 1950  1949 CUSTOMS Q OTHER TAXES 1948 1940 I  0  5  BILLIONS OF DOLLARS  NOTE:  1172   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Refunds deleted from each source.  THE PUBLIC DEBT Based on Existing Tax Legislation 300  300  ESTIMATED  250  250 BILLIONS OF DOLLARS  200  200  150  150  100  100  50  50  0  0 1940  1941  1942  1943  1944  1945  1946  1947  1948  1949  1950  FISCAL YEARS  BUDGET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION Based on Existing and Proposed Legislation BILLIONS OF DOLLARS • 1949 S 1950' Estimated FISCAL YEARS Q  5  10  15  1950 NATIONAL  1949  DEFENSE  1948 19 40 :i/:::::ii:::i:::::::i:i::::::::, :-:-:-:,:-:-:•:•:•:•:•:•:•:•:·:•:•:•:•:•:•:•:•:•:•.  l 9 5 0 ~ INTERNATIONAL : : : :  1940 \  "'----------------------------------'  1950 VETERANS PROGRAMS  INTEREST ON THE PUBLIC DEBT  :::::::r::::w::ttt:ttt1:@1:@wn:nt:t:t:tntt:::t:::m:n:mnm:tnt:m:ttt:m:mtt::  194 9  19 4 a 1940  tttn:n:nnttttittttnttttttttftttttfttitttttttntrnt  ??:\  """"'"'------------------------'-----------'  1950 19 4 9 :.. :::i::::·::::i:::':··:::·:::::···::···::.::::::.:.. i.. ::'::':::·:::':':'::::':::::·::::'::::·:'::·:'::'··: 19 4 8 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :  1950 ALL OTHER   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  194 9 ::/::::;:::;:;:;:;:;:•:::;:;:::::::::::::::•:;:•i::•::iiiii:iiiii:i:i:iii:i::i:.:i::iiiiiiiiiii:iii:i::iiii;;i:;;iiii:ii:i;:i;::i:ii:ii.;:i;::;:::::i;:ii:::;:i:ii;::i:::;::  19 4 a ::r:r::n:::::rnnr:n:::n:::::::m::m:::::r:::n:::::::::r:::::::::mm:::::::m::::rnnrnnnnrn::t:n:n::::  1940  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:\iiiii:iiiiiiiiiii:iE 0  5  10  15  BILLIONS OF DOLLARS  u:73  PART I  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES Section A. Table Table Table Table  Budget Receipts, Expenditures, and Appropriations; and Public Debt: 1. Budget Resume. 2. Summary of Budget Expenditures (by Organization Unit). 3. Summary of Budget Appropriations and Other Authorizations (by Function). 4. Summary of Budget Appropriations and Other Authorizations (by Organization Unit). Table 5. Effect of Financial Operations on the Public Debt. Table 6. Budget Receipts (by Source). Table 7. Budget Appropriations and Expenditures (by Function and Organization Unit). Table 8. Budget Appropriations and Expenditures (by Organization Unit and Appropriation Title). Table 9. Contract Authorizations and Appropriations To Liquidate Contract Authorizations. Section }3. Trust Accounts: Table 10. Summary of Trust Account Receipts, Expenditures, and Appropriations. Table 11. Receipts of Trust Accounts (by Fund and Source). Table 12. Appropriations and Expenditures of Trust Accounts (by Fund and Appropriation Title). Section C. Receipts From and Payments to the Public: Table 13. Receipts From and Payments to the Public.  Al  800000-49-VII   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  INTRODUCTION TO PART I  Part I of the Budget contains the President's estilnatee of receipts, expenditures, and recommended authorizations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1950, together with information showing the effect thereof on the condition of the Treasury. In addition to the estimates for the fiscal year 1950, there are shown the latest estimates for the fiscal year in progress, 1949, and actual data for the last completed fiscal year 1948. This part is in three sections: (1) Tables 1 to 9, inclusive, consist of four summary tables on the Budget receipts, expenditures, and authorizations; a table showing the effect of financial operations on the Treasury cash balance and the pqblic debt; and four supporting tables; (2) tables 10 to 12 comprise a summary table on the trust accounts and two supporting tables; and (3) table 13 summarizes receipts from and payments to the public, after consolidating budget and trust accounts and excluding intragovernmental and noncash transactions. This last-named table is explained in the text that accompanies a similar historical table in part IV. TYPES OF TREASURY ACCOUNTS  The first 12 tables in part I deal with transactions in several types of Treasury accounts, as follows: (1) Tables 1 to 4 and 6 to 9, inclusive, cover general accounts, special accounts, and checking accounts of wholly owned Government corporations and enterprises; (2) tables 10 to 12 relate to trust accounts and special deposit accounts maintained with the Treasurer of the United States; and (3) table 5 summarizes transactions in the foregoing and in a clearing account for "outstanding checks, etc." General accounts.-General accounts are credited with taxes and any other receipts not earmarked by law for specific purposes, and are charged with appropriations and expenditures payable "out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated." Accounts not specified otherwise in the Budget are general accounts. Special accounts.-Special accounts are credited with receipts belonging to the Government which are earmarked by law for a specific purpose; they are charged with items payable out of such receipts. Checking accounts of corporations and enterprises.-Most Government corporations and enterprises carry money in checking accounts with the Treasurer of the United States. These accounts appear in the expenditure tables, but not in receipt tables; the expenditures are shown net, after giving effect to collections. Trust accounts.-Trust accounts are credited with receipts which are held in trust by the Government, usually for the benefit of individuals or classes of individuals. Such money is appropriated and expended for the purposes of the trust. Cash of the larger trust funds, not required for payment during the year, is invested in public debt securities of the United States in accordance with law. Special deposits.-Mixed-ownership corporations carry certain moneys on special deposit with the Treasurer of the United States. Other agencies also use special deposit accounts, primarily for holding collections in suspense temporarily, pending further disposition. Such accounts appear in the expenditure tables, but not in receipt tables; the expenditures are shown net, after giving effect to collections. 42   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Gl,earing account for outstanding checks, etc.-Checks are drawn by disbursing officers of the Treasury for expenditures of most civilian noncorporate agencies of the Government. Such expenditures are reported on a checks-issued basis in the daily Treasury statement, but they do not reduce the cash balance of the Treasury or affect the public debt until the checks are subsequently presented for payment. The excess of checks issued over checks paid (or vice versa) is credited (or charged) to a clearing account on the daily Treasury statement. Collections in transit, travel advances, and some other suspense items are also taken up in the clearing account. Checks drawn by non-Treasury disbursing officers do not affect the clearing account. BASIS FOR REPORTS AND ESTIMATES  Receipts.-Taxes are reported for fiscal year 1948 on the basis of actual collections, adjusted (for items in transit) to the daily Treasury statement reports. Tax receipts for fiscal years 1949 and 1950 are estimated on a collections basis, and are discussed by the Treasury Department in part IV. Miscellaneous receipts for 1948 are on the basis of amounts covered into the official receipt accounts, adjusted to the daily Treasury statement; estimates for 1949 and 1950 are consistent therewith. Expenditures.-Expenditures in fiscal year 1948 are reported on a checks-issued basis, adjusted in total to the daily Treasury statement (which is partly checks issued and partly checks paid). Expenditures in 1949 and 1950 are estimated on a checks-issued basis. "Checks issued" include, in addition to checks, the issuance or increase of public debt obligations in lieu of checks in certain cases (e. g., armed forces leave bonds), and interfund payments accomplished by transfer and counter warrants. They are net of collections deposited in the expenditure accounts in the case of corporation checking accounts, certain revolving funds, and a few other accounts. Appropriations and other authorizations.-The budget tables show appropriations and other authorizations becoming available for each year, even though some of the appropriations are made immediately available in a preceding year and a few deficiency appropriations become available in a subsequent year. An appropriation or other authorization is reported only once, even though balances may in some cases remain available from one year to another. Balances of prior year's authorizations which remain available are not reflected in the tables of part I. Public debt and Treasury cash.-The budget tables show the public debt and treasury cash for June 30, 1947, and June 30, 1948, as reported in the daily Treasury statement, and estimates for 1949 and 1950 on a basis consistent therewith. CONCEPT OF "BUDGET" TOTALS  The totals of budget receipts, expenditures, and authorizations stated in tables 1 to 9 generally include taxes and other Treasury receipts, expenditures therefrom, and the related appropriations or other authorizations. There are certain exclusions, however, as follows: (a) Receipts, expenditures, etc., of money held in trust by the Government are excluded here; they are shown separately in tables 10 to 12. Government contributions  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES  to trust funds are a budget expenditure, however, except as noted in the next paragraph. (b) The appropriation from the general fund for the Federal old-age-and-survivors-insura nce trust fund and similar social welfare items under proposed legislation are shown as deductions from receipts (tables 1 and 6), rather than as appropriations and expenditures. Such appropriations are equal to taxes from a given source. (c) Borrowing and repayment of borrowing are excluded. Corporation debt transactions with the public are included in trust account expenditures in tables 10 and 12; appropriations and expenditures for statutory public debt retirement are in a memorandum section at the end of table 8. (d) Refunds of receipts are shown as deductions from receipts and expenditures and included in the memorandum section at the end of table 8. This is a change from past practice. (e) Receipts placed in revolving funds and in Government corporation checking accounts with the Treasurer of the United States are treated as deductions from expenditures, rather than as budget receipts. Expenditures of such accounts are reported on a net basis. (j) "Capital transfers," representing payments from expenditure accounts of wholly owned Government corporations and enterprises into miscellaneous receipt accounts of the Treasury, for retirement of paid-in capital or disposition of earnings, are excluded and shown as memoranda at the end of tables 6 and 8. This is a change from past practice. (g) Government moneys outside the Treasury are excluded. Among these moneys are the postal accounts and some funds of Government corporations. Postal account receipts and appropriations are stated in part II. The general fund contributes to the postal accounts to make up deficiencies in the postal revenue; the budget totals include this contribution and therefore they reflect the "net" excess of postal expenditures over receipts from postal operations. TYPES OF AUTHORIZATIONS  A3  are available without time limit until expended or until the purpose for which they were made has been accomplished. Because some time usually occurs between the incurring of an obligation and the payment therefor, appropriations are ordinarily available for expenditure for two fiscal years after they expire for obligation purposes. Reappropriations.-A reappropriation continues available part or all of the unused balance of an appropriation which would otherwise expire for obligation purposes. Reappropriations are few in number. Contract authorizations.-A contract authorization is a statutory authorization by the Congress-usually in an appropriation act-empowering the designated agency to enter into contracts and incur obligations for a stated purpose prior to the enactment of an appropriation. Like appropriations, contract authorizations may be 1-year, multiple-year, or no-year. Most such authorizations are specific; sometimes they are indefinite in amount. Past contract authorizations for shipbuilding and related ordnance were often based upon tonnage; their dollar value has been estimated, and such estimates have been adjusted administratively as unit costs change. A contract authorization does not authorize the payment of the bills arising from the obligations incurred. In order to pay these bills, an appropriation to liquidate the contract authorizations must be enacted by the Congress. Such appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations are included with other appropriations in tables 3, 4, 7, and 8. Authorizations to expend from public debt receipts.-ln lieu of appropriations, the Congress in some instances authorizes expenditures to be made directly from borrowed money. The Treasury's authority to lend money to certain Government-owned corporations and enterprises is technically an authority to make the loan out of moneys which the Treasury in turn has borrowed (i. e., out of public debt transactions). Other withdrawals have been authorized in this manner in a few instances in recent years. Such authorizations may be either specific or indefinite in amount.  Appropriations .-Appropriations authorize employment OFFICIAL ESTIMATES AND FORECASTS of personnel, purchase of supplies and equipment, awarding of contracts, the making of grants, or the incurring of The estimates for appropriations -and other authorizaother obligations, and the withdrawal of funds from the tions contained in the Budget are of two types: (1) Official Treasury for payment of these obligations. or formal estimates recommended for action at this time, They are of two types, annual and permanent. An and (2) forecasts ~f supplemental items which will be annual appropriation is one which is made l_>y curr~nt submitted to Congress later. action of Congress, regardless of how long it remams Forecasts of particular items for 1949.-A split colum?available. It is usually made in an annual, supplemental, is used in tables 3, 4, 7, and 8-one part for actual authorior deficiency appropriation act. A permanent appropriaalready made and one for anticipated supplezations year, each renewed tion is one which is automatically For 1950, the official estimates and the forecasts mentals. pursuant to law, without new action by Congress. column of the tables; they are distinguished same the in are ~n i11;definite or spe_cific either be may Appropriations 8, where the forecast items appear table in however, amount. The former names a defirnte sum of money m or group of agencies, opposite agency each of end the at amount the whe~e one ~s latter The act. the appropriation whether they are under existshowing entries stub-column is not named in the act but determmed later m accordance legislation. proposed or ing not are usually amounts the act; the of with provisions Reserve for contingencies.-In addition to the various subject to administrative determination. supplemental items, a forecast of additional needs, specific a foi: obligations for Appropriations may be available definite or indefinite period of time. One-year appropria- not now foreseen in detail, appears opposite the entry tions the most common type, expire for obligation pur- "Reserve for contingencies." No reserve fund or lumppose~ at the end of the fiscal year for which they are m~de. sum appropriation is proposed by this item; it is merely Multiple-year appropriations expire at some fixed time to make allowance in the budget totals for possible suppleafter the year in which they became avai~able. No-year mental appropriations to be submitted later if the need appropriations do not expire on any particular date, but arises.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A4  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  1  BUDGET RESUME Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] PART A-BUDGET RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 1948  Description  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  BUDGET RECEIPTS (see table 6 for detail): $21, 895, 904, 012 $10, 327,000,000 Direct taxes on Individuals ____ • _____ ·------------------------------------------·---------11, 709, 000, 000 10,174,409,834 Direct taxes on corporations ______ ·--·-----·-------·-----·------ __ -----· ______ -- -- -- ---••• Excise taxes _______________ •• __ • __ •••• ____ -· ___ ·-· •••••••••••• _. __ • -_. _. - _••• ---·--------• 7, 715,000, 000 7,402,029, 924 Employment taxes: Existing legislation _________ • _____ ••• --------··--···-----------------------··--·------2,395,656,147 2,610,000,000 Proposed legislation ____ •• _____ ---·--·-·---- ______ -·--·- ____ ----------- -- __ -- -----. --- - --·-···········- --- -- -- ----- --- --------------- -- ----- -- Customs_--·--·--·-------·--·- _______________ -·-·--·--·--··-···-----·--·-- ______________ -421,723,028 407,000,000 Miscellaneous receipts: 3,809,084,369 2,275,703,040 Existing legislation ____ ·--·-·--·-----·-----·-------··-····----------------·--·--------Proposed legislation ___ .·-•• _.-· ••••••• ·-······-·._ ••••••• _•••••• _•• _______________ .___ ______________ ••• -· ••••• _-· ______________ -· -·. _. __ • ____ _ Deduct: Appropriation to Federal old•age and survivors insurance trust fund: Existing legislation.·--·-·----··-------·----------------------------·-------------1,616,162,044 1,754,000,000 Proposed legislation (including disability insurance) __________ -·-· ____ ----·-- ________________________ ------·--- ____________ --·- -·---- ----·Appropriation to health insurance trust fund: Proposed legislation ____________________ -·-----·-------------------- ---·-----------·-····------Refunds of receipts (excluding interest)._-··--------·-------·------------------------2,271,874, 777 2,709,391,458  Total Budget receipts '--·-····-·--···-· -··· ··-···-·············-·-- - _-- -· ---- -- -- -- -  $19, 788, 000, 000 12, 252, 000, 000 7, 900, 000, 000 3, 324, 000, 000 1, 960, 000, 000 407,000,000 1, 749,736,347 81,000,000  2, 420, 000, 000 1, 700, 000, 000 260, 000, 000 2,097,091,000  42, 210, 770, 493  39, 580, 311, 582  40,984,645, 347  10, 923, 657, 230 6,567,337,653 4,781,711,554 1,852,997,508 81,504,418 75,318,796  11, 744, 902, 018 6, 799, 125, 106 7,218,508,837 1, 962, 931, 365 349, 222, 407 84,835,786 1, 804, 919, 383 1, 615, 723, 674 1, 756, 518, 429 102,331, 505 184, 019, 686 1, 186, 979, 617 5, 325, 000, 000 45,000,000  14,267,500,479 5, 495, 529, 354 6, 708,816,067 2, 357, 882, 108 387, 800, 644 413, 994, 240 1,661,863, 697 1,860, 787, 569 1, 585, 905, 133 107,303,327 186, 829, 951 1, 223, 565, 300 5, 450, 000, 000 150, 000, 000  40, 180, 017, 813  41, 857,777,869  1-599, 706,231  -873, 132, 522  $252, 292, 246, 513  $251, 569, 000, 000  599, 706, 231 -1, 322, 952, 744  873, 132, 522 -517, 132, 522  251, 569, 000, 000  251, 925, 000, 000  $34,273,063,827  $41,572,315,253  BUDGET EXPENDITURES (see table 7 for detail):  National defense_·----·-----·-·---·-------------------------···-··-·--____________________ Veterans' services and benefits_·-----------------------------------------------------·--·International affairs and finance_·----·------------·----------·--------------------------·Social welfare, health, and securitY.·-·-------------------·--•-b-------------------------Housing and community facilities ••• ----·-------·-------------------------------·--------Education and general research ••••. ______________________________________________________ Agriculture and agricultural resources.·----·--··-·------·--------------------·-------··--Natural resources not primarily agrlculturaL ___________________________ • __ .______________ Transportation and communication__ ·---------·-·----------______________________________ Finance, commerce, and industry _________________________ ·-----·-------------·-----------  575,286,458 1; 091, 334, 731 1,266,663,356 88,367,804 182, 795, 127 1, 504, 485, 989 5,187,849,708  Labor --··--···---······- -··- -·-·-----·-----·-·---·-·---- __ --·-·-----·---- ___ __ _________ __  General government •• _·--·----··-··-··-··------·-·-·-·-- ______ -----·---· _____ .--·-_______ Interest on the public debt_·--·-·---------------------------------------·----------------Reserve for contingencies ___ ·-·-··--·- ____________ . _________________________________________ -----·--·-------··-··-····Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis.·---·-·-·--··------------·---·-·--·--·-----388,009, 683 Total Buduet expenditures '--·-·- ____ ·--- ----·--------·-··--·-·-··--·-- ·- ---··--- ______ _ Surplus or deficit  (->-·--·-·- --- ---·-· ______ -·-·-·--·---·-·-------- --····-···----·-----·-- _-··-  I  33, 791, 300, 649 I  8, 419, 469, 844  I  PART B--PUBLIC DEBT  Public debt at beglnnfni otyear -----·--·---··---·-··-----·-----··-·-·---------------------·-$258,286,383,109 Reduction through excess of Budget receipts over expenditures __ ._____________________________ 8,419,469,844 Increase through excess of Budget expenditures over receipts ______________________ • ___________ ------·----------·-----·---Other changes in debt. ____ -------------·-·--·-----·-------------·----------------·-----------+2, 425,333,248 Public debt at end otyear.. --·---··-·-·-·-···················-·······-·····-·-···-·····-······  252, 292, 246, 513  PART C-BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS  Appropriations 1. ······-····························································-····-···$31,214,184,679 Deduct appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations_··············-···············670,865,000 Appropriations, excluding appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations........... 30, 543, 319, 679 Anticipated supplemental appropriations for 1949 (excluding anticipated supplemental appro• priations to liquidate contract authorizations) ••.•• ·-·····-··-··-··-·-········-·--··-·--·--·- ··--········-··············· New contract authorizations ••••..........•. -·······················-··········-··-·-···-··-·· 4,781,319,469 Anticipated supplemental contract authorizations for 1949...... ·-··-···-·······-·--··········· ····---·--·······-·········Authorizations to expend from public debt receipts •••••••. ·-···········-······---·---···-····· 3,400,000,000 Anticipated supplemental authorizations to expend from public debt receipts·---··············-··-·-····················Reappropriations_ .• ····-········--····-·--· ······--·-··--·-·····-·-··--·-·---····-··········16,298,272 Anticipated supplemental reappropriations .. ·-··············-········-·-··········- -·-········ --··-·-···· .... ...••..•.•••.  1,114,857,964 3,035,855,625 1-----------1------------1----------33, 158, 205, 863 38, 536, 459, 628 2,613,334,279 1,912,518,964 303,063,000 2,100,000,000 700,000,000 8,276,853 240,359  3,857,723,300 2, 180, 000, 000 1,634,322  1-----------1------------1----------38,740,937,420 40, 795, 639, 318 Total Budget appropriations and other authorizations.-·····---·········--·----·····-·--44,575,817,250  Excludes capital transfers from expenditure to receipt accounts and refunds of receipts (see memorandum sections at the end of tables 6 and 8 for detail). • Expenditures and surplus in 1948 do not reflect the bookkeeping transfer of $3,000,000,000 of the 1948 surplus to the foreign economic cooperation trust fund for expenditure in 1949; expenditures from this fund in 1949 are shown here as Budget expenditures. 1 Includes permanent appropriations. 1   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A5  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  2  SUMMARY OF BUDGET EXPENDITURES BY ORGANIZATION UNIT  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] Description  1948  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  BUDGET EXPENDITURES (see table 8 for detail):  Legislative branch ___ ._._._._ ... _._._ .. __ ._ .. -· ... _.. ·-._._ ........... _..... _._ .......... . $53, 156, 0,36 $43, 126, 17Z The Judiciary ... _... _..... _._._ .. -. -. -. _... _- . _........................... -. -...... -...... . 19,673, 784 21,021, 61! 8,326,828 Executive Office or the PresidenL.·-·--·--······························- .............. . 9,353,932 Funds appropriated to the President: Economic cooperation· Foreign assistance .... -·-···-·-- __ ... ··-··.··- ..... -·-· .... . 154, 015, 740 4, ~00, 000, 000 Other foreii;n aid 1 _ .•.. _ ••••••• _. _. _. ·- _. _. __ . __ •• _ _ ________ . _______ . __ • __ • _ . . . . . _ .. __ 1 Other ••• __ . _ .•. -· _. _ .•.. ·-- •. _. __ ·- ·- _ ••.••. _ •.•••.•.••• _ ..• _ •.. _ ....•....•••••••.•. 9, 826, 748 2, 500, 000 Independent offices: 465, 586, 869 632, 200, 000 Atomic Energy Commission .. ··-··-----•·-·-·---···-·-----···-··-·--·······--·-·--··· Civil Service Commission. __ .·- .. -·--·--·-·._._._.·--· ___ ·- ..... _... _.. _.·- ...... _.. _. 261, 403, 260 244, 115, 567 460,201,412 Export.Import Bank of Washington .... ·-·-·--···--·-·-·-··-· .. ·--·····-····-····· .... 33,984,199 36,661,842 General Accounting Office .. _--·-··-··-·-·-·-·---·········--·····-·--·-·········-··-·· 37,543,270 44,300,000 National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.···-·············-··-···-······-·····-· 3.5, 764, 444 195, 6.52, 965 Philippine War Damage Commission.·----·-·-·-·······-·-···-·····-·-·-·-·-········· Railroad Retirement Board .. _·--· ......... _._ .. __ ._ .. _._._._._._ ..... ___ ._ .. _._ .. _.. _ 584, 100, 133 778, 363, 777 Reconstruction Finance Corporation .. _._._·-. ___ -·._ ..... _.·-_. ____ . ____ ._._ .. _. __ . __ 155,050,361 298, 092, 376 33,827,917 Tennessee Valley Authority ... _.--·-------·-----·-····-··--·--·-··--·-- __ --·--·---- __ 28,655,933 291,678,329 United States Maritime Commission.. ___ ·---·------···----·-·········-----·--·----- __ 195, 244, 776 Veterans Administration ____ . ____________ .. _.. _·- _____ ._._. __ ._·-_. __________________ _ 6, 474, 103, 038 6, 666, 573, 447 War Assets Administration ... ·- .. __ ·-._-· .. ·- ... __ . __ . __ . _____ . ____ . __ ._._. _________ _ 286, 702, 020 103, 6?6, 450 Other independent offices .. _._. __ ·- __ ·- .. ·- .. -- -· __ . _... -· ... _...... ·-. -- ·- .......... _ 77,961,969 343, 513, 712 Federal Security Agency __ . __ ._ .. __ ._ .... ___ .. _.... __ -· ............. ·- .. ______ ·- __ ·-- ____ _ 1,028,365,478 1, 380., 227, 440 488, 002, 829 590, 325, 976 Federal Works Agency..... ·-·--··-·- -- -- __ -- -· -.. -· ..... ·-. -. _-- ·- _. -. -. -. ·- ... -.... -- -.. a 73, 910, 704 a 40, 531, 908 Housing and Home Finance Agency_-·-·-···-·-···-··-·--··-····-··------·-·····-··-·-- __ Department of Agriculture __ .... ·-----··-·- __ ...... __ ·-··- •... ·- ......... _. ______ . ______ .. 1,224,546, 764 2,018,515,047 Department of Commerce ______ ._·-·-._ ... _·-·- .... ··--·- ... _._._ ... _._ .................. _ 172, 87 5, 248 247,241,079 Department of the Interior ... ·-·- _____ ·- ___ . __ .... _.• ________________ . ___ .. ____ ._._ .. _.. __ 349,441,187 5.37, &1ll, 504 128, 36!,, 092 117, 998, 582 Department of Justice._ ........ _-· ...•.. -·-···- ... -· ... _.. -··- ........ _... ·-._.·- ... ·- .. . Department of Labor ... ·-·- .... -··- ..••... -·.-·- .•............ _........ _._ .... _...... _.. . 15,682,963 86,345,162 National Military Establishment: Office of the Secretary of Defense .. _·- ___ ........ ·-._._._ ..... ·- ... ,_._·- ............ _. 6,983,385 342,235 I, 124, 438, 344 I, 532. OD-1, 600 Department of the Air Force.·-·•·-·········· .. ········-·-···-·-····---··-·······-· .. . Depa,rtment of the Army: Military functions ...... _.-·_ ... ·-·-· .... _. __ .......... ·-._ ....... ·-·- .. __ ·- .. ·-.__ 5, 645, 456, 386 5, 671, 392, 583 Civil functions .. __ ·-·-- __ .·-·- .. ·-·- .. ·- .. ___ ...•. _.·- •.. _. _____ ... -··-........... 2, 131, 249, 635 1, 486, 229, 986 4, 485, 069, 707 lJepartment of the Navy ... --•·--·-······-·-·--······--·-····-····-··-···-·······-·-·· 4,297,079,125 Public works, special programs, military pay adjustment, etc •.............. ·-···········-··--····-······-·······- ·-···-······-··-·········-·531, 369, 940 Post Office Department (general fund)·-·········•-·•·····-···-·-··-·--··-··--···----·-··307,010,608 436, 895, 644 Department of State_ --······-·-···-··----····--·-······----·-···-·-··············-······ 676,293,826 Treasury Department: 5, 325, 000, 000 5, 187, 849, 708 Interest on the public debt .. ·-·--· __ .-· •.. ·- ... ___ .. _..... _._.·-·-·-·-. - -·· --· -- . -. -. 1, 092, 733, 215 2, 395, 856, 579 Other __ .·-·-_. ____ ·-·-·- -- -· ·- ·- ·--- ·-- -- .. -··--·- ·-. -. -- -. ·- -. -. ·- -· ·- ·--·- ·-- -- •- ·-. 12,019,328 12,012,655 District of Columbia (United States share) .... ·---·-·-·-··-···--···-···----·-·--··-··-·--· Reserve for contingencies .. _.•. ___ ... __ ·-.-·--··---·-- __ .. ____ . ___ .·- ... _.·-._.·-. __ .·- ___ .. _. ·- .... ·- ·- ... _....... _.. . 45,000,000 Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis.-··--·--····-···-·--·--···-·-·--····-·--·-·-388, 009, 683 Total Budget expenditures'--·--·._·-._._. ____ .·-._ ........ _....... __ ... -· ... _._ .. _... ·-  33, 791, 300, 649  40, 180, 017, 813  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. Expenditures, except under proposed legislation, are shown under the various agencies to which funds are allocated. 2 Excludes capital transfers from expenditure to receipt accounts and refunds of receipt~ (see memorandum section at end of table 8 for detail). 1   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $64,468,005 22,760,375 10,578, 3iJ8 4, 500, 0()0, 000  3,5", 000, 000 14,400,000 725, 200, 000 353, 144, 504 146,400,000 37,391, 732 59,900,000 182, 506,0!1 727,259,845 183, 903, 500 48,861,000 187,440,000 5,313,201, 6M 9,500,000 778,730,330 1, 908, 564, 503 686,800 801 105, 856, 238 1 827, 977, 256 327, 6,31. 314 640, 433, 228 131, 790, 500 19,561, 758 10,488,500 3, 555, 768, 250 4, 649, 465, 023 1, 976, 510, 056 4, 690, 294, 205 385, 000, 000 156, 669, 796 312, 065, 421 5, 450, 000, 000 1, 140, 255, 666 12,000,000 150, 000, 000  41, 857, 777, 869  A6  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  3  SUMMARY OF BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS BY FUNCTION  Based on existing and proposed legislation (For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950) 1949  Description  1950  1948  actual  Actual  APPROPRIATIONS (see table 7 for detail): $9, 931, 225, 022 $10, 795, 235, 119 National defense ........•...............................................•..................... 5, 132, 201, 740 6,974,216,366 Veterans' services and benefits............................................................... . 2,647,440,375 6, 342. 418, 051 International affairs and finance ........................................................•..... Social welfare, health, and security .......................................................... . 1. 843, 943, 058 1, 791, 399, 206 Housing and oommunlty facilities ........................................................... . 142, 821, 408 153,559,817 77.355,609 78,323,568 Education and general research .....•.......•.................................•............... Agriculture and agricultural resources ...............................•........................ 686, 240, 807 586, 055, 395 Natural resources not primarily agriculturaL ..................•..•........................... 795, 315, 147 1, 400, 264, 641 Transportation and communication ......................................................... . 1,338, 613, 427 1, 325, 842, 759 Finance, commerce, and Industry ........................................................... . 59. 113,037 57,582,443 184, 066, 040 179, 889. 250 Labor ...............••....•.....•............................................................ General government ......................................................................... . I. 386, 822, 159 1, 064. 454, 354 Interest on the public debt ................................................................. . 5, 187, 849, 708 5, 325, 000, 000 R~•~rve for oontingencles .....................................................................................................•....... Total, appropriations '· .................................................................... .  31,214,184,679  34. 273, 063, 827  Anticipated supplemental  $76, 244, 500 412, 642, 800 1, 372, 261, 403 168, 242, 129 201,700 4,811,660 45,393,600 86,154,315 336,254, 147 24.319.990 1,468,591 83,339,444  recommen• datlon  I $15, 279, 974, 900  5, 701, 001, 240 6,366, 239, 196 2,310,970,000  226, 930, 200  50,000,000  457,419.357 745, 095, 718 1, 940, 633, 569 1. 439, 2'.1.l 390 82, 181,350 187, 03.1, 500 1, 185, 612, 833 5, 450, 000, 000 200, 000, 000  2, 661, 334, 279  41. 572,315,253  DEDUCT APPROPRIATIONS TO LIQUIDATE CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS (see table 9 for detail): National defense............................................................................. 380,000,000 165. 270,000 22,600,000 2,061,000,000 Veterans' services and benefits................................................................ .................... 202,000.000 ...•..•...•.•.•..••..................... International affairs and finance.............................................................. 8.115,000 ....•...•.•......... ..•................. 17,400,000 Social welfare, health, and security........................................................... 15,000,000 40,000,000 .••...•...........•. 40,059,000 Education and general research............................................................... ...........•...•.... ..•................. .................... 5,534,425 Agriculture and agricultural resources........................................................ .................... ........... ......... 400,000 ••.......•...•...... Natural resources not primarily agricultural.................................................. 4,000,000 252,989,000 25, ooo. 000 391,230,000 Transportation and communication. ....•................................................... 261,900,000 453,731,854 ....•••...•...•••.•. 494,981,200 General government.......................................................................... 1,850,000 867,110 ...•...•............ 25,651,000 Total, appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations ................................... .  670, 865, 000  1,114,857,964  48,000,000  3,035,855, 625  Total appropriations, excluding appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations........... .  30, 543, 319, 679  33, 158, 205, 863  2,613, 334, 279  88, 536, 459, 628  NEW CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS (see table 9 for detail): 3,367,420.000 1,083,623, 715 270,000,000 2,454,546,000 National defense.............................................................................. Veterans' services and benefits................................................................ 338,250,000 43,000,000 .•.••..•••.••.••..•.....••...••••••••••• International affairs and finance.............................................................. ........ .... ........ 27,400,000 •••...•...•.•••••••.••••••..•••••••••••• Social welfare, health, and security........................................................... 75,000,000 133,489,000 .•.••..•••.•..••.... 92,495,000 Housing and community facilities............................................................ . ...•..... ....•.•... ••••••.•..•...•.•••. •.•••••.•••.•.••.••. 186,500,000 Education and general research............................................................... 3,793.675 1, 740, 750 •••.••••.••.•••.•••• 18,382,800 Agriculture and agricultural resources........................................................ . .. ..•... .. .•.•••... 400,000 •••••••.•••.••••••••••••••••••..••••••.• Natural resources not primarily agricultural.................................................. 407, 905, 100 418, 718, 500 1,003,000 451,550,000 Transportation and communication.......................................................... 534,143,000 195,945,499 31,500,000 647,500,000 General government.......................................................................... 54,807,694 8,201,500 ••..•.•••••••.•.•••. 6,750,000 Total, new contract authorlzaliorut.... ,,·... ·,·,, .-.. ,·......................................... .  4, 781,319,469  1, 912, 518, 964  303, 063, 000  3, 857,. 723,.300  AUTHORIZATIONS TO EXPEND FROM PUBLIC DEBT RECEIPTS (see table 4 for detail): 1,150,000,000 ••..••..•....•.•..•..•••••••..•..•••.••• International affairs and finance.............................................................. .................... Housing and community facilities................................................................................ 550,000,000 700,000,000 1,800,000,000 Agriculture and agricultural resources......................................................... 400,000,000 400,000,000 ••••••.•••....•.•... 350,000,000 Natural resources not primarily agricultural.................................................. .... ................ ........•.....•.•... ....••..•..•........ 30, ooo, ooo Finance, commerce, and industry............................................................ 3,000,000,000 •••••••••.•••.•••••.•.••..•••.•.••.•...•••..•••.••••..•••.••  Total, authorizations to expend from public debt receipts .....•.......•.....•............•.. 1  1  Includes $75,000,000 to liquidate prior year obligations (Department of the Air Force). Excludes refunds or receipts (Sile memorandum section at the end of table 8).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  3, 400, 000, 000  2, 100, 000, 000  700, 000, 000  2, 180, 000, 000  A7  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  a-Continued  SUMMARY OF BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER AUTHORIZATION~ontinued BY FUNCTION-Continued 1949 Description  lllro recommen•• datlon  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  REAPPROPRIATIONS (see table 4 for detail): N atlonal defense ______________________ - _____ - ___ - - - ___ -- _____ - _____ -- ____ •• ___ • - _. ___ •• _. _. ___ International affairs and finance._____________________________________________________________ Social welfare, health, and security___________________________________________________________ Housing and community facilities ________________ ----------------------------- ____________ ,__  $100, 681 1,900,000 521,700 895,000  Agriculture and agricultural resources_------------------------------------------------------Natural resourCPs not primarily agriculturaL_________________________________________________  347, M9 1,105,628  Transportation and communication __ -------------------------------------------------------11,337,759 General government ____________________________ - _________ . _. ______ - _____ - _. ______ . ______ -- _. _ _- __ - - - - __ - - _- ____ - _  $406,812 675,000 1,080,419  $40,359  $84,322 350,000  6,098,924 15,698  200,000  200,000 1,000,000  Total, reappropriations_ . ___________ . _____________________ - - _. ____________ - _-- _________ - - __ _  16,298,272  8,276,853  240,359  1,634,322  Total, Budget appropriations and other authorizations_____________________________________ _  38,740,937,420  37,179,001,680  3,616,637,638  44,575,817,250  Budget appropriations and other authorbratlons: National defense______________________________________________________________________________ Veterans' services and benefits_-------------------------------------------------------------International affairs and finance______________________________________________________________ Social welfare, health, and security_---------------------------------------------------------Housing and community facilities.--------------------------------------------------------··-Education and ~neral research_______________________________________________________________  $12,918,835,603 7,312,466,366 2,641,225,375 1,851,920,961 IM, 4M, 817 82,117,243  $11,713,588,834 4,973,201, 740 7,519,818,051 1,937,838,870 693,496,408 79,096,359  $323, M4, 500 412, 642, 800  Agriculture and agricultural resources. __ ----------------------------------------------------Natural resources not primarily agricultural__________________________________________________  1,086,588,356 1,200,325,875  987,535,814 1,565,994,141  Transportation and communication __ -------------------------------------------------------Finance, commerce, and industry_----------------------------------------------------------Labor _________________________ ----------------------------------------------------------_____ General government__________________________________________________________________________  1,622,194,186 3,059,113,037 184,066,040 1,439,779,853  1,074, loo, 328 57,682,443 179,889, 250 1,071,804,442  RECAPITULATION  Interest on the public debt_----------------·------------------------------------------------5,187,849, 708 5,325,000,000 Reserve for contingencies ______________________________________________ .______________________ ____________ . __________________________ _ Total, Budget appropriations and other authorlzat101111 _____________________________________ _  1 Includes   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $75,000,000 to liquidate prior year obligations (Department of the Air Force).  38, 740,937,420  3T, 179,001, 680  50,000,000  $15, 673, 520, 900 5,701,001, 240 6,348, S.39, 196 2, 363, 490, 322 2, 213, 780, 200 470, 267, 232 1, 095, 095, 718 2, 031, 153, 569 1, 592, 742, 190 82,181,350 187, 033, 500 I, 166,711,833 5, 450, 000, 000 200, 000, 000  3, 616,637,638  44,575,817,250  1, 372, 261, 403 168, 242, 129 700, 242, 059 4,811,660 44,993,600 62,717,315 367,964,147 24,319,990 1,468,591 83,339,444  I  A8  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  4  SUMMARY OF BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS BY ORGANIZATION UNIT  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] 1949 Description  APPROPRIATIONS (see table 8 for detail): Legislative branch _____________ - _________________ -___________________________________________ . The Judiciary ________________________ ._._. _____ -- -- -- _____________ •....•............. _... _•..  1948 actual  $61, 918, 753 20,147,468 6,691,188  Actual  $56, 654, 636 20,620,850 8,629,312  Anticipated supplemental  $2,161,230 967,200 303,457  1950 recommendation  $72, 719, 389 22,997,700 10,582,040  Executive Office of the President.····-················--·- ...•....•...••. ···-····· ......•.•. _ Funds appropriated to the President: 400, 000, 000 Assistance to China: China aid ...•.•••••••••...•• -..••.••. ·····-···-···-·-···-·····-····· -· -·· .. ·-·· ......• -· 225, 000, 000 AssistB11ce to Greece and TurkeY-························-···········-·····--··-···-····· 400,000,000 4, 300, 000, 000 1, 250, 000, 000 4, 000, 000, 000 Economic cooperation: Foreign assistance ....•....• -··-····--··-· __ -··---···--· •.. ··- ..... -··-·- ··--- ··----. ·Foreign aid, Austria, France, and Italy·-·-·-·-···-·--····-·-·-···--····-···-·-··--·--·-·· 577,000,000 ·········----·····-· -···············-··· ····-·-·-··········· Relief assistance to war•devastated countries .. -·-····--····-·-··--··---··--··-----·--·-·· 332,000,000 600, 000, 000 35,000,000 Other foreign aid_··-···-··-···-··-··-·--·-··-·--··.··-.··-·---···--·-·-···--·----- ____ ... 18, 000, 000 16,000,000 3,000,000 18,550,000 Other __ .·-·-···-···-···· .•.• ··-··--····-···-··-·--·---·- .. ·-·-·--·· .•............... ·-·.. 35, 848, 000 Independent offices: 740, 200, 000 Atomic Energy Commission... ·-··--··--·-··-········-·--·-·········-···-········-·-·-··· 175,191, 736 512,050,000 25,000,000 353, 024, 300 Civil Service Commission .• _. __ ··-··-···········-····-···-···--··---·····--···········-·· 262,806,801 243,297,098 883,000 36,852,000 General Accounting Offlce...•••....... ·-·-·········---·--············-·-···--··-·-·-·-··36,517,000 33,841,000 2,561,042 63,705,000 National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics._ .••....• -··-···-··-·-····-·······-······· 43,453,432 47,910,000 800,000 165, 000, 000 Philippine War Damage Commission ..••........ •-··-···-···---·-···--··•--·----·---·--70,000,000 95,000,000 20,000,000 726, 889, 000 705,307,665 653,416,000 650,950 Railroad Retirement Board...••...•.... ·-···-··--··--·····-··-···-·-·---···---·---··-···56,400,000 Tennessee Valley AuthoritY--·-··-·······-·-·····--····---·--------·-····-···-·--·-·-·-·· 18,700,000 27,389,061 3,450,000 114, 569, 390 United States Maritime Commisslon......... __ ·--·---·-··-··-···-·-·-·-•·----·····--·-·· 252,564,915 101,988, 751 2,000,000 800, 000, 000 Universal training.-·-····-··-·-···--···-·-··· ..... -· ... -·-·-"··--···-· ..•.. ··-···· __ .. ___ -· ... ·- ·- __ .. ·- -· .. _ .. ___ ... ·- -·-- -· ____ ... ··-· ·- _____ . __ .. _ 5, 699, 084, 240 Veterans Administration_.···-··········-···--·--···-····-·······-·-··--···-·-·-···----·6,972,713,974 5,130,614,240 412,590,000 War A~sets Administration.........•.... ·-·-·······--·-···-············-···-············· 257,149,270 65,000,000 2,650,000 -····-·--·----··--·130,936,900 Other independent offlces.• ·--·--·-··-····-········-·····--·---·--···-·-·······-···-·-···86,281,894 96,845,247 26,771,172 1, 896, 678, 708 Federal Security Agency·-··-·-·-··················--··-··-···-····•·-·-·-·-··-·-•··-·····... 1,045,297,371 1,210,047,901 160,038, 121 539, 083, 700 Federal Works Agency········-··---······-··-·······----··-···--···-···-··-··········-····-· 342,805,588 511,357,677 16,918,000 198, 895, 300 145,205,080 141,900,458 200,000 Housing and Home Finance Agency········--····-···--·--·······-···---·--·-·--------··-·-·892,542,218 Department of Agriculture_ .. _....•...... -··-·-·-·········-----·-··--···-·········-···-······ 833,415,266 736,274,763 54,147,400 321, 661, 000 Department of Commerce·-·····················-·--··--··········-···-····---······--···-··198,371,855 181,790,000 23,452,000 687, 004, 451 Department of the Interior ... ·-···--·····--···-·-········-····--·-·--·-·-·-··------·--·-··--320,602,658 460,123,639 45,557,215 134, 540, 000 Department of Justice············-···-······-···-------··--·-········-·-···--··-·····-······· 116,024,405 118,275,700 10,876,145 19,610,000 Department of Labor__ ·-------·--·-·-··----·-·-········---·-··--··-···-·•-····----·-··--··-·86,590,378 14,423,700 1,035,700 National Military Establishment: 11,050,000 6,800,000 Office of the Secretary of Defense.·-··-··•-···--···-··-···-·-·-·······-·-·-·-···-·-·------ -·-···········--··-I 4, 013, 987, 000 896, 861, 000 Department of the Air Force .••• ·-·········---··--····-············-···--········-···-··· 1,437,889,100 Department of the Army: 4, 725, 035, 700 Military functions····-····-·-·---·-·-·-·-·····-····-···-···--·-···-··-········-······ 4,749,852,671 5,829,670, 163 10,309,000 1, 791, 129, 488 1,447,517,479 1,950,641,704 28,000,000 Civil functions .. -----··---··-···--·-···-···-·-----···--··---·---··--···---·---···--·· 4, 497, 523, 200 Department of the Navy··-·-·-·-···---······-··········-·····-··-···-·····-·-·--·---···3,642,964,251 3,753,368, 756 20,922,800 645, 000, 000 Public works, special programs, military pay adjustment, etc_······-·-·--·-·---·-·-·-··-· -·····-······-······ ····--·-·-----··---· -·--··-······-··-··153, 672,300 Post Office Department (general fund)·-·-···············-·----·-·······--····-········-····· 310,215,499 213,411,825 313,030,147 296, 320, 196 Department of State.•·-·--·-·-····-···-··-···--·····---·---·-···-··-····-·-·-············-·-315,595,375 283,152,390 100,789,403 Treasury Department: 5, 450, 000, 000 Interest on the public debt ••. ·-··-···---·-·-·-··-·-············----·--······--·······--·5,187,849,708 5,325,000,000 ···---·-····-···-··· 1, 177, 622, 033 72,270,297 Other'--·-----··-----·-·--···-·-·----·-·-·-········-···-········-··········--··-·-·-·---689,695,899 856,157,956 12,000,000 District of Columbia (Federal contribution) __ ··---·-·-···-·-····-·----···--·--·······-······· 12,000,000 12,000,000 ·····-·-·---·--·-·-50,000,000 200, 000, 000 Reserve for contingencies __ •• __ ····-··-···--·-·-···--············-··-- •••• ··--·----·-··---- ... ----·· ... ·--··- -···· ·-·-·-· •.. -··-··--·· 1--------1--------1--------f------41, 572, 315, 253 2, 661, 334, 279 34, 273, 063, 827 Total, appropriations 1 ----···-··-·-···-·-·--···-···········-··-·····-····--···-···-··-······· 31,214,184,679  I=======  DEDUCT APPROPRIATIONS TO LIQmDATE CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS (see table 9 for detail): Legislative branch ••• ·---·--·-···-··········-··-·-·--···-····-·······-·---·-········-·---· .....• -· ... ···-··· ····-· Independent offices: American Battle Monuments Commission.--··········································-· ••••..•...•.••..••.. Atomic Energy Commission•••••. _•• ·-·················································-· ···············-···· National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.······························-·-···-····· .......•..•.•••••.•• United States Maritime Commission •...•..••..•••.••••••••••••• -···-···-·-·-···--·-····· ··-·--·······-·····Veterans Administration_-····-···········-···················-·······-·······-··· .. -·--· .. -·-·······-····-·· Federal Security Agency •• ·-············-·······················-·········-·······-·······-·· 15,000,000 Federal Works Agency··-···-··-····················-·····-·····-···-·-···-·-·············-·· 262,250,000 Department of Agriculture.·····-·-·-···················-····-···········-··········-······ •..... ·····-·········· Department of Commerce •.••••.••.••...•.. ·······················-··-··········-·······-· .•.... ·······- ·······-· Department of the Interior······················-·-···-······································ 5,500,000 National Military Establishment: Department of the Air Force •..•••....•••.••.••• ·-···············-·····-···········-····· 250,000,000 Department of the Army: Military functions_··········································-· ···········-·······Department of the Navy······-·········-···············-····-·····-··················-·· 130,000,000 Department of State·-·················-···-·-·····················-·············............. 8, 115, 000 1 2  Includes $75,000,000 to liquidate prior year obligations, Excludes refunds of receipts (see memorandum section at the end of this table),   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  •..•••.•.•.. ·--··-· •• ··-···-·-··· ....•.. -···············-··250,000,000 2,143,000 ···-····-··········· 202,000,000 40,000,000 434,588,854 ········-······-···..•• -···· ·--····--·· 20,856, 110  11,374,500  .•.••••••.•••...•... 1,276,500 25,000,000 375,000,000 ····-··············· 7,277,200 ··········-·····-··25,000,000 ... ·-···-··-·······. -···· •..... -···· -··· ······-············· 44,718,425 5,000,000 418,375,000 400, 000 .•••. -···. -· -·- ····••••. ·········-·-··· 25,300, 000 ··-·······-········· 49,134,000  ·····--·--·······-·- ·········-·-·-······ 24,000,000 ·············-······ 66,270,000 17,600,000 •. ·-··· ···········-· ••••••••••••.•.•.••.  800, 000, 000 220, 000, 000 791, 000, 000 17,400,000  A9  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  4-Continued  SUMMARY OF BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT-Continued  1949 1948 actual  Description  Actnal  DEDUCT APPROPRIATIONS TO IJQUIDATE CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS-Con. TreBSury Department_....................................................................... . ..........•........ Total, appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations................................... . Total, appropriations excluding appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations........... . NEW CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS (see table 9 for detail): Legislative branch.......................•......•..........•.•.....................•.......... Independent offices: American Battle Monuments Commission............................................... Atomic Energy Commission.............................................................. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics........................................... National Science Foundation............................................................. United States Maritime Commission..................................................... Veterans Administration................................................................. Federal Security Agency..................................................................... Federal Works Agency....................................................................... Housing and Home Finance Agency.......................................................... Department of Agriculture................................................................... Department of Commerce.................................................................... Department of the Interior................................................................... Department of Justice........................................................................ National Military Establishment: Department of the Air Force............................................................. Department of the Army: Military functions............................................. Department of the Navy................................................................. Public works, special programs, military pay adjustment, etc_........................... Department of State.......................................................................... Treasury Department........................................................................ Total, new contrsct authorizations ......................................................... .  Anticipated supplemental  $75, 000, 000  1950 recommendation  $250, 000, 000  $670, 865, 000  1,114,857,964  $48, 000, 000  3, 035, 8156, 625  30, 543, 319, 679  33, 158, 205, 863  2, 613, 334, 279  38, 536, 459, 628  I====== 21,124,500  .............•.•.... 1,276,500 400,000,000 400,000,000 2,143,000 18,200,000 . ... ... ............. ..... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. ........ ....... ... 75, 000, 000 338,250,000 43,000,000 78,793,675 114,854,750 534, 683, 194 45,375, 000 .................... .........•....•..... .................... 7,900,000 9, 000, 000 49, 341, 499 29, 905, 100 51, 547, 500 ...........•........ ...................  ...........•.....•.. 5,000,000 .............•...... 427,000,000 ........•.•....•.... 21,500,000 . ........ ..•..... ... 12, 500, ooo 31, 500, 000 60,000,000 ...........•.....•..••.............•.•.. ..................•. 97,377,300 •.... .. ......... ... . 470,000, 000 ........•.•......•.. 185,000,000 ..•................. 1,500,000 ....... .... ......•.. 67,000, 000 1,563,000 55,300, 000 .................... 1,000,000  2,117,000,000 ....•............... .............•...... l, 415,000,000 24,000,000 220,000,000 ....••..............•..•..••.•.•••••.•.• 1,151,420,000 558,623,715 .•.................. 643,546,000 . ....•..•••••••••... .•..•...••.•. ..••.•. .••••••.•••..••..••• 185, 000, 000 .................... 27,400,000 ..............................•......... 75,000,000 300,000,000 270,000,000 211,000,000 4, 781, 319, 469  =====I  1, 912, 518, 964  303, 063, 000  3, 857, 723, 308  AUTHORIZATIONS TO EXPEND FROM PUBLIC DEBT RECEIPTS: Executive Office of the President and independent offices: Funds appropriated to the President: Economic cooperation: Foreign assistance............................. 1,000,000,000 ....................................... . Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation................................................... 23,000,000,000 .......•.........................................•........•• Reconstruction Finance Corporation..................................................... ..................... • 550,000,000 ........•....•.......................... Department of Agriculture: Rural Electrification Administration............................ 400,000,000 400,000,000 .................... 350,000,000 National Military Establishment: Department of the Army...................................................... 150,000,000 .....................•••..•...•.....•••• Proposed legislation: 30,000,000 Synthetic fuels commercial production.................................................... .................... .................... .............•..•... Housing and Home Finance Agency: Office of the Administrator.•....••..•.......•...........•........... · ................ .................... .................... ...............••••. 25,000,000 Home Loan Bank Board: 1,000,000,000 Federal home loan banks......................................................... .......•..•.•....... ...•.•.•....•.•..... ..•.•.............•. 750,000,000 Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation................................ .................... .•...............•.. .........•.•.•..•••• Public Housing Administration...................................................... .............•...... .................... 700,000,000 ....••..•....•.•...• Department of Agriculture: Office of the Secretary................................................................................................... 25,000,000 Total, authorizations to expend from public debt receipts............................... 3, 400, 000, 000 2, 100,000,000 700,000,000 2, 180, 000, 000 REAPPROPRIATIONS: l=======l=======l======:j=======  Legislative branch: Architect of the Capitol: Maintenance, Senate Office Building..•....••...................••. 15,698 Funds appropriated to the President: United Nationi Relief and Rehabilitation Adminls• tratlon: Liquidation expenses ....••.•......................................•.•..••....•.... 1,900,000 ···•·········•·•···· ·•·•·•••··•·•······· ···········•·•·•·••• Federal Security Agency: Social Security Administration: Grants to States for public BSsist• 300,000 ance .............•.•••......•...•.....••. •························· ··•·•···········•·•·•·•·· ···· · ·· ···•···· ····· Federal Works Agency: Office of Administrator: Liquidation of Public Works Administration................... . 521,755 106,812 ,84,322 675,000 40,359 350,000 895,000 Bureau of Community Facilities: Public works advance planning .•...•......•........... Department of Agriculture: Agricultural Research Administration: Bureau of Animal In• 1,080,419 dustry: Eradication of foot-and•mouth and other contagious diseases of animals and poultry .• 347,549 Department of Commerce: Civil Aeronautics Administration: Establishment of air•navigation 6,098,924 11,337,759 1,000,000 facilities .....................•.•....•.•••........................•.•.•................••.... Department of the Interior: Southwestern Power Administration: Construction...................................... 1, 105,628 .••..•.••.•..•...•........•...•...............••••.•......•• National Park Service................................................................................................................................ 200,000 National Military Establishment: Department of the Army: Military functions: Construction of buildings, utilities, and appurtenances at military posts ...............•..........••...... 190,581 ···•················ ···············•·•·· ······•············· TreBSury Department: Coast Guard: Retired pay, former Lighthouse Service: Payments com• 200,000 puted on gross instead of net salary (anticipated supplemental reappropriatlon) •....................................................  -------•1---------1-------  Total, reappropriations....................... ........................................ ····• l====1=6,=298,==27=2=I ====8=•=27=6,=8=5=3=I =====240=,=35=9=1=====1,=634=,=322= Total, Budget appropriations and other authorizations.................................... 38,740,937,420 37,179,801,680 3,616,637,638 44,575,817,250 t  Specific limitation replacing a previously indefinite limitation.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  a Represents increase in lending authority. Amount of authorization to borrow is indefinite,  AlO  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  4-Continued  SUMMARY 'OF BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT-Continued MEMORANDUM 1949  Description  1948  actual  CANCELLATION OF CAPITAL STOCK: Independent corporation: Federal Deposit Insur• ance Corporation ••..............•.......•..............•••.....................•••..•...............•.•............  1950  Actual  recommendation  $1,926,717 ·---·--·------------ ··------------------  CANCELLATION OF NOTES: Independent corporation: Reconstruction Finance Corporation: For transfer of assets: Loans to Rural Electrification Administration..•..............................•.. Loans to Secretary of Agriculture: Farm tenancy .....•.......•.•.............•... Capital stock of Federal Home Loan Banks .....•........... -•......... ····-·-·· Office building transferred to Federal Works Ageucy ·-········-·················· For recovery of expenses: Unrecovered costs and net expenses resulting from national defense, war and re• version programs ..•••.•.........•............•..•......•.....•..•.•............ Interest paid on notes prior to cancellation .....................................•. Cost of handling strategic materials transferred to Treasury Department ........ .  9,313, 736, 531 46,005,553 5,564,733  5,895,000  Total, Reconstruction Finance Corporation .....••.•........•..................  10, 048, 931, 299  5,895,000  Housing and Home Finance Agency: Home Owners' Loan Corporation: For transfer of assets: Home office building transferred to Federal Works Agency .......................... . Capital stock of Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation .•........•......... For recovery of interest expense: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation...... .  2,972,359 100, 000, 000 25,181,750  Total, Home Owners' Loan Corporation....••••••.•.........••......•.......••.•.......  128,154,109  $510, 848, 904 40,367,816 122, 672, 200 9,735,562  Department of Agriculture: Commodity Credit Corporation: For recovery of losses: Current year. _____________ -- -- -· .•..•..........•............................................................. Prior year .•.....••.••••.•••...............•......••••...•.•...............•................•........•........  471,046 55,768,386  Total, Department of Agriculture •......•.•...••.•.•..•••........................................•.•.......  56,239,432  Total, cancellation of notes.......................................... --······ ........... .  10, 177, 085, 408  62,134,432  REFUNDS OF RECEIPTS (see memorandum section at the end of table 8 for detail) ...•.......  2, 270, 159, 063  2, 708, 691, 000  STATUTORY PUBLIC DEBT RETIREMENTS (see memorandum section at the end of table 8 for detail) •••••..•.............•...•••.•............•...........••........................  831, 274, 486   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Anticipated supplemental  $800,000  666,881,189 ••••••••·•·•·•·••·••  $2,096,991,000  629, 191, 100  All  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  5  EFFECT OF FINANCIAL OPERATIONS ON THE PUBLIC DEBT Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] 1948  Description  1949  actual  estimate  1950  estimate  Net results of financial operations for the year: Budget surplus (or deficit -), from table l._ ------------------------·······-·························Excess of trust account receipts over eXPenditures, from table 10_···········-·················-·······Increase (or decrease-) in clearing account for outstanding checks, eto.-····-·····--·-··-·············  $8, 419, 469, 844. 2, 765, 632, 969 -507, 106, 039  -$599, 706,231 2, 709, 527, 567 400, 000, 000  -$873, 132, 522 2,017,094, 758  Total, results of financial operations for the year••·-······-·········-··--·-······················-···  10, 677, 996, 774  2, 509, 821, 336  1, 143, 962, 236  Trust account Investments(-) in the year, from table 10·········-········-·········-···················-·  -3, 059, 975,630  -2, 719, 286, 643  -1, 999, 569, 968  Treasury cash balance at beginning of the year •..•..•....••..•......•.........••.•..•.....•........... Treasury cash balance at end of the year (deduct) ....•...........•...................••...•••. ·--·····  3, 308, 136, 929 4,932,021, 477  4,932,021,477 3, 999, 309, 657  3, 999, 309, 657 3, 499, 701, 925  Cash available for debt retirement due to change In Treasury balance_·-·-··-·······················  -1, 623, 884, 548  +002, 711, 820  +499, 607, 732  Change in Treasury cash balance:  Net available for debt retirement •.•·-····-·--···········································-----···-··5,994,136,596 723,246,513 Net requirements for additional borrowing_ •.. ·-··•···· ... ··-· ......•...••..•... -· ••••..•••••..•.......•.....•.•••.•••.. ··-·· --·· -·· -···· .... ·······-  Public debt at beginning of the year.•..... ·-·--······-·-·········-·····-··-·········--·--·················· $258,286,383,109 $252,292,246,513 Net debt retirement during the year (->··------······-·--····--···-·-·-····-··-·····-···---·----···-· -5, 994,136,596 -723, 246,513 Net borrowing during the year ..•••••••••.•.•••••.....••..•..•...•.....•.•••..•..•...••••••.••...••.•. ··---·-·······-··-···-·- ·-··--·-----·-·-·-····--  Public debt at end or the year.. ·--·---·················-······················-··························-  252, 292, 246, 513  251, 569, 000, 000  356, 000, 000  $251, 569, 000, 000 356, 000, 000 251, 925, 000, 000  MEMORANDUM-DISTRIBUTION OF PUBLIC DEBT HOLDINGS t  Description  June 30, 1947, actual  June 30, 1948, actual  Held by the general public ••••• ·-······--··--·--······--·---·------·---·---·--··Held by the Federal Reserve Banks and Postal Savings Systems--·-············Held by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Federal Home Loan Banks 1•• Held by wholly owned Government corporations a•••• ----·-·--·-·-·-···-·-·--··· Held by major Government trust funds.·······-······-······-···-···-···-···-···  $203, 521, 766, 354 25, 184, 949, 290 1, 524, 826, 215 455, 259, 000 27, 599, 582, 250  $195,097, 569, 838 24, 665, 536, 650 1,420, 745, 225 456, 877, 550 30,651,517,250  Total public debt_ ... ------·--·-----·--·--- _____________ ·-------------------  258, 286, 383, 109  252, 292, 246, 513  t Holdings are shown at face value which is usually slightly below book value. • Includes securities held by Federal land banks, banks for cooperatives, and minor trust funds. a Includes securities held by Federal Housing Administration.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  June 30, 1949, estimate June 30, 1950, estimate  }  $217,731,342, 736  $216,046, 828, 428  466, 853, 371 33, 370, 803, 893  507, 797, 711 35, 370, 373, 861  251, 569, 000, 000  251, 925, 000, 000  A12  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  6  BUDGET RECEIPTS BY SOURCE  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950! Source  1948  actual  1949  1950  estimate  estimate  Dlreet tiaes on lndh1daala:  Income tax: Income tax withheld (dally Treasury statement basis) _______________________________ _  $11, 436, 102, 900  $10,414,000,000  $10, 680, 000, .ooo  Income tax not withheld: Current tax ____________________________ -__ -- __ • __ •• _. --•• ---•••• _-_----- ---------Back tax _________________________________________________________________________ _  8,847,469, 257 616,811,845  7, 446, 000, 000 670, 000, 000  7,807,000,000  Total, Income tax not withheld--·------·-·--·-··--·----------------····-------Adjustment to the daily Treasury statement basls·-------·-·---·-····--··---·-·--  9, 464, 281, 102 +96, 174,567  8, 116,000,000  8, 455, 000, 000  648,000,000  -- --- ----- --- --- ---- ------ ---------------- --  - ---- -- -- -- -  Gift tax ___________________________ -__ -___ -_-·- __ -- -- • --- -- --• ------------- -------- --------  9, 560, 455, 669 822, 380, 121 76,965,322  8, 116, 000, 000 739, 000, 000 58,000,000  8, 455, 000, 000 605, 000, 000 48,000,000  Total, direct taxes on Individuals __ ------------··--··---····--···--·--------·--·-·-·----  21, 895, 904, 012  19,327,000, 000  19, 788,000,000  8,864,267,024 987, 248, 085  10, 354, 000, 000 1, 161, 000, 000  10, 756,000,000 1, 356, 000, 000  Income tax not withheld__ ··-·--····-·-----------····-·-·-·--·-----------Estate taxTotal, ______________________________________________________________________ • _________ _  Dired tases on eorporstlons:  Income tax: Current tax ________ ·- ____ • _______ •• __ •• __ • __ ·- __ ._. __ •• ____ ._._ •• -· ••• _-· __ • ___ •• __ •• _ Back tax _____________________________ ._._._. _________________ • ____________________ --·_ Excess-profits true: Current tax ______________________ ._·- ___ .• ___ .·- ___ • ____ ••. __ • __ ·- ___ •. ______________ _ Back tax_ ••• _____ .·-._·-•• __ • -• -• ---· -•• ··-. ·------••• -•••••• -•• -••• -- -• -• -• -· -••••• -Declared value excess-profits tax: Back tax_··--·-·----·---··-----··--·······-··--··--·----  66,336,968 238, 914, 508 17,643,249  --------------- -- ------ ----- ----- ----------- ---- -- -- ---180, 000, 000 14,000,000  132, 000, 000 8,000,000  10, 174, 409, 834  11, 709, 000, 000  12, 252, 000, 000  1, 436, 226, 412 697,097, 258 34,983,321 60,961,809 13,519,426 12,035,804 453,663  1, 530, 000, 000 672, 000, 000 37,000,000 67,000,000 14,000,000 12,500,000  1, 602, 000, 000 680, 000, 000 39,000,000 70,000,000 14,000,000 13,500,000  500,000  500,000  Total, liquor taxes .•••••••• ·····-·--·······--·····-···············-·· ..•. ··-··-·_-·.  2, 255, 277, 693  2, 333, 000, 000  2,419,000,000  Tobacco taxes: Cigarettes (small)_. __ . ____ ·-.. _•.. __ . ___ .·-.-· •. _•.•••.•••.•••. _._.·- ..• _.. ___ .•.• __ .. Tobacco (chewing and smoking)_ ••. ··---·--·······-··-······-····················- •.. Cigars (large) .•. ··············-··--···-·····-···············-········-··--············ Snuff............. -· ...........••..•• ·· •• ·.···-····· -• • · -· • · · · • · · · · · • •• ·• · · · · · · ·· ··• -•· Cigarette papers and tubes.. ···················-·-····-·····················-···-····· All other·-... _._.-· ..............•.... _.. _••.• ·-._.-·_ .•• _.•• _... _............• ·-.....  1, 208, 199, 005 37,024,392 46,685,967 7,372,400 925,524 70,832  1,248,000,000 36,000,000 49,000,000 7,000,000 900,000 100,000  1, 275,000,000 35,000,000 50,000,000 7,000,000 900,000 100,000  Total, tobacco taxes_··········--·-·-·-·······-·--·-·-···--··-······-·---·-··········  1, 300, 278, 120  1, 341, 000, 000  1, 368, 000, 000  Stamp taxes: Issues of securities, bond transfers, and deeds of conveyance-·-············-···-······Stock transfers ...•. _.•. _....•...•...•...••••••.• ·-···· ••.•••. _•...••.•••.••••••••• _••• Playing cards •••••.•• ·-•.....•.. ·-.•... -· ..•••.•.••••.••.•.•.•••. _••.•••.•••••.••••••• Silver bullion sales or transfers .. ·-···-·········-·-·-············-···-········-·-·····-  50,771,303 20,373,528 7,867,224 453,881  48,000,000 20,000,000 7,500,000 500,000  47,000,000 20,000,000 7,500,000 500,000  Total, stamp truces •... -····.-···· ••..•••.••••••.••..••.••..••..•••.•••••••••••...• -·  79,465,936  76,000,000  75,000,000  Manufacturers' excise taxes: Gasoline••••••••••••••••• ·-···················---··--·············-··················· Lubricating oils.·-.•••.•••.••••••••••••••••••••• -· .•••.••••••..•••••••••••.••• _••.•••• Passenger automobiles and motorcycles ••• ····-·······-····-·····················-···· Automobile trucks, busses, and trailers .••• ·-······-·······················-·····-····· Parts and accessories for automobiles_········-·-···-····················-·-·-····-···· Tires and Inner tubes ••• ················-····················-·······-·····-········-· Electrical energy .•••••• _.-· •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.•••• ···-••••••• _•• -·. Electric, gas, and oil appliances •••••.••• -•• ········-···············-·-·············--· Electric light bulbs ••..••••••••.•.•• _.• -· ••••• ·-· ••.• ·-•••..•• __ •••••• _.-·-· •• -· ••••••• Radio receiving sets, phonographs, phonograph records, and musical instruments ••••• Refrigerators, refrigerating apparatus, and air•conditloners •••••••••• _••• _••••••• -•• ·-· Business and store machines ••• ·······-···-········································-··  478,637, 625 80,886,922 270, 958, 392 91,962,891 122, 950, 708 159, 284, 053 69,700,530 87,857,613 24,935,505 85,371,445 58,473,372 32,707,141  509, 000, 000 82,000,000 321, 000, 000 122, 000, 000 115, 000, 000 158, 000, 000 76,000,000 86,000,000 26,000,000  536, 000, 000 80,000,000 364, 000, 000 93,000,000  Total, direct taxes on corporations ____ ·---------·-·---·-----------·--·------·-·-·-··--·-· Excise cases,  Liquor taxes: Distilled spirits (domestic and lmported).--··-··--······----·-------------------··---Fermented malt liquors_·-·-·--··--·-···--··--·--··-···--· .. ···-·-····-- •••••• ·-···-·· Rectification tax •• __ ••• _•• ___ • __ .•• _•••• _•• ___ • __ ••• __ ••••• ___ •• __ ·- __ • __________ • ___ _ Wines (domestic and Imported)-·---·-··- ___ ---·-------·--·----------···--··-··----·_ Special taxes In connection with liquor occupatlons ___ ·--···-··--·-·····-···-·---··-··Contalner stamps_-··-· __ ._ ••• _._·-._ ..••••..•. ·-••• _••• _••.. ·-_ .• _.... _._ ••. ·-•• ·-. __ All other_._ •• _·-·-._._ .. ______ ••.... _.. _._ .•. _.•. _••.................••••••• ·-•••• ___ •   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  98,000,000  68,000,000  158, 000, 000 81,000,000 80,000,000 27,000,000 58,000,000  66,000,000 3i,ooo,ooo  63,000,000 30,000,000  A13  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  6-Continued  BUDGET RECEIPTS-Continued BY SOURCE-Continued 1948  Source  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  Excise taxes-Continued  Manufacturers' excise taxes-Continued Photographic apparatus ••••••••••.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•....••..••••.•.•.•.••..•...•.•••• Matches •••.•.•••••••.•••••.•••••.•...••.••••..••.••...•.•••.•.•...•.•••••.••.•••.•.•. Sporting foods •••...•.•.•••...•...•...••••...•.•.•..•••.•.•.•••.•••.•.•.•••.•.•....... Firearms, shells, pistols, and revolvers .•.••••.•.••••••.••.•.•.•.•.•.•••.•.•..••.......  $43, 935, 374 10,609,658 18,827,948 12,134,601  $49, 000, 000 10,000,000 21,000,000 13, 000, 000  $50, 000, 000 10,000,000 22,000,000 13, 000, 000  Total, manufacturers' excise taxes •..•.....••.••.•••...•...•...•.•.•.•.•...•.....•...  1. 649, 233, 778  1, 753, 000, 000  1, 763, 000, 000  Retailers' .excise taxes: Jewelry, etc••.•.•.•.•.•.•.....•...•...•.•.....••...•......•...••••••••••••...........• Furs .•..•.••....•...•.••........••••..•••.•••.•••.•.•••.•.•••.•••.•...............•••. Toilet preparations •••.•.•••.....•••••.•••.•.•.•.•.•.....•.•...............•••.•.•...•. Luggage, handbags, wallets, etc .•••.•.•••.•.•.•.•.•.....•...........•..••••.•.........  217, 899, 249 79,539,152 91,852,013 80,632,324  224,000,000 70,000,000 94,000,000 79,000,000  227, 000, 000 73, 000, 000 96,000,000 82,000,000  Total, retailers' excise tax ., s ... ..................................................... .  469, 922, 738  467, 000, 000  478, 000, 000  Miscellaneous taxes: Telephone, telegraph, radio, and cable facilities, leased wires, etc ...........•••........ Local telephone service .••.•.••••..••.•..••......•...•.....••..•...•••••••..........•.. Transportation of oil by pipe line ••.••..•......••••••.•...••..........•........•.••.•. Transportation of persons ....•.......••••••••••..••.••.•..•...............•.•......... Transportation of property .•.•••......•........•..•..•••.••.•••.•.•••..............••. Admissions, exclusive of cabarets, roof gardens, etc .••.•••.........•............•.••••. Cabarets, roof gardens, etc .•.••.....••.••••••........••.....•......•.••••••••.•.....•. Club dues and initiation fees ..••.••••...............•....•••..•••••...•.........•..•.. Leases of safe•deposit boxes..••.••••.•.....•............•••••..•••••...•.........•..... Coconut and other vegetable oils processed ••••..••••..•......•..........•.••..••...... Oleomargarine, etc., including special taxes and adulterated butter •••.•.••....••..•••. Sugar tax ...•.•..•••••.••••.•.•......•........•••••••••.•...•.•..•.........•..••.••••. Coin.operated amusement and gaming devices •••......•.•......••••.•.........•..•••. Bowling alleys and billiard and pool tables •..•.....•••..•••••••••••................••. All other, including repealed taxes •.•.•.•..••••.•..•••.••.•..•••.•................••••.  275, 255, 152 193,520,917 18,773,045 246,323, 047 317, 203, 134 385, 100, 699 53,527,145 25,499,193 9,081,103 25,704,320 9,826,021 71,246,834 19,270,941 4,085,677 3,061,969  295, 000, 000 216,000,000 20,000,000 250, 000, 000 355, 000, 000 390, 000, 000 49,000,000 27,000,000 9,000,000 21,000,000 16,000,000 68,000,000 20,000,000 4,000,000 5,000,000  300, 000, 000 238, 000, 000 21,000,000 245, 000, 000 372, 000, 000 400, 000, 000 47,000,000 28,000,000 10,000,000 25,000,000 16,000,000 68,000,000 20,000,000 4,000,000 3,000,000  Total miscellaneous taxes ....•••.•••••••••••.•••••••..••...••........••..••.•.•..•..  1, 657, 479, 197  1, 745, 000, 000  1, 797, 000, 000  Adjustment to" daily Treasury statement basis .•.....••.••••••••..........••......•.....•.  -9, 627,538  ---------------------------- -____ .,. _____ --- -------- --- -- -  Total, ,excise taxes .•••••.•••••••••..•.•••..•.•.•••.•••••.•......••..•••••••..•••....• ··•· 1=====7='=40=2=,0=2=9'=9=24=!-=====7=, , 7=1=5'=oo=o,=oo=o=i'======7,=900=,=ooo=. , 000= Emploflllent taxes: I 2, 420, 000, 000 1, 616, 044, 525 1, 754, 000, 000 Federal Insurance Contributions Act ...........•................•.....••....•..••.•...•.•. +117,519 Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis ......•••••••••••.•••...••...............•.. Total •.•...•.•..........•......••.•••...•.•.•••.... ···•·••·•·····•·····•···•·•••••··•••·  1, 616, 162, 044  1, 754, 000, 000  2, 420, 000, 000  Federal Unemployment Tax Act .....•.................••..•••..•.•••.....•...•........... Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis .••••••........................•...•.••••••.  207, 920, 070 -1, 414  229, 000, 000  239, 000, 000  Total •••..............•...•...••••••••.•••••••.•.•••........•...••...•...•....••.....•..  207, 918, 656  229, 000, 000  239, 000, 000  Railroad Retirement Tax Act ..••••••.••..••••••.•..•.•••••...•......•.................•.. Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis ..............••....••....•.•...•...........  557, 070, 694 -9, 912  616, 000, 000  654, 000, 000  Total .....•.........••.••••••...•••.•••..•..••••.•...••••.•......•..•.....•....... ······i======5=5=7,=0=60=,=78=2:CCl======6=1=6,=000=,000==1=======654=.000='=000= Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act: 14,514,665 9,746,000 ·Receipts from contributors............................................................ Transfer from unemployment trust fund (adjustment for retroactive credits taken by contributors)........................................................................ .... ........................ 11,000,000 1,254, ooo  1-----------~-----------1-----------  Total. ••••••..••.•...........•.........•..•....•.••.•••••.•••••••.•.••..•.••••.••. 1======1=4,'=5=14='=66=5=1-=======l=l,=OOO=.ooo==l=======l=l=,ooo=,=ooo= Total, employment taxes under existing legislation .••.....................••.•.•. · 1======2='=3=95='=65=6='=14=7=1=======2='=61=0=,=000=,=ooo~l======3=,3=24=,000=~•000~ Proposed legislation: 2 1, 700, 000, 000 Federal Insurance Contributions Act (including disability insurance) .....................••...•••.•..•.....•..........•..............••••••••• 2 260, 000, 000 Health insurance pay•roll tax ........•••••.•••••.•••••.•.................•.......•.••......................................•....•.............. Total, proposed legislation ..••......•...•...•••••...•••.....................•.•..•..........................................................  11, 960,000,000  Total, employment taxes under existing and proposed legislation....•............••. 1======2='=39=5=,==656=,=14=7=1======2=,=61=0=,0=00=,000==1=======5=,2=8=4'=0=00=' , '=000= f'ustoms.......................................................................................  420,603,939  407,000,000  407,000,000  Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis .••••.•••••••••.•..............•••..••••.... 1-_ _ _ _ _ _+_1_,_11_9_,_08_9-l-._._ .._._ .._._._ .._._._ .._._··_-_._.._._._ .._._.1•._·_··-·_··_·_·_··-·_·_··_·_·•_·_·_··_·_·_··_·_· Total, customs ••••••••••••••••.•••••.••••...••...•••..•.•...•••....••................... !::::=====4=2=1,=7=23=·=028=========40=7=·=ooo==,ooo= •=======40=7='=000==,ooo= 1 Based on the scheduled increase from 1 percent to 1½ percent each on employers and employees effective Jan. 1, 1950. The estimate also assumes change in the method of collection requiring, with certain exceptions, that tax payments be deposited in designated depositaries in the first month following the month of liability. Under present regulations tax payments are due on the last day of the first month following the end of the quarter in which the liabilities accrued. 1 These estimates assume that tax payments will be deposited in designated depositaries in the first month following the month of liability, 800000-49--VIII   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  il4  .THE BbbGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  6-Continued  BUDGET RECEIPTS-Continued BY SOURCE-Continued  Source  1948  1949  actual  1950  estimate  estimate  Miscellaneous receipts: Miscellaneous taxes: General accounts: Immigration head tax ••.••..••.•.•.•...•.•.••••••.........•..•...............•.... Tonnage tax. ....••••••••••••.•.••..•.•••.....••.....•.............•.........•.•.. Taxes, Canal Zone ••.••.•••.•.•.•.•...••..•..............•.•.•.•...•••.....•.•.•.. Special accounts: Federal intermediate credit banks franchise tax ...•............................... Taxes on firearms, shells, and cartridges, sec. 3407, Internal Revenue Code .••.....  $2,342,672 3,170,901 156,710  $2,350,000 3,170,900 150,000  $2,360,000 3,170,900 150,000  222,119 11,276,687  178, 181 11,275,000  195,100 11,275,000  Total, miscellaneous taxes •••.•••••••••••••••.••..•••.•.•••...•......••..•.......  17,169,089  17,124,081  17,151,000  5,076 76,115  6,000 76,100  6,000 76,100  2,496,134  2,522,190  2,294,000  67,652  300,000  300,000  7,084,517  7,000,000  7,000,000  9,729,494  9,904,290  9,676.100  Assessments: General accounts: Overtime service, Federal Communications Commission .......•.•.•...•.•........ Overtime service, marine inspection, and navigation •••.....•.•.•.•............... Special accounts: Assessments, examination costs, and supervisory services for banks and corpora• tions, Farm Credit Administration, act of July 22, 1942 (50 Stat. 700) ........... . Revenues, Colorado River dam fund, All•American Canal, act of Dec. 21. 1928 (45 Stat. 1057) .................................................................. . Revenues, Colorado River dam fund, Boulder Canyon project, act of Dec. 21, 1928 (45 Stat. 1057) .••..•••...•.•...•.•••...•..............•....•.......••........•... Total, assessments•••••.•••••••...•...•••.•.•••••..•••......••..•••••..••.••..  Fees: General accounts: Admission fees ..................•..................•.............................. 11,355 Admission of attorneys to practice before executive departments and establishments. 8,160 Agricultural Commodities Act .................•.................................. 263,584 Canal Zone ..............•.....••.•.......•...........••............•...•...•...•. 5,580 China Trade Act ..........................•......•................................ 675 Clerks, United States courts ...•....•.••••..........•.......•...•••............... 964,005 Clerks, Emergency Court of Appeals ......................•...............•....... 1,514 Commissions on telephone pay stations in Federal buildings .•••..•............... 1,294,976 Consular and passport .••..................................•••.•.................. 6,071,580 Copying .•••..........••••........................•.............••••.............. 97,826 Copyright ...............................•......................................... 524,598 Court of Claims..•.•...........•..................................•............... 12,067 Certifying railroad tariffs ..•.................••••..••......•...............•....... 3,205 Court of Customs and Patent Appeals .•.......................................... 6,332 Customs .....••••.........••.........••........••..••..•..................•....•.. 24,139 Fees and commissions, land offices ..........................................•...•. 33,626 Fees and other charges, sec. Sa (4) Commodity Exchange Act •..•..•......•....•••. 82,498 Fees, sale of timber (Indians) .••••....•..........................••............... 234,167 Federal Firearms Act. .••.•....•.................................................. 32,749 Filing fees, Trust Indenture Act of 1939, Securities and Exchange Commission .•.. 394 Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, fees, sec. 506 (b), and 706...........•.............. 550,935 Inspection of tobacco ........................•...••...•............................ 4,375 Immigration and naturalization fees and permits ...................•....••.•...... 1,039,331 Marshals, United States courts..•.........••..............••..•.••................ 187,097 Migratory•bird hunting stamps .................................................. . 1,775,985 Naval stores grading .•............................................................ 7,115 Navigation .....•••••••••••.•••..••.••..••...•.•••.•••.•••.••...............•..••.. 302,875 Patent (earned) .................................................................. . 5,525,842 Registration fees, correspondence courses..•.....••......•........•..•............. 191,824 Registration, securities and exchange....•.•.........•••.•...............••...•.... 759,657 Registration under Neutrality Act ...................•.........•................•. 33,212 Services performed for Indians ••••......••.........•.•...........•................ 88,525 Testing .......................••............•.••....•.........•.• ·•··············· 188, 772 Testing lees, enforcement of Tea Importation Act ................................ . 31,125 The Tax Court of the United States ...•...•.•••.•...........•.......•...•......... 53,416 Vending machines ..•.•.....•.............••..........•........•...........•.••... 22,175 Warehouse Act ...............•...••.•.....••.••................................... 15,547 Water and power ri11hts .......................................................... . 204 All other fees of courts not collected by clerks or marshals ...•....•••.............. 1,183 Other.........••••••.••••••••.•.••..•••....••................................•.... 142,800 Special accounts: Fees and commissions, land offices, act of June 17, 1902 (32 Stat. 388).. ...........• • 95, 831 Fees and commissions, land offices, reclamation fund, act of June 17, 1902.......... 160,149 Fees. Federal Credit Unions ................••.•..........••..••..••.............••...•••••••••••.•••••....... • Deduct, result of adjustment of classification of pri()r years· recaipts.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  8,000 8,000 8,300 8,300 285,000 275,000 6,000 5,000 700 700 900,000 900,000 1,500 1,500 1,334,630 1,295,085 7,511,000 6,805,000 93, 785 92,285 ,. 1, 000, 000 1,000,000 17,500 15,000 3,500 4,000 5,000 5,000 24,100 24,100 30,000 30,000 17,000 17,000 250,000 250,000 32,950 32,950 800 800 161,900 - -- ----- -- -- ------ -- -- ---- - 1,500 2,000 1,225,000 1,215,000 188,000 188,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 5,000 5,000 302,900 302,900 5,780,000 6,000,000 160,000 161,000 815,000 815,000 33,010 25,010 90,000 00,000 225,000 243,000 31,100 31,100 55,000 55,000 23,355 25,190 15,000 15. 000 200 200 1,400 1,700 128,520 129,520  160,000 845, 168  160,000 250,000  A15  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  6-0ontinued  BUDGET RECEIPTS-Continued Bl SOURCE-Continued Source  1948 actual  1949 estimate  Miscellaneous receipts--Continued Fees-Continued Special accounts-Continued Deposits: Certification and inspection services, Food and Drug Administration ••....... ··•························Deposits, fees, and other charges. financing war contracts...•... ·-···········•· $6,039,247 692,420 Expenses of referees in bankruptcy............................................ Salaries of referees in bankruptcy.............................................. 643,374 Total, fees ........•...••.....•..............................•.•••......•.....  28,033,384  Fines and penalties: General accounts: Antinarcotic laws ....•..........•..•...............•.....••.••.....•......•..•.•.. 6,690 Antitrust Jaws ..... -······-·-······............................................... 283, 581 Canal Zone....................................................................... 64,260 Coast Guard ..... _.............••... -· ..•.•......•.....•.............•..•......... _...................... -... . Customs Service.................................................................. 402, 919 Emergency price control and Second War Powers Act............................. 1,163,617 25,153 Enforcement of National Prohibition Act......................................... 394,215 Immigration and Naturalization Service ••••....................••..•••.•...•..... 64,410 Internal revenue ... _........•••••.••.•.......................•...••.•.• ··--·-····· 320,621 Interstate Commerce Act. .•.............•••...•••.•••........•••....•.•.•••.••... 246,994 Liquidated damages .......•.•...•.••••.....••......................•.•••.••..•... Navigi,.tiou ..........•.••...•......................•••......••..................... 49,366 197 Penalties, delinquency payments, water conservation and utilization projects .••.• 39,457 Penalties, cotton.marketing quotas, Agricultural Adjustment Act or 1938 ......... . 1,799 Penalties, peanut.marketing quotas, Agricultural Adjustment Act or 1938.•..••.•. 4,608,834 Penalties, tobacco marketing quotas, Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938.•••..... 168,072 Penalties, wheat marketing quotas, Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938.........• 290 Public Health Service.........•.•....••...................••.........•.•.•.••..... 13,882 Public lands and reservations ....•....•.••.••.................•.......•.•....••..•. 2,018,178 Treble damages, Emergency Price Control Act .......•...•.•..................•... 52,490 Violations, air•trafflc regulations_ ...........•..•.....•..•.....•.....••............ 342,353 Violating regulations and 8•hour law of 1912.........••.......•...•...•.••...•..... 27,200 Violations, Federal Alcohol Administration Act .....•............................. 72,861 Violations, Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938..................•••................. 228,081 Violations, Public Contracts Act ...•..•.•.•••.••..•..•....•........•........••.... 2,133,053 Other .....•.........•.•.•............••.•..... _•••.••••••.•.••....•..•....•....... Total, fines and penalties_ .•...•.•.•••.••...•.......•......•.•.•.••.....•.•.....  12,728,573  Forfeitures: General accounts: Bonds of aliens, contractors, etc................................................... 215,074 Bonds under Narcotic Art........................................................ 7,450 Bonds under National Prohibition Act............................................ 6,298 Bribes to United States officers.................... ..........•.••..••...•.•.•...•• 7,386 Escheated estates, Adjusted Compensation Act, 1936............. .........•.•.•.. 1,953 68. 363 Excess prot-eeds of withheld Veterans Administration foreign checks............... Customs Service.................................................................. 452, 974 Effects of deserters and enlisted men.............................................. 655 Forfeitures of deposits. Surplus Property Act...................................... 20,828 Funds and proceeds from other public property captured from the enemy......... 601,863 1, 000 Immigration forfeitures............................................................ Livestock trespassing on national forests and parks................................ 5,744 Sale of land and buildings_........................................................ 2, 285 Savings, deposits of deserters, Navy............................................... 68 Secret Service Division............................................................ 650 Unclaimed balances in Treasurer U. S. Suspense account.......................... 2,521 15,968 Unclaimed funds and abandoned personal property............................... Unclaimed and abandoned merchandise........................................... 90, 142 Unclaimed funds of patients, Freedmen's Hospital................................ 488 Unclaimed moneys and wages remaining in registry of courts..•..........••...... _ 178,834 Unclaimed moneys of legally adjudged insane of Alaska ...... ·-··················· ....••.......•.•.......•...• Unclaimed odd pennies in employees' pay•roll•allotmentaccounts for War Savings 4,243 bonds_ .........•.••.....•.••...•.•.•.•••.......•.....•.•...•..••.....••..••..... 177, 712 Unexplained balances in cash accounts .•••.•.•...•.•...•.........................• 3,932 Under Narcotic Act ..........•.•.•••••.••••••••.••...........•.•..............••.. 3,527 Under National Prohibition Act. ....•.••••.............••...•...•................ 98,087 Other .•••....••••••.•••••.•••.••.•.•......••...•.••...•.••..••......•.•••......... Total, forfeitures •••••.••••••••••••..•••.......... __ .•.••••••......•••••.•....•.•   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  1,968,045  1950 estimate  $967,400 30,000  $1,100,000  853,500  838,500  935,000 919,000  25,696,673  26,231 885  8,500  8,500 300,000  300,000 60,000 5,000  402,900 510,000 20,300  309,000 12,500 175,000 239,100 132,500  25,000  60,000 5,000 402,900 510,000  20,300 234,000 12,500 175,000 224.100 132,500  100,000 2,000 4,600,000 160,000 270 8,000 1,225,050 60,000 290,780 25,000 75,000 250,000 2,140,918  100,000 2,000 4,000,000 150,000 270 8,000 250.0.'iO 60,000 290,780 25,000 75,000 250,000 2,118,118  11,111,818  9,414,018  201. 205 5,000 6,200 7,200 500 60,000 452,700 700 19,400 45,000 4,200  194,805 5,000 6,200 7,200 500 55,000 452,700 700 2,900 45,000 500 2,200  600 500 8,323 90,000 500 29,000 300  600 500 5,570 90,000 500 29,000 300  1,850 56,600 3,500 3,000 71,627  '1,575 54,100 3,500 3,000 66,125  1,068,405  1,027,475  500  A16  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  6-Continued  BUDGET RECEIPTS-Continued BY SOURCE-Continued  Source  1948 actual  1950 estimate  1949 estimate  Miscellaneous reeeipls-Continued Gifts and contributions: General accounts: Deposits of funds belonging to military organizations of the Army disbanded at close of World War L-----------------------------------------------------·----· Donations to the United States .. ·--·-······---·--··--·---•·-·--····---·--···-·-·· Donations to United States for war activities.·-------···---------·--··---·--······ Moneys received from persons known.·-·----···-·······-······-··-·•-·······----· Moneys received from persons unknown·---------------·----------·-···----·--··· Residue of funds of quasi•governmental organizations .. ·-·-·-····-·····--·-·-····· Return of grants, Farmers' Home Administration .. -------·----··-·-·----····----· Return of grants, Farmers' Home Administration (emergency relief).··-·-·-··-··· Return of mileage paid to Members of Congress·---·········•---···-············-·  $12 8, 252,.963 500 49, 734 74,435 136,988 6,411 8,101 190  $5 130,473  $5 130,400  25, 120 31,675 7,000  25,120 27,625 100 7,000  Total, gifts and contrihutions •• ------·------·-·-·---------·-·--·--·-·······---··  8,529,334  194,473  190,250  6,912 1,247,415  2,534 1,247,415  Interest, exchange and dividends: General accounts: Dividends on shares of Federal savings and loan associations ...... -··-····-··•-··· 15,966 851,510 Dividends on capital stock, Federal home loan hanks ... ·--·---·-·---·-·--···--·-Dividends on capital stock, Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation ___ ····-········· --····-··-·-·····-·-·······Dividends on capital stock of Panama Railroad Company, owned by the United 700, 000 States. _____ ·------· ........... -·--. ____ ·-· .. _.........••.•.•. ·--·-·-··-_ ..... ·-. Dividends on capital stock, Reconstruction Finance Corporation ...... ·---··--···· ···············-···--······Earnings from payments to Federal Reserve banks for industrial loans .. ·····-··· 35,106 Earnings, Prison Industries fund .......... ·-·······-···-···-·-········-····--···(') Federal control of transportation systems (repayments to appropriations) ....... -. 5,291 Gain by exchange............ ·-·-_.·-_ ............. _.. __ .... -·----··-·-·- .... ·-._. 487,981 Interest on loans to railroads after termination of Federal control, etc. (repayments 1,439,718 to appropriations).·--·······-·-···------·-··--·-·-·····-·-··-··--···-·-·-·-·-·-Interest on obligations of Virgin Islands Company---·-·-··-·-·--·--·-·-----······ -·•········-···-···-·------· 413, 161 Interest earned on Commodity Credit Corporation securities.·-··-····-···-··-·-·· Interest on capital stock, Commodity Credit Corporation _____ ·····-·····-···-·-·· 5,219 Interest collections of Farmers' Home Administration.·----·-··-···-··-·-···-····· 99,781,559 Interest collections, sec. 16 Federal Reserve Act, as amended·-···--·-···---····--· 4,431,980 Interest earned on Home Owners' Loan Corporation bonds ... ·--·-----·-·-·--··-573,310 Interest earned on Tennessee Valley Authority securities.. ·-·-·····-·-·-·-------·10,019,326 Interest earned on Export-Import Bank securities·----·-··--····--·-·----·-------· 6,251,496 Interest earned on United States Housing Authority notes.·-··-··-·---····--·---· 10,727 Interest from central branch, Union Pacific R. R--······-·-·-··-····-·---·-··-···lnterest on advances to Colorado River dam fund. Boulder Canyon project..---·· 2. 009, 235 131,907 Interest on advance payments to contractors ___ ···---····-··-····-·---·-·-··-·-·-·· Interest on bonds of Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission_ 1. 167 28,592,659 Interest on deferred collections or payments ___ :_·-·-·-·-····-····-·-··----·----·-· Interest on emer~ency crop Joans ilu·ictent to remo~al of enetny aliens _____________ _ 4,751 1,050 Interest on loans for Indian rehabilitation·-·-···-······-·---·--···-·-···-·-··-·-·· 341 Interest on loans, Rural Electrification Administration·-···-·-······-···-·······-· Interest on funded obligations of foreign governments held by the United States 310,351 under refunding agreement ... _.·-·-·-·· .... ··-·-· .... ··-·-·--·-·----··--··--·--· 6,837,423 Interest on Government-owned semrities. -····-···--··-·-·-··-------·-·-··---··-· Interest on loans, Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration (emergency relief). __ 11,757 Interest on loans to States, municipalities, etc., Public Works Administration 118,954 and Defense Public Works ____ ....... -·-·-···-·--·-·······-·-··--·---·-·----·--· 11,785 Interest on public deposits ... ··-··---···-·-·-····-··-·-·-· .... ··-·-··---··------·· Interest on unpaid principal on low.cost houses, Virgin Islands. __ -·-·-·-·-·-·---65 Interest and premiums on obligations of Reconstruction Finance Corporation.-··89,498,000 Interest and profits on Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation bonds·-·--·---·----·58,224 Surplus from liquidation, California Electric Power Co., Successor to Basic Magn~s1.um, Inc _________________________________ ---- ___ --- - _________ ---- --- --- -- - - -5,561 Surplus from liquidation, Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation.-·-·---·--·-8 Surplus from liquidation, Port Angeles Western R. R. Co., Port Angeles, Wash- ..• 25,457 (•) Surplus from liquidation, United States Spruce Production Corporation.·------·-· Surplus from liquidation, Tennessee Valley Associated Cooperatives, Inc·-------·(') Military and naval insurance, Veterans Administration, premiums on term in• 251,833 surance (repayments to appropriationsl---·····---·---·-·-··--···--···----------  200  (')  500,000 (•)  500,000 (')  30,000 (•)  30,000 (')  3,968 84,700  4,000 55,000  6,289 15,645 2,000,000  13,420  (•)  6,500 2,500,000 (')  ---------------------------- ---------------------------175,000, 000 2,290,000 540,000 15,195,000 6,693,800 5,000 2,425,000  250, 000, 000 925,000 1,030,000 15,997,000  91,300  86,300  37, 9:39, 6fi0  900  31,041,288 2,000 900  306,672 14,031,000 38,010  302,864 19,026,000 30,010  90,000 11,350 50 1,434,000  85,000 11,350 50 14,458,000  2,500  6,646,000  5,000 2,500,000  1,500 ·-···-··-···--·-·--·-·--·-·· 25,000  25,000  (•)  40,000  • Excludes payments from expenditure accounts of Government corporations and enterprises into miscellaneous receipts of the Treasury for retirement of pald•ln capital and disposition of surplus (see memorandum ~ertion at the end of this table).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A17  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  6-Continued  BUDGET RECEIPTS-Continued BY SOURCE-Contlnned Source  Miscellaneons receipts-Continued Interest, exchange and dividends-Continued Special accounts: Interest and profits on investments, Pershing Hall Memorial fund_--------------Deposits, amounts realized by War Damage Corporation from operntions_. __ ..... _ Deposits, Emergency fund, Panama Railroad Company _________________________ _  1948  1949  actual  1950  estimate  $5,083  estimate  $5,083  $5,083  262,897, 961  260, 060, 754  346,536,614  SeigniomgP ----------------------------------------------------------------------  2,318,316 36,980,863  2,313,000 36,000,000  2,313,000 39,000,000  Total, mint receipts ________________________ . __ ... __ . ____ . ______ . ____ . ________ ._.  39,299,179  38,313,000  41,313,000  184,600 532,600 161,562 6,000 3,009,300 48,000  174,600 529,700 161,725 6,000 3,244,300 48,000  113,000 1,373,200 107,750 50  113,100 1,461,200 102,750  18,696 215,038 1,215,000 235,100 50  9,581 216,175 1,425,000 235,100  Total, Interest, exchange, and dividends ________________________________________ _ Mint receipts: General accounts: Profits on coinage, bullion, deposits, etc __________________________________________ _  (')  10,000,000  Permits, privileges, and licenses: General accounts: Alaska fund _________________________________________________ . _______ . __ . ________ .. 100,746 Business concessions _________________ . _____________________ ------------- ________ .. 560,045 Licenses under Federal Power Act _______________________________________________ _ 161,021 Permits for camps and recreational sites __________________________________________ _ 5,997 2,745,599 Permits to enter national parks _______________ -----------------------------------Permits, fishing and hunting ________________ . __________________________ . _______ ._. 45,651 Permits to operate motor vehicles, Interstate Commerce Commission ____________ _ 4,429 Power permits ______________________________ . _______ . ____________________________ _ 50,6.51 Revenues, Washington National Airport _________________________________________ _ 779,852 Rights-of-way on and occupancy of public lands and reservations _________________ _ 122,000 ('t1-1er ___________________________________________ -___ . --- ----- --- ------------ --- __ _ 7 Special accounts: Deposits for educational expenses, children of employees, Yellowstone National Park _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ _  50  Licenses under Federal Power Act________________________________________________ Power revenues, Indian irrigation projects _____ -----------------------------------Receipts under Grazing Act ______________________________________________________ _ Revenues, Indian Arts and Crafts Board _________________________________________ _ Revenues, purchase of lands and other property, Mammoth Cave National Park ..  210,721 1,610,727 335,067 143 • 78,608  Total, permits, privileges, and licenses _________________________________________ _  6, 750,048  7,219,946  7,727,331  33,017 2. 570 20,139 385,336 86, 184 1,124 42,349 548,556 20,424,600 44,126 197,272  20,000 3,000 20,050 400,000 86,000 1,000 45,000 560,100 3,694.127 45,000 211,525  15,000 7,000 20,550 400,000 86,000 1.000 50,000 582,400 1,500 45,000 209,350  1,266, 187  1,100,000  1,126,000  324,010  300,000  300,000  758,870  22,770  500,000 444,475 182, 767, 600 1,060 4,970.135 70,000 30,020 400,080 114,673  500,000 369,475 94,020,980 1,060 3,666,085 70,000 30,020 410,100 118,165  Reimbursements: General accounts: Auditing accounts of American Red Cross ________________________________________ _ Bankmptcy Act as amended, Interstate Commerce Commission. ________________ _ Cable and radio messages ________________________________________________________ _ Collections under Cotton Standards Act.----------------------------------- _____ _ Collections under Grain Standards Act ___________________________________________ _ Compensation received by Federal employees from private sources _______________ _ Constmction charges (Indian Service) __________________________________ ._. ______ ._ Cost of administration, Federal Power Act _______________________________________ _ Cost of handling penalty maiL __________________________________________________ _ Costs from estates of deceased Indians ____________________________________________ _ Court costs ____________ ----------- ___________ --- -- . -- . ------ -- ----- --- -- --- -- - --- . Jly the District of Columbia for services rendered by The Judiciary and the Department of Justice __________________________________ . ______ . ____________________ . __ _ Maintenance of District of Columbia inmates in Federal penal and correctional institutions _______________________________________________________________________ _ Deductions from awards of Mixed Claims Commission, United States and Germany, to cover reimbursement for expenses Incurred by the United States in respect thereof; Settlement of War Claims Act of 1928, sec. 2 (e) __________________ _ Expenses, miscellaneous __________________________________________________________ _ Expenses for bringing home interned American citizens_-------------------------Expenses of international service of ice observation and patrol__ __________________ _ Excess cost over contract price ___________________________________________________ _ Excessive profits on renegotiated contracts __ -------------------------------------Excess witness fees _________________________________________________ . __________ . __ _ Government property lost or damaged ___________________________________________ _ Government property Jost or damaged, National Guard __________________________ _ Hospitalization charges and expenses _______________________ . ______ ._-------------_ Inspection of perishable food and farm products __________________________________ _ Jury service_. ___ • ________________________________________________________________ _  31,398 1,511,520 50,309 438,465  35.5,338 161, 725, 423 439 6,405,510 27,408 45, 121 390,540 142,717  50  • Deduct, result of adjustment of classification of prior years' receipts. 1 Excludes payments from expenditure accounts of Government corporations a.nd enterprises into miscellaneous receipts of the Treasury for retirement of :paid-in capital !Ill~ dlfposltlon of surplus (see memorandum section at the end of this table).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A18  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  6-Continued  BUDGET RECEIPTS-Continued BY SOURCE-Continued  Source  1948 actual  1949 estimate  Miscellaneous receipts-Continued Reimbursements-Continued General accounts--Continued Lapsed appropriations ..•...•................•...•.•..........•.....•.•...•.•..... $66, 203, 497 Loss of continuous discharge books, etc., Marine Inspection and Navigation .•.•... 13,996 Federal old•age and survivors' insurance trust fund, reimbursement to general fund. 13,018,698 Maintenance and irrigation charges, irrigation system, Indian Service...........•. 4,222 Moneys recovered in narcotic and prohibition areas •••........................•••. 1,454 Of appropriations made for Indian tribes .........•.•.•••..............••.......... 185,950 Printing of records .••..•.•.............•.•.•••...•.•.•.•••..•....••......•........ 493 Refund on royalties •..............•.•.•.........•....•....•..•....•.•••.•••.....•. 1,083,112 Receipts, storage, reservoirs .....•.•.•.•.•.....•.......••............•.•...•....... 18,000 Refund of terminal leave compensation •.•.•...................................... 2,275,635 Refund of money advanced under Emergency Relief and Construction Act of 1932. • 10,000 Refund on enlistment allowances and clothing bounties ......•....••••••••......•. 386 Refund, State and local taxes ........•....•.•••......................•.......••...• 317,954 Refund of transportation charges •......•...•••••.•••••.••.••........•.•.••........ 22,650,713 Refund of empty containers...•.•.•...•.•.....•.....•.............•.......•....... 159,339 Refund of utility charges••••••••••••.........•.•...............................•.. 73,672 Reimbursement for claims paid or receivables canceled under War Claims Act of 1948••.•.••••••••. · • • •• · .•••.••• • • · .••••••••••••• · • · • · · · · • · · · • · • · • · •...... .. . . . . . · · • .. -...•.•.•••••.•........ Reimbursement by the District of Columbia to the United States for services rendered by Freedmen's Hospital.................................................. 828,729 Reimbursement for auditing corporation accounts................................. 208,012 Reimbursements for expenses, American Mexican Claims Commission............ 242, 599 Reimbursements, advances to Oregon and California land•grant fund .................•.•....•.•..•••.•••..••. Reimbursement of expenses, Coos Bay Wagon Road grant lands, Douglas County, Oreg .•.•................................••..••.••••...........•................. 2,826 Reimbursement by the District of Columbia for advances for acquisition of londs under sec. 4, act May 29, 1930, as amended (National Capital Park and Planning Commission) ................••...........•..•••.•••.•...•......•.......•...•.•.• 150,000 Reimbursement on account of reimbursable construction costs, water conservation and utilization projects, act of Oct. 14, 1940, as amended........................ 79,250 Reimbursement of relief moneys furnished American citizens in Europe .................•..•.•....•••...•.•.•. Reimbursement on account of reimbursable development costs in connection with lands and improvements ..•....•.....•.•••••••..•.•.•.•.••.•...............•.... 54,397 Reimbursements, defense aid: Agricultural, industrial, and other commodities .•.. 31,585,095 Revenues, power system, Flathead Reservation, Mont •••.•.••.......•••...•...... • 242,090 Reimbursements from Federal Reserve banks: Contingent expenses .•..•.•.....••.•.••.............•.•.•••...•.•••...•••.•... 1,802 Salaries •••..........•............•......•...•......••...•.•................... 190,114 Repairs of Rock Island Bridge, Rock Island, IIL ......•.•••.•.•.••......•....•••.. 17,174 Salaries (unauthorized services) .......••..••.....•..•.•........................... 37,781 Services and expenses, reverse lend-lease.........•................................. 1,834,827 Settlement of claims against various depositors ..........•...•.........••...•...... 41,427 Transportation....•..••...........••.•.•..•....•....•.•................•.......... 4,293,691 Other •...............................•.•.•....•••...•.•........................... 8,682,869 Special accounts: Collections, reclamation fund ....••..•.••••.........•.•.•.•....................... 35,585,940 Reimbursements, maintenance and oPeration of commissary or mess service, Foreign Service .................................•............................... 692  Total, reimbursements .•.... _...• _......•. _._._ ••• _..... _... -·_._ ............ .  384,111,914  1950 estimate  $64, 171, 505 14,075 13,473,871  $49, 105, 170 14,075 13,883,742  5,000 185,000 550 451,000 25,000 850,402 1,000 450 253,125 6,028,028 182,910 3,850  5,000 185,000 550 351,000 20,000 760,470 500 450 125,225 5,018,000 186,410 3,510  800,000  10,000,000  400,000 125,000 1,738,000  400,000 1,200,000 125,000 500,000  2,800  2,800  1,200,000  --------------------------· -  1,098,711  100,000 1,200,000  100,000 1,000,000  14,000 30,000,000  19,000 13,000,000  4,200 235,293 18,000 6,200 300,000 22,300 2,934,430 6,062,821  4,300 266,000 15,000 6,200 100,000 16,300 2,009,430 4,013,132  24,505,000  26,005,000  350, 856, 525  231, 591, 430  Rents and royalties: General accounts: 185,856 200,000 Earnings, U, S. Army tank cars-·--······--···-···-·-·-··-·-·-·-·-·-·-·····-···--210,000 2,876 3,302 4,302 Ground rent .. ·----·-·-·-·--·-·-··-•-·-•-·-··-·--·-·-··-··-·--·-·-··--·-··· ...... . Pipe-line rentals ________ .... _._._ .... _._._._ ...•. _._._._._ .•. _.• _. __ .•.... _._ ..... . 16,250 17,500 17,500 11,560 Receipts from potash deposits, royalties, and rentals .... ·-·······--·-·-·-·····-·•· 1,925.044 2,560,000 Receipts from mineral leasing public lands •. ------···-·······-··-·•-······-··-·-·· 2,560,000 Receipts for range improvements ______ ..............•...... ·-·--.·-··.-···-···-· .. 344,740 365,000 365,000 Receipts from use and occupancy of agricultural labor supply centers, camps, and facilities ___ .. -·._ •.•. _._. __ .•• _... _..• _..•.•..•. -·._ ....... -· •. __ .... -· ..•. _-· .. . 222,291 100 3,534,683 Rent of docks, wharves, and piers •...• ·-··--·-----······-······-·-·-·············· 3,779,050 3,730,050 7,969,725 Rent of equipment ___ ···-·-···-·-··-·-· .• ·-·---·· .....•..•.• ·-·-·-······-·-·_·-·-· 4,859,058 3,865,308 16,143 16,600 Rent of camp and house sites.. ·-··-·--·-·-··-·-·-·-·····--··-·-···--·············· 17,600 118 Rent on low-cost housing projects .. ·-···········-···-·-····------·--·-·-·········· 2,873,058 2,762,950 2,715,450 Rent of land ...• ·-·-·-····· .. ·-·----··---·- __ ······-·······-·-·-·······-···-·--·-· 11,869,564 Rent of public buildings, grounds, etc.... ·-···-·-·-···-···-················-··---· 11,769, 150 11,775,250 150,960 Rent of telegraph and telephone facilities_·-·-·····---···-·-···-···---·-·····-···-· 121,300 113,800 159,871 Rent of water-power sites ___ -··_ .. ·-····-··-··--·····-·············-· .. ·---······· 162,000 164,000 142,132 100,000 Rentals on films leased._ .•........• ·-·-·---·-·-·--· ....• ·-·- ...•..••..•. ·-·----··. 100,000 43,878 Rental of airplanes. ___ ..•..... ·-····-·-·-···-·-··· ...•.•..• -····-······· ..•... ··-· 50,000 50,000 • Deduct, result of adjustment of classiflcatlon of prior years' receipts. • Excludes payments Crom expenditure accounts of Government corporations and enterprises into miscellaneous receipts of the Treasury for retirement of paid-in capital and dJsposition of surplus (see memorandum section at the end of this table).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A19  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  6-Continued  BUDGET RECEIPTS-Continued BY SOURCE-Continued  Source  1948  1949  actual  1950  estimate  estimate  Miscellaneous receipts-Continued Rents and royalties-Continued General accounts-Continued Rentals of tenant farms, Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration.............. $140,598 $110,000 $120, ooo Rental or operation of property, defense housing.................................. 95,292,033 33,404, 787 25,803,489 Rental or operation of property, defense housing, temporary shelter............... 100 ......••.•..••••...••••••••...••••••••••••••••.•.•.••••• Bonuses, rentals and royalties, all other........................................... 8,038 2,802 2,502 Royalties on coal leases in Alaska................................................. 26,078 26,000 26,000 Royalties, naval petroleum reserves, California.................................... 1,139, 754 1,875,500 1,875,500 Royalties on oil, gas, etc........................................................... 504,188 505,200 505,200 Royalties from oil, gas, sulfur, or other minerals, national wildlife refuges.......... 63, 225 50, 000 50, ooo Royalties and commissions from sales............................................. •..••...........•..••.•..... •••••••••••••••••••.•••.•••. 505,000 Other............................................................................. 2,561,496 2,825,091 3,242,394 8 pecial accounts: Deposits, rents, national defense housing projects (Emergency fund for the Presi• dent), Department of the Army•••••••••••••••••••••..•...•..••...•.........•.•• 24,172 25,000 23,000 Deposits, rents, national defense housing projects (U. 8. Housing Authority), Department of the Army••••••..••..••••••.••...•.•••.••.................•..••.. 43,108 50,000 43,000 Deposits, administration, etc., Illinois ordnance plant, Fish and Wildlife Service.. 126,000 Deposits, operating fund, United States Housing Act of 1937, as amended .•....... 40 Deposits, disposition or removal, war housing program, Public Housing Admin• 22,217,050 istration ....•..••....•.•••.•..••.•••.•.•.•...•......••.•..••••.•...•...•••....•.. 4,693,442 • 12, 967, 753 Potash deposits, royalties and rentals, act of Oct. 2, 1917..•..•...•••.•...•......... 72,652 333,300 Receipts from leases offlood•control lands ••...........•...•.••..••..•...•.......•. 325,000 255,114 Deposits, disposition or removal, homes conversion program, Public Housing 107,390 382,803 Administration ...••.•.•...•....••••.•••.•......••..•...••..•................... • 2,284,768 Deposits, disposition or removal, veterans' housing program, Public Housing 908,100 1,456,853 1,506,815 Administration .••••...•..•••.•...•.....................•.....................•. Deposits, operation, maintenance, etc., national defense housing, Public Housing 24,610,791 32,234,086 Administration ••.••.......••..••.••..••..••.••.••....•..•..............•...•... • 4,400,138 Deposits, operation, maintenance, etc., homes conversion, national defense housing, 1,665,920 2,151,989 Public Housing Administration ...••..••....................••.................• 2,522,774 Deposits, operation and maintenance of Resettlement projects, Public Housing 30-~-504 1,572,750 Administration... . •...•••...........••••...••.••..•...••....•...........•..........•..•.......•..•........ 23,040,0uO 23,040,000 Receipts from mineral leasing public lands........................................ 17,309,547 300 300 Receipts from mineral depo~its, lands purchased for Indians in Oklahoma......... 324 Receipts from potash deposits, royalties and rentals............................... 106,297 .•••••.........•............•.•.••...•...•.••.••..•.•••• Receipts from operation offunctions of War Shipping Administration............. 37, 920, 611 49,965,878 ·•·•·••••••••·•·•••··•··•••• Receipts from vessel operating functions of War Shipping Administration......... 10,000,000 .........•••........•..•.....••.•...•.•......•.....•••.•  Total, rents and royalties •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••..••••••......•......... Sales of Government products: General accounts: Agricultural products, including livestock and livestock: products •......•......... Card indexes, Library of Congress._ ••..•.•••••••••••••••••••••.•••••.•.••..•...•. Dairy products ..••....•.....•...•.••......•••.•...•••....•••••...••••••••••.••••• Electric current, power plant, Coolidge Dam, Ariz ..•....••...••..••..••.•••.••••• Electric current, Colorado River irrigation project, Arizona ..•...•.....•.......... Electric current ...•••..••.••..•.••••..••.••••••••••••••.••••••••..•••••••••••••.•• Films ...... -· .....•..............•..•••.•••.• ····-··· •••••...•.••..••.••• ••••••••• Grain samples ...•................••..••..•••••.••••••.•.•..•••.••.••••••••••••.•• Heat, light, power, and water .••••••.•.••.••..•.•.•.••..••.•••.....•..•••.•••.•••. Ice ......•.•.•...•.•.•••••••....••••••••••.••.••••••••••••••••.••.........•.....••• Loose cotton samples.•......•.•.•..•...•..•.•••••••••••••••••••••.......•.......•. Migratory Bird Conservation Act, receipts credited to the general fund •••..•..••. Occupational therapy products .................•••••.•.•.•••••••••.••..•.•.•...... Old, condemned, and surplus property, Department of the Navy .•.....•......... Photo duplications ..•......••.••••••..••.••.••.•....••........•.•••.•...••••••••.. Plans and specifications.....•.••.....•...........•........•..•••••.••....•..•..••. Public documents, charts, maps, etc..•••...•.•.•.•.••••....••...........•..•••••. Public timber....•..•...•.......•..•...•••••......•.................•......•...... Receipts from power operations and other sources, Tennessee Valley Authority ••• Sale of gas from helium plants, net profits ..•.•••..••••••.••..•....•......•...•.••• Sale and transfer of Government property, Federal property utilization program .... Sale and transmission of electric energy: Bonneville project, Oregon...•..•••.•..••..•...•...........••.•.••............ Denison Dam project, Texas •••..•..••.....................••••••••..•........ Fort Peck project, Montana..........•..................•..•.•••..•.......•••• Norfork Dam project, Arkansas and Missouri .......••.••..•.................. Sales of streets, all United States .............•..•.....•.•.................•••..... Scrap and salvaged materials, condemned stores, waste paper, refuse, etc......... .  197, 090, 249  163, 793, 296  131, 081, 700  350,032 667,882 129,777 • 362,411 • 13,238 704,085 57,019 9,642 731,556 118,865 600,956 406,711 44,547 29,631,968 77,496 2,821 2,858,697 706,296  346,005 875,000 97,800  349,505 950,000 89,800  334,730 64,400 10,000 438,550 115,350 700,000 300,000 46,000 20,000,000 103,595 1,650 2,727,995 822,700  286,730 44;950 10,000 338,550 115,350 700,000  (•)  --------------- ---------- -- - --- ---- ------- ---- ------- ----------------------- -- -- --- ------- -- ------------ -------  300,000 46,000 10,000,000 104,495 1,650 2,740,005 7,2,650 (')  (')  50,000 19 28,880,484 801,949 202,560 719,223 1,795 32,203,330  12,921,000 800,000  14,148,000 1,200,000  700,000  700,000  16,356,545  11,416,545  • Deduct, result of adjustment of classification of prior years' receipts. • Excludes payments from expenditure accounts of Government corporations and enterprises into miscellaneous receipts of the Treasury for retirement of paid•in capita,! and di.sposition of surplus (see memorandum section !It the end of this table).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A20  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  6-Continued  BUDGET RECEIPTS-Continued BY SOURCE-Continued Source  Miscellaneous reeelpts-Contlnued Sales of Government products-Continued General accounts-Continued Seal and fox skins and furs _______________________________________________________ _ Seeds ______ • -- - -• -. -.. -- •••• -- -- --- ---- • - -- -- -- • - -- -- -- - -- -- ---- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Stores ___ • ________ •••• _____ • _________ • ______________ • ____ • _____ • _____ • _____ • ______ _ Steam _______________________ • _______________ ._. ___ •• __________ • _____ ._._. ________ _ Subsistence (meals, rations, etc.) __ -----------------------------------------------_ Unserviceable Civilian Conservation Corps property _____________________________ _ Water ______ ._. ___ ._ .•••• -. -• - • - -• --- --•• -- --- -- - --- - -- -- --- - --- - -- • -- - --- • - -- - --- Other _______________________________________ •• ___________________________________ _  1949  1948  actual  $1,352,983 1,818 136,457 125,582 851,721 15,648 317,427 19,732,631  Special acco1mts: Deposits, expenses of sales reparation surplus property_--------------------------187 Deposits, sale and transmission of electric energy: Bonneville Power Administration, reserved for reclamation fund ___ . __ • ____ .__ • 10, 942, 044 Bonneville Power Administration, unallocated revenues_______________________ • 14,708,228 Fort Peck project, Montana___________________________________________________ 382,544 Continuing funds for ·emergency expenses, Bonneville Power project, Oregon ______ ---------------------------Deposits, income and proceeds, Alaska school lands_______________________________ 27 Deposits, proceeds of sale of Coast Guard sites_ •• --------------------------------600,000 Deposits, proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc___________________________ 9,120,757 Deposits, proceeds from disposition of surplus property in United States_.________ • 1,183,428,571 Deposits, proceeds from disposition of surplus property in foreign countries________ • 305,109,235 Deposits, sale of goods or commodities, War Relocation Authority________________ • 29,024 Receipts from production and sale of llellum, etc., Bureau of Mines_______________ 291,736 Receipts, sale of lands and timber (vacant, unappropriated, and unpatented, Tongas National Forest)_. _________________ --------------------- ___________________ _ 130,594 Rereipts under Migratory Bird Conservation Act ________________________________ _ 12,704 Sales of assets, labor supply centers, et.c., Farm Labor Supply Program, Department of Agriculture _________ ------------------------------- ______ ------------___ 563,039 Sale of water, sec. 40 (d), Mineral Leasing Act of 1920_ ---------------------------297 Sales, preservation of Frigate Constellatfos ____________ _____ • __________________________________________________ _ Proceeds from sales of scrap and salvaged materials________________________________ 25,107,855 Total, sales of Government products ___________________________________________ _  Tolls, Panama Canal-------------------------------------------------------------Transportation service __________________________________________________________ ._ Work done for individuals or corporations ________________________________________ _ Other ____________________________________________________________________________ _  18,028,626 4,000,000 456,267  Total, sales of services __________________________________________________________ _  72,990,487  • Deduct, result of adjustment of classill.catlon of prior years' receipts. • Contribution from general fund treated as expenditure credit In 1949 and 1950.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $2,011,502 800 129,200 85,000 982,225 1,000 166,080 9,058,480  5,701,500 312,955 457,500 500  6,319,000 365,000  14,064,411 415, 221, 000 300,000  8,675,800 214, 845, 200 200,000  466,000  470,000  127,094  130,000  500  800 50,000 26,000,000  800 300,000 26,000,000  537,416, 007  314,054,767  260 9,000 602,000 1,587,828 34,000 12,540,000 11,175 1,700  285 9,000 602,000 951,636 34,000 13,540,000 11,100 1,700  7,000,075 2,170  7,000,000 2,120  -- --- -- --- ---- ------- ------- --- -- -- ------- --- -------- .. ---  1,239,000 51,535 25,000 12,300 134,150 1,725,625 22,000,000 4,007,000 811,100 308,850  1,235,100 51,535 40,000 10,000 139,400 1,523,975 21,800,000 4,006,900 869,100 410,050  150,240 ], 336,459 20,035,191 4,963,814 1,136,426 1,618,342  Special accounts: Alaska Railroad fund receipts: Receipts from operations _____________________________________________________ _ Receipts from general fund ___________________________________________________ _ Collections for laundry service, Naval Academy __________________________________ _  $2,011,002 800 155,700 95,000 1,182,225 6,300 228,830 11,083,070  2,200,000  a 1, 355,991,034  Sales of services: General accounts: 773 Coples of hearings ________ ----------------------------------------- - ____ ----- Earnings, miscellaneous facilities of national parks and monuments ______________ ----------------------------Earnings, United States transports _____________________________________ --------.__ 519,325 Earnings from business operations________________________________________________ l, 728,042 Fumigating and disinfecting __ -------------------------------------------------___ 33,197 Laundry and dry-cleaning operations ___________________________________ :_________ 10,228,787 Medical, dental, and hospital services_____________________________________________ 17,842 Livestock breeding service __ -----------------------------------------------------2,416 Overhead charges on sales of services or supplies (Departments of the Army and Navy) _________________________________________________________________________ _ 6,634,034 Professional and scientific _____________________________________________________ . __ _ 949 Quarantine charges (fumigation, disinfection, Inspection, etc., of vessels) _________ _ 70 Quarters, subsistence, and laundry service _______________________________________ _ 1,928,326 Radio service __ • ___________________________ ------ ________________________________ _ 55,794 Services of civilian Internees and prisoners of war _________________________________ _ 53,578 Services of conscientious objectors. _______________________________________________ _ 61,989 Storage and other charges_----------------------------------------------------- __ . Telephone and telegraph _________________________________________________________ _  1950  estimate  estimate  15,800,000  15,050,000 (I)  (') 406,000  416,000  67,330,268  68,682,401  A21  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  6-Continued  BUDGET RECEIPTS-Continued BY SOURCE-Continued  Source Mlscellaneo1111 reeelp-Contlnued Sundry receipts: General accounts: Forest reserve fund •.•..•.•••••••••••.•••••.•••••••••••.•• a ••••••••• Special accounts: Deposits, postal funds, Canal Zone ••.••.••••.••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••. Forest reserve fund •••••.....•••.....••.•••••••••••••••••••.....•.•.•.•.•..••.•••• Forest reserve fund, roads and trails for States (10 percent) •••••••••••••••••••••••. Forest reserve fund, payments to States (25 percent) ............................. . Receipts for acquisition of lands, national forests •••••.•..•..•..••.•..••••.•.•.•.•.  Total, sundry receipts .•.•••.•••••.•••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••.•.•••••••••.•.••  1948  1950  1949  actual  estimate  estimate  $12,083, 633  $15, 767, 000  $21, 146, 000  829,551 5,809,985 1,830,704 4,576,760 136,686  671,500 32,660,000 2,404,000 6,010,000 138,000  813,000 32, 650, 000 3,232,000 8,079,000 138,000  25,267,319  57,640,500  66,058,000  Deposits for defense aid: Special account: Deposits for defense aid, sec. 6 (b), act Mar. 11, 1941. •.•.....•.•..••••••••.•.•.••..•.•••••••••.•••••••.••••..•.•..••••.••..•••• · ••.•.•.•.  • 4,558,486 ···········•··•············· •.•..••.....•.•....••.•.....  Repayments of Investments: General accounts: Collections, Insured loans, Federal Housing Administration •••••••.••••••••••.••.. 406,504 Loans to railroads after termination or Federal control, etc. (repayment to appro• priations) ..•..........•.•••••••••.•..•..•.••....•.•.•••••••••••.•••••.•••••..••• 3,346,447 Principal on securities received from Reconstruction Finance Corporation under act Feb. 24, 1938..•.•.•••••••••••..........•..•.•..•..•.••.•.••••.••.•..•.•••••.• 2,000 Principal payments on funded obligations of foreign governments held by the 113,674 United States on account of Finland .•......•.....•....••.••..••.••••.•.•••.••.• l'rlncipal payments on loans, Puerto Rican Hurricane Relief Commission.••.••.•. 16,844 Principal payments on low-cost houses, Virgin Islands ..•.........•....••••••••.•• 345 Proceeds from submarginal land program, Farm Tenant Act (75 percent) ...•.•.•. 646,352 Proceeds realized from functions liquidated by Farmers Home Administration Act of 1946 .••..•••••••••••.••.•.•.....••..............•••.•.•••••.•.•••••••••••. 277,570 Proceeds, sale of securities, Public Works Administration .•.••.••...•..•........•• 576,240 Receipts from operations, United States Maritime Commission .••.••.••.••..••.•• 54,999,033 Repayment of advances, title V, War Mobilization and Reconversion Act of 1944.. 2,218,581 Repayment of advances to Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission .••••••••••••••••..•.••••..••••••••••••••.••.••.••••.••.•..••........••.. 200,000 (&) Repayment of advances to Colorado River dam fund, All-American Canal ..•.•••. (&) Repayment of advances to Colorado River dam fund, Boulder Canyon project .•.• Repayment of capital stock, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation •••••••.•••••• 266, 695, 250 Repayment of capital stock, Federal Home Loan Banks••••...••........•......••. 2,881,000 Repayment of capital stock, Smaller War Plants Corporation..................... (&) Repa'YllJ.ent of capital stock, Production Credit Corporation ••..•..•..................••••••........•..•..••.. Re}lfi.yment of capital stock, Reconstruction Finance Corporation..•.•••••..••....•••••.•..•........•.......•. Rep11yments on account of loans, Farmers' Home Administration ..•..... __ . __ ... _ 93, 913, 184 RepJyment of principal on account of flood and windstorm loans ..••••••••.••.••• _ 236, 326 Rep!),yment of principal on IOBI!S for Indian rehabilitation......................... 4,822 Repayment of principal on emergency crop production loans, Farmers' Home 6,639,583 ~dministratlon .•.••••••••..•........•............•....••.••.••. -··············· Repayment of principal on account of loans, Rural Electrification Administration_ 1,957 Repayment of prlnclpal on account of loans, Puerto Rico Reconstruction Admln• istration••.•...••. _•.••.•••••.••.•.. _••••••••••••••••.••.••..•••••••••••..••.•••• 34,993 Repayment of principal on account of loans, Farmers' Home Administration.-.••. 61,361 Repayment of principal on account of loans to States, municipalities, etc., defense publlo works ..••.•••••••••••••.• _..•••••.•••••.•..•..•.••.••...•......•......•.. 1,229,516 Repayment of principal on emergency crop loans Incident to removal of enemy aliens •••....•..........•..... -. --.. -.•.••••••••••••••.•••.••.••.•.•.•••.......•. 10,431 Repayments and recoveries, Public Works ...........••.••.••.••••.••••••.•...•.•. 34 Return of advances, Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway ......•.•••••..•••••••• 395 24,914 Bale of chattels, Farm Security Administration..•........................•..•.••.. Repayment of subscriptions to preferred and income shares, Federal savings and Io@ associations ...•••....•..........•..•.••.••.•.•••.•.•••.••.•.••.•....•....•. 617,600 294,704 Repayment of loans to students, Federal Security AgencY·-·················-····· Repayment of loans to veterans __ . __ . __ ••.••••.••••••••.••.••.•.••••..•........... 522,074 Reparations, World War II proceeds from reparations property, Germany ..••.... 1,932,513 Representation of interests of foreign governments growing out of hostilities In 1,833 Europe ___ .•••••..•.•..••. -•••... -....•..... • •· • • • • • • • • • • • • • • · · •• · • · •• · • • · • ·• • · · · 2,228,881 Wat claims and awards waived under general settlements_ •..•..•.••.••••••..••••• 119, 808, 268 War Shipping Administration revolving fund ..•.•••• ·-···················-······· Special accounts: Receipts from submarginal land program, Farm Tenant Act_ ..•..••.•..•......... 250,217 Deposits of excess capital by Commodity Credit Corporation .•••.•.. ~ .....•.•••.. (') Total, repayments of Investments ...••.••••••..•.••.•••••••••••••••••••••••••••.  560,193,446  115,500  60,300  100,000  117,922 10,000 100 696,000  117,922 5,000 85 705,000  75,000 10,000,000 97,592,494 16,982,000  50,000 5,000,000 49,646,238 17,841,000 50,000  (&) (&)  20,677,589 14,000,000  3,000,000  114, 086, 000 150,000 4,000  101, 774,000 100,000 3,000  4,000,000  3,000,000  50,000  50,000  125,000·  130,000  (') (&) (&)  8,000  6,000  300  300  184,300 400,000 600,000 332,000  133,600 500,000 700,000  1,833 15,598,000  55,123,100  290,000  322,000 (&)  (&)  335, 753, 138  198, 760, 445  • Deduct, result (if adjustment of classification of prior years' receipts. • Excludes payments from expenditure accounts of Government corporations and enterprises Into miscellaneous receipts of the Treasury for retirement of pald•ln capital and dfsposltlon of surplus (see memorandum section at the end of this table).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A22  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  6-Continued  BUDGET RECEIPTS-Continued BY SOURCE-Continued Source  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950  estimate  Miscellaneous receipts-Continued Sales of public lands: Sale of public lands and materials by States: General account __ -·._._._ •••... -..........•••••••••.••••••. -.•..•.•.. -.•.•.•.••••. Special account_ .••.... --·· ••..........•..•••.•••.•.•.••.•....•........•••.•..•...  $167,666 46,277  $487,500 50,000  $485,000 50,000  Total, sales of public lands .••••••••••••••••••••..•••••••••..••••.•••••••••••••.•  213,943  537,500  535,000  21,031,975 375 87,389,166 10,000  10,697,515 375 113,405,691 10,000 16,614,750 77,475,000 200,000  Sale of Government property: General accounts: Capital equipment (trucks, horses, cars, machinery, furniture and fixtures, and 33,484,107 other capital equipment)_ .•........... ·······-·-·-·•·-·- ..•... -···· •............ Fort Hall, Idaho, irrigation and water system_. __ .•.....................•......... 74 22,342,844 Land and buildings.····-·•·····-· ........... -·-····-·- __ -·-·· .. -· ... -· ..........• 31,340 Lands, etc., on account of military post construction fund---------·-·-··---------2,094, 82-0, 095 Net proceeds from surplus property in United States_·----··--·-··-····-·-·-·-·-·473, 053, 907 Net proceeds from surplus property in foreign areas_--·-·························211,575 Ordnance maMriel, Army·-··········-·······-······-···-··-·-·--·-·--·-·-·-·-···· 5,448 Proceeds of sales, Coast Guard stations and vessels .... ·- ......... -·-·············· 750, 200, 634 Proceeds from surplus vessels._.-····-·····················-···-······-···-······· 400,000 Proceeds of Government-owned securities, sale of war supplies .. ·-·-·-·---··-····· Proceeds of sales or disposition from strategic and critical materials stockpile.. _._ 8,846,109 Proceeds from assets held for liquidation and/or operation of programs for national defense, Reconstruction Finance Corporation ... -•• ··············-·-·-····--···· .•....•.•••.•.•............. Sales of town lots, Alaska .•............................. ·-·-·······-•·······-····· 5,051 St&nding timber, Alaska_-----··--·--··-········•·•·•··············-·············· 4,922 • 147 Surplus personal property··········-···········-··························-····•··Surplus real property_............................................................ • 22,470 Special accounts: 253,001 Coos Bay Wagon Road grant fund_··-·•···•·-··•·•·····-························· 4,421,180 Oregon and California land•grant fund·-·····················-···-···-······-··-•· Proceeds, operation of commissaries, Division of Mental Hygiene, Public Health 82, 866 Service ____ ·-· .....• --·······-· ..........••......•......•. ·····•-•·•· ••.•....• _._ Proceeds of town sites, lots, Reclamation Service--·-····························-· 1,023 Sale of public land and materials, Reclamation fund_·······-·-·-······-·······•·•· ..•...•................•...• Sale of reserve lands, Reclamation projects .••••.....•••.............••............ -············-··············  42,660,750  99,750,000 200,000 5,500 134, 997, 500 75,000  (•)  5,500  55,624,000 50,000  (•)  2,000 6,000  2,000 6,000  251,000 4,505,000  251,000 4,505,000  77,000 1,000 720,000 100  137,000 1,000 720,000 100  Total, sales of Government property......••..........................•.•....••.  3, 388, 146, 559  391, 682, 366  279, 704, 931  Total, miscell!llleous receipts ..........•...... ··-··•··-·· •.•......•.• ·-····•····· Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis ..• •········-·······························  3, 654, 569, 504 +154, 514,866  2, 275, 703, 040  1,749,736,347  Total, miscellaneous receipts under existing legislation................................... 3, 809, 084, 369 2, 275, 703, 040 • Proposed legislation: Repayment of investments: Repayment of capital stock, Federal Home Loan Banks ........•.....•...•............••••••.•.•.•.............•.  1, 749,736,347 81,000,000  Total, miscellaneous receipts under existing and proposed legislation-..••••••.•.•.••.  3, 809, 084, 369  2,275,703,040  1, 830, 736, 347  TotaL. ··- _.•. ···········-·-···········-·-·····--·················· .•.••••.•.•.•. ··-  46,098,807,314  44, 043, 703, 040  47, 461, 736, 347  Deduct: Appropriation to Federal old-age and survivors' insurance trust fund: 1,616,162,044 1,754,000,000 Existing legislation................................................................... Proposed legislation (including disability insurance) ••........•.••...•.•••..••.......••...••..••.•...••..•.....•...•••••.•.•.•.••..•••...•.•.•. Appropriation to health insurance trust fund: Proposed legislation._ ....•..........•..........................•...•.....•......•.•.•..•••••....•••  2, 420, 000, 000 1,700,000,000 260, 000, 000  Refunds or receipts __ ....•.••....••.•...••.•.•...•.••.•..•.•...•....•....•................. Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis_ ••.•...•.•.•.•.•.•..............•..........  2,237,647,112 +34, 227,665  2, 700, 391, 458  2, 097, 091, 000  Total, refunds of receipts (excluding interest) ....•.•.•.••.•••.•..•.••••.•••••.•••.•••••.•  2,271,874,777  2, 700, 391, 458  2, 097, 091, 000  Total, Budget receipts .••.•••••••••.•.•........•......•.............................•...  42, 210, 770, 493  39, 580, 311, 582  ·40, 984, 645, 347  • Deduct, result of adjustment of classification of prior years' receipts. • Excludes payments from expenditure accounts of Government corporations and enterprises into miscellaneous receipts of the Treasury for retirement of paid•in capital and disposition of surplus (see memorandum section at the end of this table).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A23  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  6-Continued  BUDGET RECEIPTS-Continued MEMORANDUM  Source  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  CAPITAL TRANSFERS FROM EXPENDITURE TO RECEIPT ACCOUNTS' Miscellaneous receipts:  Interest, exchange and dividends: General accounts: Dividends on capital stock, Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation _________________ ---------------------------Dividends on capital stock, Reconstruction Finance Corporation __________________ -----------------------"---Earnings, Prison industries fund __ -----------------------------------------------$2,000,000 Interest on capital stock, Commodity Credit Corporation _________________________ ---------------------------Surplus from liquidation, United States Spruce Production Corporation_ _________ 37, 358 Surplus from liquidation, Tennessee Valley Associated Cooperatives, Inc__________ 50,000 Special account: Deposits, amounts realized by War Damage Corporation from 209,908,866 operations ____________________________________________ ------------------------------Reimbursements: General account: Refund of money advanced under Emergency Relief and Construction Act of 1932 (Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation)________________ 12,500,000 Sales of Government products: General account: Receipts from power operations and other sources, Tennessee Valley Authority_--------------------------------------------8,036,326 Repayments of investments: General accounts: 180,000 Repayment of advances to Colorado River dam fund, All-American Canal._______ Repayment of advances to Colorado River dam fund, Boulder Canyon project____ 2,490, 765 Repayment of capital stock, Smaller War Plants Corporation___________________ 10,000,000 Repayment of capital stock, Production Credit Corporation __ -------------- ______ ---------------------------Repayment of capital stock, Reconstruction Finance Corporation _________________ ---------------------------Special account: Deposits of excess capital by Commodity Credit Corporation________ 17,693,492 Sales of Government property: General account: Proceeds from liquidation and/or operation of activities for national defense, Reconstruction Finance Corporation_________ ---------------------------Total, capital transfers from expenditure to receipt accounts __________________________ _  262, 896, 807  $68, 000, 000 307, 391, 555 2,562,000 1,875,000  $17, 888, 300 1,500,000 1,875,000  15,084 ---··-•··-···-···----·------  3,000,000  3,000,000  350,000 2,575,000 3,000,000 30,000,000 225, 000, 000 47,707,008  300,000 2,500,000 3,000,000 10,000,000  100, 000, 000  100, 000, 000  791,475, 647  140, 063, 300  • Represents payments from expenditure accounts of Government corporations and enterprises into miscellaneous receipts of the Treasury for retirement of paid-in capital and dlsposltion of surplus.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A24  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  7  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] APPROPIDATIONS  EXPENDITURES  1949  Function and organization unit  1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommenda• tion  1948  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  NATIONAL DEFENSE 051. Direction and coordination of defense:  Executive Office of the President ..•.......•.....•.....••••.•.•..••••.. National Military Establishment: Office of the Secrc• tary of Defense .••.•••••••.•..••.•..•.•••...••••••...••......•••.•••.  $3,200,000  $4,217,000  $605,561  $3,040,796  $4,134,238  6,800,000  11,050,000  222,666  6,979,320  10,488,500  Total, direction and coordination of defense ...•....••...•..........  10,000,000  15,267,000  828,227  10,020,116  14,622,738  052. Air force defense: I  Department of Commerce .•••....••.•..••.•••.•.••..•..•.•.....•.......•........••.....•••••........•...........•..•.. Department of the Interior .......................•............••••.......•.......•........••....••••......•••.•••••... National Military Establishment: Department of the I 4, 013, 987, 000 896,861,000 Air Foree............................................ $1,437,889, 100 Total, air force defense 1 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••  1,437,889, 100  896, 861, 000  4, 013, 987, 000  36 -············-·· ·········•••··•• 520, 581 . 502, 788 500, 000 1, 116, 277, 607  1, 522, 004, 600  3, 540, 768, 250  1, 116,798,224  1, 522, 507, 388  3, 541, 268, 250  053. Army defense: 1 584 Department of Agriculture ..•.•.....•...•••••••••••••..•..•••...•.••...••••••••••••••••....•.•••.•••••.•••••.••••••••.. 6,787 44a, 700 25,620 Department of Commerce •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••••••••••••••...•••..••••...•••••.•••••••.....••••.••••.•.. 750,000 1,057,765 1,482,197 Department of the Interior ••••••...•...••••.•••••••.••••••.•..••••••...••••.••••••••••••••••••••••••.•.•••.•••••••••.• National Military Establishment: Department or the Air Force•.•..••••••••...•••••••.••••••..•••••••••••••••.••••.....••..•.•••••••••••••.••••••••••••...•.••••••••••••.••••••••.••.•••••••••••••••• Department of the Army: 5, 340, 188, 295 4, 524, 378, 032 5,828, 920, 163 $10,309,000 4, 724, 470, 700 5, 229, 846, 648 Military functions............................. 4,749,202, 671 17,807,800 7,100,000 Civil functions................................. 85,000 •.•••••••.•••••. ..••.•••••••.••• ••••.••.••.••••. 15,417,321 700,000 800,000 Post Office Department (general fund) ••••••••••••••••••.••••••••••••••••••••..•••.•••.••••••••..••••••...••••.•••.........•..•••••••••.  Total, army defense'·································  4,749,287,671  5,828,920,163  10,309, 000  4, 724, 470, 700  5, 247, 196, 653  5, 359, 780, 064  4, 533, 028, 032  28,531,418  5,000,000  054. Naval defense:  Independent offices: United States Maritime Commission ...................••.....•......•.................•...........•.............. Reconstruction Finance Corporation ..................•......................•••................•..............•••. Department of Commerce ......................................................•...................................... National Military Establishment: Department of the Air Foree .....................•.........•...•.................................................. Department of the Army, military functions ..•.....•...............................••..•.........••••....••.•..... Department of the Navy.......................... 3,638,949,251 3,726,378,256' 20,922,800 4,485,028,200 Total, naval def~nse. ...............•........•...  3,638,949,251  3,726,378,256  20, 922, 800  4, 485, 028, 200  8,172,117 • 250,000 229,705  ---------------- ---------------83,875 ----------------  8,160,737 15,505,865 4, 166, 029, 606  10,000,000 • 1,418,154 4, 434, 199, 161  15,000,000 • 5,387,464 4, 658, 908, 654  4, 197, 848, 030  4, 471, 396, 300  4,673, 521, 190  18,115,929  280  26,000,000 10,333,480 • 41, 601, 000 9,762,500  867,651 • 33, 765, 805  408,220  506,540  174,871,675 87,358,660  10,097,915 2,846,617  1,000,000  055. Activities supporting defense:  Executive Omce of the President...•••........•••.......•...•.••.•.....•..••.•..•••.............••••••...•.••••••••.... Funds appropriated to the President................... 500,000 250,000 ............................... . Independent offices: General Accounting Office •••.•••..• • .•••••.••..••....••.•••..••••.••••..•••••••••..••••.••••••.•.••..••••••.•••.. Office of Selective Service Records................. 4,250,000 2,476, 700 ....•.••••.•••••.•.••.••••••••.. Office of Strategic Services ....•.....•.•.•.•.........••••••••••••••....•.•••....••••.....••.••...••..•..•••••...•••• Petroleum Administration for War .••••..•.•.••.•............•••••..........••.................•...•...•••.....••• Selective Service System........................................... 25,000,000 ...........••..• 16,700,000 United States Maritime Commission ••..•...........•.••••••••••••.....•......••.•...•..•..•.•.••...••••••...••••. Reconstruction Finance Corporation..•••••.•..••••.........••...••.•.......•...............•.......•••••••........ Federal Works Agency................................ .•.....•••.••.•. 5,000,000 5,000,000 15,000,000 Housing and Home FiJ?ance Agency ••••••••••••••••••••••.•.•••.•••••..••••••.•••...•..•••••••••...•...•••••••.•...••. Department of Agriculture............................ 349,000 349,000 12, 700 522,000 National Military Establishment: Department of the Army, military functions .••••••••••••..•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••. Department or the Navy .•...................•....• .........................................................•......  • 185,341 9,826,736 • 30 7,641,343 •492 12,743 315 76,020,688 • 65, 468, 488  • 39, 367, 000 14,500,000  • Deduct. excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. Department of the Army appropriations Include amounts for support of the Air Force of $1,335,838,399 in fiscal year 1948 and $1,734,365,419 In fiscal year 1949; expenditure figures for the Department of the Army for all three fiscal years likewise include expenditures from these appropriations. • Includes $75,000,000 to liquidate prior year obligations. 1   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A25  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  7-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT-Continued APPROPRIATIONS 1949  Function and organization unit  1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  EXPENDITURES  1950 recommenda• tlon  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  NATIONAL DEFENSE-Continued 055. Activities supporting defense-Continued Department of State.·--····--·--·-·--·----------·--·-- ·-·-----· ··----- ----·-··-------· ---------------- ·----·-----·-·-· Treasury Department__····--·--····-·······---···--·$100,000,000 $300,000,000 $40,000,000 $564,000,000 Additional appropriations required by proposed legis• 800,000,000 lation: Universal training_·-·--·-·---------·---·-··-·--·-·-·-···-··-····-··-·--·-··-·-----·-·-····--· Total, activities supporting defense _______________ _  105, 099, 000  333, 07 5, 700  45, 012, 700  Additional appropriations required by proposed legis• lation: National Military Establisbment.-·-·--·-··-- ·-·-·---··--·--· ----·-···-·-·--· -··-------·---·Total, national defense--·····-··········-·-····---·  l, 396, 222, ooo  $40,733 103, 765, 428  $363, 350, 418  600, 000, 000 36Q, 986, 096  381, 198, 150  645, 000, 000  l=====l=====l=====l=====l=====l=====I 9,931,226,022  10,795,235,119  2,171,915,000 102. Veterans' insurance: Independent offices: Veterans Ad73,618,833 ministration_------··--_·•-·-·---·-·-·-----·-.·--·-·- ___ _ 103. Veterans' readjustment benefits: Independent offices: Veterans Administration·------····-·--·--·-···----····-· , 3,806, 142, 800  1, 898, 000, 000  76,244,500  $525, 304, 800  1, 120, 060, 269  385, 000, 000  15,279,974,900  10,923,657,230  11,744,902,018  14,267,500,479  2, 220, 890, 000  2,080, 130, 168  2, 139, 649, 082  2, 110, 888, 383  76,750,000  150, 636, 483  487, 615, 500  61,596,192  2, 552, 512, 000  3,312, 911, 743  3, 041, 638, 256  2, 198, 779, 116  125,158 930, 424, 644 55,767,013 4,148 418,862  12,564 997, 670, 609 3,869,230  941, 937, 963 1,416,000  281,974  267,100  36,570,989 348,445  128,000,000 387,891  180, 250, 000 394,600  VETERANS' SERVICES AND BENEFITS 101. Veterans' pensions: Independent offices: Veterans Admin• istration ______________ ·------- __________________ ·- ____ ·--  54,456,000  412, 590, 000  2,031,220,000  104. Veterans' hospitals, other services, and administrative  costs: Legislative branch ________ --·------ ___________________ ... ··----- ·---- -· . ·------- ----··. __ -·- ... ·-·-·- __ ·---- ·-------- •. Independent offices: Ve,terans Administration .. ·-···-921,037,341 1,146,938,240 ·----·-·-·-··--848,932,240 Federal Works Agency.--·---------·-----·-·-------·-· ----·------------ ··---··----··-·· ··-·-·---·-----· _________ --··--· Department of Commerce·--··--·-·-----····-·--·-···· ··-·---·-··-··-· ·-·--··--------- -··-·-··-···-··· ····--·---·----· Department of Labor ............. ·----·-·······-······ 500,000 207,500 52,800 270,000 National Military Establishment: 1,000,000 1,250,000 Department of the Army, civil functlons ___ ·--·--·677,392 325,000 380,000 397,000 Department of the NavY--·--·----·-·-··--------·· Total, veterans' hospitals, other services, and administrative costs... --·-··-···--····----·--··  922,539,733  1,148,525,740  52, 800  850, 849, 240  1,023, 659, 259  1, 130, 222, 268  1, 124, 265, 663  Total, veterans' services and beneflts.·--···--···  6,974,216,366  5,132,201,740  412,642,800  5,701,001,240  6,567,337,653  6,799,125,106  6,495, 529, 354  90,992 101,224  52,047 28,862  3,517 18,489  INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND FINANCE 151. Foreign relations: Legislative branch_. __ --· .•.. - ___ ··-·-·-·-·- __ ·- .• _.... ··•·-·-·- ·- --··· Executive Office of the President_-·,,--···-·······-·-·- ·--····-·--··••· Independent offices: Federal Communications Commission .... ----·--·-··-------·-····· Interstate Commerce Commission .. -·-·----------- -·----·--··--·-· National Archives·---·--···········---·-··----··-- _ ·-·--··-··---Smithsonian Institution._·-··------··-··--··-··-·· ·-·---·-·-·---·· Tariff Commission _________ -··- .............. -···-· ·--·-···· ·-····. Federal Security Agency·-·-------------·---·-·-····--· 276,000 Federal Works Agency._·-··-·---·--·-·----,, .......... ···--- ·····-···Housing and Home Finance AgencY.---·-·-·-----·-·-· --·-·-···•······ Department of.\ griculture .• -···----·--·-·--·-·-··-··· ----···-····-··· Departmeat of Commerce __ ···-·--·········-·-·------- ··-•-·-----·--·· Department of the Interior.·-·---·----··----·-·-·----· ·---·----·-··--· Department of Labor _________ ···-·-·-·······-·-···-·-· ········-······· National Military Establishment: Department of the Army, military functions .•.•. -·-•·--·---·---····-··650,000 Department of State·-····---·-••··•·•·--··--···-·-···· 174,038,840 Treasury Department .•.••• -•-·-••··--·-·-----·------- ·---·-·---···--· Additional appropriations required by proposed legis• Iation: Department of State... ·-·-··-····---········· ·-··-···--·-··-· Total, foreign relations ___ • ________________________ _ 174,963,840  -·--·--- --·-·- •• _•.... ·- ··--···- ·--- ·-- ·-· ·-· -·· ···----------··· ····-·-·-----·-· ·-····-·----···· ··-·-----·-····-·-··---···---·· ··----··-----·-·--··-·-------··" •• -··-- ------· 130,000 ··-···-·-·-·-·-··----··-·---·-· ·-····-··--·---·--·--···--····· ··--···--·--···· .·--··-··-···-··-  916 189 4,514 124,636 4,428 804,914 1,194,586 7,918 1,167,442 655,454 254,765 77,903  750,000 ··-·---··-----·· 565,000 157,847,300 1,922,373 161,064,000 -····-·-·-·-·-·· -·-··--····-·--· ·----·--, ··-····  680,039 143, 595, 201 25,389  ·---·-··--·-···· -·-·--··--·-···· ······---·--··-··-·-·-·····-·-· ··----·- __ .. -··285,000 ------·---··--·· ---·-·-·-·---·-·------·---···-· --···--·-·-----··-····-··-··-·· -··-·····--··-··  --·····-·-····-· 158, 882, 300  --········----··-···--·-···-··· ··-------·---·-····---··---··-· _____ ··--- ··-·-· ---··---··-····· -·-·-··-··-··--· ·----·----·--·-· --------·---··-· --·---·--···-······-·-··--·-·-· --·-·--··-·····-·  1,093,915 2,522,031 6,991 1,264,125 768,375 276,699 145,851  207,351 2,100,000 270,011 281,981 86,000 58,609  680,000 620,000 170,727,222 170,571,915 ______________ .,.,. 972  17,589,400  1,647,100  ----------------  17,427,705  1,378,624  19,511,773  163,406, 100  148,790,510  194, 951, 967  175,784,804  152. Foreign relief: Executive Office of the President.·--·-····-·-··---·········-··-·---------············---····-····--··---·--··-·-··-··· Funds appropriated to the President: 400, 000. 000 Assistance to China_··----·-······-·-·---·········- --·-------···-·35,000,000 Other_ ••• ·····---··--·-·-·-·---··- ....•• -·······-·· 927,000,000   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  2,701 ·----···-···---· 109, 778 33, 000  187,576 -··-·-··--·-·--- ·-··-···-·-----·  12 ---······----··- ···---··------··  A26  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABL m7 -Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT-Continued APPROPRIATIONS Function and organization unit  EXPENDITURES  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  1950 recommenda· tion  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND FINANCE-Con. 152. Foreign relief-Continued Independent offices: Displaced Persons Commission.................... ...•.•.••••.••.. $2,000,000 $1,535,000 $5,200,000 ......•.....•••. Economic Cooperation Administration ......•...•...•.....•...................••..................•.••••••..•..................... United States Maritime Commission.............. ................ ................ ........••...... ................ $24,696,740 War Assets Administration........................................................ ...•.•••........ ................ 1,459,789 Reconstruction Finance Corporation............. ..,. .........•••••.. ................ ............•.•. •.•••.••.••..... • 180,498 Federal Security Agency............................... ...••........... ......•......... ...........••... .••...•......... 56,928 Department of Agriculture............................ .......••.•...•. .........•...... .••.•.....•.•.•. ................ 511,215,537 Department of Justice ....•.....•.••••.•........•••......................•.......••.....••••.........•.•••.•••.•.•.•...••••••..•.•.•.•. National Military Establishment: Department of the Army: 58,723,667 Military functions .....................•..........................••.............•......••.•••...•.•.•......... 965, 096, 448 Civil functions................................. $940,000,000 1,300,000,000 ....•....•••.... 1,000,000,000 4,414,550 Department of the Navy ...........••.......................••............•.............•.••..............•....... 388, 625, 317 Department of State ...•.......•.....•.....•..•............•..•............................•••.............••..•....... Treasury Department ....................•.......••......•......•...•..............•.....•.••••.........•............. 39,234,300 Additional appropriations required by proposed legis• lation: Independent offices: Displaced Persons Commission ____ _________________________________________________________________________ _ 44,000 ........••..•... 15,000 Department of State..........•••.•••............•................................. 16,000,000 Total, foreign relief...............................  1,867,000,000  I, 737,000,000  17, 550, 000  1, 005, 244, 000  1, 993, 530, 366  $1,329,230 223, 373, 125 4,157,513  $2,102,770 48,692,885  321,575 51,040,853 221,850  425,500 2,000,000 652,150  30,695,096 1, 265, 000, 000 343,287 96,156,973 128, 790, 108  3,446,144 1, 030, 000, 000  15,000 16,000,000  44,000  1, 817, 444, 610  1, 088, 402, 5&1  153. International reconstruction, development, and monetary stabilization: Funds appropriated to the President: Assistance to Greece and Turkey.................. 400,000,000 225, 000, 000 154,015,740 Economic cooperation............................. ..•.........•... 4,000,000,000 .•.......•........•••.•.•••..... 4, 600, 000, 000 Independent offices: Economic Cooperation Administration ..............................•...............•........•.••........•...•........•.........•. 1,500,000 Export•Import Bank of Washington............... ..........•..... ................ .............•.. ....•••......... 460,201,412 ............... . Reconstruction Finance Corporation............... ..•....•..•.•... .............••. .•..........••.. ........•.•..... 3,526,748 • 30, 633, 000 Federal Security Agency............................... ................ .•.............. .....•.....•.••. •..........•.... 23,389 88,551 2,337,958 Federal Works Agency................................ .....•.......•.. •.•............. .•..•••..••..... ................ 1,973,331 1,558,189 Department of Agriculture............................. ...•..••........ ................ .......•........ ....•........... 29,445,596 Department of Commerce............................. ................ ................ .........•...•.. .•.........••... 34,806 931 National Military Establishment: 77,867,092 Department of the Army, military functions ...............•...••.......••............•.•.........•..•..••.....•... 245, 000, 000 17,746,993 Department of the Navy ...........••......•..............................•.•..........•.....•...••.•••........•.. 26,463,007 49,315,090 Department of State..•••............••.............................•.........•..........••••••••••••.........•...•.•.. 1,438,589 Treasury Department_ ................................ -· ............•....................•.••.•.•••••........•.•...••. 1, 709, 361, 050 6,678,949 Additional appropriations required by proposed legis• Jatlon: Funds appropriated to the President: 4,300,000,000 ............................... . Economic cooperation .. ··-························ ..••.•.......... .....•.......... 1,250,000,000 Other.............................................. .....• .... •. .. .. . .. ...... ... •.. . .......... ...... 600,000,000 ........................•....... Total, international reconstruction, develop• ment, and monetary stabilization.........•....  400,000,000  4, 225, 000, 000  1, 250, 000, 000  4, 900, 000, 000  154. Membership In various international organizations: Federal Security Agency •..••••••..••......................•••.••.........•.••.•..•.... ···············- ·······--······· Department of Agriculture .••.•.•.••.......................•••..•........••..••.........................•...........•.. Department of the Interior ..••..............•...•.......••.•.......... ·····-·········· .......•.....•...........•.••... Department of State................................... 91,376, 535 101, 396, 990 65, 199, 630 101,322, 698 Additions! appropriations required by proposed legis• lation: Department of State ••• ·-···················· ··········-····· .......•••••.... .......•........ 8,000,000 Total, membership in various international organ• izations .•••... -·······················-····-·-····· • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  91,376,535  101, 396, 990  65,199,630  109, 322, 698  2, 503, 875, 874  77,469 1,629 112,175 86,595,661  4, 854, 068. 547  1,015, 115 24,000  200, 000, 000  146,400,000 • 35, 000, 000 4,060  100,000  120, 000, 000 10,000,000 200,000 6,000,000  4, 300, 000, 000  355, 000, 000  5, 102, 704, 060  103,114 31,675 115 - ---- -- --- --- --102,569 115,000 125, 865, 160 125, 910, 936 2,000,000  86,786,934  126, 070, 958  128, 057, 611  A27  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  7-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT-Continued APPROPRIATIONS Function and organization unit  1949 1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  EXPENDITURES  1950 recommendation  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND FINANCE-Con. 155. Philippine war damage and rehabilitation: Independent offices: Filipino Rehabilitation Commission _______________ ---------------- ---------------- ---------------- ---------------- _______________ _ Philippine War Damage Commission______________ $70,000,000 $95,000,000 $20,000,000 $165,000,000 $35,764,444 United States Maritime Commission ______________________________ ---------------- ---------------- ---------------105,180 Federal Security Agenr.y ---------------------------- ---------------- ---------------- ---------------- ---------------1,821,368 Federal Works Agency _________________________________ ---------------- ---------------- ---------------- ---------------2,037,702 Department of Commerce_____________________________________________________________________________________________ 2,242,892 Department of the Interior_____________________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ 1,010,843 National Military Establishment: Department of the Army, civil functions _______________________________________________________________________________________________ _ Department of State___________________________________ 42,500,000 21,373,000 ________________ 20,166,398 Treasury Department_________________________________ 1,600,000 3,765,761 ________________ 3,100,000  $4,000  195, 652, 965 214,574 1,607,000 10,235,165 3,372,537 950,000  $10,000 182,506,011 240,000 977,000 17,040,000 3,877,311 900,000  2,246,932 1,898,509 1,600,000  7,300,000 2,870,753 3,765,761  4,500,000 716, 706 3,100,000  Total, Philippine war damage and rehabilitation____  114,100,000  120,138, 761  20,000,000  188,266,398  48, 7'1:l, 870  225,972, 755  213, 867, 028  Total, international affairs and finance_______________  2,647,440,375  6,342.418, 051  1,372,261,403  6,366,239, 196  4, 781, 7ll, 554  7, 218, 508, 837  6, 708, 816, 067  Federal Security Agency ____ ---------------------------  1,910,000 690, 793, 000 700,000  2,259,098 642, 416, 000 3,251,000  650,950 28,400  5,894,300 715,889,000 3,604,000  1,973,277 763, 372, 549 699,864  2,159,098 569,391, 529 3,279,400  5,794,300 716, 336, 050 3,604,000  Tota.I, retirement and dependents' insurance ________ _  693, 403, 000  647, 926, 098  679,350  725, 387, 300  766, 045, 690  574,830,027  725, 734, 350  24,536,000  15,285,855  15,491,827  24,345,907  SOCIAL WELFARE, HEALTH, AND SECURITY 201. Retirement and dependents' insurance: Independent offices: Civil Service Commission _________________________ _ Railroad Retirement Board _______________________ _  202. Ae,;ident compensation: Federal Security Agency-----------.-------------------14,966,200 12,285,000 3,115,490 Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Federal Security Agency _____________________ --------,------- ________________ ---------------Total, accident compensation_ ____________________ _  14,966,200  12,285,000  3,115,490  203. Assistance to the aged and other special groups: Federal Security Agency ______________________________ _ 151,148,003 818, 528, 850 750,381,000 Department of Agriculture ____________________________ _ 75,000,000 70,000,000 Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation, Federal Security Agency ______________________ ---------------- ---------------- ---------------Total, assistance to the aged and other special groups __________________________________________ _  820, 381, 000  893, 528, 850  151, 148, 003  4,000,000  ---------------- --- -------------  3,800,000  28,536,000  15,285,855  15,491,827  28,145,907  I, 082, 124, 000  760, 312, 507 68,312,649  1, 000, 097, 441 74,825,'l:12  1, 087, 079, 726 74,848,000  75,000,000 65,000,000  1, 222, 124, 000  204. Work relief and direct relief: Federal Works Agency ________________________________ -------------------------------- ---------------- ---------------Department of Al!l"iculture _____________________________ ---------------- ---------------- ---------------- ---------------Department of the Interior_____________________________ 2,123,710 472,710 10,400 604,000 National Military Establishment: Department of the Army, military functions ____________________________ ---------------- ---------------- ---------------- ---------------Treasury Department__------------------------------14,000 18,000 ---------------20,000  65,000,000  828, 625, 156  7,841,505 81 1,059,517 159 13,458  1, 074, 922, 713  1, 226, 927, 726  7,751,501  1,715,900  ---------------- ---------------1,565,034  585,400  18,000  ---------------20,000  ------------- ---  Tota.I, work relief and direct relief___________________ _  2,137,710  490,710  10,400  624,000  8,914,720  9,334,535  2,321,300  205. Social security administration: Federal Security Agency ______________________________ _ Department of Commerce ____________________________ _  2,470,400 100,000  235,000 102,000  14,300 10,000  257,800 105,000  3,933,130 90,631  656,946 114,000  269,994 110,600  Tota.I, social security administration _______________ _  2,570,400  337,000  24,300  362,800  4,023,761  770,946  380,594  135, 355, 896 559,294  5,000 176,755,155 9,908,604  5,000 233, 802, 869 23,018,000  7,759,542  8,243,800  206. Promotion of public health: Independent offices: Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin______________________________________________ 5,000 ________________ 5,000 Federal Security Agency_______________________________ 163,178,966 196,037,900 4,896,577 214,139,000 Federal Works Agency ___ ----------------------------2,550,000 775,000 ________________ 650,000 Department of Commerce_---------------------------- ________________________________________________ ----------- ___ _ 7,749,200 7,162,500 537,000 8,225,400 _])epartment of the Interior____________________________   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  9  7,599,385  A28  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  7-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT-Continued APPROPMATIONS  Function and organization unit  EXPENDITURES  1949 ]950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommendation  1948  1950  1949  estimate  actual  estimate  SOCIAL WELFARE, HEALTH, AND SECURITY-Con. 206. Promotion of public health-Continued  National Military Establishment: Department of the Army, civil functions _________________________ ····--$3,552,000 $3,600,000 -··-·-'·-······· $3,488,000 District of Columbia (United States share).-·-·--·-·-- ---·-·-········· ....•.•••••••••...••.•.•••.•..•..•••••••••••••.. Additional appropriations required by proposed legls• lation: Federal Security Agency..................... .......•••..•... ..............•. .•...•.••.•..... 15,000,000 Total, promotion of public health .•.•••.•••.•......  177,030,166  207, 580, 400  $5,433,577  241, 507, 400  $3,102,937  $3,616,666  $3,514,268  4  14,900,000 146,617,525  198,044,967  283, 483, 937  1,633,573 1,153,551 366 77,658,358 3,033,523  1,833,300 1,430,000 128,000 82,733,394 3,411,387  2,004,900 1,444,000 ► 160,000 83,730,350 3,549,044  83,479,371  89,536,081  90,888,294  5,430  269  ----- -- ---------  1, 852, 997, 508  1, 962, 931, 365  2, 357, 882, 108  25,141 •537,000 61,341,796  33,665 •550,000 47,404,636  207. Crime control and correction:  The Judiciary......................................... 1, 650,000 1, 700, 000 157,000 2, 002, 000 Federal Security Agency•.•....•.....••••.•.••.••........•......••••.....•••••..........•••.•........•...............•. Department of the Interior............................. ..........•..... 125,000 16,000 164,500 Department of Justice................................. 76,183,730 76,805,000 7,455, 760 86,702,000 Treasury Department................................. 3,077,000 3,165,000 202,249 3,560,000 Total, crime control and correction ...•.•...•..••.•..  80,910,730  81,795,000  7,831,009  92,428,500  208. Community welfare se"ices: Federal Security Agency .....................••••••••.•••.••....•......•.....•••.•.•••••••••  Total, social welfare, health, and security............  1, 791, 399, 206  1, 843, 943, 058  168, 242, 129  2, 310, 970, 000  HOUSING AND COMMUNITY FACILITIES 251. Public housing programs:  Executive Office of the President .•••.••••••....••••••..•..•......••••..••••••••••••••....•.•.•••••••••.•....••.••••... Independent offices: National Capital Housing Authority.............. 22,050 24,700 1,700 34,900 Reconstruction Finance Corporation ..••••••••••••.....•.•....••...••..••....•.....••.•••••.••••....••......••••.. Housing and Home Finance Agency................... 145,052,534 130,835,458 ••.•.....••..•.. 180,775,300 Department of the Interior •••••.•••••.••....•••••••••..•••.•••••••••••.•••••.•..•......•••••••.••••••• ·•···--··-·····Department of Labor ••••.......•..•...•••••••..........•.•....••....•.••.•••.•...•.....•••.•.•.•.•••••..••••••••....•. National Military Establishment: Department of the Army, military functions .•••••...•.•......•....••.•••••••.•.•.•.•.•......•••....•.•...•........ Department of the Navy .•••••••••.......•.•••••••................••••.•........••.•....••.•.•...•.••••••••••••... Additional appropriations required by proposed legls• lation: Housing and Home Finance Agency.......... .....•••.•.••••• ..•...•••••.•••. 100,000 4,500,000 Total, public housing programs..•..••.••.•.•.•....  145,074, 584  130, 860, 158  101,700  185, 310, 200  946 542,361 •1,960,005 98,834,565 3,914 1,021 171 666,822  98,089,795  712 ······-··-···-·15,090,000  129,010,000  75,920,649  175,898, 201  252. Aids to private housing:  Independent offices: Reconstruction Finance Corpo116,211, 100 340,463,000 ration ..•••..••......•••.••••••..•.•.••••••••••.........••.••••..•••••..•..•....•.•..•••• ··.•.•••...... .•..•....•....•. Housing and Home Finance Agency................... ...••.•...••••.• 10,000,000 .••••••••••••••. .••.•••••.••••.. • 174,689,036 • 118,132,422 Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Independent offices: Reconstruction Finance Corporation..•..•..•.••••••.••••••••••••••••••••••••.•...•••.•••.•.•.•..•...•..•••••.•••.•........... , .....•.•.•.•...•.•••••••••••...•.••••••••.•.•. Department of Agriculture......................... .•••••••••.••••. .•..•.........•• .•••••••••••••.. 5,200,000 .•..••••••••••.•.....•.••••••••• Total, aids to private housing ...•.•.•.........•..•...............  10,000,000 ••. ~ .•..........  162,518,000 • 88, 614, 298  50,000,000 20,000,000  5,200,000  • 58,477, 936  222, 330, 578  l~,903,7~  1,620,000  6,130,050 972,206  1,106,335  1,536,000  50,000  16,520,000 ~000,000  253. Other housing servjces and administration:  Independent offices: Housing Expediter ••••.•••..••... 6,125,000 152,546 Housing and Home Finance Agency•••.••••••.••...... 1,065,000 30,000 Additional appropriations required by proposed legls• lation: Housing and Home Finance Agency............... •••.•.•.•••••••• .•.•..•.....•••. 70,000 Department of Commerce ••••••.••••••••.••••••••. ····"·:········· ..•.•••••••...••.•.•..••••••••.•  12,000,000 15,000,000  1-~-----1------l·------1------·l------1------lf-------  Total, other housing services and administration.  6,277,546  1,065,000  100,000  28,620,000  7,102,256  1,156,335  ~056,000  254. Provision of community facilities:  Executive Office of the President...................... 500,000 ...................................••..•...•..........••.•...... Independent offices: National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics..... ....•••••••••••• ..•••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••. .•..••..•••.•••. 413 Reconstructian Finance Corporation•••••••••••••••...••• , ••••••••• ·········-"··-·· •••••••••••••••••.••••••••••• ,.. 24,587,418 Federal Security Agency............................................................................................... 589 • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  350,000  34,606,000 1,000  31,834,000 1,000  A29  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  7-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  EXPENDITURES  1949  Function and organization unit  1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommendation  1948  1949  actual  estimate  1950  estimate  HOUSING AND COMMUNITY FACILITIES-Continued 254. Pro•ision of community facilities-Continued  Federal Works Agency __ -----------------------------$1,707,687 $896,250 ________________ $800,000 Housing and Home Finance Agency __________________________________________________________________________________ _ Department of Agriculture ____ ------------------------ _______________________________________________________________ _ Department of the Interior ___________________________________________________________________________________________ _  $10, 102, 369 38,619 2  26,491  $14, 854, 312 1,075 120 384  $8,107, 741  National Military Establishment: Department of the Army, military functions_______ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ 34,402 1,954 _______________ _ Department of the Navy _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _ Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Federal Works Agency ______________________________________________________________________ _ Total, provision of community facilities ___________ _  2,207,687  896,250  Total, housing and community facilities ___________ _  153, 559, 817  142,821,408  $201,700  7,000,000  4,000,000  7,800,000  34,790,303  49,814,845  43,942, 741  226, 930, 200  81,504,418  349, 222, 407  387,800,644  34,092,083  32,941,828 5,460,876 50,000  34,287.439 4,426,554 50,027  34,062,249 1,000,000 50,500  EDUCATION AND GENERAL RESEARCH 301. Promotion of education:  Federal Security Agency ______________________________ _ 33,282,965 34,057,883 100,000 Federal Works Agency _______________________________ _ 3,000,000 2,000,000 4,500,000 Department of the Interior ___________________________ _ 50,026 50,500 Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: .. Federal Security Agency ____________________________________________________________________ _ Total, promotion of education ____________________ _  37,832,991  37,108,383  2,100,000  50,500 301, 250, 000 335, 392, 583  291, 125, 000 38,452, 704  38,764,020  326, 237, 749  982,300 2,928,100 7,620,000 12,049,000  302. Educational aid to special groups:  Legislative branch_____________________________________ 1,000,000 974,000 5,400 1,000,000 588,079 Federal Security Agency_______________________________ 4,671,980 3,114,640 404,460 8,494,725 2,608,828 Federal Works Agency _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _ Department of the Interior----------------------------  11,139, 700  10,100,000  696,000  12,200,000  11,958,497  1,014,128 3,336,056 1,650,000 11,188,959  Total, educational aid to special groups _____________ _  16,811,680  14,188,640  1,105,860  21,694, 725  15,155,404  17,189,143  23,579,400  5,120,712 2,944,480 320  6,241,566 3,602, 128  6,702, 725 3. 682,750  8,065,512  9,843,694  10,385,475  885,421 65,664 12,122,347  248,060 18,319,251  700,000 50,373,659  119,569 452,175  4,065 467,553  492,957  303. Library and museum services: Legislative branch_____________________________________ 5,124,159 5,206,586 403,550 6,781,349 Independent offices: Smithsonian Institution__________ 3,009,738 3,316,000 284,250 3,647, 700 Department of the Interior.-····---------------------- -----------·---- ______________________________________________ _  Total, library and museum services_________________ _  8,133,897  8,522,586  687,800  10,429,049  304. General-purpose research: Executive Office or the President______________________ 90,000 ---------·------ -·-----·-------- _______________ _ Federal Works Agency __ -----·------------·--·-------- ________________ 100,000 ________________ 875,000 Department of Commerce_____________________________ 15,005, ooo 16,971,000 918,000 85,780,000 National Military Establishment: Office of Secretary of Defense ______________________________________________________________________ ---------------Department of the Navy__________________________ 450,000 465,000 --------------·498,000 Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Independent offices: National Science Foundation _________________ -------·---·---- ________________ 2,500,000 Department of Commerce_------------------------ -------·-----·-· ________________ ________________ 250. 000  2,000,000 225,000  Total, general-purpose research _________________ _  15,545,000  17,536,000  918,000  89,903,000  13,645,176  19,038,929  53,791,616  Total, education and general research ___________ _  78,323,568  77,355,609  4,811,660  457, 419, 357  75,318,796  84,835,786  413, 994, 240  800000-49-IX   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A30  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  7-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Function and organization unit  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  1950 recommendation  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  AGRICULTURE AND AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES 351. Development and Improvement or aanculture, esceptlng financial aids and conservation: Federal Security Agency_______________________________________________  $1,000,000 _______________________________________________________________________________ _  Department of Agriculture_____________________________ $146,646,454 125,982,860 $20,748,600 $148,332,718 Department of Commerce._--------------------------- ________________ ---------------- ________________ ________________ Department of the Interior_--------------------------899,300 808,207 58,900 985,000 Department of State ___________________________________ ---------------- ---------------- --------------·- ---------------Total, development and.improvement of agriculture, excepting financial aids and conservation __________ _  147,545, 754  127, 791, 067  20, 807, 500  149,317, 718  $146,205,240 $151,664,365 $150,120,484 92,398 _______________________________ _ 965,402 888,652 960,200 250 250 ----------------  147,263,290  152, 553, 267  151, 080, 684  471,492  • 10,000  • 20,000  352. Loan and investment programs to aid agriculture: Independent offices: Reconstruction Finance Corpora• tlon_____ __ ___ ___ __ ___ ___ ___ _____________________ _____ ___ ______ __ _____ ____ ___ __ ____ __ _ _______________________________ _  Department of Agriculture: Regular activities. ________________________________ _  300, 780, 433 404, 410, 801 109, 700, 000 119, 425, 000 121, 065, 000 1,711,000 Government corporations and enterprises: Commodity Credit Corporation _______________________________ ---------------- _______________________________ _ • 200, 147, 961 865, 726, 827 15,000,000 3,725,000 168,000 4,054,000 Federal Crop Insurance Corporation____________ • 236,619 • 5,697,592 Farm Credit Administration___________________ 3,057,134 2, 760,400 42,100 2,794,000 3,428,948 2,008,814 Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation _____________________________________________________________________ _ • 60, 634, 612 • 26, 210, 184 Federal intermediate credit banks ________________________________________________________________________ _ 1,397,744 736,569 Production credit corporations____________________________________________________________________________ _ • 35, 078, 975 • 11, 258, 998 Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation .• ________________ ---------------- _______________________________ _ 780,800 • 224,690 Department or the Interior_____________________________________________ ---------------- ________________ 2,400,000 1,758,131 290,598 Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Department of Agriculture: Government corporations and enterprises: Commodity Credit Corporation ______ ·_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _  Total, loan and investment programs to aid agri• culture ___ • _____________________________________ _  127, 807, 134  125, 910, 400  1,921,100  130, 313, 000  996, 505, 025  193,260  277,102  290,277  347, 560, 855  384, 527, 487  393,616,000  3,842, 116 166,191  173,808  150,000  601,601  0  225,000 ---------------- ---------------Government corporations and enterprises: Commodity Credit Corporation ______________________________________________________________________________________ ---------------· _______________ _ 367, 023, 930  279, 947, 728  14,000,000  405, 225, 000  25,000,000  1, 207, 457, 658  Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Department of Agriculture: Regular activities .. _______________________________________________________________________________ _  Total, other financial aids _____________________ _  537, 788, 000 2,096,296 2,664,700 • 14, 912, 400. • 50,000 • 4,000,000 • 36,700 2,400,000  35,333, 868  353. Other financial aids: Independent offices: General Accounting Office ________________________________________________________________________________________ _ Reconstruction Finance Corporation ______________________________________________________________________________ _  Department of Agriculture: 367, 023, 930 279, 947, 728 405, 000, 000 14,000,000 Regular activities .. __ -----------------------------Government corporations and enterprises: Commodity Credit Corporation _____________________________________________________________________________________ _ Department of the Interior ____________________________________________________________________________ ---------------·  445,575,079  344, 679, 791  35t. Conservation and development of agricultural land and water resources: Department of Agriculture_____________________________ 43,863,989 52,406,200 3,665,000 60,240,000 46,781,794 Department of the Interior ___ ------------------------- ---------------- _______________________________________________ _ 1,227,715 Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Department or Agriculture: Regular activities. ---------------- ---------------5,000,000 ---------------- ----------------  200,000 55,500,000  384, 978, 397  449, 756, 277  56,830,061 2,600,000  60,006,711 515,000  500,000  4,000,000  Total, conservation and development of agricultural land and water resources __________________ _  43,863,989  52,406,200  8,665,000  60,240,000  48, 009, 509  59, 930, 061  64,521,711  Total, agriculture and agricultural resources ______ _  686, 240, 807  586, 055, 395  45,393,600  745,095, 718  575,286,458  1,804, 919, 383  1, 661, 863, 697  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A31  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  7-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  EXPENDITURES  1949  Function and organization unit  1950  1948  actual  Actual  recommenda• tion  Anticipated supplemental  1948  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  NATURAL RESOURCES NOT PRIMARILY AGRICULTURAL 401. Conservation and development of land and water resources not primarily agricut tural:  Independent offices: Federal Power Commission.........•.....•.....•.. Tennessee Valley Associated Cooperatives, Inc..... Tennessee Valley Authority ....................... Department of the Interior ............................ National Military Establishment: Department of the Army, civil functions ................................ Department of State................................... Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Department of the Interior..................... Total, conservation and development of land and water resources not primarily agricultural ........  18,700,000 170,539,162  27,389,061 287,310, 048  3,450,000 25,690,350  56,400,000 431, 306, 600  $283,745 • 54,947 33,827,917 202, 231, 413  299, 560, 415 4,975,000  412, 985, 638 2,480,100  16,000,000 78,000  505, 038, 388 4,075,000  246, 339, 719 2,407,274  $309,350  $366,700  $18,000  $377,400  ---------------- ---------------- ··--------------- ---------------  ---------------- ---------------- ----------------  5,000,000  ➔---------------·  $360,219 • 10,137 28,655,933 328, 317, 186  --------------48,861,000  442, 085, 267 4,752,000  480, 557, 697 9,909,000  ----------------  $377,400  396, 131, 950  4,000,000  494, 083, 927  730, 531, 547  45,236,350  1,002,197,388  485, 035, 121  804, 160, 468  939, 837, 047  Department of Agriculture .....••••••.•....••••.••••••• Department of the Interior.••••••••••••..•••••••••••••.  58,634,055 4,764,336  51,730,575 4,737,000  8,800,000 191,300  67,711,500 5,266,000  56,500,211 3,492,341  62,413,458 4,549,243  69,162,850 5,055,000  Total, conservation and development of forest resources.•••••••••••••..••••.••.•....•....•....••.•••  63,398,391  56,467,575  8,991,300  72,977,500  59,992,552  66,962,701  74,217,850  30,520,500  66,257 26,111,454  81,204 33,934,321  83,901 30,981,215  10,000,000  6,978,282  14,953,985  17,816,895  402. Conservation and development of forest resources:  403. Conservation and development of mineral resources:  Department of Agriculture .•.•••••••...........•••••••• Department of the Interior.•••••••••••••••••••••••••••• National Military Establishment: Department of the Navy.....•.............•••••.•••••••••••••••.•.•.... Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Synthetic fuels commercial production •••••••••.•.. Department of the Interior .....••••••..••...••..•.. Total, conservation and development of mineral resources...•..........••••••• _•••••••••.•••.... 404. Conservation and development of fish and wildlife: Department of the Interior ..••...••..•.....•....••••.. Post Office Department (general fund) •••.••••••...... Department of State.••..••••••••••.....••.........•...  Total, conservation and development of fish and wildlife .•.....•••..•••.•..••......•...........•....  ---------------- ------------- --- --------------- - ------- --------21,114,747  28,493,400  100,000  23,845,500  4,752,770  ----------------  ---------------- ------------------------------- ---------------- ------------- --- ---- --------------------------- ---------------- ------- --------- 15,000,000 --------------- - ----- -----------  1,000,000 5,000,000  21,214,747  52,238,900  4,752,770  M, 520,500  33,155,993  48,969,510  54,882,011  21,087,951  23,623,573  620,300  23,573,000  12,139,528 26,292 206,991  25,312,401 29,996 139,929  23,643,735 30,942 136,818  -- -------- ------ ---------------- ---------------- ---------------25,000 25,000 ---------------- ---------------21,112,951  23,648,573  620,300  23,573,000  12,372,811  25,482,326  23,811,495  9,737,055  12,201,046  826,845  28,265,181  15,847,333  21,741,600  25,669,000  512, 050, 000  25,000,000  740, 200, 000  465, 586, 869 78,922 88,699 1,077,526  632, 200, 000 7,178 54,049 84,537  - -- -------------  43,940 7,735,901  7,596 2,135,000  ---------------- ------------·----------------289,099  405. RecreatloDBI nse of natural resources: Department of the  Interior.•.•..••••......................•.••........ -... -. 406. Development and control of atomic energy:  Independent offices: Atomic Energy Commission...... 175,191, 736 Department of Commerce •••.•.•...•..........•.••••.. ---------------Department of the Interior •••••• _•••••••••••••• _••.... Department of Justice .•.••••...•..•..••••...••••••••.. ---------------National Military Establishment: Department of the Army, military functions .....•• Department of the Navy ••••••..••••••••........•• ------ ----- -----  ------- --------- ---------------- ----------------  ---------------- ---------------- ----- ------ ----- ----------- -------- ------------ ---------------- ------- ---------------- ------- ---------------- --------- ----- -- ---------------------------- --- ---------------- ----------------  726, 200, 000  Total, development and control of atomic energy.  175,191, 736  512, 050, 000  25,000,000  740, 200,000  474,611,857  634, 488, 360  725, 489, 099  C09. General resource surveys: Department of the Interior •••..  10,576,340  13,027,000  726, 750  17,900,000  10,319,064  13,918,709  16,881,067  Total, natural resources not primarily agricultural ..•••.  795,315,147  1,400, 264, 641  86,154,315  1, 940, 633, 569  1,091,334, 731  1,615,723,674  1, 860, 787, 569  ' • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures,   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A32  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  7-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS  1949  Function and organization unit 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  1950 recommendation  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1050 estimate  $152, 007, 791 80,100 192 2,000,000  $182,200,000 15,000  TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION 451. Promotion of the merchant marine: Independent offices: United States Maritime CommisSion---·----·-·······-·············•··-··············· Federal Security AgenCY---·········-··•······-·······Housing and Home Finance Agency_················-· Department of Commerce ..•.... ·-·········-·-·-··-··· Additional appropriations required by proposed legisla• tion: Department of Commerce..•. ·-················  Total, promotion of the merchant marine._ ..•.....  $252,564,915 $101,988, 751 $2,000,000 fl14, 569,390 $182,683, 188 -·-····•········ ·····--········- --·········•···· ......•...•..... 26,148 ....•.•.•..••.....•.•............••...•...•.•... -··············- -··············-··-·········-·· 2,000,000 -··············1,000,000 --·············· 2,000,000  ..•............. -··············- ...••.•.•.•.•... 252, 564, 915  103, 988, 751  2,000,000  1,000,000  117,569,390  2,000,000 182, 709, 336  154, 088, 083  185, 215, 000  452. Provision of navigation aids and facilities: Independent offices: Panama Railroad Company...... 10,000,000 .............•.•.........•.•.•...............••..........•.•.••.. ···············- -··············· 715,267 Department of the Interior... ···················-··•·- •..........•.•••...............•......•.•••...............•.•.•. 106,422 972,000 National Military Establishment: Department of the Army, civil functions ..••..•....•....•.•.•••.•..•.... 125, 200, 149 188, 177, 125 133, 360, 437 180, 888, 100 12,000,000 244, 674, 100 224, 908, 005 Treasury Department. .•..•.........• _............... _ 149,567,000 106,027,882 140,511,798 106, 650, 000 140,438, 755 280,000 148, 345, 621 Additional appropriations required by proposed legis· lation: National Military Establishment, Depart• ment of the Army, civil functions ..................•...........................•.•... -······-········ 20,000,000 8,000,000  Total, provision of navigation aids and facilities ....  250,010,437  321, 326, 855  453. Provision or highways: Federal Works Agency ....•.•.•.•...•...............•. Department of Agriculture .....•.•.•...•.........•.•••• Department of the Interior ................••••..•••.••  264, 000, 000 18,130,704 14,520,000  Total, provision of highways .......•.......••..•.••••  296, 650, 704  414, 241, 100  231, 334,453  329, 404, 190  382, 225, 626  435, 588, 854 ------- ---24,948,000 - --------13,042,400 -  ----------- ----------- --  423, 500, 000 2,398,000 29,542,000  331, 277, 290 17,859,862 7,041,569  443, 526, 682 25,631,870 18,731,010  501, 390, 000 3,448,734 27,925,500  473, 579, 254 - -- ----- --------  455, 440, 000  356, 178, 721  487, 889, 562  532, 764, 234  37,542,857 112,167 98,051,614  44,300,000 328,811 149, 928, 195  59,900,000 195, 534, 968  136,175,017  194, 557, 006  255, 434, 968  310,959  454,839  5,000  10,529,258 3,871,432 120,200  11,251,501 3,721,295  11,330,240 3,944,972  14,831,849  15,427, 6M  15,280,212  • 1,460,405 9,515,828 25,390,710  • 3,561,000 10,510,941 32,700,000  1,932,000 10,886,315 40,100,000  106,731 6,111  50,000 5,747  24,000 3,654  51,963,500  33,558,975  39,705,688  52,945,969  153, 672, 300  304,437,093  526, 941, 480  12,280,000  454. Promotion of aviation, including provision of airways and airports: Independent offices: National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics_......................................... 43,453,432 47,910,000 800,000 63,705,000 Federal Works Agency ....•.•••••.•••.•.•.•...............•.....•...•. -··-·-·-········ -··············· ·····-·······-·· Department of Commerce··············-········•··-·122,814,334 100,470,000 6,625,000 154,008,500 National Military Establishment: Department of the Army, civil functions •...............•............... ·-·············· ........•••.........•••.•.•.•.•. -···············  Total, promotion of aviation, including provision cif airways and airports ......•...................  166, 267, 766  148, 380, 000  7,425,000  217, 713, 500  456. Regulation of transportation: Executive Office of the President ..................... . 410,000 340,000 95,000 Independent offices: Interstate Commerce Conimis• sion_···-·•···--··········••··•·•··········-·-········ 10,747,822 10,895,817 429,000 11,334,600 Department of Commerce ........... ·-················ 3,040,000 3,450,000 187,500 3,980,000 Treasury Department .....•.....•••.•.........................•.....••............•......................•.•..........  Total, regulation of transportation .•.•.•.•.•.•.•...•.  14,197,822  14,685,817  711,500  15,314,600  456. Other se"ices to transportation: Independent offices: Reconstruction Finance Cor• poration_. _........................................•......•••.•.•........•.•.•.•.•.....•.•.•...•...... -········· •.... Department of Commerce............................. 9, 702, 000 10,255,000 440, 500 11, 153, 000 Department of the Interior............................ 26, 028, 626 32, 050, 000 .. .•.•••... ..••• 40, 800,000 National Military Establishment: Department of the Navy_··-._-·· .........•••••.....••••........••...... 140,000 Treasury Department ...•........••••.....••••. _.....• 4,791,456 10,257 10,500  Total, other services to transportation.············-·  40,662,082  42,315,257  440,500  457. Postal service (from general fund): Post Office Depart• ment (general fund) •.••........•...•.......•...•.•.••••.•  310,215 499  213, 411, 825  313, 030, 147  • Deduct. excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • After adjustment for proposed postal rate increase in the amount of $250,000,000.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  3  468,379  I  151, 690, 854  A33  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  7-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  EXPENDITURES  1049  Function and organization unit  1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommendation  1948  1049  estimate  actual  1950  estimate  TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION-Con. 458. Regulation of communication: Independent offices: Federal Communications Commission _________________ Office of Censorship ____________ .. _______________ • ______  $6,240,202  $6,351,000  $367,000  $6,634,000  ------ -- -- -- - -- - -- -- --- - - - - -- - -- - - - - ---- -- ---- -- --- - ----- - - -- -- -  Total, regulation of communication __________________  6,240,202  6,351,000  367,000  459. Other services to communication: National Military Establishment: Department of the Army, civil functions. _______________________________  1,804,000 --- --- --- -- ----1. 804,000 Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: National Military Establishment: Department of the Army, civil functions. ___________________ - -- ---- ---- -- - - - - -- -- --- -- - -- -- - - -- - - -- --- -  --  --  Total, other services to communication ____________  1,804,000  Total, transportation and communication __________  1, 338, 613, 427  5,738,700  $6, 704, 785 $6,135,801 1,579 - ----- --- -- -- - --  $6,687,270  -- -- -- - - - - --- - - .  6,634,000  6,137,380  6, 704, 785  6,687,270  3,114,000  1,300,532  1,800,000  2,900,000  3,561,000 - - -- -------- - - --  ---- -- --- - --- -- -  761,000  1,804,000 - -- - -- - - - - - --- --  6,675,000  1,300,532  1,800,000  3,661, oco  1, 325, 842, 759  336, 254, 147  1, 439, 223, 390  1, 266, 663, 356  1,756,518,429  1, 585, 905, 133  5,826,140  274,000  5,970,000  5,532,038 • 136 • 2,650 • 2,939  6,114,717  5,932,869  5,526,313  6,713,035  6,547,677  • 21, 255, 240  • 10, 534, 000  • 8,826,000  758,447  835,000  FINANCE, COMMERCE, AND INDUSTRY  im1.  Control of money supply and private finance: Independent offices: Securities and Exchange Commission ______________  -- --- - ----- ------- --- - - -------- ------ -- ---- --- --- -- -------- .. --- ----- --- -- --- ---- ------ ----- - -- -- --- -- - - -- --624,668 -- ---- -- -- - -- --618,500 -- - -- -- - -- --- ---  Miscellaneous accounts.-----·-·------------·--···- ---- ----- -Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ____________ -- - -- --Federal Security Agency ________________ .• ____________ • Total, control of money supply and private finance_.  5,738,700  6,450,808  274,000  6,588,500  --------------- --- ............................... -------------------- -598,318 ---- ---614,808  502. Loans and investments to aid 1irivate financial institutions:  Independent offices: Reconstruction Finance Corporation. _______ . ___________________ ------------------------ - -  --------- --- -- - ---------- ----- -- ----- -- ------- ----- - -- -- ----- -  503. Promotion or regulation of trade and industry: Legislative branch. _____________ .. ________ . ____________ 626,925 714,500 Executive Office of the President. ______________________ ---- --- --- --- - -- - --- -Independent offices: Federal Power Commission ________________________ 3,651,500 3,710,750 Federal Trade Commission ________________________ 2, g55,443 3,448,035 Housing Expediter ____________________ . ____________ 18,074,000 15, 172, 100 Price Decontrol Board _____________________________ - - - - -- -- -- --- -- - --- -- -- - -- - - --- rrariff Commission _________________________ --- -- -- 1, 151,984 1,200,000 Reconstruction Finance Corporation .. __________ . __ -------------- - - --- - -- - -Department of Agriculture _____________________________ g50, 000 --- - -- -- -- - - - -- Department of Commerce. __ .... _____ ._ .••• ___________ 23,439,500 23,244,537 Department of the Interior_._ •• ______________ •. _______ 35,050 34,943 Department of Justice ___________________, ______________ 2,400,000 3,411,700 275,000 -- ----- --- -----Treasury Department __ ------------------------------Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: the President ______________ Funds appropriated to -- --------- -- --- - - - --Independent offices: Housing Expediter ___________ -- -- ---- - ---- --- - - ----- --------Department of Commerce _________________________  ----  -- -------- --- - - .. -- - --- - -- -- - ------ ---- -- -  Total, promotion or regulation of trade and industry __ . __ • __ . __ •.• _••• _••••• ______ . __ ••• _•••• 504. Business loans and guarantees: Independent offices: Reconstruction Finance Corporation. ____________________ 505. War damage insurance: Independent offices: Reconstruc• tion Finance Corporation________________________________  53,374,337  838,200  51,131,635  210,000 rn8,000 1,200,000  3,862,600 3, 73g, 000  70,300  1,350,000  -- --- - --- -- -- -- - -- - ----- --- -- -- - _.,_ - -- - -- - - -- --  -- --- - - - -- ---- -- -- -- - - - - --- ---- - --- -- --- -- --- -- ---- --- -- - -- ---12,141,000 1,590 157,800  - ----  18,116,000 37,050 3,650,000  ----------- -- ---- ----- -- -- 3,000,000 5,400,000 1,600,000  15,000,000 24,000,000 5,000,000  24,045,990  75,592,850  -- -- -- -- -------- ---------------- -- -------- -- --- - -- ------- -- -- -- ----------------  Total, finance, commerce, and industry ________________ • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over!expenditures.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  67,300  ---- -- --- ---- -- ------- - -- --- --- -- -- ---  --  59,113,037  ---------------- ---------------- ---------------57,582,443  24,319,990  82,181,350  627,258 748,528 - - - --  -- -- --- -- -- - --- -- ----- -----  3,856,358 3, sgo, 797 3,479,391 3,748,000 3,525,920 2,000,212 17,740,082 rn, 209,256 - --458 - - - -- - - - - -- - - - - - - ----- ---- - --- -1,341,000 1,260,911 1,136,365 75,062 ---------------- - - -- -- -- -- -- - --17,297 --- - ---- - - -- - 2,739,641 22,912,702 30,178, g51 20,572,641 36,090 38,500 156,721 3,642,500 3,476,300 2,275, 3g5 1,398,265 -- -- -322,652  ------ ---- -  --  ----------  -------- -- -- -- -------- -- ----- ------- ---------54,303,580  29,893,688 19, gg9, 463 88, 36'1, 804  2,500,000 6,076,000 1,420,000  13,500,000 23,324,000 4,676,000  71,281,470  77,871,650  34,871,000  31,080,000  ___ ,.. ______ .,. _____ 102, 331, 505  630,000 107, 303, 327  A34  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  7-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS 1949  Function and organization unit  1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommenda• tion  1949  1948  estimate  actual  1950  estimate  LABOR 551. Mediation and regulation of employment conditions:  Executive Office of the President ...........•••.•..•.•........•••.•.••......••.•.•.•.•...•••.•.•..••.•..••••.•.•...•... Independent offices: Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service ...•... $3,000,000 $2,260,000 $2,815,000 5,974,765 9,000,000 National Labor Relations Board ...•.•.•.•......... 9,400,000 918,200 862,550 National Mediation Board .....•...•...........•... 928,500 $44,100 3,596,500 Department of the Interior •.............••..•.•.•... ~. 3,023,000 236,700 3,900,000 5,594,200 Department of Labor..•...•.•.....................••.. 6,086,800 5,540,001 397,000 Additional appropriations required by proposed legis• lation: Independent offices: National Commission Against Discrimination in Employment .•...•••.•.•.••.....•.•...............•.............••••.••.•.•••• 600,000 Department of Labor ....•••................••••.......•.•••.•...•.•.•.•.•.•.•••.....•••...•.....•. 3,060,000 Total, mediation and regulation of employment conditions .....•..•........•...•••...•...•.•...  17,715,966  22,543,250  677,800  26,390,300  $1,618 1,916,664 5,044,041 852,946 2,874,281 5,442,395  $2,821,600 8,962,637 938,070 3,895,700 6,054,550  $2,863,665 9,203,228 908,635 3,804,829 5,931,642  500,000 3,052,000  16,131,945  26,224,557  22,711,999  552. Unemployment compensation and placement activities:  Executive Office of the President .•••..........•....•........•.....••.........•.........•.•..••..•.•........•.......... Independent offices: 14,514,665 Railroad Retirement Board ...........•...••.••.•.. 11,000,000 11,000,000 ·•·•··•••···•·•· 71,285,032 Federal Security Agency ..•....•.•.....•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•. 137, 724, 000 204,891 139, 450, 000 69,.819, 015 Department of Labor •...•.•...•...•••.....•...•.....•. Total, unemployment compensation and place• ment activities ......••••••....•....•.•.....•..••...  98 ······-········· ···•····•·•·•·•• 14,991,228 71,266,875 70,092,058  . 14, 708, 604 137, 275, 587  10,923,795 139, 552, 100  155, 618, 712  148, 724, 000  204,891  150, 450, 000  156,350, 259  151, 984, 191  150, 475, 895  553. Training of workers: Department of Labor .•••••••..•••... 554. Labor information, statistics, and general administration:  2,107,800  2,444,000  132,000  2,605,000  2,075,732  2,522,552  2,606,600  Department of Labor.........•.....•..................•.  8,623,562  6,178,000  453,900  7,588,200  8,237,191  6,800,944  7,522,899  Total, labor...•...•..••.....•....•......•.............  184, 066, 040  179, 889, 250  1,468,591  187, 033, 500  182,795,127  184, 019, 686  186, 829, 951  36,324,169  33,128,550  1,575,825  46,567,640  31,715,597  36,987,008  45,972,563  25,000 20,995,700  23,660 18,040,211  21,597 19,188,311  24,700 20,755,475  90,000 300,000 5,000,000  82,974  92,807 80,000 1,000,000  89,830 290,000 5,000,000  GENERAL GOVERNMENT 601. Legislative functions: Legislative branch....  a •••••••••••••  602. Judicial functions:  Legislative branch.•.......•...•.......•.•..••...•...•. 24,000 20,000 The Judiciary ..........•....••...•.•.•••.•.•.••....•.•. 18,920,850 18,497,468 810,200 Independent offices: Indian Claims Commission........................ 150,000 90,000 ............... . Motor Carrier Claims Commission ......••.....••......•.......... ·-·-············ 100,000 Federal Works Agency................................. 1,000,000 ...................•••..••...... Total, judicial functions ..•• -.......•.........•...•.•.  19,667,468  19,034,850  910. 200  26,410,700  18,146,845  20,382,715  26,160,005  5,686,358  5,089,312  208,457  6,365,040  5,648,214  5,479,435  6,420,671  677,866  -- ---- --- ------ -  434,108  1,260,734 350,000 456,287  6,760,484  7,546,456  10,474,874  33,790,969 743,721 10,389 182,986 2,547,223 378, 953, 606  36,384,740 788,419 2,734 196,750 3,698,464 359,142,450  37,101,455 801,316  416,228,894  400, 213, 557  603. Ezecutive direction and management:  Executive Office of the President ...•...........•...... Independent offices: Commission on Organization of the executive branch of the Government •..•......... Federal Work• Agen~y .....................•.....••... Treasury Department. ...•.••....................•....  1,938,600 50,000 450,400  Total, executive direction and management......••..  8,125,358  4,000,000 ............... . 454,600 454,600 ................ 5,543,912  4,208,457  6,819,640  296  3,599,703 454,500  604. Federal linanclal management:  Independent offices: General Accounting Office......................... 36,517,000 33,841,000 2,561,042 36,852,000 The Tax Court of the United States............... 772, 20U 772,200 19,622 800,000 Department of Commerce .••....•.....•....•••.••...•..................•...................•••..............•........•. Department of Justice................................. 187,000 187,000 10,150 198,000 Post Office Department (general fund) ...•.......•.•.•..••.....••••..•. -·•·•····· ...•..•.••..•••••.•.....•••..••••.•.•• Treasury Department................................. 414,808,523 323,342,000 31,598,348 369,085,850  Total, Fedml financial management ••••••••••••••••   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  452, 284, 723  358, 142, 200  34,189,062  406, 935, 850  - --  ------------198,000 4,148,000 365, 714, 564 407,963,335  A35  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  7-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  EXPENDITURES  1949  Function and organization unit  1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  re.commenda• tion  1948  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  GENERAL GOVERNMENT-Continued 605. Interest on refunds ofreceipts: Treasury Department·-··· 606. Government payment toward civilian employees' general retirement system: Independent offices: Civil Service  Commission......•. _____________________________________ _  $56, 540, 937  $82,009,000 ----------------  $82, 009, 000  $56, 540, 937  $82, 009, 000  $82, 009, 000  244, 000, 000  224, 000, 000 ----------------  328, 393, 000  244, 000, 000  224, 000, 000  328, 393, 000  610. Other general government:  Legislative branch ...•..............................••. 18,823,500 16,607,000 $109,155 8,065,589 17,507,200 4,834,716 Executive Office of the President ..................•••• 4,830 22,024 Funds appropriated to the President. ................. . 35,348,000 18,300,000 Independent offices: American Battle Monuments Commission......... 362, 000 1, 078, 500 . ... .. . .. .• ..... 989,859 6, 034, 500 265, 226 Civil Service Commission.......................... 16,896,801 17,038,000 883,000 17,956,469 18,737,000 15,429,983 National Archives................................. 1,261,335 1,359,055 105,300 1,459,430 1,448,000 1,245,458 National Capital Park and Planning Commission.. 354,000 400,000 ...........••.•. 1,021,700 510,656 721,037 National Capital Sesquicentennial Commission.... 15,000 ............................................................... . 15,000 Thomas Jefferson Memorial Commission.......... ................ ................ ........••.•..•. .....•........•. 1,148 United States Maritime Commission........................... .. ................ ................ .............•.. 416 War Assets Administration·-···············-···-·· 103, 626, 450 257,149,270 65,000,000 2,650,000 ..•..•...•.... .. 285,242, 231 Miscellaneous accounts ..................•......... ···"············ ......•..•...•.. ..........••.... ......•.••...... 5,416 Reconstruction Finance Corporation............... ................ ................. ...•............ ..•••........•.. 50,358,425 • 24, 971, 624 Federal Security Agency............................... 4,085, 828 2,903,960 126,000 3,723, 747 3,982,600 1,990,909 Federal Works Agency................................ 68,997,901 65,997,573 5,918,000 77, 919, 195 78,858, 700 71,245,829 Housing and Home Finance Agency................... ................ ................ ........•....... ....••••...••... 4, 125 57,373 Department of Agriculture............................ .........•...... ................ ...•............ ......•.•..•.... 1,186,857 574,767 Department of Commerce.............. ...........•.. 26,787,196 24,465,984 25,102,500 1,530,000 25,268,500 24,858,296 Department of the Interior............................ 17,214,562 23,288, 705 11,192,310 26,286,564 31,264, 720 15,145, 162 Department of Justice................................. 37,253,675 37,872,000 3,252,435 41,655,261 43,990,000 36,804,317 National Military Establishment: Department of the Army: 113, 818, 925 Military functions ...............•.........••..............•.•. ··-·······-····· ·-···········-•· ..............•. 20,202,972 Civil functions .................••...•.•....•. _ 68, 478, 235 50, 363, 966 . .... .. . . . .. .. . . 77,462,777 10, 004, 000 90,486,580 Department of the Navy.......................... 3,000,000 3,223,206 2,300,000 ................ 5,240,960 1,600,000 1,672,370 Department of State_··-····························... 3,608,800 2,680,000 30,000 ....••... ....... 30,000 Treasury Department. .... ••·········•··-·········-... • 3,579,126 3,194,073 1,488,583 2,954,583 189, 700 5,815,083 District of Columbia (United States share)............ 12,019,328 12,012,651 12,000,000 12,000,000 ······-·-······· 12,000,000 Additional appropriations required by proposed legis· lation: Funds appropriated to the President. .............. ··-····--·····-- -····-·········· .•............•. 1,000,000 ...........••.•..............••. Independent otlkes: National Capital Sesqui·Cen• tennial Commission...•.••......................... _.... _.................. -· .. -·· 1, 500, 000 ..•..........•.. __ ...... .. .. .. .. 50, 000 Increased salaries for heads and a.ssistant heads of agencies _____________________________________ --·- _________________________________________________ _ 1. 500,000 Surplus property disposal. ..... ·-····-············- -··········-···· ····-···-·····•· 15,000,000 Federal Works Agency ... _......................... _............................••.•...... _••..... Department of State.............................................•. _.......... _..............•.....  13,200,000  21,000,000 7,400,000 15. 000  9,947,200  5,642,172 18,957,204 1,494,800 1,572, 769  9,500,000 • 10, 327, 500 4,374,164 90,693,457 89,000 25,807,806 32,677,071 43,567,500  6,408,311 34,019,086 1,368,000 63,500 5,730,483 12,000,000  900,000 1,200,000 1,500,000 20,600,000 4,800,000 7,500  Total, other general government.................  569,879,504  342,595,842  42,455,900  288,477.003  731,093, 232  415, 840, 791  322, 592, 523  Total, general government.......................  1,386,822,159  1,064,454,354  83, 339, 444  1, 185, 612, 833  1, 504, 485, 989  1, 186, 979, 617  1, 223, 565, 300  5, 187, 849, 708  5, 325, 000, 000 45,000,000  5, 450, 000, 000 150, 000, 000  40, 180, 017, 813  41, 857, 777, 869  INTEREST ON THE PUBLIC DEBT: Treasury Department.. 5,187,849, 708 5,325,000,000 ............... . 5, 450, 000, 000 RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES ............ -............ ···-······••···-·····-·····-··•· 200, 000, 000 50,000,000 ADJUSTMENT TO DAILY TREASURY STATEMENT BASIS .. -·._ ......... __ ................ _............ _........ ....................... _................. __ .................... _  Total, budget appropriations and expenditures........... 31, 214, 184, 679 • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  34, 273,063,827  2, 661, 334, 279  41, 572, 315, 253  -388, 009, 683 33, 791, 300, 649  A36  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Funotional code No.  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemenW 1  1950 recommendation  1948 actual  LEGISLATIVE BRANCH Senate: Salaries, mileage, e.nd expenses of Senators: $1,203,542 $1,200,000 $1,200,000 $1,200,000 Salaries of Senators .. ----------------------------------- 601 Mileage of President of Senat,;i e.nd Senators. __________ _ 601 91,180 51,000 102,000 51,000 Expense Bllowarice of Senators _________________________ _ 601 240,000 238,208 240,000 240,000 5,818,227 7,605,550 7,082,175 7,132,815 Salaries, officers and employees_.--------------------------- 601 Contingent expenses of the Senate: Salaries and contingent expenses, legislative reorganization _____________________________________ . ________ ._. 601 24,712 100,000 100,000 100,000 Salaries and contingent expenses, Senate Policy Com61,940 87,280 82,000 82,000 mittees __ . __ ------------------- .... -------- __ •. -- -- ... 601 Salaries and contingent expenses, Joint Committee on the Economic Report _______________________________ _ 601 72,640 53,411 70,000 70,000 Salaries and contingent expenses, Joint Committee on Foreign Economic Cooperation ______________________ _ 601 267,280 12,339 282,000 20,000 Salaries e.nd contingent expenses, Joint Committee on Atomic Energy_. ____________ . ______ . __ ... __ . _____ . __ . 601 115,114 154,950 150,000 150,000 Salaries and contingent expenses, Joint Committee on 22,630 21,244 21,310 21.310 Printing. - - -- -- --- -- --- - -- -- -- - --- - -- -- -- -- --- -- - -- -- - 601 Salaries and contingent expenses, Joint Committee on Labor-Management Relations _______________________ _ 601 62,563 50,000 100,000 -------------Joint Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies of 11149 ____ .. 601 ____________ ., __ 10~.000 -------------- ----Contingent expenses, automobile and maintenance, for $545,207 the Vice President ___________________________________ _ 601 3,652 5,000 5,330 5,000 Contingent expenses, automobile and maintenance for the President pro tempore. __ . __________________ .. __ .. 601 5,330 7,500 Contingent expenses, automobiles and maintenance, majority and minority leaders ______________________ _ 601 6,066 10,660 10,000 10,000 Contingent expenses, reporting debates and proceedings. 601 103,605 100,260 100,260 99,315 Contingent expenses, cleaning furniture.: ______________ _ 601 1,813 2,760 2,760 2, 760 Contingent expenses, furniture and repairs ___ .. ______ ._. 601 21,312 14,500 12,000 12,000 Contingent expenses, e-.penses of inquiries and investigations _____________ ... __ . ____________ . ____________ ._ .. 601 950,000 650,000 674,750 875,375 Contingent expenses, folding documents. ______________ _ 601 25,000 14,696 25,000 25,000 Contingent expenses, materials for folding ______________ _ 601 1,500 613 1,500 1,500 Contingent expenses, fuel for heating apparatus __ . ___ . __ 601 2,000 2,122 2,000 2,000 Contingent expenses, kitchens and restaurants ___ . _____ _ 601 53,800 42,500 42,500 64,000 Contingent expenses, mail transportation ______________ _ 601 9,560 9,560 9,560 8,956 Contingent expenses, miscellaneous items ______________ _ 601 626,765 626,765 630,395 593,580 Contingent expenses, packing boxes ____________________ _ 601 3,000 3,000 3,000 2,304 Contingent expensos, postage.-------------------------- 601 500 500 500 MO Contingent expensos, air-mail and special-delivery stamps_______________________________________________ _ 601 10,250 10,250 10,250 6,300 Contingent expenses, stationery ________________________ _ 601 68,400 58,500 73,850 58,500 Contingent expenses, compiling and preparing a revised edition of the biographical directory or the American Congress _____ ._. _____ . __ . __ . ___________ . _____________ _ 601 10,247 Contingent expenses, storage of documents ____ . __ ... __ _ 601 3,174 2,645 --------------- ------------ -- ------------·-Salaries and expenses, Joint Committee on Federal 601 2,854 Expenditures ______ --------------------------------Salaries and expenses, Temporary Congressional A via50,000 49,126 tion Policy Board _________ ---------------------------- 601 Payment to son and daughter of Hon. Theodore G. Bilbo. -- .. _________ .... ____ ....... __ ... _____________ .. 601 12,500 12,500 Payment to widow of Hon. John H. Overton. _________ _ 601 12,500 Payment to Henry V. DeMott for services .•. __________ _ 601 --------------- --- ---- ---- ---- -Z75 -- ---- --- - --- ----- --- ---  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  ---- -- ---  ---------------  $11,502,300  $11, 185, 107  ----  Total, Senate __ . _______________________ . ______ ._. ____ . __ . __ . House of Representatives: Salaries, mileage, and expenses of Members: Salaries of Members and Delegates______________________ Mileage and expenses of Members and Delegates________ Salaries, officers and employees.____________________________ Clerk !tire, Members and Delegates_________________________ 1  601 601 601 601  11,138,625  11,033,275  5,482,500 1,521,785 3,308,030 5,915,000  5,482,500 1,266,000 3,317,180 5,915,000  545,207  l  Unless otherwise indicated, the anticipated supplementals in this column are due to pay increases.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  r  11,398,970  9,545,895  5,482,500 1,266,000 3,748,080 6,401,000  5,811,434 1. 594,501 2,659,629 5,815,120  11,502,300  l  11,185,107  A37  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Funetional code No.  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommendation  1948  actual  1949  1950  estimate  estimate  $18, 271, 905  $18, 625, 420  18,271,905  18,625,420  251,160  253,810  LEGISLATIVE BRANCH-Continued House of Representatives-Continued  Contingent expenses of the House: Contingent expenses, furniture, repairs, and packing boxes ... ____ . _________ ... _____________________________ Contingent expenses, miscellaneous items _______________ Contingent expenses, stenographic reports of committee hearings. _____________________________________________ Contingent expenses, expenses of special and select committees _______________________________________________ Salaries and contingent expenses, Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation ___________________________ Salaries and contingent expenses, Office of the Coordinator of Information_-------------· ___________________ Contingent expenses, telegraph and telephone service __ Contingent expenses, stationery, revolving fund. _______ Contingent expenses, attending physician _______________ Contingent expenses, postage stamps. __________________ Contingent expenses, folding documents ________________ Contingent expenses, revision of laws ___________________ Contingent expenses, automobile and maintenance, for the Speaker__________________________ • ________________ Contingent expenses, preparation of new edition of the United States Code ___________________________________ Payment for contesting seats ________________________________ Payment to John C. Gall for services _______________________ Payment to son and daughter of Hon. Fred Norman ________ Payment to son and daughters of Hon. Joseph J. Mansfield __ Payment to widow of: Hon. Fred Bradley------------------------------------Hon. Patrick H. Drewry _______________________________ Hon. Charles L. Gerlach ________________________________ Hon. Charles L. Gifford ________________________________ Hon. Thomas L. Owens ________________________________ Hon. John M. Robsion _________________________________ Hon. Raymond S. Springer _____________________________ Hon. Orville Zimmerman _______________________________ Portrait of Hon. Joseph W. Martin, Jr., Speaker_ ___________  601 601  $100,000 165,000  $115,000 165,000  $250,000 165,000  $112,718 138,612  601  80,000  65,000  100,000  81,891  601  900,000  600,000  600,000  840,538  601  185, coo  155,000  165,000  157,038  65,000 350,000 227,000 6,985 33,800 75,000 12,000  54,441 260,311 297,493 6,452 33,800 59,982 4,959  5,530  8,199  601 601 601 601 601 601 601  60,000 400,000 363,050 6,985 33,800 60,000 10,000  65,000 450,000 227,000 6,985 33,800 65,000 10,000  601  9,200  5,200  $705,160  601 - -- - - -- - - - ---- - --------------- --------------- --------------8,789 --------------- --------------- -------------601 7,500 --------------- ---------- --- -- -------------601 601 -- - ------ -- --- --------------- --------------- - -- --------- - - 12,500 --------------- --------------- --------------601 601 -- -- --- -- - -- -- 601 12,500 601 - -- -- -- -- -- -- -601 12, 5CO 12,500 601 12,500 601 12, 500 601 12,500 601 2,500 601  Total, House of Representatives __________________________ --- ---  - - - - -- --- - - - -- - - - -- --- -- -- - -- - -- - ----- - -- -- - -- -- -- - -- - -- -- -- - -- ------ -- -- - -- -- --- - -- -- -- - - -- -- -- -- -- -- - - - -- --- - -- - -- - -- -- --- -- -- - -- -- -- --- --- -- - -- -- - ---- -- -- - -- -- -- --- - ---- - -- - --- - -- -- -- - -- -- --- -- - -- -- - -- - -- -- -- -- --- - - -- - -- --- ---- - -- -- -- --- -- - -- --- -- --- -- - - -  --  --  49,460 1,500 7,500 12,500 12,500  12,500 -- -- - - - -- -- -- -12,500 -- - -- -- -- -- -- -12,500 -- -- -- -- -- - -- -12,500 -- -- -- --- ---- - -- -- - -- - --- - --- --- -- --- --- ---12,500 --- -- -- -- -- -- - 12,500 - -- -- -- --- -- - - - -- -- ----- -- -- - --- -- ---- -- -- --- - - - -- -- - -- -- - -- -- -- - -- -- - --18,952,895  18,095,578  17,900  17,900  18,049  8,600  8,600  8,600  8,557  601 601  80,000 80,000  100,000 80,000  105,000 90,000  75,456 69,618  601 601  21,300 4,000  29,300 4,000  30,075 4,000  20,239 4,000  211,800  239,800  8,950  255,575  195,919  251,160  253,810  7,530 48,473  120,100 678,000 • 1,374,500 224,600 29,900 2,000 616,800  103,294 464,373 1,164 173,799 23,826 2,798 600,385  111,807 644,250 826,463 200,239 27,527 2,564 657,101  119,000 666,000 1,251,026 223,100 29,800 2,000 617,300  1,850,000 765,296 1,340,216  10,100,000 875,800 1,415,000  18,706,639  17,943,665  601  17,900  601  705,160  Miscellaneous:  Capitol police: Uniforms and equipment. _____________________________ . Salaries and expenses of detailed police, Capitol Police Board ________ . _____ . ______ -. _. _. -. __ --. - ______ -- ____ . Office of Legislative Counsel: Salaries and expenses, Senate. __________________________ Salaries and expense~, House of Representatives- ______ Education of Senate, House, and Supreme Court pages and congressional minor employees____________________________ Statement of appropriations--------------------------------  Total, miscellaneous .. ____________________________________ ----- -  8,950  Architect of lhe Capitol:  Salaries ____________________ . _____ ---- __ ----------· . ---- _____ Capitol Building and repairs ________________________________ Capitol Building, Senate and house roofs and chambers _____ Improvini,: the Capitol grounds _____________________________ Maintenance, legislative garage. ___ .. _. ___________ .. _.. _. ___ Subway transportation, Capitol and Senate Office Buildings. Maintenance, Senate Office Building _______________________ Acquisition of site, construction, and equipment, additional Senate Office Building. __ ._._. ____________________________ Maintenance, House Office Buildings _______________________ Capitol power plant. _______________________________________  105,000 463, 700 b 600,000 177,500 24,300 2,000 547,205  601 601 601 601 601 601 601 601 601 601  b  1,950,000 652,500 1,195,550  • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9). • Excludes reappropriation of unobligated balances (see table 4),   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  ---  105,000 578,990 - -- - --- -- -- 177,500 24, 700 2,000 4 558,620  --------------  20,396 3,179  -- --- --- -- - ---68,300  -- --- -- -- - ---- - --- - - -- --- --- -675,000 1,300,000  97,300 37,630  • 10, 000, 000 880,800 l, 419,000  -- -- - - -- -- -- --658,032 1,314,143  A38  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1948 actual  Antlcipated supplemental  Actual  1950 recommendation  1949 estimate  1948 actual  1950 estimate  LEGISLATIVE BRANCH-Continued Architect or the Capitol-Continued Penalty mail costs-------------------------------------·-·-Preliminary plans and estimates, additional Senate Office Building____ .·······-_-·-·--·---··------···· _____ ·- •• _-·__ Repairs, improvements, and equipment, Senate restaurant, Capitol Building_ ••• --------·-··----·------·---·----·-·-Library buildings and grounds-··---·---·······-·----·-····Working fund __ .---··-·--·-·····-·-·-·····---··-····-··--·-  601  $350  601  15,000  601 303 601  84,000 Z71, 750  Total, Architect of the CapitoL- •• ·-·····----·-···----·-- -·---Botanic Garden: Salaries and expenses--··········-·--··········-···-·-·--··-- 303 Salaries_····-···················-·--·---······ .···-··- _-· -· _ 303 Maintenance ••• _···-·-·--·- __ ·-··-·····-···-·- ..•• ·-· -•• ·-. 303 Total, Botanic Garden ....•..• ·--·-·-·-····-···-·-·····--· -····· Library or Congress: Salaries, Library proper.·-·····-·-··-----·--------···-·-·. Salaries, Copyright Offlce __ ········----···················Legislative Reference Service •• ··---·---···-·····-····----Revision of Annotated Constitution of the United States of America •••. _.•••••... _. __ .• - _- • - .• ·-·-·. _•••.• _••• _•••. __ Distribution of printed cards._-·········-··-·-····----··-·· Index to State legislation.·----··-··-······-···-····-·····--Unlon catalogs __ . ____ .•• --··-·-·-·---·------·----··-·--·-·Increase of Library of Congress, general---·--·-·-·-·-····--lncrease of Library of Congress, law librarY----··-··-····-·Books for the Supreme Court·--··---····---·-·---·····-····· Books for adult blind--··--·---·-·---···--·-···-·········-· Printing and binding, generaL--··-·---···-·-···-·----·-·-. Printing and binding, catalog of title entries of Copyright Office_._ ... _..... _. ____ ·- ____ •••..•... -.•••• _- _.• ____ •.•.. Printing and binding, catalog cards·--··--·-·-···-·-·--·-·-·Contlngent expenses_.-··-·-----·-···-----··----·----·-·-·-· Photoduplicating expP.nses-·---·--·-·-·········-····-······Salaries, Library Buildings--·--····-·--···-···--·-···-·-·-·Maintenance, Library Buildlngs--·-·-···-·--·-···--------·Expenses, Library of Congress, trust fund board .•.. ·-·---·Cooperatlon with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) ..• ----·--·-·--·-·-·---·-----···-·--·----·Liquidation of motion-picture project----·----····-·--·--··· Penalty mail costs._-·-··-·-·····-·-····--·---·---···-·-· •. _ Penalty mail costs, Veterans Administration (transf(lr) _____ . Printing and binding, Veterans Administration (transfer) __ _ Salaries and expenses, Veterans Administration (transfer) __ _ Working fund. __ .··-·······-··--·-·-···---·--··----·------ .. Working fund, special fund (special account>-··-·-······-·-Bequest of Gertrude M. Hubbard, interest account (per• manent specific).--··-···-·-·-·--······--····----··-··-·-· Library of Congress trust fund, interest on permanent loan account (permanent indefinite) .• ----·------·-····-····-··  303 503 601 303 303 303  303 303 303 602 302 303 503 303 303 303 303 303  303  $55  --------------- --------------- ---------------  40  14,960  --------------- ---------------  82,145 328,701, 5,20(}  16,625 338,416 5,200  ------------------------------------------$438,200 - --------------  3,747,757  6,800,719  15,737,226  172,175  187,500  $15,000 264,700  --------------- ------------ -$20,350  --------------- --------------- --------------6,088,855  3,701,510  --------------- ---------------  303,158  -  $518,100  --------------15,863,800  G  188,000 -------------- 18,900 ------- ----- -- - --···-· 1~~ ~:-} ---------- --- -- ---------------  135,000 20,000  135,000 20,000  155,000  155,000  18,900  188,000  151,646  172,175  187,500  2,350,000 591,925 450,000  2,474,571 675,000 475,000  231,000 67,300 33,700  3,053,700 798,700 614,500  2,319,659 590,268 459,153  2,678,247 731,239 499,430  3,029,200 795,500 609,200  --------------350,000 50,000 61,000 300,000 95,000 20,000 1,000,000 381,500  35,000 400,000 40,000 20,700 495,000 30,000 500  ------- 400,400 ------ -- --------------48,500 25,000  1,800 6,200  64,000  300,000 95,000 24,000 974,000 381,500  ---------------- ----- -------------------- 5,400  1,000,000  ----- ------- ---  476,725  ------------------------------ --------------------76,800  39,500 693,700 49,000 31,000 633,600 36,100  39,500 - -374,000 --40,000 20,700 495,000 30,000 500  35,000 554,800 59,200 70. 500 300,000 95,000 25,000  --- ----------- -  ---------------  500  151 303 12,000 ··-·-·-···-··-- ·-··-···---··-· -··---·-·----·· 303 29,000 -·-···-······-- ···--·-·--·-·-- -·--·-··-····-104 104 104 --··-·--··-··-- --·--------·-·· -··-··---·-·--- -··-··----···-303 303  23,660  588,079 417,414  21,863 69,693 480,871  169,421 21,597 1,014,128 381,467  59,600 70,700 340,000 122,000  24,700 982,300 456,725 39,500 544,700 48,100  36,990 406,911 31,580 12,453 485,972 32,039 113  27,208 427,329 39,868 29,992 569,666 30,071 2-00  630.900 34,200 500  90,992 35,864 28,147 4,328 492 120,338 • 164,398 • 4,535  52,047  3,517  28,500  7,123  11,042  12,564 ··-·---····---280, 766 38, 500  63,003  82.915  86,000  8,552,949  6,554,661  8,089,188  8,531,742  15,200,000  2,380,596  5,698,467  7,598,000  1,655,400 651,800  1,269,158 693,137 490,199 1,626  1,505,838 864,138  1,647,400 701,800  800  800  303  81,909  85,415  85,624  6,794,334  6,974,386  610  16,732,000  14,500,000  610 610 610 610  1,321,500 370,000 400,000  1,407,000 700,000  109,155  59,642 69,540 379,143 95,687  32,500 654,100  800  800  470,700  -------------------·--------444,927 372,127  6,464  303  Total, Library of Congress_··-··-·-·-·--····-··---···--- -·-··· GoTernment Printing Office: Public printing and binding··-·-···-----······--··-----··-Offlce of Superintendent of Documents: Salaries._. _____ ._.--·.·--·--. - • -·-••••• - •••.• - --· -•· • • • General expenses __ •_____ .-· •• ·-·-. ______ .-·-· __ ··-·-_ ••. Penalty mall costs_-···-····-·-·------·-·--·-------··· __ Overtime, leave, and holiday compensation (allotment>-·--·  $253  ---------------  146  Total, Government Printing Offlce_ •.•• -··-·-·--·-·-···-- -··---  18,823,500  16,607,000  109,155  17,507,200  4,834,716  8,068,589  9,947,200  Total, legislative branch·--··------·-·-··---·-·-··-----··· ····-·  61,918,753  56,654,636  2,161,230  72,719,389  43,126,172  63,156,036  64,468,005  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A39  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Funotional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental 1  1960 recommends• tion  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  THE JUDICIARY Supreme Court of the United States: Salaries..••...••••........•.....•..••••••••..•....••...••... Printing and binding .•............•.....•...•..••.•......•. Miscellaneous expenses .......•.•.................••........ Care of Supreme Court Building and grounds .••............ Preparation of rules for civil procedure.......•.........•.•..  602 602 602 602 602  $762,500 25,000 40,000 122,800 5,420  ------  955,720  1,015,900  70,400  Court of Customs and Patent Appeals: Salaries and expenses •.. Customs Court: Salaries and expenses ......•••.•.••....•.....•.  602 602  168,000 356,400  177,400 356,400  5,600 16,500  Court of Claims: Salaries and expenses ...••.••............••..•...•••..••.... Repairs to buildings ••.•..•.••.••.•..•....•.•..•.......•••..  602 602  450,000 11,000  ------  461,000  Total, Supreme Court of the United States ....••..•.•....  Total, Court of Claims.•.•..••••••.•.••..•••••..••.•...•.. Other courts and services: Salaries, justices and Judges, Territory of Hawali .••....•.... Salaries of circuit, district, and retired Judges ..••••...••.•.. Salaries of clerks, United States Courts ............••••••••. Probation system, United States Courts ..••••••.•••...•.••. Salaries of criers, United States Courts ..............••••.... Fees of commissioners, United States Courts..•....••...••.. Fees of Jurors, United States Courts .••..........••..•.•••.. Miscellaneous salaries, United States Courts.•••••.•..•..... Miscellaneous expenses, United States Courts .••.••...••••. Traveling expenses, United States Courts..........•..••.... Printlng and binding, admlnistratlve office and United States Courts ............................................. Printlng and binding, reports, Supreme Court...•.•........ Salaries of court reporters, United States Courts .•••••...... Salaries of referees in bankruptcy, deficiencies .••.•••....... _ Expenses of referees in bankruptcy, deficiencies ........•.•. _ Salaries and expenses, administrative office.....•............ Repairs and improvements, District Court of the United States for the District of Columbia..•............••..•.•.. Repairs and Improvements, United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia .••••.............••.......... Plans and specifications, courthouse for the United States Court of Appeals and District Court of the United States for the District of Columbia ..•...............•........... Salaries of referees in bankruptcy (special account) ..••...... Expenses of referees in bankruptcy (special account) .•..••.. Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent lndefinite, special account) .••••••........  $786,600 8,500 --45,100 - -175, 700  $740,011 27,792 41,881 129,522 5,338  $833,110 44,227 182,500 549  ---------------  1,237,500  944,544  1,069,386  1,221,780  187,900 424,500  157, 101 329,717  165,500 346,200  184,000 397,300  17,500 432,000 7,100 - --------------  515,650 21,600  369,087 21,371  393,200 51,000  41i8,500 20,000  439,100  537,150  390,458  444,200  478,500  106,500  94,229 4,557,817 3,605,705 1,633,573 316,980 440,080 1,389,677 1,732,029 523,575 550,571  106,500 4,652,970 4,073,700 1,833,300 523,004  106,500 4,638,430 4,240,600 2,004,900 542,175  $56,400  $867,000  ------------ -------------52,100 -----------15,000 318,400 --------------- --------------- ----------- ----  96,500 4,590,000  106,500  602 602 602 207 602 602 602 602 602 602  3,631,295 1,650,000 320,000 475,000 1,400,000 1,800,000 500,000 590,000  602 602 602 602 602 602  69,000 103,250 865,000 350,000 350,000 400,000  91,200 865,000 170,000 150,000 430,000  602  11,200  5,300  602  3,800  2,500  602 602 602  370,000 382,775 240,000  602  8,528  17,500  --- ----------- 83,300 361,000 157,000  4,575,000 3,758,000 1,700,000  62,700 468,000 475,000 1,430,000 - ------------- 1,844,000 155,000 600,000 --------------607,000 ---------------  --------------  85,800  4,675,000 4,221,300 2,002,000 541,250  475,000 1,987,000  2,077,800 650,500 619,000  9,000  $865,480 4,000  49,000 303,300  383,618 1,420,000 1,920,000 498,000  430,900 2,074,100 610,700  557,800  604,000  1,952.600  99,091 80,400 24,000 --------------- --------------94,800 91,200 35,546 98,800 ---------- --- -873,400 843,811 845,000 875,900 ----------------------------- --------------- - ------------ - - --------------- ----- -- ---- ------------------ --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------500,800  378,717  451,042  493,700  ---------------  16,000  11,759  5,369  15,700  ---------------  7,900  5,385  2,600  7,300  38,200  -------614,000 ----- -- ------------- -- ---------- -- -- 879,000 -------------- 654,000 --------------886,000 750 --------- ----- 1,000  370,000  730,645 528,398  ----------------------------878,700 783,522 756,600  882,800  4,376  4,100  990  Total, other courts and services ............•••••........  ------  18,206,348  18,632,050  857,200  20,610,650  17,851,964  18,996,325  20,478,795  Total, The Judiciary •••••.••..•.•.........•••.•........  ------  20,147,468  20,620,850  967,200  22,997,700  19,673,784  21,021,611  22,760,375  1 Unless  otherwise indicated, the anticipated supplementals in this column are due to pay Increases,   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A40  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued PY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950) APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental 1  EXPENDITURES  1950 recommendation  1949 estimate  1948 actual  1950  estimate  EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES Executive Office of the Preeident Salary of the President_________________________________________  603  The White House Office: Salaries and expenses _________________ ----------- __ --- _____ _ 603 Emergency personal services _______________________________ _ 603 Emergency fund for the President (allotment) _____________ _ 603 Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) ____________________________________________________ _ 603 Relief assistance to countries devastated by war (allotment)_ 152 Salaries and expenses, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion functions _____________________________________ _ 603  . Total, The White House Office ______________________________ _ Emergency fund for the President _____________________________ _ 603 Disaster relief ____________________________ --- --- ----- ------- __ _ 254 Executive Mansion and grounds: Maintenance ______________________________ ------------- ___ _ 603 Addition to Executive Mansion and improvement of Executive Mansion and grounds _______________________________ _ 603  Total, Executive Mansion and grounds ______________________ _ Bureau of the Budget: Salaries and expenses ______ --------------------------------- 603 Printing and binding ___ ------------------------------------ 603 Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) __________________________________________ _ 151 Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) ____________________________________________________ _ 603 National defense activities ________________________________ _ 603 Special services and publications, war information _________ _ 603  Total, Bureau of the Budget ___________________________________ _ Council of Economic Advisers: Salaries and expenses ___________ _ 603 National Security Council: Salaries and expenses ______________ _ 051 National Security Reeourcee Board: Salaries and expenses __ ------------------------------------Contingencies _____________________________________________ _  $75,000  $75,000 ---------------  952,500  969,612 200,000  $75,000  $75,000  $75,000  1,375,140  813,930  980,000 190,000 36,515  1,347,457 10,000  --- --- --- ---- --  ----------- . -·-  338,919 68,303 187,576 2,347 952,500  1,169,612  500,000 500,000  200,000  202,250  230,700  17,457  1,375,140 1,000,000  13,500  260,400  1,357,457  • 180,000 1 350,000  ------------ ---  195,880  240,004  259,700  248,673  181,315  67,628  (') (')  1,000,000  230,700  13,500  260,400  444,553  421,319  327,328  3,254,608 122,000  2,992,000 122,000  166,500  3,314,500  3,199,318 103,846  3,133,922 104,229  3,301,875 18,252  30,091  28,862  18,489  6  460 15  3,376,608  3,114,000  166,500  3,314,500  3,333,736  3,267,013  3,338,616  350,000  300,000  11,000  340,000 217,000  310,494 52,424  334,228 157,338  336,500  200,000 3,000,000  4,000,000  552,644 493  3,923,238 2,883,182 ________ .,. _______ 276  3,000,000 ---------------  4,000,000  553,137  2,883,458  051 051  603  603  25,273  Foreign Economic Administration: Salaries and expenses __ --------------------------------Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) _____________________________________________ _  151  84,476  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. Unless otherwise indicated, the anticipated supplementals in this column are due to pay increases. t Expenditures from allocations made are shown under the various agencies to which the funds are allocated.  3,923,238  9 --------------- ---------------  610  151 Expenses, disposal agencies, Surplus Property Administration, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion (allotment) _______________________________ _ 610 Penalty mail costs _____________________________________ _ 151 Salaries and expenses, Board of Economic Warfare _____ _ 151  211,000  4,410  551   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  --- ------------ --------------1,206,515  1,411,075  Committee on Fair Employment Practice: Salaries and expenses_. ______________________ ----------------------- __ Division of Central Administrative Services: Salaries and expenses _________________________________________________ .  1  --------------- ...............................  202,250  Total, National Security Resources Board ____________________________________ _ Office for Emergency Management: Salaries and expenses __ ------------------------------------Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) ____________________________________________________ _  $17,457  $75,000  49 --------------- ---------------  23 --------------- --------------443 22.358 • 35,709  A41  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1948  actual Aetna!  Anticipated supplemental  1950 recommendation  1949 estimate  1948  actual  1950 estimate  EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES-Continued Executive Office of the President-Continued Office for Emergency Management-Continued Office of Civilian Defense: Salaries and expenses __________________________________ _ 610 $278 Civilian defense, Office for Emergency Management ___ _ 610 • 4,219 Office of Defense Transportation: Salaries and expenses ___________________________________ _ 455 $364,839 377,972 $340,000 --------------- --------------$410,000 Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental)_ 455 --------------- --------------$5,000 90,000 $95,000 --------------- --------------Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) __________________________________________ _ 455 • 67,013 Office of Inter-American Affairs: Salaries and expenses _____ _ 151 • 15 Office of Scientific Research and Development: Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) _____________ ------------------------------ 304 2,800 52,984 Expenses of liquidation_-------------------------------- 304 90,000 --------------- --------------- --------------818,994 Salaries and expenses __ ---------------------------------_ 304 Working fund __________________________________________ 304 10. 643 Office of Temporary Controls: Civilian Production Administration: Salaries and expenses ______________________________ _ 503 356,392 Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) ______________________________________ _ 503 • 008 Veterans' housing, Office of Administrator, National Housing Agency (transfer) ________________ _ 251 946 Office of Economic Stabilization: Salaries and expenses_ 603 4,602 Office of Price Administration: Salaries and expenses __ ----------------------------_ 503 392. 660 Salaries and expenses, local war price and rationing boards ___________________________________________ _ 503 • 251 Emergency fund for the President, national defense _ (allotment) ______________________________________ 503 635 Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion: Salaries and expenses_______________________________ 603 25, 707 Administrative expenses, Office of Premium Price Plan __ -- ----- ------- ________________________ - -- --- 603 19,296 Salaries and expenses, guaranteed-annual-wage plans_ 551 1,569 Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment). ______ ._____________________________ __ 603 Office of Contract Settlement: Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment)________ 603 8 --------------- --------------Philippine Alien Property Administration_ ______________________ _ (2) (') (') (') (') (') Office of War Information: Salaries and expenses ______________________________ ----- 055 • 181,540 Foreign service pay adjustment ________________________ _ 055 • 1,236 Emergency fnnd for the President, national defense (allotment) _____________________________ -- ------------ 055 • 2,565 War Manpower Commission: Employment office facilities: Selecting, testing, and placement, defense workers (national defense) ________________________________________ _ 98 --------------- --------------552 --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------Total, Office for Emergency Management. ___________________ _ Office of Government Reports: Salaries and expenses _____________________________________ _ 603 Printing and binding, war information ____________________ _ 603 Salaries and expenses, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion functions ___________________________ • ______ _ 603 Salaries and expenses, war information _____________________ _ 603 Total, Office of Government Reports _________________________ _ Miscellaneous: Claims and judgments _________________________ _  610  Total, Executive Office of the President. _______________________ _  95,000 ---------------  1,937,148  454,839  5,000  230,000 --------------- --------------- ---------------  117,922 7,213  21,507 27  -- --- -- --------  500,000  340,000  8,948 74,929 230,000  209,012  4,830  249  6,691,188  8,629,312  303,457  $10, 582, 040  8,326,828  4,259  ------------- --- ---  17 -- --- -2,671 --24,222  4,259  9,353,932  10,578,398  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. 1 Expenditures are made from funds carried in checking accounts with commercial banks. Limitations on the use of such funds for administrative expenses are as follows: 1948, $440,000; 1949, $440,000; and 1950, $270,000.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A42  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Cont.inued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Func• tional code No.  1949 1950  1948  recommend11· tlon  1948  1949  1950  actual  estimate  estimate  055  (')  (')  055 152 153 610 055  (') (') (21)  (I) (') (2) (') (')  ------------------- -- _______ .,.  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES-Continued Funds Appropriated to the President Armed forces leave payments:  Payments, Armed Forced Leave Act or 1946•••••••.•••.•.•.• Administrative expenses, payments, Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946.•..• -········· .•.•••.•••.•.•••••.•••••••••.•.•• Assistance to China: China aid ....•.••.•.•.•.•......•.••••••••. Assistance to Greece and Turkey .............................. . Care, handling, and disposal ohurplus property abroad........ . Defense aid. liquidation lend•lea&e program&................... . Defense aid, special fund (permanent indefinite, special ac-  count) .•..•••• _•.....•..•.•.•••••.•......•...••.........•.•••••  $400, 000, 000 $400, 000, 000 500,000  225, 000, 000 18,300,000 250,000  (')  055  $9,826,736  (')  (') (') (') (') (')  Economic cooperation:  Foreign assistance ...••..•...•.• _•.•••...•.•.••.............. Economic Cooperation Administration•........•••••.•. Department of Agriculture..••.•..•.•••••••••••••.•..•.. National Military Establishment: Department of the Army.........•.......•...•..•.. Department of the Navy.•.••••••••••••••.•.....•.. Treasury Department........ ····-····················· Foreign aid, Trieste: Department of Agriculture ...•.•........•.•••.•...•.•.•. Department of the Army•.•.•.•.•. -.•••.••••••••••••••.  153 ··············- '4,000,000,000 ·-············· ······-········ -·············- $985, 000, 000 153 -·············· -···········-·· ··•••·•··•·•··· ··•·········-·103,766,246 3,476, 743, 247 75,362,472 153 -·-············ -···-········-· ··············- ············•·· 49,637,528 356,247 255,312 407  153 153 153 153 153  Total, economic cooperation.....•..•••••••.•.•.•••••. ·-••·•- ..•.....••. .. .. 4,000,000,000 -·············· ....•••.•......  154,015,740  (') (')  1,800,000 2,150,000  ---------------  4,600,000,000  200, 000, 000  (!)  152 -•···•········· 35,000,000 ···········•··· ······--·-····- ··-···-·····•·· 610 -·············· ·············•· ·•······•······ ··-············ (')  (I) (I)  to countries devastated by war ..•.... ••··--··················-  152 610  (2) (')  Liquidation expenses.•.•.•......•••...•••••••.•...•.•.•.•.••.  152  332, 000, 000 35,348,000  14,000,000  ----·----- -----  152 152  Surplus property, care and handling overseas ................... . United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration:  ------ ---------  53,000,000 1,444,688 4,499,593  Foreign aid, Austria, France, and Italy __ ···········-············ Foreign aid, China ................................. ······-···· .. International Children's Emergency Fund or the United Nations......... ·- .. ··- .....•..•.........•........ ····-·-----Overtime, leave, and holiday eompensstion .................... . Relief assistance to war-devastated countries: Relief assistance  577, 000, 000 18,000,000  $15, 000, 000 170, 050, 000  (2)  500,000  450,000  (') (')  (') (')  (')  (I)  $758,000 • • 5,276,500  261,126 4,100  343,959 645,900  752,172 4,890,008  6,034,500  265,226  989,859  5,642,172  • 175,000, 000 • • 511,850,000 .....••..•..... • • 740,000,000  116,233, 124  611,000,000  721,000,000  (")  Independent Offices American Battle Monuments Commission:  Salaries and expenses.. •.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•••.•.•.•.••.••••••• Construction of memorials and cemeteries...................  610 610  Total, American Battle Monuments Commission ••••••••.  312,000 50,000  355,000 • 723,500  362,000  1,078,500  ,  ______________  --------- --------------------  Atomic Energy Commission:  Salaries and expenses •............•.•.•..•• ················Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) .... Atomic energy, executive (allotment) .•••.•.•.•••........••. Payments Crom proceeds of sales, motor•propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent Indefinite, special account) ...•....•.•...  406  406 ·············-· -·············· • $25,000,000 ·•·•··•·····••· -··•··········· 21,000,000 4,000,000 406 ..•........••.. -············-· ·•····-········ ········-······ 349,353,745 ·•••··••·••••·· ·······-······· 406  Total, Atomic Energy Commission ..••.....•.••••...... -····-  191,736  200,000  175,191, 736  512, 050, 000  15,500,000 1,910,000  15,641,000 2,259,098  -- -------------  200,000  ---------------  200,000  200,000  25,000,000  740, 200, 000  465, 586, 869  632, 200, 000  725, 200, 000  883,000  17,520,000 5,894,300  14,046,154 1,973,277  16,542,806 2,159,098  17,740,204 5,794,300  Civil Service C',0mmlssion:  Salaries and expenses....................................... Panama Canal construction annuity fund...................  610 201  ---------------  • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9), • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9). • Excludes reappropriation of unobligated balances (see table 4). ' Expenditures from allocations made are shown under the various agencies to which the funds are allocated. 1 Excludes repayment or fiscal year 1947 advance by Reconstruction Finance Corporation, $100,000,000. 'Excludes authorization of $1,000,000,000 to expend Crom public debt receipts. • Balance of expenditures for this agency Is shown in the "Independent offices" section. • Excludes repaym8llt of tlsca.l year 1947 advance by Reconstruction Finance Corporation, $75,000,000.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A43  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949  1950  1948  actual  Actual  EXPENDITURES  Antlclpated supplemental  recommendatlon  actual  1948  1949 estimate  $328, 393, 000  $244, 000, 000  999,000 215,000  1,177,000 217,000  $224, 000, 000 1,177,000 217,000  1950  estimate  EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES-Continued Independent omce&-Contlnued Civil Service Commission-Continued Civil-service retirement and disability appropriated fund __ _ Canal Zone retirement and disability appropriated fund ___ _ Alaska Railroad retirement and disability appropriated fund_ Emergency fund for tbe President, national defense (allotment) ___ ----------------------- -- ----------------------- Salaries and expenses (national defense) ____________________ _ Working fund _____________________________________________ _  606 610  610  $244, 000, 000 1,177,000 217,000  $224, 000, 000 1,177,000 217,000  610 610  Total, Civil Service Commission...•.••.•..•.. -······-·· -·····  2,801  3,000  262,806,801  243, 297, 098  $883,000  2,801  3,000  353, 024, 300  261, 403, 260  244, 115, 567  353, 144, 504  1,260,734 649,230 680,000  2,032,770 70,000  1,500,000 188, 478, 059 30,395,066 4,500,000  46,502,346 2,082,222 108,317  224,873,125  48,692,885  6,661,083 42,600  6,665,270 21,000  153 152 152 152  Total, Economic Cooperation Administration •.•••.•••••..•••••. ·····-········· ..••••••••.••••.•..•.••..•........••••.•••••. ············-·· Federal Communications Commission: Salaries and expenses_.-----·--············-················ Printing and binding •• ··························- ••••••••.. Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) •.••...........•..•.••.•••••••••.•••.•.•... Salaries and expenses (national defense) ••••.•..•...•...•..•. Claims and judgments.......• ·-··-·--·······-····-········· Payments from proceeds of sales, motor.propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite, special account).·---·········-  458 458  6,310,000 40,000  367,000  6,633,000  458  551 551  Total, Federal Mediation and Concll!atlon Service•••••....••••• Federal Power Commission: Salaries and expenses .• ········-············-··············· 503 Flood-control surveys..•••••.••.•....•....••.••••.••..•.•... 401 Printing and binding ••••••••••.••....•....•..•.•.•••••••.•. 503 Penalty mall costs __ ·················-··-··-·----·-·······•· 503 Payments from proceeds or sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent Indefinite, special account).·-··-········· 503 Payments to States under Federal Power Act (permanent Indefinite, special account) ••••. ___ .•••••..••...•••...•. -• _ 401  Total, Federal Power Commission ••• _••••••..•.• -···-·· •••••.  6,093,738 31,863 916 1,148 162  151 458 458  Total, Federal Communications Commission ••...... ___ ·····Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service: Salaries and expenses •• ·-_·- ..•.••....•... ·······-·-·······Expenses, boards of inquiry .•••..•.•...•.•.•. _. __ •.••••.•...  6,200,000 40,000  --------------- ----- - --------  ~  --------------- - -------------· --- -- ----- ----- ----- ----------  1,000  8,890  1,102  1,000  6,634,000  6,136,717  6,704,785  6,687,270  2,940,000 150,000  2,740,000 75,000  1,905,849 10,815  2,801,879 61,786  2,746,600 75,000  2,260,000  3,090,000  2,815,000  1,916,664  2,863,665  2,821,600  3,590,000  3,649,550 340,000 60,000  3,861,000 350,200  3,426,261 260,208 47,433 5,247  3,825,000 335,000 60,800 3,797  3,820,000 350,700 34,758  -- ----- --------  1,600  202  1,000  6,240,202  6,351,000  2,170,000 00, 000  284,500 54,000 7,500  367,000  210,000 18,000  1,200  1,600  450  1,200  24,850  26,700  27,200  23,537  26,219  26,700  3,960,850  4,077,450  4,240,000  3,763,136  4,251,016  4,233,758  228,000  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. r Balance of expenditures for this agency are shown under "Economic cooperation: Foreign assistance" In the "Funds appropriated to the President" section,   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  3,000 ,  3,000  Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government: Salaries and expenses ___________ : ______________ _ 603 677,866 1,938,600 -·--··········· ···-··········- ······-···--··Displaced Persons Commission ________________________________ _ 152 ··•····•·•····· 2,000,000 35,000 5,200,000 -·············· Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) _______ _ 152 . ·············- ... ···-··-····· 1,500,000 . -- .. --······- . . ············-Economic Cooperation Administration: T Assistance to Greece and Turkey (allotment)_-------------China aid (allotment) __ -----------------------------------Foreign aid, Austria, France, and Italy (allotment) ________ _ Relief assistance to countries devastated by war (allotment) __  999,000 215,.000  11 ······-·---··-- ··········-···· • 11,037 16,663 • l, 946  610  Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent Indefinite, special account) ______________ _ 610  $328, 393, 000  A44  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code  No-  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommendation  1949  1948  actual  estimate  1950  estimate  EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES-Continued Independent Office&-Continued Federal Trade Commleeion:  Salaries and expenses __ ------------------------------------Printing and binding_-------------------------------------Salaries and expenses, Office of Price Administration functions ____________________________________________ - _--_----Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc_ (permanent indefinite, special account)_______________  $3,723,000 25,000  $2,904,878 44,574  $3,485,000 39,856  10,760  1,064  2,960,212  3,525,920  3,748,000  4,000  10,000  32,066,037 1,458,845  34,474,447 1,798,441  35,449,455 1,652,000  353  16,978  24,537  24,277  353 055  184,682 • 30  252,565  266,000  604  11 --------------- --------------• 8,400 111,852 266,076  503 503  $2,900,120 55,000  $3,401,510 46,525  $198,000  $3,739,000  503  328  503  Total, Federal Trade Commission ___________________________ _  2,955,448  3,448,035  198,000  3,739,000  Filipino Rehabilitation Commleelon: Expenses _________________ _ 155 --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------General Accounting Office:  Salaries ____________________________________________________ _ 604 Miscellaneous expenses _____ ------- ___________ -------- _____ _ 604 Administration of Sugar Act, Department of Agriculture (transfer) ________________________________________________ _ Conservation and use of agricultural land resources, Department of Agriculture (transfer) _______________________ _ Defense aid, administrative expenses (allotment) ___________ _ Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) _____ --------------- --------------------- -----------Parity payments, Department of Agriculture (transfer) ___ _ Printing and binding_----------------------------------- __ _  34,500,000 1,717,000  353 604  300,000  Total, General Accounting Office _________________________ -----·  36,517,000  32,109,000 1,732,000  33,841,000  2,561,042  2,561,042  35,270,000 1,582,000  36,852,000  33,984,199  36,661,842  37,391,732  Housing Espedlter:  Salaries and expenses-_------------------------------------_ Salaries and expenses_ - -----·-----·---------------------- ---Penalty mail costs_-------------------------------- ________ _ Salaries and expenses, rent controL ________________________ _ Working fund ______________________________________________ _  253  253 --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------503 18,074,000 --------------- --------------- ---------------  503 --------------- --------------- --------------- ---------------  Total, Housing Expediter______________________________________ _ Indian Claims Commission: Salaries and expenses _____________ _  6,125,000 --------------- --------------- --------------6,120,050 --------------- --------------15,172, 100 1,200,000 _______________ _______________ 17,700,000 ---------------  503 _______________  602  24,199,000  15,172,100  150,000  90,000  9,000,000 908,000 605,000 200,000 30,000  9,131,317 908,000 615,000 205,000 35,000  10,000 --------------- --------------19,259,221 33,582 --------------• 49,965 6,500 --------------25,339,306  17,740,082  ------------ ---  90,000  82,974  92,807  89,830  9,712,100 951,000 667,000  8,880,953 869,422 590,796 166,689 27,585  9,463,087 937,318 631,954 194,322 7,396  9,590,652 961,648 667,436 116,004  1,200,000 ______________ _  Interstate Commerce Commission:  General expenses___________________________________________ _ 455  Railroad safety __ -------------------------- _______ ---------Locomotive inspection _____________________________________ _ Printing and binding ______________________________________ _ Penalty mail costs _________________________________________ _ Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) __________________________________________ _ Salaries and expenses (national defense) ____________________ _ Working fund _____________________________________________ _ Claims and judgments _____________________________________ _  455 455 455 455  374,00C 34,000 21.000  151 --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------455 455 455 1,868  Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite, special account) ______________ _ 455 Total, Interstate Commerce Commission ____________________ _  2,954  1,500  10,747,822  10,895,817  429,000  189 47 • 8,002  ------ ---------  12,993 ---------------  4,500  1,768  4,431  4,500  11,334,600  10,529,447  11,251,501  11,330,240  5,000 80,000  5,000 20,000  36,475,000 86,000 3,000,000 914,500  45, 065, 000 53,500 10,876,500 400,000  Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin: Contribu-  tion to Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin___ Motor Carrier Claims Commission (anticipated supplementalj__  206 _______________ 5,000 _______________ 5,000 ______________ _ 602 _______________ _______________ 10b,ooo _____________________________ _  National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics:  Salaries and expenses __ ------------------------------------_ Printing and binding ______________________ ----------------· Construction and equipment_ __ ---------------------------Aircraft engine research laboratory_________________________ _  454 454 454 454  33,490,000 80,000 • 2,400,000 1,674,000  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  37,810,000 800,000 48,700,000 95,000 • '10,000,000 --------------- • • 15,000,000  29,741,675 83,758 419,231 3,412,235  A45  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1950  1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommendation  1948 actual  1950 estimate  1949  estimate  EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES-Continued Independent Offices-Continued National Adrisory Committee for Aeronautics-Continued Ames Aeronautical Laboratory ____________________________ _ Community facilities, defense public works, Office of Ad· ministrator, Federal Works Agency (transfer) ____________ _ Construction lllld equipment, Langley Field, Va ___________ _ Working fund _____________ .---·····-··-··-·---·· ..•... -··-Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permllllent indefinite, special account) ______________ _  413 1,582,602 2,044,052  $3,500,500  $5,000  3,787  8,000  5,000  $800,000  63,705,000  37,543,270  44,300,000  59,900,000  105,300  1,448,000  ------ ---- - -- -- ---------------  1,224,188 9,666  1,433,730 24,700  1,482,800 12,000  151 -·--·--····-··- ··-·····-·-··-· ·•·-·········-· ···········-··610  4,514 11,106  2,701  --------------- -------- -- -----  498  1,000  --------------1,494.800  254 454 454 464  Total, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics ________ _  National Archives: Salaries 11I1d expenses ___________________ -·--------·------·-Printing and binding ________ ··------·----·-----·-- ___ -····· Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) ____________ -----·-·--·-·-·-·--··-·-·---·-Working fund ___ -··-------·-·---·-·---··-·-----·--·-··-···Payments from proceeds of sales, motor•propelled vehicles, etc. (perm11I1ent indefinite, special account>--·------------  610 610  Operation, malntenllllce, etc., national defense housing (special account)_ •• __________ ----·---- _____ --·-- ______ --·-  National Labor Relations Board: Salaries and expenses ___ ·--·--------·------·--·---- _____ --·M!scell11I1eous expenses_ •• -··----·-···-·-·-··--·-----··-- __ _ Penalty mall costs_-····-·--··-·-·-·------·-·-------·------_ Printing lllld binding __ ····-·····-··----·-·-··-···-----·-·-Salaries_ ••.•••••• _•.•.. _. _. _.. ________ • _____ • -· ___ • _. ______ _ Salaries lllld expenses (national defensel--------·-··---··-··Salarles and expenses, War Labor Disputes Act __ . _________ _ Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (perm11I1ent indefinite, special account) ••• -·--·-·--·-·  800000-49-X   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  43,453,432  47,910,000  1,241,335 20,000  1,334,555 23,500  1,000  ---------------  1,249,972  1,462,131  1,700  34,900  20,749 756  24,803  --------------- ---------------  251 ··•·•···••·•••• -·············· -······-·····-· -············--  355,793  251  165,063  251 251  610 610  1,261,335  1,359,055  21,300 750  23,400 1,300  22,050  279,000 75,000 364,000  610  15,000  551 551 551 551 551 551 551  1,000,000 900,000 24,700 300,000 3,750,000  551  Total, National Labor Relations Board.•••.••••.• ·-···· ·····-  National Mediation Board: Salaries and expenses ___ --······ •.• ·········--··-·-·····-·-Penalty mall costs .........•.•.•...•..•.....•......•...•..• _ Arblt,ration lllld emergency boards_··-·············------··Printing and binding_ .• -······----·-·-·······-············National Railroad Adjustment Board: Salaries and expenses_.····-·······-··········-········Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) .•••. -········-···························-  $5,000  1,448,000  Total, National Capital Park lllld Planning Commission_. -····-  National Capital Sesqui-Centennial Commission ____ ·----·------  4,432  24,700  1,700  400,000 ----------------------------- --------------400,000  ---------------  9,400.000 -·-············  33,665  948,000 73,700  458,326 52,330  699,871 21, 1611  1,501,564 71,205  1,021,700  510,656  721.037  1,572,769  15,000  ------------- --  9,187,584 1,860  8,962,637  g,000,000  4,739,044  69,503  328,700 700 167,800 9,000  332,100 750 100,000 7,500  4,500  551  367,000  374,200  14,000  551 ..•...•....•••• ·····-·········  13,719 ·•·•·····••••••  65  --- ------------  9,000,000  5,044,041  9,203,228  8,962,637  360,400  316,904 680 119,503 3,599  338,069 175 103,374 12,468  356,670 ..... ____________  365,712  392,928  451,600  17,100  8,500  100,000  25,600  ,.  25,141  118,443 2,177 3  551 551 551 551  33,665  --- -- _________  642,361  109,316 5,556  9,400,000 ·········-··-·-  838  34,900  65 ·-·--····-·-··- ·······-······· ··············- ••••·•·••••••·· 5,974,765  $3,500,000  816,000  105,300  Total, National Capital Housing AuthoritY----·-···-··· -···--  National Capital Park and Planning Commission: National Capital Park and Planning Commission •....•• ___ District of Columbia redevelopment project pl11I1nlng.. _._..  $5,805,000 -····-·---·-·-- -·-·--·-·---··· -·-·-·-··-·-···  610  Total, National Archives __ ------·-·-·-·-------·-···-·-- --·---  National Capital Housing Authority: Maintenance and operation of title I propert!es_·--·-··--·-Penalty mall costs- •.....•. ···---------·--·--·---·---·-·---Emergency fund for the President, defense housing, temporary shelter (allotment), mainten11I1ce, etc. (special account) __ ._. ____________________________ ._. _________ . ___ _  $255,517  454  468,100  100,000 500  A46  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continned EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Fune• tional code No.  1949  1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  1950 recommenda• tion  1949 estimate  1948 actual  1950 estimate  EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES-Continued 'Independent Offices-Continued  National Mediation Board-Cbntinucd National Railroad Adjustment Board-Continued Printing and binding ...••••..••.•.••••...•••.•..•..••..  551  , 'l'otal, National Mediation Board.••••.••••..•••..•.•....•..  $45,000  $48,000  918,200  862,550  $44,100  $928,500  Office of Censorship: Salaries and expenses ..•.•.......•.•...•...•.....•.••••••.. _ 458 Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allot• ment) .••.••....•..•...•.....•.......•.•.••.. •· • • • • •· • • -• -· i58  Philippine War Damage Commission: Salaries and expenses .••...•••.•..••••................ -·-··Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) .••• Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Depart• ment of State (transfer) ...•.•.......•....•...........•.••.  055  Railroad Retirement Board: Salaries•..•••..•.......•.•.•.• _._ ..••. _..•...••..........••. Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ••.. Miscellaneous expenses ..•••...•....•..•....••.•.•.•........ Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) .•.. Printing and binding ••...•............•....••.•••.•••.•.•.. Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) .... Penalty mail costs.--·-··--··· .........•..•.••.•.•••••••.•.. Railroad retirement appropriated account: Annual specific....•.......•............•. ·--·····-··· .. Annual indefinite..........................•.... -·-· .•. _ Railroad unemployment insurance administration fund (permanent indefinite, special account) ••••..•....••...•••  4,250,000  908,635  938,070  1,579  70,000,000  95,000,000  20,000,000  165, 000, 000  503 ............... -········----·- ·······-······- ·········-·····  151, 303, 203 19,950,000  165, 000, 000 50,000  13,172,380  24,399,762  17,456,011  35,764,444  195, 652, 965  182,506,011  3,955,971 174,000 593,139 12,000 49,671 3,200 33,548  213,900 13,000 196,350 5,000 18,000  458  201 4,560,000 3,500,000 397,000 ........•....•. 4,137,896 201 ·•·•••·•·····•• -·············· 187,000 -·-····--··-··- .•.••.••.•..... 201 1,046,000 844,000 45,950 .••••••........ 639,465 201 ...•••..•..•.•. ······-·····-·· 17,000 ··············- ········-···--201 53, 000 54,000 .••••••••.•••.. ············-·34,104 201 4,000 ·••·•·········· ·······-······201 32,000 ·····•···••·•·• ····-·········· 62,000 72,585 201 201  685,072,000  552  14,514,665  11,000,000  7G5, 307,665  653, 416, 000  5,688,700 50,000  5,732,140 94,000  501 501 501  758, 488, 499  637,986,000  800  564, 570, 000 715, 889, 000  715, 889, 000 11,000,000  14,991,228  14,708,604  10,923,795  650,950  726, 889, 000  778, 363, 777  584, 100, 133  727, 259, 845  274,000  5,970,000  5,496,295 49,986 • 15,289  5,976,592 122,836 15,289  5,913,869 19,000  501  1,046 5,738,700  055 055  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. 8 See Selective Service System.  (8)  7,641,343 • 492 12,743  Total, Selective Service System •...•..•....•.•.••....•.... -····- .•....•.•••....   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  2,476,700  155  Total, Securities and Exchange Commission ..•...•...........  Selective Service System: Salaries and expenses .•......•.......•••.•••.•.•.•••...•... _ Claims and judgments.•••.•..•...........•.......•.•.•..•..  852,946  70, 000, 000 95, 000, 000 ___ .. _. _. ___ . __ 165, 000, 000 22, 592, 064 155 155 . ·•···•···•·•·· . -- -· ...... -· -20,000, 000 .••. -···· ..••. _ .••....•.......  Total, Railroad Retirement Board...................... .••••.  Securities and Exchange Commission: Salaries and expenses._--·····-·-·-··--·-·-·······-·-··--··Printing and binding .•.•..............................•.... Working fund ....•..•.... _.......••••..... __ •. --··· .... ___ _ Payments from proceeds of sales, motor•propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite, special account) ..•.•.....•....  $20,800  79 ···-·-·····-··· -··········-·-·  055 055  Total, Philippine War Damage Commission ••.•.•...•...•..••  Price Decontrol Board: Salaries and expenses .••••.•••••.••.....  $44,521'  1,500  Total, Office of Censorship .•.•.•.••••••••••••.••.•..••...••••. -·····--···-··· .••••••...•.•.•............... ····-····-·-·--  Office of Selective Service Records: Salaries and expenses, liquidation of Selective Service System.........•...•.• -· •..... Office of Strategic Services: Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) ........•.... ·········-···-······-· Petroleum Administration for War: Salaries and expenses .•.•••  $46,548  5,970,000  5,532,038  6,114,717  5,932,869  25,000,000 ···•·••••·••·•·  10,700,000  120 195  26,000,000  18,115,929  25,000,000 -···········~-·  16,700,000  315  26,000,000  18,115,929  5,826,140  274,000  A47  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Fune• tioual code No.  EXPENDITURES  1049 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommenda• tion  1948  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES-Continued Independent Offices-Continued Smithsonian Institution:  Salaries and expenses ....••.••.••••••.•••..•..••.•.•.••..••. Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) ..•.............•.......•........•..•.••... Working fund, Smithsonian Institution•.•..•......•...•.... Working fund, special fund, Smithsonian Institution (spe• cial account) •..•.......•...•••.•••••••..••••••.•.•••••••.• Expenses of Smithsonian Institution, interest account (per· manent specific) .................•.......•.••......•...•.. National Gallery of Art: Salaries and expenses, National Gallery of Art ..•...•... Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental). Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) .• ······•·•··-······················Working fund, National Gallery of Art ........•........ National Gallery of Art, trnst fund, interest on permanent loan (permanent specific) •....••...••..........•.....••...  303  $1,800,312  $2,090,000  $167,500  $1,726,990  $2,227,080  $2,312,500  151 303  120,087 6,059  109,000 15,066  33,000 27,000  303  3,852  648  60,000  60,000  60,000  60,000  1,087,700  933,970  1,076,.483 12,500  1,081,900 1,350  4,549 13,609  778 10,351  -------------·------------- - ..  200,000  200,000  200,000  200,000  303  60,000  60,000  303 303  949,426  966,000  102,900 13,850  $2, 300, 000  151 303 303  Total, Smithsonian Institution .••...•.....•••...•.........•..  __ ,. ______ .,,.. ____  200,000  200,000  3,009,738  3,316,000  284,250  3,647, 700  3,069,116  3,711,906  3,715,750  1,128,349 20,000  1,180,000 20,000  70,300  1,350,000  1,114,505 11,449  1,237,205 22,254  1,328,000 13,000  ______ .., ________  -·---------------------------  Tarlfl" Commission:  Salaries and expenses...•....•••...•••.•...•.....•.•....••.• Printing and binding.•...•...•.....•.•.........•.......•.•. Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) ..........•.......•.........•.•••.......... Payments from proceeds of sales, motor•propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite, special account) ...........•..•  503 503 151  4,428 3,635  503  Total, Tariff Commission ...•.......•.•..•..•............•••.•  10,411  1,452  1,151,984  1,200,000  70,300  1,350,000  1,140,793  1,260,911  1,341,000  754,700 17,500  754,700 17,500  19,522  800,000  729,436 14,285  770,212 18,207  794,316 7,000  772,200  772,200  19,522  800,000  743,721  788,419  801,316  The Tax Court of the United States:  Salaries and expenses .•.•••....•.•.•.......•.............•.• Printing and binding .•.•••••.•.......•.•...............••.•  604 604  Total, The Tax Court of the United States ...........•••• Thomas Jefferson Memorial Commission ..................... .  610  United States Maritime Commission:  Salaries and expenses .•............•....••..••.....•.....•.. Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ... Maritime training •.•......•....•....•.•.•..••.•.......•.... State marine schools ...•...•....•............•...........•.. Vessel operating functions •.....••........................... Liquidation of War Shipping Administration obligations, Treasury Department.•.•.........•.......•.....•.••...•. Construction fund, act, June 29, 1936, revolving fund .•...•.. Federal ship.mortgage insurance fund, revolving fund .•.••. Marine and war•risk insurance fund, revolving fnnd ....... . War Shipping Administration functions, revolving fund ... . Construction fund •• _..•.•...................•.•.•..••.•.•.. Defense aid ........ ·-· ...........•.•.......•................ Defense aid (lend•lease) allotment to War Shipping Admin• istration) ........•.•.......•.•.•...••..•••.•..•.••••.•.... Emergency ship construction fund ...•.....•.•.........•.•.. Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Depart• ment of State (transfer) •.•.............•....•.••••.•.•.... United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (allotment) ..••••..•.•••••••••••••••••••••••.••.•....•.•..  451 451 451 451 451 451 451 451 451 451 451 055  1,148  ------- ------ -- ---------------  =..-====l======l=========l======f======l======I======= • 68, 360, 775 ·•·············  7,320,000 450,000 39,608,260 200, 000, 000 (')-  (10)  • • 94, .583, 390 ·•·•······••··· • 2,000,000 ·•··········•·· ··········•···· 7,744,000 ··············· 6,586,000 7,984,099 400,000 . .. . • . . • • . • . . . . 400, 000 296, 397 25,483,976 ··············• ............... 92,770,334  (')  (10)  25,145.699 • 39, 990, 040 • 50 378,921 • 33, 038, 215 124,307,473 • 1,378,146  39,200,000 2,000,000 7, ,566, 523 300,006 39,694,574  107,000,000  15,000,000  15,000,000  47,899,300  36,000,000  240,000  055 451  76,367,010 • 125,915  155  105,180  214,574  152  24,696,740  4,157,513  6,900,000 300,000 4,000,000  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9). a Prior year balance of $196 available, which will be carried to surplus fund in 1949. 10 $208,206,774 transferred to this account from "Construction fund, United States Maritime Commission, act June 29, 1936, revolving fund." Of this amount, $130,685,055 est11b• llshed as limitation in 1948, $89,435,881 continued available for obligation in 1949,   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A48  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPfilATION TITLE-ConUnued APPROPfilATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Funotional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Anticipated supplemental  Actual  1948  recommends· tion  1949  actual  estimate  $8,172,117 340,474 544,536  $28,531,418  1,031,824  333,480  1950  estimate  EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES-Continued Independent Offices-Continued United States Maritime Commission-Continued Working fund ••••••...•.•..••....•.•..••••...•....•••...... Working fund, War Shipping Administration functions ..... Claims and judi:ments•.•......••.•..•.•.•.•.••..•.......... Defense aid, special fund (allotment to War Shipping Ad· ministration) (special account) ..•.••.••••...•.•.......•... Obligations, defense aid, liquidation of Lend•Lease program (allotment) ••••...•..•••.•.••••••..•••••••••••••••••...... Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special fund (allotment) (special account) .••••.•.••••••••.•.•.... Salaries and general administrative expenses, liquidation of functions, War Shipping Administration (special account)_  054 451 451  $536,655 .••.•••.••.••..••••••.•.••.... ··············-  055  416  610  Total, United States Maritime Commission............ .•.... Veterans Admlnls&raUon: Salaries and expenses •.•......•.•.•.......•••.•..•......•... 104 Printing and binding ••.•.•••••......•.•.••.......••••....•. 104 Federal tort claims ........................................ . 104 Air Force, Army, and Navy pensions, etc ...•.••••••.•.••.. 101 Readjustment benefits.•.•.•••.•••......•.•......•••....•... 103 Military and naval insurance: Annual appropriation ...••••...••.•••••.•...•••.....•.•. 102 Permanent indefinite appropriation .•••.•.•..•.....•.... 102 Hospital and domiciliary facilities •..••.••••.•...•..•...•... 104 National service life insurance appropriation ...•.....•..•... 102 Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) .... 102 Soldiers' and sailors' civil relief. ..•••.•••.•.•.•.•.........•. 103 Veterans' miscellaneous benefits............................ 103 Automobiles and other conveyances for disabled veterans... 104 Adjusted service certificate appropriated fund............... 103 Adjusted service and dependent pay........................ 103 Administrative facilities.................................... 104 Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allot• ment) ...•..••.•.•••••.••••.....•.......... _............... 104 Operation of canteens....................................... 104 Penalty mall costs.......................................... 104 Vocational rehabilitation, revolving fund................... 104 Working fund.............................................. 104 Claims and judgments...............•...................•. _ 104 Relief of Mary L. Dickson (permanent specific)............. 104 Payments from proceeds of sales, motor.propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite, special account)............... 104 Operation of canteens, revolving fund (account outside the Treasury) •••.•...•.•...•.•.•.............................. ···•·-  4,650,000  610  4,069,475  252,564,915  $101,988,751  001, 040, 780 7,000,000 26,500 2, 171, 915, 000 3, 719, 860, 000  936, 755, 000 3,148,000 15,000 1, 898, 000, 000 1, 979, 027, 000  11,;:::  ---------------  --------- --- ------ --  295,000 - ---- ----  $101, 569, 390  291, 678, 329  195, 244, 776  174, 440, 000  848,897,000  893, 363, 595 4,673,818 9,317 2, 080, 130, 168 3,237,896, 100  930, 134, 767 2,771,400 14,284 2, 139, 649, 082 2, 953, 171, 785  858, 468, 989 887,000 16,000 2, 110,888,383 2, 118, 476, 109  15,000 2, 220, 890, 000 2, 441, 670, 000  f  8,370,953  ··•············ ··•····•·•····· 17,075,897 ············•·· 72,600,000 142,265,530 412,590,000 ··············- ·•·•··········· •.•..•.......•. 95,000 1,276,738 ····•·········· 110,747,000 79,734,793 ....•.......... ····••••···•··· 9,883,801 • 6,000.000  7,204,000  6,736,877  56,000,000 67,821,500 412, 590, 000 329,293 88,137,000 7,818,046  81,000,000 54,859,315 95,000 80,208,007 1,800,000  4,112  178 ·············-· 3,100,000 .............•. ···•····· ...... ··············- ••·••·····•··•· ..••..•...•.... ·••······•·•·••  240  240  240  57,315 965,000 4,145,616 • 22,007 258,512 246 200  4,821  20,000  20,000  13,334  965,000 3,900,000 ............... ·········•····· ············••-  ··············  .. '···········  ··············· ··············-  •·············· •·············· •·············· •····•····-·····  257,149,270  5,130,614,240  65,000,000  610 610 610  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9). 11 Expenditures are made from funds carried In checking accounts with commercial banks.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $2, 000, 000  5,~~:: ····•·•········ ...•. 4,150,000.  (•) • • 202,000,000 62,217,000 49,320,000 ··•··•········· ·•······•·•···· 833,000 310,000 85. 449,800 51,883,000 5,000,000 5,000,000  Total, Veterans Administration.••.....•.••...•..•.•.•...•..•. 6,972,713,974 War Assets Administration, Salaries and expenses, special fund ..••.•............•....... Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) .•..•....•....••......•.•.•.•••..•.••.•.•••••.••••••. Expenses, disposal agencies •..•.••••.••.•.•.•...•••.•.•.••. Federalyroperty utilization program ..•...•.•....•..•..••.•  62,394  10,000,000  055  451  $5,000,000  412,590,000  5,699,084,240  2,650,000 ··- ·········•··  2,885 ·····••········ 934,866 • 202,193 175,354 880 320 20,000  • 253,266  240 20,000  (II)  (II)  6,474,103,038  6,666,573.447  5,313,201,654  265,422,910  103,626,450  9,500,000  (JI)  29 ···••··•·•·•·•· •·•··•·•·•••·•• 5,739,989 • 6,888  A49  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  OrJZanization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  EXPENDITURES  1950 recommenda• tion  1949 estimate  1948 actual  1950 estimate  EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES-Continued Independent Offices-Continued War Assets Administration-Continued  United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (allotment) ......•...........................•.•.......... Expenses, disposal agencies (special fund) (special account) ..  $1,459,789 14,086,191  152 610  Total, War Assets Administration........................ ...... Supplies, materials, etc., Federal Reserve Board ........... . Supplies, materials, etc., customs receipts, Virgin Islands ... . Supplies, materials, etc., Puerto Rico tariff fund ......•.••..  $257,149,270  $65, 000, 000  $2,650,000 .•......•......  286,702,020  $103,626,450  $9,500,000  l======l======l=======l======l======l,======I======  Miscellaneous acrounts:  501 610 610  • 136 60 5,356  Total, miscellaneous accounts ........•..............•..•................................•..•...............................• Total. .................•.................•.....•.•.••..•....••.. 10,221,525,875 11,667,141,548  472,294,621 $7,977,898,870  5,280  8,915,318,088 13,637,011,961  7,921,414,474  Government corporations and enterprises:  Export.Import Bank of Washington: Checking account 460, 201, 412 146,400,000 (net)...................................................... 153 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation: Supplies, materials, (1') etc........................................................ 501 Panama Railroad Company: Emergency fund........................................ 452 10,000,000 ......•.••..•....•..•.•••••..•........•....•.......•.•...•.......•....•••.•.•.••••••.••••• Checking account....................................... ..•... .......•....... .........•..•.. ..............• .••.••.•..•.••. (II) (I3) (I') Reconstruction Finance Corporation: Defense aid (allotment) ................................ . Defense aid, special fund (allotment) (special account) .. Federal property utilization program ....•..•....•...... Emergency fund for the President, Navy ............•.. Expenses, disposal agencies, Surplus Property Admlnls• tration, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion (allotment) ....•.....•.••..••.••.•.•••.•.•............ Salaries and expenses, subsidies and price adjustments, price administration functions, temporary controls..•. United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (allotment) ......••.....•.••.•.....•........•..... Checking account (net): National defense: Activities supporting defense .••.. International affairs and finance: International re• construction, development, and monetary stabili·  zation _____ _______________________________________ _  Housing and community facilities: Public housing program .............•.......... Aids to private housing...............•..••••.•. Provision of community facilities .....•..••..... Agriculture and agricultural resources: Loan and investment programs to aid agrlcul ture...••.•.•..•....•..•..•...•.•.•.....•..•••• Other financial aids to agriculture: Food sub• sidies .••.........................•............ Transportation and communication: Other services to transportation .•..•.•..•.•.•...•.•.•••••.•...... Finance, commerce, and Industry: Loans and Investments to aid private financial institutions ..••........••••••.••.•........••.. Business loans and guarantees.....••.....•.•... Insurance for war damage ....•.................. General government: Other general government •••.  • 4,246,517 • 38,241 • 69 • 250,000  055  055 610 054 610  II  2 ------------•-- ---•--•-•••••-•  503  75,062  152  • 180,498  055  • 61, 183, 730  • 41, 601, 000  • 39,367,000  153  3,526,748  • 30, 633, 000  • 35, 000, 000  1, 96(), ()()5  116,211,100 24,587,418  • 537,000 340, 463, 000 34,606,000  • 550,000 162, 518,000 31,834,000  352  471,492  • 10,000  • 20,000  353  601,601  456  • 1,460,405  • 3,561,000  1,932,000  502 504 505 610  • 21, 255, 240 29,893,688 19,899,463 50,358,496  • 10, 534, 000 34,871,000 • 24, 971, 624  • 8,826,000 31,080,000 630,000 • 10, 327, 500  298,092,376  I 133, 903, 500  298, 092, 376  133,903,500  251 252 254  II  (I')  Total, checking account (net) ........•.......•... _ ...... ··-·····•-····- -·-··········-· -·············· ---·······-··-· Total, Reconstruction Finance Corporation ...•.......••...•..............•..•.....•.. ·······-·····················-  I  159,690,626 155,050,361  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. I Excludes payments to miscellaneous receipts for retirement of capital and dividends and earnings (see memorandum section at end of this table).  Authorization of $3,000,000,000 to expend from publlc debt receipts. Funds are carried In ch~cklng accounts with private banks. 11 Lending authority increased $550,000,000. 12  11   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  I  A50  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATlONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Fune• tional code No.  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Antioipated supplemental  recommendation  1948  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES-Continued Independent omces--Continued GoYernment corporations and enterprlsea-Continued Tennessee Valley Associated Cooperatives, Inc.............  Tennessee Valley Authority: Tennessee Valley Authority fund (net) •••••••.••.•..... Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental). Working fund ••••••••.•.•.•...........•.••••••••••.•... Checking account (net) ...................•.••.•••...••.  401 .••••.•.•.•........••..•..••.......••••..............••..•..  401 $18,700,000 $27,389,061 ············•·• $56,400,000 29,554,994 401 ......•........ ............... $3,450,000 ··• ............ ·•······•······ 401 ....•...•••.... ············•·· ·······•··•···· ··············· 8,109 401 ............................................. ··•············ 4,264,814  Total, Tennessee Valley Authority .••••..•...•••.••...•.... Anticipated supplemental& for 1950 under esisting legislation: Independent offices: Motor Carrier Claims Commission ..•.••........•••...•.•.. United States Maritime Commission ••....•.•.•...•••.•.••. Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Funds appropriated to the President: Anti.inflation program ...•••.••........•.•.............. Economic cooperation: Foreign assistance ••..•••..•.... Foreign aid: Other foreign aid ......••.•.•.............. Special fund for management improvement .••.•••.•.•.. Displaced Persons Commission •.••......•••.•.•••.......... Housing Expediter: Salaries and expenses ..•••..••.•.•.•.•.. Increased salaries for heads and assistant heads of agencies •. National Capital Sesqui•Centennlal Commission ......•.... National Commission Against Discrimination in Employ• ment: Salaries and expenses ••••.•.•.•......••••...•.•.•.. National Science Foundation: Salaries and expenses .•.•.... Reconstruction Finance Corporation: Aids to private housing ..•.....••......•...........•.•...•.•.............. Surplus property disposal.. ••..••.•••••••••••••••••••.•.•.. Synthetic fuels commercial production.•••••••••.•.•.•••••.. Universal training •.•.•.•.•...•.•.•.•..••...•.•.....••......  • I $54,947  18, 700,000  27,389,061  3,450,000  602 451  503 153 153 610 152 503  ............... ·•············· ··•············ ···········•··· ..•............ ·········-····610 -····•······-·· 610 ·············-·  56,400,000  t 33, 827, 917  31,335,161 1,057,000 51,659 • 3,787,887  $51, 968, 000 2,393,000  I 28, 655, 933  I 48, 861, 000  ······••······· ··•············ ·•············· ··•···········• ·--·-·····-··-............... ····-··•-···•-· •.•..•..•...•.•  3,000,000 15,000,000 ···••·········· 2,500,000 1,250,000,000 4,300,000,000 ·······•···•· ....•............ ............... 600,000,000 ·••·•·········· ••............. ···•··········· 1,000,000 ··············- ••·•··········· 15,000 44,000 ···········-·-15,000 5,400,000 24,000,000 ·········•-··-· 5,076,000 --·-····•-··--· 1,500,000 ·······-·-····- -•············· 1,500,000 ···•··•········ ··············50,000  252 610 403 055  (")  21,000,000 (") 800, 000, 000  13,200,000  1,750,659,621 13,813,242,870  9,564,340, 181 13,984,591,133  15,000,000  13,500,000 4, 300, 000, 000 355, 000, 000 900,000 44,000 23,324,000 1,500,000 1,200,000 500,000 2,000,000  600,000 •2,500,000  551 304  • 5,500,000  270,000 13,000,000  300,000 13,000,000  Total, Executive Office of the President and independent offices •••.•••......•.•.•••.•.....•.•..••.......•.............. 10,250,225,875 11,694,530, 709  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). I Excludes payments to miscellaneous receipts for retirement of capital and dividends and earnings (see memorandum section at end or this table). 11 Expenditures to be charged to existing authorization to expend from public debt receipts. H Authorization of $30,000,000 to expend from public debt receipts.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  • I $10,137 ..•••.•••••..••  50,000,000 20,600,000 1,000,000 600, 000, 000  13,633,416,974  A51  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950]  EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code  No.  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental 1  1950 recommenda• tion  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY American Printing House for the Blind: To promote the education of the blind______________________ Education of the blind, interest fund (permanent specific)_.  302 302  $115,000 10,000  $115,000 10,000  ---------------  ---------------  $115,000 10,000  $115,000 10,000  $115,000 10,000  $115,000 10,000  125,000  125,000  ---------------  125,000  125,000  125,000  125,000  1,316,200 13,550,000  1,400,000 10,800,000  ---------------  1,536,000 23,000,000  1,251,635 13,942,584  1,512,426 11,022,433  1,444,800 22,700,000  .••.••.••.••... ·•·····•·•····· ···•·••••·•••·• 8,064 .••....••..•... 33,721 ..••.•..•••••.• 1,140 .••.••..•.••... • 40,000  2,800,000 8,959 5,430  200,000 492 615  Total, American Printing House for the Blind.•.•.•••.••..•.•..  Bureau of Employees' Compensation: Salaries and expenses .. -··-···········--·--··-······-······· Employees' compensation fund .. ·-······-·················· Increased compensation and medical costs (anticipated supplemental) •....•.••......•....... ···········-·-··· Printing and binding, Federal Security Agency (transfer). __ Travel expenses, Federal Security Agency (transfer)·--····· Wage accruals •.. ············•-·-·· ..• ········-·········· .• _ Working fund_ .•......••....•.....•.......•.....•.••.......  202 202 202 202 202 202 202  Total, Bureau of Employees' Compensation ...•...•.•.......•.•  Columbia Institution for the Deaf: Salaries and expenses....... Food and Drug Administration: Salaries and expenses ............... ·- ••......••....••.•.•.. Salaries and expenses, certification and inspection services (special account, indefinite)·- ... -· .. _....•....••.....•...• Certification services_ ........•.... _........................ . Printing and binding, Federal Security Agency (transfer) .. . Travel expenses, Federal Security Agency (transfer) ...•.•.. Working fund_ .......••.•.•••••.•••.•.•.•.......•.•........  -·············· ········•·••··· ·••············ ········•······ -··············  $115,490  .......•......• 3,000,000 ....•.......•..•....••.••..... .•..•.....•...• ·•·••·•·•···••• ............... ·•·••••·••····· .•..•.....•.... ...•........•..  --------------- _..,---------- ---____ ..,_,._.., ____ 40,000  14,866,200  12,200,000  3,115,490  24,536,000  15,197,144  15,389,248  302  259,500  282,400  10,000  315,300  267,291  292,101  206  4,000,000  4,475,000  313,296  4,985,000  S. 894,463  4,545,536  4,779,721  642,060 81,880 17,708 46,497  832,532 12,138 972 5,831  206 . ............,.. 967,400 ········-······ 1,100,000 206 531,000 -·········•···· ············•-· ······-········ 206 206 206  Total, Food and Drug Administration_ ..•.•.•.•.•........••.•..  487,724 26,411 148,472 38,878  ---------------  =  24,345,907 315,300  ---------------  4,531,000  5,442,400  313,296  6,085,000  4,595,948  5,333,681  5,631,194  2,192,000  2,194,000  220,000  2,443,000  1,937,409  2,322,789  2,434,645  Freedmen's Hospital: Salaries and expenses__ ...•...•...........  206  Howard University: Salaries and expenses .•.•...•.•. ·-···················-•···•Plans and specifications for construction of buildings....... . Increased costs for planning (anticipated supplemental)_ Construction of buildings_ .....•........ -·····-····.·······Additions to power plant (anticipated supplementall ...  2,382,800 2,187,241 302 2,045,400 2,150,000 -····•········· 2,335,000 2,185,434 90,000 325,789 302 220, 000 50, 000 . .....•. •...... 60, 000 31, 103 15,000 119,460 302 ••.•.•........ ············•·· 194,460 ··············- ··············226,465 302 • 2, 022, 080 • 507, 240 .... . .. . ....... • • 5, 659, 425 ···•··• .•...... 302 ............... ····-·········· 200,000 ••••·••••••·•·· ·•·•··••··••·•• ·············--· ·••••·•••••••·•  ---------------  Total, Howard University.......•.•...•.•••.•........••••••  Office of Education: Further development of vocational education_····-········· Promotion of vocational education in Hawaii. ..•.••.••..•.. Promotion of vocational education in Puerto Rico .•.....•.. Further endowment of colleges of agriculture and the mechanic arts ....•.••.•..••.•....................•..•.....•.. Salaries and expenses •..•.. ···-·· .... ················- ..... . Surplus property functions (anticipated supplemental)._ Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) .. ········-· .......... _.. ···-·············· Emergency fund for the President, national defense..•...... Food conservation ... ·-···-·············-·····-············· Printing and binding, Federal Security Agency (transfer)._. Salaries and expenses (national defense) ..••.• ·-···········-· Travel expenses, Federal Security Agency (transfer) •..•.... Working fund .•••.• _..• _..•. ·-........•.....•.•••...•.•.... Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special fund (allotment) (special account) ....•.•••.•.•••••••.••..  4,287,480  301 301 301  19,333,942 30,000 105,000  301 301 301  2,480,000 1,633,900  8,054,425  2,216,537  2,918,955  2,487,800  19,842,760 30,000 105,000  19,313,009 30,000 103,349  19,842,760 30,000 105,000  19,842,760 30,000 105,000  2,480,000 -·············· 2,480,000 2,480,000 25, 000 1, 934, 200 1, 491, 855 1,900,000 75,000 .••••.••..•.••. ············•··  2,480,000 1,911,621 75,000  2,480,000 1,886,066  294,209 7 • 276,593 61,739 8,960 89,607 • 1,879  122,635  15,000  31,249  5,000  36,747 74,939  12,000  404,006  172,150  3,000  2,707,240  19,842,760 --------- ----- 30,000 - - ------------105,000 - --- ------- ----  151 -···•··•······· ········••··•·· -·············· ····-·········· 301 301 301 301 301 301 610  t Unless otherwise indicated, the anticipated supplementals in this column are due to pay increases,  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorization~ (see table 9).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  394,460  ·1,300  A52  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-0ontinued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Funetional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommenda• tion  1949  1948  estimate  actual  1950  estimate  FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY-Continued Office of Education-Continued  Colleges for agriculture and the mechanic arts (permanent speciftc)----·-·····-··--····-··-···--······················ Promotion of vocational education, act of Feb. 23, 1917 (per• manent indefinite) ....••.•••••••.••••••••••••••••••••••... Total, Office of Education ••••.•••.••••••••••••••••••...  301  $2,550,000  $2. 550,000  ---------------  $2,550,000  $2,550,000  $2,550,000  $2,550,000  301  7,150,123  7,150,123  ---------------  7,150,123  7. 091, 774  7,150,123  7,150,123  ------  33,282,965  34,057,883  $100,000  34,092,083  33,640,043  34,582,224  34,080,249  203 203  18,000,000  18,000,000 648,850  8,703 33,000  20,500,000 685,000  21,842,108  18,647,344 626,860  20,497,480 671,128  538,124 29,942 3,030 44. 689  48,264 14,219  2,795 1,130  16,277  1,080  Office of Vocational Rehabilitation:  Payments to States, Vocational Rehabilitation Act, as amended ......••..........•........ _......•..•.•....•... _. Salruies and expenses, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation •. _ General administrative expenses, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation ..•.•.....•...••.........•..•.•.•••••••.. ·-_ Printing and binding, Federal Security Agency (transfer) __ _ Salaries and expenses, services for the blind functions ..... __ Travel expenses, Federal Security Agency (transfer) ....... .  203 203 203 203  Total, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation ••••.•.••........ -·--·-  550,000 ••••••·•···•··· ·······-······- ··········-··--  18,550,000  18,648.850  41,703  21,185,000  22,457,893  19,352,964  21,173,613  206 206 206 206  17,399,500 8,000,000 15,682,300 7,500,000  17,230,000 9,291,000 14,865,000 7,490,000  150,000 100,000 70,000 420,000  16,000,000 9,550,000 24,408,000 7,600,000  16,798,935 7,867,099 14,126,671 7,667,389  17,496,100 8,983,315 14,005,800 7,903,198  15,980,900 9,528,000 23,852,695 7,645,700  206 206  • 15,000,000  1,000,000 • • 20, 000, 000 1,400,000 24,644,000  392,183 709,731 19,638,771  1,018,600 14,607,817 1,114,000 21,965,450 112,000 8,507,721 2,595,584 508,141 14,731,967 14,793,412  956,970 60,000,000 1,348,000 23,953, 751 13,000 10,470,000 3,262,700 387,387 12,321,625 16,159,250 3,840,000 1,580,000 94,200 1,896,400 73,181 4,406,742 42,625 140,314 1,230,000 25,000 1,000,000 • 11,653 20,580  Public Health Senlce:  Control of venereal diseases ............................. ·-·Control of tuberculosis_..................................... Assistance to States, generaL .••.•.••...•.•......•..•. •-··-Control of communicable diseases....................... -.. Disease and sanitation investigations and control, Territory of Alaska ...•••.•.•• ····································Orants for hospital construction•••••. _..•.•.•. _.••. _....... _ Administrative expenses, assistance for hospital construction_ Hospitals and medical care_··----···----·--·-········-·-··-Additlonal requirements (anticipated supplemental) ___ _ Mental health activities •.•••....•. -·-·············-·-·_. __ . Foreign quarantine serviee·-···················-··· .. _____ . _ Employee health service programs-·-·-----·-·-·--·-·-··-·-Operating expenses, National Institutes of Health·---··-·--Operatlng expenses, National Cancer Instltute_.------·----Operatlng expenses, National Heart Institute_···-··-···-·-Dental health activities _____ -·--····-·-··-·-·-··---·- __ -·-·_ Construction of research facilities_.·-·--·-·----·-----------Pay, etc., commissioned officers-·---·····-·-····--·-····-·-Training for nurses .......................•................. Salaries and expenses.·········--··········-······-········. Special vital statistics proJects •••.•. -······-··-·-·--·····-·Office of International health relatlons ...... -··-···········eaJar!es and expenses, water pollution controL·-··········Act of June 30, 1948 (anticipated supplemental)-·-·····Grants and loans, water pollution controL •• ·-····•-···-···· Service and supply fund ...••... •·-············--··········· Working capital fund, narcotic hospitals ...•...••••......... Assistance to Greece and Turkey, Executive Office of the President (allotment) ....•.•.•......•.• _······-··········· Community facilities, defense public works, Office of Administrator, Federal Works Agency (transfer) ........•. Control of malaria and diseases o: tropical origin (national defense) .•....................................•.•..•••.... Control of venereal diseases (national defense) .......•.••... Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) •••........• ···-· .•.. ·- ....•. _............ . Development of health facllltles .••.•• -.•..•..............•.. Displaced persons commission (allotment) •••.•..•.•........ Emergency fund tor the President, national defense (allotment) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.•••.•.•••..•.•.•.•••  206 206 206 206  20,000,000  4,250,000 • 9,028,000 206 2, 450, 000 3,000,000 300,000 392,500 206 10,126,000 14,170,000 206 206 14,500,000 • 14,000,000 206 ··············· ···········-··· 206 ·•············· ··············206 • 5,000,000 2,650,000 206 5,750,300 1,866,300 206 4,500,000 350,000 3, 600, 000 4, 047, 700 206 206 ••············· ··-············ 151 275, 000 285, 000 206 206 206 _············•• ··-······-····· 206 •............... ········•·•·•· 206 ······•-·····•· -·-············  47,000 1,972,701 125,000 ·········--····· • • 10,562,000 165,000 3, 085, 000 ............... 167,000 • 11,800,000 375,000 180,000 • • 16,100,000  3,776,311 2,324,056 265,609 9,110,090 5,790,491  ············•·· • 4,000,000 ....•.......... 1,780,000 42,380 3,420 ............... • •17,000,000 6,983,754 6,004,113 ·······•·•····· 1,550,000 699,888 3,126,725 22,580 ·····-·-··-···· 4,120,714 3,313,245 295, 000 4, 500, 000 ............... 295,000 264,255 . . . . . . . • . . . . . . .. 130, 000 280,548 1,380,000 265,000 300,000 .....•......... 1,000,000 ··-···••·•···•· ····•·-•··•···· ············-·· .•..•••..••.... • 41,837 • 50,651 •.••...••...•.. •••·•···•······ 36,084 • 28,200  153  23,389  88,551  4,060  254  589  1,000  1,000  206 206  30,445 1,871  151 206 152  160,207 46,421  56,300 6,365 319,500  19,794  206  • Deduct excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9), • Includes appropriations to llquldate contract authorizations (see table 9).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  1,115,000 • • 40, 000, 000 1,300,000 21,443,000  425,500  174 •••••••••••••••••••••.••••••••  A53  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949  1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommendation  1948  1949  actual  estimate  1950  estimate  FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY-Continued Public Health Service-Continued  Emergency health and sanitation activities (national defense) _____ • __ •• ______ -- ___________________ • __________ • ___ _ Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administration (allotment) ___ • _____ ••••• ______ • _••••• ___ •• _. __ • __ • ______ _ Expenses, Division of Mental Hygiene_____________________ _ Expenses, Division of Venereal Diseases ___________________ _ Grants for rnsearch and training projects relating to cancer __ Health and sanitation activities, war and defense areas (national defense)._. __ ._ •••• __ • ___ • ______ •• __ ._. ____________ _ Hospital and construction activities ________________________ _ Liquidation expenses, United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (allotment) _______________________ _ Maritime training, United States Maritime Commission (transfer) ________________________________________________ _ Medical and hospital service, penal institutions, Department of Justice (transfer) _______________________________ _ Office of Surgeon General: Salaries and expenses, vital statistics ___________________ _ Printing and binding, vital statistics ___________________ _ Penalty mail costs, vital statistics _____________________ _ Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) ___________________________________ _ Pay of personnel and maintenance of hospitals _____________ _ Payments to States for surveys and programs for hospital con•t,ruction ___ --------------. -------------- ------------- -Postwar planning __________________________________________ _ Printing and binding, Federal Security Agency (transfer) ___ _ Public health services, Philippine Islands __________________ _ Salaries and expenses, American sections, international commissions (transfer). ______________________________________ _ Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Department of State (transfer) _________________________________ _ Special and technical Investigations, International Joint Commission, United States and Canada (transfer) _______ _ Training for nurses (national defense) ______________________ _ Travel expenses, Federal Security Agency (transfer) _______ _ United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (allotment) ______________________________________________ _  206  • $48,716  610 206 206 206  1,118  3,445,219  $3,580,182 ---------------  206 206  58,676 • 279,733  --------------- ---------------  • 2 --------------- _____ ,.. ________ _  242  $865,000 --------------- --------------- ---------------  105,000  $7,302  152  16,814  256  -------------·-  451  26,148  80,100  15,000  207  1,153,551  1,430,000  1,444,000  206 206 206  101,578 23,271 12,269  11,890  151 206  13,545 5,649  206 206 206 206  9.%, 887  3,936 ---------------  423,113 6,364 - ---------- ---119,000 216,280 161,789 - -- ------------  432,000  --- - ------- ----  5,404  --- ----- -------  154  62,692  99,987  31,675  155  1,821,368  1,607,000  977,000  154 206 206  14,777 • 216,277 787,737  3,127 ----------------------------- ---------------  152  40,114 63,379  1,819 - ----------- - -10,000 366  $137,000  74,757 10,585  75,700 8,000  149,200 1,000  178, 088, 000  109, 960, 711  148, 931, 626  203, 770, 668  1,820,000 1,044,000  1,656,270  1,688,166  1,918,500  Working fund ____________ ---------------------------------- 206 Operation of commissaries, Division of Mental Hygiene (permanent indefinite, special account) __________________ _ 206 Working fund, special fund (special account) ______________ _ 206 Total, Public Health Service______________________________ ______  82,866  $77,000  132,930,966  164, 950, 500  $4,222,281  1,550,000  1,573,000 (')  141,000  260,555  40,000  Saint Elizabeth& Hospital:  Salaries and e:xpenaes_. ------------------------------------Construction and equipment, storeroom, etc _______________ _ Construction and equipment, building for the housing, care, and treatment of mentally sick patients _________________ _ Major repairs and preservation of buildings and grounds ___ _ Construction planning_____________________________________ _  206 206  206  1,550,000  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  •2,015,000 624,000 150,000  (') 163 000  206 206  Total, Saint Ellzabeths Hospital _______________________________ _  ~  1,736,000  lU,000  5,653,000  25,000 ---------------  1,656,270  1,713,166  1,918,500  A54  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Func-tional code No.  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  EXPENDITURES  1950 recommendation  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY-Continued Social Security Administration:  Bureau of Employment Security: Grants to States for unemployment compensation and employment service administration ___________________ _ 552 Reconversion unemployment benefits for seamen ______ _ 552 Salaries and expenses __ --------------------------------- 552 Working capital fund __________________________________ _ 351 Grants to States for unEJIDployment compensation administration _________________________________________ _ 552 Migration of workers, employment service functions ___ _ 552 Salaries ________________________________________________ _ 552 Bureau of Federal Credit Unions: Salaries and expenses____ _ 501 Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance: Expenses, benefits, deceased veterans, World War IL __ _ 201 Reimbursement to Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund_----------------------------------- 201 E'alaries ________________________________________________ _ 201 Bureau of Public Assistance: Grants to States for public assistance __________________ _ 203 Increased Federal share (anticipated supplemental)_ 203 Salaries and expenses __ --------------------------------- 203 Salaries ________________________________________________ _ 203 Children's Bureau: Salaries and expenses __ --------------------------------- 203 Salaries and expenses, conference on children and youth_ - - - - ---------- _______ -- -- __ - _---- __ -- ___ --- --- - 203 Grants to States for maternal and child welfare ________ _ 206 Contingent expenses, Children's Bureau functions _____ _ 203 Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) ______________________________ _ 151 Cultural relations with China and the neighboring countries and countries of the Near East and Africa, Department of State (transfer) _______________________ _ 151 Grants to States for child welfare services _____________ _ 203 Grants to States for emergency maternity and infant care (national defense). _____________________________ _ 206 Grants to States for maternal and child health services __ 206 Grants to States for service.s for crippled children _____ _ 206 Penalty mail costs, Children's Bureau functions _______ _ 203 Printing and binding, Children's Bureau functions ____ _ 203 Salaries, Children's Bureau functions __________________ _ 203 Salaries and expenses, emergency maternity and infant care (national defense) ______________________________ _ 206 Salaries and expenses, maternal and child welfare ______ _ 206 Traveling expenses, Children's Bureau functions _______ _ 203 Office of the Commissioner: Salaries and expenses ___ • __ • ___________________________ _ 205 Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) ______________________________ _ 151 Miscellaneous expenses, Social Security Administration __ 205 Printing and binding, Federal Security Agency (transfer) __________________________________________________ _ 205 Salaries, consolidated operations _______________________ _ 205 Travel expenses, Federal Security Agency _____________ _ 205 Working fund ___ --------------------------------------- 205 Supervision of Federal Credit Unions (special account)_ 501 Working fund, special fund (special account) __________ _ 205 Total, Social Security Administration_________________ ______  $3,170,000  $130, 000, 000 $54,891 $135,000,000 --------------1,920,000 --------------- --------------$3,170,000 5,804,000 150,000 4,450,000 --------------1,000,000  67,167,532 --------------- --------------- ---------------  67,154, 761  947, 500 --------------- --------------- ----------------------------- --------------- --------------200,000  941, 738  2  700,000  1  277,000  28,400  2. 974,000  (')  $135, 006, 440 50,000 4,480,800  854,938 3,500 44,118  12,060 2,800 176,308  700,000  3,604,000  305,400  2,974,000  3,604,000  824, 284, 911 151, 000, 000 1,332,562 60,637  1, 063, 000, 000  1,376,200  1,493,632  67,650 19,893,795  75,650 23,106,205  • 136 726,000,000 • 797,000,000 --------------- 1,058,000,000 731,988,577 151, 000, 000 --- ----- ------- ------ ---- --- - _-- _-- -- --- -- -- -- --- -- _---- ----------------1,350,000 45,000 1,350,000 --------------!, 150,000 _______________ _______________ _______________ 11 150, 680 431,000  1,455,000  60,000  1,514,000  75,000 22.000,000  1,300  75,000 22,000,000  423,290  1,336,831  6,177 13,996  3.000. 000 11,000,000 7,500,000  2.067,485 10,583,832 7,423,000 1,147 42,913 150  750,000 --------------- --------------- --------------235,000  14,300  827,786,432  ------------------------------------------_--- _------ ---624,668 --------------954,714,668  ----------------------------------------------- _------- ----------------------------151,353, 891  89 746,012 28,086  662,309 1,417,254 385,030 3,361 --------------  51,336 1,596 233,880  254,294  39,047 930,953  20,164 115,004  4,200  --------------471,397 --------------1,958,001 --------------359,564 _----- -- --- ---207, 858 418,500 ----------------------------5,357  127,702 86,727 75,050 18,583 598,318  10,000 438,500  1, 144, 886, 900  1, 233, 053, 220  257,800 ---------------  470,400 --------------- --------------- ----------------------------2, ooo. 000 ---------------- -- ----- _____ ,, -----------------------------  449 ---------------  90 --------------- --------------3.422,223 2,519,305  3,500,000  1, 226, 869, 300  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes reapproprlation of unobligated balances (see table 4). ' Excludes transfer from "Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund": 1948, $35,054,850; 1949, $39,805,100; 1950, $43,266,000.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $128, 607, 451 1,850,000 5,915,580  833, 835, 287  1,500  A55  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Fune• tioual code No.  1949 1948 actual Actual  Anticipated , supplemental  1950 reco=enda• tion  1949 estimate  1948 actual  19.50  estimate  FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY-Continued Office of the Administrator: Salaries, Office of the Administrator .••..•.•••.•.•..•••...•• Salaries and expenses, Division of Service Operations .•..... Salaries, Office of General Counsel. ................•........ Civilian war benefits..•...•.•..•.......•....•.......•.•••••• Terminal leave (transfer) .•...•......•..•.•.•...•.•.•.....•. Civilian war assistance .••••...•...•.......•.•.......•..•.... Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) .•.......•.•..•....•............•........•. Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allot• ment) ...•.••....•.......•. · .............................. . Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administration (allotment) ..•..........•.................•••..•....•..••. Expenses, temporary aid to enemy aliens and other restricted persons .••......•.••••••..•.•..•..•.•..•••.•••••••••••••.. General administration, war manpower procurement and assignment service......•.........•............•.•..•..... International information and educational activities, De• partment of State (transfer) ...........••.•..•.•.••.••.•... Miscellaneous expenses ...•.•.•••••.....•••.•....•..•.•..... Penalty mail costs ..•.••••..•••..•......•••••....••.•...•... Printing and binding .•••.••••..••.••.•.....•..•..........•• Salaries, Division of Personnel Management ..•.•..•.••.•.•• Salaries, Division of Service Operations .......•..•...•••..•• Salaries and expenses, Office of Community War Services.•. Travel expenses..................•.......................••• Working fund ................................•.......•....• Payments from proceeds of sales, motor•propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite, special account) •••.••••••••••• Salaries and expenses, \Var Assets Administration, special fund (allotment) (special account) .•.....•.......... _._ ...  --------------- ---------------  345,715 88,711  750,000 .•............................ ···•···········  792,613  $1,777,900 815,460 470,700 102,579 150,000 98,165  151  3,272  610,710  610  18,054  610  1,124  610 610 610 202 610 203  337,600 100,000  $1,694,000 818,700 304,000 85,000  $2,515,000 1,043,000 325,000  $328,730  ---------------  $2,480,968 I, 239,770 544,746  32,243  376  552 151 610 610 610 610 610 208 610 610 610  65,000 500,000 670,000 139,850 294,400 1,571,700 ·······•· ···•·•· .... ·····- ····· ··············176,388  87,260  99,600  610  610  4,934,938  2,988,960  3,982,600  15,466 20,076 136,691 12,374 8,012 13,139 269 7,952 30,443  149,083  106,178  28,883  2,054  2,475,945  4,378,168  2,000 4,000  700 98,980  4,403,407  618 1,210,047,901  Total, Federal Security Agency......................... •..•.• I, 045, 297,371  1,210,047,901  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures.  126,000  125,925 132,533 9,758 138,993 291,537 5,430 23,173 • 7,723  890  Total. ....•.......•.•..•.•..•••...••••.•....•.......•.....•..... 1,045,297,371 Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Bureau of Employees' Compensation: Employees' compensation fund •........•....................•............•... 202 Office of Education: Federal aid to education ......................••.••••... 301 Survey of educational building needs, and study of scholarships and fellowships ........•.•...•...•..•..... 301 Public Health Service: Medical Care Insurance Admin• istration..•..•....•..........••..••....•..•............... _ 206 Social Security Administration: Extending public assist• ance •....•..••••.•...•..••.....•.••......•..•............ _ 203   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $89,000 25,000 12,000  203  Total, Office of the Administrator.•................•.....••••• Miscellaneous: Claims and judgments.•..•...........••...•••••  $330,000  ---------------  160,038, 121  1,511,428, 708  1,028,365,478  1,380,227,440  1,533,739,503  4,000,000  3,800,000  300, 250, 000  290, 125, 000  1,000,000  1,000,000  15,000,000  14,900,000  65,000,000  6o, 000. 000  A56  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 19/iO  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental 1  recommenda• tion  1948  1949  estimate  actual  1950  estimate  FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY Office or the Administrator: Salaries and expenses..•••.•••.•.•.•.•.•.•........•...•..... Liquidation of Public Works Administration...•.•......... Penalty mail costs .•.•.•••.................................. Federal tort claims...•.•...•.........•....•.•...•........... Emergency relief, Work Projects Administration.......... . Emergency relief, Work Projects Administration, Federal construction projects approved under prior emergency relief acts ................................................ . Working fund, Work Projects Administration ......•....... Payments from proceeds of sales, motor•propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite, special account) ...•..........  610 204 610 610 204  $344,540 (d) 30,000 10,000  $344,540  $9,000  (d)  28,800 10,000  610  $348,122 7,599,330 30,539 3,254  $353,000 7,201,501 7,134 10,000  $371,000 1,415,900  283  7,512 • 247  204 204  Total, Office of the Administrator....................•.....•..  163,234  118,733  547,774  502,073  2,160,500  Public Buildings Administration: General administrative expenses .........•.....•............ 610 2,160,500 Repair, preservation, and equipment, public bulldlngs outside the District of Columbia........•........•...•.... 610 10,000,000 Salaries and expenses, public buildings and grounds in the District of Columbia and adjacent area .................. . 610 29,715,000 Increased costs (anticipated supplemental) ......•....•.. 610 Salaries and expenses, public buildings and grounds outside the District of Columbia.•....•..........•..............•. 610 20,608,000 National Industrial reserve ..•••.•.•.•........•.•............ 055 Liquidation of contract authorization (anticipated supplemental) ••....•..•.........•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.. 055 ·········•····· Hospital center, District of Columbia....................•.. 206 1,700,000 Geophysical Institute, Alaska••...............•.........••.. 304 ·····•····•···· Bulldlngsandfacilities, Cincinnati, Ohio .•.................. 206 ·············· General Accounting Office Building, District of Columbia.. 610 (•) Federal Courts Building, District of Columbia.............. : 602 • 1,000,000 Improvement of post-office facilities, Los Angeles, Cal!f.••... 610 -········ ...... Construction services ......•.....•.....•.• _•.•.....•...••••. 610 ·•············· Working capital fund .•.•.•...•.•.........................•. 610 ··············· Acquisition of additional land In tbe District of Columbia, act June 14, 1946...............................•......•... 610 Acquisition of land and buildings, Boston, Mass ..........•. 610 750,000 Acquisition of site and building, Baltimore parcel•post station, Baltimore, Md ..............•..............•..... 610 79,000 Acquisition of site and construction of Federal office build· ing, Nashville, Tenn......•...........................••.• 610 Additional facilities, National Bureau of Standards, Wash• ington, D. C ..•.•...•.....................•............... 304 Administrative facilities, Veterans Administration (trans• fer) •.............................•.......••.....•......•.. 104 Advance studies for Federal building construction •.....•... 610 Building for storeroom, etc., Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Fed• era! Security Agency (transfer) ........................... . 206 Construction and equipment, Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Federal Security Agency (transfer) ....................... . 206 Construction, planning, Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Federal Security Agency (transfer) •.•.........•••.•••••....•••.•.. 206 Construction of public buildings, act August 25, 1937•....... 610 Construction of buildings, Howard University, Federal Security Agency (transfer) .•..............•.••••...•........ 302 Construction of research facilities, Public Health Service (transfer) ........•••••.••...........•.•...•....•.•.....•.. 206 Construction, purchase, remodeling, and designing build• lngs outside the District of Columbia, act June 14, 1946 ... 610  94,700  269,176  120,981  94,700  9,000  466,700  8,257,969  7,692,616  1,881,600  100,000  2,160,000  2,196,264  2,248,184  2,155,316  10,000,000  10,556,305  10,000,000  9,500,000  10,000,000 30,115,000  3,150,000 975,000  34,600,000  30,378,924  31,970,698 850,000  34,385,000 125,000  22,220,000 • 5,000,000  1,684,000  26,632,000 15,000,000  19,103,589  24,181,344 5,262,500  26,326,600 14,000,000  4,500,000 90,000 200,000 170,000 1,600,000 1,000,000 250,000 239,559 2,975  500,000 400,000 700,000 30,000 8,441,806 5,000,000 750,000 • 60,000 • 4,795  151  975,000 750,000  -----------------------------  136,198  79,000  ---------------  810,449  1,100,000  3,250,000  65,664  48,060  ---------------  5,601 25,441  250,000 8,769  ---------------  2,041  -1, 250,000  1,000,000  14,501  1,350,000  2,200,000  343,397  300,000  150,000 200,000  1,600,000  7,620,000  403,502  6,850,604  18,038,000  • 252, 6:11  500,000  3,600,000  ....... ........ •500,000 • 100,000 200,000 ··•············ ··•············ 1,000,000 ··············· ...............  • 5,000,000 ····•·········· ··········-·•·· ···•·•········· ..•............ • 875,000 ..•............... ··············•·········· • 5,000,000 ··············· • 5,000,000 ··········•···· ·······•·•····· ··············· ............... ··············· ···········•···  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9). d Excludes resppropriatlon of unobllgated balances (see table 4). 1 Unless otherwise indicated, the anticipated supplementals in this column are due to pay increases.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $372,000 (d)  .....•......... 48,235 .......••••••.. •...........••. 245,680 ···•·••••·•···· ...........•... • 150,162 • 11,326  900,000  A57  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommenda• tion  1948  1949  actual  estimate  1950  estimate  FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY-Continued Public Buildings Admlnistratlon-Contlnned Elimination of structural and fire hazards, Executive Man• sion: Anticipated supplemental.. ••••..............•.•.•.. Emergency construction of public buildings, act June 22, 1936...............•....................•..•.••••..........  Emergency fund for tbe President, national defense (allot• ment) ....•.............•...............••.....•........•.. Emergency safeguarding of public buildings and property... Equipment, National Archives Building.....•••...•.....••• Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administration (allotment) ..•••....•••••..............•••...•••.•••...•.. Federal office buildings numbered 2 and 3, in or near the District of Columbia.•.......•.....•......•....•......•... Major repairs and preservation of buildings and grounds, Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Federal Security Agency (transfer) •...............................•.....•..•••..••. National Institute of Mental Health ...•..•••.•.•........... Outside professional services ..••..•........•.•...•••.•...... Plans and specifications for construction of buildings, How• ard University, Federal Security Agency (transfer) .•..... Plans for elimination of structural and fire hazards, Execu• tive Mansion .••...........•..•••..........•.••••••••••... Return of departmental functions to seat of government. ..•• Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Federal Security Agency (trans• fer) .••.....•.•.....•••..•.•........•.••.•..••............. Salaries and expenses, Veterans Administration (transfer) .•. ·Sites and construction, general office buildings In or near the District of Columbia............•....•.....•••..•••.•. Sites and planning, certain public buildings outside the District of Columbia.•...•........•••...........••••.••.•. Social Security Board and Railroad Retirement Board Buildings, Washington, D. C ..•.••.•...........•••••••... War Department Buildings, Washington, D. C ••..•.•.••••• West central heating plant, Washington, D. C .••.••.....•.. Working fund ..••.........•...••........•.••••••••...•.•... Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special fund (transfer) (special account) .•..................•••... Working fund, special fund (special account) .......•.••.....  603  $4,000,000 ............................. .  $300,297  610  $8,458  4,665  610 610 610  765 5,569  78,227  610  11,972  610  36,977  206 206 610  1,131 ·•·············  13,500 ..••..•..•...••  125,000  613,000  5,000  5,000  50,000 50,000 900,000  296 707,290  49,703 123,075  206 104  33,120 2,582,149  603,230  610  113,070  7,214  603 610  610 610  610 610 610  • l, 250,000 ............................................ .  610  610  453 453 453 453 453  510,000  165,000  2,500 116,714 1,823,536 1,767,086  500 100,000 750,000 525,648  100,000 788,830 500,000  118,225 383,272  42,775  71,770,934  100, 838, 431  675,000 •••............ ············•·· ···•··········· .•...••.....••.  69,737,500  $71, 295, 500  •·•············ • 7,300,000 • •247, 711,146 °427,288,854 ··•············ (') ..•............ 1,000,000 ··············· ···············  14,909,000  ·•············· ··············· ••............. ............... ···············  $99, 267, 000  ············· .. 9,863,300 11,815,228 • 0 400,000,000 275,685,082 398,645,081 • • 23,500,000 ......•........ •·············· ··············· ·········•· .... 500,000 ...••••..•••••. 7,704,353 5,061,462  153  2,337,958  151 055  280  453  433,592  453 453 453 454  1,973,331  144, 978, 460  11,000,000 440, 000, 000 23,500,000 400,000 3,300,000 100,000  2,900  • 10,288,854 ··············· ............................. . • 3,000,000 .•..... ········ ••..••......... ·•·············  • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  57,895 2,000  302  Total, Public Buildings Administration ....................... . Public Roads Administration: Elimination of grade crossings ...............•.............. Federal•aid postwar construction program ...............•.. Forest highways ..••••.•........••.•............••...•...... Testing and research laboratory.................••.....•.... Access roads (national defense) ...........•.•.............•.. Assistance to Greece and Turkey, Executive Office of the President (allotment) ............•.•...................... Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) .......•................................... Defense aid (allotment) .................................... . Emergency fund for the President, national defense (l!l!lot• ment) ..•..............................•..........••.•.•.. Emergency relief, highways, grade•crossing elimination, etc., act Apr. 8, 1935 ...............................••.•........ Federal•ald highway system ..........•.....••.............. Federal•aid secondary or feeder roads ..•.................•.. Flight strips (national defense) ..•....••......•••......••.•..  $850,000 ······•········ ········•··•··· ··•············  $3,599, 10a  771,045 23,338,697 5,558,940 112,167  1,000,000 12,000,000 4,000,000 328,811  200,000 7,000,000 4,000,000  -------------·-  A58  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  1950 recommendation  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY-Continued Public Roads Administration-Continued Flood relief, Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas, for restoration of roads and bridges _______________________ _ Inter-American Highway __________________________________ _ Inter-American Highway, Costa Rica ______________________ _ Mount Vernon Memorial Highway ________________________ _ National industrial recovery, highway funds, act June 16, 1933 ________ -- -- --- - _-- -- -- - --- - -- -- _-- -- -- --- -- -- --- - -- -__ National industrial recovery, highway funds, act April 8, 1935_________ -- - ____ - ____ - -- - -- -- ____ - --- -- - --- -- -- -- - _-- __ National industrial recovery, Public Works Administration (allotment) ______________________ ------------ ____________ _ Public lands highways _____________________________________ _ Public Works Administration (allotment) _________________ _ Salaries aud expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Department of State (transfer) __________________________________ _ Strategic highway network (national defense) ______________ _ Surveys and plans (national defense) _______________________ _ War and emergency damage, Territory of HawaiL _________ _ Working fund _____________________________________________ _ Working fund, special fund (special account) _______________ _  453 151 151 453  $51,123 1,226,591 • 32,005  $64,268 2,368,269 150,862 64,544  ---- --- --- -- -- -  453  1,356  5,804  ---- --- --------  453  2,761  3,328  ---- ----- ------  204 453 204  55,891 239,098 178,736  155 453 ~53 453 453 453  Total, Public R9ads Administration______________________ ______  Bureau of Community Facilities: Public works advance planning ____________________________ _ Liquidation of public works advance planning _____________ _ Virgin Islands public works ________________________________ _ Maintenance and operation of schools______________________ _ Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ___ _ Liquidation of defense public works ________________________ _ Grants for plan preparation, water-pollution controL ______ _ Adminiatrative expenses, water-pollution control_ __________ _ Alleviation of damage from flood or other catastrophe ______ _ Community facilities, defense public works ________________ _ Disaster relief, Executive Office of the President (allotment)_ Emergency fund for the President (allotment) _____________ _ Emergency relief, Territory of Hawaii_ ____________________ _ Veterans' educational facilities _____________________________ _ Maintenance, etc., defense public works (special account) __ _ Working fund, special fund (special account) _______________ _  254 254 254 301 301 254 206 206 254 254 254 254 254 104 254 254  Total, Bureau of Community Facilities ________________________ _  Miscellaneous: Claims and judgments _________________________ _  610  $3,000,000 --------------- --------------- ---------------  (•)  264,000,000  (d)  (d)  (d)  (")  --------------896,250 3,000,000 ------------------------------------------75,000 ------------------·-----------------------------·---------------------------------------------·------------------  ------------------------------------------$2,000,000 ------------------·------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------·---------------------------------------------  ·-------------800,000 ----------------------------·-·-----------500,000 150,000 ------------ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------·--·----------------------  6,207,687  3,971,250  2,000,000  1,450,000  2,312,627 342,805,588  · Total, Federal Works Agency_________________________ ______  342,805,588   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $423,500,000  --------------1,707,687 4,500,000 --------------·---------------------------·-----·-------· ---- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------  TotaL____________________________________________________ ______ Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Public Buildings Administration: Construction of Census Building, Suitland, Md _______ ------------------------ ___ _ 610 Bureau of Community Facilities: Alaska public works ___________________________________ _ 254 Disaster relieL ________________________________________ _ 254  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Excludes reappropriation of unobligated balances (see table 4).  $435,588,854 _______________  511, 357, 677  511,357,677  16,918,000  16,918,000  524, 683, 700  $2,100,000  ---------------  ---------------  325,560 300,000 1,300,000 1,500,000 224,440 - --- --- --  ---- --  17,040,000 2,000,000 1,000,000 3,000,000 4,690,000  2,037,702 3,113,147 756,451 95,653 3,691,924 • 29,232  10,235,165 2,000,000 1,016,647 1. 904,347 3,712,742 233,231  --- ---- --------  337, 194, 610  459, 136, 020  520, 930, 000  7,101,401 9,000,000 842,998 735,253 625,707 2,000,000 5,460,876 3,426,554 --------------1,000,000 488,112 376,000 --------------- ----------------------------73,000 524,237 1,358,361 1,002,652 1,000,000 --------------145,000 --------------25,000 825,562 364,185 53,179,263 3,016,000 • 1,308,300 • 99,487 --------------• 50,000  6,000,000 325,641 1,300,000  68,742,508  22,369,866  10,210,741  2,036,808  289,043  488, 002, 829  590, 325, 976  1,000,000 186,100 450,000 · 137,000 300,000 500,000 5,000  516,000 • 559,000 50,000  678, 000, 801  7,400,000  4,800,000  2,000,000 5,000,000  1,000,000 3,000,000  539, 083, 700  488, 002, 829  590, 325, 976  686, 800, 801  A59  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Ba&ed on exi&ting and propo&ed legi&lation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] APPROPRIATIONS  Or11anization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticlpated supplementlll  reco=endstion  1948  1949  actual  estimate  191i0  estimate  HOUSING AND HOME FINANCE AGENCY Office of the Administrator:  Salaries and expenses __ -------------------------- __________ _ Veterans' housing __________________________________________ _ Cooperation with American Republics, Department of State, (transfer) __________________________________________ _ Cultural relations with China and the neighboring countries and countries of the Near East and Africa, Department of State (transfer) __________________________________________ _ Emergency fund for the President, defense housing temporary shelter (allotment) __________________________________ _ National defense housing. _________________________________ _ Penalty mail costs _________________________________________ _ Working fund _____________________________________________ _ Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite, special account) ______________ _  253 251  $100,000 35,500,000  $1,050,000 (d)  $30,000  $1,600,000  $888,355 • 5,419  $1,050,000 133  151  $1,521,000  6,000  151  7,918  251 251  • 170 • 9,290 45,665 7,844  253 253 253  Total, Office of Administrator __________________________ ------  16,350  15,000  35,616,350  1,065,000  30,000  45,295  6,040  20,000  10,867  5,000  15,000  1,620,000  945,770  1,112,468  1,536,000  l=====ll====c=J,=====l0=====l======l======l===== Home Losn Bank Board: 252 252 252  88,717 • 1,763 681  252  • 57,116  • 134,383  20,400  Home Owners' Loan Corporation: Checking account (net) ________________________________ _ 252 National defense housing ___ ---------------------------- 251  • 155, 718, 089  • 122, 996, 693  • 95,421,000  • 155,687,570  • 123,131,076  • 95, 400, 600  • 19,001, 466  3,998,654 1,000,000  6,786,302  • 19, 001, 466  4,998,654  6,786,302  38,619  1,075  Salaries and expenses __ ------------------------------------Supplies, materials, etc __ ----------------------------------Administrative expenses (special account) _________________ _ Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation: Checking account (net) ____________________________________________ _  Total, Home Loan Bank Board_______________________ ______ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ Federal Housing Administration:  Checking account (net) ____________________________________ _ 252 Housing investment insurance fund _______________________ _ 252  10,000,000  Total, Federal Housing Administration _______________________________________ _  10,000,000  Public Housing Administration:  Public war housing program: Community facilities, defense public works, Office of Administrator, Federal Works Agency (transfer) ____ _ Construction fund, United States Maritime Commission (transfer) ________________________________________ _ Emergency fund for the President, defense housing, temporary shelter (trausfer) ______________________________ _ Emergency fund for the President, national defense housing (transfer) ____________________________________ _ National defense housing, Office of Administrator (transfer) __________________________________________________ _ National defense housing, temporary housing, Office of Administrator (transfer) _____________________________ _ War housing in and near District of Columbia (transfer)_ Disposition or removal, war housing program (permanent indefinite, special account) ______________________ _ Operation, maintenance, etc., national defense housing (permanent indefinite, special account) ______________ _  254 451  192  251  • 10,569  251  • 4,526  251  960,903  1,557,049  251 251  24,706 32,852  133  251  12,457,474  38,892,670  108, 575, 500  731,698  710,000  1,437,500  251  74,948,197  61,958,476  49,020,400  33,653,025  35,670,570  24,907,600  87,405,671  100, 851, 146  157, 595, 900  35,426,708  37,939,019  26,345,100  Total, Public war housing program ______________________ _ Homes conversion program: National defense housing, Office of Administrator (transfer). __________ ---• ----------- ---- -- --------- ---Disposition or removal, homes conversion program (permanent indefinite, special account)_______________ Operation, maintenance, etc., homes conversion, national defense housing (permanent indefinite, special account) _____________ ---------------------------------  l======l======l======~======ll======l ======1====== 0  39,449  251 251  2,796,342  2,044,249 ---------------  1,247,000  125,690  61,000  40,300  251  9,049,789  5,832,326  3,0li9,800  5,069,736  3,337,000  1,768,000  11,846,131  7,876,575  4,306,800  5,195,426  3,427,449  1,808,300  Total, homes conversion program ________________________ _  '=====''====='=====',=====·======·======·===== • Deduct, excesB ot repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes reappropriation of unobllgated balances (see table 4).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A60  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  1950 recommenda· tion  1949 estimate  1948 actual  1950 estimate  HOUSING AND HOME FINANCE AGENCY-Con. Public Housing Administration-Continued Veterans' re-use housing program: Veterans' housing, Office of Administrator (transfer) ___ _ Veterans' re-use housin~ program, no year (transfer) ___ _ Disposition or removal, veterans' housing program (permanent indefinite, special account) ______________ _  251 251 251  Total, veterans' re-use housing program ____________ _ Defense Homes Corporation: Checking account (net) ______ _ United States Housing Act program: Annual contributions __________________________________ _ Checking account (net) __ ------------------------------Operating fund, United States Housing Act of 1937, as amended (permanent indefinite, special account) ____ .  251  Total, United States Housing Act program ________ _  $15, 694, 987  $12,171,400  503,052  606,500  $604,100  6,300,692  15,694,987  12,171,400  42,476,928  11,148,835  604,100  4,395,591 • 7,388,582  5,700,000 3,213,900  • 5,613,809  4,000,000  251  Operation and maintenance of resettlement projects, (permanent indefinite, special account) _____________ _  251  5,700,000  40 --------------- --------------8,937,985  • 2,992,991  8,913,900  40,000  31,218  1,294,955  924,918  1,572,750 ---------------  1,001,200 ---------------  1,334,955  956,136  251  12,255,865  10,484,300  8,777,000  151 055 055  863,589 3,642  610 251 055  123 179,007 420  251  29,953  1,363  610  57,250  4,125  99,813,087  61,348,046  47,404,536  • 55, 671, 908  • 39. 673, 762  50,000  5,000,000 1,520,000 10,000,000  991  109,552,534  Miscellaneous: Claims and Judgments _________________________ _  253  36,196  Total.____________________________________________________  253  145, 205, 080  Salaries and expenses ___ --------------------------------  4,840,000 ---------------  3,335,655 5,602,290  1,001,200 ---------------  Total, Public Housing Administration__________________ ______  Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Office of Administrator: Alaska housing ________________________________________ _ Salaries and expenses, research and administration _____ _ Slum clearance program, checking account (net) ________ _ Home Loan Bank Board: Standby borrowing authority ___ _ Public Housing Administration: Low-rent housing program: Loans; checking account (net) _________________________ _ Annual contributions __________________________________ _  5,700,000  1,572,750 ---------------  Total, subsistence homestead and greentowns programs ____________________________________________ _ Administrative expenses: Salaries and expenses ____________ _ Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) __________________________________________ _ Defense aid (allotment) ____________________________________ _ Defense aid, liquidation of lend-lease program (allotment) __ Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administration (allotment) ______________________________________________ _ Working fund ________________________________________ ---- __ Defense aid, special fund (allotment) (special account) ____ _ Maintenance, operation, etc., United States Maritime Commission housing projects (special account) __________ _ Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special fund (allotment) (special account) _______________________ _  4,840,000 ----- ----------  40 --------------- --------------- --------------4,000,040  Subsistence homestead and greentowns program: Expenses of liquidation of resettlement projects (special account) _____________________________________________ _  $3,327,100 7,215,235  $6,300,692  251  251 251  $20, 142, 241 21,831,635  130, 835, 458 ______ -- ______ _  19,475 141, 900, 458  253 253 253 252  $30,000  182, 395, 300  70,000  10, ooc, coo 2,000,000  • 73, 910, 704  (• ') (')  251 251 251  Total, Housing and Home Finance Agency_________________  180, 775, 300  90,000  125, 000, 000 500,000 3,510,000  • 40, 531, 908  105, 856, 238  15,000,000  (')  100,000  500,000 4,000,000  200,000  198, 895, 300  b  145,205,080  141, 900, 458  • 73, 910, 704  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). 1 Authorization of $25,000,000 to expend from public debt receipts. 2 Authorization of $1,000,000,000 for Federal home loan banks and $750,000,000 for Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation to expend from public debt receipts. a Authorization of $700,000,000 to expend from public debt receipts.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A61  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Funotional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949  1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental 1  recommenda• tion  1948  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Office of the Secretary:  Salaries and expenses ..•.......••.•.••••••....•............. Working capital fund .....•••..•.................•........•. Assistance to Greece and Turkey (allotment) .•............. Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) .•.........••........•..•.................• Cultural relations with China and the neighboring countries and countries of the Near East and Africa (transfer) ..... . Defense aid, liquidation lend•lease program (allotment) .... . Defense aid (lend•lease) (allotment) ..•.•......••••....•...•. Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) ••••....•................••..•..•.••..••.••.•.•...... Emergency relief..•.......•••••.••.•..........•..........•.. Expenses, China aid, Economic Cooperation Administration (allotment) ...•..........•.........•....•............. Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administration (allotment) .•.........•........•............•..•.•..•..... Food and feed conservation program..........•....•.•...... Foreign aid, Austria, France, and Italy (allotment) ........ . Foreign aid, China (allotment) .•.................••.•...... International Information and educational activities, De• partment of State (transfer) .............••..............•. Liquidation expenses, United Nations Relief and Rahabill• tation Administration (allotment) ...•.................... Penalty mail costs .•.............•....•..•.•.........•...... Relief assistance to countries devastated by war (allotment). Salaries and expenses, American sections, International commissions (transfer) ...•..........•...........•......... United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (allotment) ............•.................................. Defense aid, special fund (allotment) (special account) ... . Farm tenant•mortgage insurance fund (special account) ... . Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special fund (allotment) (special account) •••..•.•.•..•.•..•..•...  351 $2,135,800 $2,050,000 $107,000 $2,033,000 351 153 ...•••......... ··•············ •.............. ·····•··•··•···  $1,995,820 • 36,072 29,445,596  $2,114,857  151 ···•·•········· ........•...... •·•············ ··••·•··•······  1,149,450  1,263,103  270,011  151 ···•·•········· ··········•···· ········•······ ············•·· 055 055  17,992 219,136 • 34, 464, 080  2,000,000  351  6,084 108  152  1,257,404  36,242,596  610 152 152 152  86,145 336,999 228, 346, 227 14,419,741  245,897 11,866,779 1,748,581  152 351 152  1,022  624,731 3,397,961 205, 230, 997  13,982 991,762 923,018  154  1,531  115  152  60,999,438 248,404 981,861  • 90,758  3,486,000 -·-············ ···•···•······· ·······•··•····  01\5 352  574,272 1-·-·_··_·_··_·_··_·_·_··_· 1-·-··:..·_··-·.:.·:..··_·_··_·_·11-·-··_·_-·_·_··_·_··_•_··+··_·_··_·_··_·_·_··_·_··-1---1'_;1_0_;1,_1_00_1------1-  610  Total, Office of the Secretary............................ ...... Research and Marketing Act of 1946........................... .  1,558,189  :m  151 ······•••·•···· ....•...•...... ··•············ ·······•······· ······•········  351  /\, 536,000  2,033,000  9,000,000  13,850,000  107,000  $2,212,000  • 172,220 89,000  2,135,800  515,366,573  67,453,415  4,398,791  19,000,000  5,855,748  15,248,543  18,712,316  2.073,531 • 1,648  2,267,?:77 1,081  2,247,030 500  2,071,883  2. 268,358  2,247,530  659,877 1,516,384 •84,455  591,003 1,832,920 87,989  982,871 1,196,434 14,000  2,091,806  2,511,912  2,193,305  Office of the Solicitor:  Salarlesandexpenses .••......•..•..••..•••..•.•..•..•...... Working fund..............................................  351 2,125,000 2,074,500 137,000 2,235,500 351 ....••.•••...•. ....•....•..•.• ............... ....••.........  1-----1-...:._---1------1-----1---;__-l---'---I--  Total, Office of the Solicitor............................... ••.•••  2,125,000  2,074,500  137,000  2,235,500  Office of Information:  Salaries and expenses_...................................... Printing and binding....................................... Working fund...............................................  351 575,000 580,000 28,250 1,169,000 351 1,607,000 1,800,000 .........•..... ··········-···· 351 .•.••.•....•... ....•.......... ..••.•........•• ......•........  Total, Office of Information......•••.••.••.•...••..•.••.••..••••  1------i-----l------1-------1-------1-----+2,182,000  2,380,000  28,250  1,169,000  Library: Salaries and expenses....................................... 351 660,000 600,000 56, 750 722,400 666,180 659,716 16,513 Working fund.............................................. 351 1-·-·._._ .._._.._._ .._._··+·-·_··_·_·._.._._··-·~··.f·-·_··_·_·._._··_·_··_·_· 1_.._._.._._.._._·•_·_·._. 11_ _ _•_22_;,_240_ l------·ITotal, Library ••.....••••..•.....••••.••••.••.•.••.••.•.••..••.. 676,229 660,000 56,750 722,400 643,940 600,000 351 351 351  Total, Bureau of Agricultural Economics .••......•..••.•......• Office of Foreign AJlricnltural Relations: Salaries and expenses.  351  4,375,400  4,363,900  800000--49-XI   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  285,000  4,762,000  4,061,153 • 19,947 10  4,644,511 43,789  4,761,991 2,500  1-----1------1-----1-----+-----1-----·1----4,375,400  4,363,900  285,000  4,762,000  4,041,216  4,688,300  4; 764,491  503,000  503,000  37,000  526,400  505,:865  552,086  521,600  • Deduct, excess ol repayments and collections over expenditures. otherwise Indicated, the anticipated supplementals In this column are due to pay lncreasee,  1 Unless  729,855  l======l======l=====•l======f,=====l======I==  Bureau of Agricultural Economics:  Salaries and expenses .....•......•..•••. ·-·················· Working fund• ......•.••.•...•...•.....•.•...•••.••..•••••• Working fund, special fund (special account) ••••••••.••••••  723,955 5,900  A62  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Fune• tional code  No.  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  1950 recommends• tion  1948  actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-Continued Extension Service: Payments to States, Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico for cooperative agricultural extension work: Annual appropriation.·-----·-·-·---····--·-·····-···-·· Permanent specific appropriation .... ·-·-····------·--·Salaries and expenses._-•·-···-·-··-·-·--·-·-·----·-·······Working fund.-·-·-•-····-··-·-······-········-·-···-···-··  351 351 351 351  Total, Extension Service........•.. -·-···················· -····· Agricultural Research Administration: Office of Administrator: Salaries and expenses ..•...... ·-············•··········· Working fund ..••..................... -···_ •.•.. _..... . Special research fund ..• ···················-····•··········Research on strategic and critical agricultural materials..... Research on agricultural problems of Alaska_··········-·-·(Anticipated supplemental) .. _•.........................  Office of Experiment Stations: Payments to States, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico agricul• tural experiment stations.......... -.....•.•........... Salaries and expenses_.············•········••··-·······  $25, 966, 950 4,704,710 827,200  28,364,860  31,498,860  $44,000  $25, 966, 950 4,704,710 885,500  $21, 659, 329 4,704,710 786,531 13  $26, 653, 152 4,704,710 859,943  $25, 917, 396 4,704,710 882,316  44,000  31,557,160  27,150,583  32,217,805  31,504,422  521,900 129,346 1,281,450 406,900 196,000 200,000  451,185 33,000 1,233,550 506,540 549,000 100,000  m ~500 -~ •~ ~~ -~ 351 ··············· ············-·· ············-·· ···•·········•· 182,347 351 1,203,000 1,230,000 50,000 1,230,000 1,219,317 055 349, 000 349, 000 12, 700 622, 000 225, 611 351 144,940 • 185,940 ·······•······· 676,000 103,260 351 ·-············· ... ·-··•-······ ~. 000 ········-··•·•· ·-············· 7,161,268 325,700  7,361,268 321,700  26,000  7,406,208 378,250  7,151,453 366,249  7,361,082 343,333  7,406,208 375,550  7,486,968  7,682,968  26,000  7,784,468  7,507,702  7,704,415  7,781.758  351 351  15,658,597  22,225,500  1,300,000  22,754,000  15,144,624 42,636  23,385,262 46,118  22,782,137 48,217  351  5,000,000  6,147,087  261,746  -- --- -------- --  2,463,750 13,000,000 2,301 • l, 829,293  ---------------  351 351  Total, Office of Experiment Stations....•.....•.... -.. --···· Bureau of Animal Industry: Salaries and expenses .. ···················-······-·-··•· Marketing agreements, hog cholera virus and serum .... Control and eradication of foot•and•mouth disease and rinderpest .•........••..•........ _....•...... _. _. _. _.. Eradication of foot-and.mouth and other contagious diseases of animals and poultry··········-·······--··· Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental)_ Fur•resources investigations ... _··•······•··············Meat inspection fund_ ..•.•...•.........................  $22, 832, 950 4,704,710 827,200  351 • 26,500, ooo· (d) ········-······ ·-•-······· •••. 23,235,025 351 ··- ···-········ ·-·-···•····-·· 15,000,000 ..... , ......... ··-············ 351 ·-······-······ ·-············· -·············· ·····-········· 23,835 351 ............... -·············· -···•·········· -·············· ·• 3,686,524  Total, Bureau of Animal Industry·········•·-·-·-··-··-•-··  2,000,000  ----------------- ---------- --  46,158,697  22,225,500  16,300,000  22,754,000  41,006,682  37,329,884  24,830,354  Bureau of Dairy Industry: Salaries and expenses .. _---··-··  351  I, 016,300  1,050,000  70,000  1,093,200  1,016,460  1,109,000  1,089,666  Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineer• ing: Salaries and expenses..• •·•·············-············ Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ....  351 351  8,193,780  • 8,254,470  444,000 100,000  8,596,000  7,867,412  8,633,907 15,000  8,733,000 85,000  361  8,227,600  8,310,000  400,000  8,675,600  7,859,696  8,700,417  8,703,214  351 351  2,470,000  1,750,000 ·-············1,750,000 2,468,394 1,350,000 ··············- ·-·············  2,105,414 850,000  1,762,000 459,000  Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine: Salaries and expenses .... -·-········-···-··············· Control of emergency outbreaks of insects and plant diseases.·-····•················-··•················-·· Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental). Control of incipient and emergency outbreaks of insect pests and plant diseases __ ········-·····•············  3ill  Total, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.•...... Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry: Salaries and expenses-·······-·-•-····················•· 351 Synthetic liquid fuels, Bureau of Mines (transfer) ...... _ 403 Total, Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chem• istry................... _... _. _. _............. _........... . • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Excludes reappropriation of unobligated balances (see table 4).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  G  8,022  10,697,600  10,060,000  1,750,000  10,425,600  10,320,068  11,655,831  10,924,214  5,664,050  li,634, 050  340,000  5,869,500  5,460,477 66,257  6,016,799 81,204  5,873,435 83,901  5,526,734  6,098,003  5,957,336  --------------- --------------- -----------.---- --------------5,664,050  5,634,050  340,000  5,869,500  A63  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1948 actual  Anticipated supplemental  Actual  1950 recommendation  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-Continued Agricultural Research Administration-Continued Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics: Salaries and expenses..............................................  351  Total, Agricultural Research Administration................ .  $800,000  $813,000  $45,000  $853,200  $808,951  $869,273  $856.157  82,195,735  57,891,228  19,461,300  60,217,358  76,268,884  76,150,908  63,130, 760  261,128  31, 714  Tussock moth control. .......................................•..  402  Control of forest pests ........................................•. Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ....... . White pine blister rust control. .•...•......•......•.........  402 843,000 4,540,400 ········-··••·· 5,357,000 435,488 402 ............... ··············· 1,000,000 ··············· ··············· 402 3,750,000 ··············· ··············· ··············3,446,569  402 402 402 402 402 402 402 402 402 402 402 402 402  4,540,400  1,000,000  5,357,000  3,882,057  4,782,429  5,105,911  34,718,891  30,688,675  1,800,000 4,000,000  32,095,000  36,454,350  32,636,877 3,600,000  32,175,384 400,000 8,750,000 9,000,000 808, 739 653,000 75,000 130,000 438,872 1,900,000  Fores I roads and trails ...............................•.......... Emergency rubber project ..................................... . Flood control, general .......................................... . Soil Conseffation Seffice: Salaries and expenses ...................................... . Land utilization and retirement of submarginal land ....... . Emergency relief, Federal construction projects, W. P. A. (transfer) ..........................•...................... Special and technical investigations, International Joint Commission, United States and Canada (transfer) ....... . Water conservation and utilization projects .•............... Working fund ................................•............. Working fund, special fund (special account) ......•........ Payments due counties and refunds, submarginal land pro• gram, Farm Tenant Act (permanent indefinite, special account) ................................................. . Payments to counties from submarginal land program, Farm Tenant Act (permanent indefinite, special account) ...... .  9,000,000 809,500 750,000 136,686 4,000,000 ··········•·•·· ··············• ·······•·····•• -··········•···  9,000,000 ··············· 809,500 ··············· 500,000 ··············· 142,000 ··············· ············•·• ··············· . ·············· ···············  8,933,978 810,493 1,442,000 120,000 3,561,128 100,000 503 349,090 • 4,999  76,444 500  65,000  49,217  55,000  55,000  5,995,000  ---------------  5,995,000  4,576,760  5,995,245  5. 995,000  1,830,704  2,398,000  ---------------  2,398,000  1,966,761  1,921,985  2,421,838  55,871,759  49,688,175  60,752,500  54,323,787  59,521,300  62,878,777  16,300,000  • 22, 550, 000  23,709,885 1,320 7,062,507  1,026,896  10,000,000  15,893,101 5,124 3,798,257  9,272,428  48,679,800 1,327,000  40,786,729 1,362,609  47,817,130 1,317,575  48,543,000 1,305,500  49,218  402  4,576, 760  453  453 055 354  d  354 354  39,048,000 1,600,000  3,000,000  65,000 -  7,800,000  --------------- ---------------  6,000,000 ··•············ 45,048,000 1,125,000  3,601,000 64,000  204 154 354 354 354  98 ·•············· ··············· 323,500 578,000 401,543 5,918 24,700 • 9,600 2,245 • 545  595  354  538  354  215,451  233,200  Total, Soil Conservation Service ...•••..•.....................  40,863,989  46,406,200  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Excludes reappropriation of unobligated balances (see table 4).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  ··············· ··············· 2,000,000 ··············· ... ·········•·· -··············  9,752,000 9,000,000 9,209,293 746, 721 814,500 974,343 401,000 100,000 142,000 37,616 ··············• ·············•• ··············· ····•·········· ········•·····• 159,281 ··- ············ 149,398 ·············•· 47  ----------- ---  402  Total, Forest Service ......................•.•....•.•.........  4,647,067 440,000 18,844  4,593,000  Total, control of forest pests...........................•.•.....•. Forest Seffice: Salaries and expenses.................................•...•. Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) .••• Forest development roads and trails•..•..•...........•...•.. Forest-fire cooperation •.................................••.• Farm and other private forestry cooperation •••.....••.•.•.• Acquisition of lands for national forests .............•.....•. Acquisition of lands, Superior National Forest............. . Acquiaition of lands (receipt limitation) (special account) .. . Emergency reconstruction and repair .•..................... Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ...• Control of tree insect epidemics, national forests .•••........ Working fund ...•..................•...................... Working fund, special fund (special account) ............... . Payments to school funds, Arizona and New Mexico, act June 20, 1910 (receipt limitation) (permanent indefinite). Payments to States and Territories from tbe national forests fund (permanent Indefinite, special account) ......••....•. Roads and trails for States, national forests fund (permanent indefinite, special account) ..........................•...•.  3,719,762 550,000 612,667  3,665,000  233,200  403,045  233,204  233,200  50,240,000  42,944,447  49,718,354  50,665,618  A64  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATJONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPWATION TITLE-Continued APPROPWA TIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Fune• tional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated 11upplemental  1948  recommend a• tlon  actual  1950  1949  estimate  estimate  DEPARTMENT OF AGWCULTURE-Continued Production and Marketing Administration:  Conservation and use of agricultural land resources ........ . 353 $228,000,000 $150,000,000 ············•·· $290,000,000 $211,773,328 Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ... . 353 ··········•··•· ............... $14,000,000 ·····•·•······· ····•·········· Administration of Price Adjustment Act of 1938 •........... 353 ............... ·······•······· ............... ............... • 488 Administrative expenses, Agricultural Adjustment Agency. 353 61 Administrative expenses, conservation and use of agri• 1,497 cultural land resources .........•.......................... 353 Administrative expenses, sec. 392, Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 ..•............................................. 353 6,433,529 Local administration, sec. 388, Agricultural Adjustment 18,268, 788 Act of 1938.........•...................................... 353 Parity payments •.......................................... 353 8,516 • 64 Payments for agricultural adjustments ..................... . 353 Salaries and expenses, Agricultural Adjustment Adminis• 122 tration .•...•.....................................•.•..•... 353 Administr)ltion of the Sugar Act ................•........... 353 55,000,000 65,000,000 60,292,509 72,000,000 ····•······•••· Advances to Agricultural Adjustment Administration (permanent specific) ..................................... . 353 • 6,692 Exportation and domestic consumption of agricultural 50,789,739 commodities (permanent indefinite) ...................... . 353 50,000,000 84,023,930 57,947,728 .............. . National school lunch program: 5,000,000 Annual specific ..•......................•............•.. 203 Transfer from permanent appropriation for "Exporta• 68,312,649 tion and domestic consumption of agricultural com• modi ties" __________________________________ -- -- --- ---- 203 65,000,000 9,464,250 Salaries.and expenses, marketing services........••......... 351 9,165,612 9, 615, 600 570, 000 10, 355, liOO .. .Community facilities, defense public works, Office of Administrator, Federal Works Agency (transfer) ......... . 254 2 Emergency supplies for Territories and possessions.......•.. 610 • 388 ·Quartermaster service, Army (transfer) .................... . 053 6,787 98,451 Salaries and expenses, War Food Administration .......... . 351 Supply and distribution of farm labor...................... . 351 10,146,693 Working fund .....................•.....•...•............... ,351 285,062  ····:~:=:=· ::::::::::::::: ····:~::::· 1  Total, Production and Marketing Administration........ . . . . . .  $187,383, 335 12,000,000 • 689  $214, 620, 000 2,000,000  596 7,319,900  11,300,000  20,371,356  46,400,000  39 •··········•·•• 13,376 70,882,045  64,645,000  86,557,529  54,751,000  74,825,272  74,848,000  10,475,974  10,330,710  120 495  -----·----------- ----- ------ -  584 --- -- ------------------------ ---------------  2,214,823  85,000  17,000 88,932  446, 488, 180  364,563,328  14,570,000  490, 355, 500  435,575,723  472, 129, 755  478, 900, 642  351  530,000  530,000  35,000  558,200  495,335  557,528  559,919  352 352 352  97,000,000 1,750,000 6,000,000  112, 000, 000 1,750,000  1,430,000  115, 002, 000  87,829,427 1,530,944  112,496,479 1,880,000 4,500,000  111,935,615 260,000  Commodity Eschange Authority: Administration, Commodity  Exchange Act................................................. Farmers' Home Administration:  Farmers' Home Administration..............•.•............ Development of water facilities, arid and semiarid areas .... . Loans to farmers, 1948 flood damage ........................ . Construction, water conservation and utility projects (allot• ment to Agriculture, reimbursable) ...................... . Farmers' crop production and harvesting loans ............ . Loans, farm tenancy, advances from Secretary of the Treas· ury ······•····•·•· •·•········· ················ ...... ······ Loans, farm tenancy, collections for repayments to Secre• tary of the Treasury ..................................... . Loans, grants, and rural rehabilitation ..................... . Rural rehabilitation loans, advances from Secretary of the Treasury.......................•.............•......•.... . Rural rehabilitation loans, collections for repayments to Secretary of the Treasury................................ . Salaries and expenses, farm tenancy .............•........... Checking ac(lount (net) .....•............•..................  354 352  39,161 547,013  49,200 3,434  68,665  352  206,862  3,000,000  2,000,000  352 352  1,966,782 2,270,612  10,781  352  15,505  1,000  352 352 352  6,687,334 182,462 • 40, 367, 816  'l'otal, Farmers' Home Administration.................... ...... • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  1, liOO, 000  104,750,000  113, 750, 000  1,430,000  115,002,000  60,907,286  364  845 ·"·············  121, 941, 739  115, 764, 634  A65  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommenda• tion  1948  1949  actual  estimate  1950  estimate  DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-Continued Rural Electrllleatlon Administration:  Salaries and expenses-.-•······-····-··-·-·················· Loans and purchase of property.............••.............. Loans to States, etc. (loan from Secretary of the Treasury) (net) ......................................•............... Checking account (net) ...•.•.•.•.•.................•.....•.  352 352 352 352  Total, Rural Electrification Adntinlstratlon.................... . Sugar Rationing Administration: Salaries and expenses ..••...•.  $5,000,000  (')  5,000,000  $5,675,000  $281,000  $6,063,000  25,763,561 207,225,451  (')  5,675.000  $4,769,039 1,172,396  281,000  6,063,000  $5,859,020 1,000,000  $6,051,330 750,000  275, 750, 000  323, 250, 000  --------------- ---------------  238,930,447  282, 609, 020  330, 051, 330  503  960,000  2,739,641  17,297  --- ------ ----- -  351 351  57,933 124,659  14,904 28,763  48,532  151,660  351  1,007,549  991,772  615,400  2,129,645  1,354,717  649,553  Total, miscellaneous ..•.•.•.•.•.•.•.................•.........  2,059,209  991,772  615,400  2,312,237  1,398,384  698,085  Total .•...•...........•.•.....•...•.•.•.•...•....••••••...•...  815, 358, 132  729, 789, 363  861, 269, 218  1, 496, 065, 068  1, 215, 248, 788  1, 183, 127, 310  352 ·········•·•·•· ··············· .............•. ··•············ • ,200, 147,961 • 3,842,116 353 ... ··•·•···•••· ···········-··· ············•·· ·············•·  I 865, 726, 827  t 537,788,000  Miscellaneous:  Working fund, general.. •.......•...•...............•.•..... Claims and judgments....•.....•.........................•. Payments from proceeds of sales, motor•propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite, special account) .............. .  48,937,300  Government corporations and enterprises:  Commodity Credit Corporation: Checking account (net): Loans and investments_ ..•...................•..... ~ ..• Food subs1 dies ........••.... •·.·· .....................•.. Federal Crop Insurance Corporation: Administration of Federal Crop Insurance Act.......... Subscription to capital stock............................ Checking account (net)................................. Farm Credit Administration: Salaries and expenses .•................................. Agricultural marketing revolving fund ............... _.. Administrative expenses and refunds (special account, indefinite) ..........•.......•...•...•.......•......... Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation: Excess capital stock................................ . Checking account (net) ...•...•.......•.•.•......... Federal intermediate ctedit banks: Checking account (net) ....•.............••......... Revolving fund .................•.....•...•.•....... Production credit corporations: Farm Credit Administration, revolving fund ...... . Checking account {net) ....•............••.......•.. Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation.••••.•...•...  352 352 352  5,000,000 10,000,000  352 352  561,000  500,000  26,500  352  2,496,134  2,260,400  15,600  3,725,000  168,000  4,453,104 10,000,000 • 14, 689, 723  4,469,622  4,024,900  • 10, 167, 214  • 1,928,604  500,000  302,253 451,041  447,931 • 150,150  503,100 • 132,350  2,294,000  2,675,654  2,211,033  2,294,000  26, 210, 184  • 14,912,400  4,054,000  352 352  • 990,000 • 59, 644, 612  352 352  897,744 500,000  736,569  • 50,000  352 352 352  • 11, 015, 000  • 5,400,000 • 129,678,975 780,800  • 4,000,000  • 243,998 • 1224, 600  • f  • 36,700  Anticipated supplemental for 1950 under existing legislation:  Eradication of foot-and.mouth and other contagious diseases of animals and poultry...........•............•.•.•....... Salaries and expenses, Forest Service.•........•..•..•.•.....  351 402  13,000,000  15,000,000 4,000,000  3, 600,ood  Additional approprlalions required by proposed legls)atlon:  Flood control, general.•...•.........••.•••••..•...•.•.•..... International wheat agreement: Administrative expenses, Office of Secretary ..........•. Program expenditures,! Commodity Credit Corporation. Grain storage facilities, Commodity Credit Corporation..•.. Farm housing program ..................................... .  354  833; 415,266  736,274, 763  54,147,400  892,542,218  1,224,546, 764  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). I Excludes payments to miscellaneous receipts for retirement of capital an,d dividends and earnings (see memorandum section at end of this table). • Authorization to expend from public debt receipts: $400,000,000 for 1948, $400,000,000 for 1949, and $350,000,000 for 1950. • Expenditures to be charged to existing authorization to expend from public debt receipts. • Excludes $25,000,000 authorization to borrow from the Treasury.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  4,000,000 200,000 55,500,000 25,000,000 20,000,000  225,000 (') (') • '5,200,000  353 353 352 252  Total, Department of Agriculture. ············-·····-··•· ····-·  500,000  5,000,000  2,018,515,047  1,827,977,256  A66  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Fune• tional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental 1  recommendation  1948  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Office of the Secretary: Salaries and expenses •......•........•.•.•.•.....•.......... Printing and binding ....................•.................. Technical and scientific services....•.•...........•.......... Penalty mail costs .................•.•.........•............ Liquidation of war agencies .............................•.•. Voluntary agreements ...............••••..........••...•... Working capital fund ............•.......................... Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) ............•••...•................•....... International information and educational activities, Department of State (transfer) .............................. . Declassification and technical services...........•........... Emergency fund for the President (allotment) ............. . Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allot• ment) ...•............••.......................•........... Materials distribution and liquidation of Office of Tempo• rary Controls..............•..............•............... Salaries and expenses, production research and develop• ment functions •.•.•.••......••••..••.••••.•.....••...•.•. Traveling expenses .........................•.............. _ Voluntary agreements and export controls ................. . Working fund ................•.........•...•............... Payments from proceeds of sales, motor•propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite, special account) .............. .  610 610 503 610 503 503 610  Total, Bureau of the Census ......•.•......•.••...........  $1,025,000 $30, 000 $1, 119, 000 $1, 409, 452 1,200,000 ··•············ ·······•······· 870, 791 175,000 1,177, M2 200.000 ....•.....•.... 590,000 ··············· ............... 413,942 175, coo 12,000 ··••·•·••••···· •.............. 600,000 20,832  151  655,338  151 503 153  40,514 34,806  610  1,495  503  996,000 ···•··········· ............... ·•·•·•·····••··  409,537  225,000 ··············· ................ ··············  • 530 • 10 190,371  610  503 610 610  205 304 304 304 503  38,968  37,500  4,664,451  3,827,500  100,000 5,700,000 200,000 1,240,000  102,000 5,100,000 2,676,000 725,000 1,800,000  ---------------  762,701  281,981  11,682  4,000.000 ·····•···•·•·•·  10,403,000  M, 781 .•••......•••••  33,451 • 4,457  • 413  27,496  37,500  42,000  1,331,500  5,263,911  5,213,314  2,439,550  10,000 390,000 208,000 27,000 153,000  105,000 5,750,000 70,000,000 870,000  90,631 5,209,460 139,374 1,190,379  114,000 5,809,506 2,212,641 920,368 1,953,000  110.600 5,534,000 36,098,000 833,000  5,000,000  5,000,000  166,000 ··········•··•·  304 304 11,240,000  931 ··············-  39,831  11,954,000  Civil Aeronautics Administration: Salaries and expenses .............•• c.....................•. 4M 72,962,768 82,451,000 4,750,000 Establishment of air•navigation facilities ................... . 454 d 11,149,066 • d 10,099,000 ............... Technical development .................................... . 4M 1,600,000 1,800,000 50,000 Maintenance and operation, Washington National Airport .. 454 ~~500 ~-000 ~000 Construction, Washington National Airport ............... . 4M ··············· 1,835,000 ······•········ Federal•aid airport program, Federal Airport Act .......... . 454 • 3,000,000 ··············· 32,500,000 Claims, Federal Airport Act (anticipated supplemental) ... . 454 ··············· ············•·· 1,750,000 Construction of public airports, Territory of Alaska ...•..... 454 • 3,500,000 ·····•·•·•····· ····•·········· Air navigation development ..•............................. 4M ............... 100,000 ········•······ Airport advisory service ................................... . 4M ··············· ·······•······· ······•········ Civilian pilot training ..•....................•.............. 4M ·······•·•····· ·······•·•·•·•· ··•············ Development of civil landing areas ......................... . 454 Development of landing areas for national defense .......... . 454 Enforcement of safety regulations ...................•....... 455 Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administration (allotment) .................................•............. 610 Genrral administration ........•.........•.....•..•......... 4M M'lintenance and operation of aircraft ....•......•........... 454 Maintenance and operation of air•navigation facilities ..•.... 4M • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes approprhtions to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9). • Excludes reappropriation of unobligated balances (see table 4). 1 Unless otherwise indicated, the anticipated supplementals in this column are due to pay increases.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,300,800 640,000 168,000  37,500  11,000,000  503 351 503  $1,397,362 1,440,445 704,462 95,677 174,318 600,000 • 79,527  5,674  503  Total, Office of the Secretary................................. . Bureau of the Census: Salaries and expenses, Social Security Act .................. . Current census statistics .............................•...... Seventeenth decennial census.............................. . General administration .....•...•.•.•.•.•.......•........... Census of business......................................... . Act of June 19, 1948, Public Law 671 (anticipated sup• pie mental) .....................•...................... Census of agriculture ...................................... . Census of manufactures .....•.....••........••.............. Salaries and expenses ..•..•...••...•...•.......•............ Working fund ...•••••••••••••.•••••.•.•.•.•..••.............  $944,483 1,020,000 790,000 650,000  92.398 1,787,132 835,140 106,971  2, 121, 600 156, 200 47,150 ···••········••  76. 725,000  9. 451,485  18,178,265  47,731,800  97,437,000 • • d23, 650,000 1,800,000  61,650,372 16,524,107 I, 517,949  85,767,307 20,000,000 1,753,080 1,299,226 1,802,907 35,000,000 900,000 2,890,000 75,000 2,031  97,057,879 30,048,875 1, 7.59,203 1,290,209 113,250 50,710,087 850,000 6,100,000 5,955,000  281,159 474,863 99,691  31,686  ~~000 -~ 21,500 236,000 • • 15,000,000 7,756,636 ······-········ ··••··········· • 5,800,000 .............. . • 6,000,000 ··············· ·•············· 23,696 ··············· 3,332 1,103,758 1,011,922 889,234 308 636,689 236,430 4,494,519  28,803 25,695 146,875  A67  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommenda• tion  1948  actual  1950  1949  estimate  estimate  DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE-Continued Civil Aeronautics Administration-Continued  Maintenance, and operation of foreign air•navigation facili• ties (Executive Order 9709) ... _. ___ ·----··--··-·--·-·-·-·Preliminary planning and surveys, Federal Airport Act ....• Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Depart• ment of State (transfer)·-·-···--·---·-··-···-·-·-········· Working fund. ___ .. _____ ............ _.......• ···---···-···· Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special fund (allotment) ...................••.............•.•.•... Working fund, special fund (special account) ....•.•...•.....  454 454  $135,882 898,703  204,727  $10,790  155 454  1,395,842 848,560  2,142,036 • 740,230  2,501,694 107,989  610 454  460,738 1,197  22,938  1,616  Total, Civil Aeronautics Administration....•.. _... _•.... __ .•.• _ $122,814,334  $389  $100, 470, 000  $6,625,000  $151,008, 500  100, 784, 243  152, 176, 497  196, 538, 278  3,400,000 50,000  187,500  3,980,000  2,954,159 28,039  3,576,000 45,604  3,916,652 28,320  Civil Aeronautics Board:  Salaries and expenses ..•..•.••....•.•.•.•..••.•............. Printing and binding .. _...•..............•••...•.•.•....... Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) .••.......•.•.•...•••••.•.•....•.......•.•.  4.55 455  3,000,000 40,000  151  Total, Civil Aeronautics Board .•.•.•...•.•.•••........• --·-·-  116 3,040,000  3,450,000  187,500  3,980,000  2,982,314  3,621,604  3,944,972  3,300,000 5,152,000 1,250,000  3,400,000 5,600,000 1,255,000  205,200 235,300  3,843,000 6,000,000 1,310,000  3,377,183 5, 2i8, 326 1,208,023  3,458,355 5,540,933 1,235,201  3,674,015 5,910,300 1,302,000  293,234 • 344,167 • 3,537  291,389 274,007 2,445  Coast and Geodetic Survey:  Salaries and expenses, departmental. ..•....•...•.•.•.••.••. Salaries and expenses, field .... _......•.•.•••...•.•.. _....... . Pay and allowances, commissioned officers..•.•.•........... Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Depart· ment of State (transfer) ...•.•.•.........•.•...•........... Working fund .......•.•...•...•....•...•..... _..........•••. Working fund, special fund (special account) ...•..•........  456 456 456  155 456 456  Total, Coast and Geodetic Survey ...••.•••.•............. --···-  335,317  ----------------  - ---- -- -----  9,702,000  10,255,000  440,500  11,153,000  9,809,062  10,802,330  11,221,632  4,943,537 2,165,000 675,000  4,764,500 2,115,000 4,000,000  12/i, 000 70,000  4,910,000 2,106,000  5,248,715 2,432,127 654,756 4,148 • 85,631  4,612,803 2,166,000 2,550,320  4,680,000 2,108,000 40,000  7,783,537  10,879,500  195,000  7,016,000  8,254,115  9,479,123  6,828,000  8,000,000 1,450,000  8,285,000 1,500,000  615.000  10,925,000  7,725,819 928,194 20,026  8,815,608 1,238,258 3,079  10,294,620 454,200  ---------------  9,450,0CO  9,785,000  615,000  10,925,000  8,674,039  10,056,945  10,748,820  1,450,000 6,000,000  1,350,000 4,120,000 3,000,000  25,000 218,000 50,000  1,510,000 4,400,000 3,250,000  1,441,503 5,026,160  1,359.092 4,562,270 2,632,092  1,447,000 4,409,800 3,251,187  Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce:  Salaries and expenses ...•...•.•..•....•.........•.•..•..... _ Field office service ..•.•...•.•....••.•.•.•.•••....•...•...... Export control. •••.............. _.......•.•.•.•.••••........ Salaries and expenses, Veterans Administration (transfer) ... Working fund._ ...•.................•.•••••.•.••••.•••....  503 503 503 104 503  Total, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce ...•.........  ---- ---- ------- ~----- -- --- ---150,000 - -- - ------- --- -  Patent Office:  Salaries and expenses ...••••.•.••••...•..................... Printing and binding ••.•.•...........•.•.. _...••.......•.•. Working fund ..•••.•.•.....••...•....•.•.•.•..••••.•.•.....  503 503  503  Total, Patent Office ..•.•.••......•.•.•.•••••••••••.•..••.....•• National Burean of Standards:  Operation and administration..........•.•.....••....•.•... Research and testing ....•........•....•.•......•.•......... _ Radio propagation and standards.....•.•......•.•.....•.... Construction of wind tunnel. .••....•.•.•.•...............•. Electrical building and equipment....•.•.............•..... Improvement of facilities_ ..................•..•....•.•.•... Materials testing laboratory and equipment. ........•..•... Purchase and installation of betatron .••.................... Research and development. ...•....•••.•...••••.•..•.•..... Standards for commerce .. -··•···'. ....•....•.•......•.••.... Testing, inspection, and information service'. ...... _....•.•• Miscellaneous researches, transferred funds: Air Corps, Army_ ...•....•.•.•.............•.•......•.• Atomic service, War Department....•.•...•..•...•.•••• Aviation, Navy .....•................•.................. Distinctive paper for United States currency, Treasury Department. ..•.•.•.•..•.•.••........•.•.•.•..•.••..•  304 304 304 304 304  304 610 304 304  304 304 052  406 054  604  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  ---------------  415,000 ·•····-··-····· --····-········ ·-·············  --------------187 3,.130 261,874 2,099 292,333 353,589 18,126 313,632  ------- -- ------ ----------------------------- ---------- -•--95,345 4,210 304,929 145,449 577 56, 798·  19,417 1,139 65,000  ---·-----------  --------------  ---------------  36 ····•·········· ....••••••••••• 7, 178 .••••••....••.• 78,922 197,568 81,860 ···•··•·••···•· 270  A68  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Fune• tlonal code No.  1949  1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommenda• tion  1948  1949  estimate  actual  19.'iO  estimate  DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE-Continued  National Bureau of Standards-Continued Miscellaneons researches, transferred funds-Continued Distinctive paper for United States securities, Treasury Department .••.•.•.••.••.•.•.•..........•..•.•.•••••. 604 Engineer service, Army....•......•.•..••••••••••••.•.•• 053 Expediting production of equipment and supplies for national defense.................•.....•.•.•..••.•.•.•• 053 Maintenance, Bureau of Ships, Navy.................. . OM Operating expenses, National Cancer Institute, Public He~lth Service..•...............•.•.•••••.•.•.•••...•• 206 Ordnance and ordnance stores, Navy •••.•..........•... OM Ordnance service and supplies, Army..........•..•.•.•. 053 Quartermaster service, Army .......•....•.•....•.•..... 063 Salaries and expenses, Bureau of Engraving and Print• Ing, Treasury Department.••...•••••••••••••.•••.•.•. 604 Salaries and expenses, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics .•••.......•.....•.••.......•••.••.•.•. 454 Salaries and expenses, Bureau of the Census .••.•.•.•... 304 Technical and scientific services, Office of Secretary of Commerce...•.....•...•...•.•....•.•...........•.•.•. 503 Working fund •.••.....••.•••.•.••••....•.•••..•........•... 304 Total, National Bureau of Standards •.••.•.....•..........•....  $39 12,986  280 7,034 9 ••·•••••••••••• •••••••••••••••  25,103 426,247 4,187  $2,015 21,935 3,685  10,080  2,734  13,493 29,265  16,363 173,034 1,271  39,666 • 3,098,776  ---------------  ------------ ---  • $1, 283, 745  $7,865,000  $8,470,000  $293,000  $9, 160, 000  5,459,042  9,470,837  7,009,798  21,327,000  22,250,000  1,500,000  24,112,000  21,071,672 207,483  23,088,052 4,865  -------------- -  Weather Bureau:  Salaries and expenses .......•..........•....•.•.•.••........ Maintenance and operation of foreign meteorological facilities. Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Depart• ment of State (transfer) •....•.••...•.....•..•.•.••..••.••. Working fund ...••..•..•.....•.•.•.•••••.•••••••....•.•..•. .Working fund, special fund (speclsl account) ............... .  610  610  553,816 142,865 21,822  155 610 610  Total, Weather Bureau..•....•.•.•.•.•••••.•.•.•....•..........  21,327,000  22,250,000  1,500,000  24,112,000  21, 997, 658  23,785,899  939,112 1,040,300 206,744 41,266 ")17 - ---------- -- -24,238.156  24,867,464  Office oflnternatlonal Trade:  Salaries and expenses, foreign economic functions .•...•...•. Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allot• melit to foreign economiefunctions) ••..•••..........•.....  503  4,750  503  •347  Total, Office of International Trade..••••••.•••••••••••....•...•...........•.•••.•.•••..•.....•••••.•...........••......•. Miscellaneou: Claims and Judgments ...•.............•...•.•.  610  Total..................................................... ... ...  485,533 198,371,855  179, 790, 000  21,852,000  295, 411, 000  4,403  194,976  584,008  172,875, 248  243, 821, 079  312, 230, 314  2,000,000  1,000,000  Government eorporations and enterpr"'""' Inland Waterways  Corporation: Subscription to capital stock •••••••.•..••••••...  451 ··•············  1,000,000  2,000,000  Anticipated sopplemenlal for 1950 under esistlng Iegkllatlon:  Civil Aeronautics Administration: Claims, Federal Airport Act•.•.••••••••.••.••..•..•••••..•.•.••••.•.••.••••.•..•..•...  4M  3,000,000  1,500,000  253  15,000,000  6,000,000  Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:  Bureau of the Census: Census of housing................... Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce: Export con• troL ..• .. ...•...........•.• .. . . •.•. .. ... •• • • .• . • • • • • •• •• • . National Bureau of Standards: Radio propagation building. Government corporations and enterprises: Inland Water• ways Corporation: Subscription to capital stoek..........  503 304 451  Total, Department of Commeree.. •.••••.•••.•.•.....•. ....•. • Deduot, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  1,800,000  1,420,000  5,000,000 250,000 2,000,000  198,371,855  181, 790, 000  23,452,000  321, 661, 000  4,676,000 225,000 2,000,000  172, 875, 248  247,241,079  327,631,314  A69  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal yei,,rs 1948, 1949, and 1950] APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949  1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticlpated supplemental 1  recommendation  1948  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Office or the Secretary:  Salaries, Office of Secretary of the Interior __________________ _ Salaries, Office of Solicitor---------------------------------Salaries and expenses, Division of Territories and Island Possessions ______________________________________________ _ Salaries and expenses, Oil and Gas Division ________________ _ Salaries and expenses, Board on Geographic Names ________ _ Soil and moisture conservation operations__________________ _ Contingent expenses, Department of the Interior____________ _ Salaries and expenses, southeastern power marketing _______ _ Construction, operation, and maintenance, power transmission facilities _____________________________________________ _ Expenses, southwestern power transmission facilities _______ _ Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ___ _ Columbia Basin flood repair _______________________________ _ Control of forest pests, Department of Agriculture (white pine blister rust) (transfer) _______________________________ _ Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer) __ ----------------------------- ___________ _ Cultural relations with China and the neighboring countries and countries of the Near East and Africa, Department of State (transfer) ____ ------------- _______________ ------ __ _ Emergency fund for the President (allotment) _____________ _ Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) ____________________________________________________ _  610 610  $1,103,000 215,460  $1,115,842 250,000  $86,000 16,600  $1,350,000 284,000  $1,100,459 217,413  $1,195,712 262,021  $1,325,400 283,900  610 403 610 401 610 401  140,000 300,000 12,956 1,900,000 237,430  160,000 325,000 13,266 2,800,000 215,000  10,500  217,500 400,000 14,200 2,800,000 240,000 85,000  139,395 246,542 13,888 1,756,343 298,202  167,465 342,948 13,104 2,729,816 273,232  214,200 300,000 14,100 2,750,000 295,400 80,000  ------------------------------- - --------------------------------------- --------------- ---------------  401 --------------- --------------- --------------• 4,000,000 --------------- --------------3,500,000 401 --------------260,000 14,000 --------------- --------------274,000 --------------401 --------------- --------------117,000 --------------- --------------105,000 12,000 401 2,000,000 --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------402  622,888  565,009  600,000  151  254,324  269,059  86,000  151 154  441 6,538  500  610  • 134,157  2,499  4,142  24,685  7,048  51,952  Emergency fund, Territories and Island possessions (national defense) __________________________________________________ _ 610 Forest Pest Control Act, Department of Agriculture (allotment) ____________________________________________________ _ 402 International information and educational activities, Department of State (transfer) ______________________________ _ National industrial recovery, Public Works Administration (allotment) ______________________________________________ _ Penalty mall costs _________ ·- ______________________________ _ War arency liquidation ____________________________________ _  --------------- ---------------  7,640  151  204 610 610 610 610  Working fund ____ -----------------------------------------Working fund, United States Board on Geographical Names_ Continuing fund, power transmission facilities (permanent · indefinite ·special account) _______________________________ _ 401 Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite, special account) ______________ _ 610 Total, Office of the Secretary _________________________________ _  171,500 --------------- --------------- --------------235,000 --------------- --------------- ---------------  200,000 660,034  457,000  6,975,380  5,596,108  12,000  12,000  173,420 202,625 17,404 63,747  --------------- --------------535,196  475,000  244,100  10,079,100  5,398,781  6,966,805  10,193,000  645  12,800  12, 161  12,649  12,745  22,440,006 4,000,000 64,000  33,500,000 2,509,000  Bonnevllle Power Administration: Construction, operation, and maintenance, Bonneville power transmission system _______________________________ _ Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ___ _ Columbia basin flood repair (transfer) _____________________ _ Continuing fund for emergency expenses, Bonneville project, Oregon (permanent indefinite, special account) __________ _  401 '10,446,100 • •21,125,700 --------------- • '33,000,000 15,510,623 401 --------------- --------------6,509,000 --------------- --------------401  Total, Bonneville Power Administration ____________________ _ United States Hlgh Commissioner to Philippine Islands: Liquidation _____________ • ___ • ________ • _______ • ___ •• -___ • ___ • __ Solid Fuels Administration for War: Salaries and expenses _____ _  457,500  10,588,290  21,583,200  610 603  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorl7.atlons (see table 9). , Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9). 1 Unless otherwise indicated, the anticipated supplementals In this column are due to pay increases.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  150,000  408,119  610  142,190  17,000  488,400  Commission of Fine Aris: Expenses____________________________  401  10,000 56,391 16,234 26, e15 36,827  6,509,000  33,000,000  142,190  457,500  15,652,813  26,961,536  15,465 125,300  36,009,000  A70  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1948 actual  Anticipated supplemental  Actual  1950 recommendation  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR-Continued War Relocation Authority: Salaries and expenses ___ ----------·······-·--·--·---·----·-· Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment)_ •••• -·-··--·-··· -·· -··-·- -· -· •· ···· -· ·· -· -·····- --· •  610  • $71,182  610  • 463,094  Total, War Relocation AuthoritY-··-·--····-··-·--··-·-·· ·--·-- -·-···-·-···-·- ··-·------··--- --·-··-·-·-·--· ·-··--·-······· Southwestern Power Administration: Salaries and expenses .. -·--·--··-•··•·····-··--·-···-····-·Operation and maiutenance .. •········-··-···-······-··-·-·Construction .....••.•.... -· -···-·· -·. -· -· ····-·····-·. ··-·.  401 401 401  Total, Southwestern Power Administration--··-··---·-··- -•··-· Buresu or Lsnd Management: Salaries and-expenses __ ·--··- ___ ·-·---·-··--· .. --····- .•..• _ Management, protection, and disposal of public lands ..... . Fire fighting ....... -· __ -·-·-··-_._._ .. __ .-· .. -· ____ -·-···--. Additional requirements (anticipated supplementals) .. _ Range improvements on public lands (receipt limitation). __ Revested Oregon and California Railroad and reconveyed Coos Bay Wagon Road grant lands, Oregon (reimbursable). Payments to States of 5 percent of proceeds from sales of public lands and materials (receipt limitation).·--·-·---······ Payment to Oklahoma from royalties, oil and gas, south half of Red River (receipt limitation)············-···-·•···-··Leasing of grazing lands (receipt limitation) ............ ·-··· Payments to States from grazing fees, Indian ceded lands (indefinite) .... ·-·--··-· __ .... -·-·_-· .. -·---_ ... -·-·-··-._ Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administration (allotment).·--- .. ____ --··· ___ -·- .. _____ ·- .. ______ ----·--. Working fund._ •. -· ..... __ ··-·--···. __ .. -·-··-·-· .. -· __ .... Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special fund (allotment) (special account) .•. -----------···•······ Working fund, special fund (special account)·----··-··--···· Deficiency payments to counties, Oregon and California grant lands, 15 percent fund (permanent indefinite, special account).-·--·-· ____ ... --· ........ -·-·-· .... ---·-·_ Excess payments, Coos Bay Wagon Road grant lands (permanent indefinite, special account) .. _-·----··-·--··----·· Excess payments, Oregon and California grant lands (per• manent indefinite, special account>-·····-··-····-·····--· Payments to Coos and Douglas Counties, Oregon, in lieu of taxes on Coos Bay Wagon Road grant lands (permanent indefinite, special account)-·-··-·-···-·---·-·--·--··---··• Payments to counties, Oregon and California grant lands (permanent indefinite, special account) .. ·-··-·--··--····· Payments to counties in lieu of taxes on Oregon and California grant l:tands, 25 'percent fund (permanent indefinite, special acc'ount).--.'.··-·--··--·----·--·----·-·-·-··-··--·· Payments to States and Alaska, receipts from mineral leas• ing, public lands (permanent indefinite, special account) .. Payments to States from grazing receipts, etc., public lands (permanent indefinite, special account>---·-·-···•-·-··-·Payments to States from potash deposits, royalties and rentals, act Feb. 7, 1927, secs. 5 and 6 (permanent indefinite, special account) ... ----··-·--·---·-·----·--··-··-···· Payments to States from receipts under Grazing Act, June 28, 1934, Indian ceded lands (permanent indefinite, special account) ... __ --·-···-· __ ·---··--·--·-··-- •. ·----·--· .. Payments to Territory of Alaska, income and proceeds, Alaska school lands (permanent indefinite, special ac• countl---·-·-··-·--·--·-·----------···-··-------·-·--··-·-  $15,883 3,767,499  $1,000,000  2,361, 747  3,783,382  1,000,000  $76, 500 $1,000, 000 1, 210, 576 $1,000,000 195, 000 3, 792, 500 2, 243, 902 3,000,000 50,000 ···-··-·····--·50,000 130,130 40,000 -·--·-····-···· ·-··--·-·--·--350,000 ··-··----·----358,000 251,617  1,070,911 3,191,475 51,367 35,000 367,274  999,300 3,727,500 50,000 5,000 358,000  430,150  568,211  771,200  (d)  125,000  401 401 402 402 401  1,175,000 2,384,640 135,000  402  469,300  500,000  401  2,500  7,500  5,000  403 401  2 3,500  4,000 6,000  4,000 6,000  100  100  7,500  401  21,500  • 817,000  6 ····-·--··-·-·- ·-··--------·-·  5,267  4,457 5,772  13,614 32,700  12,771  610 401  127,212 11,027  11,276 9,330  402  750,000  750,000  402  1,000  1,000  402  5,000  5,000  4,000 5,000  100  610 401  1,000  1,000  936  7,022  6,000  402  5,651  19,000  19,000  5,651  16,000  19,000  402  2,210,590  2,500,000  2,500,000  1,442,121  2,210,601  2,500,000  402  1.105, 295  403  7,211,104  9,600,000  9,600,000  5,683,800  9,543,689  9,600,000  401  334,824  235,000  235,000  517,114  252,114  235,000  403  401  301  Total, Bureau of Land Management.·-·-·---··-·--·--·· ·-··-· • Deduct, excess of repayment!! and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Excludes reappropriation of unobligated balances (see table 4).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  280 120,079 2,241,388  $125,000  253,000  • 534,276  45,607 ·-····-·--·-··- -----·-------·· ·····--··--··-  146 ---·----------· ----·--·----··- --·--·-···---·· 26  500  15,343,683  18,028,100 t  316,195 ·---·--·--·--·- -·--··-··--·--83  500 333,000  19,143,100  12,422, 191  Excludes $379 appropriated in 1948 for fiscal year 1947.  63 ·--------··--·27  500  17,358,360  18,281,600  A71  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommenda• tion  1948  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR-Continued Bureau of Indian Aft'alrs: Salaries and expenses •••......................•..•.•.•...... Salaries and expenses, district offices, Billings, Mont., and Portland, Oreg................••....•.......•.........•... Salaries and expenses, field administration...........•..•... Maintaining law and order among Indians ........•..•...... Alaska native service ...•..........•............•.•......•.. Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ... . Navajo and Hopi construction and maintenance services ... . Navajo and Hopi agency services ........•.................. Deficit in boarding school costs (anticipated supple• mental) ......................................•........ Emergency work program, Navajo and Hopi Indians...... . Purchase and transportation of Indian supplies ............ . Maintenance of buildings and utilities ..................... . Education of Indians ...................................... . Conservation of health ..................................... . Welfare of Indians ......................................... . Management, Indian forest and range resources ............ . Suppressing forest and range fires .......................... . Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) .. . Agriculture and stock raising .............................. . Revolving fund for loans to Indians........................ . Acquisition of lands for Indian tribes ...................... . Development of Indian arts and crafts ..................... . Irrigation............•..•................................... Delinquent assessments (anticipated supplemental) .... . Construction, irrigation systems (reimbursable) ............ . Payment to Flathead Indians (anticipated supple• mental).............................. . .............. . Construction, buildings and utilities....................... . Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ... . Roads .•••..................................•......•....... Fulfilling treaties with Senecas of New York ............... . Fulfilling treaties with Six Nations of New York ........... . Fulfilling treaties with Choctaws, Oklahoma............... . Fulfilling treaties with Indians formerly at Lemhi Agency, Idaho ........................•.............•........... -.. Fulfilling treaties with Pawnees, Oklahoma..•.......•...... Payment to Indians of Sioux reservations ..............•.... Payment of interest on Indian trust funds .•........•....... Administration of Indian property............•............. Claims of individual Sioux Indians .................•....... Columbia Basin flood repair, Department of the Interior (transfer) ......................•.......................... Construction, extension, equipment, and improvement of public school facilities .................................... . Education of natives of Alaska ............................. . Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allot· ment) ...•................................................. Employees quarters, Flathead Indian Reservation, Mont ... Expenses of distribution, payment to Sioux Indians for prop• erty losses, act of May 3, 1928 .......••.......•..•...•..... Expenses of fulfilling Atoka Agreement •.................... Fulfilling treaties with Shoshones and Arapahoes in Wyoming .............••••............................•........ Highway, Gallup•Shiprock, Navajo Reservation, N. Mex., repairs and maintenance (reimbursable) .....•............ Indian boarding schools (nonreservation) .................. . Indian school buildings .................................... . Indian schools, Five Civilized Tribes ..•..................•. Indian schools support...........•..•....................... Industry among Indians......•..•..................•..•.... Indian Service supply fund ...•...............•..•..........  610  $750,000  $740,000  $50,500  $1,129,000  $738,333  $797,500  $1,092,000  610 610 207 610 610 610 610  500,000 2,001,000  200,000 2,400,000 125,000 • • 4,118,962  10,725 202,800 16,000 282,000 700,000  ---------------  550,871 2,100,019 366 3,859,377  235,000 2,590,000 128,000 4,270,000 300,000 800,000 4,115,000  16,477 3, Z72,800 160,000 5,747,000 350,000 2,900,000 5,361,000  610 204 610 610 302 206  204  --------------• , 3, 676, 000  ----------- ---- ----------------------------- --------------907,900 --------------3,447,300 ----------------------------4,334,115 341,000 5,511,700 ----------------------------690,000 1,000,000 ............... ···•··········· ··············· • 660,000 700,000 6,900 ···············  4,966 1,033,526  m488  •ooo  ~~  ~~B  ~ooo ~~ooo  •ooo  ~•ooo ~•ooo  ~m~  7,302,300  6,714,500  494,800  7,731,000  7,142, 118  ~~ru  ~ru ~ooo  ~~  ~ooo ~mooo  ~•m  402 ~500 ~800 ~~ 402 37,000 12,000 ····•·········· 12,000 42,377 402 ............... ··············· 50,000 ············-·· ···•··········· 351 •ooo ~• ~® •ooo -~ 2, ~.ooo 1,758,131 352 ............... ............... ............... 610 150,000 151,918 150,000 150,000 ·····-········· 503 ¾800 ~ooo ~~ ~ooo ~m 401 -000 -B ~000 ~000 -~ 401 .•....•........ ··············· 4,685 .•............. ·············-· 401 1,137,500 3,411,000 ··············· 4,176,000 1,248,254  600,000 995,034 736,600 775,000 10,951,000 7,265,000 560,000 976,000 16,181 50,000 828,000 290,598 275,000 38,500 446,000 4,685 3,500, 126  90,000  ---------------  90,300 945,650 11,985,000 7,750,800 585,400 1,090,800 12,000  ---------------  911,100 2.~.000 253,609 36,090 451,000  --------------4,000,000  330,000 200,000 401 ............... •·············· 549,665 ... ········•··· ·····•········· 5,200,000 4,300,000 610 2,626,000 • 3,154,500 •·············· • •4, 596,000 981,493 48,000 100,000 610 .•............. ····•·········· 148,000 ··············· ·••············ 2,924,000 3,500,000 453 3,000,000 2,500,000 ······•········ 2,750,000 3,063,838 7,647 6,000 610 6,000 6,020 6,000 6,000 ·············•· 6,824 4,500 610 4,500 4,500 ··········•···· 4,500 4,500 10,520 10,520 ······•········ 10,520 ............... ····•·······•·· ···••··•······· 610 610 610 610  610 610  30,000 150,000 1,722,000  30,000 ....•.......... 150,000 ··············· 1,195,000 ····•··········  30,000 125,000 1,140,000  30,000 94,031 1,328,374 9,877  409 31,258 159,482 1,067,000  30,000 125,000 1,167,000  610  897  401  525,000  90,000  121,500 116,459  64,000  302 302  158,043  251  3,914 7,543  610  610  1,430 1,488  610  195  610  453 302 302 302 302 353 610  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures, • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see tBble 9). a Excludes $400,000 appropriated in 1948 for fiscal year 1947.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  3,355,000 164,500 • • 5,925,000  20,000 ··········•···· ···•··•··•·•••· ·······-····•··  20,304 14,956 10,763 42 23,154 2,792 • 211,148  111 12,446  189 ·•··•·•••·•··••  179,625 ••••·•··•··••·•  A72  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Fune• tional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948 actual  Anticipated supplemental  Actual  recommendation  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950  estimate  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR-Continued Bureau oflndlan Affairs-Continued Medical relief of natives of Alaska •..........•............•.. Payment to Milton A. Johnson ..•..•....•.••..•.•.•.•.•.••. Payment to Shawnee and affiliated Delaware Indians, Okla• homa, act of Dec. 22, 1927.....•..........••.....••..•.•.•. Payment to Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Indians for ponies .......••••..•...............•..•...••.•••.•...•. Payment to Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations of Indians, Oklahoma (anticipated supplemental) ...•...•...•.•....•. Payments to Sioux Indians for property losses, act of May 3, 1928..•.•...•.....•••.•...•••.••..•...••••......•••••.•.••. Redemption of restricted Indian property subject to taxa• tion ...••.......•••...•...•.•.•..•....•.•....•..•.•.••..•.. Reindeer service, Alaska .••.••..•.•.....•....•..•....••••••. Settlement of claims to water rights, Gila River, Ariz., (re• lmbursable) .............•...•..••.••...•..•...•.•.....•.•. Support and rehabilitation of needy Indians ••..••..•..••.•. Suppressing contagious diseases among livestock of Indians. Working fund, Interior, Indians •...................•.....•. Power revenues, Indian irrigation projects, holding account (annual indefinite, speclal account) .••...........•..•.•... Acquisition of lands and loans to Indians in Oklahoma, act of June 26, 1936 (permanent indefinite, special account) .. Indian arts and crafts fund (permanent indefinite, special account) ....................................•.........•.•. Operation and maintenance, etc., power systems, Indian irrigation projects (annual indefinite, special account) ...•.  • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $9,984 .......•....••.  610  1,936 •.••••••.••••••  610  560 .............•....•...•...••..  610  $8,550,000 ·-··•·········· ······•····-···  4,500  $1,500,000  610  4,194 ··············· .•••.••....••••  610 351  7,370  401 204 351 610  114,400 2,273 2,686 4, 125  401  $1,610,727  $1,215,000  $1,425,000  610  324  300  300  603  143  50 ······-•·······  500 11,348  600  74 ·•··········•·· 2 •••••••••••••••  9,040 ·······•··•·•••  50 •··········---·· ··············· •.••••.•.•••.•• 740,038  1,100,000  1,250,000  40,1179, 117  62,957,455  62,292,026  401 • 25, 676, 750 • 34, 132, 439 450, 000 44, 469, 500 42, 862, 539 401 ·-·······•····· ....•.......... 2,385,000 ·······•-··•··· ····•·········401 ··············· 150,000 ...•.........•. 250,000 ·-·······•····· 401 ·•···•·····•··· . ·····-· ...... ···········•··· ·······•···•··· 18,153  48,800,000 2,145,000 138,000 959  37,910,000 240,000 212,000  401 1,400,000 2,470,000 ··············· 5,000,000 2,310,879 401 12,500,000 22,125,000 ···•·•········· 38,739,000 11,138,553 401 ............... ·············•· 4,000,000 ·········•····· ········•······  2,401,500 21,700,000 3, 600, 000  3,800,000 33,350,000  280,000  196,000  6,736,000  5,600,000  2,200,432  5,950,000  401  Total, Bureau of Indian Affairs •..••......•...•.•. _..•........  Bureau of Reclamation: Reclamation fund, special fund ..•........................•. Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) .... Investigations, water power resources or Alaska ..••.•...•... General Investigations (reimbursable) .....•.....•.........•. General fund, construction: Gila project, Arizona (reimbursable) ..•.•.......•.•....• Davis Dam project, Arizona-Nevada (reimbursable) .... Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental). Parker Dam power project, Arizona.California (reimbursable) .•.......... -.......••.•.•..••.......•.....•. Advances to Colorado River dam fund, All-American Canal..•............... -••····················· ••••.•. Advances to Colorado River dam fund, Boulder Canyon project....•...........•.........................•..... Continuation of Central Valley project, California (reimbursable) .......•.•••..•...••••.•.••................ Kern River project, California (reimbursable) ....•..••.. Colorado•Big Thompson project, Colorado (reimbursable) ...•.........••..•....•........................... Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) .•...••••....•.......•.................•.•.•... Preston Bench project, Idaho (reimbursable) .•......•.. Fort Peck project, Montana (reimbursable) ............ . Hungry Horse project, Montana (reimbursable) ..•••.•. Columbia Basin project, Washington (reimbursable) .•.• Additional requirements (anticipated supplemen• tal) .•••••••••..••...•.•..••.•••...•.•.•.•.....•... Colorado River front work and levee system...•...•.... Missouri River Basin (reimbursable) .................•. Additional requirements (anticipated supplemen• tal). •··•······•······• •. ····•········ ··•·•· .••.. •· Water conservation and utility projects, act August 11, 1939, as amended (reimbursable) ........•.•.•...•...•. Kings River project, California (reimbursable) ......... .  $24,871 2,119  206  610  41,417,724  401  45,525,664  12,963,615  60,426,870  212,000  138,000  --------------400,000  401  3,245,000  4,000,000  6,000,000  401  435,000  2,300,000  7,500,000  401 401  21,546,288  41,358,900 42,500  63,000,000  33,860,897 4,124  44,300,000 6,000  55,600,000 2/i,500  401  16,650,000  20,225,000  21,500,000  14,836,153  20,250,000  20,000,000  1,500,000 2,500,000 31,084,000  453,000 990,000 14,611,650 45,312,000  1,900,000 300,000 2,600,000 12, 508, 500 44,460,000  100,000 105,000 2,575,000 21,000,000 64,000,000  3,176,000 1,200,000 52,000,000  795,000 900,000 81,000,000  4,800,000  300,000  2,600,000 29,824  515,000 41i, 600  401 401 401 401 401  3,274,708  2,000,000 -··········•··· ······•········ 3,000,000 24, 000, 000 69,500,000  418,390 2,549,943 30,268,163  401 ··············· ··•············ 3,970,000 ·············•· ····•···•······ 401 1,000,000 1,050,000 ···········-··· 970,000 940,980 401 87,150,000 24,966,744 23,400,000 64,786,650 ····-·········· 401 354 401  5,100,000 .  100,000 ·····•··••·•••· ··•·•••·•··•••• ··•·•··········  1,198,335 82,607  A73  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPIUATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  AnUcipated supplemental  recommendation  1948  1949  actual  estimate  1950  estimate  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR-Continued Bureau of Reelamatlon-Contlnued  General fund, construction-Continued Pine River reclamation project, Colorado .............•. San Luis Valley project, Colorado (reimbursable) ...... . Boise project, Idaho, Anderson Ranch (reimbursable) •. Fort Sumner irrigation district, New Mexico (reimbursable) ....•..................•..•...•.....•.........•.•. Tucumcari project, New Mexico (reimbursable) ..•.•.•. W. C. Austin project, Oklahoma (reimbursable) ....•... Colorado River project, Texas (reimbursable) .........•. Valley gravity canal and storage project, Texas.......•.•. Provo River project, Utah (reimbursable) ......•.•..... Yakima project, Washington, Roza division (reimbursable) ......•.•.....•....••.•...•.•.•.•.•.•...•......... Administrative expenses, general fund, construction (reimbursable) .......••.....•.....•...•.........•..... Columbia Basin flood repair (transfer) ....•.•.•...•.•... Community facilities, defense public works, Office of Administrator, Federal Works Agency (transfer) ..•.•. Construction, water conservation and utility projects (reimbursable) ..•.•.•.....•.............•.•.•.•.•.•... Construction, water conservation and utility projects (reimbursable) (allotment) .......•.....•.•.•.......... Flood control, general, Army (transfer) ..........•.•.•.. Working fund ............•.......•...•...•.•.•.•.•...•. Colorado River dam fund, Boulder Canyon project: Operation, maintenance, and replacements, Boulder Canyon project (annual specific, special account) ...•.•. Payments to States of Arizona and Nevada (permanent specific, special account) .•.•.•.•.•.•.....•...•.•.•.•.. Repayment of advances from the Treasury, with interest (permanent indefinite, special account) ..•...•...•.•.. Colorado River dam fund, All-American Canal: Repayment of advances from the Treasury (permanent indefinite, special account) ...... __ .............•.•.•...•...........•. Colorado River development fund, expenditure account (annual specific, special account) ...•.•...............•.••. Fort Peck project, Montana: Continuing fund for emergency expenses, Fort Peck project, Montana (permanent indefinite, special account) ..................•...•......... Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special fund (transfer) (special account) ....•.....•...•.•.........  $647  401 401 401  140,533 77, Z71  401 401 401 401 401 401  $3,334 ·············•· 4,866 .........•...•.  $60,000 ·······--·-···· .........•..... ········-··•··- ·-·-·········-· ··············- ···········-- •. 24,135 139,670 28,358 59,610 19,198 44,437 $1,980 219,656 710,116 254,253 19,455 53  401  27,088  401 401  • 2,797  254  24,514  3M  • 6,692  3M 401 401  36,072 36,145 13,854  170  541,450  384  13,037 ..............• 31,460 ··········-·-··  $1,612,000  2,629,519  1,413,000  1,402,000  ---------------  600,000  600,000  600,000  600,000  5,000,000  ---------------  5,000,000  12,000,235  12,425,000  12,500,000  180,000  350,000  ---------------  300,000  (1)  (1)  401  500,000  900,000  ---------------  500,000  908,759  900,000  525,000  401  ZT, 700  312,955  ---------------  365,000  265,400  308,979  362,955  146,325  60,000  401  1,588,000  $1,500,000  401  600,000  600,000  401  4,500,000  401  $50,0(1()  60,000  610  Total, Bureau of Reclamation ....•.................•.•...•.•.  (1)  148,492,738  262, 882, 094  17,965,000  379, 693, 500  176, 153, 466  284, 723, 295  340, 680, 050  10,576,340  13,027,000  726,750  17,900,000  10,174,367 520,581 88,699  13,721,612 22,788 M,049  16,926,067  41,000  20,500  Geological Survey:  Geological Survey •..•........................•.•.•.•.•.•.•. Air Corps, Army (transfer) .....•...•.............•.•.•..... Atomic Service, War Department (transfer) ........•...•.•• Construction, irrigation systems, Indian Service (reimbursable) (transfer) ....•...•...•.•...•.•....................... Central Valley project, California (reimbursable) (transfer). Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) .....•.........................•••••.•..........•.... Columbia Basin flood repair (transfer) •••.••................ Engineer service, Army (transfer) .......•...........•....... Expenses of fulfilling Atoka agreement, Bureau of Indian Affairs (transfer) ........ _.................•.•.......•.•... Expenses of negotiating Arkansas River compact .•...•.•.•. Flood control, general, Army (transfer) .......•.•.•.•..•.... Flood control, Mississippi River and tributaries, Army (transfer)._ •.......•. _....••••......................•.•... General expenses, United States Air Force (transfer) .•....•• General investigations, Bureau of Reclamation (transfer) ••. Gila Project, Arizona (reimbursable) (transfer) .........•.•.  409 052 406  3,621  401 401 401 401 053 610 401  401 401 052 401 401  . --------------- --------------- ----------------------------.  14 ............... ···-·······-··· 160,000 15,000 1,057, 76.5 1,482,197 750,000 180 2,322 475,824 412  264  450,762  428,000  2,951 480,000 599  500,000  242 ·········•···-· ······•······-·  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. / Excludes payments to miscellaneous receipts for retirement of capital and dividends and earnings (see memorandum section at end of this table).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  613  A74  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommendation  1948  1949  actual  1950  estimate  estimate  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR-Continued Geological Suney-Continued Investigation of bauxite and alunite ores and aluminum clay deposits, Bureau of Mines, national defense (transfer)_ 403 Irrigation and drainage, Indian Service (transfer) __________ _ 401 Maintenance and improvement of existing river and harbor works, Army (transfer) __________________________________ _ 452 Missouri River Basin (reimbursable) (transfer) ____________ _ 401 Operation and conservation of naval petroleum reserves, Navy (transfer) __________________________________________ _ 403 Salaries and expenses, American sections, international commissions, Department of State (transfer) _____________ _ 154 San Luis project, Colorado (reimbursable) (transfer) _______ _ 401 Special and technical investigations, International Joint Commission, United States and Canada, Department of State (transfer) __________________________________________ _ 154 --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------Special and technical investigations, International Joint Commission, United States and Great Britain, Department or State (transfer) __________________________________ _ 154 Supervising mining operations on leased Indian lands (transfer) ______________________________________________________ _  Tennessee Valley Authority fund (transfer). _______________ _ Working fund ________ . ___ . _____ . ___ . ________ ._. ___________ _ Colorado River dam fund, All-American Canal (transfer) (special account) _________________________________________ _ Colorado River development fund, expenditure account (transfer) (special account) _______________________________ _ Operation, maintenance and replacements, Boulder Canyon project (transfer) (special account) ___________________ _ Reclamation fund, special fund (transfer) <special account) __ Working fund, special fund (special account) _______________ _ Payments from proceeds of sale of water {permanent indefinite, special account) ___ ----------------------------------  403 401 409  • $23 327 106,422 25,000  $115,267 25,000  $172,000  25,205  22,105  26,000  92,575 435  96,190  115,000  12,844  218 --------------- ---------------  15,608 158,757  401  700  401  9,709  401 401 409  3,128 111,657 • 14,060  401  Total, Geological Survey____ ---------------------------- _____ _  5,879 ---------------  172 193,037  • 51\,000  56 - -------------4,801 139,586 4,060  4,200 170,000 10,000  $297  $500  10,576,637  13,027,500  $726,750  17,900,500  13,297,225  16, 602, 731  19,081,767  162,500  164,600  6,000  158,000  181,983  153,768  165,500  1,148,000  76,700 3,500 160,000 33,000  1,200,000 250,000 2,700,000 621,000 420,000  1,094,495  1,875,000 400,000 105,000  1,165,000 250,000 2.431,500 506,600 396,100  1, 779;786 408,872 106,274  1,238,726 203,000 2,566,103 528,253 378,443  1,178,700 245,500 2,717,000 603,000 385,000  • 7,000,000  • 200,000 9,750,000  440,300 1,060,000 75,000 600,000 1,060,000 1,000,000 140,000 680,000 90,000  403,300 1,560,000 300,000 606,000 1,385,000 1,460,000 317,300 708,500 91,000  165,385 10,128,171 4,000,000 420,862 1,601,048 313,012 646,605 1,424,655 1,514,181 315,890 767,484 95,128 323,601  559,615 9,750,000 400,000 413,000 2,005,000 303,000 695,000 1,404,000 1,795,600 269,000 1,061,400 95,500 265,100  $500  4,439  Bureau of Mines:  Salaries and expenses __ ------------------------------------Operating rescue cars and stations and investigation of accidents ___ --- ---- ----- ---- _________________ ---- ________ _ Control of fires in inactive coal deposits ____________________ _ Coal-mine inspections and investigations ___________________ _ Testing fueL _______________________________________________ _ Anthracite mining investigations __________________________ _ Construction and equipment of lignite research laboratory, Grand Forks, N. Dak ___________________________________ _ Synthetic liquid fuels ______________________________________ _ Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ___ _ Mineral mining investigations_----------------------------Investigation and development of domestic mineral deposits_ Coal investigations ________________________________________ _ Oil and gas investigations __________________________________ _ Expenses, mining experiment stations ______________________ _ Metallurgical research and pilot plants _____________________ _ Care, etc., buildings and grounds, Pittsburgh, Pa __________ _ Economics of mineral industries_--------------------------Helium utilization and research ____________________________ _ Helium production ________________________________________ _ Construction and equipment of anthracite research laboratory, Schuylkill Haven, Pa ______________________________ _ Construction and equipment of helium plants _____________ _ Drainage tunnel, Leadville, Colo. (national defense) _______ _ Investigation of bauxite and alunite ores and aluminum clay deposits (national defense) _______________________________ _ Investigation of deposits of critical and essential minerals in the United States and its possessions (national defense) ___ _  403 551 403 551 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403 403  - -- --------- ---  403 403 403  4,400,000. 24, 600 39,000 12,300 39,000 63,700 50,600 13,100 61,400 6,570  • 550,000 12,271,503 10,000,000 --------------- --------------375,067 420,000 1,155,634 2,000,000 160,662 261,000 680,477 690,000 1,165,829 1,409,000 902,669 1,810,000 162,665 260,000 648,193 1,100,000 95,548 97,500 233,005  450,000 --------------- --------------- ---------------  448,631 723,882 2,690  403  5,580  403  6,755  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  --- ---------- --  1,370  3,000  3,000  A75  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPWATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1948 actual Actual  Anticipated supplemental  EXPENDITURES  1950 recommenda• tion  1949 estimate  1948 actual  1950 estimate  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTEWOR-Continued Bureau or Mines-Continued Investigation of domestic sources of mineral supply (national defense>-----------------·-·-···-·--·---·---·--••·-•·-··--· Investigation of raw.material resources for steel production (national defense). __ ··-_ ......... _.. ·-···-·--·-··· ..... --· Magnesium pilot plants and research (national defense) __ .• _ Manganese beneficiation pilot plants and research (national defense) •• - - --·---· _. ____ ·-------- -- ... ··-------·------- .• Production of alumina from low•grade bauxite, aluminum clays, and alunite (national defense) .. ---·-·---·----·-···Purchase of land, etc., Bartlesville, Okla_···--···-·-···----Working fund __ -·-·-·-·•---·--··----·---·----·---·-·-·--·-· Working fund, special fund (special account>·----·-------·· Development and operation of helium properties (permanent indefinite, special account)-··-·-·-·- .. ·- ..... ·-.··-----·-·  403  • $5,527  403 403  4,891 • 15  403  499  403 403 403  403 403  Total, Bureau of Mines-·------------------------------· -··--· National Park Service: National Park Service--------·---·-------------·---·---·--· Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental). __ . Water rights. __ ... -·--···-----·-·-·-.-· ______ ·---·--·-----·Travel Division ________ -· _____ .·-_··-- __ --·--··--··-··-··--· Recreational demonstration areas·-·-----·---·---·---·---·-· Salaries and expenses, National Capital parks-----·--·-·---Wage adjustment (anticipated supplemental)-·-- ••. ··-_ River basin studies. __ --------------·-----·----·--··--·---·Archaeological excavations (anticipated supplemental) •• Acquisition of lands ...... ----·--·- ____ --·-. __ -----·---·-·-·Independence National Historical Park, Pa.·--··-··-··----Parkways __ . __ ··-·. _..... ·- ----·-·--·. _____ .. ·- ·---·- ______ _ Roads, trails, utilities, and buildings_·--·---·--···-·-·-·--·· Indefinite roads and trails_·--·------··-·-·--·····--·-·-----Gettysburg National Cemetery (land acquisition) (anticipated supplementall----·--··--··--··---------··-----·-··· Physical improvements, buildings, and utilities. ___ . ______ _ Acceptance, erection, and dedication of statue of General Jose Gervasio Artigas (anticipated supplemen~I) ________ _ Acquisition of lands for Great Smoky Mountains National Park._._-· ____ ._ .. _... _... __ .. _____ .... _. __ ._ ... __ .. _.. __ . Arlington Memorial Bridge·-·-·---·---·---------·---·----•· Care,f maintenance, and protection, buildings and grounds, Franklin D. Roosevelt Library·-··------···---·-·-----··· Columbia Basin flood repair (transfer).·--··--··--·--··--··Philadelphia National Shrines Park Commission __ ··-··-·-Purchase of lands, national parks.·-·-··-·-·--·····--··-··-· Working fund. ______ ...•..... ·-··-·· ... -···-· .. ·-·.--··- ... Educational expenses, children of employees, Yellowstone National Park (permanent indefinite, special account) ___ _ Working fund, special fund (special account>·-·-···-·-·-··-  405 405 405 405 405 610 610 401 401 405 405 405 405 405  $291,736  $466,000  16,577,536  22,160,900  316,626  363,482  443,000  24,416,500  22,714,016  27,825,951  24,856,915  7, 772, 300 200,000 16,000 ~500  8,902,500 50,000 15,000 65,200 18,545 1,032,800 1,000 177,300  7, 267, 055 7, 135,000 510, 000 d 8, 857, 000 7, 097, 756 ---·-·-·-·--·-· -····-·-·-··--· 275,000 ·-·---·-···-·•- -·---------·-· 15,000 15,000 ··--·---·-·•·-15,000 2,847  ~ooo •ooo ~ooo  •ooo ~ooo ~ooo  z~  w ~ooo  •~ ~ooo  t•ooo  ·-----·---·-·-- ·-···-·---···--  •m ~~  ~~  •200 ~@  15,000 -··----··-···-· ----·--·----·-14,000 ~ooo t500 ~ooo ~200 --··--•···----- ···---·-··-·-·250,000 ••·----····---- -·-···-·-·--·-250,000 200,000 200,000 ·-··--·····---300,000 59,967 145,000 ·-·---·-------- ··---··-·---··· ---··-·--··--·· 500,000 ···------------ ·-··-···--·---··-··---·--·-·· (•) ·-···-·---·--·· • 7,500,000 3,957,218 7,093,000 2,150,000 4,762,350 -···---··-----· •··-·---·-····· 4,126,658 4,522,000 ··--·------··-· -···-··--·----- ·--·-·········· 7,500,000 ------·-··----1,330,000  mm  ~™  405  28,500 --·-·-·-······- ·--·-·-··-··-··  405 453  750 253  303  320  401  405 ·-····-··-··-·· 18,696 ·-· ·--·-·-····· 9,581 -··•--···•····405 ···•·--·--·--·· ··--······-···- ··•·-·•·--··-·- -·-·•·--······32,381  404 404 404  275,000 250,000 7,000,000 800,000 5,800,000 10,000 2,400,000  20,000  8,000  11,000 709  49,000 101,500  16,454 ·--·'-·----·--4,304 750 11,204  405 405 405  2,500 43,100  8,142  10,000 18,100  15,500 2,113  10,628,055  13,129,000  1, l/i4, 345  29,495,181  16,734,432  23, 005, 163  26,981,600  6,582,810  9,928,509  640,300  11,143,000  6,824,247  9,946,830  10,937, 50~  70,000 291,283  10,000 300,000  80,000 --------------- ----------------------------- --------------291,283 --------------300,000 -----------------------------  404  5,178,307  2,000,000  ---------------  2,000,000  2,029, 791  2,100,000  2,250,000  404  9,031,273  11,276,687  ---------------  10,000,000  2,964,067  12,276,687  10,000,000  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (S9e table 9), d Excludes reappropriation of uno bligated balances (see table 4).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $4,989,470  $470,000  405 -··-·-·----··-- ·-----·-··----10,000 ···-···-···-·-· ---··-······-·· ··--··-··--·--405 -·-··-·-··--··- -··--···-··--·- ·--·····-·-···3,500,000 484,042 458,000  Total, National Park Service __ ·---·-·---·•·---·-··--·-··- -·-·-· Fish and Wildlife Service: Salaries and expenses: Annual specific appropriation.·-·········-·--··-·-·-·--· Additional requirements (anticipated supple• mental) ... ·----···-···-···-···-········--··--···-Annual indefinite appropriation.·---·--··-·-·-··--·---Migratory bird conservation fund (receipt limitation, Indefinite) .. _·- __ .·--· __ ... _•.•. ·-·- .. _._.-·.·-. __ ... _···Federal aid, wildlife restoration (receipt limitation, indefi· nite) (special account>-·--------·---·--··---·-··-·-·-·····  99 -·--·-·---·--·· ··--·--··-·-·-· $398 673,015 $100,000 • 214,136 1,379 371  A76  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT J.ND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommendation  1949  1948  actual  estimate  1950  estimate  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR-Continued Fish and Wildlife Servlc&-Continued · Administration, etc., Crab Orchard Creek project_ ________ _ Columbia Basin flood repair (transfer) _____________________ _ Construction and equipment of byproducts plant, Pribilof Islands, Alaska_. _________________________ . ______________ _ Exportation and domestic consumption of agricultural commodities, Department of Agriculture (transfer)_ .... _. Flood control, general (transfer) ____________________________ _  Halibnt allocation program ___ ----------------------------Maintenance and Improvement of existing river and harbor works (transfer) ______________________________________ •. __ _ National Industrial Recovery, Public Works Administration (allotment) _______________ . __ .. ___________ •.• ________ . National Industrial Recovery, wildlife refuges _____________ _ Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Department of State (transfer) __ ._-----------· _________________ _ Upper Mississippi River Wildlife Refuge __________________ _ Working fund _________________________________ ._._. _______ _ Working fund, special fund (special account) _______________ _ Administration, etc., Illinois ordnance plant (permanent indefinite, special account) _____________________________ _ Expenses for sales, etc., in refuges, Migratory Bird Conservation Act (permanent indefinite, special account) ___ . Payments to counties from receipts under Migratory Bird Conservation Act (permanent indefinite, special account)_  404  $5,389  $lll, 281  400,000  401  $100,000  404  6,631  20,189  353  163,399  173,808 75,000 112  150,000 105,000  600,000  800,000  401  404  2  452  404 404  102,041 37,452  155 404 404  1,010,843  404  12,778  • 76,415 47,902  950,000 22,926 206,965 27,611  29,685  93,286  ---------------  31, 519  30,000  30,000  900,000  --------------11,230  ---------------  404  $126,000  404  33,990  $30,000  $30,000  404  135,571  97,094  100,000  135,567  97,103  100,000  21,087,951  23,623,573  $620,300  23,573,000  13,312,120  27,505,859  25,693,735  60,000  64,500 48,000 50,000 448,000  2,650  67,700  58,592  67,650  50,000 494,400  50,00I! 432,396  67,357 47,000 50,000 484,558  Total, Fish and Wildlife Service _____________________________ _ Goffl'lUllent in the Territories:  Territory of Alaska: Salaries and expenses, Governor and secretary_________ _ Legislative expenses __________________________________ ... Public schools, Alaska (receipt limitation) _____________ _ Care and custody of insane, Alaska____________________ _ Additional requirements (anticipated supplemen-  610 610 301 206  tals)_.------------------------------------ -- -- ----  206  Wagon roads, bridges, and trails, Alaska (receipt limitation) ________ • __________ ._. _________________________ _ Construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, and trails, AlBSka_________________________________________ • Alaska Railroad appropriated fund ____________________ _ Construction of Palmer-Richardson Road, Alaska (national defense) __________ . __________ • ____________ . __ Reconstruction and Improvement of Richardson Highway, Alaska __ ---------------------------- ___________ _ Alaska Railroad special fund (permanent Indefinite, special account) ______________________________________ _ Territory of Hawaii: Salaries and expenses, Governor and secretary __ .. _____ . Legislative expenses._. ______ . __ . ____ . _____ . ___________ _ Government of the Virgin Islands: Salaries and expenses_---------------------------------Salaries and expenses, agricultural station ______________ _ Expenses, municipal governments _____________________ _ Defraying deficits in treasuries of municipal governments (St. Croix) __________________ . _________________ _  --- -- ---------.50,000 446,900  42,200 --------------- ---------------- ---------------  (1,000  453  130,000  100,000  100,000  48,710  100,000  100,000  453  • • 11, 120,000 4,000,000  • • 10, 442, 400 17,000,000  • • 26, 692, 000 25,000,000  3,650,123 4,000,000  15,120,000 17,000,000  24,800,000 25,000,000  456  453  641  453  250,000  456  • 22, 028, 626  • • 15, 050, 000  610 610  25,300  25,900 47,200  610 351 610  216,100 46,300  213,000 46,300 520,200  6!0  140,000 --------------- --------------- ---------------  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  50,000 452,000  257,700  10,112  • • 15, 800, 000  21,390,710  15,700,000  15,100,000  965  26,800  25,059  .26,431 47,200  26,765  12,375 2,800  223,000 50,000 745,000  219,715 48,514  225,214 49,230 520,200  , 220,375 49,100 745,000  158,491 --------------- ---------------  A77  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  EXPENDITURES  1950 recommendation  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR-Continued Government in the Territories-Continued Puerto Rico: Salaries and expenses, Office of Federal Coordinator____ _ Emergency relief, revolving fund, act of Feb.11, 1936___ _ Schoolhouses and roads _____________ ----·-···---····--·_ Division of Territories and island possessions: Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) . _.. -········- ·- ____ -· --·- ·····-· ..... _-·· _ Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administra• tion (allotmentl---·- ·-·-····-·- _...•..... -··--· .. -···Working fund_ •• -·····-··---··--· .. ·-·-·-·-·····-----·Federal aid, wildlife restoration, Territories and island possessions (special accountl.-----···------·---·--···· Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special fund (allotment) (special account)-···----·-·--  610 --·-·-·······-· -····-·--·-·--- -·-·-··-·---··$15,000 ·-···--·-··-··· ···-··-----·--$14,000 610 ··---·-·-·-·--- --·-----·--·--· ------------··- -·-··-----···-• $146,072 $129,491 • 550,000 610 --·-··-·-··---- --··-----·---·- ---------·---·- -····-·····-··- --·······--···3,713 ·····--------·· 610 610 610  • 11,508 42,605  112  404  1,650  5,350  5,000  610  • 35 30,227,314  49,585,968  66,120,890  165,116  27,094  -- -- - -- ---------  666, 904, 451  349, 036, 988  537,316,248  631, 203, 328  100,000  250,000 152,222  500,000 • 177,744  100,000 129,900  Total, Government in the Territories--··-·-·-·-···- -···-Miscellaneous: Claims and judgments ••.... •-·-·----·-·-·-··-·  23 ···-··-·-·----- ······-········  610  $38,513,226  320,352, 658  Total, Department of the Interior·-·-···----·--·--·--·-··- -·-·--  320,602,658  800000-49--XII   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $60,990  69,263,900  14,438  Total.·--····-·-·· ..•...••.• ·-·-····-·-······-·-·-····-·-· _-·-·Government corporations and enterprises: Virgin Islands Company: · Loan by United States Treasury __ ·----·-·----·-··----·· 610 Checking account (net) .. ·-······-·--·-·-·~··-····-----· 610 Community facilities, defense public works, Federal Works Agency (transferl----··-······-··-··-·---····•· 254 Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Bureau of Reclamation: Reclamation fund, special fund; Rehabilitation and betterment of existing works ______ •... 401 Mineral exploration and development incentive payments._ 403  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures.  $44, 055, 500  250,000  459, 623, 639  45,557,215  500,000 -··--·-·--·-·-·  1,977  ________ .., ______  4,000,000 5,000,000  5,000,000 15,000,000 460, 123, 639  45,557,215  687, 004, 451  -- -------------  349, 441, 187  537, 638, 504  640. 433. 228  A78  'rHE BUDGE'!' FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950]  EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Fune• tional code No.  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental 1  1950 recommenda• tion  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE Legal activities an4 general administration: Salaries: $52,760 Office of Attorney General, etc.......................... 610 $772,500 $754,676 $770,000 $850,000 Additional members, Board of Parole (anticipated supplemental) ..............•.•••.•.••....•.••... 610 - 15,500 - ---1,246,457 Administrative Division................................ 610 1,275,000 1,150,000 124,815 1,282,000 810,000 875,000 51,060 935,000 818,008 Tax Division ..•.•..••.•••.•.....•.......•.•...•.....•... 610 48,460 800,000 890,000 750,000 868,756 Criminal Division •••.•.•.•.••.••.••..•.....•.•••...•... 207 1,550,000 1,500,000 1,464,009 97,200 1,650,000 Claims Division ••.••..••.•••••.•...••••••.•••••..•.•.•. 610 220,000 - ------------ -205,000 204,237 Contingent expenses ..•••••.•••.•..••.•••••••••••...•.•••••. 610 675,000 I 140,000 145,000 145,000 ---110,680 Traveling expenses ...•..••••.•.............••.•........•.•. 610 - ----- 662,675 550,000 Printing and binding ......•..••.•....••.....•.......••..... 610 620,000 -- -- - ------ -- ----- -610 ------ -Additional printing of briefs (anticipated supplemental) 50,000 --------------- ---- ------------- Penalty mail costs ....................••.••......•...•..•... 610 140,000 108,000 -- --------- ---- -163,173 - -- --25,000 5,000 949 Federal tort claims .•...•................•.....••••.......•. 610 ----- ---- ---------- - --- 182,986 187,000 Salaries and expenses, Customs Division .•..•.•.....••.•.... 604 187,000 10,150 198,000 2,400,000 Salaries and expenses, Antitrust Division .....•...........•. 503 3,411,700 157,800 2,274,509 3,650,000 95,000 85,107 109,000 --------------Examination of judicial offices .....•.......•...........•.•.. 610 109,000 2,440,889 Salaries and expenses, Lands Division .....•..••.......•.•.. 610 2,350,000 140,600 2,496,000 • 2,500,000 Increased work load (anticipated supplemental) .•.•...•. 610 --------------- ---------- ~ -85,000 ----- - --- ---- -- --------------Miscellaneous salaries and expenses, field ....••...••.....•.. 610 545,000 23,100 491,759 440,000 • 538,000 5,200,000 327,800 5,200,000 Salaries and expenses of district attorneys, etc.•.••..•.•...•. 207 5,063,977 5,586,000 100,000 100,000 102,450 Compensation of special attorneys, etc.....•..•..•.......•.. 610 100,000 ------------15,215,000 5,223,718 5,310,000 228,500 Sslaries and expenses or marshals, etc •••..••••........•.•••. 207 5,630,000 750,000 707,344 Fees of witnesses •...••.•..••.•.•••••.•........•.•..•........ 610 625,000 --------------715,000 Additional witness days (anticipated supplemental) ••. 610 --90,000 --- --- -- _.,_,.. ___ ----------------------- --------------Claims, persons of Japanese ancestry (anticipated supple• mental) •.•..........•••••••.....•.....•.••.•..•..•..• •··· • 610 --------------- --------------150,000 -----Emergency fund for the President (allotment) •.......•..... 610 10,434 Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allot• 2,548 ment) .•......•.•.• ·---··· ...••••••.••.••....•.•....... •·· • 610 Pay and expenses of bailiffs ....•.............•••••.•.•.....• 610 10, 711 50,000 ·············•· ····•·········· ·····•··•······ Salaries and expenses, War Division .•.•..•.•.•.....••..••.. 610 35 Working fund ............•.•..•..•.•.....•........•..•..... 610 9,652  -- ----·---- -- -- --------  -------  ---------  -- ---- ------ --------------  ------- ------  -------  -- ----  --  --  ---  -------------·- --------  Total, legal activities and general administration ...•..•.......•.  $822,002  $81i3,660  14,500 1,272,015 928,721 802,860 1,649,200 211,000 122,500 540,000 40,000 12,977 4,300 196,750 3,476,300 105,760 2,508,200 81,000 566,200 5,519,293 100,800 5,528,019 626,600 88,000  1,000 1,289,400 927,060  125,000  800,900 1,662,800 560,750 ]27, 500 140,000 10,000  --------------3,000 198,000 3,642,500 108,580 2,485,400 4,000 446,900 5,589,600 100,800 5,617,000 713,000 2,000 25,000  200 ··••···········  23,412,500  23,960,700  1,652,745  25,260,000  22,899,739  25,343,157  25,308,850  42,400,000  43,900,000  2,922,000 2,630,000  50,987,000  45,713,427  47,384,670 2,500,000 84,li37  50,722,250 130,000  Federal Bureau of Investigation: Salaries and expenses •.•.........••••••••••.•••••...•..••.•. Increased work load (anticipated supplemental) •••....•. Atomic energy, Executive (allotment) ••...••..•..........•• Emergency fund for tho President, national defense (allot• ment) •....•.....•.....••••..••••....••••••••.••.......•.•. Salaries and expenses (national defense) •••.•••.•••••.•....•. Salaries and expenses for certain emergencies•••••.•....••... Claims and judgments.•..•...•......•••••.••.•.•••••..••.•.  207 207 406  1,077,526  207 207 207 207  • 7,702 1,845,614 14,000 96  Total, Federal Bureau of Investigation ••••...•••.•••.••••...••••  100,000 ···•···•·•·•··· ··•·••··•··•••• ..••..•.•••••••  46,992 ···········-···  209  42,500,000  43,900,000  5,552,000  50,987,000  48,642,961  50,016,408  50,852,250  27,000,000  28,150,000  2,372,400  31,075,000  27,056,986  31,068,650 652,150  • 74,875  30,775,000 221,850 20,553  26,982,111  31,017,403  31,720,800  Immigration and Naturalization 8ervice: Salaries and expenses .•••.••.••••••••.••..••.•••••..•••••.•. Displaced Persons Commission (allotment) •.•.•••...••••.•. Working fund ••. ·····-········-·-······· •........••..•.••••  610 152 610  Total, Immigration and Naturalization Service ••.•••.•...••••••  27,000,000  28,150,000  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. In this column are due to pay Increases.  1 Unless otherwise indicated, the anticipated supplementals 1 Excludes $5 appropriated in 1948 for fiscal year 1942.  Exclndes $760 appropriated in 194S for fiscal year 1942. • Excludes $900 appropriated In 1948 for fiscal year 1945. • Excludes $155,000 for fiscal year 1947 and $154. 71 for fiscal year 1946 appropriated in 1948.  1   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  2,372,400  31,075,000  A79  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1948  actual  1-------,--------r ;ecoii!~nda• Actual  Anticipated supplemental  tion  1948  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE-Continued Federal Prison System:  Salaries and expenses, Bureau of Prisons ........•.......•... Salaries and expenses, penal and correctional institutions... Medical and hospital service, penal institutions...........•. Buildings and equipment, penal institutions......•...•..... Support of United States prisoners....•.•...•.•.......•..... Federal jails, buildings and equipment...................•.. Penitentiaries and reformatories, maintenance .•........•.•. United States Penitentiary, McNeil Island, Wash., con• struction and repair..•..•.....•...........•...•.•..•..•••.  207 207 207 207 207 207 207  $420,000 18,646,730 1,400,000 162,000 1,750,000  $400,000 17,800,000 1,497,000 298,000 1,650,000  $31,000 1,166,000 88,000  --------------14,000  $486,000 19,400,000 1,592,000 • 497,000 1,725,000  207  Total, Federal Prison System.....•.•...•.•...•.••.•••••......  22,378,730  21,645,000  I, 299,000  23,700,000  $382,830 19,084,437 173,328 457,692 1,773,620 165 210  $426,700 18,934,000 151,600 647,000 1,584,500  $470,800 19,296,000 135,000 645,000 1,710,500  --------------- ----------------------------- ---------------  13,896  12,000  ---------------  21,886,178  21,755,800  22,257,300  Office of Alien Property: Supplies, materials, etc (special ac-  count).........................................................  503 ...•.....•...••......••••...........••.....•.......•......•.  1886  (0)  (0)  Miscellaneous:  Payments from proceeds of sales, motor•propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite, special account) .•••••••.•••.•. Claims and judgments.......•..............•..•..•...•.•...  488,465 244,710  620,000 ··•········••··  518,000  213,599 322,814  905,717 134,056  538,000  Total, miscellaneous...................................... . .....  733,175  620,000  518,000  536,413  1,039,773  538,000  Total ........•.........................•... ·············•· · ·· ·· ·  116,024,406  118,276,700  131,540,000  120, 948, 288  129,172,541  130, 677, 200  a I 2, 949, 706  a I 804,449  a I 1, 386, 700  610 610  10,876,145  Government corporations and enterprises: Federal Prison In•  dustrle8, Inc.: Prison industriPs fund ...•..............•.••.••.  207 ............... ··•·•·········· ............... ··•···•·•··•·••  Anticipated supplemental for 1950 under existing legislation:  Legal activities and general administration: Claims, persons of Japanese ancestry ••.•••..•.•••.•.•••.•.•••.•.•..••..••••••..  610 ······-········ ·······•·••··•· ··•···•·-······  Total, Department of Justice............................. ......  116,024,405  118,275,700  10,876,145  3,000,000 134, 640, 000  2,500,000 117,998,582  1~8, 368, 092  131, 790, 500  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). / Excludes payments to miscellaneous receipts for retirement of capital and dividends and earnings (see memorandum section at end of this table). • Excludes expenditures from funds carried in checking accounts with commercial banks. Limitations on the use of such funds for administrative expenses are as follows: 1948, $3,700,000; 1949, $4,100,000; and 1950, $4,100,000.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  °  A80  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE---Continued  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fl.seal years 1948, 1949, and 1950)  EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental 1  1950 recommendation  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Office of the Secretary:  Salaries and expenses ______________________________________ _ Salaries and expenses, Office of Solicitor____________________ _ Salaries and expenses, Bureau of Labor Standards _________ _ Penalty mail costs _________________________________________ _ Salaries and expenses, Bureau of Veterans' Reemployment Rights ___________________________________________________ _ Selective Service Act, 1948 (anticipated supplemental) __ Commissioners of conciliation (national defense) ___________ _ Contingent expenses _______________________________________ _ Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State (transfer)_. ________________________________________ _ Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) ___________________ -- __ ---- ----- __ -- -- -- -- --- --- -· -- Expenses of liquidation, National Wage Stabilization Board _________ -------- __________________________________ _ International Information and educational activities, Department of State (transfer) ______________________________ _ Printing and binding ______________________________________ _ Salaries, OIi.lee of Secretary of Labor _______________________ _ Salaries and expenses, child-labor provisions, Fair Labor Standards Act_ __________________________________________ _ Salaries and expenses, child-labor standards ________________ _ Salaries and expenses, commissioners of conciliation ________ _ Salaries and expenses, N atlonal Wage Stabilization Board functions ________________________________________________ _ Salaries and expenses, Retraining and Reemployment Administration _____________________________________________ _ Salaries and expenses, United States Conciliation Service __ _ Salaries and expenses, veterans' reemployment functions ____ _ Traveling expenses_________________________________________ _  $954,747 1,046,939 326,825 64,417  $1,052,959 1,057,600 387,410  215,300 27,500  250,100 17,000  386 531,591  68,398  4,000  161  77,903  139,693  58,609  554  7,008  551  13,857  784  509, 700 --------------- --------------- --------------943, 200 --------------- --------------- ---------------  415,062 954,154  6,158 148,933 56,559  1 --------------- --------------- ---------------  10,920 • 123 97,344  554 554 551 554  $883,000 200,000 128,200  104 104  $975,000 1,015,000 320,000 115,000  $75,900 66,000 20,000  207,500  8,300 44,500  $1,074,000 1,064,200 391,000  270,000 ---------------  551  554  151 554 554  483,400 --------------- --------------- ---------------  551 551 551  651 553 551 104 554  Veterans' housing, Office of Administrator, Housing and Home Finance Agency (transfer) ________________________ _ Working fund _____________________________________________ _  251 554  Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefl.nite, special account)_ _____________ _  554  Total, Office of the Secretary_________________________________ _  $857,497 194,708 281,481  13,000  224 4,016 ---------------  1,663  430,000 500,000 2,188,300  14,362  1,240 381,266 418,862 1,419,017  31,354 39,174 177,570  1,021 4,708  • 5,300  16,483  3,211  8,000  6,280,163  2,632,600  214,700  2,799,200  5,686,048  3,306,502  2,848,678  2,107,800  2,444,000  132,000  2,605,000  2,067,533 4,806  2,522,552  2,606,600  2,522,552  2,606,600  4,283,375  6,374,340  Bureau of Apprenticeship: Salaries and expenses_. ____________________________________ _ Apprentice Training Service, war manpower functions _____ _ Apprentice Training Service, war manpower functions, national defense __________________________________________ _  553 553  2,012  553  Total, Bureau of Apprenticeship_____________________________ _  2,107,800  2,444,000  132,000  2,605,000  2,074,351  3,473,400  4,073,000  312,000  5,450,000  3,566,044 3,038 3,785 177,323  Bureau of Labor Statistics: Salaries and expenses __ ------------------------------------Salaries and expenses (national defense) ____________________ _ Study of labor conditions in HawaiL ______________________ _ Working fund ______________________________________________ _  654 554 554 554  Total, Bureau of :Labor Statistics _____________________________ _  National Wage Stabilimtion Board: Salaries and expenses _____ _  3,473,400  4,073,000  551  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. Unless otherwise indicated, the anticipated supplementals in this column are due to pay increases.  1   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  312,000  5,450,000  --- --- - ------- - -- ---------------- ----------- ----- ------ --- 1,816  13,000  3, 750, lYO  4,285,191  5,387,340  • 7,772  18,058  ---------------  A81  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET. APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code  No.  EXPENDITURES  ii  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  1950 recommendation  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  DEPARTMENT OF LABOR-Continued United Stntes Employment Service: General administration ____________________________________ _ 552 Grants to States for public employment offices ___ . _________ _ 552 Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment), war manpower functions.------------------------- 552 Employment office facilities and services ___________________ _ 552 Employment office facilities and services, war manpower functions ____ . _____________ . _____________________________ _ 552 General administration, war manpower functions. __ . ______ . 552 Migration of workers, war manpower functions. ___________ _ 552 Training within industry service, war manpower functions, national defense __________________________________________ _ 553 Total, United States Employment Service ___________________ _  $3,741,800 66,077,215  $3,701,682 65,893,031  (')  (•)  • 6,674 441,237 46,549 8,034 8,199 141 69,819,015  70,092,199  (')  Women's Bureau: Salaries and expenses________________________  551  Wage and Hour Division: Salaries and expenses._ .. ----------------------------------Salaries ____________________________________________________ _ Miscellaneous expenses ___________ . ________________________ . Working fund _____________________________ . _____ . _________ _  551 --------------5,000,000 361,000 5,361,000 --------------551 4, 298,000 --------------- --------------- --- -----------4,199,096 551 349,000 --------------- --------------- --------------285,179 8,023 551  Total, Wage and Hour Division _______________________________ _  Miscellaneous: Claims and judgments ________________________ _  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. See "Bureau of Employment Security, Federal Security Agency."   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  5,000,000  $16,000  361,000  86,590,378  14,423,700  1,035,700  551 --------------- --------------- ---------------  Total, Department of Labor ___________________________________ _  1  4,647,000  $274,200  $334,800  5,361,000  257,848  4,492,298  554 --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------- ---------------  Total. _____________________________ .______________________ _____ _  Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Office of the Secretary: Industrial safety program ____________ _  263,000  86,590,378  14,423, 700  1,035,700  16,550,000  86,345,162  $286,008  $330,140  4,969,100 222,917 69,058 2,398  5,333,500  5,263,473  5,337,000  279 15,682,963  16,509,758 3,052,000  3,060,000 19,610,000  3,500  86,345,162  15,682,963  19,561,758  A82  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental 1  recomm.endation  1949  1948  actual  estimate  1950  estimate  NATIONAL MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT Office of the Secretary of Defense  Salaries and expenses_. ________________________________________ . Expenses of liquidation, scientific research and developmeµt functions ___________ --- __ -- -- -- --- -- ------- ---- ---- ________ . _. Working fund _________ . _______________________________________ .  051  $6,800,000 ---------------  $11,050,000  304 051  Total, Office of the Secretary of Defense ________________________ ..• ····--------  6,800,000 ---------------  11,050,000  $725,565  $6,502,087  119,569 • 502,899  4,065 477,233  342,235  6,983,385  $10, 488, 500  10,488,500  Department of the Air Force•  General expenses ________________ .. __ ... __________________ ... __ . Construction of aircraft and related procurement•--------------· Special procurement ______ •. ___________________ . _______________ _ Acquisition and construction of real property. _________________ _ Maintenance and operations. __________________________________ _ Military personnel requirements _______________________________ . Retired pay._--------------------------------······-----------Claims_ - ---------------------- ---- -- ------------- -- ___________ _ Research and development ____________________________________ _ Air Force Reserve _______________________ --------- _____________ _ Air Reserve Officers' Training Corps __ ------------------------· Air National Guard __ -----------------------------------------Salaries and expenses, administration __________________________ . Contingencies _________________________________________________ _ Salaries, Office of Secretary ____________________________________ _ Salaries, Office of Chief of Staff ________________________________ _ Air Corps, Army __ --------------------------------------------· Air Force account of advances _________________________________ _ Department of the Air Force __________________________________ . Salaries, Chief of Staff _________________________________________ _ Salaries, Office of Commanding General, Army Air Forces ... __ . Working fund _________________________________________________ _ Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent Indefinite, special account) __ . ___________________ . Working fund, special fund (special account) ___________________ _ Total, Department of the Air Force 1______________________  052 052 052 052 052 052 052 052 052 052 052 052 052 052 052 052 052 052 052 052 052 054  --------------••$608, 100,000 ------------------------·---··----· ---· ----  889,486,000 --------------·--------------· ---------------------------  --------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ·-------------- ----------- -- _ -- -- --- -- ---- -· - ----------- -- - ----------------------------· 825,000 --------------· 6,500,000 --------------- --------------• 829,272,100 --------------517,000 ---------------  --·-· ---------- --------------- --------------464,000,000 ----------- ____ hl,100,000,000 --------------360,000,000 --------------· 126,139,000 --------------- ----------------------------· 5,445,000 --------------- ----------------------------- 1,068,864,000 --------------· --------------1, 201, 000, 000 13,000,000 --------------2,847,000 --------------- ----------------------------215,000,000 --------------- ----------------------------82,000,000 --------------· ----------------------------11,700,000 --------------- ----------------------------115,000,000 --------------- ------------------ -- ---- --- -58,425, 000 --- ----- ------- -- ----------- ---------------14,467,000 --------------- ----------------------------- --------------- --------------783,750 --------------- --------------· --------------6,200,850 --------------- --------------720,807,989 553,000,000 5,600,000 138,000,000 388, 766, 182 --------------- --------------· 491,150 --------------- --------------· 21,900 10,000,000 8,160,737  052 ------····--·-· 50,000 --------------100,000 --------------052 --------------· --------------- --------------- --------------590,386 ______  1,437,889,100  200,000,000 1, 103, 000, 000 20,600,000 2,000,000 748,205.000 1, 040, 000, 000 12,500,000 2,760,000 40,000,000 60,000,000 8,000,000 83,000,000 52,920,000 13,347,000 41,250 325,000 68,000,000 86,000,000  15,000,000  20,000  70,000  896,861,000 --------------- 4,013,987,000  1,124,438,344  1,532,004,000  3,555,768,250  44,168,700  22,096,712  31,200,000  40,000,000  1,759,624  22,000 7,596 245,000,000  120,000,000  Department of the Arm, t MILITARY FUNCTIONS  Office of Secretary of the Army:  Contingencies of the Army _________________________________ _ Administrative expenses, payments, Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946 (allotment) ___________________________________ _ Atomic energy (allotment) _________________________________ _ Assistance to Greece and Turkey (allotment) ______________ _ Care, hanrlling, and disposal of surplus property abroarl (allotment)_. ________________________ ._. _________________ . Defense aid (allotment) _____________________________ ... _._ .. Displaced Persons Commission (allotment) ______________ _ Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) ____________________________________________________ _ Emergency fund for the President, War (allotment). ______ _ Expediting production of equipment and supplies for national defense ____________________________________________ . Foreign aid, Austria, France, and Italy (allotment). _______ . Foreign war relief (allotment) ______________________________ _ Overtime, leave, and holiday compensation (allotment) ____ _ Payments, Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946 (allotment) ____ _ Penalty mail costs, military functions ___________________ • __ _  053  25,495,000  32,900,000 ---------------  055 406 153 --------------- --------------- --------------- ··------------·  77,867,092  610 --------------- --------------- -------------·- --------------- --------------10,000,000 6,000,000 053 --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------2,519,643 --------------- --------------152 ·-------------- --------------- --------------- --------------· --------------492,695 840,305 053 053 053 152 152 053 055 053  --------------- --------------- --------------- ----------------------------- --------------- --------------- ---------------  • 2,490,687 20,058,798  --------------- --------------- --------------- ---·-----------  • 682  ------------·-· --------------- --------------- --------------3,762 --------------· --------------- --------------- --------------173,108,453 4,500,000 ----- --------- _ --- ------- --·-- ----- -· _-- ----- _-------- ------  10,000,000  1,560,275  1,000 10,075,915 2,994,513  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9). I Unless otherwise indicated the anticipated supplementals In this column are due to pay increases. • Department of the Army appropriations include amounts for support of the Air Force of $1,335,838,399 In flscal year 1948 and $1,734,365,419 In fi.scal year 1949; expenditure figures for the Department of the Army for all three fiscal years likewise include expenditures from these appropriations. 1 Recommendation for 1950 Includes $75,000,000 to liquidate prior year obligations.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A83  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  .  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Func• tional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  1950 recommenda• tion  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  NATIONAL MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT-Continued Department of the Army-Continued MILITARY  FUNOTIONs-continued  Office of Secretary of the Army-Continued Relief ass.istance to countries devastated by war (allotment) •• Salaries and expenses, International Refugee Organization, Department of State (transfer) ......................•...•• Salaries and expenses, strategic service functions .•.••.•••.•. Surplus property, care and handling overseas, Executive Office of the President (transfer) ..•....•.•...••.•.•...••• United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (allotment) •.•..•..•..•.......•..................•..•...•. Working fund •••••••...•..•........................•.•..... Defense aid, special fund (allotment) (special account) •...•• Obligations, defense aid, liquidation of Iend•lease program (allotment) ..•.......... ·.................•.............•• Preparation for sale or salvage of military property (special account) ....•.•••.........................•.........•..... Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special fund (allotment) (special account) ....................•... Payments from proceeds of sales, motor•propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite, special account) ........•..•... Sales of surplus property, foreign areas clearing account (permanent indefinite, special account) .•.•.••......•.••••  152  $28,251,147  $4,180,182  $1,000,000  152 053  6,891,436 136,976  2,000,000  45,564  610  17,798,175  1,500,000  408,311  152 053 053  3,522,968 • 13, 888, 609 4,759,034  053 053  186,933  1,285 - - -------------  95,833,817  8,701,687  ---------------  73,328,700  449,557,328  367, 474, 322  216, 182, 918  2,5()(),000 330,000 565,000  4,604,475 279,747 680,039 49,213 • 142 • 477,991  5,000,000 325,000 680,000  4,000,000 330,000  340,000  135,000  5,135,341  6,345,000  5,085,000  053 2,549,755,700 2,493,642,000 ·············•· 1,570,550,000 2,438,977,089 2,412,000, 000 77,000,000 053 -·············· 84,000,000 ·······•······· 91,000,000 ..••.•......... 10,000,000 053 ············•·· ·····•········· $10,000,000 ·•·•••••·•····· ··•·······-···· 053 -·····-········ ....••......... ······-········ •··•······. •... 289,512,779 164 204 • 997,112 053 463,235 400 053 710,000 680,284 053 1,811,745 ············-·· ·····•····•···· ··············2,500 • 2,500 053  1, 628, 000, 000 93,000,000  6,660,000  610  053 053 151 053 053 053  60,222,658  9,000,000 306,000 650,000  9,956,000  63,928,000 .............. .  9,000,000 299,000 750,000  10,049,000 .............•.  Total, Finance Department.•..••.............•......... ·····- 2,551,606,692  2,577,677,000  053  053  699,996,960  • 931,250,000 ............••.  3,395,000  721,407,000  204  053 053  Total, Quartermaster Corps- .•••.......................•. -·····  053 054 053  Total, Transportation Corps••.••.••....•.••..•.••..•..•....•.•.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  25,000,000  6,160,000  6,028,000 ....••.........  35,000  Transportation Corps: Transportation service ••.•.................•.•.....•...•.•. Working fund ..••••.••.••............................•..... Working fund, special fund (special account) ...••...........  ---------------  20,071,377  4,124,667  5,227,658  39,247  Quartermaster Col'(IB: Quartermaster service •.•.••.•............•...•.••....•..... Emergency relief, war planning and review of work projects, Work Projects Administration (transfer) •.•.....•.•.•••••• Replacing Quartermaster service .•.......•...•...••••..•.•. Working fund ...•..•••.••..•.••..•.........................  11,140,180  270,000  7,917  053  Total, General Staff Corps ........•.•.................•.....•.•.  Finance Department: Finance service...•...••..•••••.•.••..•.........•.•..•....•. Retired pay...............•...........•..•....•...........•. Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) .... Army account of advances ....•.•.••..•..•..•.........•..... Civilian Conservation Corps (transfer) ....•••.....•.......•. Defense aid advance account ..........•...•.•...•.•......•.. Working fund ...•.••..•..............•...•.•.......••.•.... Claims and judgments....................•........•........ Working fund, special fund (special account) ............... . Expenses and losses, financing war contracts (permanent indefinite, special account) ............•...................  $25,000,000 ··············-  $22, 5()(), 000  610  Total, Office of the Secretary of the Army .....••.••.•.•.....•.  General Staff Col'(IB: Special field exercises ..•.•..••..............•.....•..•...... National War College...............•.••......•............. Inter•American relations ..............•...........••.•..... _ Contingent fund, Chief of Staff ............••.••..•......•.. Miscellaneous expenses, military intelligence activities ..•... Working fund ..•...•...................•.••.••.••.........  $25, 000, 000  14,022,219 - -------------• 590,814 14,724,140 444,323 3,400,000  620,000  310,000  7,853  6,500  708, 097, 658  841,000,000  709, 350, 000  •5 34,197,311 109,576  4,503,940 499,424  • 33, 250, 000 2,081,700  699,996,960  931,250,000 ...••...•......  721,407,000  742, 404, 540  846, 003, 364  678, 181, 700  374,055,100  412,000,000 ··········-····  364,000,000  391,071,117 1,177,748 2,879  410,000, 000 56,535 23,798  340, 400, 000  374, 055, 100  412, 000, 000  364, 000, 000  392, 251, 744  410, 080, 333  340,400,000  ·===='===='===='====1'===='===='=== • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures.  • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9),  A84  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommendation  1948  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  NATIONAL MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT-Continued Department ofthe Arm:r-·Continued MILITARY FUNCTIONS--Continued  Signal Corps: Signal service of the Army---------------------------------- 053 Replacing Signal Corps supplies and equipment ___________ _ 053 Working fund _____________________________________________ _  b$82,474,900 ••$153,000,000 _______________ •$207,390,000  053  Total, Signal Corps ____________________________________________ _  $99, 169, 452 • 10, 031, 900 • 3,211,034  $130, 000, 000 • 10, 200, 000 3,900,000  $161, 600, 000 • 2,917,000 2,300,000  82,474,900  153,000,000 ---------------  207,390,000  85,926,518  123, 700, 000  160,983,000  69,534,000  75,126,163 ---------------  68,031,000  51,313,112 952 • 1,835,415 • 285,201  79,936,434  69,048,373  1,867,226 60,085  994,212  68,031,000  49,193,448  81,863,745  70,042,585  317,595,000  619, 655, 709  483, 000, 000 35,000,000  338, 800, 000 107, 000, 000  254  • 5,565  1,954  053 254  • 161,399 39,967  50,000  251 053 053  171 • 13, 237, 573 2,346,930  712 8,800,000 1,502,303  2,500,000  Medical Department: Medical and Hospital Department _________________________ _ 053 Care of mental patients ____________________________________ _ 053  Replacing medical supplies ___ ------------------------------ 053 Working fund _____________________________________________ _ 053 Total, Medical Department_ __________________________________ _  69,534,000  75,126,163 ---------------  Corps of Engineers:  Engineer service _______________ ·--------------------------Military construction ______________________________________ _ Community facilities, defense public works, Office of Administrator, Federal Works Agency (transfer) ____________ _ Construction of buildings, utilities, and appurtenances at military posts ____________________________________________ _ Emergency fund for the President (allotment) ______________ _ National defense housing, Office of Administrator, Housing and Home Finance Agency (transfer) ____________________ _ Replacing engineer service _________________________________ _ Working fund _____________________________________________ _  053 053  Total, Corps of Engineers_________________________________ ______ Ordnance Department: Ordnance service and supplies _____________________________ _ Replacing ordnance and ordnance stores ___________________ _ Rock Island Bridge, Rock Island, Ill _______________________ _ Working fund ________________ ------------------------------  053 053 053 054  Total, Ordnance Department_____________________________ ______ Chemical Corps: Chemical service __________________________________________ _ 053 Working fund _____________________________________________ _  • 380, 839, 000  380,839,000  • 429, 000, 000 • 76, 000, 000  • 86, 737, 000  505,000,000 ---------------  404,332,000  608, 638, 240  528,354,969  448, 300, 000  • 245,532,800 • • 610,000,000 ---------------  • 757,852,000  288, 451, 576 • 14, 879, 570 47,228 14,328,117  353, 000, 000 • 7,221,988 2,753 • 1,474,689  532, 000, 000 • 1,017,063 . • 5, 387, 464 525, 595, 473  44,000 --------------- --------------- --------------245,576,800  610,000,000 ---------------  757,852,000  287,947,351  344, 306, 076  19,890,300  26,000,000 ---------------  36,301,000  20,491,524 3,266,379  23,500,000 1,224,712  19,890,300  26,000,000 ---------------  36,301,000  23,757,903  24,724,712  25,951,000  053  Total, Chemical Corps _________________________________________ _  25,951,000  Army Field Forces:  Training and operation_-----------------------------------Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kans ____________________________________________________ _ Instruction in armored force activities _____________________ _ Seacoast defenses, general_ _________________________________ _ Seacoast defenses, no year __________________________________ _  053 053  Special service schools ___ -----------------------------------  053  053  4,500,000  4,000,000  4,000,000  3,276,579  4,000,000  4,000,000  053 053  450,000  425,000  457,000  478,478 73,845 218,070  450,000  450,000 30,000 5,000  71,255  30,000 5,000 3,000  4,118,227  4,488,000  4,485,000  Total, Army field forces ______ --------------------------- _____ _  4,950,000  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  4,425,000 ---------------  4,457,000  A85  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Fune• tional code No.  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  EXPENDITURES  1950 recommenda· tion  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  NATIONAL MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT-Continued Department of the Army-Continued MILITARY  FUNCTIONS-continued  United States Military Academy: Pay of Military Academy ...................•....••.••..••.. Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) .•.. Maintenance, Military Academy .•..•....•.•....•.......•.. Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ....  053 $1,996,488 $2,100,000 •·········•···· $2,244,000 $1,989,171 053 ·•••·•········· ··········•··•· $125,000 ·········•····· ··••··········· 053 5,221,373 5,440,000 ••............. 6,280,000 5,335,968 053 ............... ·····•········· 184,000 ............... ·····•·········  Total, Military Academy ...•...........•...•...•.•.•...•••. Civilian components: Army National Guard.....••.......•.....•...•......•..•..• Organized Reserves..• a • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Reserve Officers' Training Corps.•....•.......•.............  053 053 053  Total, civilian components.....•..•......•..............•..••..• National Board for Promotion of Rifle Practice: Promotion of rifle practice...•....•..•..... ,................................  053  7,217,861  7,540,000  ' 134, 000, 000 67,828,900 25,025,000 226, 853, 900  303,500  309,000  $2,100,000 125,000 5,665,000 165,000  $2,244,000 6,200,000 19,000  8,524,000  7,325,139  8,055,000  8,463,000  • 290, 000, 000 125, 000, 000 21,175,000  216, 000, 000 115, 000, 000 25,000,000  123,604,154 43,959,374 16,146,463  253, 000, 000 103, 000, 000 23,500,000  242, 000, 000 121, 000, 000 23,500,000  436, 175, 000  356, 000, 000  183, 709, 991  379, 500, 000  386, 500, 000  160,000  254,625  275,000  160,000  175,000 .•.........•.••  1====1====~===="1=====1=====1=====1==== Miscellaneous: Army of the Philippines: Expenses ........................ . ·Atomic Energy, Executive (allotment) ..................... . Atomic service..••....................•.•.••............•.•. Working fund •••.•.................•....•.••............•...  053 406 053 053  Total, miscellaneous ........•.•.••.•..•.••....•..•....•.•...•.•...........•................................................. Total, military functions, exclusive of departmental sal• aries and expenses....••...................••...•..........•••. 4,733,477,671 Departmental salaries and expenses: Salaries, Department of the Army ........................ . Office of Secretary of the Army ....•........................ Office of Chief of Staff ....••..................•.•........•.. Adjutant General's Office......••......•.................... Office of Inspector General ................................. . Office of Judge Advocate General .......................... . Office of Chief of Finance .......••.•.............•.•........ Office of Quartermaster General ..•.......................... Office of Chief Signal Officer •..•............................ Office of Surgeon General. ...............•.•.............•.. Office of Chief of Engineers ..•..••.•...•...•................ Office of Chief of Ordnance .••..•.........•.......•......... Office of Chief of Chemical Corps.....•...•.......•......... Office of Chief of Chaplains ...•.•.....•...•................. National Guard Bureau •...•••••...............•........... Contingent expenses ......•.••....•...............•......... Printing and binding .....•..••.•.•.........................  5,812,345,163  10,309,000  4,666, 727, 700  89,981,987 43,940 • 67,756 • 5,527,614  4,800,000  1,150,000  84,430,557  4,800,000  1,150,000  5,653,292, 744  5,629,689,921  4,592,789,676  053 ············•·· ····•·••····•·• ··············· 49,243,000 ··············· ··············· 053 564,000 564,000 ····•···•······ ·········•····· 569,641 564,000 053 410,420 394,000 394,000 394,000 ··············· ............... 053 2,175,000 2,088,145 2,088,000 2,088,000 ······•········ ····•·····•·••· 053 33,000 33,000 ·•············· ··•·•·······•·• 34,375 33,000 053 134,000 134,000 ········•······ ··············· 141,731 134,000 053 644,578 609,000 609,000 609,000 ..•.........•.. ··········•···· 053 831,000 831,000 ·········•····· .............•. 786,508 831,000 053 371,000 371,000 ··············· ·••···•········ 418,564 385,269 053 393,000 393,000 ............•.. ··············· 393,000 393,000 053 531,000 531,000 531,000 531,000 ..•...•.......• ··•·······•···053 883,000 883,000 ··············• ............... 883,002 883,000 053 83, 000 83, 000 ······•·•··•·•• ............... 83, 075 83, 000 053 7,000 7,000 ............... .............•• 7,404 7,000 053 104,000 104,000 --····-···-···· ··············108,333 104,000 2,350,000 2,300,000 ............... 9,065,000 2,718,451 2,376,219 053 053 8,191,159 6,350,832 7,000,000 8,000,000 ······•········ ·····-········· 16,375,000  17,325,000  Total'-··········-·············-·························· ...... 4,749,852,671  5,829,670,163  Total, departmental salaries and expenses...•...•...........•...  10,309,000  47,149,000 21,692  31,962 15,115 20,423 33,962 3,193  5,700,000 3,700,000  58,308,000  18,096,241  15,766,465  56,675,347  4,725,035, 700  5, 671, 388, 985  5, 645, 456, 386  4, 649, 465, 023  Government corporatlonaand enterprises: United States Spruce  Production Corporation: Checking account (net).............  055 ....••.•.•••.••...••.•••.••.••..•.•.••...•..•...•.....•.....  Total, military functions, Department of the Army• .•...•.•.•• 4,749,852,671  13,598  5,829,670,163  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. b Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9). I Excludes payments to miscellaneous receipts for retirement of capital and dividends and earnings (see memorandum section at end of this table). • Department of the Army appropriations include amounts for support of the Air Force of $1,335,838,399 in :fiscal year 1948 and $1,734,365,419 in fiscal year 1949; expenditure :figures tor the Department of the Army for all three :fiscal years likewise include expenditures from these appropriations.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A86  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Fune• tlonal code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  $4, 190, 387 60, 000, 000  $7,809,153 38,369,000  -----------------------------  64,190,387  46,178,153  1,804,000  recommenda• tlon  1948  actual  1949  1950  estimate  estimate  NATIONAL MRITARY ESTABUSHMENT-Contlnued Department of the Army-Continued CIVIL FUNCTIONS  Quartermaster Corps: Cemeterial expenses........................................ Cemeterial expenses (no year)...............................  610 610  Total, Quartermaster Corps •..•.....••......................... Signal. Corps: .Alaska Communication System•••.•... -.........  459  $5,620,000  $4,455,307 82,257,768  $7,000,000 65,800,000  $6,400,000 23,200,000  ---------------  5,620,000  86,713,075  72,800,000  29,600,000  1,804,000  --------- ---- --  3,114,000  1,300,532  1,800,000  2,900,000  166, 989, 100  ---------------  113,683,963  160,800,000 6,000,000  201, 000, 000 6,000,000  1,500,000 359, 400, 000 6,000,000 8,000,000 64,400,000  2,000,000 395, 600, 000 10, 000, 000 4,612,462 66,000,000  -- --- --- --- --- -  Corps of Engineers:  Maintenance and Improvement of existing river and harbor works .............. •······•·-·············•-·············· Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) .••. Alteration of bridges over navigable waters of the United States.••.•....••........................•.•. _.•.....•...•. Flood control, general. ......•..••...•.......•.•••..••••..... Additional requirements (anticipated supplement41) ..•. Flood control, general (emergency fund) .•.••.. -...•....•••. Flood control, Mississippi River and tributaries ........... . Emergency fund for flood control on tributaries of Missis• sippi River .. ·············•-··············-···••·········· Flood control, Sacramento River, Calif.•..............•••.. Maintenance and operation, certain Federal water mains outside the District of Columbia......................... . Development of landing areas for national defense, Civil Aeronautics Administration (transfer) ................... . Flood control, Kinl(s River and Tulare Lake, Calif.•.•..... Flood control, Sutton Reservoir, W. Va.•···-·-············· Hospital and domiciliary facilities, Veterans Administration (transfer) ..•............•.............•.....••.........•.. Improvement of Washington Channel, District of Columbia (transfer) .•......•....•.••.•••.•.........•..... ·-····· .... Power plant, Bonneville Dam, Columbia River, Oregon, construction ... ·-···· ......•...........•............•..... Power plant, Fort Peck Dam, Montana, construction....... . Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Department of State (transfer) .. __ •...................••...••.•.. Working fund ........•... ······-·-·-····-· .••.••...•.•..... Maintenance and operation of dams and other Improve• ments of na.-!gable waters (permanent indefinite, special account)._ ...................................•.....•...... Payments to States, flood control set June 28, 1938, as amended (permanent indefinite, special account) ..••......  118,583,700 452 452 - -------- ----  --  452 401 401 401 401  500,000 247, 072, 825  --------------500,000 340,491, 100  -----------------------------  50,000 430, 287, 600  ----------------------------187, 752, 481  16,000,000 ---- ------ --- -- ----------------------------- --------------9,000,000 -- -- ----------- --------------9,212,989 --------------50,000,000 45,004,702 61,000,000 --------------70,000,000 500,000 1,750,000  500,000 1,750,000  -----------------------------  500,000 4,000,000  628,775 1,581,585  750,000 2,000,000  700,000 3,160,000  610  12,000  12,000  ---------------  12,000  10,431  17,950  12,000  454 401 401  468,379 742,250 8,789  104  ---- -- -------- - -------------·123,127 500,000  ---------------  35,893,597  127, 000, 000  179,000,000  452  22,399  7  401 401  46,614 1,117,955  486,697 187,854  ---------------------------------------- ---  155 053  2,246,932 24,363,590  7,300,000 10,522,800  4,500,000 5,700,000  200,000  180,000  240,697  452  152, 737  150,000  150,000  401  236,802  243,750  250,000  242,071  Zl6, 801  24-'3, 750  418,808,064  580, 635, 950  734, 423, 700  423, 027, 502  755, 425, 236  878, 948, 909  Penalty mail: Penalty mall costs ...•.• ·-··--············-···-··· United States Soldiers' Home: Payment of interest on Soldiers' Home permanent fund (permanent lndeflnite).-···-···--·····  610  133,000  225,000  104  677,392  1,000,000  Government and relief In oceupled areas ........ ·-·•···--·····-· Revolving fund for purchase of agricultural commodities and raw materials ....•......... ·-·· .....•...•••.•.• ··-·-···· .•  152  940, 000, 000  1, 300, 000, 000  152  Total, government and relief In occupied areas •......• __ .•..•.  28, 000, 000  125,831 1,250,000  677,392  1,000,000  1,250,000  1165, 006, 448  1, 215, 000, 000  313, 000, 000  (')  940, 000, 000  50,000,000  965, 006, 448  1, 300, 000, 000  053 85,000 •··-··········· ·······•··••··· ·····-··-······ ······--······· 401 ·••···-········ ·······••······ ............... ··············720 053 • 8,946,269 401 420 420 420 420 401 368 368 368 368  Total, miscellaneous··-----·-------·-····· ..•.• ···-------- ----·· • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. •Authorization of $150,000,000 to expend from public debt receipts.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  229,174,100  ---------------  401 401  Total, Corps of Engineers.......................•.•.•... ···-··  Miscellaneous: Payment to village of Highland Falls, N. Y ...•.•.•.•• ·-·--· Relief of Randall Krauss ...•..•••. ··-···-·· ....... ··-------Working fund ..... ·······-··········-··-· .. ·-·-·-·--····-·· Relief 'lf Sarah E. EdJ?e (permanent specific) .•••.•. _______ • Relief of Mrs. W. M. Kittle (permanent specific) .• ·-----·--  $12, 000, 000  85,788  788  788  • 8,944,761  1, 265, 000, 000  313, 000, 000  85,000 --··--········7,200,000 420 368  1,400,000 420 368  7,285,788  1,400,788  A87  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommenda• tion  1948  1949  1950  actual  estimate  estimate  $9,795,592 3,102,937 2,820,235 1,698,195  $15, 445, 412 3,514,268 3,559,000 282,593  8.012 • 6,813 266,690  $18, 839, 844 3,616,666 3,327,445 837,274 156,509 22,163 45,836 146,608  NATIONAL MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT-Continued Department of the Army-Continued  CIV1L l!'UNCTI0NS-oontinued Panama Canal:  Maintenance and operation ..•.•.•...•....•.•.••.••...•...•. Sanitation, Canal Zone •..••....•.......•...........•.•..... Civil government, Panama Canal and Canal Zone ••........ Construction, additional facilities ••••..••......•.•..•....•.. Memorial to MaJ. Gen. George W. Goethals ........•....... Repatriation of unemployed aliens •.•••.•......•.•..•....•.. Working fund ...•....•..••.•••.•.•••.•••....•......•...•... Claims and Judgments ..•...•............•.......•.•.....••. Postal funds, Canal Zone (permanent indefinite, special account) .••.••••••••••.••.•••••••••••.••..•...•••••.•.••••  452 206 610 452 610  $13, 374, 000 3,552,000 2,900,000 750,000  $13, 149,000 --- -----------3,600,000 --3,277,313 - -------------100,000  $15, 300, 000  3,488,000 -----------3,559,000 --------------- -------·-------  610 610  21,853  610  413,297  610  829,551  671,500  813,000  674,950  820,435  826,233  21,818,848  20,797,813  23,160,000  18,359,798  27,812,780  23,649,359  Total, civil functions, Department of the Army .•.....•. ---··- 1,447,517,479  1,950,641,704  $28, 000, 000  767,568,488  1,486,229,986  2,131,249,635  1,250,749,056  Total, Department of the Army __ ··-·-····-·--·-·-··-·· --·-·- 6,197,370,150  7,780,311,867  38,309,000  5,492,604, 188  7,157,622,569  7, 776,706,021  5,900,214,079  8,126,000 16,654,000 42,750,000 10,000,000  15,587,020 8,909,754 35,035,362 2,372,603 4.605, 679  9,169,145 11,477,832 44,000,000 7,730,788 7,223,197  9,071,254 16,787,000 42,000,000 10,474,000 7,342,895  2,500,000 (39,400 3,019,000 75,000  1,363,000 488,000 3,955,000 125,000  10,000,000  Total, Panama Canal. .•.•••.•.••.••••..••.........•..•...•...  Department of the Navy Office of the Secretary:  Miscellaneous expenses, Navy ____ ·-·-·-·-----·-·-----·---·Contingencies of the NaVY--------···--··-·-·---···-···--·-Research, Navy_ •. _···-···-·-·-- _____________ -·----·-- ____ _ Operation and conservation of naval petroleum reserves--··Exploration of Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 4 __ --------·-Expenses, island governments and liberated and occupied areas_--· ___ •.. _. ____ . _______ . _________________ ._. __ ._. ___ _ Naval Observatory_-----·--···-·---------------·-·--·--·-·Hydrographic Office __ -·-·--··-·------·-·---·-·-·······-···Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) .... Administrative expenses, payments, Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946 (allotment>-············-··············----···Assistance to Greece and Turkey (allotment) __ ·----·------Care, handling, and disposal of surplus property abroad (allotment) _____________ --·---- -- -··-······-- ·- -- ---·-··-Defense aid (allotmentl-----·-------··----···--·-·---------Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allot• ment_. _······- -··-·-·-- --··-·-- ···---·-····-·-··- --- --- __ Emergency fund for the President, Navy (allotment) _____ ._ Naval emergency fund·----·-·-··-·-·--·-·········-··-·-··-N aval prison farms and prison personnel (receipt limitation)_ Naval Research Laboratory_·-·---------··-·-··----·--·----Ocean and lake surveys ___ ._. __ . __ •.. _. _______ . __ ._. ____ . __ _ Overtime, leave, and holiday compensation (allotmentl---·Payments, Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946 (allotment) ____ _ Penalty mail costs •.••• ·-·············-····--····--··-·-···· Salaries and expenses, Atomic Energy Commission (trans• fer)_·--···-·-·-·-·-·-··--····-··-·-·---- -------·--·-- --·- -  Surplus property, care and handling overse88 (transfer)_. ___ _ United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration {allotment)_ •. -·-·-···---···---·- ____ --·-·-·--·-----·-- __ _ Defense aid, special fund (special account>------·-··-----··Obligatlons, defense aid, liquidation lend-lease program (allotment)_···-··---·-·-·-·--·-·-····--·---·-·--·-·-··- __ Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special fund (allotment) (special account)._··-·-···--··-·-·--··-_ Preservation of frigate Constellation (permanent indefinite, special account)·-·-·····-··-·-····--···-·-······--·-··- __ _  054 054 054 403 403  14,500,000 9,000,000 34,000,000 100,000  610 304 054 054  3,000,000  1,300,000 2,250,000 2,303,069 498,000 465,000 3,500,000 ----------·---4,451,000 -------·--··--· 200,000 --------------- ----·-·. --··--·  055 153  891,644 17,746,993  13,152 26,463,007  610 054  • 438,338  700,000 4,000,000  054 054 054 054 054 456 054 055 054  • 147 • 4,539 156,579 26 3,409 106,731 8,154,772 86,467,016 1,858,266  758,913  421,000  50,000 416,586 2,833,465 369,352  24,000  406 610  7,735,901 2,937,444  2,135,000 23,206  152 054  4,414,550 1,568,150  343,287 181,602  140,000 -----------·--- --------··---·- --------·------  2,957,000 ----···--·-·--- ---·----------- ----·--------·-  200,000  054 610  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures.  1,000,000  289,099  50,000  • 32 -····--·----··- ---····--··-···  63,697,000  91,865,500  5,000  300,000  50,000  610  Total, Office of the SecretarY--·-·-·········-·····-······ ····-·   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  7,500,000 12,000,000 42,255,000 9,245,500 14,600,000  200,000  84,079,000  200, 411, 912  124, 121, 932  103, 395, 248  A88  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommendation  1948  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  NATION AL MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT-Continued Department of the Navy-Continued Bureau of Naval Personnel:  Training and education, Navy _____________________________ _ Welfare of naval personnel_ ________________________________ _ Officer candidate trnining __________________________________ _ General expenses ___________________________________________ _ Naval Reserve _____________________________________________ _ Naval Academy ___________________________________________ _ Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ___ _ Naval Home, Philadelphia, Pa ____________________________ _ Fleet training ______________________________________________ . Instruction ________________________________________________ _ Libraries ___________________________________________________ _ Naval training station, Great Lakes, Ill ____________________ _ Naval training station, Newport, R. !_ ____________________ _ Naval training station, Norfolk, Va ________________________ _ Naval training station, Port Deposit, Md __________________ _ Naval training station, San Diego, Calif_ __________________ _ Naval War College ________________________________________ _ Welfare and recreation _____________________________________ _ Laundry service, Naval Academy (permanent indefinite, special account) __________________________________________ _  054 054 054 $15,000,000 054 400,000 054 100,000,000 054 4,500,000 054 _______________ 104 325, 000 054 65,000 054 7,200,000 054 350,000 054 2,400,000 054 1,100,000 054 ---------·----054 --------------1,500,000 054 235,000 054 2,000,000 054 054  'l'otal, Bureau of Naval Personnel_ __________________________ _  $13, 200, 000 2,400,000 12,000,000 1,400,000 125,436,000 5,020,000 . ______________ 380,000 ---------·-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------  456,267  406,000  135, 531, 267  160, 242, 000  --------------------------------------------------------$122, S00 --------------------------------·------------------------------------·-------·-----------------------------------  $13, 200, 000 1,750,000 14,700,000 $8,103,483 2,103,000 376,477 127,000,000 114,282,161 5,190,000 4,539,567 --------------· --------------397,000 348,445 --------------167, 197 --------------8,832,557 --------------430,919 --------------2,891,898 --------------1,293,425 --------------776 -----·--------271,556 1,669,263 247,780 2,240, 727  $10, 500, 000 2,000,000 11,000,000 1,485,000 140,000,000 5,004,000 105,000 387,891 20,000 1,025,000 62,000 330,000 41,000  $13, 100, 000 1,850,000 14,400,000 2,025,000 130, 000, 000 5,170,000 17,800 394,600 75,000  2,000 196,000 19,000 335,000  416,000  429,124  404,939  413,325  164,756,000  146, 125, 355  172,916,830  167, 445, 725  360,000,000 ---------------  357,288,000  330,075,894 228,467 479  365, 000, 000  388, 000, 000  320, 000, 000  360, 000, 000  357, 288, 000  330, 304, 840  365, 000, 000  388, 000, 000  184, 000, 000  230, 000, 000  225, 878, 000  210,174,099  237,000,000  193, 900, 000  '1,267,092,000 1,215,912,000 --------------- 1,187,637,000 1,368,118,861 1, 188, 500, 000 72,500,000 _-------------78,520,650 --------------78,140,000 --------------30,000,000 35,000,000 32,000,000 --------------32,900,000 30,942,384 219, 764, 000 '150,000,000 209,000,000 --------------221,496,000 207,698,012 2,750,000 _-------------- _-------------3,000,000 --------------- --------------63,261,000 50,000,000 85,000,000 --------------75,000,000 62,858,379 20,000,000 (1) --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------54, 000, 000 65, 000, 000 ___ • _______ •.• _ 69, 000, 000 59, 903, 588 62,000,000 _______________ --------------- _______________ _______________ • 25,648,735 • 15, 000, 000 30,800,000 --------------- ------- -------- ------- -------- --------------149,503,802 29,000 --------------- --------------- ---·---------·- _______________ a 47,139,712 17,740,000 --------------- ----- --------·- --------------- --------------40,327,921 144,849 ( 8) --- ------------ --------------- ----·---------1,106,389 a 67, 734, 008 2,607,357 200,000  1, 180, 000, 000 78,000,000 31,000,000 219, 724,000 250,000 75,500,000  122,800  Bureau of Ships:  Maintenance ______________________________________________ _ 054 Defense installations on merchant vessels __________________ _ 054 Golden Gate International Exposition (transfer) ___________ _ 610 Total, Bureau of Ships _________________________________________ _  Bureau of Ordnance: Ordnance and ordnance stores. ________ _ 054  • 320,000,000  Bureau or Supplies and Accounts:  Pay and subsistence of naval personneL ·------------------Retired pay_____________________________________ ---···- ____ _ Transportation and recruiting of naval personneL _________ _ Maintenance .. _________________________ --· ______________ -- Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ___ _ Transportation of things ___________________________________ _ Additional requirements (anticipated deficiency) ______ _ FueL ______________________________________________________ _ Clothing and small-stores fund _____________________________ _ Naval procurement fund ___________________________________ _ Naval stock fund ___ ---------------------------------------Naval working fund_.-------------------------------------Fuel and transportation ___ .-------------------------------General account of advances. ______________________________ _ Pay, subsistence, and transportation _______________________ _  054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054  Total, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts ________________________ 1,556,092,000  64,058,700 20,030,000 5,000,000  1,685,432,650  Bureau of Medicine and Surgery:  Medical Department ______________________________________ _ 054 Care of mental patients____________________________________ _ 054 Care of the dead __ ----------·------------------------------_  37,500,000  40,000,000 --- ------------  39,677,000  29,071,326 58,088 32  38,116,779  41,811,304  37,500,000  40,000,000 ---------·-----  39,677,000  29,129,446  38,116,779  41,811,304  054  Total, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery ________________________ _  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. 1 Excludes $50,000,000 transferred from "Naval stock fund" and/or the "Clothing and small-stores fund," 1 Excludes $5,000,000 transferred from "Clothing and small-stores fund." 1 Excludes anticipated deficiency of $20,000,000. 8 Excludes $730,000 appropriated in 1948 for fiscal year 1944.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A89  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  EXPENDITURES  1950 recommendation  1949 estimate  1948 actual  1950 estimate  NATIONAL MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT-Continued Department of the Navy-Continued Bureau of Yards and Docks: Maintenance ______________________________________________ _ 054 Public works (new) ________________________________________ _ 054 Contingent ________________________________________________ _ 054 Emergency fund for the President, defense housing, temporary shelter, for Federal Public Housing Authority, maintenance, etc_________________________________________ - 251 Emergency fund for the President, national defense housing (allotment) ______________________________________________ _ 251 Emergency fund for the President, national defense housing, allotment to War (transfer) ______________________________ _ 251 Emergency fund for the President, national defense housing, for Federal Public Housing Authority, maintenance, etc__ 251 Emergency fund for the President, national defense housing, for U.S. Maritime Commission (allotment) _____________ _ 251 National defense housing, Office of Administrator, Housing and Home Finance Agency, transfer _____________________ _ 251 National defense housing, maintenance, etc ________________ _ 251 Public works __ --------------------------------------------- 054 Rents, maintenance, etc., national defense housing projects, emergency fund for the President, Navy _________________ _ 251 Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite, special account) ______________ _ 054  $132, 450, 000 b 51, 337, 200  $150,375,000 ---------------  $156, 665, 000 $129, 812, 095 $148, 000, 000 $148, 300, 000 53, 210, 000 --------------22,000,000 61,000,000 • 47 --------------- ---------------  b •  100 68,998 1,482 53,841 1,528 171 298,792 138, 161, 930  90,000,000  62,000,000  3,852,306  2,000,000  241,910 3,852,306  2,000,000  154, 227, 306  211,875,000  268, 640, 800  263, 852, 306  273, 300, 000  Bureau of Aeronautics: Construction of aircraft and related procurement ___________ _ 054 '•315,000,000 --------------- --------------- • •523,000,000 Aviation ____ ------------------- ____________________________ _ 054 b 501,000,000 585,000,000 -----------···· 515,210,000  19,507,633 719,347,392  385, 000, 000 540, 000, 000  560, 000, 000 515, 000, 000  738, 855, 025  925, 000, 000  1,075,000,000  180, 730, 520  190, 000, 000 8,000,000  190, 000, 000  Total, Bureau of Yards and Docks ___________________________ _  Total, Bureau of Aeronautics __________________________________ _ Marine Corps: Pay ________________________________________________________ _ Retired pay _____________________________________________ _  054 054  Pay of civil force, Office of Commandant of Marine Corps and director of personnej__ _______________________________ _ 054 Pay of civil force, supply department ___________ a __________ _ 054 Oeneral expenses ____ : ______________________________________ _ 054 Total, Marine Corps______________________________________ ______  183, 787, 200  816,000,000  585, 000, 000  1, 038, 210,000  190, 594, 000  201,287,000 8,519,000  -----------------------------  190, 300, 000 8.640,000  1,075,000 975,000 109, 530, 000  I, 100,000 1,078,000 132, 000, 000  --------------------------- ----------------  1,857,000 1,648,000 126, 900. 000  1,076,710 970,998 88,707,595  1,220,000 1,190,000 115, 000, 000  1,820,000 1,610,000 126, 000, 000  302,174,000  343, 984, 000  ---------------  329, 345, 000  271, 485, 823  315, 410, 000  327,930,000  65,519,160 14,264,123  178, 700, 000 66,600,000  115, 000, 000  90,109,348  93,404,013 17,600,000  --- ------------  ---------------  Shipbuilding: b ,O 56,800,000 _______________ b • 168,700,000 5,280,840 (') Construction of shlps_ -------------------------------- _____ _ 054 Ordnance for new construction _____________________________ _ 054 be 109,470,000 _______________ fl Ill 66,600,000 (••) 1,485,877 Increase and replacement of naval vessels, construction and machlnery _______________________________________________ _ 054 167, 948, 692 • 38, 000, 000 Increase and replacement of naval vessels, armor, armament, and ammunition __________________________________ _ 054 --------------(') --------------• 70,000,000 103,938,377 Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ___ _ 054 --------------- --------------- • $17,600,000 --------------- --------------Increase and replacement of naval vessels, emergency construction _________________________________________________ _ 054 • 1,528,964 • 787,963 Repair facilities and defense installations on merchant vessels_ 054 Total, shipbuilding_-------------------------------------- ____________________ _ Salaries: Office of Secretary of the Navy _____________________________ _ Office of Naval Research ___________________________________ _ Office of Naval Records and Library_______________________ _  054 054 054  3,946,300 1,164,000 57,000  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9). • Excludes transfer of $14,300,000 from "Increase and replacement of naval vessels." 10 Excludes transfer of $1,700,000 from "Increase and replacement of naval vessels."   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  66,270,000  3,965,000 1,207,000 69,000  17,600,000  8,500,000  70,000,000  874,667 2,000,000  ---------------  400,000  343, 300, 000  276, 336, 859  308,661, 963  405, 809, 348  4,600,000 1,400,000 78,000  4,047,509 1,097,302 56,450  4,219,106 1,290,000 75,476  4,562,068 1,390,000 77,645  A90  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Contlnned APPROPRIATIONS  Fune•  Organization unit and appropriation title  tlonal code No.  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  EXPENDITURES  1950 recommenda• tion  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  NATIONAL MILITARY ESTABUSHMENT-Contlnued Department of the Nau-Continued Salaries-Continued Office of Judge Advocate General ..•..•.....••.•.•.••.•...•• Office of Chief of Naval Operations •............•........... Board of Inspection and Survey.....••..•.•••......•....•.•. Office of Director of Naval Communications •............... Office of Naval Intelligence .•••.....•••.•.•.•..•...••....••. Bureau of Naval Personnel......•....•.••.•.•.•.•.•••..•..•. Bureau of Ships.••......•.................•.........•....... Bureau of Ordnance.••..•••••....•••.•...•..•.•.•.•..•••••. Bureau of Supplies and Accounts ....•........•.•....•...... Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.....••.•.••.•.•......•••... Bureau of Yards and Docks.•...................•........... Bureau of Aeronautics •................•••..•....•.......... General board ...•.•....•••......•.......................•.. Hydrographic Office ...................••......•............ Naval examining and retiring boards ..•..........•......... Naval Observatory ..............................•.•........  054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054 054 304  $310,000 1,435,000 35,000 2,005,000 980,000 3,226,000 6,450,000 3,100,000 4,400,000 1,078,000 2,045,000 2,400,000 18,600 1,890,000 20,200 400,000  Total, salaries ........••.....•...........................•.....•  34,960,100  Contingent expenses: Contingent expenses........................................ Printing and binding....................................... Contingent and miscellaneous expenses, Hydrographic Office..................................................... Contingent and miscellaneous expenses, Naval Observatory.  054 054  1,000,000 2,750,000  054 304  975,000 50,000  Total, contingent expenses ........•......•........•....•........  Miscellaneous: Claims and Judgments...................................... Relief of Herman F. Krafft (permanent speclflc)............  054 054  4,775,000  $333,505 1,338,825 40,797 727,708 1,056,330 4,980,000 6,753,839 3,238,883 4,757,000 1,162,121 2,250,373 3,271,011 943  37,256,000  34,746,326  35,594,932  37,208,224  1,685,000  1,220,238 3,418,890  1,041,381 2,429,443  1,708,268 1,017,231  1,444,691 62,925  693,000 10,897  200,000 4,957  1,685,000  6,146,744  4,174,721  2,930,456  1,200  2,176,458 1,200  2,530,195 1,200  ---- ~----------  59, 231, 800 14, 015, 164, 388 12, 579, 482, 273 13,800, 763, 713  14, 156,765,034  1,100,000 2,635,000  3,735,000 .....•.........  1,200  Total, Department of the Navy ...•.....•...•...•.•.•..•...•.•.. 3,642,964,251  3,753,368,756  11,278,223,501 12,437,341,623  80,844  $377,095 1,380,777 46,525 637,594 981,000 5,750,000 6,774,900 3,257,313 4,983,000 1,264,307 2,261,000 3,465,000  ---- ---- --- ------- -- -- --- -------  915 - --------17,256 - ---------- ----  ....• ...•....•. •.••.••••••.••• ....•••••••••.• 1,000,000,000  1,200  717,000,000  .••......•.•...•••••••••.......•........•.•..  3,561,000  761,000  ..•.•....••••••.....••••.....•.•.•..•..•..•..  20,000,000  8,000.000  ..•.••••••..... .•••.••..••.... ..••.•..••••••.  645,000,000  385, 000, 000  Total, National Military Establishment ..••..•....•......•••. 11,278,223,501 12,437,341,623   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $306,959 1,444,493 34,595 1,906,953 960,033 3,254,976 6,393,097 3,127,717 4,322,776 1,074,616 2,041,585 2,384,325 18,410 1,864,941 20,339 389,250  32,611,100 ..•....•.......  4,446,484 1,200  Total ••.•..•........•........................................... Anticipated supplemental for 1950 nnder existing legislation: Department of the Army: Civil functions: Government and relief in occupied areas........................................ 152 Additional appropriations required by propGBed leglslatlon: Department of the Army: Civil functions: Signal Corps: Alaska communication system........... 459 Corps of Engineers: St. Lawrence seaway and power project................................................ 452 National Military Establishment: Public works, special programs, military pay adjustment, etc................... 050  $381,000 1,390,000 47,000 645,000 980,000 5,825,000 6,775,000 3,250,000 4,874,000 1,280,000 2,265,000 3,466,000  $305,300 1,225,000 38,000 550,000 980,000 4,532,000 6,208,500 3,012,600 4,385,000 1,046,200 2,087,500 3,000,000  59, 231, 800 15,683,725,388 12, 579,482,273 13,800, 763, 713  lli, 267, 526, OM  A91  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Fune· tion!il code No.  1949 1948 actual  EXPENDITURES  1950 recommendation  ' 1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  Actual  Anticipated supplemental'  $213, 411, 825  $220,800,806  $403, 672, 300 250, 000, 000  $307, 706, 829  $433, 700, 806  $402, 430, 854 250, 000,,000  220, 800, 806 92,229,341  153, 672, 300  307,706,829  433, 700, 806 92,229,341  152,430,854  2,547,223 300  3,698,464 919 700,000  4,148,000  13  7  26,292 • 241  29,996 577  POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT Paid from general fund: Deficiency in the postal revenues (indefinite): At rates prior to proposed postal rate increase __________ _ Deduct: Proposed postal rate increase--·-··············  457 457  $310, 213,451  At proposed Increased postal rates.··-················ ..•... 310,213,451 213,411,825 Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental).... 457 .......••••.••.......•.•••..•• Other: Administering the public debt, Treasury Department (transfer) •••............•...•.....•........••.... _... _ Contingent and miscellaneous expenses.·-·········-···· Foreign mail transportation (Army) (transfer) •........ _ Furniture, carpets, and safes for public buildings..... _.. Migratory bird conservation fund, Fish and Wildlife Service, receipt limitation, Department of the Interior (transfer) ...•••.••••••••••. _•••.••••..•••...•.•....... Miscellaneous Items, first- and second•ciass post offices __ Operating supplies for public buildings ••••••.•••....... Post office stationery, equipment, and supplies ••...•... Rent, light, fuel, and water .•...•••..••.•..•••.•....•.•. Vehicle service..•.•.........••••..•.•.•.•...••..•.•••••• Claims and judgments•.•.•••.•••.•••.•••.•••••••••••.•.  604  457 053 457  404 457 457 457 457 457 457  2,048 2,048  Total, Post Office Department (paid from general fund of Treasury)........................................ •.. •• •  310,215,499  20 ·············--  1,007,762  • 740,000  2,048  213,411,825  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. Unless otherwise Indicated, the anticipated supplementals in this column are due to pay increases.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  30,942  2  • 20 21 • 3,269,811  Total, other....••••.•••••••••••••••...••••..••.........••...  1  800,000  313, 030, 147  153, 672, 300  • 696,221  5,439,793  307,010, 608  531, 369, 940  4,238,942  1  156, 669, 796  A92  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950]  EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and approprjation title  Functional code No.  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental 1  1950 recommendation  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  DEPARTMENT OF STATE Salaries and expenses __________________________________________ _  151 $30,067, 250 960,000 Printing and bind,ing _____________ ------------------------------ 151 Collecting and editing official papers of Territories of the United 30,000 States-- --- . -- ----- --- -- - -- -- -. - -- -- -- -- -- - --- -- -- --- -- -- --- - -- 610 Expenses, North Atlantic Fisheries ____________________________ _ 404 25,000 Salaries and expenses, Foreign Service _________________________ _ 151 48,737,750 Living and quarters allowances, Foreign Service. ______________ _ 151 8,130,000 Representation allowances ... _____ .. ____ . ___ . _______________ . __ . 151 700,000 Foreign Service retirement and disability appropriated fund ___ _ 151 2,085,000 Printing and binding, Foreign Service _________________________ _ 151 180,000 Buildings fund _________________________________________ ... _____ _ 151 51,500,000 Emergencies arising in the diplomatic and consular service _____ _ 151 11,000,000 United States participation in international organizations ______ _ 154 --------------Pan American Sanitary Bureau (anticipated supplemental)_ 154 - ------------ -United Nations building fund (anticipated supplemental) _____ _ 154 --------------International contingencies ____________________________________ _ 151 4,000,000 International Boundary and Water CommlSSlon, United States and Mexico: Salaries and expenses ______________________________________ _ 401 950,000 Construction_________. . ________________________________ _ 401 4,000,000 Rio Grande emergency flood protection ____________________ _ 401 25,000 Salaries and expenses, American sections, international commissions .... ________ .. _________________________________ .. ____ _ 154 415,417 International information and educational activities ___________ _ 151 3,000,000 Cooperation with the American Republics _____________________ _ 151 3,900,000 Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation ________________ _ 155 42,500,000 American-Mexican Claims Commission ________________________ _ 151 --------------Assistance to Greece and Turkey, Executive Office of the President (allotment) ________________________________________ _ 153 ___________ ,. ___ Care, handling, and disposal of surplus property abroad (allotment) _____ . ___ ... __ ... ___ .... - .... -- -.. _-.... - - ... -- -- - --- --- - 610 China aid, Executive Office of the President (allotment) ______ _ 152 Conferences of allied ministers of education in London _________ _ 154 Contingent expenses ___________________________________________ _ 151 Contingent expenses, Foreign Service. _________________________ _ 151 Cost-of-living allowances, Foreign Service______________________ _ 151 Cultural relations with China and the neighboring countries and countries of the Near East and Africa ____________________ _ 151 Defense aid, services and expenses (allotment), foreign economic functions._ .. -------·. ______ . ______ ----· ________________ -----· 055 Displaced Persons Commission (allotment) ____________________ _ 152 Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment) __ 151 Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allotment), foreign economic functions. ______ ----------------------------- 151 Expenses, disposal agencies, Surplus Property Administration, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion (allotment) ____ _ 610 Expenses, disposal of surplus property, foreign areas ___________ _ 610 Expenses, foreign disposal agency-----------------------· ______ _ 610 Foreign aid, Austria, France, and Italy, Executive Office of the President (allotment) ____ • ___________________________________ _ 152 Foreign Service, auxiliary ______________________________________ . 151 Foreign Service, auxiliary national defense ______ . _____ ._. ___ ._ .. 151 Foreign Service pay adjustment, appreciation of foreign currencies ___ ...... __ ________ . _____________________________ ------ 151 Foreign Service quarters _______________________________________ _ 151 International Boundary Commission, United States and Canada, and Alaska and Canada ____________________________ _ 154 International Children's Emergency Fund of the United Nations, Executive Office of the President (allotment) __________ _ 152 International conferences, emergency_-------------------------- 154 International Fisheries Commission ___________________________ _ 404  $20, 000, 000 569,000  $1,492,000  30.000 --------------30,000 25,000 --------------44,750,000 ------ --------- - ----- ---- ---- 7,400,000 --650,000 -- -------- ----650,000 2,150,000 - - ----------2,187,000 170,000 --------------- --------------35,000,000 --------------25,000,000 9,750,000 - -- ---------- -11,500,000 100, 966, 490 --------------100, 810, 498 196,000 ----------------------65,000,000 --- -------------------------3,600,000 3,600,000 -- --------  ----------------------------- ----------------  ----  980,000 1,500,000 100  78,000  ------------------------ -----  430,500 b 27, 000, 000 4,100,000 b 21, 373, 000  3,630 349,500 80,873  1,160,000 2,900,000 15,000 512,200 • 36, 000, 000  ------------ ------- -- -- - ----- • 20, 166, 398 -- ------- ------ --------------- - --- --- ---------------------- ---- --- ------- - -- -------------  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9). 1 Unless otherwise indicated, the anticipated supplementals in this column are due to pay increases.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $76, 922, 100  -------------- - ---------------  $26, 156, 231 1,205,260  $23, 658, 075 913,502  $63, 722, 724 340,812  15,700 12,902 35,576,285 4,987,693 1,003,025 2,085,000 87,120 25,999,545 19,753,122  40,116  30,500 11,600 13,378,786 1,798,360 649,750 2,187,000 87,000 33,161,641 12,775,400 100, 633, 366  ------- ------- ------ ----- ---------- -- ---- -2,987,168  937,882 1,440,725  -- ------------122,023 461,243 1,655,869 1,898,509 8,160 49,315,090  9,574 3,694,718 7,108,895 2,147,689  16,290  46,241,457 6,618,576 652,156 2,150,000 170,115 39,824,791 10,200,740 99,690,631 196,000 25,000,000 3,584,616  -------25,000,000 ------- -3,599,231  1,312,000 3,425,000 15,000  1,083,000 8,715,000 111,000  221,152 24,869,538 1,218,134 2,870,753  277,570 32,162,310 623,525 716,706  ---------------  ---------------  1,438,589  200,000  1,000,000 30,000  5,000  689,176 302,532 68,712  225,115 9,442 882,885  1,010,115  • 49,855 • 14,483 60,740 16,619 • 91,656 248, 702, 451 778,628 643,832  43,378,936 ----· _______·__ _ 65,189 ---------------  6,312 2,808,341  309 76,204  7,738  1,122  32,795,833 226,934 12,447  42,204,167 2,891 ---------------  A93  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  1950 recommenda• tion  1948 actual  1949  estimate  1950 estimate  DEPARTMENT OF STATE-Continued International Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commission ____________ _ Liquidation, information and cultural program ________________ _ Lower Rio Grande flood control, Department of State _________ _ Miscellaneous salaries and allowances, Foreign Service _________ _ Office and living quarters allowances, Foreign Service__________ _ Passport agencies ______________________________________________ _ Penalty mail costs _____________________________________________ _ President's War Relief Control Board _________________________ _ Relief assistance to countries devastated by war (allotment) __ _ Restoration of salmon runs, Fraser River system, International Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commission________________________ _ Salaries, Department of State __________________________________ _ Salaries, alien clerks and employees, Foreign Service ___________ _ Salaries, Ambassadors and Ministers, Foreign Service __________ _ Salaries, consular agents, Foreign Service.••.. ·-··-·--·---·-·-·· Salaries, Foreign Service officers_ .• ·-·--···------------·-·-··-·· Salaries, Foreign Service reserve officers __ ··-··-·-·····-··-··-·-· Salaries, Foreign Service staff officers and employees __ ··-·-·-·-Salarles and expenses, foreign economic functions .....•.. ·-···-Salaries and expenses, International Boundary Commission, United States and Mexico .. ·--·-·-····-·-············-··-·-·· Salaries and expenses, International Joint Commission, United States and Canada_··-·-···--···-·-··--·_ ... _••....... ··-----Salaries and expenses, International Joint Commission, United States and Great Britain·-·····-----·-·---······--·-·-·--·---· Salaries and expenses, International Refugee Organization .. ·--· Salaries and expenses, marketing services, Department of Agri• culture (transfer)._ •••. ···--·--·-···-·-·-····-··-··-··-·-···-· Salaries and expenses, strategic services functions--··--·-····-·· Salaries and expenses, surplus property disposal. __ .•• _. _. _•..•. Salaries of clerical, administrative, and fiscal personnel, Foreign Service_ •. _-·--··-·-·-· •. ··-·-··-···-···-··-·-·-··-······--·-· Salaries of clerks, Foreign Service ••.• --·-···--·······----···---· Transportation, Foreign Service._---·---·-·-····-··-··-----···· United Nations Commission for the Investigation of War Crimes United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (allotment) ... -· ..•..... _..... - . - .• -.. - . -.•. - • ·-••... -· • - • - • · - · -- · · · United States contributions to international commissions, congresses, and bureaus_------·-·-···-· ... ····--··---···-····United States partleipati on in United Nations.·-·-··-·-····-·-United States particlpatl on in the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization·-------------·-·--··-·-· Working fund_ .. --··-··---·-•···--·-•-·-•---·-··-·--·-···-····_ Claims and Judgments.·----······-··-···-···-·····-·-·-··-··_ .. State account of advances·-·······-··-···-····-····-·-····-····Maintenance and operation of commissary or mess service (permanent indefinite, special account)·············-·-······ Supplies, materials, etc., Pan American Union (special account)_ Payments from proceeds or sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite, special account)·-····-····-·-··--·····  404 151 401 151 151 610 151 152 152  $1,430,000 --············· ·-····•····-··· -···-·-··•--···  $25,517 118,164 • 6,950 1,290,652 17,379 10,011 13,739 601 36,825,108  404 151 151 151 151 151 151 151 151  156,125 3,291,649 3,137,917 442,246 2,769 3,346,373 433,367 3,361,533 16,115  401  35,617  154  4,911  154 154 351 055 610  71,073,900 ·····-·-·-····- ·······-······· -···········--·  609 62,087,900  2,650,000 _·- .•... ·----·· .... ··--·-··--· -···-·--·------  250 31,291 3,597,386  $5,931 -····-···-····· 83,710 86 2,180 15,508 4,606,527 114,817 12,688 172 60,130 126 121,851 16,775 75,764  250 -·-······-··--630,074  2,664,881 281,517 2,365,131 875  152  70,301,324  5,054,458  3,936,486 16,578,577  199,289 473, 60&  3,620,025 • 598,945 2,460 • 20,661,475  83,360 584,436  2 3,605,593  154 151 151 151  3,703,385  12,578,240  1,537 ····-·········- --·-······-··-· ··-·-····•····-  33,000  146,497  151 151 151 154  154 154  $125,218  311,562 ----·-·--····--  --------------· 107,257  151 691 --··--·-·•···•· ····-·-········ ··-·····-·····- ·--·--------··· ··········--·-· ·----····-····· 154 -·············· ·-····-······-· ·-··-·········- ·--·····-··-··9 1 -----·-····-··151  231,612  $208,300  Total_._ ...• ·-.·-•.• __ ·-_ •.. _..• _.·-._ .... __ ..• ___ ._...... _. - . - .  307,480,375  280, 652, 390  $67, 200, 003  $204,900  81,986  298,300  209,900  281, 658, 096  671, 620, 996  395, 927, 451  302, 755, 771  2,500,000  5,000,000  5,072,940  923,526  Government corporations and enterprises:  Institute of Inter-American Affairs: The Institute of Inter-American Affairs_··········••···Liquidation of the Institute of Inter-American Affairs._ Checking account (net>-·-···-·····-·-·-·-····--·-·-·-·· Institute of Inter-American Transportation: Checking ac• count (net)._.--·_--··--·-· .• ·-·-···-·-·-·· .. ·-·--···-·... Inter-American Educational Foundation, Inc., Liquidation of Inter-American Educational Foundation, Incorporated. Prencinradio, Inc.: Checking account .• ·-····-·--·-·-···-···  151 --·-·········-· 2,500,000 -····-······-·· 5,000,000 -··-·-·····-·-· 151 • 7,000,000 ······-··-·-··- -············-· ···-······----· 7,000,000 151 -···-··-·-····· -··-·-····-···· ··-·-·-··-····· -·-·-··--·--·-· • 3,437,182 26,452  151 151 151  • l, 115,000 ··-······-····- ····-······-··· -·-·--··--·---·  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Includes appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 9). 2 Excludes $664 appropriated in 1948 for fiscal year 1947.  800000-49-XIII   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  1,115,000 • 31,440  • 32,452 ---·-·-··-···--  A94  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommendation  1948  actual  1949  1950  estimate  estimate  DEPARTMENT OF STATE-Continued Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation: Aid for Palestinian refugees __________ ----------------------Collecting and editing official papers of Territories of the United States ____________________________________________ _ Food and agricultural organization building fund __________ _ Pay increase for foreign service _____________________________ _ United States participation in international organizations .. War damage claims ________________________________________ _  152  589,400  154 151  Total, Department of State_______________________________ ______   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $16,000,000 --------------- ---------------  610 164 151  $15,000 7,000,000 1,647,100 1,000,000  427,705  $283,152,390  100, 789, 403  $7,500 1,000,000 1,378,624 1,000,000  17,000,000  17,000,000 $315,595,375  $16,000,000 ---------------  296, 320, 196  $676, 293, 826  436, 895, 644  312,065,421  A95  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental 1  recommenda• tion  1948  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office of the Secretary:  Salaries, Office of Secretary of the Treasury................. 604 Federal tort claims.......................................... 604 Salaries and expenses, health service programs.............. 604 Penalty mail costs.......................................... 604 Refunds under Renegotiation AcL ..................•.....•. 3605 China aid, Executive Office of the President (allotment).... 152 Credit to United Kingdom................................. 153 Foreign war relief (allotment)............................... 152 Overtime, leave, and holiday compensation (allotment)..... 604 Postwar refunds of excess profits tax, Revenue Act of 1942... ' 605 Expenses ol administration of settlement of War Claims Act of 1928 (special account)................................... 604 Railroad Administration and Transportation Act, special deposit account (special account)......................... 456 Federal control of transportation systems (permanent in• definite).................................................. 456 Loans to railroads after termination of Federal control, etc. (permanent indefinite).................................... 456 Payment of interest on deposits of public moneys (of Gov• ernment) of Phlllppine Islands (permanent indefiniteL.. 155 Payments from proceeds of sales, motor.propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent indefinite. special account)............... 604 Pershing Hall Memorial fund (permanent indefinite, spe• els! account).............................................. 610 Total, Office of the Secretary....•.....•...••.....••...•....••.  $409,000 20,000 75,000 6,700,000 7,500,000  $380,000 30,000 70,000 5,900,000 2,000,000  $26,400 6,440  $800,000 30,000 100,000 2,000,000  (')  $411,684 12,385  $404,100 30,709  $771,460 30,000  5, 756, 737 1,494,814  1,800,000 2,000,000 125, 000, 000  2,000,000  1, 700, 000, 000 122,930 2,294 • 3,668,994  31,663 ···-·-····-··-·  • 1,127  818  1,000  6,111  5,747  3,654  5,291  3,968  4,000  4,786, 165  6,289  6,500  1,600,000  3,765,761  3,100,000  1,600,000  3,765,761  3,100,000  9,671  3,000  3,000  32,495  3,000  3,000  5,083  5,083  5,083  4,845  5,505  5,083  21,110,210  12,164,101  6, 048, 583  1, 705, 774, 174  133, 04 7, 303  5,914, 197  275,000  52,751 269,001  44,455 3,810  -----------------------------  275,000  322,652  48,265  ---------------  208,563  137,056  156,315  32,840  Foreign funds control:  Salaries and expenses.••.•.•..•.•.•...•.•.•.•.•.......•.•... Liquidation.•••...•••.•......••...•.•....•......•.•...••.•..  503  503  Total, foreign funds control. .•..•...•.••••..•.•..••••.•.......•. Division of T&:1 Research: Salaries...............................  604  200,000  125,000  8,060  157,500  604 604  250,000 75,000  250,000 75,000  17,600  373,000 70,000  240,140 76,242  267,240 77,773  369,944 69,000  325,000  325,000  17,600  443,000  316,382  345,013  438,944  604  127,000  120,000  8,700  124,776  130,837  4,950  604  326,000 35,000  300,000  35,195 ·····-----·---·  326,807 25,882  333,725 11,082  361,000  300,000  35,195  352,689  344,807  18,447  600,000  645,000  89,217  636,216  729,552  39,853  225,000  240,000  1,200,000 333,700  221,868  225,323  1.130 000 329.000  225,000  240,000  1,533,700  22i, 868  225. 323  1,459,000  Office of General Counsel:  Salaries.•••..•...•.................•.......•...........••... Salaries and expenses, Office of Contract Settlement ...•....  Total, Office of General Counsel. ..•..••..........•........••.•. Division of Personnel: Salaries••.••••...••...••••.•.•.•.•.•••••. Office of Chief Clerk:  Salaries.•..• _._ .. _•... __ ....••• _._ ..•.....•••••••.•••.•••••. Printing and binding, Treasury Department..•.•.•••.•.•••.  604  Total, Office of Chief Clerk •.••...•.•.•.••••..•.•••.•••••...•... Office of Superintendent of Treasury Buildings: Salaries.•...•.  604  18,447  ---------------  Office of Administrative Services:  Salaries. ____ • __ ._ •.. ______ .• ____ .•.•.• __ ••••.•.•.•• __ ... -... Miscellaneous expenses ••••••.•••••••••••..•.•..•••.•...••••  604  604  Total, Office of Administrative Services.•••..•.•.••••••••...••..  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. Unless otherwise Indicated, the anticipated supplementals in this column are due to pay increases. Authorization of $1,700,000,000 to expend from public debt receipts. 1 See deduction for refunds of receipts, excluding interest, at end of this chapter and in memorandum section at end of table 8.  1 1   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A96  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Functional code No.  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommendation  1948  1950  1949  estimate  estimate  actual  TREASURY DEPARTMENT-Continued Fiscal Service: Bureau of Accounts: Salaries and expenses___________________________________ 604 Salaries and expenses, Division of Disbursement________ 604 Increase in internal revenue refunds (anticipated supplemental)_------------------------ ____ ------- 604 Recoinage of silver coins________________________________ 604 Relief of the indigent, Alaska (receipt limitation)_______ 204 Refund of moneys erroneously received and covered: Annual specific _____________________________________ a 605  $1,016,000 9,935,000  $1,475,000 10,000,000  200,000 14,000  150,000 18,000  700,000  700,000  $82,000 1,112,300  $1,640,000 10,830,000  $1,011,947 9,970,918  $1,451,397 12,064,584  $1,636,200 10,662,632  150,000 20,000  148,427 13,458  156,253 18,000  452,400 150,000 20,000  949,311  700,458  452,400  Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) _______________________________________ '605 --------------- --------------800,000 --------------- --------------700,000 Permanent indefinite _______________________________ a 605 --------------- --------------- --------------1,000,000 --------------- --------------Payment of certified claims: Annual specific ___________________ ------------------ 604 1,693,548 880,068 700,000 800,000 --------------- --·-----------Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental) ___________________________________ - --- 604 Permanent indefinite_---------·-·-----------------Fund for payment of Government losses in shipment (revolving fund) ___________________ ----------------·-Contingent expenses, foreign economic functions________ Defense aid (allotment)_________________________________ Payment of certified claims over $500 __________ - • _______ Printing and binding, Bureau of Accounts______________ Printing and binding, Division of Disbursement________ Printing and binding, foreign economic functions ______ . Recoinage of Danish West Indian coins of Virgin Islands. Salaries, foreign economic functions_____________________ Salaries and expenses, deposit of withheld taxes_________ Working fund ___________________ , ________ ----- ___ ---- -Total, Bureau of Accounts ____________________________  --------------- --------------2,000,000 --------------- --------------1,900,000 604 --------------- --------------- --------------1,500,000 --------------- --------------604 151 055 604 604 604 151 610 151 604 604  200,000  79,862,679 --------------- --------------- --------------60, 000 --------------- --------------- --------------170, 000 ------------·-- --------------- ---------------  198,776 3,020 900,003 66,509,397 31,379 172,778 1. 351  189,922 972  100,000 1,000,000  100,000 1,500,000 200,000  13,342,187 --------------51, 602 --------------- · 31,713 --------------83 ---------------  460, 000 ____ ---- ------- __ ----- -------- _------ _----- - -  --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------,------,------·-•93,117,679  4,446,700  13,143,000  15,340,000  21,018 473, 790 352 82, 099, 473  72, 068 703 ---------------  1-----31,560,010  15,821,232  Bureau of the Public Debt: Administering the public debt _________________________ _ 604 49,183,898 2,942,800 49,772,096 52,248,208 64, 800, 000 52, 000, 000 52,650,000 Increased reimbursement to Post Office Department for sale of bonds (anticipated supplemental) _____ _ 604 393,340 Distinctive paper for United States currency ___________ _ 604 1,266,822 1,460,300 1,470,957 1, 113, 000 1, 300, 000 7,700 1,461,250 Administrative expenses, payments, Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946, allotment _________________________ _ 055 52,400 867,045 2,404,710 Expenses of loans, act September 24, 1917, as amended and extended (permanent indefinite) _________________ _ 604 ---------------- --------------- --------------- --------------•8, 253 --------------- --------------1------1------1-------1------1------1,-----Total, Bureau of the Public Debt ________________________ _ 50,696,598 54,586,210 65,913,000 53,300,000 3,343,840 54,111,250 53, 435,375 Office of the Treasurer of the United States: Salaries and expenses_---------------------------------Contingent expenses, public moneys ___________________ _ Additional requirements (anticipated supplemental). Administrative expenses, payments, Armed Forces Leave Act or 1946, allotment_ ________________________ _ Printing and binding __ --------------------------------Salaries, Federal Reserve notes (reimbursable) _________ _ Expenses on account of Commodity Credit Corporation (special account) _____________________________________ _ Expenses on account of Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation (special account) ______________________________ _ Expenses on account of Federal land banks, Farm Credit Administration (special account) ____-_________ _ Expenses on account of Home Owners' Loan Corporation (special account) ________________________________ _ Expenses on account of Reconstruction Finance Corporation (special account) ______________________________ _ Contingent expenses, Federal Reserve notes (reimbursable) (permanent indefinite) ____________________ _  4,900,000 400,000  604 604 604 055 604 604  4,980,000 546, 947 5, 500, 000 4, 482, 993 375,000 --------------475,000 424,832 63,000 --------------- --------------·  140,000 --------------- --------------- ---------------  •7,250  604  • 1,350  604  •3,844  604  'I'otal, Fiscal Service ________________________________ --·-·-  •3,950 • 3,600  604  604  5,531,200 400,000 60,000  1,288 52,896  604  • 18,074 (') 1-----5,440, ooo  Total, Office of the Treasurer of the United States _______ _  164, 470, 679  -------------- - -------------- - ---------------  1,006  • 20,125  -------------- - ---------------  I  5, 355,ooo  I  609,947  5,975,000  5,117,422  6,010,143  5,991,200  I  11. 798, ooo 1  8,400,487  75,426,250  140, 652, 270  92,156,363  72,509,030  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. 3 See deduction for refunds of receipts, excluding interest, at end of this chapter and in memorandum section at end of table 8. • Excludes $547 appropriated in 1948 for fiscal year 1947.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  78,953 79,375 72,181  5,564,091 425,143 3,000  A97  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Fune• tional code No,  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommenda• tion  1948  1949  actual  estimate  1950  estimate  TREASURY DEPARTMENT-Continued Bureau of Customs:  ·Collecting the revenue from customs_....................... 604 Refunds and draw•backs: Annual specific __ .···-················ •••.•••.•......... •605 Permanent indefinite...•..•.•.......•....•........•.•... 3 605 Revolving fund_······-······-·····-·······················- 604 Export control, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Com• merce (transfer) __ ........•....................•....•.••... 503 Printing and bindin~- •.•••••..••.••••••••••••. ······-······ 604 Salaries and expenses, Office of the Secretary of Commerce (transfer) ...•••...••••••••••••••••••••••••••..........•... 610  $32, 925, 000  $32, 400, 000  19,500,000  18,000,000  $2,669,000  $35, 600, 000  $31, 733, 200  $34, 478, 828  19,030,628 18,000,000 16,000,000 -··-·-·--·····- ...........•.•. 350,000 .........•••••. ······•··•·•···  9,5, 000 ··············- ····-·········· --·············  115,770  $35,314,000  16,000,000 350,000  1,350,000 59,831 36,707  Total, Burenu of Customs ..•••.•••.•••.••.•..•......... -··-··  52,520,000  50,400,000  2,669,000  51,950,000  50,879,598  53,925,366  51,664,000  Comptroller of the Currency:  Salaries....•••••.•.•......••••...•..••.••.•.••....••.••••••. Salaries and expenses, national bank examiners (special ac• count) ........•.••••.•••••..••••.••••.•••.••.•............  501  19 ··············- ·••••·•···•••·• • 2,958  501  Total, Comptroller of the Currency...•••••...•......... --···· -·············· ·-············- ........................•.•...  • 2,939  Bureau of Internal Revenue:  Collecting the internal revenue ...•.••.•.••...••.•....•..... 604 Acceleration of recruitment (anticipated supplemental). 604 Payment to Alaska of additional income tax on railroads (receipt limitation)_ ... ·······-···· •..•.••••••••.•••••.••. 610 .Refunding internal.revenue collections: Annual sneciflc .. _..........•..••.•...••.•.••••.•••... ··- ' 605 Permanent indefinite...•.••.••.•.••••..•.••....•....... a 605  188, 000, 000  3,500 5 2,  193, 584, 000  16,717,155 773,250  4,500 -·-·······-····  232, 768, 000  184, 724, 880  208, 762, 904 152,000  232,310, 624 621,2511  10,000  6,559  9,757  10,000  2, 770, 000, 000  2, 160, 000, 000  2, 276, 382, 290  299, 000, 000 2, 770, 000, 000  Total, Bureau of Internal Revenue .................•. --··-- 2,487,003,500  2, 160, 000. 000  2,963,588,500  17,490,405  2,392,778,000  2,461,113, 729  2,978,924,661  2,392,941,874  1,430,000 4,000  1,450,000  92,275  1,560,000  1,392,422 3,650  1,528,953 2,538  1,568,620 174  1,434,000  1,450,000  92,275  1,560,000  1,396,072  1,531,491  1,568,794  604  12,000,000  12,865,000  1,295,000  17,000,000  11,621,888  13,917,098  16,969,800  604 604  5,000  3,624  1,962,300 2,625  37,700 686  11,625,512  15,882,023  17,008, 186  869,079  1,734,974 354,000 744,258  1,980.250 370,000 710,130  90,717 3,605 84,032 337,747 1,549,814 5,644  84,500 6,598 4,139 14,639 134,185 3,148  ---------------------------------------------------------  2,940,638  3,080,441  3,144,880  Bureau of Narcotics:  Salaries and expenses .......•.•...•.•.........•......••.•... Printing and binding_ .......•••.••.•.••.••••.•..•••••••.•..  207 207  Total, Bureau of Narcotics ........•..•.•....••.•.•.....•.. ·---·Bureau of Engraving and Printing:  Salaries and expenses_ .. ···-································ Increased demand for currency (anticipated supple• mental)··--···-··---···- .•..•..•.•.. ···-·······-····· Printing and binding_·················-··············-····-  Total, Bureau of Engraving and Printing...........•.... - ·····-  2,000,000  12,005,000  12,865,000  3,295,000  17,000,000  207 603 604  109,974  720,000  1, 71.5, 000 370,000 645,000  2,000,000 370,000 710,400  603 207 207 603 207 603  68,500 8,000 85,000 372,900 1,550,000 9,000  84,600  2,813,400  2,814,600  Secret Service Division:  Salaries and expenses ..•....... ······- ...•.••....•. -·- .. __ ._ Salaries and expenses, White House police_ .••............. Salaries and expenses, guard force, Treasury bulldings_··-·Reimhursement to District of Columbia, benefit payments to White House police and Secret Service forces __ ••....... Printing and binding·-··························-······-··Salaries_ ·- •.... ·- ··-·· .... ·················- .••.••...••..•.. Salaries, White House police_··--·····-····················· Suppressing counterfeiting and other crimes...•..•.•....•.•• Uniforms and equipment, White House police..•••.••• , .••.  Total, Secret Service Division •.••••••.••••••••••••••••••••••••.  77,944  84,600  187,918  3,165,000  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures, a Bee deduction for refunds of receipts, exrluding interest, at end of this chapter and In memorandum section at end of table 8. I Excludes $97 appropriated in 1948 for fiscal year 1945.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  84,500  ---------------  A98  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued APPROPRIATIONS  Organization unit and appropriation title  Fune• tional code No.  EXPENDITURES  1949 1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommenda· tion  1948  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  TREASURY DEPARTMENT-Continued Bureau of the Mint:  Salaries and expenses ...•...•.•..............••.••..•••..... Wage board increases (anticipated supplemental) •...... Transportation of bullion and coin, mints and assay offices •.. Medals for General Marshall and Admiral King ......•..... Medals for Generals Pershing and Mitchell ...........•..... Printing and binding .•......•.••........................... Salaries and expenses, mints and assay offices .....•...•..... Salaries and expenses, Office of Director.................... . Working fund .....•....•.......•.................•...••....  604 604 604 610 610 604  604 604 610  Total, Bureau of tbe Mint. ...•.....•.•...•...•.•.•.........•••.  $4,500,000 $22,500  $150,600 115,600  5,000 ··········-····  $4,937,000 ·········-----· 5,000  10,000 ··--···-·•--·-· ·········-··-·· ··-·-·-·····•·· 6,250,000 .....................•........ --·-·-·•···-···· 185, 000 ···-·•· ·--····· .. -······---··· _·-······ ... _·-.  6,467,500  4,505,000  266,200  • $3,125 1,014 4,880 9,102 4,558,442 182,489 287,987  $4,141,730 109,120 4,858  $4,745,870 6,480 5,000  4,642 609,449 16,137  150,000  4,942,000  5,040,789  4,88S, 936  4,907,350  1,800,000  1,287,308  1,364,946 82,900 1,500,000 156,840 125,275 320, 000, 000 30,000,000 6,678,949 219,562 12,000,000  1,622,200 12,100 4,000,000 79,000 233,425 515,000, 000 10.000,000 6,000,000 50,000  Bureau of Federal Supply:  Salaries and expenses ..• ··································-. Surplus property functions (anticipated supplemental) .. General supply fund (revolving fund) .•.....•.•.........•... Printing and binding ..•.•....•.•...••..•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•. Net renegotiation rebates ..•.•.•.•...•.•..•.•...•.•.....•.• _ Strategic and critical materials, act June 7, 1939, as amended. (Anticipated supplemental) ...•...............•......... Assistance to Greece and Turkey (allotment) ...•.•.•.•..... Defense aid (allotment). ....•.•.•...........•.....•...•..... Defense aid, liquidation lend.Jease program (allotment) .••.. Expenses, China aid, Economic Cooperation Administra• tion, Executive Office of the President (allotment) ....... . Foreign aid, Austria, France, and Italy (allotment) ........ . Foreign aid, China (allotment) ......•...•.................. Liquidation expenses, United Nations Relief and Rehabili· tation Administration (allotment) .....................•.. Relief assistance to countries devastated by war (allotment) .. United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (allotment) ....•.•.•...•...•.......•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.. Working capital fund, duplicating services for war agencies .•. Working fund .............•................................ Defense aid, special fund (special account) ...••............. Working fund, special fund (special account) ..•••.......•...  1,310,000 610 610 ·····•·•······· 610 170,000 604 ·············•· 055 •100,000,000 055 ··········· ... 153 .•...........•. 055 ..•• ·········•· 055 ·····•·········  610  1,275,000  94,700 95,000 1,500,000 ..••.•......... 170,000 ···•··········· 125,000 7,700 ••300,000,000 ···-·-·····-··· ··-····-······· 40,000,000 ·······•···•·•· ··••··········· ... •···•···· .•....•.•.•.• ···-·······-······· ...•..••.•.•.•.  4,000,000 • 5,396,563 -···········-·154,858 242,000 ··-·--··-······ ••564,ooo,ooo 98,773,493 ··•·········• .. ········-·-···· ··•····· ...... 9,361,050 ..••• ····•·•••· • 4,283,891 ··•··•••·•·•··· 690,500  152 152 152  1,597,340 92,918  104,595 693,515 530,473  5,000 5,000 4,000  152 152  703,254 3,419,636  22,232 2,345,177  10,000  152 610 610 055 610  33,298,222 5,210 62,299 1,122,081 2,477  94,116 36,812 141,976 523  2,100 202,400  140, 890, 192  376, 097, 891  537,225,225  Total, Bureau of Federal Supply···-·-·•·-·--············· ··-···  101, 480, 000  303, 070, 000  40,197,400  570, 042, 000  Coast Guard:  Salaries, Office of Commandant...•.•.•.•••.•.•.•.•.•.•..... Pay and allowances .....•.•.•••.....•.•.•.•.•.•.••..•.•.•.•. General expenses ......••.•.•.........•.•.•.•.•••••.•.•.•.•. Civilian employees ..•.•.•.•••.•...•.•.•.•.•.•.•••..•...•... Retired pay........................•.•.•.•.•...•.•.•....•... Increased requirements (anticipated supplemental) ..... Acquisition, construction, and improvements......•...•.•.. Coast Guard supply account ...•...•...........•.•..•....... Acquisition of vessels and shore facilities.·-··-·············· Administrative expenses, payments, Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946 (allotment) .......... ·········-····---·-··-···· Emergency construction, vessels and shore facilities ........ . Emergency fund for the President, national defense (allot• ment) ...... ·- .. ···-·-·· ·- ·····-· -· -· ......... ·- -· -·-·-·-·· Establishing and improving aids to navigation ... ·-·---··-·· Payments, Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946 (allotment) .... _ Retired pay, former Lighthouse Service ......... ·-···-···-·· Payments computed on gross instead of net salary (anticipated supplemental reappropriation) ..•.•.•. _.. Salaries, merchant marine inspection.......... •·······-··-·Salaries and expenses._·········-··························· Salaries and expenses, merchant marine inspection .•••••• --.  452 452 452 452 452 452 452 452 452  ···•·-·-······· 2,260, 784 60,000 2,500,000 76,401 ·····-········· 71,295, 154 ·····-·-······· 77,445,000 1,961,254 ·•···-········· 39,225,070 ···•·•••···•·•· 39,988,000 10,237,216 ·····•·•······· 4,218,992 80,000 4,500,000 93,950 ·······-·-····· 12,000,000 ···-·······•··· 13,134,000 .....•••.••••.. ·•···-·····-··· ·-·•·•·•······· 140,000 ··········-···· ·····•·······-· ...•.......•... 11,438, 755 ·········-·-··· 12,000,000 ···-·······•-•· ···•·•·•·•·•·•· .•............. ·•·•·•·•·•····· ·······-······· • 478,150 ·········-·•··· ·•·····•·•····· ......•........ ............... 1,578,478  2,193,484 67,701,454 28,015,972 4,063,392 12,000,000 140,000 7,242,755  2,483,300 76,452,000 38,541,000 4,484,800 13,134,000  2,923,614  208,521  055 452  67,953 • 13,595  547 13,294  452 452 055 452  82,086 1,685,402 4,011,626 5,710  1,930,185 120,000 16,676  295,000  452 455 452 455  100,000  100,000  19,402 90,458,735 100,798  12,933,659  1,269,000  106,050,000 ·····•·•······· ···········-··· ·••••·•·•·••••·  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Excludes contract authorizations (see table 9). • Includes appropriations to liqmdate contra.ct authorizations (see table 9). • Excludes reappropriation of unobllgated balances (see table 4).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  11,226,000  A99  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Funetional code No.  1949 1948 actual Actual  Anticipated supplemental  1950 recommendation  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  TREASURY DEPARTMENT-Continued Coast Guard-Continued Site and construction of Coast Guard station, act June 29, 1936 _____________________________ -- __ --- _____ --- -- _-- _-- ___ Special projects, aids to navigation __________________________ Working fund. _____________________________________________ Proceeds of sale of Coast Guard sites (special account) ______ Total, Coast Guard _______________________________________  452 452 452 452  ------  • $5,823 --------------- ----------------------------- --------------- --------------- --------------97,549 $174,194 $42,000 --------------- ------------ --- --------------- --------------248,669 463,119 110,000 --------------- ----- ---------- --------------- --- --- -•------600,000 --------------$600,000 --- --------- -- - ------- ------- - --------------- --------------106, 650, 000  $140, 438, 755  604  1,737,673  650  5, 187,849, 708  5, 325, 000, 000  Total, Treasury Department_ ____________________________ Deduct: Refunds of receipts, excluding interest•--------------  ------  8,147,704,670 2, 270, 159, 063  8, 889, 848, 956 2, 708,691,000  Total, Treasury Department, excludingrefundsofrecelpts_  ------  5, 877, 545, 607  6, 181, 157, 956  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. 1 See memorandum section at end of table 8 for detail.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $149,567,000  --------------- --------------- ---------------  Miscellsneous: Claims, judgments, and private relief acts _______ Interest on the public debt (permanent appropriation, indefinite)_------------------------------------ _________________  605  $280,000  ---------------  110,227,661 782,849  140, 632, 345  148,345,621  --------------- --·-------------  5, 450, 000, 000  5, 187,849, 708  5, 325, 000, 000  5, 450, 000, 000  73,070,297 800,000  8, 724, 613, 033 2, 096, 991, 000  9,821,353, 399 2, 237, 647, 112  9, 127, 124, 673 2, 709, 391, 458  8, 687,346, 666 2,097,091,000  72,270,297  6,627,622,033  7, 583, 706, 287  6,417,733,215  6, 590, 255, 666  AlOO  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS Organization unit and appropriation title  Funetional code No.  1949 1948 actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  1950 recommendation  1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (United States Share) Federal annual contribution _____________________________________ Rea;ular divided accounts: Purchase of construction materials, reimbursable, 50 percent (permanent) ______________________________________________ Miscellaneous expenses, Freedmen's Hospital_ ______________ Total, District of Columbia (United States share) _________   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  610  $12, 000, 000  610 - ------------ -206 --------------12,000,000  $12, 000, 000 __ .., ____________  $12, 000, 000  --------------- --------------- --- ---------- ---------------- --------------- - --- ----- -----12,000,000  ---------------  ]2,000,000  $12, 000, 000  12,651  $12, 000, 000  19,328 -  $12, 000, 000  --------------  4 - -------------- - --------- -----  12,012,655  12,019,328  12,000,000  AlOl  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued MEMORANDUM [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS 1949  Organization unit and appropriation title  1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  1948  recommenda• tion  actual  1949  estimate  1950  estimate  CAPITAL TRANSFERS FROM EXPENDITURE TO RECEIPT ACCOUNTS! Independent Government <orporatlons:  Reconstruction Finance Corporation: Repayment of capital stock .••• ·--······-·-·-·-········-·------ -------·------- _____________________________________________ -------·------- $225, 000, 000 Dividend_._·- ________________ -···-- •• ________ -·------·- ________________ ·- _______________________________________________________________ _ 307, 391, 555 $10,000,000 Repayment of capital stock, Smaller War Plants Corporation_ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ 3,000.000 Deposit, amounts realized from operations, War Damage Corporation _____________ ·-·----- -- --- --- -- -- -- --·--- ---- --- -- -- - _____________________________________________ ---·--·-------209,908,866 Proceeds from liquidation and/or operation of activities for 100, 000, 000 nati9nal defense-··--·--·-·--····------------------··-------- _______________ --·------------ _______________ -----------··-- ----·---·-----Tennessee Valley Associated Cooperatives, Inc.: Surplus from liquidation __________________________________________________ --·- ______ ---·-·- _______ • ·- ____________________________________ _ 15,084 50,000 Tennessee Valley Authority: Receipts from power operations and other sources ___________________________________________ --·-_.·- ______ • ___ ·- _____ ---· _____ -••- ______________________________ _ 8,036,326 3,000,000  $17, 888, 300 3,000,000  100, 000, 000  3,000,000  Department or Agriculture:  Commodity Credit Corporation: 17,693,492 Deposit of eicess capital. __________________________________ • __________________ -------·------- _______________ -·------------47,707,008 10,000,000 1,875,000 Interest on capital stock paid to U. S. Treasury ___ --·--------- -·------------- _______________ ---·-----·----- _______________ -·------------I, 875,000 Production credit corporations: Repayment of capital stock_. ___________________________________ ----·---------- _____________________________ _ 30,000,000 Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation: Dividend ___________________ --------------" ___________________________________________________________ _ 68,000,000 Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation: Refund of money ad• vanced under Emergency Relief and Construction Act of 1932 __ ·•-------------- ____________________________________________ _ 12,500,000 --------------- --------------Department of the bttcrior:  Repayment of 11dvances to Colorado River dam fund, Boulder Canyon project _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _ Repayment of advances to Colorado River dam fund, All-American Canal ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _ Department or Justice: Prison Industries fund: Dividend ___________________________________________ ---------·--·-- ______________ _ National Military Establishment: United States Spruce Production Corporation: Surplus from liquidation___ ·--------·--··----·--------- ----------·---- ____________________________________________ _  2,490,765  2,575,000  2,500,000  180,000 2,000,000  350,000 2,562,000  300,000 1,500,000  791, 475, 647  140, 063, 300  37,358  Total, capital transfers from expenditure to receipt accounts_____ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________  262,896,807  REPAYMENTS TO RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORPORATION OF ADVANCES MADE TO OTHER FUNDS Funds appropriated to the President:  Assistance to Greece and TurkeY------------------------·--------- ------·-------- ____________________________________________ _ $100, 000, 000 Relief assistance to war-devastated countries _____ • ____________________________________________________________________________ _ 75,000,000 Independent Government corporations: Reconstruction Finance Corporation___ ·---------------·------------·-----------·-·--·----·-----_ ----·-·-------- ------------ ____ -------------- ______ ·------- _ 175,000,000 Cl  Total repayments (net)--·-------·---·--------------------------- _____________________________________________ --------------- --------------- --------------- ---------------  REFUNDS OF RECEIPTS (EXCLUDING INTEREST) Treasury Department:  Office of the Secretary: Refunds under Renegotiation Act·------·--------------------$7,489,987 $1,991,000 _______________ $1,991,000 $3;, 484,801 Postwar refunds of excess profit tax, Revenue Act of 1942 _____________________ -------------·- _____________________________ _ • 3,668,994 Fiscal service: Bureau of Accounts: Refund of moneys erroneously received and covered _____________________________________ _ 700,000 1,000,000 949,311 700,000 $800,000 19,030,628 18,000,000 16,000,000 Bureau of Customs: Refunds and draw•backs _____ -------- _______ _ 19,500,000 Bureau of Internal Revenue: Refunding internal-revenue collections____________________________________________________________ 2,242,469,076 2,688,000,000 _______________ 2,078,000,000 2, 219, 851, 366 Total, refunds of receipts (excluding lnterestl--·---------------- 2,270,159,063  2,708,691,000  800,000  2,096, 991,000  2 2,  237, 647, 112  $1,991,000  $1,991,000  1,400,458 18,000,000  1,100,000 16,000,000  2,688,000, 000  2,078,000, 000  2, 709, 391, 458  2,097,891, 000  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. Represents payments from expenditure accounts of Government corporations and enterprises Into miscellaneous receipts of the Treasury for retirement of paid-in capital and disposition of surpius. a On a checks-issued basis. Excludes adjustment to daily Treasury statement of $34,227,665, which results In an adjusted total (daily Treasury statement basis) of $2,271,874,777. 1   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A102  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  8-Continued  BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES-Continued MEMORANDUM-Continued EXPENDITURES  APPROPRIATIONS 1949  Organization unit and appropriation title  1950  1948  actual  Actual  Anticipated supplemental  recommendation  1948  1949  estimate  actual  1950  estimate  STATUTORY PUBUC DEBT RETIREMENTS  Redemption of bonds and notes from War Damage Corporation earnings_____________________________________________________________ $209, 908, 866 Cumulative sinking fund (permanent indefinite)______________________ 603,450,008 $618,996,000 _______________ $618,996,000 Obligations retired from Federal intermediate credit bank franchise tax receipts (permanent indefinite, special account) _______________ _ 195,100 222,120 178,181 Purchase and/or redemption of bonds, etc., from cash repayments of principal by foreign governments (permanent indefinite, special account) ______________________________________________ . __________________ . ________________________________________ --------------Redemption of bonds, etc., from deposits of excess capital of Commodity Credit Corporation (permanent indefinite, special account) .. 17,693,492 10,000,000 47,707,008 --------------Redemption of bonds, etc., from repayments of principal of loans, etc., Public Works Administration (permanent indefinite, special account) __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _  $209,827, 810 746, 635, 800  $81,056 12,310,000  1,634,377  25 --------------- --------------45,509,037  8,028,951 --------------- ---------------  Retirements from gifts, forfeitures, and other miscellaneous receipts (permanent indefinite, special account) __________________________________________________________________________________________ --------------- --------------- --------------Total, statutory public debt retirements_________________________   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  831, 274, 486  666, ss1, 189 _______________  629,191,100  1, on, 636, ooo  12,391,056 --------- ·-----  A103  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  9  CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS TO LIQUIDATE CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950]  Organization unit and appropriation title  1949 actual 1950 recommended 1948 actual Func-r-----------,,--------1·-------,--------1-------.------tional Appropriations Appropriations Appropriations code to liquidate conNew contract New contract to liquidate con• New contract to liquidate conNo. authorizations authorizations tract authorizaauthorizations tract authorizatract authorizations tions tions  Legislative Branch: Architect of the Capitol: Capitol building, Senate and House roofs and chambers __ 601 Acquisition of site, construction, and equipment, additional Senate Office Building __________________________ _ 601  Total, legislative branch _____________________________ . ____ _ American Battle Monuments Commission: Construction of memorials and cemeteries __________________________________ _ Atomic Energy Commission: Salaries and expenses __________ _ Anticipated supplementaL ______________________________ _ National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics: Construction and equipment ____________________________________________ _ United States Maritime Commission: Salaries and expenses _____ -------------------------------Anticipated supplementaL __________________________ _ Veterans Administration: Hospital and domiciliary facilities_  $1,374,500  $1,374,500  19,750,000  10,000,000  21,124,500  11,374,500  610 406 406  400,000,000 ------------------  454  2,143,000 ------------------  451 451 104  $1,276,500 -----------------400, 000, 000 $250, 000, 000 25,000,000 18,200,000 75,000,000 31,500,000 43,000,000  338, 250, 000  2,143,000  1,276,500 375, 000, 000  21,500,000  7,277,200  60,000,000  12,000,000 13,000,000  (1)  202, 000, 000  Federal Security Agency: Howard University: Construction of buildings ___________ _ 302 865,750 3,793,675 Public Health Service: Grants for hospital construction______________________ 206 75,000,000 40,000,000 75,000,000 $15, 000, 000 Mental health activities._____________________________ 206 2,300,000 Operating expenses, National Institute of Health_____ 206 Operating expenses, National Cancer Institute_______ 206 8,000,000 -----------------Operating expenses, National Heart Institute________ 206 Construction of research facilities_____________________ 206 25, 630,000 Saint Elizabeths Hospital: Construction and equipment, storeroom, etc__________ 206 1,044,000 Construction and equipment, building for the hous2,015,000 ing, care, and treatment of me.ntaily sick patients___ 206 --- --- ------ --- --- -- --r------Total, Federal Security Agency _______________________ _ 114, 854, 750 78,793,675 15,000,000 40,000,000 l======l======I Federal Works Agency: Public Buildings Administration: National industrial reserve _____________ , ____________ _ 055 ----- -- -- --------- _----------------5,000, 000 --------- ---- ----Anticipated supplementaL ___________________________ _ 055 ------------------ ------------------ -----------------5,000,000 Hospital Center, District of Columbia_______________ _ 206 19,500,000 -----------------Geophysical Institute, Alaska _______________________ _ 304 875, 000 -----------------General Accounting Office Building, District of Col um bis _________________________________________ _ 610  $5,000,000 427, 000, 000  5,882,300  4,659,425  75,000,000 140,000 1,925,000 900,000 630,000 12,900,000  20,000,000 900,000 3,000,000 13,100,000 1,044,000  -- -----------  Federal Conrts Building, District of Columbia_______ West central heating plant, Washington, D. c_______ Public Roads Administration: Elimination of grade crossings________________________ Federal-aid postwar construction program____________ Forest highways______________________________________ Federal-aid highway system__________________________ Federal-aid secondary or feeder roads_________________ War and emergency damage, Territory of Hawaii_____  7,300,000 ------------------ ------------ -----1 427, 288,854 450,000,000 •400, 000, 000 453 ------------------ -----------------20,000,000 -----------------20,000,000 7,500,000 453 -----------------10,288,854 ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ -----------------453 ------------- ----3,000,000 ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ -----------------453 2,000,000 _________________________________________________________________________________________ _  1-------1--------1------534,683,194 262, 250, 000 45,375,000  851 851   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  439, 588, 854  470,000, 000  418, 375, 000  300,000 300,000 ------------------ ------------------  351 ------------------ -----------------100,000 ------------------ ------------------ -----------------351 ------------------ - ---- ---- ----- ---- -----------------100,000 ------- ----------- -----------------453 7,500,000 ,__ - ----------- ---- -- -- ------------ -- -- -- ------ ---- --- -  _____ -- _  454 9,000,000 454 -----------------454 -----------------454 ------------------  Total, Department of Commerce------------------- -----• Excludes rescission of prior year contract authorization. 2 Immediately available in prior year.  -- ----- __ , - - -- - -- ----- ---- -- -- ---•· ------- ---- ------- -- ----- ---- ----- ------------------- -----------------2 875, 000 ------------------  453 ------- ----------- ------------------ -----------------453 500, 000, 000 247,711,146 ------------------  Total, Department of Agriculture ______________________ ------ ------------------ -----------------Department of Commerce: Civil Aeronautics Administration: Construction of public airports, Territory of Alaska.__ Establishment of air-navigation facilities______________ Federal-aid airport program, Federal Airport Act_____ Air navigation development__________________________  44,718,425  5,000,000 17,808,194 ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ -----------------602 5,000,000 14,875,000 ------------------ ------------------ ------------------ -----------------610 -----------------1,250,000 ------------------ ------------------ -----------------· ------------------  Total, Federal Works Agency______________________ ______ Department of Agriculture: Research on agricultural problems in Alaska _____________ _ Anticipated supplemental__ __________________________ _ Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering: Salaries and expenses-----------------------Anticipated supplementaL __________________________ _ Forest roads and trails ___________________________________ _  2,015,000 97,377,300  7,900,000  400,000 ------------------ ------------------  ------------------ ·----------------- ------------------ ----------------------------------12,341,499 -----------------26,500,000 -----------------37,000,000 -----------------36,500,000 ------------------ ------------------ -----------------4,000,000 67,000,000 49,341,499 -----------------9,000,000 ------------------  5,800,000 8,000,000 11,500,000  ,-------  1======1======1,======l=======l======I  25,300,000  A104  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  9-Continued  CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS TO LIQUIDATE CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Organization unit and appropriation title  1949 actual 1948 actual 1950 recommended Fun~t--------------1---------------1-------------tional Appropriations Appropriations Appropriations code New contract to liquidate con• New contract to liquidate con• New contract to liquidate con• No. tract authorizaauthorizations tract authoriza• authorizations tract authoriza• authorizations tions tions tlons  Department of the Interior:  Office of the Secretary: Construction, operation, and main• tenance, power transmission facilities ..... _............ . Bonneville Power Administration: Construction, opera• tion, and maintenance, Bonneville power transmission system .•. •········-···································· Anticipated supplementaL. .• _••• -···•······-·····•··· Bureau of Land Management: Revested Oregon and C1\li• fornia Railroad and reconveyed Coos Bay Wagon Road grant lands, Oregon (reimbursable) •.•..••.............. Bureau of Indian Affairs: Construction, buildings and utilities, Indian Service. Alaska native service (permanent contract authoriza• tions) ......... ··-·· .•...••..••. ······-· ....•. ··-· ••. Bureau of Reclamation: Reclamation fund, special fund .•• Bureau of Mines: Construction and equipment ofllgnite research labora• tory, Grand Forks, N. Dak.••..•••••.••.•••..•._•-·· Synthetic liquid fuels ..... ·-····-····-·-·-·········· •. National Park Service: Parkways.• ·-·················••· Government in the Territories: Construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, and trails, Alaska (permanent contract authorizations) .. Construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, and trails, Alaska (annual) .• ·-···················•··•··· Alaska Railroad, special fund (permanent indefinite, special account) .....• ···-··--··· •••••••....•• ··-· ••  401 .....••............•..........•.....•.•••••••...•..•.. •·••·••••····•••··  $5, 800, 000 •..••.••••.•••••••  401 401  18,500,000  $7, 690, 100 ••.•.......•......  $11, 888, 500 1,563,000  $2,989,000  402  $10, 500, 000  250,000 5,925,000  610 610 401  1,000,000 215,000  $600,000  1,000,000 3,600,000  867,110  750,000  2,000,000  1,000,000  1,000,000  403 . • . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . .. . • . • . . 550, 000 . . • • • • . • • . . • . • .. . . . . • . • .• . . . • . • . • . • • 550, 000 403 . . • • . . . . . . . • . . • . . . 4, 000, 000 . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . • • . • • . • • • . . • • • . . •.............• · · .• · · · • · • • • · • · · · · · · 405 . • • . . • • . . . • . • • • • . . . • • . . • • . . • . . • • . . • • 2, 680, 000 . . . . • . • •• . • • . . • • •. .• • . . • . . . . . . . . • . . . 5, 180, 000  453  2,000,000 }  453  4,000,000  456  15,000,000  900,000 {······13,904,000·}  Total, Department of the Interior ....•.••....•...••...•  29,905,100  5,500,000  2,000,000  r-······  7,000,000.}  17,904,000  12, 000, 000  15,000,000  22,000,000  12,000,000  53,110,500  20,856,110  55,300,000  49,134,000  Department of Justice: Federal Prison System: Buildings  and equipment.............................................  207 ................•...•.•.•.•.•...•••..•..••.••••.••..•.....•.•.•.•.•.•.•.  1,000,000 ················•·  National Military Establishment:  Department of the Air Force: Construction of aircraft and related procurement.••••. Department of the Air Force.......•......•.•...•..... Department of the Army: Military functions: Signal Corps...•.•••.•...•....•...•.•...•••.•.•.••••.. Corps of Engineers: Engineer service.....•.••..............••.......•. Military construction.••••........................ Ordnance Department: Ordnance service and sup• plies....•...•.•.•.•...•.•.•..•....•...•..••.•••.•••• Army National Guard .....•............•...•.•.•.•••• Quartermaster Corps: Quartermaster service...•..••.. Department of the Navy: Bureau of Yards and Docks: Public works •••••..•... Bureau of Aeronautics: Construction of aircraft and related procurement. Aviation, Navy •••.••••.•••.•••••••.••.••••••.... Shipbuilding: Construction of ships .•..........•................ Increase in cost of 1949 program.............. . Increase in cost of 1948 program ..........••... Ordnance for new construction ......•.......•.... Increase in cost of 1949 program.............. . Increase in co~t of 1948 program ............•.. Increase and replacement of naval vessels: Construction and machinery ................ . Armor, armament, and ammunition ......... . Anticipated supplemental. .•.............. Increase in cost of prior year program ..... .  052 052  1,687,000,000 430, 000, 000  053  6,000,000  053 053  2,000,000  250, 000, 000  1, 415, 000, 000 50,000,000  800, 000, 000 50,000,000  5,000,000 2,000,000  75,000,000  75,000,000  2, 000, 000 •. . • • • • •• • • • . . . • . . 70, 000, 000 2, 000, 000 . •. • • •• • • • . • •• • • • . 70, 000, 000 053 15, 000, 000 . . . • . . . . .. . . . . . • . . • . • • • .• . . •. .. . . . . . 15, 000, 000 • •. • •• •• •• •• • • • . • . • ••••••••......... 053 053 . ....•............ ···•••·•·•·•···•··· 25,000,000 ···-·····-········ ·•••·•••••·•••·••• 25,000,000 50, 000, 000  054  I  054 054  588, 000, 000 } 248, 000, 000  054 054 054 054 054 054  122, I 00, 000  054 051  054 054  Total, National Military Establish• ment. .............................•........  97,370,000  130, 000, 000 (•)  (3)  45,950,000 ~  ~  190, 400, 000 85,267,000 113, lXl8, 000 89,600,000 26,057,000 19,414,000 ~  20,000,000  35,000,000  576, 546, 000  418, 000, 000  }  a 56, 800, 000  15,000,000  165,000,000  }  19,470,000  32,000,000  65,000,000  ~  ~  :::::::t:::::::: ::·:::::~·;:::::::: : : : :; :~~~:~i~: ······· S:ooo. ooo. }················· 3. 292, 420, 000  380, 000, 000  778, 623, 715  107,870, 000  2, 058, 546, 000  38,000,000 70,000,000  1, 811, 000, 000  t Excludes rescission of prior year contract authorization. • Excludes tranMers of appropriations from "Increase and replacement of naval vessels, construction and machinery" to "Construction of ships," 1948, $9,700,000; 1949, $14,300,000. 3 Excludes transfers of appropriation balanc<>s from ''Increase and replacement of naval vessels, armor, armament, and ammunition" to "Ordnance for new construction," 1948,  $4,580,000; 1949, $1,700,000.  • Excludes reductions of prior year contract authorizations.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A105  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  9-Continued  CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS TO LIQUIDATE CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS-Continued BY ORGANIZATION UNIT AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Organization unit and appropriation title  1949 actual 1950 recommended 1948 actual Fun~l------~-------1----------r-------1--------,------tional Appropriations Appropriations Appropriations code to liquidate conNew contract to liquidate conNew contract to liquidate con- New contract No. tract authorizatract authorizatract authorizaauthorizations authorizations authorizations tions tions tions  Department of State:  International information and educational activities _____ _ 151 Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation __________ _ 155 Liquidation of the Institute of Inter-American Affairs ___ _ 151 Liquidation of Inter-American Educational Foundation, Inc ____________________________________________________ _  $1,000,000 ------------------ -----------------26, 400,000 ------------------ ------------------  $1,0U0,000 16,400,000  Tl, 400,000 __________________ ------------------  17,400,000  $7,000,000 1,115,000  151  Total, Department of State __________________________________________________ _  8,115,000  Treasury Department:  Bureau of Federal Supply: Strategic and critical materials:. 055 Anticipated supplementaL __________________________ _ 055 Total.. ________ ---------------- __________________________ _  $75,000,000 ------------------  4, 781, 319, 469  670, 865, 000  300, 000, 000 270, 000, 000  $75,000,000  $211, 000, 000  2, 215, 581, 964  1, 162, 857, 964  3, 473, 723, 300  I  250, 000, 000  3, 035, 855, 625  Anticipated supplementals for 1950 under proposed legislation:  National Science Foundation ____________________________ _ Housing and Home Finance Agency: Grants for slum clearance ____________________________ _ Annual contributions, low-rent housing program_. __ _ Department of Agriculture: Farm housing program: Contributions _____ • __ • ______________________________ _ Grants ______________________________________________ _  304  12,500,000  253 251  100, 000, 000 85,000,000  252 252  500,000 1,000,000  National Military Establishment: Public works, special programs, military pay adjustment, etc _______________ _ 050  185, 000, 000  Total, contract authorizations and appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations ________________________ _ 1 Immediately   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  available in prior year.  4, 781, 319, 469  670, 865, 000  2, 215, 581, 964  1, 162, 857, 964  3, 857, 723, 300  3, 035, 855, 625  A106  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  10  SUMMARY OF TRUST ACCOUNT RECEIPTS, EXPENDITURES, AND APPROPRIATIONS Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] 1948 actual  Description  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  TRUST ACCOUNT RECEIPTS (see table 11 lor detail): Unemployment trust fund: Deposits by States.................................................................... $1,007,343, 720 $982,000,000 $908, 000, 000 Deposits by Railroad Retirement Board............................................... 130,633,530 .•....•.•...••••..........•. 14,319,000 Interest on investments............................................................... 165,279,218 181,500,000 184, 641, 932 Transfers from general and special accounts............................................ 9,650,100 8,967,357 5,104,264 Proposed legislation..•..•.............................................................................•.....•..........•.•......•••••••••••... 230, 000, 000 Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund: Appropriation from general account receipts........................................... 1, 616, 044, 525 1, 754,000,000 2, 420, 000, 000 Interest on investments............................................................... 190,562,313 228,000,000 262, 289, 440 Transfers from general and special accounts............................................ 700,000 3,279,400 3,604,000 Proposed legislation .......•.•...•.•••.•................•........................................••.......•....•.••............••....•.•.•...•. 1, 700, 000, 000 Railroad retirement aerount: Interest on investments_.............................................................. 38,875,492 50,700,000 62,000,000 758,488,498 564,570,000 Transrers from general and special accounts........................................... 715,880,000 Health insurance trust fund: Proposed legislation ...•.•............•..................•.............•••......•...........•..•.•........•.•••.••.. 260, 000, 000 Veterans' life insurance funds: Premiums and other receipts ...................................................•...•.. 434, 299, 020 447,264,000 466, 830, 000 Interest on investments .......................................•.................•..... 243, 003, 836 265,120,000 278, mo, ooo Transfers from general and special accounts .......................................... . 144,617,154 481, 807, 500 56,098,000 Federal employees' retirement funds: Deductions from employees' salaries and other receipts ............................... . 338, 454, 921 238,753,314 361, 109, 202 Interest and profits on investments ..........•............•.•...••.................... I 08, 206, 225 119, 890, 075 138, 796, 047 Transfers from general and special accounts ...........•.....•...................••.... 247,470,000 227, 544, 000 331,794,000 Other trust accounts: 6, 000, 000 12,000,000 Transfers from general and special accounts........................................... 12,000,000 Miscellaneous trust receipts .....................•.........••...................•..... _ 420,518,488 202, 362, 976 208, 082, 204 Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis............................................ 1 +754, 775,648 ..•.••••••••••.•..............•....••••••..•....•.•..... Total, trust account receipts ......••.•.•.•.•.•....................................... ··-  f----------  TRUST ACCOUNT EXPENDITURES (see table 12 for detail): Unemployment trust fund: Withdrawals by States and other expenditures ............... . Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund: Benefit payments and administra· tive expenses ....•...................................................................... _ Railroad retirement account: Benefit pa yrnents and other expenditures.................. . Veterans' life insurance funds: Insurance losses and refunds •..........•.................. Federal employees' retirement funds: Annuities and refunds ..•.•........................ Other trust accounts: Miscellaneous trust expenditures.................................. . Checking accounts of Government corporations (not wholly owned) with the Treasurer of the United States (net).····························································Other epecial deposit accounts (net) ..................................................... . Sales and redemptions of obligations of Government corporations and credit agencies in the market (net)........................................................................ Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis............................................  2 6,  515,230,081  5, 957, 460, 220  8, 798, 718, 079  856, 440, 214  962, 700, 000  1, 169, 754, 000  559, 021, 847 222, 151, 181 376, 948, 679 243,757,805 ros, 921, 011  655, 740, 156 288, 600, 000 381, 228, 000 274,108,938 382, 877, 119  2, 244, 762, 842 316,585,000 2, 421, 200, 000 277, 137, 635 280,675,094  144, 705, 188 30,125,429  132, 750, 000 270, 000, 000  68,250,000 66,000,000  • 107,387,658 907,356  • 109, 071, 551  • 71,741,250  2, 765, 632, 969  2, 709, 527, 567  1 +014,  1-----------~----------·l----------Total, trust account expenditures....................................................... 3,740,507,112 •a, 247,032,662 6, 781, 623, 321  Net accumulations In trust accounts ........................................•.......•...  TRUST ACCOUNT INVESTMENTS IN UNITED STATES SECURITIES (see table 12 for detail): Unemployment trust fund ....................................................... !......... 446,398,623 209,182,856 Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund........................................ 1,104,445,007 1,369,782,896 Railroad retirement aerount............................................................... 569,000,000 328,259,000 Health insurance trust fund: Proposed legislation..•.................•..........•..........•.•.•...........................•.................•.•. Veterans' life insurance funds.............................................................. 403,500,000 400,904,000 363, 082, 000 411, 857, 801 Federal employees' retirement funds...................................................... Other trust accounts...................................................................... • 6,450,000 • 700,000  2,017,094, 758  262,311, 196 2, 141, 149, 168 460, 962, 000 260,000,000 • 1, 678, 615, 000 554, 562, 604 a. 800,000  Total, trust account investments....•...................................................  3, 059, 975, 630  2, 719, 286, 643  1, 909, 569, 068  Total, trust account expenditures and investments..................................... .  6,809,572, 742  5, 067, 219, 305  8, 781, 193, 289  TRUST ACCOUNT APPROPRIATIONS (see table 12 lor detail): Unemployment trust fund................................................................. 1,312,906,568 1,172,467,357 1,807,306,838 1,985,279,400 Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund........................................ 797,363,990 615,270,000 Railroad retirement aerount................................................................ Health Insurance trust fund: Proposed legislation.......................................... .........•...•.............. ............•............... 821,920,010 1,194,191,500 Veterans' life insurance funds............................................................. 594, 438, 539 685,888, 996 Federal employees' retirement funds...................................................... Other trust aerounts............................................. -........................ 479,006,622 296,205,287 Total, trust account appropriations ..•....•.•..••.................................•......  • 5,812, 042, 567  1,432,065,106 4,385,893,440 777,889,000 260,000,000 801,088,000 831, 700, 239 202,159,066  l-----------+---------5, 949, 302, 540  8, 780, 794, 941  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Deduct, excess of liquidations over purchases. • Deduct, excess of sales over redemptions. 1 Due largely to transfer to Budget receipts of approximately $750,000,000 of proceeds from sale of surplus war•built merchant vessels. 2 Excludes bookkeeping transfer of $3,000,000,000 from general accounts for 1948. Expenditures for 1940 are included under Budget expenditures for "Economic cooperation: Foreign assistance."   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A107  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABL'E  11  RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS BY FUND AND SOURCE  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950] 1948 actual  Source  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  Unemployment trnst fund: Deposits by States (net) _________________________________________________________________ _  $1, 007, 343, 720  $982, 000, 000  $998, 000, 000  Railroad unemployment insurance account: Deposits by Railroad Retirement Board _____________________________________________ _ Transfers from railroad unemployment insurance _____________________________________ _ Interest on investments __________________________________________________________________ _  130, 633, 530 9,650,100 165, 279, 218  8,967,357 181, 500, 000  14,319,000 5,104,264 184, 641, 932  Total, unemployment trust fund, based on existing legislation___________________________ 1,312,906,568 1,172,467,357 Proposed legislation ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _ Total, unemployment trust fund, based on existing and proposed legislation ____________ _  1,312, 906, 568  Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund: Appropriation from general account receipts ______________________________________________ _ 1,616,044, 525 Interest on investments ________________________ --------------------------- _______________ _ 190, 562, 313 Transfers from general and special accounts: Reimbursement for veterans' benefits under sec. 210 of Social Security Act, as amended_ ---------------------------Salaries and expenses, Bureau of Old Age and Survivors Insurance____________________ 700,000  1, 202, 065, 196 230, 000, 000  1,172,467,357  1,432,065,196  1,754,000,000 228, 000, 000  I 2, 420, 000, 000 262,289,440  2,974,000 2 305,400  3,604,000  Total, Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, based on existing legislation_______________________________________________________________________________ 1,807,306, 838 1,985,279,400 Proposed legislation: Appropriation from general account receipts (including disability insurance)_______________________________________________________________________________ _____ _________ ___________ ___ ___________________________ _  2, 68.,, 893, 440  a 1, 700, 000, 000  Total, Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, based on existing and proposed legislation __________________ ------------------------ _________________________ _  1, 8C7, 306,838  1, 985, 279, 400  4, 385, 893, 440  Railroad retirement account: Interest on investments __________________________________________________________________ _ Transfers from general and special accounts ______________________________________________ _  38,875,492 758, 488, 498  60,700,000 564, 570, 000  62,000,000 715, 889, 000  Total, railroad retirement account ______________________________________________________ _  797, 363, 990  615, 270, 000  777, 889, 000  Health insurance trust fund: Proposed legislation: Appropriation from general account receipts _____________________________________________________ ---------------------------Veterans' life insurance funds: National service life insurance fund: Premiums and other receipts _________________________________________________________ _ Interest on investments ______________________________________________________________ _  I  260, 000, 000  Transfers from general and special accounts_------------------------------------------  390, 512, 448 199, 211, 616 141,455,009  408, 230, 000 214, 000, 000 ' 479, 689, 500  429, 080, 000 226, 000, 000 54,273,000  Total, national service life insurance fund __________________________________________ _  731, 179, 073  1, 101, 919, 500  709, 353, 000  Government life insurance fund: Premiums and other receipts _________________________________________________________ _ Interest on investments ________________________ --------------· _______________________ _ Transfers from general and special accounts __ -----------------------------------"----Total, Government life insurance fund _____________________________________________ _  43,786,572 43,792,220 3,162,145  39,034,000 51,120,000 2,118,000  37,750,000 52,160,000 1,825,000  90,740,937  92,272,000  91,735,000  Total, veterans' life insurance funds ________________________________________________ _  821,920,010  1, 194, 191, 500  801, 088, 000  Federal employees' retirement funds: Civil-service retirement and disability fund: Deduction from employees' salaries, etc ______________________________________________ _ Interest and profit on investments ____________________________________________________ _ Transfers from general and special accounts-United States share _____________________ _ District of Columbia share ___________________________________________________________ _  234, 850, 130 107, 112, 646 244, 000, 000 1,530,000  333, 960, 864 118,739,605 224, 000, 000 2,032,000  356,817,575 137,601,382 328, 393, 000 1,779,000  Total, civil-service retirement and disability fund __________________________________ _  587, 492, 776  678, 732, 469  824, 590, 957  Canal Zone retirement and disability fund: Deductions from employees' salaries, etc______________________________________________ Interest on investments_______________________________________________________________ Transfers from general and special accounts-United States share______________________  1,216,465 518,052 1,177,000  1,186,853 539,485 1,177,000  1,216,279 665, 978 999,000  2,911,617  2,903,338  2,781,257  Total, Canal Zone retirement and disability fund___________________________________  1------------1-----------1-----------  1 Based on the scheduled increase from 1 percent to 1½ percent each on employers and employees effective January 1950. The estimate also assumes change in the method of collection requiring, with certain exemptions, that tax payments be deposited in designated depositaries in the first month following the month of liability. Under present regulations tax payments are due on the last day of the first month following the end of the quarter in which the liabilities accrued. 2 Includes $28,400 to be received from anticipated supplemental for "Expenses, benefits, deceased veterans, World War II, bureau of old age and survivors insurance, Social Security Administration." • This estimate assumes that tax payments will be deposited in designated deposltaries in the first month following the month of liability. , Includes $412,590,000 to be received from anticipated supplemental for "National service life insurance ·appropriation, Veterans Administration."   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A108  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  11-Continued  RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS-Continued BY FUND AND SOURCE-Contin11ed  1948 actual  Source  1949 estimate  Federal employees' retirement funds-Continued Alaska Railroad retirement fund: Deductions from employees' salaries, etc....••••.•.•.•••••••••••..•.•..........•.•.••. Interest on investments •••.•..........•.......................•.....•.....•..•.••...•. Transfers from general and special accounts-United States share....•.•.•.•.••••••..•.  Total, Alaska Railroad retirement fund ......•.•.•.•.........•.•.•.••••••••••••.•••• Foreign service retirement and disability fund: Deductions from employees' salaries, etc.••..•••••.•.•.••••••.••.•.•.•.••.••.......... Interest on investments.•.•.•..•....•••.•.•.••.•.•....••..••.•.•.•.•...............•.. Transfers from general and special accounts-United States share.......••.••...•.•....  1950  estimate  $358,517 115,484 217,000  $425,204 132,485 217,000  $446,438 151,087 215,000  691,001  774,689  812,525  798,202 460,043 2,086,000  850,000 478,500 2,150,000  860,000 478,500 2,187,000  3,343,246  3,478,500  3,515,500  l========I=======  Total, Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ....•.•...•.•.•..•••........•..  Total, Federal employees' retirement funds ....•.••.....•••.••••••.••••••••....•••.. 594, 438, 539 685, 888, 996 Other trust accounts: !========[-========[==  831, 700, 239  Legislative branch: Library of Congress catalog card fees, deposits ....••.....•.•.......••....••••..•..••••• Library of Congress copyright fees, deposits .......•................................•.. Library of Congress, Copyright Office, cataloging project, d~posits ...•.....••••....••• Library of Congress gift fund ...•..•....•....•.•......••.•.•.•.•..••••••.•.•.•....•.... Library of Congress trust fund investment account ...•...•.............•.•.••••••.•••. Library of Congress trust fund permanent loan account. .•...••........•.•.••••••..... Government Printing Office, Superintendent of Documents, unearned proceeds of sale of publications ....•••.••.•...••.•.•..•.•..•.•••.••••••••..•••.•••.•.•••••.•.•.••••..  2,004,878  2,200,000  2,200,000  Total, legislative branch .••••.•....••••.•.•.•.•....••••••.•.•.••.•..•••.•.•.•••...  2,563,338  2,676,450  2,566,000  9,098 • 5,311 3,360 316,148 13,005 222,160  Executive Office of the President and independent offices: Fnnds appropriated to the President: Deposits, advanoes from Greeoe and Turkey for assistance .••••....•.•......•...•.........•.•..........•....•....•.•...••.•.•.•..•••. 2,730,853 (I) Foreign economic cooperation trust fund •..•..•.•••.•....•.••.....•.•••.•••••••.•.•.•. Federal Commnnications Commission: Receipts, international telecommunication 179,383 settlements ..........•.....••••...••••.•.•••••..••••.•.•.••••..••••..•...••.•••.••.•. Federal Power Commission: 212,667 Licenses under Federal Power Act from Indian reservations ....•••.......•.•..•••. Deposits, consolidated funds of Indians .••..•..••••••••••••••.••.••••••••••••..••. 52 General Acconnting Office: Withholdings from contractors for wage adjustments, act of Aug. 30, 1935....•......•.•.•.••••••••••.•..•..•••. Deposits, prooeeds from estates of American citizens who died abroad............. 1,182 Interstate Commeroe Commission: Deposits, nnearned fees, admission of attorneys ••.•••.•.......•.•.•.•....•.•..•... 1,360 Deposits, nnearned permit fees .....••••.•..•••••....•••••••••••..•.•••••••.••••••. • 4,429 National Archives: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library Income acconnt deposits........................... 10,739 Donations, gift fnnd............................................................... • 28,166 Proceeds from effects of deoeased employees....................................... 7 Sale of publications and materials ............•...•.•.•...••.••.•.•.••••••••••.•••.••••...•.•••••.••.••••...... National Capital Park and Planning Commission: C~tributlons..................... 27, 702 Securities and Exchange Commission: Deposits, uneal'ned fees......................... 112,838 Smithsonian Institution: Canal Zone biological area fund, deposits.................... 9,557  175,000 125,000 3,500 150,000 12,500 10,450 - -- -- --  175,000 125,000 3,500 50,000 12,500  ------- -- ----- - - --- --  800,000 ------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------200,000  200,000  211,100  209,500  3,000 500  2,000 500  200  200  125,212 20,000  65,000  12,000 2b0,000 110,000 3,000  15,000 110,000 3,000  5,000,000  2,500,000  2,500,000 50,000  1,000,000 100,000  l=========t========I========  United States Maritime Commission: Deposits, unearned moneys, merchant ship sales, war•built vessels................. • 43,570,102 Deposits, unearned moneys, vessels operating functions of War Shipping Adminls• tration ........... _...... ___ ...... _......... .. . . . .• .. . . . . . . ••.. •••• •• . . . .• .• ••.•• 600,000 Donations for chapel and library, United States Merchant Marine Academy ...... ················--·-·······Wages due American seamen, Department of State.····-························57,214 Proceeds from wages and effects of American seamen.............................. 369  Total, U. S. Maritime Commission............................................. • 43, 012, 519 7, 550, 000 3, 600, 000 Veterans Administration: l========l========I======== Adjusted-service oertificate fund: Interest on Investments ...•.•••••.•....•...........•••......••.•••.•••••••••.. Interest on loans ..••••••••..••.••.••••••....•...•....•..•...•..••••••••••••••. Transfers from general and special accounts .................................. . Funds due incompetent beneficiaries, deposits .................................... . General post fund, national homes, deposits •.•.••••.•...•.......•......••••.•.•••. Personal fnnds of patients, deposits .•• ··········-·-······························· Deposits, unapplied balances of assigned armed forces leave bonds....•..........•• Deposits, prepayments on hazard insurance, taxes, etc:, Veteran loans ••••••••••••• Total, Veterans Administration.•••.••••.••••.•.•••..••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Total, Executive Office of the President and independent offices ••••••••••••••••• • Deduct, result of adjustment of classification of prior years' receipts,   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  406,204 1,309  300,000  280,000  9,943,698 473,627 14,693,936 68,540 2,136  9,000,000 400,000 15,000,000  9,000,000 400,000 16,000,000  30,000  145,000  19,589,350  24,730,000  25,825,000  • 20, 169, 424  34,015,012  30,030,200  0  6,000,000  '========= '========'  • Excludes bookkeeping transfer of $3,000,000,000 from general accounts.  A109  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  11-Continued  RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS-Continued BY FUND AND SOURCE-Continued 1948  Source  Other trust accounts-Continued Federal Security Agency: American Printing House for the Blind: Deposits to promote the education of the blind, interest ______________________________________________________________________ _  Bureau of Employees' Compensation: Relief and rehabilitation and interest on investments, Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act ________ ------------------------ ___________________ _ Receipts and interest on investments, District of Columbia Workmen's Compensation Act_ _____________________________________________________________________ _ Food and Drug Administration: Deposits, sea food inspection fees _________________________________________________ _ Deposits, insulin certification fees _______ . __ . ___________ . __ ._. _______ . _________ . __ _ Deposits, penicillin or streptomycin certification fecs-------------------------·---Deposits, coal-tar colors, certification fees_. ________________ ._ ..... ____ . ___________ _ Public Health Service: Contributions and interest on investments, National Institute of Health: Conditional gift fund __________________________________ . ________ --- ___________ _ Gift fund ___________________________________________________________________ - __ Contributions to National Institute of Mental Health conditional gift fund, Public Health Service _________________________________________________________ _ Contributions to National Cancer Institute unconditional gift fund ______________ _ Contributions to Public Health Service, conditional gift fund ____________________ _ Deposits, erection or support of hospitals for sick and disabled seamen, Federal Security Agency _______________________________________________________________ _ Narcotic farm, deposits of personal funds and earnings of inmates ________________ _ Proceeds from effects and moneys of former patients ______________________________ _ Cash bonds deposited by patients, U.S. Marine Hospital, Carville, La __________ _ Collections, leper patients, benefit fund, U.S. Marine Hospital, Carville, La _____ _ Saint Elizabeths Hospital: Personal funds of patients ______________ ------ ____________ ---- --- __ -- --- _______ -• -_ Pension money ___________________________________________________________________ _ Social Security Administration: Transfers from general and special accounts ______________________________________ _ Deposits, expenses of foreign students ____________________________________________ _ Total, Federal Security Agency_________________________________________________  1950  1949  actual  estimate  estimate  $10,000  $10,000  $10,000  33, 691  30,000  30,000  4,868  15,000  15,000  123,967 8, HlO 127, 589 19,270  • 9,948 • 8,530 • 183,085 • 22,245  18, 225 • 1,075  24,000  26,000  700  700  195,000 6,600  195,000 6,600  115,000 45,000  125,000 40,000  169 672 21 11 189, 700 • 44,063 • 874 100 115,179 52,964 (')  (')  (')  1,000 659,643  217,492  448,300  l========l========i======= Federal Works Agency: Office of the Administrator: Funds due individuals ___________________________________________________________ _ • 97 Proceeds, sale of materials acquired under scrap-collection program _______________ _ t1 70,431 • 441 Proceeds from effects of deceased employees.-------------------------------------Public Buildings Administration: 150,000 Deposits, American National Red Cross, District of Columbia Chapter Building __ Unclaimed moneys under condemnation awards, Federal Works Agency, Public Buildings Administration ______ - • ______________________________________________ _ • 305 Withholdings from contractors for wage adjustments, act of Aug. 30, 1935 •• _______ _ • 543  Total, Federal Works Agency __________________________________________________ _ 78, 183 l========l========i======= Housing and Home Finance Agency: Deposits, operation and maintenance of resettlement projects, Public Housing Administration, act of Dec. 18, 1941 (55 Stat. 838) __________________________________________ _ (7) 1,566,960 (7) Deposits, unearned collections, title I, National Housing Act, as amended ____________ _ • 12,408 Deposits, recoveries on real properties acquired under insurance granted prior to July 1, 1939, title I, National Housing Act. ________________________________________________ _ 8,776 Deposits, reserve for maintenance and repairs, lease and purchase agreements, Public Housing Administration, act of June 26, 1934 _______________________________________ _ • 28 300 1,000 Deposits toward purchase price, lease and purchase contracts, Public Housing Administration, act of June 26, 1934 ___________________________________________________ _ 1,200 • 1,268,669 5,000  1---------  Total, Housing and Home Finance Agency ______________________________________ _ 294,631 6,000 !========!======= Department of Agriculture: Agricultural Research Administration: Bureau of Animal Industry, Deposits of fees, inspection and certification of canned wet animal foods _____________________________ _ 68,907 61,516 Forest Service: Cooperative fund _______ .. __________________________ . _________________ _ 5,386,351 5,300,000 Production and Marketing Administration: Expenses, moisture content and grade determination for Commodity Credit 966,012 4,625,000 Corporation, deposits by producers __ ------------------------------- ___________ _ Deposits, indemnity fund, county associations ____________________________________ _ 62,573 188,500 Deposits of undistributed cotton price adjustment payments _____________________ _ 161 200 Deposits of fees, inspection and grading of farm products _________________________ _ 4,800,000 5,128,829 Deposits by producers, expenses, grading of agricultural commodities for Com• modity Credit Corporation _______ ••.. __ .•.. ________ ·- __________ - _______________ _ 957,500 816,200 • Deduct, result of adjustment of classification of prior years' receipts. • Included under "Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund." 'Estimates are shown in table 6, "Budget receipts," under "Rents and royalties."  800000-49--XIV   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  1,500  71,000 5,300,000  4,625,000 500 200 4,600,000 1,174,000  Ai10  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  11-Continued  RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS-Continued BY FUND AND SOURCE-Continued 1948  Source  e.ctual  1949  1950  estimate  estimate  Other trust aeeounts-Contlnued  Department of Agriculture-Continued Farmers' Home Administration: Re.'!Cttlement of rural rehabilitation projects, deposits •..•....••••••••••••....•••.. Assets of State rural rehabilitation corporation, deposits .•.•.•.•••••••••.•••••..•.• Deposits toward pur~hase price, lease and purchase contracts .•••••.•••.••••••.•.. Miscellaneous accounts: Deposits of miscellaneous contributed funds ...................................... . Deposits, unearned lees and other charges, sec. 8a (4) Commodity Exchange Act •. Deposits, sale of farm units, water conservation and utilization projects ••••••.••••. Deposits, water receipts, water conservation and utilization projects .••••••••••.••• Deposits, land leases, water conservation and utlllzation projects ••.•.•.•..•••••••• Deposits to secure payments for reproduction of photographs, mosaics, and maps •• Deposits of funds from lessees of agricultural lands .........•.•.••.•.•..•.••••••••• Total, Department of Agriculture .....•.••.•..•.•.......•....••••••.••••••••.•.•  • $12,091 14,288,757  40,676  285,687 •65,668 56,351 10,533 107,645 • 72,919 • 54  $8,500,000 20,000  $5,000,000 5,000  289,075 17,000  243,600 17,500 69,000 9,600 46,000 31,000  74,000 9,600 71,000 31,000  1-----------t·-----------t-----------  Department of Commerce: Office of the Secretary: Expenses, transcripts of studies, and other records ............. . Bureau of the Census: Deposits, special statistical work ............................... . Civil Aeronautics Administration: Deposits, expenses of foreign students •.•.•••••..••••••••••.••.•••••••••••••••.•••• Deposits, fees for recordation of liens •.......••............•..•.•.•...•.•...•.•••.. Deposits, fees for registration and recordation of aircraft .•••.••••••••••••••••.•••••• Deposits, copying fees .........•...........••.•.•••••.•.•..........•.•..•.••.••••••. Coast and Geodetic Survey: Deposits, sale of charts, and publications •.••••.•••••••••• Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce: Deposits, special statistical work •.••••••. Patent Office: Deposits, unearned fees .••.•..•••.••••.••.•.• ~ ..•••.••••.••••••.•••••. National Bureau of Standards: Deposits, testing fees .•••••••.••••••••••••••••••••••••• Weather Bureau: Deposits, special statistical work .......•.•.....••..•••......•.••••• Proceeds, sale of materials acquired under scrap collection program •••••••••••••••••••• Total, Department of Commerce....••••.••..•.•••.•.•.......•••••••••••.•••••••••••  27,067,950  24,944,301  21,192,400  21,820 222,764  35,000 225,000  25,000 225,000  90,000 9,000 10,000 21,000  100,000 9,000 10,000 21,000  12, 000  13, 500  8,000 • 17,340 71,751 14,718 159,355 29,691 197,946 28,787 12,740 • 77  18,321 ··············-·············  1-----------1·----------·1----------750, 150  420,321  403,500  1========1========1===;====== Department of the Interior: Bonneville Power Administration: Contributions for construction of electric trans• mission lines and substations, Bonneville power projects ..•••••••••••.••••••••••••.• 48,620 Bureau of Land Management: Contributions, grazing districts ..•..••••••••.•••••••.•....•••••.•.•••.•••••••••••. 86,618 Deposits, unearned proceeds, lands, etc., Grazing Service.•••.•.••....•.•.••••..•.• • 58,904 Deposits, public survey work ...•...•.•.••.•.•.•...•.•..•.......••••••••••••.•••• 15,830 Trustee funds, Alaska town sites ......•...•••.••••••.•.•••••••.•.......•••..•..•.. 6,537 Deposits, unearned proceeds, lands, etc .••••..........•.••.•••••••••••••.••••••••. 10,787,473 Bureau of Indian Affairs: Contributions of funds for Indian projects .••...••.•••••••.••••••.••••••••••••••••• 6,688 Annettee Islands reserve, Alaska, deposit~, leases, etc •..•.•...•••.•.•..••.•••••••• 215,413 Deposits, leases, etc., Pawnee Indian Agency and school reservices, Oklahoma .... 400 Deposits, operation and maintenance, Indian Irrigation systems••••••••••••••••••• 1,224,282 Deposits, Chippewas In Minnesota, Indian lands •••••...•••••••••••••••••••••••.• 43 Deposits, consolldated funds, Arapaho Indians .•••••••••••••••••.•••••...••••••.•• 1,091,566 Deposits, consolidated funds, Shoshone Indians •.•..••.•.•.••••••••••••••••••.•••• 1,100, HIS Interest on proceeds of sales and leases of Indian lands, etc .•••••••••.•.•.•••.•••.•• 1,002,6RO Interest on proceeds of labor ......•••...•.....•....•••••••••.•••••••••••••••••••••• 249,540 Interest on proceeds ol lahor, agencies, schools, etc••••••••••.•••••••.•••••••••••••• 76,462 Proceeds of sales and leases of Indian lands, etc .•.••.•••••••.•••••••••••••••••••••. 5,840,274 Proceeds of labor, act June 13, 1930•.......••••••••.•••....•••.•.•••••••••••••.•••• 2,266,057 Proceeds of labor, Indian moneys, agencies, schools, etc .••••.••...•••.•.•.•••.•••• 1,104,589 Indian ceded lands, receipts due to Indians under Grazing Act, June 28, 1934 ..... . 336 Bureau of Reclamation: Contributions to reclamation fund •••••••••••••••.••••.••.•.. 2,225,279 Bureau of Mines: Contributions for metallurgical research and pilot plants.......................... 4,000 Deposits, cooperative funds, synthetic liquid fuels program •••••••••••••••••.•.••..•••••••••••••••••••••••••••• National Park Service: Preservation of birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, Interest on endowment fund •••••. 2,392 Deposits, Franklin D. Roosevelt Library income account, admission fees ....•••••• 60,213 Donation to National Park Service.....•••..••.••.••.••.•.•••••••••••.••••.••••••• 22,167 Contributions to national park trust fund ..•.•••.••....•...•.•.••.•• ~ •.••••••••••• • 1,250 Income on Investments, national park trust fund •.•.••.•...•.•.•.••••••••••••••••• 601 Fish and Wildlife Service: Deposits, contributed funds •••••••••....••••••••.••••..•....••.••••••••••••••••••. 38.647 Fox and fur seal Industries, Pribilof Islands, advances ..••.••••••••••.••••••••••••• 250,000 Deposits, unearned proceeds, fur, seal and fox Industries, Pribilof Islands•••••••••• 30,000 Deposits, unearned proceeds, sales of furs ••••••••••.•••••••••••••.••••••••••••••••• • 1,835 • Deduct, result of adjustment of classl1lcatlon of prior years' receipts.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  5,989 50,000 1,000 12,000 6,000 2,000,000  50,000 1,000 12,000 6,000 2,000,000  5,000 215,000 1,250,000  5,000 215,000 400 1,250,000  11.000, 000  11, 000, 000  800,000 325 2,305,094  800,000 325 2,510,900  400  20,800 2,400  2,400  20,000  500 600  20,000 500 600  20,000 250,000  20,000 290,000  250  250  A111  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  11-Continued  RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS-Continued BY FUND AND SOURCE-Continued  Source  1948  actual  1949  1950  estimate  estimate  Other trust accounts-Continued  Department of the Interior-Continued Government in the Territories: $179,840 Funds contributed for improvement of roads, bridges, and related works, Alaska.. $300,000 $300,000 Deposits to secure payments for reproductions of photographs, mosaics, and maps. • l ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• -•······················•·· Proceeds from effects of deceased employees .•••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••••••••.•.•.•. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _•_55_9...J .•..••..••••••.••••••••.••.••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Total, Department of the Interior................................................... Zl, 874,066 18,266,358 18,484,375 Department of Justice: Legal activities and general administration: Deposits, funds of civilian internees and prisoners of war ...........•......................•...•.•.........•......•.•.•.•••••• 984 •••••••••••••.•.•.••••••••• _ •..••••••..•..•••••••••••••• Immigration and Naturalization Service: • 80,725 •..••••••••...•••••....••••...•.•••••••••••••••••••••••• Passage money-collected from steamship companies returned to deported aliens... Deposits offunds of aliens who become public charges......................................................... 1,000 1,000 Deposits to secure payment of fines and passage money........................... · • 29,219 120,000 125, ooo Federal Prison System: 1,452,098 1,475,000 1,475,000 Deposits offunds of Federal prisoners............................................. Deposits of commissary funds, Federal prlsons •.•..•••••••••••...••.•••.•..•.•.••. 1________s_1s-'-,00_1_ 1________8_25_:_,ooo_.1__________:8.:.25:.:.'.:.ooo:..::. Total, Department of Justice•..••••••.•• ······~············- ••.••••.•.•.......•. t=======2='=16=1=,=13=9=l=======2=,42=1~,ooo~,J=======~2,~426~•~000:.:; Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics: Deposits, special statistical work..•.• _ 41, 450 15, 200 National Military Establishment: 1==========11==========1,========== Department of the Air Force: • 444,079 Deposits, air transportation, Air Transport Command............................ 100,000 100,000 Deposits, Dodge Memorial Gymnasium........................................... 60, 000 Proceeds from estates of deceased soldiers, Regular Air Force....•.••••••••••.•.......•••.•..•••.•••••••••••••••. 60,000 60,000 Deposits, cash collections, United States savings bonds, overseas ............•...•..•.•.........••..•••••••.•.. 300,000 300,000 Deposits, unappl!ed balances from rlass A pay reservations of mentally incom• petent and deceased employees, United States savings bonds ••••••••••.••.•.•••• 1•._•._._.._._.•_._._ .•_._ •._._··_-_•._._••_._._. 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1,:..500=-l--------..;l:.:.'.:.500:..::. Total, Air Force .••••••••.•••••••••.•.•.••••.••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •384,079 4ftl, 500 461, 500 Department of the Army: l==========l==========I,========== Military functions: Finance Department: • Funds held for military personnel and related units overseas ••••••.•.••••• • 54,165 Pay of the Army, deposit fund .......................................... . 29,633,052 33,000,000 35,000,000 Proceeds from effects of mentally Incompetent soldiers ..•..•.•......••.•.• 112,696 120,000 125,000 13,079 Proceeds from estates of deceased personnel. ..•.•.............•.•••••••••. 15,000 15,000 Proceeds from estates of deceased soldiers, Regular Army....•...••••.••.•. 200,111 190,000 190,000 Deposits, work and procurement programs for American Republics ....•.• 20 10,000,000 Deposits, advances for cost of delivery of surplus military property...••••• 35,000 1,794,915 Deposits, cash collections, United States Savings bonds, overseas•••••..••• 1,700,000 1,700,000 Deposits, personal funds of military and civilian personnel located overseas. 78,198 Deposits, unapplied balances from class A pay reservations of mentally 5,000 incompetent and deceased employees, United States War Savings bonds. II, 153 5,000 Deposits, fund of civilian internees and prisoners of war................... 150,383,607 •••••••••••••••••••••..•.•..•••..•.••••.•.•.••••.•••.•.• Funds of alien civilian employees for transfer overseas •......•.••••••••....••..••.•.••.•.•••.•••••••••• 5,000 5,000 Moneys collected by United States forces In occupied territory or under 810 martial law, Territory of Hawaii. ••••••.•••••••.••.•.•.........•.•.••••• Refund of unapplied balances under class B allotment, United States War 21 100 Savings bonds •••••••.••••••••••••••••••....•...........•.•..•..•••..•.. 100 Deposits, expenses, preparatory Commission for International Refugee 10,000,000 10,000,000 10,000,000 Organization.•...•••••••••••...•••••••••••••••.•••••••.••....•.•••••••.. 4,000 4,000 Deposits, Kermit Roosevelt fund .•••••••••••.••.•••••••••••.•.••.•.••••••. 3,617 Transportation Corps: Deposits, relocation of refugees, Intergovernmental 11,876,700 17,361,500 4,620,344 committee ..• _.•••••.•..•••......•......•.••••.•.•.••••...•••.•.•....••.•.•• Medical Department: Interest on Investments, bequest of Maj. Gen. Fred C. 279 Zl9 Zl9 Ainsworth to Walter Reed General Hospital. ••••••••••••••••••.••......•••• 28,000 27,500 28,900 Corps of Engineers: Fort Monroe, Va., contributions for sewerage system.•.•• 107 Deposits, general gift fund .••••.••••.•.••.•.•....•.••...•.•..••.••••••.•...... -- - --... - --- ---........... --------64,433,379 66,944,079 196,855, 744 Total, military functions .••••••••••••••.•.••......•.•.•••••••.........•••••• Civil functions: l==========l==========I,========= Corps of Engineers (rivers and harbors): 465,100 1,299,320 797,337 Contributions for river and harbor improvements ..••.••.•.••••••••••••••. 5,003,000 1,695,000 2,804,024 Contribution of funds for flood control.. •.••••••.•..••••••••••••••••...... 1,000,000 900,000 148,890 Interest on Soldiers' Home permanent fund .•••••••.•••••••••.. _•.•.•..•.•..•.• 12, Z,5,969 10,250,710 9,576,262 Soldiers' Home permanent fund •.•..•••.••••••••••••.••••....•••••••••••••••.. Deposits, unearned proceeds of sale of publications, Superintendent of Docu• ments, Government Printing Office......................................... • 2,866 28,000,000 Deposits, prooeeds of remittances to and exports from occupied territories •.••• 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _63_,_oos_,_79_1_ 1- - - - - - - '22,750,000 --'--  ------- -- ---  --  -----  -- --------  46,644,069 36,995,030 Total, civil functlons ••••••••••••••••••••••••.••.•.•••••••••••••••.•.•••••. 1======~76~•=42=2=,43=8=1========~==!========== 111,077,448 103, 939, 109 Total, Department of the Army........................................... 273, Zl8, 182  Department of the Navy: Office of the Secretary: Contribution to Office of Naval Records and Library Fund................... 3,246 Deposits, general gift fund •••• -···················-············- •••••.•••••••.••••••.••••••••••••••••••••• • Deduct, result of Bdjustment of classification of prior years' receipts.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  3,000 10,000  1,000 10,000  A112  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABL"E  11-Continued  RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS-Continued BY FUND AND SOURCE.:_Continued  Other trust accounts-Continued National Military Establishment-Continued Department of the Navy-Continued Bureau of Naval Personnel: Profit from sale of ships' stores--------------·--------------------·---------·-Deposlts of funds of United States naval prisoners---·············-·······-···· Contributions to United States Naval Academy museum fund .....•......... _ Contributions to United States Naval Academy, general gift fnnd--··········· Income on investments, United States Naval Academy, general gift fund .••• _ Income on investments, United States Naval Academy, museum fund ...•...• Bequest of Dudley F. Wolfe to United States Naval Academy···-··-········· Bureau of Supplies and Accounts: Navy fines and forfeitures, depos!ts_.····--·-··········-···-·-················ Personal funds of naval and civilian personnel located overseas, deposits_ ..... . Personal funds of deceased or missing personnel, deposits .. •·-·········-·----Pay of the Navy, deposits ........................ ·-·························-· Bureau of Medicine and Surgery: Navy hospital fund, deposits_·--·-············· Bureau of Yards and Docks: Proceeds, civic fund, naval reservation, Olongapo, Philippine Islands._.-··--·--···---·--··-------------------·--·------···----·--_ Marine Corps: Pay of the Marine Corps, deposits---··-·-----·--····-···········-· Deposits, compensation awards, property requisitioned for national defense_····-· Proceeds from effects of deceased employees.•.. ·-·--··-····--·-··-···-···-········  1950 estimate  1949 estimate  1948 actual  Source  $3,276,825 • 1,390 300 939 2,125 l, 621  $3,500,000  $4,500,000  525 2,125  525 2,125  263 7,057 1,651,000  5,000 1,679,000  350,000 1,900,000 • 250,000  425,000 1,900,000 • 117,230  • 939 • 68  113 16,283 1,580,390 l  284,122 1,929,089 • 1,789,576 •118  1-----------1-----------·1-----------  Total, Department of the Navy······-··········································i=======5=,=30=2=,=963=1=======7=.=1=73=,=97=0=l'=======8=,=40=5=,=420= Total, National Military EstablishmenL •••••••..•••••.•••••••.••.••••••••..•. _l======2=78='=19=7='=06=6=1=======1=11='=57=4='=57=9=-l=======11=9=,9=44==,3=6=8 Department of State: Deposits of collections, Mexican claims fund ...•.....•..•••..............•............ 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 Deposits, Mexican claims fund,~expropriation of petroleum properties and default of bonds................................................ . ............................ . 4,085,327 3,000 3,000 • 3,023 Wages due American seamen.....•.............................•••••.•.••••• ·-··-····50,000 30,000 • 679,386 Depos!ts, nnearned passport and application fees_·······--····-······················· Collections from shipping companies for repatriation of American seamen ....••••••• __ 300 82 300 Total, Department of State ••.•.••..•.••.•..•.••.•••••••••••••.••.•••••.•••.••••.• __ l=======5='=90=3='=000=!=======2='=5=33='=3=00==1,=======2='=553='=300= Treasury Department: Fiscal Service: Bureau of Accounts: Proceeds, sale of effects of Francis J. Christie_·····················-··············· a 4 ---------------------------- ---------------------------863 800 800 Proceeds of Government obligations held for rightful owners-·············-······· Proceeds from redemption of undelivered Liberty Loan bonds belonging to subscribers whose whereabouts are unknown .••••........•.•....••..•..••••..•.•..• 153 Bureau of Internal Revenue: American Samoa, coconut•oil tax, internal revenue ..•.••.••.••••••.•.. _..•..•..... 1,500 1,500 • 4,068 7,000 7,000 6,505 Puerto Rico, internal•revenue collections............••.................... ·-····-Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands, deposits for expenses, Treasury Department, en• 91, 700 105,600 85,000 forcement title III, National Prohibition Act, as amended ..•........... ·-······Bureau of Federal Supply: Proceeds, sale of materials acquired under scrap-collection • 20,796 program.........•.•.• -··- •. ···-·--·--····-··- ...•..•. -· ..•....................... ·- U.S. Processing Tax Board of Review: Deposits, unearned fees and costs_ ........•... 30 CoMt Guard: Donations for chapel, Coast Guard Academy_········-················2 •••••••••• -·· -··· ·- - -- -·· ••• - ·- ••••• -· ···-·. -··· •••••••• 2 •••••• -· ••• ·-·····- ·- ·- - ••••• ·- •••• -· ·-·····- ••••••••• -· Proceeds from effects of deceased employees_······························-·-·········  -----------1------------1:-----------  101,000 94,300 88,287 Total, Treasury Department ••.••.•.••..•.•..••.••••.•. •····-····:·················· i============l===========,I=========== District of Columbia: 95,021,548 99,838,511 86,975,537 Revenues •........................ ·-·······-················-························12,000,000 12,000,000 12,000,000 Transfer from general fnnd, Federal contribution ••.••..•..•.••....••• ·-··-············ 98,975,537 111,838,511 107, 021, 548 Total, District of Columbia._.·······-·······················-······················i============l===========,I=========== Miscellaneous trust acconnts: 1,100 1,100 58, 733 Deposits, miscellaneous and excess collections .••.•. ·-································Deposits of unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are known .........•. 3,240 5,475 4,700 Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are unknown ••................. 187,085 43,550 42,150 Unclaimed moneys due creditors of contractors with the United States under a cost• l, 714,465 101,200 51,500 plus•a-flxed•fee contract •...•..•••.•. •·······-·····-·········-·····················-Total, miscellaneous trust accounts •••..••.•..••.•............................ _. __  ----------·1-----------11-----------  1,963,523 151,325 99,450 1=========11=========1========= 69,949 Increment resulting from reduction in tha weight of the gold dollar_·-·················-1=========,l=========I========= 426, 518, 488 304, 362, 976 310,082, 204 Total, other trust accounts ••••.••......•• ·-···················-········-··-·--·········l=========l=========t========= 8 Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis_ ••.••.••.•••.••.•.•.....•.••..•..•..•..••.. +754, 775,648 l=========l=========I========= 5, 957, 460, 229 8, 798, 718, 079 Total receipts, trust accounts_ ••••••.••.••.•••••••••••• : ••••••..•• _.•.•.....•....•...•... 6, 515, 230, 081 • Deduct, result of adjustment of classification of prior years' receipts. Due largely to transfer to budget receipts of approximately $750 million of proceeds from sale of surplus war•built merchant vessels (see contra-adjustment in table 12),  8   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A113  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  12  APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS BY FUND AND APPROPRIATION TITLE  Based on existing and proposed legislation [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950]  Funds and appropriation title  APPROPRIATIONS  Fune-tional class No.  1948  1949  actual  actual  EXPENDITURES 1950  1948  recommendation  actual  1949  1950  estimate  estimate  Unemployment trust fund:  Investments in United States securities___________________ Railroad unemployment insurance account: Railroad benefit payments ___________________________ Payments to railroad unemployment insurance administration fund __________________________________ State accounts: Withdrawals by States _______________________________ Total, unemployment trust fund, based on existing legislation ________________________________________ Proposed legislation: Additional benefits and administrative expenses______ Investments__________________________________________ Total, unemployment trust fund, based on existing and proposed legislation __________________________  550 550 $1, 312, 906, 568  $1,172,467,357  $209, 182, 856  $182, 311, 196  62,066,533  61,700,000  68,500,000  11, 000, 000  1 1,254,000  794, 373, 681  890, 000, 000  950, 000, 000  1, 302, 838, 837  1,171,882,856  1, 202, 065, 196  $1, 202, 065, 196  --- --------------  550 550  -----550 550  $446, 398, 623  1, 172, 467, 357  1, 312, 906, 568  }----------------- -------------- ----  ------  1, 202, 065, 196 230, 000, 000  1, 312, 906, 568  1,172,467,357  1, 432, 065, 196  1, 806, 606, 838  1, 984,974,000  2, 685, 893, 440  I  ------------------ ------------------  {  150, 000, 000 80,000,000  1, 302, 838, 837  1, 171, 882, 8116  1, ,a2, 065, 196  511, 908, 159 1, 194, 445, 007  602, 000, 000 1, 369, 782, 896  688, 000, 000 1, 941, 149, 16S  13,018,698  13,473,871  13,883, 742  34,094,990  40,266,285  42,879,100  1,753,466, 854  2, 025, 523, 052  2, 685, 912, 010  Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:  Benefit payments ________________________________________ Investments in United States securities ___________________ Reimbursements to general fund for administrative expenses _________________________________________________ .  Salaries and expenses, bureau of old-age and survivors insurance ________________________________________ .-----Total, Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund based on existing legislation ___________________ Proposed legislation: Additional benefits and administrative expenses (ineluding disability insurance) __ --------------------Investments__________________________________________ Total, Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund based on existing and proposed legislation ___  200 200 200  I  200  700,000  2 305,400  ------  1,807,306, 838  1, 985, 279, 400  200  200  }------------ ----- ----------------- -  ------  I  -- ------------- -- 2, 685, 893, 440  1, 700, 000, 000  1, 807, 306, 838  1, 985, 279, 400  4, 385, 893, 440  797, 363, 990  615, 270, 000  777, 889, 000  797, 363, 990  615, 270, 000  777, 889, 000  -------- ---------- -----------------1,753,466, 8M  2, 025, 523, 052  {  1, 500, 000, 000 200, 000, 000 4, 385,912,010  Railroad retirement acrount:  Salaries and expenses-------------------------·--·"------Benefit payments ____ ---------------------------------- __ Investments In United States securities___________________ Total, railroad retirement account ______________________  200  200 200  }  ------  {-----!!:~::~:791, 151, 181  --------- -- ---- -- 288, 600, 000 328, 259, 000  4,685,000 311, 900, 000 460, 962, 000  616, 85~, 000  777,547,000  Health Insurance trust fund: Proposed legislation, invest-  men ts •• ___________ • ____________________________ • ___________  200  ---- ------------- ------------------  260, 000, 000 - -------------- ----  100 100  }  731,179,073  709, 353, 000  100 100  }  90,740,937  92,272,000  821,920,010  1, 194, 191, 500  801, 088, 000  ------------------  260, 000, 000  Veterans lire Insurance funds:  National service life Insurance fund: Investments in United States securities _______________ Insurance losses and refunds __________________________ Government life insurance fund: Investments in United States securities _______________ Insurance losses and refunds .•• _______________________ Total, veterans life insurance funds ________________  ------  8  1, 101, 919, 500  { 91,735,000 {  461, 000, 000 306, 698, 578  364,970,000 325, 040, 000  • 1, 700,000, 000 2, 349, 100, 000  32,500,000 70,250,101  35,934,000 56, 188,000  21,385,000 72,100,000  870, 448, 679  . 782, 132, 000  742, 585, 000  Federal employees' retirement funds:  Civil-service retirement and disability fund: Annuities and refunds ________________________________ Investments in United States securities _______________ Canal Zone retirement and disability fund: Annuities and refunds ________________________________ Investments in United States securities _______________ Alaska Railroad retirement and disability fund: Annuities and refunds ________________________________ Investments in United States securities _______________ Foreign Service retirement and disability fund: Annuities, refunds, and expenses _____________________ Investments in United States securities _______________ Total, Federal employees' retirement funds _________  200 200  }  587,492, 776  678, 732, 469  824, 590, 957  {  · 240, 589, 670 359, 373, 000  270, 850, 384 407, 882, 085  273, 661, 721 550, 929, 236  200 200  }  2,911,517  2,903,338  2,781,257  {  1,983,658 870,000  2,041,321 019,876  2,230,396 550,861  200 200  }  691,001  774,689  812,525  {  281,027 390,000  305,103 489,560  333,388 479,137  200 200  }  3,343,245  3,478,500  3,515,500  {  903,450 2,449,000  912, 130 2,566,370  912,130 2,603,370  594, 438, 539  685, 888, 996  · 831, 700, 239  606, 839, 805  685, 966, 829  831, 700, 239  ------  • Deduct, excess of liquidations over purchases. Represents adjustment for overcollections due to retroactive change In tax rate. • Includes $28,400 to be received from anticipated supplemental for "Expenses, benefits, deceased veterans of World War II, bureau of old-age and survivors Insurance, Social Security Administration." •Includes $412,590,000 to be received from anticipated supplemental for "National Service life insurance appropriation, Veterans Administration." 1   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Al14  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  12-Continued  APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS-Continued BY FUND AND APPROPMATION TITLE-Continued  Funds and appropriation title  EXPENDITURES APPROPRIATIONS Functionall---------------------1-------,-------r------class 1950 1949 1948 1949 1950 1948 No. estimate estimate actual actual recommendation actual  Other trust appropriation accounts: Legislative branch: Library of Congress: Gift fund ________________________________________ _ Income from investment account ________________ _ Contributions to permanent loan account ________ _ Unearned copyright fees _________________________ _ Unearned catalog card fees _______________________ _ Cataloging project, copyright office ______________ _ Expenses of depository sets of Library of Congress catalog cards ____________________________ _ Government Printing Office: Unearned proceeds of sales, etc., of publications, Superintendent of Documents_------------------------------------- --- -- -- -  300 300 300 700 700 300  700  National Archives: Franklin D. R00t!8velt Library, Income account __ Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, gift fund ________ _ National Archives trust fund ____________________ _ National Archives trust fund donations __________ _ National Capital Housing Authority: Low rent housing fund, loon by United States Housing Authority_---------------------------Operation and maintenance, completed prop. ertles __________________________________________ _  $50,000 12,500  $240,016 26,779  $232,178 14,094  $128,000 14,000  30,000 2,000 3,500  28,251 1,721 687  30,000 2,000 4,573  30,000 2,000 3,500  1,616  233  -- -------- --------  2,500,000  2,200,000  2,200,000  2,613,075  2,334,364  2,200,000  3,102,673  2,385,622  2,298,000  2,912,145  2,617,442  2,377,500  700  460 ------------------ ------------------  90 ------------------ ------------------  600 600  2,762,328 126,401  600 600  8,284 1,299  Total, the Judiciary_--------·------------------ _____ _ Executive Office of the President and independent offices: Executive Office of the President: Foreign Economic Cooperation trust fund _____ • __ Office for Emergency Management: Foreign Economic Administration: Compensation awards, property requisitioned for national defense _______ --------------------War Manpower Commission: Supply and distribution offarm labor __________________ _ Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are known ___ --------------------------Funds appropriated to the President: Advances from Greece and Turkey for 88Sistance__________________ _ Atomic Energy Commission: Unclaimed moneys due creditors of contractors with the United States under cost-plus-fixed-fee contracts- ___________________ - __ -__ -_. _____ -- --Federal Communications Commission: International telecommunications settlements_----------------- __ General Accounting Office: Wages of employees of contractors _______________ _ Proceeds from estates of American citizens who die abroad _______________ ----------- __ ----··---Interstate Commerce Commission: Unearned fees, admission of attorneys ___________ _ Unearned permit fees ____________________________ _  $150,000 12,500 10,450 7,991 1,181 3,500  300  Total, legislative branch _______________________________ _ The Judiciary: Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are known ______ -------------- _____________________ _ Fees and other collections: Clerks of United States district courts ____________ _ Clerks of United States circuit courts of appeal__ __ Clerks of United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia __________________________ _ Clerks of emergency court of appeals _____________ _  $316,148 13,005 222,160 45,000 3,000 3,360  150  460 ------------------ ------------------  2,898,402  (')  (')  050  72,225  245,746 ------------------  850 700  874  150  2,730,853  700  83,621  150  179,383  800, 000 --- --- --- -- -- ----- - ------- --- ---- --- --- ------- ---- --- - ----- -- --- --------  500  722  200,000  200,000  67,096  600  3,000  700 700 700  400  600 600 600 600  70,952  500  259,054  200,000  2,000  5,000  4,000  500  500  100,560  25,500  200  200  460  220  98,068 495 13,500 10,000  210 8  65,000  6li, 000  15,872  87,867  12,000  15,000 ------------------  11,000 10,000  20, 000 ------------------ ------------------  250  58,234  250 Langston management __ -----------------·---·--_ 250 National Capital Park and Planning Commission: Contributed funds _________________________________ _ 600  884,181 35,689  27,702 220,713 liO, 000 44,167 250,000 -----------------Excludes bookkeeping transfer of $3,000,000,000 from general accounts for 1948. Expenditures for 1949 are included under Budget expenditures for "Economic cooperation: Foreign assistance." 4   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  A115  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  12-Continued  APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS-Continued BY FUND AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Funds and appropriation title  Other trust appropriation acconnts--Continued Executive Offlca of the .President and independent offices-Continued Securities and Exchange Commission: Unearned fees. Smithsonian Institution: Donations, Canal Zone biological area......................................... United States Maritime Commission: United States Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, N. Y ., Donations for chapel and library. Unclaimed moneys due creditors of contractors with the United States under cost•plus-a.fixedfee contracts...........•.......••••••••••..•.••. Unearned moneys, merchant ship sales, war.built vessels .••.••••........••...•.•.•••.•.•.••....•.• Unearned moneys, vessel operation functions, War Shipping Administration .•.•......•..•.•.. Wages due American seamen, War Shipping Administration functions •.•.••••••.•.....•••••. Veterans Administration: Personal funds of patients.•••.•.•••.••••....•.••. General post fund ....••.•.•.•..•••••••••....••••. Adjusted-service certificate fund: Investments in United States securities ..... . Insurance losses and refunds ............•...•. Army allotments ..•....•.....•.......•...••.••... Funds due incompetent beneficiaries ..•.....••.•. Unapplied balances of assigned armed forces leave bonds ...•.................•...••.•.•...•. Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are known ....•••...•.•.......•....•.... Prepaid hazard insurance, taxes, etc., veterans' loans ..•........................•.•.•.•••.....•. Government Services, Inc ..•.•••••...........•.......  EXPENDITURES APPROPRIATIONS Functlona!I-------,---------,------+--------------,------class 1949 1950 1948 1948 1949 1950 No. estimate estimate recommendation actual actual actual  700  $64,000  $12,000  $24,000  $14,039  $55,000  $30,961  300  9,557  3,000  3,000  13,379  6,300  3,700  1,453,959  700  10,000,000  5,000,000  700  500,000  2,500,000  450  57,214  700 100  14,693,936 473,527  15, 000, 000 400,000  407,513  300,000  9,913,698  9,000,000  l  100 100 050 700  4,127, 740  16,000,000 400,000 280,000 {  12,456,324 325,332  14,000,000 325,000  15,000,000 325,000  • 6,450,000 905,935  • 700,000 1,100,914  • 800,000 1,150,000  2,486,870  2,500,000  2,500,000  55, 754  12, 785  • 60  9,000,000  68,540  700  25  700  50 ··········•··•····  26  15  2,136  30,000  145,000  80 • 316  13,054  66,000  40,737,865  33,645,725  26,235,250  15,122,406  18,253,479  18,677,959  300  10,000  10,000  10,000  10,000  10,000  10,000  200  33,691  30,000  30,000  • 7,345  195,000  35,000  200  4,867  15,000  15,000  11,452  25,000  15,000  100 600  200  6 ••••••••·••·•••••• ••••••••••••·•·••• ····•·············  138,619 200 84 200 200 - - - ---- --- ---- -- -  --  200 200 200 200  } }  700 700  2,146 ····•·•••·••······  6 ••••••••••••••••••  108,563 55,001 ·•················ 84 ·············••··· ··················  ----- ---- -- --- -- - ---- ---- --- -- --- -- - - --- --- --------- - --- - ----------- -- - --- ------ --- ------  17,150  24,000  26,000  20,970  22,475  22,950  672  700  700  28  1,000  1,000  189,769 6,638  195,000 6,600  195,000 6,600  196,514 1,849  192,000 5,600  194 000 4,700  700 --- -- -- ----- -- - -- - - --  --- ---- ------ -- -- -- --- -- --- - ----- - -- ---- -- -- ----- -- --- -- ------------- ------------------  200 200 200  100 .........•••.•...............•...............••...•....••• · ..•.••....•. · ·••·••·••·••·• .••• 503 ·············•···· ··••·••·••·······• 32 465  200  169  20 ·····•·•·•······•· ·················· ···•••·•••••····••  I. 344 13,668  200 700  700  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Peduct, excess of liquidations over purchases.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  100,000 ·········•·••····· .................. ·············•·••· 8,925  700  Total, Executive Office of the President and inde• pendent offices.-···· .......••••••••••••.•.•.•••........ Federal Security Agency: American Printing House for the Blind: To promote the education of the blind, interest ...•.•.••.•.•...... Bureau of Employees' Compensation: Relief and rehabilitation, Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act ...•...•._... Relief and rehabilitation, District of Columbia Workmen's Compensation Act ..••.•.•••••••••• Food and Drug Administration: Coal-tar colors certification fees ..•.........•.•••.. Seafood inspections ......•...............•...•••.. Penicillin or streptomycin certification .•..•...•.. Freedmen's Hospital: Unconditional gift fund ...•••.. Public Health Service: National Institute of Health gift fund ..••...•.... National Institute of Health conditional gift fund .. National Cancer Institute conditional gift fund ... National Cancer rn'stitute unconditional gift fund. Personal funds and earnings of inmates, narcotic farms ......•••..••.•.•..........•....•.••••.•... Moneys and effects of former patients .••.....•... Patients' deposits, U. S. Marine Hospital, Carville, La ...............•••....••••.........••••. Leper patients' benefit fund, U. S. Marine Hos• pita!, Carville, La ...•.•.•.•.•.•••.•............ Public Health Service conditional gift fund ..••.•. Public Health Service unconditional gift fund ..•. National Institute of Mental Health conditional gift fund .....••....•............•...•...•.....• _ Working fund .•.... _•........•.•.•.••..•.•.•••.•. Saint Elizab~ths Hospital: Pension money ..••••.••....•.•••.•.•.•.•.•••••.• _ Personal funds of patients ..•••.•.•••••••••••...•.  50,000  450 ········•••••••·•·  52,964 115,179  45,000 115,000  40,000 125,000  2,104 5,709  44,286  51, 707  44,200  121,417  144, 728  130.000  A116  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  12-Continued  APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS-Continued BY FUND AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Funds and appropriation title  EXPENDITURES APPROPIDA TIO NS Functwnall-----------------,--------+---------,---------,-------class 1950 1949 1948 1949 1950 1948 No. estimate estimate recommendation actual actual actual  Other trust appropriation account-continued  Federru Security Agency-Continued Social Security Administration: Salaries and expenses, bureau of old•age and survivors insurance•-········ Office of Administrator: Expenses of foreign students_., ...••.•....•.•••••. Working fund._ ....... ··-····· ...•...••.••••••...  200 $910 •11, 389  $90 9,439  512,854  720,324  $456,882  7  217  ------------------  211  7,303  1,000  1,384  115,000  33,616  600  28,120  3,880  450  2,233 1,913,775  2,232 1,452,111  ---------------------------------700,000  1,945,730  1,580,743  734,616  150  $1,000 ·-···········-···· --···-·-·-·······-  200  Total, Federal Security Agency ••••.•••••••• _•• --·- .. Federal Works Agency: Office of the Administrator: Sale of material acquired under scrap collection program, Works Projects Administration •..•.•• Unclaimed moneys due creditors of contractors with the United States under cost•plus•a-ftxed• fee contract •••••• ·-····························Public Buildings Administration: American National Red Cross, District of Colum• bia Chapter building.-·--·-·-·-·············••· Plans, specifications, and services, Daughters or the American Revolution.-··-·····-··-·····--·Public Roads Administration: Cooperative work, strategic network of highways._ Working fund.;·············-.····-··············  570,928  4,216  700  600  1,000  250  154,216  700  1,000  1,000  24 --·······•··•····· ·················-  -  2 ············••···· ···•····••·•·••·•• 771  6,732 ······•········•••  250  2,929  6,158 ·····•··•·•······•  250  14,380  700 ·-················ ·-················ ···-·······•······  250  1,566,960 .....••........... ········•······•··  1,570,185  250  - ---- __________;. -- - ---------- -- -- --- - -------- ----- --- -  320  14,185  600  516  15,110  600  1,589,103  42,185  1,200  250 1,566,984 •··•·•·•·········· ·············••···  1,845  350 350  350  29 .•..•....•••••••.•  • 4,190  4,190 127  326  206  350  200  68,907  61,516  71,000  57,814  46,090  73,000  400  5,386,351  5,300,000  5,300,000  4,719,158  5,285,M5  5,300,000  2,885,413 9  98,232  250 400  350  107,645  71,000  46,000  46,332  34,714  32,706  350  10,533  9,600  9,600  7,448  13,550  13,6'¥7  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. • Included under "Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund."   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  1,000  150,000 -·-··············· ··•·•·••·••••••·•·  Total, Housing and Home Finance Agency.. _ ..... . Department of Agriculture: Office of Information: Working fund .....•.•........ _ Bureau of Agricultural Economics: Working fund.- .. Extension Service: Working fund ..••••••..•••.•..... Agricultural Research Administration: Office of Administrator: Working fund_···-·····Bureau of Animal Industry: Expenses and refunds, Inspection and certification of canned wet animal foods ...•.•..••.....•.••••..•.....•• Forest Service: Cooperative work.··-_········-•·······-········· Construction of forest access roads to standing timber, Reconstruction Finance Corporation_ .. Working fund •.• ·-········-··············•······· Soil Conservation Service: Payments in lieu of taxes, and operation and maintenance costs, water conservation and utilization projects·-··••········•·······-······Operation and maintenance, water distribution systems, water conservation and utilization projects.........................................  $448,300  600 _. _...• ···•·•··•·· . _... ·••· ...•.•.•..... •· ........•...  Total, Federal Works Agency •••••••••••••••••• -·•·-· Housing and Home Finance Agency: Office of Administrator: Unclaimed moneys due creditors of contractors with the United States under cost•plus-a•fixed•fee contract..•••••••••.••.•.. Federal Housing Administration: Unearned coJlections, title I, National Housing Act, as amended ••••.......•..............•..... Expenses on real properties acquired under insur• ance granted prior to July 1, 1939, title I, National Housing Act, as amended •.........•.•... Public Housing Administration: Expenses of liquidation of resettlement projects •.• Operation and maintenance of resettlement projects_·····································-·Liquidation of deposits, reserve for maintenance and repair, lease and purchase agreements ..... _ Liquidation of deposits, lease and purchase contracts ..•..•.•••..•.••.•.•.••..••••.•••..... _  $443,446  A117  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  12-Continued  APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS-Continued BY FUND AND APPROPRIATION TITLE---'-Continued  Funds and appropriation title  Other trust appropriation accounts-Continued Department of Agriculture-Continued Production and Marketing Administration: Moisture content and grade determinations for Commodity Credit Corporation.••..•.......... Indemnity fund, county associations .....•.••..•. Undistributed cotton price adjustment payments. Expenses and refunds, inspection and grading of farm products .......•••.•..•.•...........•..... Grading of agricultural commodities ...•...••...•. Redemption of order stamps.........•.•..•.•...•. Working fund .........................•....•.•... Farmers' Home Administration: Operation and maintenance of resettlement and rural rehabilitation projects.............•....... State Rural Rehabilitation Corporation funds .... Liquidation of deposits, reserve for maintenance and repair, lease and purchase agreements ..... . Liquidation of deposits, lease and purchllSll of contracts ..•....•.•.•...••....•.•...........•... Miscellaneous accounts: Miscellaneous contributed funds.................. Return of excess deposits for reproductions of photographs, mosaics, and maps................ Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose where• abouts are known..............................  EXPENDITURES APPROPRIATIONS Func• tlona11-~---------~-----------1---------------------class 1948 1950 1949 1950 1948 1949 No. actual actual estimate estimate actual reco=endation  350 350 350  $966,294 62,573 161  $4,625,000 188,500 200  $4,625,000  350 350 350 350  5,128,829 816,200  4,800,000 957,500  4,600,000 1,174,000  350 350  $4,524,650 10,000 3,051  $5,015,846 10,000 200  5,113,242 842,133 1,193 22,308  4,973,333 1,300,000  4,850,000 1,177,513  5,000,000  359,752 6,081,852  249, 725 5,510,697  288 ·•················ 71,384 4,552,490  6 •••••••••••••••.•• ••••••••••••••••••  350  39, 731  20,000  5,000  70,068  30,210  5,000  350  285,687  289,075  243,600  369,171  39.,180  274,500  700  1,119  900  1,000  1,883  1,149  1,074  700  2,763  1,000  1,000  2,029  1,000  27,165,551  24,824,291  21,076,900  22,576,325  22,482,115  21,378,410  21,820  35,000  25,000  172,799 2,368  6,Q94 34,452  31,0()()  234,914  225,000  225,000  201,498 • 6,345  302,114 6,804  225,000  8,000  2,407  7,372  1,542  42,990 13,000  4,000  19,446 5,357 18,537  22,000 6,143 27,735  6,500 ___ .,. ___________ --4,500  Department of Commerce: Office of the Secretary: Administrative expenses, Smaller War Plants Corporation liquidation expenses ••••........•. 500 Transcripts, of studies, tables, and other records •• 500 Bureau of the Census: Special statistical work........................... 300 Working fund ......................•........•••.. , 300 Civil Aeronautics Administration: Expenses of foreign students...•.............•.... 150 Unearned fees, registration and recordation Qf aircraft ...............•.•...•••.........•...•... 700 Unearned copying fees ..•......................... 700 Working fund ............•...........•.•.•....... 450 Coast and Geodetic Survey: Refunds, sale of charts and publications..•........... 700 Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce: Special statistical work ......•......•.....••••.•..•.••.••... 500 Patent Office: Unearned fees .•.•••......•.•.•..•...........•.••. 700 Working fund .....•....•.••.....••.••..•..••..•.. 500 National Bureau of Standards: Working fund ............•.••..•••••••.••........ 050 Unearned testing fees .......•.......••..•.•.•..... 700 Weather Bureau: Special statistical work..•.......••. 600 0 •••••••••••••••••••••  Total, Department of Commerce ...........•..•••.....•..  ------ ------------  22,000  4,000  4,500  4,500  2,546  4,500  29,791  21,000  21,000  30,597  13,115  17,850  55,000  35,000  35,000  42,796 65,457  36,104 5,529  35,000  ------------- .. -----  • 60,250 2,500 753 286,395  2,500 12,740  2,500 18,321  2,500  1,711 20,811  • 32,578 2,489 22,602  424,755  341,321  317,000  579,985  4ft5, 375  700  50 ·•··•·•·••·•••••·· ················--  700  400 400  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures,   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  8,500,000  $1, 998, 012 2,550  200  350  Total, Department of Agriculture .•......•.•.......  Department of the Interior: Office of the Secretary: Effects of deceased employees..•..•.......•..•.... Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are known ..........•..•...•......•..... Southwestern Power Administration: Grand River Dam project, Oklahoma .......•••••..••• Bonneville Power Administration: Construction of electric transmission lines and substations, contributions...................................  14,288,758  600  60,928  48,620  5,989 .........•......•• ··•···············  4,615 ···········-····--  54,609 ··········----·--·  A118  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  12-Continued  APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS-Continued BY FUND AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Funds and appropriation title  APPROPRIATIONS EXPENDITURES Fune• tiona11-------,------~~------+------~-----------class 1948 1949 1950 1949 1948 1950 No. actual actual recommendation actual estimate estimate  Other trust appropriation accounts-Continued  Department of the Interior-Continued Bureau of Land Management: Expenses, public survey work •. ·---·---·-···----Orazing districts, contributed funds.·---------··Uneamed proceeds, lands, etc., Bureau of Land Management (Grazing Servloe) •• ---·-------··· Trustee funds, Alaska town sites •• ·-····-·-·--··. Unearned proceeds, lands, etc., Bureau of Land Management .•.•. _____ • ______________________ _ Completing surveys within railroad grant lands __ Bureau of Indian Affairs: Indian moneys, proceeds oflabor _-------------·-Miscellaneous trust funds of Indian tribes _______ _ Operation and maintenance, Indian irrigation systems _______________________________________ _ Construction of forest access roads to standing timber (advance from Reconstruction Finance Corporation) __________________________________ _ Bureau of Reclamation: Reclamation trustfunds _____ _ Geological Survey: Working fund ____________ -----------------------Operation and maintenance, Indian irrigation systems (transfer) _____________ -----·- __________ _ Bureau of Mines: Cooperative fund, synthetic l!qnld fuels program_ Metallurgical research and pilot plant contributions ___________________ • ______________________ _ Working fund ___________________________________ _ National Park Service: National Park Service, donations ________________ _ Preservation, birthplace of Abraham Lincoln ____ _ National Park trust fund ________________________ _ Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, contribution ___ . _____________________________________ _ Working fund ___________________________________ _ Fish and Wildlife Service: Contributed funds ___ ---------------------------Fox and fur-seal industries, Pribilof Islands______ _ Expenses, fur-seal and fox Industries, Pribilof Is• lands. _______ • ____ • _________ • __________________ _ Expenses, snle of furs ____________________________ _ Funds contributed for feeding deer, Alaska ______ _ Working fund ___________________________________ _ Government In the Territories: Funds contributed for Improvement of roads, bridges, and trails,  Alaska _____________________________________________ _  $15,831 86,618  $12,000 00,000  $12,000 00,000  $10,493 91,402  $12,142 82,138  $12,000 62,793  700 600  1,183 6,537  1,000 6,000  1,000 6,000  274 1,636  2,070 5,000  1,000 8,000  700  1,852,555  2,000,000  2,000,000  1,692,149  2,043,624  2,000,000 10,000  600 600  1,104,589 12,061,152  800,000 11,000,000  800,000 11,000,000  407,683 10,364,152  1,263,000 10,633,700  1,400,000 10,534,200  400  1,224,282  1,250,000  1,250,000  1,184,566  1,500,000  1,600,000  250 400  2,225,279  2,305,094  2,510,900  675,687 2,561,766  382,813 2,690,941  2,551,280  400  400  102  400  700 ------------------ ------------------  400  20,800 ------------------ ------------------  20,800  4,000 ------------------ ------------------ -----------------400 ------------------ ------------------ -----------------• 10,915  11,915  400  400  400 400  400 400  2,400 1,100  20,000 2,(00 1,100  38,648 250,000  20,000 250,000  20,000 290,000  128,386 3,331 3,800  545,000 873 500  690,000 226  89,346  83,000 5,000  84,947  • 5,000 31,175 151,745  25,000 260,000  27,000 265,000  400 30,000 ------------------ -----------------102,164 3,329 -----------------700 250 250 39 270 250 400 400 ------ -- ---- ------ ------ ---- -------- ---------- -------- --------- -- --- --- _ 250 -------- -- -- -- ---400 - ----- -- ---- ------ ------------------ - -----·----------188 ------------------ ----- -- -- ------ ---  450  179,840  300,000  300,000  47,697  246,000  300,000  19,154,894  18,044,633  18,263,~  17,593,442  19,880,691  19,546,696  103,496 2,108 8,229  4,302 8,324 16,901  ----- ------- ---- --  200 600 600  700  137  -----------------·-  1,000  1,000  1,000  1,000  1,000  700 700  100,000 984  120,000  125,000  108,252 3,839  125,000 5,000  125,000 5,000  700  200  1,452,098 818,001  1,475,000 825,000  1,475,000 825,000  1,391,434 798,359  1,517,000 762,000  1,475,000 810,000  700  1,264 2,421,000  2,426,000  2,416,717  2,439,527  2,416,137  Total, Department of Justice______________________ _ • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  20,000  400 400  Total, Department of the Interior________________ ----·Department of Justice: Legal activities and general administration: Fees and other collections, United States marshal,. Working fund, Office of the Attorney General. __ _ Working fund, miscellaneous trust fund _________ _ Immigration and Naturalization Service: Disposition of deposits of aliens who become pub• lie charges _____________________ ----------------Return of deposits to secure payment of :fines and passage money ___ -----------------------------Funds of civilian internees and prisoners of war __ _ Federal Prison System: Funds of Federal prisoners ______________________ _ Commissary fund, Federal prisons _______________ _ Miscellaneous accounts: Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are known _____ _  22,167 2,392 501  ,,ooo  2,372,347  Al19  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  12-Continued  APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS-Continued BY FUND AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Funds and appropriation title  APPROPRIATIONS EXPENDITURES Fune• tionalt-------,--------,------+--------.-------..,.--------class 1948 1949 1948 1950 1949 1950 No. recommendation actual estimate actual actual estimate  Other trust appropriation accounts-Continued  Department of Labor: Office of the Secretary: Supply and distribution of farm labor, employment service, war manpower functions ...........•.•.•.••.••••.•.•.•.••••.••.•••. Bureau of Labor Statistics: Special statistical work.••  350 550  $15,200  25,949  $29,201  $1,500  41,450  15,200  28,629  29,201  1,500  050  98,209  100,000  $100,000  050  60,000  78,969 18,370  119,240 30,000  100,000 11,630  700  60,000  60,000  20,000  35,000  700  300,000  300,000  250,000  300,000  700  1,500  1,500  1,000  1,500  461,500  461,500  420,240  448,130  5,000  5,000  Total, Department of Labor .....•..•.•.•••••••••••......• National Military Establishment: Department of the Air Force: · Air transportation, Air Transport Command.•••. Dodge memorial gymnasium.········-········--· Estates deceased soldiers, Department of the Air Force .•......•.•.•.•••.....•....• ·-..•..•.....•. Purchase of United States savings bonds, over• seas, Department of the Air Force ••..•••••.•••• Refund of unapplied balances from class A pay reservations of mentally Incompetent and de• ceased employees, United States savings bonds, Department of the Air Force.···········--·····  $2,680 $41,450  158,209  Department of the Army: Military functions: Fine.nee Department: Funds of alien-civilian employees for transfer overseas ... ··--·····-·-········ Inter•Amerlcan relations: Work and pro• curement progre.D1 for American Republics. ___ ••. ·-•••.••••••••• ·-.--· ••• -• Pay of the Army, deposit fund.- •••••.••. Advances for cost of delivery of surplus military property .••• ·····-············. Estates of deceased soldiers, United States Army .•....••••••..............•..•.••. Estates of deceased personnel.. ••..••••••. Effects of mentally Incompetent soldiers.• United States Department of the Army, general gift fund ..•.• ········-·········· Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are known·-·············· Funds of civilian internees and prisoners   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  of war ........•.. ·-······-··············  Personal funds of military and civilian personnel located overseas ••...... --.•.• Refund of unapplied balances under class B allotments, United States savings bonds ..•••....•••..•.•••••.•••••••.•••• Refund of unapplied balances of class A pay reservations of mentally incom• petent and deceased employees, United States savings bonds .•• _·-· •••.•••••••. Operating costs of plants by Army under Executive orders ..• ··-····-----···----Funds held for military personnel and related units overseas .• ··-········-···. Expenses, preparatory, Commission for International Refugee Organization••• -. Unclaimed moneys due creditors of con• tractors with the United States under cost-plus-a-fixed-fee contracts .•••.•.•.•• Civilian Conservation Corps, saving fund. Estates of deceased and mentally incom• petent enrolled members, Civilian Conservation Corps ••..•......••••..... Funds received by United States forces in occupied territory or under martial law, Territory of Hawaii ••• ···-·········-···  700 ····-·········-···  6,000  97,339  5,000 ···········-····-·  ·----------------35,000,000  238,382 16,344,287  9,227,763 25,000,000  1,000,000 30,000,000  ------------------ - -- ---------------  3,581  96,419  ------------ -------  213,888 7,526 120,121  262. 751 13,751 286,116  170,000 15,000 200,000  107  ---- ---- -- ----- ---  268  100  100  184, 663, 209  93,535,116  15,572,209  315,966  -------------- ------------------- --  100  9,480  10,000  10,000  5,000  6,623  7,000  7,000  4,966  -------------------------- ---------  150 700  20 29,633,052  600  35,000  700 700 700  208,878 13,078 112,696  050  107  700  3,088  700  150, 383, 607  700  78,198  700  21  100  700  5,153  5,000  10, 000, 000 33,000,000  190,000 15,000 120,000  190,000 15,000 120,000  ------------------ ------------------ -----------------3,200  3,200  ------------------ ----------------------------------- ------------ --- ---  050 75,749  331,261  471,666  15,000,000  12,000,000  3,399  54  100 100  100 100  700 ······-·-·-··-·-·· ··•··•····•·•····· ..•....•.........•  143  1,000  1,000  050  210  311  300  700 150  10,000,000  10,000,000  10,000,000  700 700  810 ············----·- --·······-··---·-·  A120  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  12-Continued  APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS-Continued BY FUND AND APPROPRIATION TITLE--Continued  Funds and appropriation title  Other trust appropriation accounts-Continued National Military Establishment-Continued Department of the Army-Continued Military functions-Continued Finance Department-Continued Purchase of United States savings bonds, overseas ________________________ _ Compensation awards, property requisitioned for national defense _____________ _ Kermit Roosevelt fund __________________ _ Transportation Corps: Relocation of refugees, Intergovernmental Committee ____________________________ _  Medical Department: Bequest of Maj Gen Fred C. Ainsworth to Walter Reed General HospitaL ____ _ Bequest of William F. Edgar, museum and library, Office of the Surgeon General of the Army _______________________ _ Working fund ___________________________ _ Corps of Engineers: Sewerage system, Fort Monroe, Va., contribution fund _________________________ _  EXPENDITURES APPROPRIATIONS Functional - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - class 1949 1950 1949 1948 1948 1950 No. estimate estimate actual actual recommendation actual  700 050 150  $1,700,000  - -- -- -- - -- - - --- -- - -------------· ----  $2,121,360  $1,795,164  $1,800,000  4,000  4,000  65,824 2,000  30,000 4, 151  30,000 4,000  4, 62), 343  11,876, 700  17,361,500  3,914, 186  11,815,504  16,361,500  050  279  279  279  306  573  279  83 •6  407 500 27 -- ----------------  050 050  28,900  28,000  27,500  30,513  30,000  30. 000  196, 921, 762  66,947,279  64, 431, .579  223, 865, 061  157, 773, 653  61,634,879  450  628,837  1,299,320  29,090  69,854  1,500,000  530,000  450  168,500  400  2,819,174  050  266. 816 1,695,000  3,802,970  1,163,805  342, 123 - - -- --- ---- -- -- --3,500,000  4,000,000  90,251 - - - - - - - - - - - ---- ---  400  243,067  050  • 401,943  318,365  179,000  100  2,410,100  I 2,600,500  2,428,000  2,409, 152  2,594,875  2,444,500  150  63,098,791  22,750,000  28,000,000  69,839,429  26,800,000  32,000,000  Total, "Department of the Army, civil functions_. __________ . _______ .. ______________ _  69,125,402  28,344,820  34,260,060  73,590,180  35,145,614  39,153,500  Total, Department of the Army _______________ _  266,047, 164  95,292,099  98,691,639  297,455, 241  192, 919, 267  100, 788, 379  3,246  3,000  1,000  10,000  10,000  10,000  10,000  Department of the Navy: Office of the Secretary: Office of naval records and library fund ______ _ United States Department of the Navy general gift fund _________________ •. ___________ _ Bureau of Naval Personnel: Ships' stores profits, Navy ___________________ _ U.S. Naval Academy museum fund ________ _ U.S. Naval Academy general gift fund ______ _ Bureau of Supplies and Accounts: Pay of the Navy, deposit fund _______________ _ Unclaimed moneys due creditors of contractors with the United States under cost-plusa-flxed-fee contracts _____________________ . __ _ Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are known ___________________ _ Compensation awards, property requisitioned for national defense _______ ._. ___________ . __ _  050 050 050 050 050  3,276,825 1,921 3,064  3,500,000 525 2,125  4,500,000 525 2,125  4,239,286 2,609 585  4,500,000 2,623 4,127  4,500,000 532 2,200  700  1,580,390  1,651,000  ], 679,000  569,365  800,000  900,000  700  199,543  100,000  50,000  6,025  50,326  24,000  700  300  600  050  298,838  • Deduct, excess of repayments and collections over expenditures. 1 Includes anticipated supplemental of $165,500.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  - -- -- -- - - - - - - - - 3,617  $1,700,000  150  Total, Department of the Army, military functions _________________ _ Civil functions: Corps of Engineers (rivers and harbors): Funds contributed for river and harbor improvements___________________________ Funds advanced for improvement of rivers and harbors______________________ Funds contributed for flood control, rivers and harbors______________________ Funds advanced for flood control, rivers and harbors______________________ Working fund, Army, Engineers, civil trust fund. ___________________________ ._ U. S. Soldiers' Home: Soldiers' Home permanent fund (annual appropriation) _______ _ Proceeds of remittances to and exports from occupied territories __ .. ____________________ _  $1,794,915  569 298,838  600 - - -- -- -- -- --------  A121  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  12-Continued  APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS-Continued BY FUND AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Funds and appropriation title  APPROPRIATIONS EXPENDITURES Functiona11------~--------------1-------~------------class 1948 1949 1950 1948 1949 1950 No. actual actual recommendation estimate actual estimate  Other trust appropriation aecounts-Continued  National Military Establishment-Continued Department of the Navy-Continued Bureau of Supplies and Accounts-Continued Personal funds of naval and civilian personnel located overseas .•................•......... Personal funds of deceased or missing per• sonneL ............................•........ Bureau of Medicine and Surgery: Naval hospital fund .•............•............................ _ Bureau of Yards and Docks: Naval reservation, Olongapo civic fund............................ Marine Corps: Pay of Marine Corps, deposit fund ..•••.•..•..........................•.•.... _  700  $113  700  16,283  $113 $7,057  $5,000  050  $13,400  11,519  $5,500  85 ........................•••••.......  050  284,122  350,000  425,000  170,443  439,000  400,000  700  1,929,089  1,900,000  1,900,000  1,058,311  1,200,000  1,500,000  Total, Department of the Navy ..•.......•.........  7,593, 734  7,524,307  8,572,650  6,359,516  7,018,308  7,342,232  Total, National Military Establishment.. ••........  273, 799, 107  103,277, 906  107, 725, 789  303, 912, 096  200,357,815  108,578, 741  82  300  300  529  1,283  300  Department of State: Collections from shipping companies for repatriation of American seamen ............................... . Expenses of detail of United States employees to American Republics, the Philippines, and Liberia .. Mexican claims fund ................................ . Mexican claims fund, expropriation of petroleum properties and default of bonds .................... . Payment of claims, Special Claims Commission under art. I, of agreement Oct. 25, 1934, between the United States and Turkey••..............•.....•... Rio Grande bank protection project, contributed funds ..•................•.......•...... -..•.... -.. -Unearned passport and application fees ...•.•....•.... Wages due American seamen..•....•.•...............  150  150 -·······--·-······ ·····-····-······· ···•····-···-··-·· 3,856 ····-··-·········· -················· 150 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 ......•.•....•.... ·················- ··•····-·· ....... . 150  4,085,327  150  9,052  2,835  400 700 450  40,000 1,334  30,000 3,000  50,000 3,000  48,634 861  2,623 50,259 4,958  60,000 3,000  Total, Department of State..•....••........•.............  6,626,743  2,533,300  2,553,300  62,932  61,958  53,300  100,000  100,000  100,000  96,105  101,549  100,000  3,000,000  2,500,000  Treasury Department: Fiscal Service: Bureau of Accounts: Payment of unclaimed moneys ..••.•......... Mexican claims fund, expropriation of petroleum properties and default of bonds, Department of State (transfer to Treasury) .... Mexican claims fund, Department of State (transfer to Treasury) .••...•••.....•.•••.•. Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are known ................... . Return of proceeds of Government obligations held for rightful owners...•.........•....... Outstanding liabilities..•.•.•....•....•....... Payment of claims, Special Claims Commis• sion, under art. II of convention of Apr. 24, 1934, between the United States and Mexico (transfer) .•...•.•........•....•.•.......••• Bureau of Customs: Philippine trust fund ..•......•..........•... Philippine trust fund (tonnage tax) .••••...... Bureau of Internal Revenue: American Samoa trust fund, coconut oil tax (internal revenue) ......••..........•.....•. Philippine trust fund, coconut oil tax (in• ternal revenue) .•.•.•........•........••.... Puerto Rico trust fund (internal revenue) ••• _ Expenses, Treasury Department, enforcement title III, National Prohibition Act, as amended, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands •..•...••••••••.....•••........•..•..   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  700  150  4,606,998  150  4,354,144  450  700 700 600  450  486  863 .....•............ ················-- -···············•·  1,009  22,345,970  114,634  150  62,323  15,000  600 600  44,163  10,000  3,862  600  1,500  1,500 ········-········· -·····•·••········  1,500  600 600  6,505  7,000  7,000  102,202 45,720  593,470  7,000  600  105,600  91, 700  85,000  83,102  105,718  107,331  A122  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950 TABLE  12-Continued  APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS-Continued BY FUND AND APPROPRIATION TITLE-Continued  Funds and appropriation title  EXPENDITURES APPROPRIATIONS Functlona11---------------------+-------,..-------~-----class 1950 1948 1948 1949 1949 1950 No. recommendation actual estimate actual actual estimate  Other trust appropriation accounts-Continued  Treasury Department-Continued Fiscal Service-Continued Bureau of Federal Supply: Purchfll!e of fuefand other commodities, foreign countries ___________ _ 150 Coast Guard: Coast Guard Academy, donations for chapeL _________ .• ________ ------------------- 450 Total, Treasury Department. _____________________ _  $1,702,583 $2  $216,811 ------------------  --- ------------ --- ----------- ---- --- ----- ------------- ------------------ - -- ---------------  212,970  $200,650  $193,950  33,347,658  4,148,191  $2,725,831  108, 071, 082  110,619,927  96,978,070  109, 097, 962  111, 639, 927  577  111  ------ ----- -- -----  502,477,071  382, 177, 119  288, 87 5, 094  500 250  5,718,830 169,209,321  147,750,000  88,250,000  350  • 41, 415, 963  • 15, 000, 000  • 20, 000, 000  District of Columbia._-----------------------------------  600  103, 075, 102  Chargeable against increment on gold: Melting losses, etc.  500  577  111  479, 006, 622  296, 206, 287  Total, other trust appropriation accounts ____________________ _  I  -----------------292, 159, 066  Checking accounts of Government corporations (uot wholly owned) with the Treasurer of the United States (net):  Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ______ ----------- __ Federal home-loan banks ____________ --------------------Consolidated Federal farm-loan bonds-Federal land banks .. _.------·--------------------------------------Funds of Farm Credit Administration agencies: Invest• ment account for Federal land banks and banks for CO• operatives _________________________________ ------- --- ---  350 - --- -------------- ---- --- ----------- -- ---- ------- -- -- .  Total, checking accounts of Government corporations (not wholly owned) with the Treasurer of the United States as fiscal agent (net) __________________ ------ ------------------ ------------------ -----------------Othe, special deposit accounts (net): Pay-roll allotments, United States savings bonds _________ ··-··- ···-··-·--·---···· ---------··---···- ----···-·-··--·-··  Federal tax withholdings_. _______________________________ -····Miscellaneous: United States Maritime Commission_________________ ---·-War Assets Administration_________________________________ Department of Justice ______________________________________ National Military Establishment ___________________________ Treasury Department ______________________________________ Other ____ -·-·-------·-·-------------·- __ -·-··---·--·· ______  ------·--·---·-·-· -·-··--·-·-···---- ----·-·------·-··-  11,193,000 ------------------ ------------------  144, 705, 188  132, 750, 000  68,250,000  1,385,853 18,368,055  ---·----------·-·· --------·--·------------·--·---·------------------·--·-·----------·---------- ________ _  52,496,794 38,162,107 • 20, 385, 238 • 66, 557, 565 24,763,284 • 18, 107,861  95,000,000 90,000,000 • 30, 000, 000 100,000, 000 24,000,000  30,000,000 • 13,000, 000 50,000,000 • 1,000,000  Total, other special deposit accounts (net) ________________ ----·--··--------- ----··-·-····----- --·---------------  30,125,429  279, 000, 000  66,000,000  250 250 600  3,298,592 687,200 11,145,650 924,925 3,000  20, 250, 049 350,000 2,478,400 600,000  250 350 250  • 167, 665, 000 44,209,200 s, 775  • 147, 750, 000 15,000,000  • 88, 250, 000 20,000,000  • 107, 387, 658  • 109, 071, 551  • 71, 741, 250  5, 894, 665, 386 356  5, 967,219,305  8, 781, 193, 289  6, 809, 572, 742  5, 967,219,305  8, 781, 193, 289  ----·-·-··-····-------···-------------··-----------·-·-·-----------·----·--·-··-·-·-·. ----------· ______  ------·-·-·----------·---------·---·-·-·---------·-· -----··---------·--------·----·------··-- __ ----··---  Sales and redemplions of obllgations of Government corporations and credit agencies in the market (net):  Guaranteed by the United States: Commodity Credit Corporation _____________ -----· __ _ Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation ________________ _ Federal Housing Administration._. _________________ _ Home Owners' Loan Corporation .• _________________ _ Reconstruction Finance Corporation._. ______ . ______ . Not guaranteed by the United States: Federal home-loan banks _____ •. _. ___________________ _ Federal land banks... __________________________ ·----· Home Owners' Loan Corporation ______ .• ------- _____ _  350 350  Total, sales and redemptions of obligations of Government corporations and credit agencies in the market (net) _____________________________________ ------ ----------·--··-·- ------------------ ----·------------Total.._________________________________________ ______ 5,812,942,567 6,949,302,540 8, 780,794,941 Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis ____________________________________ ------------···--- ----·------------· Total, trust accounts .. ______________________________________ _  5, 812, 942, 567  5, 949, 302, 540  8, 780, 794, 941  1  4,500,000 250,000 308,750 450,000  7 +914, 907,  • Deduct, excess or repayments and collections over expenditures. • Deduct, excess of sales over redemptions. 1 Includes anticipated supplemental of '1,088,099. 7 Due largely to transfer to budget receipts of approximately $750,000,000 of proceeds from sale of surplus war built merchant vessels (see contra-adjustment in table 11).   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Al23  SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES TABLE  13  RECEIPTS FROM AND PAYMENTS TO THE PUBLIC EXCLUDING MAJ"OR INTRAGOVERNMENTAL AND NONCASH TRANSACTIONS  [For the fiscal years 1948, 1949, and 1950. In millions '] 1948  Description  1949  actual  1950  estimate  estimate  RECEIPTS FROM THE PUBLIC  Direct taxes on individuals ___________________________________________________________________________________________ • Direct taxes on corporations ___________ . _____ . ____ -· ___ ._ •. __ ._._ .•• _•.•.•.•. __ .• _·- .• __ ·- _____ • __ • ___ . ___ .-·._ .•.••.•. Excise taxes and customs _____ • __ • _______ • __ . __ • ____ .• __ . ____________ ._ .•.•. _.•..• _••.••. _.. __ ._-· __ .-·._ .••.•. ·-. __ .•. Employment taxes ___________ • _____________ ...•... _•. __ ._ .• __ • ________ ._ ••• _._ •.••. __ .• __ •. _.•••• -· .••.•.•.••.• _·-. __ . Receipts from surplus property._ ..•.................•......•..•...•.•.•.•.........•.......•..••••..•...•.•••....•.... Deposits by States, unemployment Insurance .........................•..•..•.•.••.•.•......•.........••••••.••••.•.•• Veterans' life insurance premiums--··················································································· District of Columbia revenues.··-·-···-·············································································· Other Budget and trust-account receipts ...... •··-···································································, Refunds of budget receipts .....•.••........ •·················-························································  $21,896 10,174 7,824 2,396 1,830 1,007 434 87 2,006 -2,282  $19,327 11,709 8,122 2,599 693 982 447 95 1,663 -2, 714  12,252 8,307 5,283 365 1,228 467 100 1,496 -2,100  Total receipts from the public. _____ . __ --······-·-··--··- ............ -·-···-··-······-·-· .. -·-···-······-·······-  45,372  42,923  47,185  N atlonal defense...................................................................................................... 12, 150 Veterans' services and benefits-........................................................................................ 6,809 International affairs and finance....................................................................................... 5, 768 Social welfare, health, and security_................................................................................... 2,107 Housing and community facilities..................................................................................... 220 Education and general research_...................................................................................... 76 Agriculture and agricultural resources_................................................................................ 559 Natural resources not primarily agricultural........................................................................... 1,099 Transportation and communication................................................................................... 1,267 Finance, commerce, and industry..................................................................................... -43 Labor_................................................................................................................ 1,030 General government_ . . . . . . . • . . •• •• •• •• ••• •• . • . •• •• . • . •• . • . .• . .• . . . •• . • • •• • . . . • . . • . • . •• . ••• •• •• •• . •• •• . • . • . .• .. . . . . •. . 1, 289 Interest on the public debt............................................................................................ 3,871 Withdrawals and return of trust deposits.............................................................................. 246 Special deposit accounts (net) 1_....................................................................................... 30 Reserve for contingencies·-············································································•··············· ....•..•.•••.••••.•• Deduction from Federal employees' salaries for retirement funds_..................................................... -237 Clearing account for outstanding checks and telegraphic reports....................................................... +507 Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis........................................................................ -223  11,900 6,703 7,403 2,598 439 85 1,835 1,627 1,759 -17 1,127 1,068 3,869 151 279 45 -336 -400  14,332 7,865 6,905 4,464 353 414  $19,788  PAYMENTS TO ·rHE PUBLIC  1,656 1,872 1,587 -27 1,350 989 4,035 59 66 150 -359  Total pa)'lllents to the public·--·················-···································-···························  36,524  40,133  45,710  Excess of receipts from the public.................. ·-·········-·······"···-·····································  8,848  2,790  1,475  Excess of receipts from the public............................•...........•.......•...•..•..•..................•....••. Receipts from exercise of monetary authority 3 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Decrease or increase (-) in Treasury cash balance ....••.....•.•.........•.............•.....••......•......•..•..•..•.  8,848 37 -1,624  2,790 36 933  1,475 39 500  Repa)'lllent of borrowing from the public (net) .............................................................•....  7,260  3,759  2,014  REPAYMENT OF BORROWING FROM THE PUBLIC  Detail does not necessarily add to totals because of rounding. Excludes special deposit accounts of mixed-ownership Government corporations. • Consists of seigniorage on silver and increment resulting from reduction in weight of the gold dollar.  1  t  Table 13, "Receipts from and payments to the public," presents a picture of the flow of money between the Federal Government as a whole and the. public. The public is defined to include individuals; banks (including the Federal Reserve and Postal Savings Systems); businesse.s; private corporations; State, local, and foreign governments; and international organizations. This table, therefore, is useful in judging the effect of Federal finances on other sectors of the economy. Table 13 excludes from receipts and payments intragovernmental and noncash transactions which appear in   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  the Budget statements. It includes transactions between the trust accounts and the public which are not included in Budget receipts and expenditures. A more complete description of the terms and concepts used in this table appears on page 1375, part IV, where historical data for the years 1929 to date are also shown. A supporting schedule showing the derivation of the figures in table 13, and their relation to Budget receipts and expenditures, will be furnished on request to the Bureau of the Budget.  PART II  DETAILED ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATION and Other Authorizations for Government-Type Budgets and  Schedules Showing Actual Obligations for Fiscal Year I 948 and Estimated Obligations for Fiscal Years 1949 and I 9 50 GENERAL, SPECIAL, AND TRUST APPROPRIATIONS Legislative Branch The Judiciary Executive Office of the President and Independent Offices Federal Security Agency Federal Works Agency Department of Agriculture Department of Commerce Department of the Interior Department of Justice Department of Labor National Military Establishment: Office of the Secretary of Defense Department of the Air Force Department of the Army Department of the Navy Post Office Department Department of State Treasury Department District of Columbia  1  80000!)-49--l   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  INTRODUCTION TO PART II Detailed budget estimates are divided between parts II and III of the Budget. Part II covers most of the Government, but it excludes the Government corporations and certain similar agencies for which "business-type" budgets are printed in part III. In contrast to the business-type budgets (explained in the Introduction to part III), the budgets contained herein are sometimes called "Government-type" budgets. They consist of appropriation language and obligation schedules as explained below. CHAPTER SUMMARIES AND EXPLANATORY STATEMENTS  The contents of part II are arranged in chapters, generally one for each of the larger agencies and establishments; the remainder of the agencies in the executive branch are grouped with the Executive Office of the President in a single chapter. A summary table at the head of each chapter compares the estimated amounts of appropriations and contract authorizations for 1950 with the amounts for 1949. The 1949 columns show separately the amounts already available and a forecast of the supplemental appropriations required. The 1950 figures are in a single column, but a forecast of supplemental appropriations for general and special accounts-to be requested later-appears in a separate line or lines at the end of the relevant section of the table. The summary table is accompanied by an explanatory statement which describes briefly the functions and programs which are the basis of the appropriation language and detailed schedules which follow. APPROPRIATION LANGUAGE  The official "estimates of appropriation" recommended by the President are in the form of the exact language and amounts proposed for enactment. The language in appropriation acts for the fiscal year 1949 is used as a basis for the 1950 proposals. Brackets are set around material therein which it is proposed be omitted; italicized words and figures show proposed additions. In the case of permanent appropriations, including most trust accounts, an explanatory note is used in lieu of quoting the exact language of the law which makes the appropriation. Bold-face headings which precede the language and schedules are not a part of the appropriation acts but are the accounting titles assigned to each appropriation or fund. Immediately following the language are citations to relevant laws and the latest appropriation acts, after which the amounts of the 1949 appropriations and 1950 estimates are printed in bold-face type. If the appropriation is indefinite, the amount of the latest estimate is shown. SCHEDULES OF FUNDS AVAILABLE AND OBLIGATIONS  Schedules of obligational availability and obligations are presented for funds in the Treasury which are active for obligation purposes (except those which are in part III of the Budget), but not for special deposits with the Treasurer of the United States. The schedules cover the budget year (1950), the fiscal year in progress (1949), and the last completed fiscal year (1948). The schedules do not include supplemental appropriations not yet enacted, except those caused by the pay increase (Public Law 900, 80th Cong.) in fiscal year 1949, as explained below. Obligations represent the estimated cost of services rendered, orders placed, contracts awarded, etc., during the year, regardless of whether or not payment is made in the same year. Funds available for obligation.-The first section of the schedules shows the appropriations made or required, other sources of obligational availability, the transfers in and out, coming to a "total available for obligation." From this figure there are deducted the balances not used within the year, leaving the amount of "obligations incurred." Where the cost of an activity has been moved from one appropriation title to another for 1950, the schedules will often show a "comparative transfer" of the obligations for that 2   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  purpose in the years 1948 and 1949, in order that obligations for all 3 years under both appropriation titles will be on a consistent basis. Obligations by activities and objects.-Where possible obligations of each year are analyzed by activities, projects, or purposes. The classification used for this analysis differs according to the work done under the several appropriations. In addition, obligations are broken down by a uniform object classification, which shows the nature of the services or things purchased, regardless of the purpose for which they are used. Object classes are numbered from 01 to 16, inclusive. Detail of personal services.-The final section of the schedules gives considerable detail on the number of positions and the amounts required for personal services. Employment in "permanent" positions is separated as to departmental (central office) and field, and is broken by classification grade and in the higher grades by title. A "lapse" line provides a deduction for the savings due to vacancies, leave without pay, etc. Temporary positions and special categories of personnel, and additional compensation for overtime, night work, etc., are added to arrive at a grand total of personal services. OTHER SCHEDULES  Funds available for appropriation.-The law earmarks certain receipts for specific purposes. In most cases of earmarking, the receipts are permanently appropriated, but in a few instances the earmarked receipts are merely reserved, subject to annual appropriations. A special schedule of "funds available for appropriation" is used in the latter cases to show the amount of earmarked balances and receipts which are available to finance the annual appropriations payable therefrom. Revolving (working capital) funds.-The usual obligation schedules on revolving (working capital) funds which have a fixed amount of principal are generally supplemented with two special schedulesa statement of condition on June 30, 1948, and a statement of income and expense for the fiscal year 1948. SPECIAL PRACTICES IN THE 1950 BUDGET  Increases in pay scales resulting from Public Law 900.-The pay of most employees on a per annum basis was increased in the first part of July 1948 by Public Law 900, Eightieth Congress: Comparable increases were granted administratively by some agencies to employees in similar positions not covered by the law. The grade ranges and the salary costs shown opposite the various grades, titles, etc., in the schedules herein are stated at the rates prevailing prior to the increase; the estimated cost of the pay increase for both 1949 and 1950 is stated as a single lump sum in each schedule of obligation. This is often wholly or partly absorbed within the 1949 appropriation. Where it cannot be completely absorbed, a tentative estimate of the supplemental appropriation required therefor in 1949 is shown in the schedule of funds available for obligation. Reimbursements and reimbursable obligations.-A bureau or office especially qualified to do a certain kind of work is sometimes requested to perform a service for another bureau or office on a reimbursable basis. In such instances, the reimbursements are credited to the appropriation account from which the cost of doing the work has been paid. The schedules of part II this year segregate the reimbursements and the obligations incurred thereunder from the appropriated funds where both occur under a given appropriation title. Printing and binding.-New regulations of the Joint Committee on Printing issued in 1948 redefine printing to include reproduction by various duplicating-type machines and related services, not heretofore considered printing. During this year of transition, object class 06 is used herein to refer to contractual printing as previously defined. The costs of other reproduction work are included in object class 07 when done on a contractual basis, and in object classes 01, 07, 08, 09, etc., as heretofore, when done by the agency itself.  LEGISLATIVE BRANCH Comparative Summary of Appropriations and Appropriation Estimates Appropriations for 1949 Bureau or subdivision  Presently available  Supplementals required (forecast)  Estimates of appropriation Total  for 1950  Increase(+) or decrease ( - ) , 1950 over 1949  GENERAL AND SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS Annual specific appropriations: Senate.·--·· •• ·---·· ....•.•...•. ·-•· •••.... ···-·-··· •.. ···-··· ..............••• _. House of Representatives ........ ····-·· .. ··-··-···· ...... ·-·· ...........•.•••••••• Legislative miscellaneous ..............•...•..•...••.•...•..................... ···Architect of the CapitoL ..•...............•..•....•.•................... ····-····· Botanic Garden._.····················•·······-·····••···························· Library of Congress...•..•.•...•...•.••....•..•......•.................•........... Government Printing Office ..........••.....•.......••....•.......••..•.•••.......  $11, 033, 275 17,943,665 239,800 3,701,510 155,000 6,888,171 16,607,000  $545,207 705,160 8,950 303,168 18,900 470,700 109,155  $11, 578, 482 18,648,825 248,750 4,004,668 173,900 7,358,871 16, 716, 155  $11, 398, 970 18,952,895 255,575 15,863,800 188,000 8,466,525 17,507,200  -$179, 512 +304,070 +6,825 +11,859,132 +14, 100 +1, 107,654 +791,045  Total, annual specific appropriations ...•.•.•...................... ··-··-·······-· Permanent appropriation: Library of Congress .•.•.....•.......•....... -···-··········  56,568,421 86,215  2,161,230  68,729,651 86,215  72,632,965 86,424  + 13, 903, 314 +200  Total, general and special appropriations. __ ••...••..•...•.•............. __ ..... .  56,654,636  2,161,230  58,815,866  72,719,389  + 13, 903, 523  TRUST APPROPRIATIONS Library of Congress ....................•....•..•...•.•••..•......•........ ·-······-···· Government Printing Office ...•...•...•....................... ···············-----····  $185,622 2,200,000  $185,622 2,200,000  $98,000 2,200,000  -$87,622  Total, trust appropriations ...••.•...••..•.... _•. ··•····-···--·········-········-  2,385,622  2,385,622  2,298,000  -87,622  EXPLANATORY STATEMENT  The estimates for the legislative branch provide for the salaries and expenses of the Members and staff of the Senate and the Bouse of Representatives, and for the operation and maintenance of the Capitol, the Senate and the Bouse Office Buildings, the Botanic Garden, the Library of Congress, and the Government Printing Office. The total estimates of the legislative branch for 1950 represent an increase of approximately 24 percent over the total estimates for 1949, of which approximately 20 percent results from major capital repairs, improvements, and construction. The estimates for the Senate provide salaries and expenses for 96 Members and the regular employees, and for miscellaneous and contingent expenses of the Senate. The 1950 estimates indicate a net decrease of approximately 2 percent under the estimates for 1949. The estimates for the House of Representatives provide salaries and expenses for 435 Members, Territorial Delegates, and the regular employees. The 1950 estimates indicate an increase of approximately 1 percent over the estimates for the previous fiscal year. The estimates for miscellaneous activities of the legislative branch cover expenses for Capitol police, office of legislative counsel, education of congressional pages, and preparation of the statement of appropriations. An increase of approximately 3 percent is reflected in the 1950 estimates over the 1949 estimates.   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  The Architect of the Capitol is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Capitol, the Senate and Bouse Office Buildings, and the Library of Congress. The net increase of approximately 296 percent in the 1950 estimates compared with the 1949 estimates is attributable to the following items: Capitol Building and repairs, maintenance of the Senate and Bouse Office Buildings, Capitol power plant, Library buildings and grounds, and construction of an additional Senate Office Building. The Botanic Garden, which is also under the jurisdiction of the Architect of the Capitol, shows an 8 percent increase in its estimates principally due to greater needs for equipment, supplies, and materials. The Library of Congress provides library and reference services not only to Members of Congress and the entire Federal Government, but also to State and local governments and thousands of private citizens. The 1950 estimates for the Library of Congress are approximately 15 percent greater than the estimates for 1949. The Government Printing Office serves the entire Federal Government. Costs of printing included under the appropriation for public printing and binding are for the legislative branch only. The 1950 estimates show approximately a 5 percent increase over the 1949 estimates due to increases in legislative printing and some minor increases in the expenses of the Superintendent of Documents. 3  4  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950  ESTIMATES OF .APPROPRIATION SENATE ADMINISTRATIVE AND CLERICAL ASSISTANTS TO SENATORS SALARIES, MILEAGE, AND EXPENSES OF SENATORS  Salaries of SenatorsFor compensation of Senators, $1,200,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $1,200,000 Estimate 1950, $1,200,000 Mileage of President of Senate and of SenatorsFor mileage of the President of the Senate and of Senators, $51,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $51,000 Estimate 1950, $51,000  For administrative and clerical assistants and messengerr,service for Senators, $4,786,155. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act 1949.) Estimate 1950, $4,786,155 Appropriated 1949, $4,482,555 OFFICE OF SERGEANT AT ARMS AND DOORKEEPER  For office of Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper, $948,210. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $851,675 Estimate 1950, $948,210 OFFICES OF THE SECRETARIES FOR THE MAJORITY AND THE MINORITY  Expense Allowance of SenatorsFor expense allowance of Senators, $240,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Estimate 1950, $240,000 Appropriated 1949, $240,000  For the offices of the secretary for the majority and the secretary for the minority, $44,940. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) . Appropriated 1949, $43,620 Estimate 1950, $44,940  Total, salaries, mileage, and expenses of Senators: Appropriated 1949, $1,491,000 Estimate 1950, $1,491,000  Total, salaries, officers and employees, Senate: Appropriated 1949, $7,132,815 Estimate 1950, $7,605,550  SALARIES, OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES  CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE SENATE  Salaries, Officers and Employees, Senate-For compensation of officers, employees, clerks to Senators, and others, as authorized by law, including increased and additional compensation provided by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1945", as amended, and the "Postal Rate Revision and Federal Employees Salary Act of 1948", as follows:  Salaries and Contingent Expenses, Senate, Legislative ReorganizationLegislative reorganization: For salaries and expenses, legislative reorganization, including the objects specified in Public Law 663, Seventy-ninth Congress, $100,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $100,000 Estimate 1950, $100,000  OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT  For compensation of the Vice President of the United States, $20,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $20,000 Estimate 1950, $20,000 For clerical assistance to the Vice President, at rates of compensation to be fixed by him, $35,025. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Estimate 1950, $35,025 Appropriated 1949, $32,385 CHAPLAIN  Chaplain of the Senate, $2,520. ation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $2,520  (Legislative Branch AppropriEstimate 1950, $2,520  OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY  For office of the Secretary, $334,615. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $311,515 Estimate 1950, $334,615 COMMITTEE EMPLOYEES  For professional and clerical assistance to standing committees, $1,378,025. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $1,335,785 Estimate 1950, $1,378,025 CONFERENCE COMMITTEES  For clerical assistance to the Conference of the Majority, at rates of compensation to be fixed by the chairman of said committee, $28,030. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $26,380 Estimate 1950, $28,030 For,,clerical assistance to the Conference of the Minority, at rates of compensation to be fixed by the chairman of said committee, $28,030. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1919, $26,380 Estimate 1950, $28,030   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Salaries and Contingent Expenses, Senate Policy CommitteesSenate policy committees: For salaries and expenses of the Majority Policy Committee and the Minority Policy Committee, $43,640 for each such committee; in all, $87,280. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $82,000 Estimate 1950, $87,280 Salaries and Contingent Expenses, Senate, Joint Committee on the Economic ReportJoint Committee on the Economic Report: For salaries and expenses of the Joint Committee on the Economic Report, $72,640. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $70,000 Estimate 1950, $72,640 Salaries and Contingent Expenses, Senate, Joint Committee on Atomic EnergyJoint Committee on Atomic Energy: For salaries and expenses of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, including the objects specified in Public Law 20, Eightieth Congress, $154,950. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $150,000 Estimate 1950, $154,950 Salaries and Contingent Expenses, Senate, Joint Committee on PrintingJoint Committee on Printing: For salaries for the Joint Committee on Printing, $21,030, and for expenses of compiling, preparing, and indexing the Congressional Directory, $1,600; in all, $22,630. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $21,310 Estimate 1950, $22,630 Salaries and Contingent Expenses, Senate, Joint Committee on Foreign Economic .CooperationJoint Committee on Foreign Economic Cooperation: For salaries and expenses of the Joint Committee on Foreign Economic Cooperation, as authorized by Public Law 472, Eightieth Congress, including per diem and subsistence expenses without regard to the Subsistence Expense Act of 1926, approved June 3, 1926, as amended, $267,280. (Second Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $262,000 Estimate 1950, $267,280  LEGISLATIVE BRANCH  Salaries and Contingent Expenses, Senate, Joint Committee on Labor-Management RelationsAppropriated 1949, $50,000 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Automobile and Maintenance, for the Vice PresidentVice President's automobile: For purchase, exchange, driving, maintenance, and operation of an automobile for the Vice President, $5,330. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 194,9.) Appropriated 1949, $5,000 Estimate 1950, $5,330 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Automobile and Maintenance, for the President Pro TemporeAutomobile for the President pro tempore: For purchase, exchange, driving, maintenance, and operation of an automobile for the President pro tempore of the Senate, $5,330. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $7,500 Estimate 1950, $5,330 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Automobiles and Maintenance, Majority and Minority LeadersAutomobiles for majority and minority leaders: For purchase, exchange, driving, maintenance, and operation of two automobiles, one for the majority leader of the Senate, and one for the minority leader of the Senate, $10,660. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $10,000 Estimate 1950, $10,660 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Reporting Debates and ProceedingsReporting Senate proceedings: For reporting the debates and proceedings of the Senate, payable in equal monthly installments, $103,605. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $99,315 Estimate 1950, $103,605 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Cleaning Furniture-Furniture: For services in cleaning, repairing, and varnishing furniture, $2,760. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $2,760 Estimate 1950, $2,760 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Furniture and RepairsFurniture: For materials for furniture and repairs of same, exclusive of labor, and for the purchase of furniture, $12,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $12,000 Estimate 1950, $12,000 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Expenses of Inquiries and InvestigationsInquiries and investigations: For expenses of inquiries and investigations ordered by the Senate or conducted pursuant to section 134 (a) of Public Law 601_, Seventy-nin'th Congress, including compensation for stenographic assistance of committees at such rates and in accordance with such regulations as may be prescribed by the Committee on Rules and Administration, but not exceeding the rate of 25 cents per hundred words for the original transcript of reported matter; and including $50,000 for the Committee on Appropriations for the purposes mentioned in Sena,te Resolution Numbered 193, agreed to October 14, 1943, and Public Law 20, Eightieth Congress, $674,750: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be expended for per diem and subsistence expenses, except in accordance with the provisions of the Subsistence Expense Act of 1926, approved June 3, 1926, as amended. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949,) Appropriated 1949, $650,000 Estimate 1950, $674,750 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Folding Documents Folding documents: For folding speeches and pamphlets at a basic rate not exc{leding $1 per thousand, $25,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $25,000 Estimate 1950, $25,000 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Materials for FoldingMaterials for folding: For materials for folding, $1,500. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949,) Appropriated 1949, $1,500 Estimate 1950, $1,500 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Fuel for Heating Apparatus Fuel, and so forth: For fuel, oil, cotton waste, and advertising, exclusive of labor, $2,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949,) Appropriated 1949, $2,000   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Estimate 1950, $2,000  5  Contingent Expenses, Senate, Kitchens and RestaurantsSenate restaurants: For repairs, improvements, equipment, and supplies for Senate kitchens and restaurants, Capitol Building and Senate Office Building, including personal and other services, to be expended under the supervision of the Committee on Rules and Administration, United States Senate, $42,500. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $42,500 Estimate 1950, $42,500 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Mail TransportationMotor vehicles: For maintaining, exchanging, and equipping motor vehicles for carrying the mails and for official use of the offices of the Secretary and Sergeant at Arms, $9,560. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $9,560 Estimate 1950, $9,560 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Miscellaneous ItemsMiscellaneous items: For miscellaneous items, exclusive of labor, $630,395. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $626,765 Estimate 1950, $630,395 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Packing BoxesPacking boxes: For packing boxes, $3,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $3,000 Estimate 1950, $3,000 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Postage-Postage stamps: For office of Secretary, $350; office of Sergeant at Arms, $150; in all, $500. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $500 Estimate 1950, $500 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Air-Mail and Special-Delivery StampsAir-mail and special-delivery stamps: For air-mail and specialdelivery stamps for Senators and the President of the Senate as authorized by law, $10,250. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $10,250 Estimate 1950, $10,250 Contingent Expenses, Senate, StatioileryStationery: For stationery for Senators and for the President of the Senate, including $10,000 for stationery for committees and offices of the Senate, $58,500. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $58,500 Estimate 1950, $58,500 Contingent Expenses, Senate, Joint Committee on Inaugural CeremoniesAppropriated 1949, $108,000 The Sergeant at Arms is authotized and directed to secure suitable office space in post office ot other Federal buildings in the State of each Senator for the use of such Senator and in the city to be designated by him: Provided, That in the event suitable space is not available in such buildings and a Senator leases or rents-office· space elsewhere, the Sergeant at Arms is authorized to approve for payment from the contingent fund of the Senate, vouchers covering bona fide statements of rentals due in an amount not exceeding $900 per annum for each Senator. · Commencing with the fiscal year 1949 the Secretary of the Senate is authorized and directed to protect the funds of his office by purchasing insurance in an amount necessary to protect said funds against loss. Premiums on such insurance shall be paid out of the contingent fund of the Senate, upon vouchers approved by the chairman of the Committee on Rules and Administration. Salaries or wages paid out of the foregoing items under '' Contingent expenses of the Senate" shall be computed at basic rates as authorized by law, plus increased and additional compensation as provided by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1945", as amended, and the "Postal Rate Revision and Federal Employees Salary Act of 1948". (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Total, contingent expenses of the Senate: Appropriated 1949, $2,409,460 Estimate 1950, $2,302,420 Total, Senate, annual specific appropriations: Appropriated 1949, $11,033,275 Estimate 1950, $11,398,970  6  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950  HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES  SPECIAL AND MINORITY EMPLOYEES  SALARIES, MILEAGE, AND EXPENSES OF MEMBERS  For six minority employees, $37,870. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $35,890 Estimate 1950, $37,870  Salaries of Members and Delegates, House of RepresentativesFor compensation of Members of the House of Representatives, Delegates from Territories, and the Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico, $5,482,500. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.)  Appropriated 1949, $5,482,500  Estimate 1950, $5,482,500  Mileage and Expenses of Members and Delegates, House of RepresentativesFor mileage and expense allowance of Members of the House of Representatives, Delegates from Territories, and the Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico, as authorized by law, $1,266,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $1,266,000 Estimate 1950, $1,266,000 Total, salaries, mileage, and expenses of Members, House of Representatives: Appropriated 1949, $6,748,500 Eiitimate 1950, $6,748,500 SALARIES, OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES  Salaries, Officers and Employees, House of RepresentativesFor compensation of officers and employees, as authorized by law, including increased and additional compensation provided by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1945", as amended by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1946" and the "Postal Rate Revision and Federal Employees Salary Act of 1948", as follows: OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER For Office of the Speaker, $41,330. priation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $38,000  (Legislative Branch ApproEstimate 1950, $41,330  For the Speaker's table, including $2,000 for preparing Digest of the Rules, $26,110. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $25,120 Estimate 1950, $26,110 CHAPLAIN  (Legislative Branch Appropriation  Estimate 1950, $8,030  For office of the majority floor leader, including $2,000 for official expenses of the majority leader, $35,135. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $32,825 Estimate 1950, $35,135 For office of the minority floor leader, $25,910. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $24,260 Estimate 1950, $25,910 For two messengers, one in the majority caucus room and one in the minority caucus room, to be appointed by the majority and minority whips, respectively, $5,765. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $5,105 Estimate 1950, $5,765 For two printing clerks, one for the majority caucus room and one for the minority caucus room, to be appointed by the majority and minority leaders, respectively, $6,480. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $5,820 Estimate 1950, $6,480 For two clerks, one for the majority whip and one for the minority whip, to be appointed by said whips, respectively, $9,240. (Legislative Branch Appropr~ation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $8,580 Estimate 1950, $9,240 For a technical assistant in the office of the attending physician, to be appointed by the attending physician, subject to the approval of the Speaker, $5,450. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, Appropriated 1949, $5,120  Estimate 1950, $5,450  OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER For Office of the Postmaster, $150,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $135,480 Estimate 1950, $150,000 OFFICIAL REPORTERS OF DEBATES  Estimate 1950, $3,750  OFFICE OF THE CLERK For the Office of the Clerk, $452,020. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $413,715 Estimate 1950, $452,020 COMMITTEE EMPLOYEES For committee employees, including a sum of not to exceed $196,000 for the Committee on Appropriations, $1,768,350. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $1,500;000 Estimate 1950, $1,768,350 OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS For Office of the Sergeant at Arms, $302,715. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $275,325 Estimate 1950, $302,715 OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER For Office of the Doorkeeper, $525,095, including an additional Assistant to the Superintendent, House Press Gallery, at the basic salary rate of $2,400 per annum: Provided, That hereafter the pay of pages shall be at the basic rate of $1,800 per annum and shall continue until the end of the month during which the Congress 1tdjourns sine die, or recesses, or the fourteenth day after such adjournment or recess, whichever is the later date. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $4651 560 Estimate 19501 $5251095   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  (Legislative Branch Ap-  1949.)  THE SPEAKER'S TABLE  For the Chaplain, $3,750. Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $3,750  For three special employees, $8,030. propriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $7,040  For official reporters of debates, $105,815. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $100,865 Estimate 1950, $105,815 OFFICIAL REPORTERS TO COMMITTEES For official reporters to committees, $89,015. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $84,725 Estimate 1950, $89,015 APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE For salaries and expenses, studies and examinations of executive agencies, by the Committee on Appropriations, to be expended in accordance with section 202 (b) of the Legislative Reorganization Act, 1946, $150,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 194,9.) Appropriated 1949, $150,000 Estimate 1950, $150,000 Total, salaries, officers and employees, House of Representatives: Appropriated 1949, $3,317,180 Estimate 1950, $3,748,080 CLERK HIRE, MEMBERS AND DELEGATES  Clerk Hire, Members and Delegates, House of RepresentativesFor clerk hire necessarily employed by each Member and Delegate, and the Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico, in the discharge of his official and representative duties, $6,401,000, as authorized by 111,w, including increased and additional compensation  LEGISLATIVE BRANCH provided by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1945", as amended by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1946" and the "Postal Rate revision and Federal Employees Salary Act of 1948". (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $5,915,000 Estimate 1950, $6,401,000  CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE HOUSE  Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Furniture, Repairs, and Packing BoxesFurniture: For furniture and materials for repairs of the same, including labor, tools, and machinery for furniture repair shops, and for the purchase of packing boxes, $250,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $115,000 Estimate 1950, $250,000 Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Miscellaneous ItemsMiscellaneous items: For miscellaneous items, exclusive of salaries unless specifically ordered by the House of Representatives, including the sum of $27 500 for payment to the Architect of the Capitol in accordance with section 208 of the Act approved October 9, 1940 (Public Law 812); the sum of $1,200 for the exchange, operation, maintenance, and repair of the Clerk's motor vehicles; the sum of $500 for the exchange, operation, maintenance, and repair of the folding room motor truck; the sum of $2,200 for the purchase, exchange, maintenance, operation, and repair of the postoffice motor vehicles for carrying the mails; the sum of $600 for hire of automobile for the Sergeant at Arms, and materials for folding; in all, $165,000: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be used to pay the salaries of three additional laborers authorized in section 2 of the House Resolution Numbered 385, adopted December 17, 1943, and such positions are hereby abolished. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $165,000 Estimate 1950, $165,000 Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Stenographic Reports of Committee HearingsReporting hearings: For stenographic reports of hearings of committees other than special and select committees, $100,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $65,000 Estimate 1950, $100,000 Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Expenses of Special and Select CommitteesSpecial and select committees: For salaries and expenses of special and select committees authorized by the House, $600,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $600,000 Estimate 1950, $600,000 Salaries and Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Joint Committee on Internal Revenue TaxationJoint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation: For the payment of the salaries and other expenses of the Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation, $165,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $155,000 Estimate 1950, $165,000 Salaries and Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives Office of the Coordinator of InformationOffice of the Coordinator of Information: For salaries and other expenses of the Office of the Coordinator of Information, $65,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $65,000 Estimate 1950, $65,000 Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Telegraph and Telephone Service. Telegraph and telephone: For telegraph and tel.eph<:me service, exclusive of personal services, $350,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $450,000 Estimate 1950, $350,000  Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Stationery, Revolving FundStationery (revolving fund) : For a stationery allowance of $500 for each Representative, Delegate, and the Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico, for the second session of the Eighty-first   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  7,  Congress, and for stationery for the use of the committees, departments, and officers of the House (not to exceed $8,000), $227,000, to remain available until expended. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $227,000 Estimate 1950, $227,000  Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives,· Attending Phy~ sicianAttending physician's office: For medical supplies, equipment, and contingent expenses of the emergency room and for the attending physician and his assistants, including an allowance of $1,500 to be paid to the attending physician in equal monthly installments as authorized by the Act approved June 27, 1940 (54 Stat. 629), and including an allowance of not to exceed $30 per month each to four assistants as provided by the House resolutions adopted July 11 1930, January 20, 1932, and November 18, 1940, $6,985. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $6,985 Estimate 1950, $6,985 Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Postage StampsPostage stamps: Postmaster, $200; Clerk, $400; Sergeant at Arms, $250; Doorkeeper, $100; and to enable the Clerk of the House to procure and furnish each Representative, Delegate, and the Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico, United States air-mail and special-delivery postage stamps as authorized by law, $32,850; in all, $33,800. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $33,800 Estimate 1950, $33,800 Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Folding DocumentsFolding documents: For folding speeches and pamphlets, at a rate not exceeding $1 per thousand or for the employment of personnel at a rate not to exceed $5.20 per day per person, $75,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $65,000 Estimate 1950, $75,000 Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Revision of LawsRevision of laws: For preparation and editing of the laws as authorized by the Act approved May 29, 1928 (1 U. S. C. 59), $12,000, to be expended under the direction of the Committee on the Judiciary. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949,) Appropriated 1949, $10,000 Estimate 1950, $12,000 Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Automobile and Maintenance, for the SpeakerSpeaker's automobile: For exchange, driving, maintenance, repair, and operation of an automobile for the Speaker, $5,530. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $5,200 Estimate 1950, $5,530 Salaries or wages paid out of the foregoing items under "Contingent expenses of the House" shall be computed at basic rates as authorized by law, plus increased and additional compensation as provided by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1945", as amended by the "Federal Empl<>yees Pay Act of 1946" and the "Postal Rate Revision and Federal Employees Salary Act of 1948". No part of the appropriation contained in this title for the contingent expenses of the House of Representatives shall be used to defray the expenses of any committee consisting of more than six persons (not more than four from the House and not more than two from the Senate), nor to defray the expenses of any other person except the Sergeant at Arms of the House or a representative of his office, and except the widow or minor children, or both, of the deceased, to attend the funeral rites and burial of any person who at the time of his or her death is a Representative, a Delegate from a Territory, or a Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949,)  Total, contingent expenses of the House: Estimate 1950, $2,055,315 Appropriated 1949, $1,962,985  Total, House of Representatives, annual specific appropriations: Appropriated 1949, $17,943,665 Estimate 1950, $18,952,895  8  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950  CAPITOL POLICE Uniforms and Equipment, Capitol Police, House of RepresentativesGeneral expenses: For purchasing and supplying uniforms, purchase, exchange, maintenance, and repair of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles, contingent expenses, including $25 per month for extra services performed by a member of such force for the Capitol Police Board, $17,900. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $17,900 Estimate 1950, $17,900 Salaries and Expenses of Detailed Police, Capitol Police Board, House of RepresentativesCapitol Police Board: To enable the Capitol Police Board to provide additional protection for the Capitol Buildings and Grounds, including the Senate and House Office Buildings and the Capitol Power Plant, $8,600. Such sum shall only be expended for payment for salaries and other expenses of personnel detailed from the Metropolitan Police of the District of Columbia, and the Commissioners of the District of Columbia are authorized and directed to make such details upon the request of the Board. Personnel so detailed shall, during the period of such detail, serve under the direction and instructions of the Board and is authorized to exercise the same authority as members of such Metropolitan Police and members of the Capitol Police and to perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Board. Reimbursement for salaries and and other expenses of such detail personnel shall be made to the government of the District of Columbia, and any sums so reimbursed shall be credited to the appropriation or appropriations from which such salaries and expenses are payable and be available for all the purposes thereof: Provided, That any person detailed under the authority of this paragraph or under similar authority in the Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1942, and the Second Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1940, from the Metropolitan Police of the District of Columbia shall be deemed a member of such Metropolitan Police during the period or periods of any such detail for all purposes of rank, pay, allowances, privileges, and benefits to the same extent as though such detail had not been made, and at the termination thereof any such person who was a member of such police on July 1, 1940, shall have a status with respect to rank, pay, allowances, privileges, and benefits which is not less than the status of such person in such police at the end of such detail. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $8,600 Estimate 1950, $8,600 The foregoing amounts under "Capitol Police" shall be disbursed by the Clerk of the House. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.)  STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS Statement of AppropriationsFor the preparation, under the direction of the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and House of Representatives of the statements for the first session of the Eighty-first Congress, showing appropriations made, indefinite appropriations, and contracts authorized, together with a chronological history of the regular appropriation bills as required by law, $4,000, to be paid to the persons designated by the chairmen of such committees to do the work. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $4,000 Estimate 1950, $4,000 Total, legislative miscellaneous, annual specific appropriations: Estimate 1950, $255,575 Appropriated 1949, $239,800  ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL OFFICE OF THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL  Salaries, Office of Architect of the CapitolSalaries: For the Architect of the Capitol, Assistant Architect of the Capitol (whose compensation shall be at the rate of $7,000 per annum), Chief Architectural and Engineering Assistant, and other personal services at rates of pay provided by law; and the Assistant Architect of the Capitol shall act as Architect of the Capitol during the absence or disability of that official or whenever there is no Architect, and, in case of the absence or disability of the Assistant Architect, the Chief Architectural and Engineering Assistant shall so act; [$105,000] $120,100. (40 U.S. C. 161, 162, 164a, 166b; 31 U. S. C. 689; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, $105,000 Estimate 1950, $120,100  FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION Appropriation or estimate ________________ Proposed supplemental estimate due to pay increase ____________________________  Salaries and Expenses, Legislative Counsel, SenateSalaries and Expenses, Legislative Counsel, House of RepresentativesFor salaries and expenses of maintenance of the Office of the Legislative Counsel, as authorized by law, including increased and additional compensation as provided by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1945", as amended by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1946" and the "Postal Rate Revision and Federal Employees Salary Act of 1948", $1951-.000, of which $105,000 shall be disbursed by the Secretary of the i:;enate and $90,000 by the Clerk of the House of Representatives. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949,) Appropriated 1949, $180,000 Estimate 1950, $195,000 EDUCATION OF SENATE AND HOUSE PAGES Education of Senate, House and Supreme Court PagesFor education of congressional pages and pages of the Supreme Court, pursuant to section 243 of the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946, $30,075, which amount shall, as soon as practicable after June 30, 1949, be credited to the appropriation for "General supervision and instruction, public schools, District of Columbia, 1950"; and the Board of Education of the District of Columbia is hereby authorized to employ such personnel for the education of pages as may be required and to pay compensation for such services in accordance with such rates of compensation as the Board of Education may prescribe. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Estimate 1950, $30,075 Appropriated 1949, $29,300   https://fraser.stlouisfed.org Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  1950 estimate  $105,000  $120,100  7,530  --------------  112,530  120,100  104,537  112,530  120,100  $104,537  $105,000 7,530  $112,240 7,860  104,537  112,530  120,100  $105,000  -- ------- ------  Total available for obligation _______ Unobligated balance, estimated savings ___ Total obligations ___________________ OBLIGATIONS  OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL  1949 estimate  1948 actual  BY  --- ------------ --------------  OBIECTS  Personal services: At rates prior to Public Law 900 ________ Cost of Public Law 900 _________________ 01  105,000 -463  ---------------  Personal services __ ----------------_ DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES  Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total Departmental: Professional service: ber salary ber salary ber salary 8. Range $9,975 to $10,000: Grade Architect ______________ --- __________ Grade 7. Range $8,180 to $9,377: Chief, architectural and engineering assistant __________________________ Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905: Engineer (superintendent of construction) _________________________ Elevator engineer ___________________ Grade a. Range $4,150 to $4,902: , Associate engineer (civil) ___________ Associate engineer __________________ Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150 _______ Statutory: Assistant architect ____________________ Clerical, administrative, fiscal service: GTi:in~is:~~~mi:/~~'.~~----Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902: Accountant and auditor ____________ Administrative assistant ____________ Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773 _______ Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397 _______ Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845 _______ Grade 1. Range $1,756 to $2,168 _______ Crafts, protective, custodial service: Grade 10. Range $3,648 to $4,400 ______  1  $10,000  1  $10,000  1  $10,000  1  8,479  1  8,479  1  8,778  1 1  5,905 5,905  1 1  5,905 5,905  1 1  5,905 5,905  1 1 1  4,902 4,651 3,899  1 1 1  4,902 4,777 4,024  1 1 1  4,902 4,902 4,024  1  8,778  1  8,778  1  8,778  1  6,623  1  6,623  1  6,863  1  4,002  1  4,902  2 4  1  6,794 10,253 2,168  2 4 1  6,794 10,403 2,168  1 1 3 2 4 1  4,902 4,150 10,944 6,794 10,778 2,168  1  3,773  1  3,899  1  4,024  --- a----------- --------------10,693 10,567 3  Total permanent, departmental. ____ Deduct lapses ____________________________  21 97,599 0.9 2,806  21 98,252 0.6 2, o.52  22 103,817 0,2 797  Net permanent, departmental (av• erage number, net salary) _________  20.1 94,793  20.4 96,200  21. 8 103, 020  9  LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  $1,088  $400  $400  8,656  DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES-Con. Regular pay in excess of 52-week base..... Overtime pay, additional compensation, and holiday pay, departmental.. .....•..  DETAIL  8,400  8,820  Personal services at rates prior to Public Law 900................... 104,537 Cost of Public Law 900 .......•...••..........••......•..  105,000 7,530  112,240 7,860  01  112,530  120,100  Personal services ...•.......•.••••••.  104,537  Appropriations under the control of the Architect of the Capitol shall be available for expenses of travel on official business not to exceed in the aggregate under all funds the sum of $1,500. (40 U.S. C. 166a; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.)  CAPITOL BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS  Capitol Building and RepairsCapitol Buildings: For necessary expenditures for the Capitol Building and electrical substations of the Senate and House Office Buildings, under the jurisdiction of the Architect of the Capitol, including minor improvements, maintenance, repair, equipment, supplies, material, fuel, oil, waste, and appurtenances; furnishings and office equipment; special and protective clothing for workmen; [waterproof wearing apparel;] personal and other services; cleaning and repairing works of art; purchase or exchange, maintenance and driving of motor-propelled passenger-carrying office vehicle; not exceeding $300 for the purchase of [technical and] necessary reference books[,] and periodicals[, and city directory]; not to exceed $150 for expenses of attendance, when specifically authorized by the Architect of the Capitol, at meetings or conventions in connection with subjects related to work under the Architect of the Capitol; [$543,990, of which .$52,900 shall be immediately available] $678,000. (40 U.S. C. 162, 163, 163a; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1949.) Appropriated 1949, a $578,990 Estimate 1950, $678,000 • Includes $35,000 appropriated in the Second Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1948. 1948 actual  1949 estimate  1950 estimate  FUNDS AVAILABLE i'OR OBLIGATION Appropriation or estimate ...•......•.•.•. $463,700 $578,990 $678,000 Proposed supplemental estimate due to pay increase ..•..........................••..•......... 48,473 Available from subsequent year appropriation................................ 52,900 .........•...•...•..••.••.••• Available in prior year................................... -52,900 ..•......•...• Total available for obligation....•.. Prior year balance available ....•...•..•.. Balance available in subsequent year ...•• Unobligated balance, estimated savings ...  516,600 24,664 -77, 564 -1, 573  574,563 77,564 -19,036  ---------------  678,000 19,036  --------------19,036  1-------+-----  T otal obligations ..........•....•..• OBLIGATIONS  BY  462,127  633,091  678,000  0B1ECTS  01 Personal services: $410,472 $398,170 At rates prior to Public Law 900.... $388,046 48,473 48,473 Cost of Public Law 900 ....•.•••..•................ 02 Travel................................ 62 100 100 03 Transportation of things.............. 12 25 25 04 Communication services.............. 32 20 20 07 Other contractual services: Painting, annual ......•.•....•.•.•• 15,066 12,500 25,000 Painting and cleaning Rotunda and Statuary Hall. ..............•...•..........•................... 68,500 Painting dome and central portion.. ............... 52,900 ............. . Elevator repairs, annual............ 1, 672 2, 250 2,250 Substation equipment and repairs.. 7, 012 4, 800 5,500 Increase output capacity, substa• tion, Se