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M ESSAGE O F T H E

President of the United States




THE BUDGET
TRANSMITTING

FOR THE SERVICE OF THE
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B u d g e t m e s s a g e o f t h e P r e s i d e n t o f t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s _______ _____________________________________________________________________
C h a r t p r e s e n t a t i o n o f e s t i m a t e s o f a p p r o p r i a t i o n s , r e c e ip t s a n d e x p e n d i t u r e s , f o r fis c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 _____________________________
C h a r t _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ O p p o s i t e
D e s c r i p t i o n o f g o v e r n m e n t a l f u n c t i o n s ________________________ ______________________________________________________________________
D e s c r i p t i o n o f B u d g e t s t a t e m e n t s ____________________ - _____________________________________________________________________ — -----------B a l a n c e d s t a t e m e n t o f ( 1 ) t h e c o n d i t i o n o f t h e T r e a s u r y a t t h e e n d o f t h e fis c a l y e a r s 1 9 2 7 a n d 1 9 2 8 , ( 2 ) t h e e s t i m a t e d
c o n d i t i o n o f t h e T r e a s u r y a t t h e e n d o f t h e f is c a l y e a r i n p r o g r e s s ( 1 9 2 9 ) , a n d ( 3 ) t h e e s t i m a t e d c o n d i t i o n o f t h e T r e a s u r y
a t t h e e n d o f t h e e n s u i n g f is c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 i f t h e f i n a n c i a l p r o p o s a l s c o n t a i n e d i n t h e B u d g e t a r e a d o p t e d _________________
D e t a i l e d s t a t e m e n t o f o r d i n a r y e x p e n d i t u r e s b y o r g a n i z a t i o n u n i t s , e t c ., fi s c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 , c o m p a r e d w i t h p r i o r y e a r s -------------D e t a i l e d s t a t e m e n t o f o r d i n a r y r e c e i p t s b y o r g a n i z a t i o n u n i t s a n d s o u rc e s o f r e v e n u e , fis c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 , c o m p a r e d w i t h
p r i o r y e a r s _____________________________________________________ _______ _______________________________________________________________
S t a t e m e n t o f r e c e i p t s , u n d e r c l a s s i f i c a t i o n o f T r e a s u r y d a i l y s t a t e m e n t , fis c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 , c o m p a r e d w i t h p r i o r y e a r s ________
S t a t e m e n t o f o r d i n a r y e x p e n d i t u r e s b y c h a r a c t e r , s h o w i n g e s t i m a t e d e x p e n d i t u r e s f o r t h e fis c a l y e a r s 1 9 3 0 a n d 1 9 2 9 , a n d
a c t u a l e x p e n d i t u r e s f o r t h e fis c a l y e a r 1 9 2 8 ____________________________________________________ ______ ____________________________
S u m m a r y o f o r d i n a r y r e c e i p t s , b y s o u r c e s o f r e v e n u e , fis c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 , c o m p a r e d w i t h p r i o r y e a r s _____________________________
S t a t e m e n t o f e x p e n d i t u r e s a n d r e c e i p t s , P o s t O f f i c e D e p a r t m e n t a n d P o s t a l S e r v i c e , fis c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 , c o m p a r e d w i t h p r i o r
y e a r s ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______ _____
S t a t e m e n t o f o p e r a t i o n s o f t h e P a n a m a C a n a l ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------S t a t e m e n t o f o p e r a t i o n s o f t h e S h i p p i n g B o a r d a n d M e r c h a n t F l e e t C o r p o r a t i o n _______________________________________________
S t a t e m e n t o f v a r i o u s a c c o u n t s , f u n d s , a n d a u t h o r i z a t i o n s ____________________________________________________ _____________________
S u m m a r y o f e s t i m a t e s a n d a p p r o p r i a t i o n s , c la s s ifie d b y g o v e r n m e n t a l f u n c t i o n s , f is c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 , c o m p a r e d w i t h 1 9 2 9 ---------S u m m a r y o f e s t i m a t e s a n d a p p r o p r i a t i o n s , c la s s ifie d b y c h a r a c t e r a n d o b j e c t s o f e x p e n d i t u r e , f is c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 , c o m p a r e d
w i t h 1 9 2 9 ________________________ ______ ______________________________________________________________________________________________
S t a t e m e n t o f e x p e n d i t u r e s , b y c h a r a c t e r a n d o b j e c t s , f is c a l y e a r s 1 9 2 5 t o 1 9 2 8 , i n c l u s i v e _______________________________________
S u m m a r y o f e x p e n d i t u r e s , c la s s ifie d b y g o v e r n m e n t a l f u n c t i o n s , fi s c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 , c o m p a r e d w i t h p r i o r y e a r s _________________
C o m p a r i s o n o f a p p r o p r i a t i o n s r e c o m m e n d e d a n d a p p r o p r i a t i o n s m a d e b y C o n g r e s s , f is c a l y e a r 1 9 2 9 , c o m p a r e d w i t h 1 9 2 8 _ _
S t a t e m e n t o f e s tim a te s o f a p p r o p r ia tio n s f o r 19 3 0 a n d a p p r o p r ia tio n s fo r 1 9 2 9 , s h o w in g p e rc e n ta g e s o f th e t o ta ls fo r c u r­
r e n t o p e r a t i o n s _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
C o m p a r a t i v e s t a t e m e n t o f a p p r o p r i a t i o n s , f is c a l y e a r s 1 9 2 8 a n d 1 9 2 9 _____________________________________ ______...____________ 1 7
S t a t e m e n t o f a n n u a l , p e r m a n e n t , a n d o t h e r a p p r o p r i a t i o n s , i n c l u d i n g b a l a n c e s o f a p p r o p r i a t i o n s o f p r i o r fi s c a l y e a r s ,
a v a i l a b l e f o r e x p e n d i t u r e d u r i n g f is c a l y e a r 1 9 2 9 , a s o f N o v e m b e r 1 , 1 9 2 8 _____________________________________________________
F in a n c ia l s ta te m e n ts :
C o n s o l i d a t e d c u r r e n t b a l a n c e s h e e t a t c lo s e o f b u s in e s s , J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 2 8 ___________________________________ ______ ____________
S t a t e m e n t o f o p e r a t i o n s , g e n e r a l f u n d , fi s c a l y e a r 1 9 2 8 ________________________________________________________________________
S t a t e m e n t o f o p e r a t i o n s , p u b l i c - d e b t ( l o a n ) f u n d s , f i s c a l y e a r 1 9 2 8 __________________________________________________________
C o n s o l i d a t e d s t a t e m e n t o f o p e r a t i o n s , fis c a l y e a r 1 9 2 8 ________________________ _______ ________________________________________
P u b lic d e b t s ta te m e n ts —
S u m m a r y s t a t e m e n t o f o u t s t a n d i n g d e b t o f t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s a t c lo s e o f b u s in e s s , J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 2 8 , c o m p a r e d w i t h
J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 2 7 , a n d J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 1 6 _______________________________________________ ______ __________________________________
D e t a i l e d s t a t e m e n t o f o u t s t a n d i n g d e b t o f t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s a t c lo s e o f b u s in e s s , J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 2 8 , c o m p a r e d w i t h
J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 2 7 , a n d J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 1 6 __________________________________________________________ ______________________________
S t a t e m e n t o f s e c u r i t i e s o w n e d b y t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s , J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 2 8 ______________ ___________________________________________
C u m u la t iv e s in k in g f u n d s ta te m e n ts —
A c t u a l , f i s c a l y e a r 1 9 2 8 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________
E s t i m a t e d , f i s c a l y e a r 1 9 2 9 __________________________________________________________________________________________________
E s t i m a t e d , fi s c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 _____________________________________________________________________________ I --------------------------------- -P r o p o s e d p u b l i c - d e b t is s u e s a n d r e d e m p t i o n s , f is c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 , c o m p a r e d w i t h p r i o r y e a r s ________________________________
S t a t e m e n t s u m m a r i z i n g a n d c o m p a r i n g , b y c l a s s i f i c a t i o n s e r v i c e s a n d g r a d e s , f o r t h e f is c a l y e a r s 1 9 3 0 , 1 9 2 9 , a n d 1 9 2 8 ,
a v e r a g e n u m b e r o f e m p l o y e e s , a v e r a g e s a l a r y r a t e s , a n d t h e t o t a l s a la r ie s o f t h e p e r s o n n e l o f t h e e x e c u t i v e d e p a r t m e n t s
a n d i n d e p e n d e n t e s t a b l i s h m e n t s i n t h e D i s t r i c t o f C o l u m b i a c la s s ifie d u n d e r t h e a c t o f M a r c h 4 , 1 9 2 3 _____________________
S t a t e m e n t s u m m a r i z i n g a n d c o m p a r i n g , b y d e p a r t m e n t s a n d i n d e p e n d e n t e s t a b l i s h m e n t s , f o r t h e f is c a l y e a r s 1 9 3 0 , 1 9 2 9 ,
a n d 1 9 2 8 , t h e a v e r a g e n u m b e r o f e m p l o y e e s , t h e a v e r a g e s a l a r y r a t e , a n d t h e t o t a l s a la r ie s o f t h e p e r s o n n e l i n t h e
D i s t r i c t o f C o l u m b i a c la s s ifie d u n d e r t h e a c t o f M a r c h 4 , 1 9 2 3 _________________________________________________________________
E x p l a n a t o r y s y n o p s i s o f t h e e s t i m a t e s o f a p p r o p r i a t i o n s ___________________________________________________________________________
R e c a p i t u l a t i o n o f e s t i m a t e s o f a p p r o p r i a t i o n s , fis c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 , c o m p a r e d w i t h a p p r o p r i a t i o n s f o r f is c a l y e a r 1 9 2 9 ___________

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W e h a v e n o im m e d ia te p ro s p e c t o f a n y fu r t h e r r e d u c tio n in
w a y

th e

b e n e fits w h ic h

have

gone

to

th e p e o p le

b y

b o th

th is

ye a r,

19 2 9 , an d

next

I t is c le a r t h a t w e c a n n o t a s s u m e

W e

a re c o m m itte d ir r e v o c a b ly

la w s w h ic h

to

a

w ill b e c o n s id e r e d is a

ta x ra te s ; b u t w e h a v e n o th o u g h t

th e fo u r re d u c tio n s a lr e a d y m a d e in
T

ta x e s .

VI

ffiE BUDGET, 1930

In the following table a comparison is made with the estimates of appropriations for 1930 contained in this
Budget and the appropriations for 1929:
E ates of appropria­
stim
tions, 1 3
00

A
ppropriations, 19291

L e g i s l a t i v e e s t a b l i s h m e n t _________________________________________________

$ 18 , 9 19 , 73 0 . 64

$ 1 7 , 9 13 , 8 73 . 26

E x e c u t i v e O f f i c e ___________________________________________________________
In d e p e n d e n t e s ta b lis h m e n ts :
A l a s k a r e l i e f f u n d s ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------A m e r i c a n B a t t l e M o n u m e n t s C o m m i s s i o n _________________________
A r l i n g t o n M e m o r i a l B r i d g e C o m m i s s i o n ___________________________
B o a r d o f M e d i a t i o n __________________________________________________
B o a r d o f T a x A p p e a l s -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------B u r e a u o f E f f i c i e n c y --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------C i v i l S e r v i c e C o m m i s s i o n ____________________________________________
C o m m i s s i o n o f F i n e A r t s ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------E m p l o y e e s ’ C o m p e n s a t i o n C o m m i s s i o n ____________________________
F e d e r a l B o a r d f o r V o c a t i o n a l E d u c a t i o n ___________________________
F e d e r a l P o w e r C o m m i s s i o n __________________________________________
F e d e r a l R a d i o C o m m i s s i o n __________________________________________
F e d e r a l R e s e r v e B o a r d ______________________________________________
F e d e r a l T r a d e C o m m i s s i o n _____ ____________________________________
G e n e r a l A c c o u n t i n g O f f i c e ______ _ ___________________________________
H o u s i n g C o r p o r a t i o n _________________________________________________
I n t e r s t a t e C o m m e r c e C o m m i s s i o n ______ ___________________________
N a t i o n a l A d v i s o r y C o m m i t t e e f o r A e r o n a u t i c s ____________________
P u b l i c B u i l d i n g s a n d P u b l i c P a r k s _________________________________
S m i t h s o n i a n I n s t i t u t i o n _____________________________________________
. T a r i f f C o m m i s s i o n ____________________________________________________
U n i t e d S t a t e s G e o g r a p h i c B o a r d ____________________________________
U n i t e d S ta te s S h ip p in g B o a r d a n d M e r c h a n t F le e t C o r p o r a tio n .
U n i t e d S t a t e s V e t e r a n s ’ B u r e a u _____________________________________
M i s c e l l a n e o u s _________________________________________________________

4 5 8 ,1 2 0 . 0 0

4 3 7 ,1 8 0 . 0 0

15 ,
600,
2 , 000,
348,
725 ,
228,
1 , 2 5 1,
9,
4, 0 77,
8, 176 ,
179 ,
16 4,
2 , 605,
1 , 289,
4 , 13 2 ,
3 9 7,
8, 213 ,
1, 300,
2 , 888,
1 ,1 0 7 ,
8 15 ,

000.
000.
000.
270 .
863.
13 0 .
562.
080.
326.
12 0 .
500.
440.
741.
76 0.
000.
950.
825.
000.
0 6 1.
573 .
000.
9, 200.
9 , 994, 000.
5 9 7, 3 75 , 000.

15 ,
70 0 ,
2, 300,
3 4 7,
720 ,
210 ,
1 , 13 0 ,
7,
3, 755 ,
8, 220,
12 0 ,
364,
2 , 70 0 ,
1 ,0 4 8 ,
3, 820,
475 ,
7 , 654,
600,
2, 652,
1 , 004,
754,
4,
13 , 688,
560, 060,
2 14,

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

000.
000.
000.
902.
740 .
350.
352.
300.
010 .
000.
890.
0 2 7.
000.
000.
000.
75 0 .
745 .
000.
980.
16 2 .
000.
300.
750 .
000.
3 74.

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

6 4 8 , 3 6 1, 5 2 1. 00

D e p a r t m e n t o f A g r i c u l t u r e _____________________________________________
D e p a r t m e n t o f C o m m e r c e ______________________________________________
D e p a r t m e n t o f t h e I n t e r i o r ____________________________________________
D e p a r t m e n t o f J u s t i c e __________________________________________________
D e p a r t m e n t o f L a b o r ___________________________________________________
N a v y D e p a r t m e n t _______________________________________________ _______
P o s t O ffic e D e p a r t m e n t , p o s t a l d e fic ie n c y , p a y a b le f r o m T r e a s u r y .
S t a t e D e p a r t m e n t -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------T r e a s u r y D e p a r t m e n t __________________________________________________
W a r D e p a r t m e n t , i n c l u d i n g P a n a m a C a n a l __________________________
D i s t r i c t o f C o l u m b i a ____________________________________________________
T o ta l, o rd in a ry .

6 13 , 005, 8 12 . 00

15 4, 232,
58, 459,
3 10 , 9 5 7,
2 8 ,1 0 3 ,
10 , 719 ,
3 49 , 125 ,
7 1 ,2 0 9 ,
14 , 74 4,
3 2 9 ,6 9 8 ,
4 4 4 , 835,
39, 935,

T o t a l , E x e c u t i v e O ffic e a n d in d e p e n d e n t e s ta b lis h m e n ts _

15 4 ,
38,
300,
26,
11,
364,
83,
14,
345,
408,
40,

13 1.
749 .
045.
5 70 .
430.
482.
325.
8 3 1.
6 15 .
222.
622.

00
00
78
00
00
00
00
43
80
00
00

723 ,
3 75 ,
632,
808,
0 78 ,
233,
495,
466,
940,
605,
3 5 7,

79 3 .
530.
539.
062.
340.
362.
830.
236.
278 .
3 5 1.
308.

88
00
00
50
00
00
00
39
00
50
00

2 , 4 7 9 , 3 0 2 , 2 7 5 . 65

2 , 4 1 9 , 636 , 3 16 . 53

3 7 9 , 5 2 4 ,1 2 9 . 0 2
1 7 3 , 543 , 500. 00

3 7 0 ,1 5 3 , 4 0 7 . 5 6
1 7 2 , 289, 300. 00

55 3, 0 6 7, 629. 02
640, 000, 000. 00

5 42 , 4 4 2 , 7 0 7 . 56
6 75 , 000. 000. 00

3, 6 72 , 369, 904. 6 7
74 5 , 0 0 0 , 000. 00

3 , 6 3 7, 0 79 , 0 2 4. 09
690, 949, 2 12 . 00

4, 4 1 7 , 369, 904. 6 7

4, 328, 028, m

R e d u c tio n in p r in c ip a l o f th e p u b lic d e b t :
S i n k i n g f u n d ____________________________
O t h e r r e d e m p t i o n s o f t h e d e b t ________
P r in c ip a l o f th e p u b lic d e b t .
In t e r e s t o n th e p u b lic d e b t ..
T o t a l p a y a b l e f r o m t h e T r e a s u r y _____
P o s t a l S e r v i c e p a y a b l e f r o m p o s t a l r e v e n u e s ..
T o t a l , in c lu d in g P o s t O ffic e D e p a r t m e n t a n d P o s t a l S e r v ic e .

09

i E x 'h x s iv e of additional am ounts required to meet the provisions of the act approved M a y 28,1928, am ending the classification act of 1923, ap proxim ately $30,000,000.

THE FRENCH DEBT
O n

A u g u s t 1 , 19 2 9 , b o n d s o f th e F re n c h

o f h o s tilitie s th e A m e r ic a n
m a te ria ls a n d e q u ip m e n t.
s u p p lie s

in

Fra n c e .

m is s io n
s e ttin g

a p p r a is e d
c e rta in

th e

c la im s

Fra n c e h ad

a c c u m u la te d in

U n d e r th e a u th o r ity g ra n te d b y th e a c t o f J u ly

T h e

C o m m is s io n , w h o s e m a in

G o v e r n m e n t a g g r e g a t i n g $ 4 0 0 ,0 0 0 , 0 0 0 w i l l m a t u r e .

E x p e d itio n a r y F o rc e s in

P r e s id e n t,

th e re fo re , c re a te d

under

th e

W a r

A t

th e

c o n c lu s io n

t h a t c o u n t r y v a s t s to re s o f s u p p lie s ,

9 , 1 9 1 8 , i t w a s d e c id e d t o d is p o s e o f th e s e

D e p a rtm e n t

th e

U n ite d

S ta te s

L iq u id a tio n

d u t y w a s t o s e ttle c la im s a n d d is p o s e o f t h is s u r p lu s p r o p e r t y s to r e d i n F r a n c e .

v a lu e
and

o f th e m a te ria ls fo r th e p u rp o s e o f th e
c o u n te r c la im s

and

ta k in g

in to

b u lk

c o n s id e ra tio n

s a le t o
th e

Fra n c e

c o n te n tio n

a t $ 5 6 2 ,2 3 0 ,8 0 0 .
o f th e

Fre n c h

T h e

com ­

A f t e r o ff­

G o ve rn m e n t

t h a t s o m e o f t h e s u p p l i e s c a r r i e d i n t o F r a n c e w e r e s u b j e c t t o c u s t o m s d u t i e s e s t i m a t e d a t $ 1 5 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 , i t w a s a g r e e d
U>

t r a n s f e r t h e s e s p p p lip p t o tb fc F r e n c h G o v e r n m e n t , t h e l a t t e r t o g i v e i n p a y m e n t i t s 1 0 - y e a r 5 p e r c e n t b o n d s , d a t e d




YH

MESSAGE TRANSMITTING THE BUDGET
A u g u s t I , 1 9 1 9 , in th e
19 20 .

a m o u n t o f $ 4 0 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 , i n t e r e s t t h e r e o n

th e

te rm s

b o n d s in

g o ld

U n d e r

th e

fa c e

o f th is

c o n tra c t th e

Fre n c h

a m o u n t o f $ 1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0

each.

to b e p a y a b le

G o v e r n m e n t d e liv e r e d
These

a re th e

bonds

s e m ia n n u a lly fr o m
to

th e

U n ite d

th a t a re d u e

and

S ta te s

and

a fte r A u g u s t

400

p a y a b le

o f its

1,

1 0 -y e a r

A u g u st

1,

19 2 9 .

S e m ia n n u a l in te r e s t o n th e s e o b lig a tio n s h a s b e e n p a id p u n c t u a lly .
In

a d d itio n

to

th e

fo r e g o in g

S ta te s fo r w h ic h i t g a v e
$ 7 7 4 ,3 8 2 .5 9 o n J u l y
A ll o f th e

Fra n c e

o b lig a tio n s

p u rc h a s e d

th e

W a r

D e p a r t m e n t s to c k s in

$ 6 ,5 6 6 ,7 6 2 .4 2

m a tu re

on

M a y

th e

U n ite d

9, 19 3 0 , an d

5 , 19 3 0 .

a b o v e -m e n tio n e d

o b lig a tio n s

d e b t s e ttle m e n t a g re e m e n t b e tw e e n
in d e b te d n e s s to th e U n i t e d

th e

w e re

U n ite d

m e rg e d

S ta te s

w ith

and

th e

t o t a l o b lig a tio n s

Fra n c e

d a te d

S ta te s a n d u n d e r w h ic h th e p a y m e n ts fr o m

a m a te r ia l r e d u c tio n in th e in te re s t r a te .
b y

o t h e r s u p p lie s f r o m

a g g r e g a t i n g $ 7 ,3 4 1 ,1 4 5 .0 1 , o f w h i c h

th e C o n g re s s o f th e U n it e d

A p r il

Fra n c e

o f Fra n c e

29,

and

19 2 6 , w h ic h

in c lu d e d

fu n d e d

th e

in

th e

Fre n c h

a re s p re a d o v e r a 6 2 -y e a r p e r io d , w ith

I f , t h e r e f o r e , t h e d e b t a g r e e m e n t is r a t i f i e d b y t h e F r e n c h G o v e r n m e n t a n d

S t a t e s p r io r to A u g u s t 1 , 1 9 2 9 , th e s e o b lig a tio n s w ill n o t m a t u r e b u t w ill h a v e b e c o m e

m e r g e d in t h e g e n e r a l in d e b te d n e s s fu n d e d u n d e r th e d e b t s e ttle m e n t.
T h e

$ 4 0 6 ,5 6 6 ,7 6 2 .4 2 d u e i n

t h a t i t is s t i ll e x p e c t e d
a c c o rd a n c e w ith

th e

th e

t h e fis c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 h a s n o t b e e n in c lu d e d i n

te rm s o f th is

a g r e e m e n t , i t is r a t i f i e d

r a tific a tio n o f th e C o n g re s s o f th e U n i t e d
If

th e

in

th e m a t u r i t y o f th e s e b o n d s .

F r a n c e , i t is r e c o m m e n d e d

t h a t i t re c e iv e

th e

I f , in
p ro m p t

S ta te s .

a g r e e m e n t is n o t r a t i f i e d , i t is b e lie v e d

o u r w a r d e b t ra th e r th a n

th e e s tim a te s o f re c e ip ts f o r th e re a s o n

a g r e e m e n t o f A p r i l 2 6 , 1 9 2 6 , m a y b e r a tifie d p r io r to

th a t th e

$ 4 0 6 ,5 6 6 ,7 6 2 .4 2

s h o u ld

be

a p p lie d

to

th e

re tire m e n t o f

tr e a te d a s c u r r e n t re c e ip ts a v a ila b le fo r c u r r e n t e x p e n d itu r e s .

FLOOD CONTROL
F o r

th e p u rp o s e s o f flo o d

c o n tro l th e

e s tim a te s c o n ta in e d

in

th is B u d g e t c a r r y

$ 3 1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 .

T h a t is t h e

tio n a l a m o u n t w h ic h th e W a r D e p a r t m e n t s ta te s w ill b e re q u ir e d to m e e t e x p e n d itu r e s in 1 9 3 0 .

a d d i­

I f i t s h o u ld d e v e lo p

t h a t m o r e f u n d s a r e r e q u ir e d b y t h e W a r D e p a r t m e n t f o r t h is p u r p o s e t o m e e t t h e n e e d s f o r t h a t fis c a l y e a r , a f u r t h e r
e s tim a te w ill b e p re s e n te d to

th e C o n g re s s .

BUILDING
W e
w a r

a re e n g a g e d u p o n o n e o f t h e m o s t a m b it io u s a n d e x te n s iv e b u ild in g p r o g r a m s o f p e a c e -tim e h is t o r y .

w as

d e c la re d

s c a tte re d
had

th e re

had

been

a p p r o p r ia te d

b y

th e

C o n g re s s

a p p ro x im a te ly

t h r o u g h o u t t h e c o u n t r y , o f w h i c h $ 3 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 r e m a i n e d u n e x p e n d e d .

been b o ug ht and

p o s tp o n e d

a ll

c o n s tru c tio n

a c tiv itie s

o f

th e

w hen

th e

w a r

ended

w e

fa c e d

fo r

to

b e g in .

s e rio u s la c k

w id e ly

15 0 in n u m b e r,

Im p e ra tiv e

o f s u ita b le

W hen

p r o je c ts

B u ild in g s ite s , s o m e

th e re o n o f n e e d e d p u b lic b u ild in g s w a s s o o n

s o rt, a n d

$ 6 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0

o ffic e

w a r dem ands
and

h o u s in g

s p a c e t o m e e t t h e d e m a n d s o f m a t e r ia lly e n la r g e d g o v e r n m e n ta l a c tiv itie s — n o t o n ly e n la rg e d b u t r a p id ly in c r e a s in g .
P o s tw a r

re c o n s tru c tio n

dem ands, an

e x tra o rd in a ry

m a t te r o f g o v e r n m e n ta l b u ild in g re q u ir e m e n ts .
in

th e y e a r

th e

p ro g ra m s
th e

19 26

D is tric t

o f

fo r

to ta l b y

th e

w ith in

th e s e

a c ts

19 28

need

c o u n try

fo r

new

to ta lin g

a g ra n d

tr ia n g le

in

g e n e ra l

b u ild in g

th e s e

$ 6 8 ,6 1 7 ,0 8 3 .5 6 ,

to ta lin g

of

b u ild in g
and

and

th e

ta x e s f u r t h e r d e fe rre d

a c t w h ic h

s u ita b le

$ 1 1 5 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 .

la u n c h e d

a b u ild in g

a c c o m m o d a tio n s
In

19 28

th e

w as

C o n g re s s

fo r p u b lic

p u rp o se s
is

35 h ave

r e m e d ia l a c tio n in

th e

o f $ 5 0 , 0 0 0 ,0 0 0

u rg e n t,

am ended
fo r

and

th is

th e

in

c o n s tru c tio n

a c t b y in c re a s in g

c iv il p u rp o s e s

of

th e

a n e x p e n d i t u r e o f $ 2 5 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 f o r t h e p r o c u r e m e n t o f a d d i t i o n a l

to

c a rrie d
been

p ro g ra m

m ost

b u ild in g s

D is tr ic t o f C o lu m b ia , n e e d e d fo r b u ild in g

$ 2 8 ,0 4 0 ,0 0 0

$ 1 9 ,8 8 1 ,1 5 2 , o f w h i c h

c ru s h in g

t o t a l o f $ 2 6 5 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0

a s u b s e q u e n t a c t a u th o r ize d

s o -c a lle d

p r o v is io n

T h e

re s t o f th e

In

th e

to ta l

p ro je c ts

w h e re

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 ,' m a k i n g

G o v e rn m e n t.
la n d

e n a c tm e n t o f a n a tio n a l p u b lic
C o lu m b ia ,

debt and

R e d u c tio n in e x p e n d itu r e s a n d r e s u ltin g re d u c tio n in ta x e s w a r r a n te d

$ 2 9 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 .
in

th e

T h e re

e s tim a te s

c o m p le te d

and

fo r

has

p u r p o s e s , th e r e b y in c re a s in g
a lre a d y

19 30 .

been

C o n tra c ts

a p p r o p r ia te d

have

3 6 a re u n d e r c o n s tru c tio n , to

f o r e g o i n g f i g u r e s a r e e x c l u s i v e o f $ 8 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 f o r t h e a p p r a i s e r s s t o r e s b u i l d i n g i n N e w

Y o rk

been

le t

th e

under
fo r

71

c o s t $ 1 4 ,6 3 5 ,9 5 2 .

C i t y , th e fu ll a m o u n t

o f w h ic h h a s b e e n a p p r o p r ia te d .
T h e
0 0 0 ,0 0 0 .

A rm y

h a s w e ll u n d e r w a y

a b u i l d i n g p r o g r a m , e x c lu s iv e o f a i r s e r v ic e h a n g a r s a n d l i k e s t r u c t u r e s , o f $ 1 1 8 ,-

T h e r e h a s a l r e a d y b e e n a p p r o p r i a t e d f o r t h i s p u r p o s e $ 2 0 ,7 5 1 ,4 0 9 a n d $ 1 5 ,0 4 1 ,9 5 0 is c a r r i e d i n t h e e s t i m a t e s

f o r 1 9 3 0 , w i t h $ 3 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 a d d i t i o n a l a u t h o r i z e d f o r o b l i g a t i o n b y c o n t r a c t .

T h e e s t im a t e s f o r 1 9 3 0 a ls o c a r r y f o r t e c h n i ­

c a l a n d o t h e r b u i l d i n g s f o r t h e a i r s e r v i c e s o f t h e A r m y a n d N a v y a t o t a l i n r o u n d n u m b e r s o f $ 4 ,5 0 0 ,0 0 0 .
A d d it i o n a l h o s p ita l fa c ilitie s f o r t h e V e t e r a n s ' B u r e a u
C o n g re s s , o f w h ic h

$ 7 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0

has

been

a p p r o p r ia te d .

to

T h e

t h e e x t e n t o f $ 1 5 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 h a v e a l s o b e e n a u t h o r i z e d b y
B u d g e t

e s tim a te s

fo r

19 3 0

p r o v id e

$ 6 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0

and

in

a d d i t i o n a n a u t h o r i z a t i o n f o r o b l i g a t i o n b y c o n t r a c t o f $ 2 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 .
T h e a c t o f M a y 7 , 1 9 2 6 , a u t h o r i z e d a n e x p e n d i t u r e o f $ 1 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 f o r h o u s e s a n d o f f i c e s f o r o u r f o r e i g n r e p r e s e n t a ­
t iv e s .

Th e

p ria te d

f o r t h e s e p u r p o s e s $ 2 ,4 3 5 ,0 0 0 , w h i l e t h e e s t i m a t e s f o r 1 9 3 0 c a l l f o r $ 2 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 a d d i t i o n a l .

p ro g ra m

is a

T h e s e fig u re s s h o w
s o m e $ 4 3 3 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 *




5 -y e a r p r o je c t, a p p r o p r ia tio n s b e in g lim ite d

to

$ 2 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0

a ye a r.

T h e re has been

a p p ro ­

a p r o g r a m , e x c lu s iv e o f te c h n ic a l b u ild in g s f o r a ir a c t i v i t i e s w h ic h in v o lv e s f o r its c o m p le tio n

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T h e
Ju n e

c h a r t p r e s e n ta tio n

3 0 , 19 3 0 , g iv e n

o f th e

e s tim a te s o f r e c e ip ts , e x p e n d itu r e s , a n d

o p p o s it e p a g e A 2 , s e ts f o r t h

e s tim a te d e x p e n d itu r e s

and

a p p r o p r ia tio n s

a p p r o p r ia tio n s

fo r th e

g r a p h ic a lly th e s o u rc e o f in c o m e a n d h o w

is a p p o r t i o n e d

to

o rg a n iza tio n

u n its a n d

fis c a l y e a r e n d in g

th e a v e ra g e d o lla r o f th e

fu n c tio n s in

th e B u d g e t fo r th e

fis c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 .
C h a rt
p a y a b le

lis h m e n ts
p r ia te d
th e

1 e x h ib its th e

fro m

e s tim a te s o f a p p r o p r ia tio n s b y

p o s ta l re v e n u e s , a n d

fo r w h ic h

0 .5 3

th e

a p p r o p r ia tio n s

c e n t is f o r t h e

le g is la tiv e

V e t e r a n s ’ B u r e a u ; t h a t 4 .2 8

I n t e r i o r ; 9 .7

c e n ts

fo r

th e

D e p a r t m e n t, o f w h ic h
p u b lic

d e b t p a y a b le

g iv e s th e

fro m

o rg a n iza tio n
o f th e

re c o m m e n d e d .

e s t a b l i s h m e n t ; 1 7 .9 9

c e n ts

N a v y

1 7 .7 7

a re

a llo c a tio n

is f o r

th e

D e p a rtm e n t;

It

d o lla r to

w ill be

seen

th e

th a t

1 2 .3 5

c e n ts

o n ly

4 .2 3

a n d S ta te , th e D is tr ic t o f C o lu m b ia , a n d th e E x e c u tiv e

fo r

th e

W a r

c e n ts fo r th e

p r ia tio n

3 .4 9

d e fe n s e

It

a p p r o p r ia te d

1 8 .5 2

c e n ts fo r m ilit a r y

a ls o s h o w s t h a t o f t h e

D e p a rtm e n ts

c e n t s is f o r p r o m o t i o n , r e g u l a t i o n , a n d
t o t a l , 4 3 .7 3
re fu n d s ,

o p e ra tio n

c e n ts o f e a c h d o lla r in c lu d e d in

d ra w b a c k s,

o n

th e p u b lic

to

be expended

and

lik e

It

b e a p p r o p r ia te d

o f m a r in e

1 5 .3 6

1 6 .2 5

c e n ts

fo r

W a r
6.13

it show s th a t

11.18

c e n ts w ill b e d is b u rs e d

b y

c e n ts b y th e

th e

S ta te

D e p a r t m e n t ; 0 .3 8

cent b y

th e

D e p a r t m e n t ; 4 6 .4 6

t h e p u b l i c d e b t ; 1 .0 4

c e n ts b y

t h e D i s t r i c t o f C o l u m b i a ; 1 .8 9

th e

4

g iv e s

th e

d o lla r

a ve ra g e

show s

of

g e n e ra l e n d

d o lla r to

o r p u rp o s e

b y

to

g o v e rn m e n ta l

be

1 9 .1 2

c e n ts w ill b e

expended

fu n c tio n s , o f w h ic h
W a r

b y

c e n ts f o r in te r e s t o n th e p u b lic

in te re s t

5 e x h ib its

fis c a l y e a r

w ill b e r e c e iv e d

fro m

d i s c o u n t , s a le

c o n trib u tio n s ,

th e

e s tim a te d

19 3 0 .
of

O f

th e

G o ve rn m e n t
of

th e

th e

D e p a rtm e n t

th e In te r io r ;

th e N a v y
Tre a s u ry

0 .7 5

cent

D e p a r t m e n t ; 1 2 c e n ts
D e p a r t m e n t, o f w h ic h

It

s u p p lie s

e x p e n d itu re s

in fo r m a tio n

d u rin g

th e

s h o w in g

fis c a l y e a r

fo r

19 3 0 .

c e n t s is f o r n a t i o n a l d e f e n s e , a n d

a llo w a n c e s , a n d
2 .0 8

life -in s u r a n c e

c la im s .

1 7 .9 3

T h e

c e n ts

c h a rt

a ls o

c e n ts g o e s fo r p r o m o tio n , r e g u la tio n , a n d

1 0 .0 7 c e n ts f o r o t h e r c i v i l f u n c t i o n s ; t h a t 4 1 .8 6

c e n t s r e p r e s e n t s r e f u n d s a n d m is c e ll a n e o u s ; 3 1 .5 6

c e n t s is f o r p u b l i c - d e b t r e t i r e m e n t s p a y a b l e

fro m

o r d in a r y r e c e ip ts , a n d

d e b t ; a n d 5 .8 2 c e n t s f o r t h e d i s b u r s e m e n t o f t r u s t f u n d s .
re c e ip ts o f t h e

a ve ra g e

c u s to m s , a n d

re p a y m e n ts

b y

O f th e a v e ra g e d o lla r

c e n ts b y

c e n ts w ill b e s p e n t fo r th e g e n e ra l fu n c tio n s o f th e

fo r c iv il fu n c tio n s , o f w h ic h

1 4 .6 3

th e

1 7 .6 8

t r a n s p o r t a t i o n , 6 .9 7 c e n t s f o r p u b l i c w o r k s , a n d

c e n ts fo r fix e d -d e b t c h a rg e s , o f w h ic h

and

c e n ts fo r

fo r

o r d i n a r y r e c e i p t s , a n d 1 6 .9 3 c e n t s f o r i n t e r e s t

fu n c tio n s .

a c c o m p lis h e d

b e e x p e n d e d d u r i n g t h a t fis c a l y e a r 3 .4 1

c e n ts w ill g o fo r m ilit a r y

o f m a r in e

C h a rt

c e n ts

c e n t s f o r p o s t a l d e f i c i e n c y ; 5 .2 4 c e n t s f o r i n v e s t m e n t

c e n t s w i l l b e e x p e n d e d f o r n o n f u n c t i o n a l o p e r a t i o n s , o f w h i c h 4 .4 8

fo r th e

1 7 .7 7

1 .0 9

O f th e

O ffic e .

e x p e n d itu r e s

p e n s io n s , r e tir e m e n t p a y , a n n u itie s , W o r ld

th a t

o p e ra tio n

e s tim a te

th e

G o v e r n m e n t ; 3 5 .6 1
fo r m ilita r y

life -in s u r a n c e

b e d is b u r s e d b y th e le g is la tiv e b r a n c h , th e in d e p e n d e n t e s ta b lis h m e n ts o t h e r t h a n

th e V e te ra n s ' B u r e a u , a n d th e E x e c u tiv e

1 6 .9 3

c e n ts

c e n ts re p re s e n ts r e d u c tio n in p r in c ip a l o f p u b lic d e b t p a y a b le fr o m

o f tr u s t fu n d s ; a n d b u t 3 c e n ts to

O f

th e

c e n t s is f o r n a t i o n a l

T h i s i n c lu d e s 4 .2 6
and

D e p a rtm e n t o f

b y

a ve ra g e

Tre a s u ry

c e n ts fo r p u b lic w o r k s .

V e t e r a n s ' B u r e a u ; 4 .3 7

t h e D e p a r t m e n t o f L a b o r ; 9 .5 7 c e n t s b y

th e

1 8 .0 1

a llo w a n c e s , a n d

u n it s f o r t h e fis c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 .
th e

t h e D e p a r t m e n t o f J u s t i c e ; 0 .2 8 c e n t b y

C h a rt

th e

d e b t.

b y

on

fo r

e x h ib its th e p u rp o s e fo r w h ic h

p u b lic -d e b t r e tire m e n ts ,

o f A g r i c u l t u r e ; 1 .3 8 c e n t s b y t h e D e p a r t m e n t o f C o m m e r c e ; 7 . 7 0
W a r

c e n ts

c e n t s is f o r c i v i l f u n c t i o n s , o f w h i c h

tr a n s p o r ta tio n , a n d

C h a r t 3 g iv e s th e e s tim a te s o f e x p e n d itu r e s b y o r g a n iz a tio n

1 4 .6 3

c e n ts is f o r

s h o w s t h a t o f e a c h d o lla r r e c o m m e n d e d f o r a p p r o ­

t h e e s t i m a t e s is f o r n o n f u n c t i o n a l p u r p o s e s .

a p p r o p r ia tio n s ,

1 6 .5 9

D e p a r tm e n t o f th e

o f C o m m e rc e , Ju s tic e , L a b o r ,

c e n ts fo r m ilit a r y fu n c tio n s , o f w h ic h

d o lla r to

a p p ro ­

c e n ts fo r r e d u c tio n in p r in c ip a l o f th e

p e n s io n s , r e tir e m e n t p a y , a n n u itie s , W o r ld

a ve ra g e

e s ta b ­

be

O ffic e .

f o r t h e fis c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 .

c e n t s g o e s f o r g e n e r a l f u n c t i o n s ; 3 6 .5 3

and

c la im s .

be

and

d o lla r t o

c e n ts fo r th e

D e p a r t m e n t ; 4 2 .2 9
1 5 .3 6

C h a r t 2 g iv e s th e e s tim a te s o f a p p r o p r ia tio n s b y g o v e r n m e n ta l fu n c tio n s a n d
a v e r a g e d o l l a r is t o

a ve ra g e

c e n ts f o r in d e p e n d e n t o ffic e s , o f w h ic h

th e p u b lic d e b t a n d

D e p a rtm e n t

s e ve ra l d e p a rtm e n ts

o f th e

D e p a r t m e n t o f A g r i c u l t u r e ; 8 .6 3

c e n t s is f o r i n t e r e s t o n

o r d in a r y r e c e ip ts ; a n d

u n it s , e x c lu s iv e o f th e P o s t O ffic e

a ve ra g e

1 3 .6 8

d o lla r to

G o ve rn m e n t b y
be

re c e iv e d 7 1 . 1 7

c e n ts w ill b e

d e riv e d

p r o p e r ty , p u b lic -d o m a in

in v e s tm e n ts ,

D is tric t

of

fro m

s o u rc e s o f r e v e n u e , e x c lu s iv e
c e n ts c o m e s fr o m

m is c e lla n e o u s s o u rc e s , w h ic h

r e c e ip ts , fe e s , fin e s , p e n a ltie s

C o lu m b ia

o f p o s ta l re v e n u e s

i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e , 1 5 .1 5

r e c e ip ts ,

Panam a

C an al

and

c o m p ris e

c e n ts

in te re s t

fo r fe itu r e s , g ifts

r e c e ip ts ,

and

and

tru s t-fu n d

r e c e ip ts .
T h e
p ria tio n s

a m o u n ts w h ic h fo r m

t h e b a s is f o r c o m p u t in g

b y

fis c a l y e a r

fu n c tio n s

fo r th e

th e a llo c a tio n o f th e a v e ra g e d o lla r f o r th e e s tim a te s o f a p p r o ­

1 9 3 0 , C h a r t 2 , a re g iv e n

in

d e ta il in

B u d g e t S ta te m e n t N o . 1 1 .

T h e

d a ta

u s e d f o r th e in c o m e s t a t e m e n t , C h a r t 5 , a re s u p p lie d b y B u d g e t S t a t e m e n t N o . 6 ; t h e d a t a f o r c o m p u t in g t h e a v e r a g e
d o lla r fo r th e

e s tim a te d

e x p e n d itu r e s

b y

fu n c tio n s , C h a r t 4 , a re g iv e n

in

B u d g et

S ta te m e n t N o .

14 .

T h e

d a ta

fo r

C h a r t 3 , g iv in g th e a v e r a g e d o lla r a llo c a tio n o f th e e s tim a te s o f e x p e n d itu r e s b y o r g a n iz a t io n u n it s , a re g iv e n in B u d g e t
S ta te m e n t N o . 2 , a n d s im ila r d a ta fo r C h a r t
C h a r t 5 d o e s n o t in c lu d e

th e

e s tim a te d

1 a re g iv e n in

th e r e c a p it u la tio n o f e s tim a te s o f a p p r o p r ia tio n s .

p o s ta l re v e n u e s fo r th e

fis c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 , b e c a u s e s u c h

re v e n u e s a re n o t

c o n s id e re d re c e ip ts o f th e g e n e r a l f u n d .




Ai

THE BUDGET, 1930

vm

NATIONAL DEFENSE
A m p l e p r o v i s i o n is m a d e i n t h e s e e s t i m a t e s f o r n a t i o n a l d e f e n s e , t h e e s t i m a t e s f o r 1 9 3 0 c a l l i n g f o r # 6 4 8 ,5 1 1 ,3 0 0 f o r
th e A r m y a n d N a v y .
th a t

th e

fig u r e

T h i s a m o u n t is r e a c h e d a f t e r e x c lu d in g f r o m

g iv e n

$ 5 5 8 ,0 0 4 ,4 4 7 ; f o r

is

th e

a m o u n t p ro v id e d

fo r

1 9 2 8 i t w a s $ 5 9 6 ,5 0 0 ,8 9 6 ; t h e

e x p e n d itu r e , a s d is tin g u is h e d fr o m

p u re ly

A r m y a n d N a v y e s t i m a t e s a l l n o n m i l i t a r y i t e m s so »

m ilita r y

e s tim a te d

p u rp o se s .

T h e

a c tu a l e x p e n d itu r e

fo r

e x p e n d i t u r e f o r 1 9 2 9 is $ 6 7 2 ,8 4 4 ,2 8 8 ; w h i l e

a p p r o p r i a t i o n e s t i m a t e s , is $ 6 6 8 ,2 7 7 ,7 1 2 f o r 1 9 3 0 .

19 27

w as-

th e e s tim a te d

I n s u b m ittin g th e a n n u a l B u d g e t

f o r 1 9 2 6 t h e C h i e f E x e c u t i v e s t a t e d t h a t t h e a m o u n t c a r r i e d i n t h a t B u d g e t f o r n a t i o n a l d e f e n s e w a s $ 5 4 9 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 a n d
th a t in

h is o p in io n

N e v e rth e le s s

our

we

c o u ld

d e fe n s e

have

a p p r o x i m a t e l y $ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 m o r e
fo r in

a d e q u a te

e s tim a te s

have

th a n

th e s e p r i o r y e a r s t h e d e fe n s e

n a t io n a l d e fe n s e

s te a d ily

w as

c lim b e d

e s tim a te d

fo r

e s ta b lis h m e n ts h a v e

w ith

a m o re

u n til th e
19 26 .

had

T h is

th e

m o d e s t o u tla y

cash

use

re q u ire m e n ts

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w h ile

P ro v is io n

h ave

been

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a d e q u a te ly

m e t.

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5 -y e a r

th e s e e s tim a te s f o r th e t h ir d

o f s u r p lu s s u p p lie s l e f t o v e r f r o m

a m o s t s a tis fa c to r y m a n n e r .

p ro g ra m

fo r

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s a ry

h o u s in g

and

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m eans

m a ils

in

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19 28 ,

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is

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c o n fin e d

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c a r r y in g

no

to

and

th e

N a v y

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a re p la y in g

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p r o v id e d

th e

Post

19 3 0

fo r

fo r

c a rry

and

can

p ro p e rly

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th e

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$ 6 ,4 2 7 ,2 6 0

a v ia tio n .
w ays.

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T h e re

e s tim a te

in d ir e c t, in
T h e

ra p id

a ll t a k e

has

g ro w n

in

th e s e

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to

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th e

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and

is

A s

d e m a n d s o f th is s e rv ic e

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c o m p le tio n .

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a ir

m a il

T h e

of

in

re tir e d

th e

T h e

neces­

e x p a n s io n o f a ir

C o m m e rc e , th e

a ir p r o g r a m

d e fin ite ly

s e rv ic e

as to ty p e s .

fo r.

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d e v e lo p in g

D e p a rtm e n t

c o n tra c t

a s is t h e

fro m

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b u s in e s s

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th e

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p t

sum

W h i l e t h i s is n o t G o v e r n m e n t - o p e r a t e d s e r v ic e i t is G o v e r n ­

as c o n tr ib u tin g

m a te ria lly

c a rry

on

its

to

a ir s e r v ic e

im p o rta n t

d e v e lo p m e n t.

ta s k

in

o t h e r i t e m s , t h e c o n s t r u c t i o n o f 4 ,0 0 0
o f $ 5 8 2 ,5 0 0

fro m

m o re

e x p a n s io n

fo r

th e

T h e

These

c o n n e c tio n

w ith

a d d it io n a l m ile s

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fo r

e s tim a te s

c o m m e rc ia l

o f lig h te d

o b ta in in g

a ir-^

w e a th e r

t o ta l c o n te m p la te d f o r a ll th e s e p u r p o s e s , d ir e c t a n c t

o f o u r a ir s e r v ic e , m il i t a r y

W i t h o u t a r tific ia l s tim u la tio n

m odest

a ir p la n e

in c re a s in g

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m a n u fa c to rie s
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b e g in n in g s

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of speedy

w e

have

G o ve rn m e n t to

and

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in to

c o m m e r c i a l , is a n a c h i e v e m e n t i n

new

fa c to r in

n a t i o n a l d e fe n s e

a s tr o n g , h e a lth y , p r o m is in g

a u to m o b ile

c o m m u n ic a tio n .

a g r o w in g d e m a n d is s e e n f o r a ir p la n e s f o r p r i v a t e

T h e

and

a ir fo r c e s a r e a ls o p r o v i d e d

and

th e b o ll w e e v il, a n d fo r fo re s t p a tr o l.

a n d le g itim a te

p rid e .

a ra p id ly

and

in

t h e w a r .*

ta k e t h e ir p la c e .

1 9 3 0 is $ 1 4 0 ,6 3 1 ,8 2 4 .

can

w e have

c ite d

c o n te m p la te s , a m o n g

is p r o v is io n

p r e d ic tio n s , fig h tin g

be

b y

w i l l h a v e a w e l l - b a l a n c e d f l e e t o f 1 ,0 0 0 a i r p l a n e s ,

th e ir p a r ts in

$ 1 4 ,3 0 0 ,0 0 0 a n d $ 4 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 a d d i t i o n a l f o r f o r e i g n a i r m a i l .
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th e

g o v e r n m e n ta l fu n c tio n s h a s fo r its p u rp o s e

b y

e x p e n d itu r e s

m ade

b y

m e n t re p r e s e n ts a s e rv ic e r e n d e r e d

th e

s e v e ra l o r g a n iza tio n

d ire c tly

to

u n its

set fo rth

o f th e

th e

g e n e ra l e n d

G o v e rn m e n t.

to ^ t h e p e o p l e o r e ls e a s e r v i c e p e r f o r m e d

o r p u rp o se s

Ea c h

fu n c tio n

accom ­

o f g o ve rn ­

as a m e a n s o f p r o m o tin g , p r o ­

t e c t in g , r e g u la t in g , o r a d m in is t e r in g s e r v ic e s d ir e c t ly r e n d e r e d .
T h e
m e n t.

c la s s ific a tio n
These

set fo rth

c o rre sp o n d

on

c lo s e ly

fu n c tio n s h a v e b e e n d iv id e d in to
1.

s ta te m e n ts

to

th e

N o s .

m a in

11

o rg a n s

and

14

p re s e n ts , fir s t,

th e

o f g o v e r n m e n t e s ta b lis h e d

g e n e ra l fu n c tio n s o f th e G o v e r n ­

b y

th e

C o n s titu tio n .

T h e

g e n e ra l

th e fo llo w in g :

L e g is la tiv e ,

2 . Ju d ic ia l,
3 . E x e c u tiv e , a n d
4 .
Th e

G e n e r a l a d m in is tr a tio n .

a c tiv itie s a n d d u tie s o f e a c h o f th e s e d e a l w it h

O f th e s p e c ific f u n c t i o n s i t is i m p o r t a n t i n
tu re s fo r m ilita r y

and

d is tin c tly w a r p u rp o s e s fr o m

o f t h e s p e c ific f u n c t i o n s i n t o
1.

e x p e n d it u r e s f o r c iv il s e r v ic e s .

C i v i l fu n c tio n s .

m ilita r y

fu n c tio n s

re p re s e n t

th o s e

a c tiv itie s

c iv il fu n c tio n s

in c lu d e

c o n d u c te d

e x p e n d itu r e s m a d e

o f s p e c ia l i m p o r t a n c e d u r in g t h e r e c e n t W o r l d
th o s e

b y

to

do

to

w ith

th e

th e

c o n s e r v a tio n

p r o m o tio n

and

m ilita iy

o f h e a lth ,

w ar

p u rp o se s

and

in c lu d e

w a r c o n d itio n s .

th o s e

T h e s e w e re

have

to

do

w ith

th e

p r o m o tio n

of

fr ie n d ly

th e c o n s e r v a t io n o f s o c ia l o r d e r a n d p r o p e r t y ; th o s e w h ic h

and

th e

and

a re lik e ly to c o n tin u e fo r a n in d e fin ite p e r io d .

o f g o v e rn m e n t w h ic h

o f n a tu r a l re s o u rc e s

p ro te c tio n

fo r

c i v i l s e r v ic e s a r is in g f r o m

W a r , a n d so m e o f th e m

fu n c tio n s

re la tio n s w it h fo r e ig n p o w e r s ; th o s e w h ic h h a v e to d o w it h
r e la te

a s e g r e g a tio n is m a d e

N o n fu n c tio n a l e x p e n d itu re s .

a c t i v i t i e s o f s p e c ia l w a r a g e n c ie s a n d

h ave

T h e re fo re

M i l i t a r y fu n c tio n s .

3.

T h e

a ll o t h e r f u n c t i o n a l fie ld s *

t h e f o llo w in g c la s s e s :

2.
T h e

m a tte rs in

th e c a se o f th e N a t i o n a l G o v e r n m e n t to s e g re g a te c le a r ly th e e x p e n d i­

e c o n o m ic in te re s ts o f

c a re

and

e d u c a tio n

th e

p e o p le ; th o s e

o f In d ia n s ,

and

th e

a c tiv itie s

p r o m o tio n

w h ic h

o f p u b lic

e d u c a t i o n , e d u c a t io n a l r e s e a r c h , a n d s c ie n c e .
T h e
a c te r.

n o n fu n c tio n a l e x p e n d itu r e s in c lu d e

These

a re fo r

th e

c e r ta in im p o r t a n t e x p e n d itu r e s w h ic h

m o s t p a r t e x p e n d itu r e s

a ris in g o u t o f w a r , s u c h

a re o f a n o n o r g a n iz a tio n a l c h a r ­

a s in te re s t o n

and

r e d e m p tio n

o f p u b lic

d e b t , in v e s tm e n ts , r e fu n d s , a n d d is b u r s e m e n t o f tr u s t fu n d s .
Th e

“ re fu n d s ”

and

“ in v e s tm e n ts ”

a re

s e g re g a te d

fro m

o th e r

d e p a r tm e n ta l e x p e n d itu re s

because

th e

fo rm e r

r e p r e s e n ts th e r e p a y m e n t o r r e f u n d o f th e w h o le o r p a r t o f a n a m o u n t p r e v io u s ly re c e iv e d i n p a y m e n t o f in d e b te d n e s s
to

th e

in

a c tio n , a n d lo a n s to fo r e ig n g o v e r n m e n ts , r a ilr o a d s , a n d

U n ite d

S ta te s , a n d

v e rs io n o f c a s h in to

th e la t te r re p re s e n ts e x p e n d itu r e s m a d e in

th e p u rc h a s e o f n o te s , b o n d s , a n d o th e r ch o ses

th e lik e , w h ic h

a re n o t e xp e n s e s o f o p e r a tio n b u t th e c o n ­

o t h e r a s s e ts .

DEFINITIONS OF GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTIONS
F o r

th e

p u rp o s e

of

d e fin in g

th e

e x p e n d itu r e s

or

a p p r o p r ia tio n s

c o m p re h e n d e d

w ith in

each

g e n e ra l

fu n c tio n ,

th e fo llo w in g d e fin itio n s a re g iv e n :
L e g isla tiv e
J u d ic ia l

.— U n d e r t h is f u n c t i o n

.— U n d e r

G o v e rn m e n t.

It

th is

fu n c tio n

in c lu d e s

a re g r o u p e d o n ly th o s e a c tiv itie s o f C o n g re s s a s a le g is la tiv e b o d y .
a re

a ll U n i t e d

g ro u p e d

S ta te s

th o s e

e x p e n d itu r e s

h a v in g

c o u rts e xp e n se s o th e r th a n

th e

to

do

w ith

th e

ju d ic ia l

D is tr ic t o f C o lu m b ia

o f

th e

c o u rts , w h ic h

b ra n c h

a re

i n c l u d e d u n d e r “ L o c a l g o v e r n m e n t .”
E x e c u tiv e

.— U n d e r

th is

fu n c tio n

e xp e n s e s o f th e P re s id e n t a n d V ic e
G en era l

w h ic h

a re

a d m in istra tio n

of

a

a re

in c lu d e d

.— U n d e r

th is

h e a d in g

g e n e ra l

title

in c lu d e s

“ F in a n c ia l

e x p e n d itu re s

a d m in is tra tio n ”

s e r v ic e s h a v i n g t o d o w i t h
U n d e r

th e

a re

g ro u p e d

a re

th e

a ll t h e

E x e c u tiv e

O ffic e , in c lu d in g

th e E x e c u tiv e M a n s io n

e x p e n d itu re s

of

c e r ta in

th e

s a la r y

and

a n a g ro u n d s .

a d m in is tra tiv e

a g e n c ie s

v a r io u s fie ld s o f a d m in is t r a t iv e fu n c t io n s a n d

th o s e

b e a llo c a te d to s p e c ific c i v i l f u n c t io n s .
fo r

p u b lic - b u ild in g s s e r v ic e , (4 ) c iv il p e n s io n s a n d
U n d e r

d ire c t c o s t o f

g e n e ra l c h a r a c te r , d e a lin g w it h m a tte r s in

d e p a r tm e n ta l e x p e n d itu r e s w h ic h c a n n o t n o w
T h is

th e

P re s id e n t a n d th e c o s t o f m a in ta in in g

(1)

fin a n c ia l

a llo w a n c e

in c lu d e d

a d m in is tr a tio n ,

a d m in is tr a tio n , a n d

th e

Tre a s u ry

fis c a l

(2 )

G o ve rn m e n t

s u p p ly

s e rv ic e s ,

(3 )

(5 ) in s titu tio n a l a n d g e n e ra l e x p e n s e s .

s e r v ic e s ,

th e

B u re a u

of

th e

B u d g e t,

th e

th e c o lle c tio n o f t a x e s , th e p u b lic - d e b t s e r v ic e , a n d t h e G e n e r a l A c c o u n t in g O ff ic e .
u n its o f th e

G o v e rn m e n t w h o se fu n c tio n

i t is t o s u p p l y p e r s o n n e l, s e r v ic e s , o r m a t e r ia ls t o a ll o t h e r a g e n c ie s o f t h e G o v e r n m e n t .

I t in c lu d e s s u c h s e r v ic e s a s

th e

C iv il

P u b lic

“ G o v e r n m e n t s u p p ly

S e r v ic e

C o m m is s io n ,

D o c u m e n ts , th e B u re a u

s e rv ic e s ”

th e

B u re a u

o f E n g r a v in g

th e G e n e ra l S u p p ly C o m m itte e , a n d




a re in c lu d e d
o f

th o s e o r g a n iz a tio n

E ffic ie n c y ,

and

th e

P r in tin g , th e

G o ve rn m e n t

P r in tin g

O ffic e ,

G o v e r n m e n t fu e l y a rd s in

th e

S u p e rin te n d e n t

p f

th e D is tr ic t o f C o lu m b ia ,

th e C o o r d in a to r o f G e n e ra l S u p p ly ,
a3

A4

IHB BUDGET, 1930
tT n d e r

“ P u b lic

b u ild in g s

s e r v ic e ”

a re in c lu d e d

a ll e x p e n s e s in c u r r e d

in

o p e r a tio n o f p u b lic b u ild in g s w it h in a n d w it h o u t th e D is t r ic t o f C o lu m b ia .

c o n n e c tio n

w ith

th e

m a in te n a n c e

and

I t in c lu d e s th e m a in te n a n c e a n d o p e r a tio n

O f t h e C a p i t o l B u i l d i n g a n d G r o u n d s , th e S e n a te a n d H o u s e O ffic e B u ild in g s , t h e C a p i t o l p o w e r p l a n t , a ll o t h e r b u i l d ­
in g m a in te n a n c e a n d o p e r a tio n e x p e n d itu re s c o n n e c te d w ith
and

o p e ra tio n

D e p a rtm e n t

o f b u ild in g s

b u ild in g s ,

T r e a s u r y , p u b lic

u n d e r th e O ffic e o f P u b lic

Tre a s u ry

b u ild in g s

and

D e p a rtm e n t

g ro u n d s

b u ild in g s ,

under

th e

th e le g is la tiv e b r a n c h , a n d lik e e xp e n s e s f o r m a in te n a n c e

B u ild in g s

and

p u b lic

P u b lic

b u ild in g s

C h ie f o f E n g in e e r s

P a rks
under

o f th e

o f th e
th e

N a tio n a l C a p ita l, In te r io r

S u p e r v is in g

A rm y ,

and

th e

A r c h ite c t

of

th e

C o n g r e s s io n a l L i b r a r y

b u ild in g s a n d g r o u n d s .
T h e
tio n

“ C i v i l p e n s io n s a n d a llo w a n c e a d m in is t r a t io n ”

C o m m is s io n

and

th e

cost o f

a d m in is te rin g

P e n s io n O ffic e o f th e I n t e r io r D e p a r t m e n t .
w h ic h

a re re p o rte d u n d e r “ P r o m o tio n

T h e

“ In s titu tio n a l

and

th e

c o m p ris e s t h e g e n e r a l e x p e n s e s o f

a c t re tirin g

c iv il-s e r v ic e

th e

E m p lo y e e s ’

e m p lo y e e s , w h ic h

Com pensa­

is s u p e r v is e d

b y

th e

I t e x c lu d e s th e p a y m e n t s m a d e o u t o f t h e e m p lo y e e s ’ c o m p e n s a tio n f u n d ,

o f l a b o r i n t e r e s t s .”

g e n e ra l e x p e n s e s " in c lu d e

o n ly

th e

s a la r ie s

D e p a r t m e n t s n o t d i r e c t l y c h a r g e a b le t o a n y s p e c ific c iv il f u n c t i o n .

and

exp e n se s o f th e

Tre a s u ry

and

In te r io r

T h e s e i n c l u d e t h e s a l a r i e s o f t h e c h i e f c l e r k 's o f f i c e

o f t h e T r e a s u r y D e p a r t m e n t ( o t h e r t h a n th o s e r e la t in g t o b u ild in g s s e r v ic e ) ; o t h e r i n s t i t u t i o n a l s e rv ic e s o f th e T r e a s ­
u ry

D e p a rtm e n t, su ch

d iv is io n ;

a p p o in tm e n t

d iv is io n ,

th e

p rin tin g

d iv is io n ,

th e

.— U n d e r th is g e n e r a l t it le a re in c lu d e d th e m il i t a r y

N a tio n a l

and

as

d is b u r s in g

c le r k ,

and

th e

m a il

and

file s

a n d lik e e xp e n se s o f th e In te r io r D e p a r tm e n t.
d e fen se

m ilita r y

a c tiv itie s

o f th e

N a y y

D e p a rtm e n t, a n d

d e p a rtm e n ts .

I t e x c lu d e s a ll t r u s t - f u n d

T h is

in c lu d e s

g e n e ra l title

th e

U n d e r

“ W a r

D e p a rtm e n t”

a c tiv itie s

a n d o p e r a tio n

in v o lv e d

m ilita r y

a re

in

a c tiv itie s o f th e W a r D e p a r t m e n t, th e n a v a l

s p e c ia l-d e fe n s e

a p p r o p r ia tio n s

g iv e n

d ire c tly

to

th e

c iv il

e x p e n d itu r e s .
a c tiv itie s

(3 ) t h e s p e c ia l-d e fe n s e a p p r o p r ia tio n s g iv e n
a ll m il i t a r y

th e
of

(1)

th e

W a r

D e p a rtm e n t,

(2 )

th e

N a v y

D e p a rtm e n t, a n d

th e

d e p a rtm e n t

to c iv il e s ta b lis h m e n ts .

in c lu d e d

th e

s a la r ie s

r e c r u itin g , tr a in in g

and

o ffic e rs

c o n tin g e n t

and

m en

expenses

a t s c h o o ls

of

and

tr a in in g

p ro p e r

and

c a m p s , m a in te n a n c e

o f a r m e d fo rc e s , a n d p r o v is io n s f o r w a r e q u ip m e n t a n d s to re s , w h ic h c o m p re h e n d th e p u r c h a s e , o p e r a ­

t io n , m a in te n a n c e , o r c o n s tru c tio n , as th e

case m a y

b e , o f fo r tific a tio n s , o r d n a n c e , a m m u n itio n , a n d

o th e r m ilita r y

e q u ip m e n t a n d s u p p lie s .
U n d e r
and

th e

a ll n a v a l

m ilitia

and

“ N a v y
and

D e p a rtm e n t”

m ilita r y

a re

a c tiv itie s

o th e r re s e rv e fo rc e s

in c lu d e d

in v o lv e d

as in d ic a te d

in

in

th e

s a la r ie s

th e

th e

and

c o n tin g e n t

m a in te n a n c e ,

p re c e d in g p a r a g r a p h , in c lu s iv e

n a n c e , c o n s t r u c t io n , o r p u r c h a s e o f v e s s e ls , o r d n a n c e , a m m u n i t i o n , a n d
o f s u p p lie s a n d e q u i p m e n t f o r u s e b y
S p e c ia l

w a r

a g e n c ies

.— U n d e r

expenses

of

th e

e q u ip m e n t, a n d tr a in in g
o f p la n ts

o f th e

d e p a rtm e n t p ro p e r,

o f re g u la r

fo rc e s ,

th e

c o s t o f o p e ra tio n , m a in te ­

a n d m a te r ia ls fo r th e m a n u fa c tu r e

th e N a v y .

th is

c a p tio n

a re

in c lu d e d

th e

w ar

a g e n c ie s o r g a n i z e d

in

19 17

as a r e s u lt o f th e

W o r ld W a r .
M ilita r y

p e n sio n s,

r etir e m e n t

p a y

,

a n n u ities,

W o rld

W a r

a llo w a n c es

,

a n d

life -in s u r a n c e

c la im s

.— U n d e r

th is

g ro u p

a re in c lu d e d a ll p a y m e n t s t o p e rs o n s b y w a y o f a c c ru a ls o r fix e d c h a rg e s m a d e a s c o m p e n s a tio n f o r p a s t m il i t a r y s e r v ­
ic e s t o

th e

G o v e r n m e n t, in c lu d in g

p e n s io n s

on

a c c o u n t o f d is a b ility

or

d e a th

due

to

m ilita r y

s e r v ic e , p e n s io n s

on

a c c o u n t o f s e r v ic e s , s a la r ie s c o m m e n c in g t o a c c r u e t o r e t i r i n g m i l i t a r y o ffic e r s a n d e n lis te d m e n im m e d ia t e l y o n t h e i r
l e a v i n g a c t i v e s e r v i c e , a l l o w a n c e s o n a c c o u n t o f m i l i t a i y a n d n a v a l s e r v ic e s i n t h e W o r l d W a r , lo s s e s o n G o v e r n m e n t
life -in s u r a n c e p o lic ie s , a n d s a la rie s a n d e x p e n s e s o f t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s V e t e r a n s ’ B u r e a u ;
of

th e

P e n s io n

O ffic e

of

th e

In te r io r

D e p a rtm e n t

e x c lu s iv e

of

th e

a d m in is tra tio n

a ls o t h e s a la r ie s a n d e x p e n s e s

of

th e

act

re tirin g

c iv il-s e r v ic e

e m p lo y e e s .
F o r eig n

th e

r e la tio n s a n d p r o te c tio n

a c tiv itie s

o f th e

a b r o a d , c o o p e r a tio n

S ta te

o f A m e r ic a n

D e p a r tm e n t in

in te r e s ts a b r o a d

th e

conduct

.— U n d e r th is g e n e ra l title o f c iv il fu n c tio n s a re in c lu d e d

o f re la tio n s

w ith

fo re ig n

g o v e r n m e n ts , lo c a l r e p r e s e n ta tio n

f o r s e ttle m e n t o f in te r n a tio n a l c o n tr o v e r s ie s , a n d th e p r o m o t io n o f f r ie n d ly in te rc o u r s e w i t h fo r e ig n

p e o p le s .
G e n er a l la w

o f th e

e n fo r c e m e n t

g e n e ra l la w s

n a r c o tic a c t,

and

P r o v isio n jo r

tio n w it h

and

.— U n d e r t h is g e n e r a l t it l e

th e

a d m in is tra tio n

th e in v e s tig a tio n

and

a re in c lu d e d

e n fo rc e m e n t

th e

a c tiv itie s h a v in g

o f s p e c ia l

a c ts

lik e

th e

to

d o w ith

n a tio n a l

th e e n fo rc e m e n t

p r o h ib itio n

a c t, th e

a n d p ro s e c u tio n o f w a r -c o n tr a c t fr a u d s .

co n tr o l o f c u r r e n c y

a n d

b a n k in g

.— U n d e r t h i s f u n c t i o n

a re in c lu d e d th e e x p e n s e s in c u r r e d in c o n n e c ­

t h e r e g u la t io n o f c u r r e n c y a n d o f b a n k i n g t h r o u g h th e o ffic e o f t h e C o m p t r o l l e r o f t h e C u r r e n c y a n d p u b lic -

d e b t s e r v ic e ;

th e F e d e ra l R e s e rv e B o a r d ;

th e F e d e ra l F a r m

Lo a n

B u re a u ;

a n d th e e x p e n d itu re s m a d e b y th e B u r e a u

o f t h e M i n t a n d m i n t a n d a s s a y o ffic e s i n t h e m a in t e n a n c e o f a m o n e y s t a n d a r d .
A d m in is tr a tio n

in

o f

In d ia n

a ffa ir s

.— U n d e r t h i s c a p t i o n a r e g r o u p e d t h e e x p e n d i t u r e s o f t h e N a t i o n a l G o v e r n m e n t

th e c a re a n d e d u c a tio n o f th e In d ia n
A d m in is tr a tio n

to d o w ith

o j p u b lic

d o m a in

th e c a re a n d u tiliz a tio n

P r o m o tio n

a n d

r eg u la tio n

s e v e ra l d e p a rtm e n ts

and

w a rd s o f th e N a t io n .

.— U n d e r t h i s g e n e r a l t i t l e

a re in c lu d e d th e

o f p u b lic la n d s a n d th e c a re a n d u tiliz a tio n

o j co m m erc e

a n d

in d u s tr y

a c tiv itie s o f th e G o v e r n m e n t h a v in g

o f th e n a tio n a l fo re s ts .

.— U n d e r t h is g e n e r a l t it l e

in d e p e n d e n t e s ta b lis h m e n ts h a v in g

to

do

w ith

th e

a re in c lu d e d

p r o m o tio n

and

th o s e a c tiv itie s o f th e

r e g u la tio n

o f c o m m e rc e

a n d in d u s try .
P r o m o tio n

h a v in g
th e

to

do

,

r eg u la tio n

w ith

p ro v is io n

fo r

th e

,

a n d

o p e ra tio n

p re p a ra tio n

o j m a r in e

o f c h a rts

a m e rc h a n t m a r in e , a n d

and

th e

tra n sp o r ta tio n

.— U n d e r th is g e n e r a l t it le

s a ilin g d ir e c tio n s , th e

re s c u e

and

s u p p ly in g

re lie f o f s e a m e n

and

a re in c lu d e d th e a c tiv itie s

o f p u b lic

o f th e U n it e d S ta te s S h ip p in g B o a r d a n d M e r c h a n t F le e t C o r p o r a tio n a n d th e C o a s t G u a r d
P r o m o tio n

a n d

G o v e r n m e n t h a v in g
o f tr a n s p o r ta tio n

r eg u la tio n

to

do

s y s te m s

o j

w ith

la n d

th e

e x e rc is e d

tra n sp o r ta tio n

.— U n d e r

p r o m o tio n

and

d u r in g

W o rld

th e

W a r,

m e n t s in c e t h e t e r m i n a t i o n o f F e d e r a l c o n t r o l i n t h e f o r m




th is

r e g u la tio n

g e n e ra l

o f la n d

and

th e

title

fa c ilitie s

a re
and

th e

a c tiv itie s

S e r v ic e .

in c lu d e d

th o s e

tr a n s p o r ta tio n , in c lu d in g

p a y m e n ts

f o r n a v i g a t i o n ,,

p a s s e n g e rs , in c lu d in g

th e

a c tiv itie s

o f

th e

F e d e ra l c o n tro l

advances m ad e b y

th e

G o ve rn ­

o f g u a ra n tie s a s p r o v id e d b y th e tr a n s p o r ta tio n a c t o f 1 9 2 0 .

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A g r ic u ltu r e

a n d

in

a5

.— U n d e r t h i s g e n e r a l t i t l e a r e i n c l u d e d t h e d e fic ie n c ie s i n p o s t a l r e v e n u e s p a i d f r o m

P o sta l S e r v ic e
P r o m o tio n

GOVERNMENTAL ITJNCtflOtfS

reg u la tio n

th e

o f a g r ic u ltu r e

p ro m o tio n

o f

.— U n d e r

a g r ic u ltu r e

and

th is

gam e

fu n c tio n

a re

p r e s e r v a tio n

g ro u p e d
and

th e

th e

a c tiv itie s

expenses

th e T r e a s u r y .

o f th e

in c u rre d

D e p a rtm e n t

th ro u g h

th e

of

S ta te

D e p a r tm e n t in th e s u p p o r t o f th e In te r n a tio n a l In s titu te o f A g r ic u ltu r e a t R o m e , I t a ly .
P r o m o tio n

C o m m e rc e

in

a n d

th e

o j f i s h e r i e s .—

r e g u la tio n

p r o p a g a tio n

and

U n d e r

d is trib u tio n

th is

fu n c tio n

o f fo o d

a re

fis h e s , t h e

g ro u p e d

th o s e

p r o te c tio n

a c tiv itie s

o f A la s k a

of

th e

seal a n d

D e p a rtm e n t

s a lm o n

of

fis h e r ie s in

A la s k a , a n d o th e r lik e a c tiv itie s .
P r o m o tio n

o j

e s ta b lis h m e n ts

la b o r

and

in te r ests

th e

.— U n d e r

D e p a rtm e n t

th is

p a rtic u la r

La b o r

of

h a v in g

in v e s tig a tio n o f la b o r q u e s tio n s , th e im p r o v e m e n t in
th e

p a y m e n ts

m ade

b y

th e

U n ite d

S ta te s

fu n c tio n

to

do

h o u s in g

a re

w ith

g ro u p e d

th e

c o n d itio n s ,

E m p lo y e e s ’ C o m p e n s a tio n

th e

a c tiv itie s

c o m p ila tio n
th e

of

th e

in d e p e n d e n t

o f la b o r la w s a n d

s ta tis tic s , th e

e s ta b lis h m e n t o f e m p lo y m e n t

C o m m is s io n

to

G o ve rn m e n t

a g e n c ie s ,

e m p lo y e e s

fro m

th e c o m p e n s a tio n f u n d , a n d o th e r lik e a c tiv itie s .
a n d n a t u r a l i z a t i o n .—

Im m ig r a tio n

U n d e r th is g e n e ra l title a re in c lu d e d th e e x p e n s e s in v o lv e d in r e g u la tin g im m ig r a ­

t io n , p r e v e n t in g i m p o r t a t io n o f c o n t r a c t l a b o r , t h e e n fo r c e m e n t o f la w s a g a in s t a lie n a n a r c h is ts , d e p o r t a t io n o f a lie n s ,
c a re o f in te r n e d a lie n s , a n d
P r o m o tio n

tio n

a n d p ro te c tio n

g e ry o f th e N a v y

th e r e g u la tio n

h e a l t h .—

o j p u b lic

o f n a tu ra liza tio n .

U n d e r th is g e n e ra l title

th o s e

a c tiv itie s h a v in g

to

o f th e A r m y , th e B u re a u

d o w ith

th e p ro m o ­

o f M e d ic in e

and

S u r­

D e p a r t m e n t , t h e m e d ic a l c o r p s o f in s t it u t io n s f o r t h e c a re o f a g e d a n d s ic k s o ld ie rs a n d s a ilo r s , a n d

f ik e e x p e n d itu r e s o f t h e V e t e r a n s ' B u r e a u , a ll o f w h ic h
P ro m o tio n

a re in c lu d e d

o f p u b lic h e a lth , e x c lu s iv e o f th e M e d ic a l C o r p s

o j

e d u c a t io n .—

p u b lic

U n d e r

th is

a re r e p o r te d u n d e r m ilit a r y fu n c tio n s .

g e n e ra l c a p tio n

m e n ts a n d in d e p e n d e n t e s ta b lis h m e n ts h a v in g to

d o w ith

a re

in c lu d e d

th e p ro m o tio n

th o s e

a c tiv itie s

o f p u b lic e d u c a tio n

o f th e
and

se ve ra l d e p a rt­

a ll a c tiv itie s o f th e

F e d e r a l B o a r d fo r V o c a tio n a l E d u c a tio n .
S c ie n c e

a n d

resea rch

•t h e i n v e s t i g a t i o n
in v e s tig a tio n s

and

.— U n d e r

th is g e n e ra l title

p u b lic a tio n

th a t h a ve

a re in c lu d e d

o f k n o w le d g e g a in e d

been w o rke d

ou t and

and

th e

a c tiv itie s o f th e

v e r ifie d

s y s te m a tize d

b y

G o v e r n m e n t h a v in g

e x a c t o b s e rv a tio n ; th e re p o rtin g

c o n c e rn in g

som e

s u b je c t o r g r o u p

to

d o w ith

o f r e s u lts o f

o f s u b je c ts

o f a s c e r­

ta in e d fa c ts , a n d t h e p r in c ip le s c o v e r in g o r a t t e m p t in g t o g iv e a d e q u a te e x p re s s io n t o a g r e a t n a t u r a l g r o u p o r d iv is io n
o f k n o w le d g e .

In

k n o w le d g e , s u c h

a d d i t i o n , i t a ls o in c lu d e s th o s e r e s e a r c h

a c tiv itie s c o n d u c te d fo r th e p u rp o s e o f a d d in g

a s i n v e s t i g a t i o n s o f s o m e p h e n o m e n o n o r s e rie s o f p h e n o m e n a

fa c ts o r to c o o rd in a te th e m
P u b l i c w o r k s .—

to h u m a n

b y e x p e r im e n ta l m e th o d s to

d is c o v e r

as la w s .

U n d e r th is g e n e ra l h e a d in g a re in c lu d e d th e c a p ita l e x p e n d itu r e s o f th e G o v e r n m e n t in c o n s tru c tin g

p u b lic w o r k s w it h in a n d w it h o u t th e D is tr ic t o f C o lu m b ia

o th e r th a n

th o s e

o u tla y s

f o r p l a n t fa c ilitie s

and

a d d itio n s

w h i c h , b e in g e s s e n tia l t o t h e p r o p e r p e r fo r m a n c e o f s p e c ific a c t i v i t i e s , a r e in c lu d e d u n d e r t h e ir r e s p e c tiv e f u n c t io n s .
T h is fu n c tio n

is s u b d i v i d e d

1.

to s e g re g a te th e e x p e n d itu r e s u n d e r th e c a p tio n s o f :

G e n e r a l s u p e r v is io n , d e s ig n , a n d o v e r h e a d ;

2.
T h e

P u b lic im p ro v e m e n ts ; a n d

3.

G o v e r n m e n t p la n t a d d itio n s .

fir s t s u b d iv is io n

re p re s e n ts

th e

g e n e ra l e xp e n s e s in c u rre d

in

d e s ig n in g

and

s u p e r v is in g

th e

c o n s tru c tio n

of

p u b lic im p r o v e m e n ts a n d p la n t a d d itio n s .
T h e

second

w o rk s , such

s u b d iv is io n

as th e

c o n s tru c tio n

Pa n a m a

o f ir r ig a tio n

o f b u ild in g s

c o m p ris e s

th e

C a n a l, riv e rs

s y s te m s

a n d s tr u c tu r e s in

and

b y

c a p ita l o u tla y s
and

th e

h a rb o rs

R e c la m a tio n

a ro u n d

m ade

b y

th e

G o v e r n m e n t in

th e

a n d flo o d -c o n tr o l s tru c tu r e s , ra ilr o a d
S e rv ic e , p u b lic

ro a d s

and

W a s h in g to n , h o s p ita l c o n s tru c tio n

c o n s tru c tio n
c o n s tru c tio n

ru ra l p o s t ro a d s , th e

o f p u b lic
in

A la s k a ,

c o n s tru c tio n

a n d h o s p ita l fa c ilitie s f o r w a r p a tie n t s ,

a n d lik e c a p ita l e x p e n d itu r e s .
Th e

th ir d

s u b d iv is io n

b u ilt p r im a r ily

to

house

c o m p ris e s

tie

o f g o v e r n m e n ta l a c tiv itie s .

th o s e

s tru c tu re s

w h ic h

a re

p e rs o n n e l o f th e G o v e r n m e n t a n d
It

in c lu d e s t h e

c o n s tru c te d

o r

a d d itio n s

m ade

to p r o v i d e p r o p e r fa c ilitie s f o r

c o s t o f c o n s tru c tio n

and

c o s t o f im p ro v e m e n ts

th e re to

th e

w h ic h

a re

e ffic ie n t o p e r a t io n

o n ly , th e

o p e r a tio n

and

m a i n t e n a n c e e x p e n s e b e i n g r e p o r t e d u n d e r “ P u b l i c b u i l d i n g s s e r v i c e .”
T h e
of
th e

th e

s tru c tu re s c o m p re h e n d e d w ith in

C a p ito l;

th e

c o n s tru c tio n

a c q u is itio n

w o rk

or

p e rfo rm e d

th is g r o u p a re th o s e p u rc h a s e d o r b u ilt u n d e r th e d ir e c tio n o f th e A r c h it e c t

c o n s tru c tio n

under

th e

of

d ip lo m a tic

S u p e r v is in g

p r e m is e s

A rc h ite c t

of

and

th e

b u ild in g s

T re a s u iy

in

b y

th e

S ta te

D e p a rtm e n t;

e r e c tin g p u b lic

b u ild in g s in

W a s h i n g t o n , c u s to m h o u s e s , c o u r t h o u s e s , a n d p o s t o ffic e s , a n d lik e s t r u c t u r e s .
e n t e r p r i s e s .—

R e v e n u e -p r o d u c in g

a re

U n d e r

th is

g e n e ra l title

a re in c lu d e d

th e

o p e ra tio n s

o f th e

G o ve rn m e n t

w h ic h

( o r i t is a s s u m e d w i l l b e c o m e ) s e lf- s u p p o r t in g .
T h e

o n ly

a c tiv itie s in c lu d e d in

o f C o lu m b ia , b y

th e

th is g r o u p

a t th e

p re s e n t tim e

D e p a r tm e n t o f A g r ic u ltu r e , a n d

th e

a re th e o p e ra tio n

m a in te n a n c e

and

o f th e C e n te r M a r k e t , D is tr ic t

o p e ra tio n

o f th e

Panam a

C a n al and

of

th e A la s k a R a ilr o a d .
L o c a l

g o v e r n m e n t .—

U n d e r th is fu n c tio n

a re in c lu d e d

th e

e x p e n d itu r e s o f th e lo c a l g o v e r n m e n t in

th e D is tr ic t o f

C o l u m b i a a n d t h e T e r r it o r i e s o f A l a s k a , H a w a i i , a n d o tib e r in s u la r p o s s e s s io n s a n d s u c h a id a s is g iv e n t o S t a t e g o v e r n ­
m e n ts

b y

th e

N a tio n a l

G o v e r n m e n t in

th e

fo rm

o f s u b v e n tio n s ,

e x c lu s iv e

o f s p e c ific

g ra n ts

fo r

e d u c a tio n , p u b lic

h e a lth , c o n s tru c tio n o f r u r a l p o s t r o a d s , e tc .
R e lie f e x p e n d itu r e s

r e lie f to

A m e r ic a n

.— U n d e r t h i s g e n e r a l t i t l e

c itize n s

a b r o a d , c o n trib u tio n s

a re g ro u p e d
to w a rd

th e

th o s e e x p e n d itu r e s o f th e G o v e r n m e n t m a d e in g iv in g
m a in te n a n c e

o f fo r e ig n

h o s p ita ls w h ic h

a d m it c itize n s

o f t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s , a n d o th e r lik e w e lfa r e o p e r a tio n s , b o th fo r e ig n a n d d o m e s tic , s u c h a s th o s e c o n d u c te d t o a lle v ia te
t h e d is tr e s s a n d s u ffe r in g i n fo r e ig n c o u n t r ie s .
R e fu n d s

g ro u p e d
o r

,

th e

a m o u n ts

lo sse s

,

c o n tin g e n c ie s,

e x p e n d itu re s
p r e v io u s ly

a s ch a rg e s o n

b u llio n

m ade

r e c e iv e d

a n d

b y
in




G o ve rn m e n t

p a ym e n t

s o ld , re c o in a g e

m is c e lla n e o u s e x p e n s e s in c u r r e d b y

m i s c e l l a n e o u s .—

th e
o f

g o ld ,

U n d e r
in

o f in d e b te d n e s s
s ilv e r,

and

th is

g e n e ra l

re p a ym e n t
to

m in o r

th e

title

o r re fu n d
U n ite d

c o in s ,

an d

o f

n o n fu n c tio n a l

o f th e w h o le

e x p e n d itu re s

or p a rt of an

a re

am o u n t

S t a t e s , lo s s e s

an d

c o n tin g e n c ie s , s u c h

o th e r

an d

c o in a g e

b u llio n

lo s s e s ,

t h e G o v e r n m e n t in c o n n e c tio n w i t h te r c e n te n a r y a n d o t h e r c e le b r a tio n s .

and

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THE BUDGET, 1030 '
In v estm e n ts

th e

.— U n d e r

G o v e r n m e n t in

lo a n s

th e

th is

to r a ilr o a d s , e x c lu s iv e

p o r ta tio n
F ix e d

g e n e ra l

p u rc h a s e

of

title
n o te s ,

o f advances

to

o f n o n fu n c tio n a l
bonds,

c a rrie rs a n d

d ebt ch a rg es

and

o f o u ts ta n d in g

th e A m e r ic a n

th e a m o u n t o f in te re s t p a id o n

S ta te s .

in

g ro u p e d

Exp re s s

.— U n d e r

th is

and

p a y m e n ts

t h e p u b lic d e b t , a ll o f w h ic h is p a y a b le f r o m

th o s e
to

g e n e ra l

tru s t fu n d s ) in

h e a d in g

th e

n a tu re

to

e x p e n d itu r e s

fo re ig n

C o ., u n d e r s e c tio n
t r a n s p o r t a t i o n ,”

th e

m ade

g o v e rn m e n ts ;
209

o f th e

tra n s ­

C -8 .

o r d in a r y re c e ip ts in

s in k in g fu n d .

o r d in a r y re c e ip ts .

b y
and

It

th e

a ls o i n c l u d e s

I t e x c lu d e s r e fu n d in g

s u r p lu s a n d b a la n c e s .
a re

g ro u p e d

a ll

o f re p a y m e n ts

e x p e n d itu re s
o f a m o u n ts

I t is th e r e p a y m e n t o f th o s e m o n e y s re c e iv e d b y

th e

m ade

b y

th e

n o t s u b je c t to

G o v e r n m e n t in

o v e r w h i c h i t e x e rc is e s t h e r e s p o n s i b i l it y o f c u s t o d ia n r a t h e r t h a n o w n e r .




a re

a c t io n ; lo a n s

a n d re g u la tio n o f la n d

b o n d e d in d e b te d n e s s

o p e r a tio n s a n d a d d itio n a l r e d e m p tio n s p a id fr o m
T r u st fu n d s

choses

.— U n d e r th is g e n e r a l h e a d in g a re g r o u p e d th e e x p e n d itu r e s m a d e f r o m

p u rc h a se

D is tr ic t o f C o lu m b ia

e x p e n d itu re s

o th e r

a c t o f 1 9 2 0 , w h ic h a re re p o r te d u n d e r “ P r o m o tio n

re d e m p tio n

U n ite d

and

G o ve rn m e n t
dem and

(in c lu d in g

o r c la im

tr u s t fo r p r iv a te

b y

th e

p u rp o se s a n d

D E S C R IP T IO N

T h e
and

B u d g e t s ta te m e n ts

p r o s p e c tiv e , d u r in g

g iv e

fin a n c ia l d a ta

(b a la n c e

s h e e ts ),

g iv e n

s u p p ly

BUDGET

d a ta

re g a rd in g

th e

(1)

th e

m eans

fin a n c ia l c o n d itio n

b y

w h ic h

d e b t tr a n s a c tio n s a n d th e c o n d itio n

such

o f th e

c o n d itio n

STATEM EN TS

th e

t h e la s t c o m p le te d fis c a l y e a r , th e y e a r in

s h o w in g

(2 )

h e r e in

OF

Tre a s u ry

w as

e n d o f th e y e a r in
c o n ta in e d in
ia

p ro g re s s, a n d

e ffe c t o f th e s e a m o u n ts in
In
o f

p u b lic -d e b t

r e d e m p tio n s
to

th e

e s tim a te d

b a la n c e

am ong

am ong

th e

th e

$ 9 0 7 ,6 1 3 ,7 3 0 .4 2 , o f w h i c h

T h e
fo r th e
in to

re q u ire d b y la w

g e n e r a l-fu n d

$ 5 4 0 ,2 5 5 ,0 2 0 .3 0
to b e m a d e fro m

e s t i m a t e d s u r p l u s o f $ 3 6 ,9 9 0 ,1 9 2

r e d u c tio n

o f p u b lic

debt now

a c c o u n t, it s h o w s th a t th e

a ls o

la s t c o m p le te d fis c a l y e a r

s ta te m e n ts ),

and

(3 )

th e

p u b lic -

T h is s ta te m e n t, i t w ill b e s e e n , s h o w s n o t m e re ly

w h ic h

th is b a la n c e h a s b e e n a n d w ill b e re a c h e d .
p r o s p e c t iv e , f o r th e s e y e a r s a n d

It show s,
e x h ib its th e

e x p e n d itu re s
w as

b e n o te d t h a t p a y m e n ts in re s p e c t to

e x p e n d itu r e s

of

d u rin g

re q u ir e d

b y

th e
th e

G o v e rn m e n t.

Th e

fis c a l y e a r e n d in g

e x is tin g la w

a m o u n t o f g e n e ra l fu n d

to

be

a p p lie d to

m ade

to ta l

Ju n e

fro m

th e

re d u c tio n

am ount

30,

19 28 ,

o rd in a ry

of

debt

a m o u n te d

re c e ip ts , a n d

th e r e d e m p tio n o f d e b t in

a d d itio n

o r d in a r y r e c e ip ts .

f o r t h e fis c a l y e a r 1 9 2 9 is r e a c h e d a f t e r d e d u c t i n g t h e s u m

r e q u ir e d

b y

e x is tin g la w

to

b e m a d e fro m

o r d in a r y r e c e ip ts .

o f $ 5 4 2 ,4 7 1 ,3 5 0
T a k in g

th is ite m

o r d i n a i y r e v e n u e e x c e e d s a l l o t h e r e s t i m a t e d o r d i n a r y e x p e n d i t u r e s b y $ 5 7 9 ,4 6 1 ,5 4 2 ,

o r a n e s tim a te d im p r o v e m e n t in
Ju n e

o f th e

a c tu a l

T h e y

a t th e e n d o f th e e n s u in g fis c a l y e a r i f t h e fin a n c ia l p r o p o s a ls

p r o s p e c tiv e , i t s h o u ld

g e n e ra l-fu n d

t h e r e m a i n d e r , $ 3 6 7 ,3 5 8 ,7 1 0 .1 2 , r e p r e s e n t s t h e
to th a t n o w

( o p e r a tin g

G o v e rn m e n t,

in c r e a s in g o r d e c r e a s in g th e a v a ila b le b a la n c e o f th e g e n e r a l f u n d .

fig u re

in c lu d e d

end

o f th e

e n s u in g fis c a l y e a r .

30, 19 2 8 .

e x p e n d itu r e s o f th e G o v e r n m e n t, p a s t a n d

c o n s id e rin g th e s h o w in g , p a s t a n d

th e

o u tg o
th e

a t t h e e n d o f th e t w o la s t c o m p le te d y e a r s , t h e e s tim a te d s u r p lu s t h a t w ill e x is t a t t h e

th e B u d g e t a re a d o p te d , b u t th e m e a n s b y

a w o r d , th e re v e n u e s a n d

and

a t th e

re a ch e d

a t t h e c lo s e o f b u s in e s s J u n e

S t a t e m e n t N o . 1 is t h e m a s t e r o r k e y s t a t e m e n t o f t h e B u d g e t .
th e b a la n c e in th e g e n e ra l f u n d

in c o m e

p ro g re s s, a n d

th e fin a n c ia l c o n d itio n

o f th e

G o v e r n m e n t o f th is

a m o u n t f o r t h e fis c a l y e a r e n d in g

3 0 , 19 29 .
T h e

e s tim a te d

o f $ 5 5 3 ,0 6 7 ,6 0 0

s u rp lu s

o f re c e ip ts

o f $ 6 0 ,5 7 6 ,1 8 2

fo r d e b t r e d e m p tio n s

o f re c e ip ts r e p o r te d

in

o u t o f o r d in a r y

S ta te m e n t N o .

1

in d ic a te s

fo r

th e

fis c a l y e a r

re c e ip ts .

A d d in g

19 3 0

has

been

d e c re a se d

th e s e r e d e m p tio n s

a n im p r o v e m e n t o f th e

to

fin a n c ia l c o n d itio n

th e

b y

th e

in c lu s io n

e s tim a te d

o f th e

s u r p lu s

G o ve rn m e n t of

$ 6 1 3 ,6 4 3 ,7 8 2 f o r t h e fis c a l y e a r e n d i n g J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 3 0 .
S t a t e m e n t N o . 2 s u p p o r t s S t a t e m e n t N o . 1 a n d s u p p lie s t h e d e ta ils o f t h e e x p e n d it u r e s m a d e f o r 1 9 2 8 , c o m p a r e d
w ith

th e

e s tim a te s

fo r

19 29 ,

and

th e

p ro p o s a ls

fo r

19 3 0 ,

b y

m a in

b ra n c h e s

or

a d m in is tra tiv e

d iv is io n s

of

th e

s o u rc e s .

It

G o v e rn m e n t.
S ta te m e n t

N o . 3 is a

d e ta ile d

s ta te m e n t s h o w in g

s u p p lie s t h e a c tu a l r e v e n u e ite m s c o lle c te d i n

th e

a g e n c ie s

c o lle c tin g

G o ve rn m e n t

re ve n u e

b y

1 9 2 8 a n d e s tim a te s o f t h e r e v e n u e ite m s t o b e c o lle c te d b y

d e p a rtm e n ts a n d o th e r o r g a n iza tio n u n its d u r in g

t h e fis c a l y e a r s

19 2 9 a n d

S t a t e m e n t N o . 4 is a d e ta ile d s t a t e m e n t o f r e c e ip t s , s u m m a r i z i n g

th e s e ve ra l

19 3 0 .

th e ite m s in S ta te m e n t N o . 3 b y s o u rc e s u n d e r

o rg a n iza tio n u n its .
In

S ta te m e n t

N o .

5

th e

e x p e n d itu re s

a s is d o n e in S t a t e m e n t s 1 a n d 2 .

a re

c la s s ifie d

I t w ill th u s b e n o te d

a c c o rd in g

to

c h a ra c te r

ra th e r

th a n

b y

o r g a n iza tio n

u n its ,

t h a t a d is t in c t io n is m a d e b e tw e e n th o s e e x p e n d it u r e s w h ic h

a re f o r th e c u r r e n t o p e r a tio n s o f th e G o v e r n m e n t , th o s e t h a t a re o f a n o n a d m in is tr a tiv e c h a ra c te r, th o s e fo r c o n s tru c tio n
w o rk ,

in c lu d in g

m ade

m a y

be

n a tio n a l-d e fe n s e
seen

$ 3 ,7 8 0 ,7 1 9 ,6 4 7 ,

fro m

o n ly

s e e n , i s $ 6 ,0 0 2 ,2 9 7

th e

s tru c tu re s ,

fa c t

th a t

$ 1 ,0 8 4 ,8 9 0 ,9 1 9

m o re

th a n

th e

is

and

th o u g h

fo r

th e

o th e r
th e

c u rre n t

c o r r e s p o n d in g ite m

e x p e n d itu r e s .

e x p e n d itu r e
o p e ra tio n s
fo r th e

T h e

p ro g ra m
of

y e a r in

th e

im p o r ta n c e
fo r

of

th e

d is tin c tio n s

h e re

1 9 3 0 c a lls f o r a t o t a l e x p e n d it u r e

G o v e rn m e n t.

p ro g re s s,

19 29 .

Th e

la tte r

su m , it

N o n a d m in is tr a tiv e

w ill

of
be

expenses,

i n c l u d i n g s u c h i t e m s a s i n t e r e s t o n t h e p u b l i c d e b t , p e n s i o n s , e t c ., c a ll f o r t h e e x p e n d i t u r e o f n o le s s t h a n $ 1 ,4 3 3 ,9 6 2 ,1 8 8
in

19 3 0 .

It

s e ts o u t in

S t a t e m e n t N o . 6 a ls o s u p p o r t s S t a t e m e n t N o . 1 a n d s u p p lie s d e ta ils o f t h e s o u rc e s o f r e v e n u e o f t h e G o v e r n m e n t .
b e d e riv e d in

d e ta il

th e

19 29 a n d

S ta te m e n t N o . 7
p o s ta l re v e n u e s .

s o u rc e s fr o m

w h ic h

h a s to

d o w ith

B e g in n in g w ith

in

s ta te m e n t s h o w s

d e ta il th e

w ill b e
fro m

e x p e n d itu r e s

n o t e d , is c a r r ie d

th e g e n e ra l fu n d
B o a rd

in

th e

re s u lts

m ade

M e rc h a n t
N o .

10

and

S ta te m e n t




and

is e x p e c t e d

to

th e p o s ta l re c e ip ts .
o f th e
to

be

N o .

o p e r a tio n s , w h ic h

m ade

o u t o f th e

1

re p re s e n ts

and

re c o m m e n d e d in

fo r

19 28 , 19 29 , and

p o s ta l re v e n u e s .
th e

T h e

am ount of m oney

19 3 0 , sh o w
d e fic ie n c y
w h ic h

in

show s

C o rp o ra tio n ,

a d e fic it, a n d

g iv e s

p o s ta l re v e n u e s , it

w ill n e e d

to

be

advanced

th e B u d g e t fo r th e P o s ta l E s ta b lis h m e n t.

re s p e c tiv e ly ,

s h o w in g

th e

r e la tio n s h ip

of

th e

Pa n a m a C a n a l and

p u r e ly

g o v e rn m e n ta l

th e ir t o t a l tr a n s a c tio n s .

th e

tr a n s a c tio n s

in

v a rio u s

a c c o u n ts , fu n d s ,

and

a u th o riza tio n s

c o n c e rn e d .

506—28----- n

19 2 8

9 g iv e a s u m m a r y o f t h e c o m p le te o p e r a t io n s o n a c c r u a l b a s is o f t h e
F le e t

t r a n s a c t io n s o f th e s e a g e n c ie s t o
S ta te m e n t

G o v e r n m e n t w a s d e riv e d in

th e o p e r a tio n s o f th e P o s t O ffic e D e p a r t m e n t a n d P o s ta l S e r v ic e , p a y a b le fr o m

to m e e t th e p ro g ra m

S ta te m e n ts N o s . 8 a n d
S h ip p in g

o f th e

t h e fis c a l y e a r 1 9 2 3 , t h e d e p a r t m e n t a l e x p e n d it u r e s o f th e P o s t O ffic e D e p a r t m e n t

a t W a s h in g t o n a r e a ls o fin a n c e d f r o m
T h is

th e in c o m e

19 3 0 .

a7

fo r

th e

fis c a l y e a r s

a8

THE BUDGET, 1930
S ta te m e n t N o . 1 1

a n d th e

a c c o m p lis h e d
w h ic h

have

b y

th e

th e

e x p e n d itu r e

o f th e

19 2 9 .

T h is

a p p r o p r ia tio n s

o f th e

C o n s titu tio n .

G o v e rn m e n t.

T h e

T h is

s ta te m e n t

Th e

have

been

fo r

th e

to

d iv id e d

th e

in to

m a in

(a )

g e n e ra l e n d

19 3 0 , c o m p a re d

c la s s ific a tio n g iv e n

c o r r e s p o n d s c lo s e ly

g e n e ra l fu n c tio n s

s e ts f o r t h

re c o m m e n d e d

a lr e a d y b e e n m a d e f o r th e fis c a l y e a r 1 9 2 9 .

g e n e ra l fu n c tio n s
b y

s u m m a r iz e s t h e e s tim a te s o f a p p r o p r ia t io n s b y g o v e r n m e n t a l f u n c t io n s f o r t h e fis c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0

a p p r o p r ia t i o n s m a d e f o r t h e fis c a l y e a r

o r p u rp o se s to b e

w ith

th e

a p p r o p r ia tio n s

o n th is s ta te m e n t p re s e n ts fir s t th e

o rg a n s o f th e

le g is la tiv e ,

G o v e r n m e n t e s ta b lis h e d

ju d ic ia l,

(b )

(c ) e x e c u t i v e , a n d

g e n e ra l a d m in is tr a tio n .

(a )

T h e
fro m

s p e c ific

fu n c tio n s

e x p e n d itu re s

in to

m ilita r y

(a )

th e

a re

s e g re g a te d

fu n c tio n s ,

(b )

c iv il

d is tin g u is h

a c tu a l a p p r o p r ia tio n s

a lre a d y

a m o u n ts

th e

a llo c a te d

to

fo r

m ade

b y

d iffe re n t

s ta te m e n t w ill b e fo u n d

th e

fu n c tio n s ,

a m o u n t o f m o n e y re c o m m e n d e d

T h is

to

fo r c iv il s e rv ic e s ; th e r e fo r e

th e e x p e n d itu r e s

s e g r e g a tio n

and

(c )

a p p r o p r ia tio n
C o n g re s s

m ade

in

n o n fu n c tio n a l

fo r th e

fo r th e

fo r

th is

o p e r a tio n s .

fis c a l y e a r

fis c a l y e a r

m ilita r y

and

d is tin c tly

s ta te m e n t d iv id e s

e n d in g

T h is

Ju n e

19 2 9 , b u t it

th e

w a r p u rp o se s

s p e c ific f u n c t i o n s

s ta te m e n t n o t

o n ly

g iv e s

3 0 , 19 3 0 , c o m p a re d w ith

a ls o

sh o w s th e

p e rc e n ta g e s

th e

o f th e

p u rp o se s .

in te re s tin g a n d

in fo r m a tiv e , s h o w in g as it d o e s th e a p p r o x im a te

a m o u n ts d e v o te d

t o im p o r t a n t G o v e r n m e n t a c tiv itie s a n d in te re s ts .
It

w ill b e

fo u n d

th a t

a

t o t a l o f # 1 2 5 ,6 5 5 ,5 1 3 .4 4

is

c a rrie d

fo r g e n e ra l fu n c tio n s , w h ic h

in c lu d e

th e

le g is la tiv e ,

j u d ic i a l , e x e c u t i v e , a n d t h e g e n e r a l a d m i n i s t r a t i v e o p e r a t io n s o f t h e G o v e r n m e n t w h ic h c a n n o t b e a llo c a te d t o s p e c ific
c iv il fu n c tio n s .
T h e

sum

o f $ 1 ,3 1 5 ,5 2 5 ,5 8 2

a n n u itie s , a n d W o r ld
T h e

am ount

is p r o v i d e d

W a r a llo w a n c e s , a n d

re c o m m e n d e d

fo r

fo r m ilita r y

fu n c tio n s , w h ic h

in c lu d e s m ilit a r y p e n s io n s , r e t ir e m e n t p a y ,

n a t io n a l d e fe n s e .

n a tio n a l

d e fe n s e

is

d iv id e d

in to

tw o

c la s s e s :

A rm y ,

# 3 0 8 ,7 4 4 ,1 0 1 ;

N a v y ,

# 3 3 9 ,7 6 7 ,1 9 9 .
T h e

a m o u n t p r o v id e d

# 4 0 5 ,3 1 6 ,8 9 0
T h e

fo r W o r ld

in

th e

B u d g e t fo r

W a r a llo w a n c e s , a n d

m ilita r y

p e n s io n s

# 2 7 ,8 7 9 ,0 0 4

and

a llo w a n c e s

in c lu d e s

a m o u n t r e c o m m e n d e d f o r c i v i l f u n c t i o n s t o t a l s # 5 8 5 ,0 3 7 ,7 7 5 .2 1 .
to

d o w ith

fo r

p e n s io n s ,

U n d e r t h i s g e n e r a l f u n c t i o n # 1 4 ,1 3 6 ,4 0 1 .6 0

is a l l o w e d f o r f o r e i g n r e l a t i o n s a n d p r o t e c t i o n o f A m e r i c a n i n t e r e s t s a b r o a d ; # 4 2 ,2 7 3 ,1 6 9
w h ic h in c lu d e s a c tiv itie s h a v in g

# 2 2 2 ,7 8 0 ,0 0 0

fo r r e tir e m e n t p a y .

th e e n fo r c e m e n t o f g e n e ra l la w s a n d

th e

fo r g e n e ra l la w

a d m in is tra tio n

e n fo rc e m e n t,

a n d e n fo rc e m e n t

o f s p e c ia l a c ts lik e th e n a t io n a l p r o h i b i t i o n a c t , t h e n a r c o tic a c t , a n d t h e in v e s tig a t io n a n d p r o s e c u tio n o f w a r c o n t r a c t
f r a u d s ; # 8 ,4 3 1 ,6 6 4

fo r th e

# 3 2 ,5 4 4 ,6 4 8

fo r

do

c a re a n d

w ith

th e

p ro m o tio n

th e

and

Fe d e ra l T ra d e
h a v in g

to

la tio n ,

and

do

c o n t r o l .o f c u r r e n c y

a d m in is tra tio n
u tiliza tio n

r e g u la tio n

of

w ith

th e

and

and

and

r e g u la tio n
of

of

la b o r

th e

in d u s try ,

m a r in e

a n d re g u la tio n

in c lu d e s

c a re

fo r th e

th o s e

w h ic h

in c lu d e s

th e

a d m in is tra tio n

a c tiv itie s

a n d u tiliza tio n

o f c o m m e rc e

tr a n s p o r ta tio n ,

w h ic h

F l e e t C o r p o r a t i o n ; # 8 ,2 1 4 ,6 2 5 f o r t h e p r o m o t i o n
m o tio n

b a n k i n g ; # 1 6 ,8 1 0 ,8 1 5 .7 8

o f th e

o f In d ia n

G o ve rn m e n t

a c tiv itie s

o f th e

T a riff

a g r ic u ltu r e ;

# 2 ,1 7 0 ,5 5 0

i n t e r e s t s ; # 8 ,9 8 9 ,9 9 0

h e a l t h ; # 1 2 ,4 7 6 ,6 6 0 f o r p r o m o t i o n

# 9 ,9 9 4 ,0 0 0

fo r

th e

to

fo r th e

C o m m is s io n ,

th e

a n d C o m m e rc e

fo r th e p r o m o tio n , re g u ­

S h ip p in g

B o a rd

and

M e rc h a n t

a n d r e g u l a t i o n o f l a n d t r a n s p o r t a t i o n ; # 4 0 ,1 0 2 ,5 5 1 f o r t h e p r o m o t i o n

fo r

fo r

a n d i n d u s t r y ; # 3 9 ,2 7 5 ,6 3 6 .2 5

in c lu d e s

a ffa irs ;

h a v in g

o f n a t i o n a l f o r e s t s ; # 2 7 ,7 2 9 ,1 7 4

P a t e n t O ffic e , a n d th o s e a c tiv itie s o f th e D e p a r t m e n ts o f A g r ic u ltu r e

p ro m o tio n
of

and

d o m a in , w h ic h

o f p u b lic la n d s

c o m m e rc e

C o m m is s io n , th e

o p e r a tio n

o f p u b lic

th e

p ro m o tio n

im m ig r a tio n

and

and

r e g u la tio n

of

fis h e rie s ;

n a t u r a l i z a t i o n ; # 1 9 ,0 1 7 ,8 6 2 .9 2

o f p u b l i c e d u c a t i o n ; # 3 1 ,0 7 2 ,7 1 0 .6 6

# 5 ,7 5 5 ,4 6 0 f o r
fo r

p r o m o tio n

th e
of

f o r s c ie n c e a n d r e s e a r c h ; # 4 6 ,0 7 2 ,3 0 7

p ro ­

p u b lic

f o r lo c a l

g o v e r n m e n t, in c lu d in g th e D is t r ic t o f C o lu m b ia .
F o r p u b l i c w o r k s u n d e r c i v i l f u n c t i o n s , # 2 2 0 ,6 7 1 ,5 0 0 is c a r r i e d , w h i c h i n c l u d e s # 9 3 ,6 4 7 ,6 0 0 f o r r i v e r s a n d h a r b o r s ,
f l o o d c o n t r o l , a n d i t e m s o f s i m i l a r c h a r a c t e r ; # 8 2 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 f o r r o a d s ; # 8 ,6 3 9 ,0 0 0 f o r R e c l a m a t i o n S e r v i c e ; # 8 2 5 ,0 0 0 f o i r
r a ilr o a d s

in

A la s k a ; a n d

U n d e r

# 3 5 ,5 5 9 ,9 0 0

n o n fu n c tio n a l

r e f u n d s , lo s s e s , c o n t in g e n c ie s , a n d
r e c e i p t s ; # 6 4 0 , 0 0 0 ,0 0 0

fo r o th e r p u b lic

a p p r o p r ia tio n s

is

c a rrie d

im p r o v e m e n ts
a

to ta l

of

m i s c e l l a n e o u s ; # 5 5 3 ,0 6 7 ,6 2 9 .0 2

fo r in te re s t o n t h e

p u b lic

and

G o v e r n m e n t p la n t a d d itio n s .

# 1 ,5 7 4 ,9 4 1 ,7 0 9 .0 2 ,

w h ic h

in c lu d e s

# 1 5 3 ,3 9 1 ,4 3 0

fo r p u b lic -d e b t r e tir e m e n ts p a y a b le

d e b t ; a n d # 2 2 8 ,4 8 2 ,6 5 0

fro m

fo r

o r d in a r y

fo r d is b u rs e m e n t a n d in v e s tm e n t o f c e rta in

tr u s t fu n d s .
S ta te m e n t N o .
fis c a l y e a r

19 3 0

and

12

s u m m a rize s

th e

th e

e s tim a te s

a p p r o p r ia tio n s m a d e

o f a p p r o p r ia tio n s

b y

f o r t h e fis c a l y e a r 1 9 2 9 .

c h a ra c te r a n d
It

o b je c ts o f e x p e n d itu r e

m a k e s a d is tin c tio n

b e tw e e n

fo r th e

th o s e

a p p ro ­

p r ia t io n s a lr e a d y m a d e a n d h e r e in r e c o m m e n d e d f o r (a ) c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s , (6 ) f ix e d c h a r g e s , (c ) a c q u is itio n o f p r o p e r t y ,
(<d ) p a y m e n t o f d e b t , a n d

(e ) p a y m e n ts fo r rig h ts

and

o b lig a tio n s .

S t a t e m e n t N o . 1 3 s h o w s th e e x p e n d itu r e s o f t h e G o v e r n m e n t , e x c lu s iv e o f th e P o s ta l S e r v ic e , f o r t h e f i & a l y e & r s
19 25

to

1 9 2 8 , in c lu s iv e , u n d e r th e

S ta te m e n t N o .

14

s a m e c la s s ific a tio n a s a p p e a rs in

g iv e s s im ila r d a ta

to

th a t p re s e n te d

by

S ta te m e n t N o . 12 .

S ta te m e n t N o .

12.

It

is a s u m m a r y o f

c la s s ifie d b y g o v e r n m e n t a l f u n c t i o n s f o r t h e fis c a l y e a r 1 9 3 0 c o m p a r e d w i t h p r i o r y e a r s .
o f m o n e y s p e n t b u t t h a t w h ic h i t is e s t im a t e d
It

a ls d

fu r n is h e s

th e

fo r th e

fis c a l y e a r

d ra w a l

o f cash

re c e ip ts

and

p e rc e n ta g e s

19 28

fro m

a re o n

th e

a llo c a te d

th e

T re a s u iy

d is b u r s e m e n ts ,

w ill b e s p e n t d u r i n g t h e c u r r e n t fis c a l y e a r a n d t h e e n s u in g fis c a l y e a r .

to

th e

d iffe r e n t fu n c tio n s

b a s is o f c h e c k s d r a w n
as

b a la n c e s ,

re p o rte d
e t c .,

e x p en d itu r e s

I t n o t o n ly g iv e s th e a m o u n t

of

b y
th e

th e

and

S e c re ta ry

U n ite d

o f th e

c h a rg e d
of

S t a t e s ,”

to

th e

G o v e rn m e n t.

T re a s u iy

b ro u g h t

to

in

th e

e x p e n d itu re s

g iv e n

a c c o u n ts , a u th o r iz in g

a p p r o p r ia tio n

w ith ­

th e

T h e

“ C o m b in e d

a c tu a l

cash

s ta te m e n t o f

e x p e n d itu re

b y

an

a d ju s tm e n t fig u r e .
S t a t e m e n t N o . 1 5 g iv e s th e a p p r o p r ia tio n s re c o m m e n d e d a n d
y e a r 19 2 9 , c o m p a re d w ith
b y

t h e fis c a l y e a r

1 9 2 8 , c la s s ifie d b y

C o n g re s s fo r w h ic h n o e s tim a te s w e re s u b m itte d b y
S ta te m e n t

19 29 .

It

N o .

show s

th e

16

s u m m a r ize s

a m o u n ts

d e p a r t m e n t s a n d o ffic e s .




and

th e

e s tim a te s

p e rc e n ta g e s

a p p r o p r ia tio n s m a d e b y

o r g a n iza tio n

C o n g r e s s d u r i n g t h e fis c a l
th o s e a p p r o p r ia tio n s m a d e

th e C h ie f E x e c u tiv e .

o f a p p r o p r ia tio n s

a p p lie d

u n its , in c lu d in g

to

c u rre n t

fo r th e

fis c a l y e a r

o p e ra tio n s

o f

th e

19 3 0

and

a p p r o p r ia tio n s

G o ve rn m e n t

b y

fo r

G o ve rn m e n t

DESCRIPTION OF BUDGET STATEMENTS
S ta te m e n t N o . 1 7
S ta te m e n t N o .

e x h ib its th e

1 8 g iv e s th e

a p p r o p r ia tio n s m a d e fo r th e y e a r s 19 2 9

and

19 28 .

a m o u n t o f a n n u a l, p e r m a n e n t , o r o t h e r a p p r o p r ia tio n s , in c lu d in g b a la n c e s o f a p p r o ­

p r i a t i o n s f o r p r i o r fis c a l y e a i s , a v a ila b le
19 2 8 .

A9

fo r e x p e n d itu r e

d u rin g

t h e fis c a l y e a r i n

p ro g re s s, 19 2 9 , as o f N o v e m b e r

T h i s s t a t e m e n t s h o w s t h e t o t a l a m o u n t a v a ila b le f o r e x p e n d it u r e d u r i n g t h e fis c a l y e a r 1 9 2 9 t o

1,

th a t d a te .

S t a t e m e n t N o . 1 9 is a c o n s o lid a te d c u r r e n t b a la n c e s h e e t ; t h a t is , i t c o n s o lid a te s t h e g e n e r a l f u n d , w h ic h in c lu d e s
a ll o t h e r e x p e n d a b le fu n d s , w it h
S ta te m e n t N o . 20

th e lo a n fu n d s .

is a s t a t e m e n t o f o p e r a t i o n s

o f th e

g e n e ra l fu n d

o f th e

p u b lic -d e b t

s h o w in g

how

th e

c o n d itio n

re p o rte d

in

th e

g e n e r a l-fu n d b a la n c e s h e e t w a s r e a c h e d .
S ta te m e n t N o .
3 0 , 19 28 .

21

is a s t a t e m e n t o f o p e r a t io n s

(lo a n )

fu n d s

f o r t h e fis c a l y e a r e n d in g

Ju n e

I t s h o w s th e re c e ip ts a n d e x p e n d itu r e s o f th e lo a n fu n d s fo r t h a t y e a r .

S ta te m e n t N o .

22

is a c o n s o lid a t e d

s ta te m e n t o f o p e ra tio n s

s h o w in g h o w

th e

c o n d itio n

re p o rte d

in

S ta te m e n t

N o . 19 w a s re a c h e d .
S t a t e m e n t N o . 2 3 is a s u m m a r y s t a t e m e n t o f o u t s t a n d i n g d e b t a t t h e c lo s e o f b u s in e s s J u n e
w ith Ju n e

30, 19 2 7, and Ju n e

o f th e U n it e d

S t a t e s .”

It

th e g ro ss d e b t a s o f J u n e
$ 1 7 ,6 0 4 ,2 9 0 ,5 6 2 .9 3 .

30, 19 16 , on

show s th a t

I t w ill b e n o te d

N o .

25

e x h ib its

th e

s e c u r itie s

ow ned

b y

2 8 r e p o r t in fo r m a tio n

S t a t e m e n t N o . 2 9 s u p p lie s i n fo r m a t io n
c h a s e s o f p u b l i c - d e b t is s u e s d u r i n g
b o r r o w in g s

in d e b te d n e s s w h ic h

th e

U n ite d

and

re d e m p tio n s

th e

as to

th e

fis c a l y e a r

w h ic h

re g a r d in g th e

19 2 9 a n d

on

Ju n e

and

th a t

30, 19 28 , w as

th e fis c a l y e a r 1 9 2 8 .

c lo s e o f b u s in e s s J u n e

3 0 , 19 2 8 , c o m p a re d

S ta te s

G o ve rn m e n t

on

Ju n e

30,

19 28 ,

w ith

a

w e re

p ro p o s e d b o r r o w in g s fr o m

19 3 0 , c o m p a re d

m ade

a re is s u e d a n d r e d e e m e d w i t h i n

a ve ra g e

n u m b e r o f e m p lo y e e s , th e

s i n k i n g - f u n d o p e r a t io n s f o r t h e fis c a l y e a r 1 9 2 8

1 9 3 0 , r e s p e c tiv e ly .

d u rin g

th e

w ith

th e

p u b lic fo r r e d e m p tio n s a n d p u r ­

th o s e e x p e c te d

fis c a l y e a r

to

be m ade

1 9 2 8 , e x c lu s iv e

of

in

th o s e

19 2 9

and

c e rtific a te s

th e
of

th e s a m e fis c a l y e a r .

S t a t e m e n t N o . 3 0 s u m m a r iz e s a n d c o m p a r e s b y c la s s ific a tio n
1 9 2 8 , th e

o u ts ta n d in g

as to c a p ita l s to c k o f v a r io u s c o rp o ra tio n s .

S ta te m e n ts N o s . 2 6 , 2 7 , a n d

and

3 0 , 1 9 1 6 , w a s $ 1 ,2 2 5 ,1 4 5 ,5 6 7 .5 3

th e g ro ss d e b t

d e b t a t th e

3 0 , 19 2 8 , c o m p a re d

“ S ta te m e n t o f th e p u b lic d e b t

I t s u p p o rts S ta te m e n t N o . 2 3 .

a n d t h e e s tim a t e d o p e r a t io n s f o r th e fis c a l y e a r s

a c tu a l

d e b t on Ju n e

th e

t h a t t h e g r o s s d e b t w a s r e d u c e d o v e r $ 9 0 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 i n
s ta te m e n t o f o u ts ta n d in g

w ith Ju n e 3 0 , 1 9 2 7 , a n d Ju n e 3 0 , 1 9 16 .
S ta te m e n t

g ro ss o u ts ta n d in g

fig u r e s r e p o r te d i n

3 0 , 1 9 2 7 , w a s $ 1 8 ,5 1 0 ,1 7 4 ,2 6 6 .1 0 , w h i l e

S t a t e m e n t N o . 2 4 is a d e t a i le d

m e m o ra n d u m

th e

th e b a s is o f r e v is e d

a ve ra g e

e x e c u tiv e d e p a r tm e n ts a n d in d e p e n d e n t e s ta b lis h m e n ts in

s e r v ic e s a n d g r a d e s f o r th e fis c a l y e a r s 1 9 3 0 , 1 9 2 9 ,

s a la r y r a te s , a n d

th e

t o t a l s a la r ie s o f t h e

p e rs o n n e l o f th e

t h e D i s t r i c t o f C o l u m b i a c la s s ifie d u n d e r t h e a c t o f M a r c h

4 , 19 2 3 , as a m e n d e d .
S t a t e m e n t N o . 3 1 s u m m a r iz e s a n d c o m p a r e s b y d e p a r t m e n ts a n d in d e p e n d e n t *e s t a b lis h m e n t s , f o r th e fis c a l y e a r s
19 3 0 , 19 2 9 , an d
in

th e

1 9 2 8 , th e a v e r a g e n u m b e r o f e m p lo y e e s , th e a v e r a g e s a la r y r a t e s , a n d t h e t o t a l s a la r ie s o f th e p e r s o n n e l

D i s t r i c t o f C o l u m b i a c la s s ifie d u n d e r th e a c t o f M a r c h 4 , 1 9 2 3 , a s a m e n d e d .










BUDGET STATEMENTS
A ll




B udget Statement N o. 1
B a la n c e d

sta tem en t

d itio n
at

th e

o f th e
en d

o f

(1 )

th e

T r e a su r y

o f th e

a t

c o n d itio n
th e

en d

e n su in g jis c a l

o f th e

o f

T r ea su r y

th e jis c a l

y e a r f 1 9 3 0

,

y e a r

a t th e
in

en d

o f th e f i s c a l

p r o g re ss

,

1 9 2 9 ;

i f th e fin a n c ia l p r o p o s a ls

R
eference to
statem
ent

E ated. 1 3
stim
90

yea r s

a n d

(3 )

c o n ta in e d

1 9 2 8
th e
in

a n d

1 9 2 7 ;

e stim a te d
th e

E ated, 1 2
stim
09

B u d g e t

(2 )

th e

c o n d itio n
a re

e stim a te d

o f th e

co n

-

T rea su r y

a d o p ted

Actual, 1 2 *
98

A
ctual, 1 2 i
97

No. P
age
a

16

a

16

a
a

E x p e n d itu r e s :
I . O r d i n a r y e x p e n d itu r e s —
(a ) G e n e r a l e x p e n d itu r e s —
L e g is la tiv e e s ta b lis h m e n t.
E x e c u t i v e O ffic e a n d in d e p e n d e n t e s ta b lis h ­
m e n ts —
E x e c u t i v e O f f i c e ____________________________
U n i t e d S t a t e s V e t e r a n s ' B u r e a u -------------------

17
17

a

17
17
17

a

17

a

a

17
17
17
17
17
17

a

18

a

18

a

O t h e r i n d e p e n d e n t o ffic e s a n d c o m m i s ­
s io n s —
A l a s k a r e l i e f f u n d s ------------------------------------------A l i e n P r o p e r t y C u s t o d i a n ______________
A m e r ic a n
B a ttle
M o n u m e n ts
Com ­
m is s i o n _________________________________
A r lin g to n M e m o r ia l B r id g e C o m m is ­
s io n _____________________________________
B o a r d o f M e d i a t i o n ---------------------------------------B o a r d o f T a x A p p e a l s ___________________
B u r e a u o f E f f i c i e n c y _____________________
C i v i l S e r v i c e C o m m i s s i o n _______________
C o m m i s s i o n o f F i n e A r t s ----------------------- -E m p lo y e e s ’
C o m p e n s a tio n C o m m is ­
s io n _____________________________________
F e d e r a l B o a r d f o r V o c a t io n a l E d u c a ­
t i o n _____________________________________
F e d e r a l P o w e r C o m m i s s i o n _____________
F e d e r a l R a d i o C o m m i s s i o n _____________
F e d e r a l R e s e r v e B o a r d ---------------------------------F e d e r a l T r a d e C o m m i s s i o n _____________
G e n e r a l A c c o u n t i n g O f f i c e ______________
G e o r g e R o g e r s C l a r k S e s q u ic e n te n n ia l
C o m m i s s i o n ____________________________
G e o rg e W a s h in g to n B ic e n te n n ia l C o m ­
m is s i o n --------------------------------------------------------------H o u s i n g C o r p o r a t i o n ____________________
I n t e r s t a t e C o m m e r c e C o m m i s s i o n _____
M e m o ria l to W o m e n o f th e W o r ld W a rN a tio n a l
A d v is o r y
C o m m itte e
fo r
A e r o n a u t i c s ____________- __________ ____
N a t i o n a l S e s q u ic e n te n n ia l E x p o s it io n .
P ro te c tin g
in te re s ts o f t h e
U n ite d
S t a t e s i n le a s e s o n o i l l a n d s -------------------P u b lic B u ild in g s a n d P u b lic P a r k s o f
t h e N a t i o n a l C a p i t a l __________________
P u b l i c B u i l d i n g s C o m m i s s i o n ___________
P u r c h a s e o f O l d r o y d c o lle c tio n o f L i n ­
c o l n r e l i c s ______________________________
S m it h s o n ia n I n s t i t u t i o n a n d N a t i o n a l
M u s e u m ________________________________
T a r i f f C o m m i s s i o n _______________________
U n i t e d S t a t e s G e o g r a p h i c B o a r d _______
M i s c e l l a n e o u s i t e m s -----------------------------------------A d j u s t m e n t b e tw e e n c a sh e x p e n d itu r e s
a n d c h e c k s i s s u e d ------------------------------------------

18
18
18

a
a

a
a
a
a

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a

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18

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18

a
a

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18

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18

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18

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19
19

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a

T o t a l o t h e r i n d e p e n d e n t o ffic e s
a n d c o m m i s s i o n s _________________

a19
a21
a22

T o t a l E x e c u t iv e O ffic e a n d in d e ­
p e n d e n t e s t a b l i s h m e n t s ------------------D e p a r t m e n t o f A g r i c u l t u r e ___________________
D e p a r t m e n t o f C o m m e r c e ____________________
I n t e r i o r D e p a r t m e n t __________________________




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485, 042. 01
6, 6 0 9 , 4 5 4 . 35

535, 548. 78

5 3 1, 14 2 . 58
1, 292, 9 79 . 2 1

46, 000. 00
2 , 860, 000. 00
25, 000. 00

620, 000. 00

7 6 , 930. 59

9, 0 19 . 39

2 , 9 5 7, 6 5 7. 00
25, 000. 00

2, 446, 064. 92
65, 420. 39

2, 4 14 , 5 75 . 9 1
99, 390. 29
50, 000. 00

1 , 10 5 , 000. 00*
800, 000. 00
9, 200. 00

1 , 10 6 , 2 4 1. 00
7 7 9 , 600. 00
4,
295. 00
18 4 , 3 74 . 00

9 3 7, 4 0 1. 23
646, 298. 78
4 , 052. 52
3 2 , 5 6 2 .1 7

86 0 , 73 0 . 19
70 2 , 9 8 1. 40
3,
2 4 8 . 83
^ 2, 889, 25 4. 58

2 0 5 ,2 3 8 . 8 2

4 0 ,8 0 4 , 3 0 1 . 0 0

4 6 3 , 9 0 1 ,1 9 1 .
16 5 , 23 0, 7 5 4
5 2 ,1 5 3 , 0 0 0 .
2 9 1, 25 3, 069.

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n
reasurystatem June 3 , 1 2 and 1 2 .
ents
0 97
98

00
00
00
00

4 2 , 662, 4 12 . 00

466,
16 1,
40,
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5 10 ,
905,
74 2,

3 75 .
724.
000.
215 .

00
00
00
00

3, 9 2 7, 205. 3 7

35, 6 8 1, 462. 45

35, 442, 7 7 1 . 15

43 7,
15 9 ,
34,
298,

5 9 5 ,7 9 a
9 14 , 696.
3 8 3 ,1 6 5 .
999, 534,

81
27
32
09

427,
15 6 ,
30,
302,

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educt—
excess of credits.
a13

525,
2 8 7,
939,
70 6 ,

382.
304.
749 .
74 5 ;

80
95
02
19

a 14

THE BUDGET, 1930

N o .

1

.—

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e stim a te d
th e

T r e a s u r y

a d o p ted

sta tem en t

c o n d itio n
at

o f

o f th e

th e

en d

(1

)

th e

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o f

th e

c o n d itio n
at

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o f

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o f th e fi s c a l

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i f

th e

en d

o f

th e fis c a l

,

in

p r o g ress

th e

fin a n c ia l

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a n d

p r o p o sa ls

(3 )

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th e

a n d

1 9 2 7 ;

e stim a te d

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in

{2 )

th e

c o n d itio n

th e

B u d g et

o f
a re

— C o n tin u e d

Reference to
statem ent
A ctu a l, 1927

Es tim a te d , 1930
No.

Estim a te d , 1929

$ 28, 1 7 1 , 000. 00
1 0 , 6 3 7 , 362* 0 0
3 6 1, 79 5 , 000. 00

$ 2 7 , 7 5 1 , 7 2 0 . 00
1 1 , 6 6 7, 000. 00
384, 6 19 , 10 0 . 00

$ 2 7, 600,
9, 8 2 1,
3 3 1, 335,
276 ,

1 4 , 46 6 , 8 3 1. 00
1 9 7 , 18 4 , 265. 00

1 2 , 9 5 1, 3 9 1. 00
20 4, 2 6 1, 4 42. 00

1 1 , 6 0 7, 0 7 1 . 23
19 5 , 6 48 , 9 4 1. 2 7

16 , 4 9 7, 668. 60
15 1, 560, 333. 78

4 4 3 , 4 9 7 , 3 8 1. 00

4 1 7 , 2 2 5 , 6 2 7. 00

390, 5 40 , 803. 49

360, 808, 776 . 7 1

39, 3 7 7 , 1 0 7 . 00

39, 46 3 , 423 . 00

39, 399, 622. 44

3 7 , 566, 520. 5 7

1 ,9 5 3 ,5 2 5 , 5 9 5 . 7 7
19 8 , 554. 39

1, 8 5 7, 409, 642. 76
448 , 920. 63

1 ,9 5 3 ,3 2 7 , 0 4 1 . 3 8

1 , 8 5 7, 858, 563. 39

A c tu a l, 1928

Page

24
25
a 26
a 28

a

a

a

29
30

a

33

a

37

a

E x p e n d itu r e s — C o n tin u e d .
I . O r d in a r y e x p e n d itu re s — C o n tin u e d .
(a ) G e n e r a l e x p e n d itu r e s — C o n t in u e d .
D e p a r t m e n t o f J u s t i c e ___ _______ ____________
D e p a r t m e n t o f L a b o r ________________________
N a v y D e p a r t m e n t ____________________________
P o s t O f f i c e D e p a r t m e n t ______________________
( F o r d e f i c i e n c y i n p o s t a l r e v e n u e s , see
b e l o w .)
S t a t e D e p a r t m e n t ____________________________
T r e a s u r y D e p a r t m e n t ________________________
( F o r r e f u n d o f r e c e i p t s , see b e l o w .)
W a r D e p a r t m e n t -------------------------------------------------------( F o r P a n a m a C a n a l , se e b e l o w .)
D i s t r i c t o f C o l u m b i a __________________________

A d j u s t m e n t o f u n c la s s ifie d i t e m s .
T o t a l g e n e r a l e x p e n d i t u r e s --------a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a

( b ) I n t e r e s t o n p u b l i c d e b t ----------------------------------------( c ) C u s t o m s r e f u n d s _____________________________
( d ) I n t e r n a l r e v e n u e r e f u n d s ____________________
( e ) P o s t a l d e f i c i e n c y ------------------------------------------------------(/ ) P a n a m a C a n a l ----------------------------------------------------------(?) R a i l r o a d s _____________________________________
( h ) W a r F i n a n c e C o r p o r a t i o n ----------------------------------F le e t C o rp o ra tio n a n d S h ip ­
(t) M e r c h a n t
p i n g B o a r d ------------------------------------------------------------A l i e n p r o p e r t y f u n d s ----------- --------------------------------( * ) A d j u s t e d s e r v i c e c e r t i f i c a t e f u n d ___________
C i v i l s e r v i c e r e t i r e m e n t f u n d ---------------------------( * 0 G o v e r n m e n t l i f e i n s u r a n c e _________________
t o D is tr ic t o f C o lu m b ia te a c h e rs ' r e t ir e m e n t.
( o ) F o r e i g n S e r v i c e r e t i r e m e n t _________________
G e n e r a l r a i l r o a d c o n t i n g e n t -------------------------------

31
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P u b lic - d e b t re tir e m e n ts re q u ire d to be p a id
f r o m o r d i n a r y re c e ip ts —
( a ) S i n k i n g f u n d __________________________ , , _ _ .
(ib ) P u r c h a s e s a n d r e t i r e m e n t s f r o m f o r e i g n
r e p a y m e n t s _______________________________
(c) R e c e i v e d f r o m f o r e i g n g o v e r n m e n t s u n d e r
d e b t s e t t l e m e n t s __________________________
( d ) R e c e i v e d f o r e s t a t e t a x e s ___________________
(e) P u r c h a s e s a n d r e t ir e m e n ts f r o m fr a n c h is e
t a x re c e ip ts ( F e d e r a l re s e rv e a n d F e d ­
e r a l i n t e r m e d i a t e c r e d i t b a n k s ) _________
F o r f e i t u r e s , g i f t s , e t c ________________________

2 ,0 8 2 ,1 1 8 , 3 0 4 . 0 0

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9, 9 21,
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76 4,
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286,
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448,
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9 0 1.
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202.
879 .
72 1.
040.

30
13
13
46
83
67
77

78 7,
20,
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2 496,
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254.
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320,
412,
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3 70 , 18 2 , 050. 00

354, 7 4 1 , 300. 00

3 3 3 , 5 2 8 , 400t 0 0

a

32

19 , 068, 000. 00

19 , 25 4, 500. 00

16 2 , 73 6 , 050. 00
1 , 500. 00

15 9 , 9 6 1, 800. 00

2 , 3 75 , 000. 00
20 0 , 000. 00

8 75 , 000. 00
200, 000. 00

6 18 , 3 6 7. 05
3, 089, 803. 25

1 , 2 3 1, 834. 78
5 , 5 7 8 ,3 1 0 . 0 0

553, 0 6 7, 600. 00

542, 4 7 1 , 350. 00

540, 255, 020. 30

3 ,7 9 4 ,7 4 5 ,4 6 9 . 0 0

3 ,6 4 3 ,5 1 9 ,8 7 5 . 1 3

3, 493, 584, 5 19 . 40

5 8 2 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . f»0

5 6 8 , 9 8 6 ,1 8 8 . 5 0

6 0 5 ,4 9 9 , 9 8 3 . 4 4

In te rn a l re v e n u e —
(6 ) I n c o m e t a x _______________________
(c ) M i s c e l l a n e o u s i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e .

2 ,1 7 5 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 . 0 0 1 2 ,1 6 5 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 . 0 0
559, 000, 000. 00 I 5 7 7 , 50 0, 000. 00

2 , 1 7 a , 9 5 2 ,5 5 6 . 7 3
6 2 1, 0 18 , 665. 64

2 , 2 2 4 , 9 9 2 , 8 (X X 2 5
6 4 4 , 4 2 1 ,5 4 1 . 5 6

T o t a l i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e _______

32
32

10 , 2 19 , 300. 00
16 0 , 995, 000, 00

T O T A L E X P E N D I T U R E S pay­
a b l e f r o m o r d i n a r y r e c e i p t s ___________ 3 ,7 8 0 ,7 1 9 ,6 4 7 . 0 0

a

a

10 , 78 3 , 500. 00
16 0 , 18 5 , 000. 00

2 ,7 3 4 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 . 0 0 | 2 ,7 4 2 ,5 0 0 ,0 0 0 . 0 0

2 ,7 9 4 ,9 7 1 ,2 2 2 . 3 7

2 , 8 6 9 ,4 1 4 ,3 4 1 . 8 1

T o t a l p u b lic d e b t re tire m e n ts r e q u ire d
t o b e p a i d f r o m o r d i n a r y r e c e i p t s ____

a

a
a

48

48
48

I I I . R e c e ip ts :
O r d i n a r y r e c e ip t s —
( a ) C u s t o m s ______

*Deduct—
excess of credits.




582, 0 0 0, 000. 00

5 19 , 554, 844. 78

a15

BU D G E T STATEM ENTS

No. 1.—Balanced statement of (1) the condition of the Treasury at the end of the fiscal years 1928 and 1927; (2) the
estimated condition o f the Treasury at the end of thejiscai year in progress, 1929; and (8) the estimated condition of
the Treasury at the end oj the ensuing jiscal year, 1930, ij the financial proposals contained in the Budget are
adopted—^Continued
R
eferen U
ce
statem t
en
Estimated, 1930

Estimated, 1929

Actual, 1928

Actual, 1927

Pg
ae

No.

3 *48
a48
a48

III. Receipts— Continued.
Ordinary receipts— Continued.
Miscellaneous receipts—
Proceeds of Government-owned securities—
$39, 350, 607. 00
(d) Principal, foreign obligations_______
(e) Interest, foreign obligations__________ 151, 819, 502. 00
31, 276, 726. 00
(f) Railroad securities
.. .............
(g) All other_________________ _________
5, 207, 000. 00

4 a53

(h)

a53
a53

(i)
(j)

a 54

(fc)

a54

(0

Total proceeds of Governmentowned securities___________- _ 227, 653, 835. 00
Trust fund receipts (appropriated for
investment)______________________ 65, 143, 110. 00
Proceeds of sales of surplus property __
6, 712, 765. 00
Panama Canal tolls, etc____________
28, 056, 000. 00
Receipts from miscellaneous sources
7, 855, 523. 00
credited direct to appropriations__
Other miscellaneous________________ 189, 874, 596. 00
Total miscellaneous receipts______

525, 295, 829. 00

$38, 747, 660.
160, 340, 908.
6, 791, 155.
4, 449, 902.

00
00
00
00

$47, 841, 166.
161, 084, 775.
164, 407, 076.
9,153, 397.

70
99
01
94

$45, 699, 572.
160, 389, 599.
89, 737, 958.
63, 474, 987.

81
90
98
27

210, 329, 625. 00

382, 486, 416. 64

359, 302,118. -96

64, 204,117. 00
9, 078, 665. 00
28, 056, 000. 00

63, 395, 443. 58
8, 770, 250. 64
28, 141, 474. 61

48, 476, 630. 97
18, 068, 529. 98
25, 768, 389. 71

8, 653, 021. 00
186, 914, 233. 00

8, 519,116. 49
187, 078, 043. 36

14, 361, 493. 71
188, 502, 952. 52

507, 235, 661. 00

678, 390, 745. 32

654, 480,115. 85

_
TOTA L. O R D IN A R Y R E C E IP T S _ 3,841,295,829. 00 3,831,735,661. 00 4,042,348,156. 19 4, 129, 394, 441. 10
Excess of ordinary receipts over expenditures
payable therefrom__________ ____________
60, 576, 182. 00
Balance in general fund at beginning of fiscal
year_____________________________________ 234, 057, 409. 85

29

a

IOO

Balance and excess of ordinary receipts
over expenditures payable therefrom__
Deduct amount of general fund applied or
estimated to be applied to redemption of
public debt, in addition to sinking fund and
redemptions from restricted receipts, ______
Balance in general fund at end of fiscal
year for working capitals_ __________
_

36, 990, 192. 00 1 398, 828, 281. 06

635, 809, 921. 70

265, 526, 980. 79 I 234,057,409.85

210, 002, 026. 71

294, 633, 591. 85

302, 517,172. 79

632, 885, 69a 91

845, 811, 948. 41

60, 576, 182. 00

68, 459, 762. 94

367, 358, 710. 12

611, 754, 538. 56

234, 057, 409. 85

234, 057,409. 85

265, 526, 980. 79

234, 057, 409. 85

N ote .—Estimated figures for 1930 in Budget Statement No. 1 above are based on existing revenue laws.




a16

THE B U D G E T,

1 930

B udget S tatem ent No. 2

Estimated expenditures, fiscal year 1930, compared with prior years
D e ta il

by

C h a ra c te r

of

E x p e n d itu r e s

U nder

O r g a n iz a tio n

U n its

[Supports summary Budget Statement No. 1]
Classification

Estimated, 1929

$1, Oil, 000. 00
1, 445, 000. 00
443, 000. 00
40, 000. 00

$1, 011, 000. 00
1, 450, 000. 00
443, 000. 00
40, 000. 00

$991, 010. 62
1, 343,303.74
531, 250. 67
64, 074.19

2, 939, 000. 00

2, 944, 000. 00

2, 929, 639. 22

2. House of Representatives—
1. Salaries and mileage of Members and Delegates___________
2. Salaries of officers and employees-------------------------------------3. Contingent expenses--------------------------- ----------------------4. Gratuities and miscellaneous —
------------------------

4, 582, 500. 00
2, 645, 601. 00
348. 150. 00
5, 000. 00

4, 562, 500.
2, 612, 450.
375, 000.
39, 000.

00
00
00
00

4, 525, 095. 91
2, 605, 907. 65
382, 531. 77
109, 942. 14

Total, House of Representatives_ _________________

7, 581, 251. 00

7, 588, 950. 00

7, 623, 477. 47

77, 770. 00
10, 190. 00
75, 000. 00
4, 000. 00

77, 707. 06
10, 190. 00
53, 402. 3$

I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES:
1. L E G IS L A T IV E E S T A B L IS H M E N T —
(a) General expenditures—
1. Senate—
1. Salaries and mileage of Senators--------------- -----------------------2. Salaries, officers and employees---------------------------- --------3. Contingent expenses------------------------------------ ------------------4. Gratuities and miscellaneous____________ ______ __________
Total, Senate____________

* --------------------------

3. Legislative miscellaneous—
1. Capitol police, salaries and contingent----------------- __------- 77, 770. 00
10,190. 00
2. Joint Committee on Printing-----------------------------------75, 000. 00
3. Office of Legislative Counsel----------------------------------- --------4 Statement of appropriations_____ - ___________ __________
4, 000. 00
__________ _____ __
_________
5 Memorials
__
___ ._________ _ ___________
6 Miscellaneous
_
Total, legislative miscellaneous—

________ - . ________

4. Architect of the Capitol—
1 Salaries
- _ - - __
__ - ____
- - ___________
2. Capitol Building and Grounds
------. ----------- - _
3. Senate Office Building— . ._ — —
4. House Office Building-----------------------------------------------------5. Capitol power plant--------------------------------------------------------6. library Building and grounds------------------------------------------7. Bookstacks, Library Building------------------------------------------8. Additional land, Library Building_________________________
9 Enlarging and improving the Capitol Grounds_____________
10. Botanic Garden (site and buildings)------------------------------- 11 Reconstruction, Senate wing ___________________________
12. Senate and House ventilation-------------------------------------------Total, Architect of the Capitol____________ _____ ______

Actual, 1928

*

Estimated, 1930

78, 302. 16
2, 975. 05

166, 960. 00

166, 960. 00

222, 576. 65

112, 080. 00
295, 233. 00
93, 628. 00
120, 139. 00
947, 366. 00
93, 080. 00
187, 000. 00
600, 000. 00

105, 513. 00
164, 035. 00
89, 854. 00
101, 078. 00
373, 880. 00
103, 360. 00
250, 000. 00

101, 878.
91, 410.
87, 291.
112, 766.
500, 095.
93, 064.
16, 615.

300, 000. 00
300, 000. 00
137, 250. 00

600, 000. 00
200, 000. 00
185, 250. 00

3,185, 776. 00

2,172, 970. 00

14
31
14
38
99
98
98

158, 597. 86
173. 71
1,161,904. 49

5* Botanic Garden—
94, 820. 00
79, 329. 39
101, 260. 00
1. Salaries________________ ________________________________ _
2. Improvements. _______________________________________ 882. 04
49,
71, 800. 00
57, 800. 00
Total, Botanic Garden---------------------------- -------------------

173,060. 00

152, 620. 00

129,211. 43

6. Library of Congress—
1. Salaries__________________________________________________
2. Increase of Library---------------------------------------------------------3. Printing and binding--------------------------------- -------------------4. Contingent and miscellaneous expenses-----------------------------5. Care and maintenance__________________ _______________
6. Contributed funds_______________________________________
7. Trust fund, bequest of Gertrude M. Hubbard, interest-------

1, 214, 005. 00
110, 500. 00
356,000. 00
20, 500. 00
153,447. 00
200, 000. 00
800.00

1, 087,405. 00
110, 500. 00
336,000. 00
19, 900. 00
129,182. 00
190, 000. 00
800.00

94$ 022. 61
781. 66
335,62a 09
14,09& 63
129, 884. 95
207,045. 46

2, 055, 252. 00

1, 873, 787. 00

1, 718, 458. 39

2, 700, 000. 00
719,000. 00

2, 450,000. 00
650,000. 00

lift 89
2,063,110. 31
568, 210. 41

3, 419, 000. 00

3,100,000. 00

2,637,440, 61

Total, Library of Congress_______________ ____________
7. Government Printing Office—
_________________________
1. Salaries____________________
2 Public printing and binding-------------------------------------------3. Salaries and expenses, office of Superintendent of Documents.
Total, Government Printing Office. _ ______________

16, m , 698. 26
20, 649. 98

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued.______
Total, Legislative Establishment, general expenditures (a)..

19, 520,299. 00

17,999, 287. 00

* Actual expenditures by checks issued for fiscal year 1928 brought to cash expenditures, as per Treasury statement, by adjustment.




16, m , 04a 28

a17

BU D G E T STATEM ENTS
N o . 2 .—

Estimated expenditures, fisca l year 19S0, compared with prior years—

C o n t in u e d

D e ta il by C haracter o f Expenditures Under Organization Units— Continued
Classification

Estimated, 1929

Estimated, 1930

I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
2. E X E C U T IV E O F F IC E AN D IN D E P E N D E N T E S T A B ­
L IS H M E N T S —
1. Executive Office—
(a) General expenditures—
1. Salary of the President__________________________ ________
2. Salary of the Vice President______________ _____ __________
3. Salaries and expenses, Executive Office____
_ _
__
4. Printing and binding________- _
* ____________________
5. Traveling expenses of the President, ___________________
6. Maintenance, Executive Mansion and grounds___________
7. White House police. _ ___________________ __________ ____
8. Extraordinary repairs, reconstructing roof, etc., Executive
Mansion________________ _ _ _____________________

$75, 000.
15, 000.
130, 400.
2, 700.
25, 000.
116, 000.
85, 900.

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$75, 000. 00
15, 000. 00
135, 800. 00
2, 700. 00
23, 000. 00
109, 530. 00
85, 900. 00
21, 150. 00

2. United States Veterans' Bureau—
(a) General expenditures—
1. Salaries and expenses___ _____ _ _ _ __________________ !
2. Printing and binding____
________________ ___________ 1
3. Nonadministrative expenses—
1. Military and naval compensation _ _
1
2. Medical and hospital services _
_ ______________
3. Military and naval insurance______ _______________
4. Hospital facilities and services___________*
____ 1
5. Vocational rehabilitation
__
__ __ _ _ __
6. Losses on converted insurance— Government life insur­
ance fund __
__________________ _ _ ____
7. Adjusted service and dependent pav _
8. Loans to policvholders _ _
___ ______________
9. Miscellaneous items
________________ _
_ _ _
Total, nonadministrative expenses

00
00
80
66
01
31
25

155, 166. 39

450, 000. 00

468, 080. 00

589, 497. 19

43, 500, 000. 00
130, 000. 00

41, 500, 000. 00
135, 000. 00

37, 822, 222. 55
134, 112. 97

191, 450, 000.
31, 475, 000.
115, 250, 000.
6, 000, 000.

00
00
00
00

186, 200, 000. 00
31, 500, 000. 00
118, 800, 000. 00
5, 825, 000. 00
55, 000. 00

23, 341, 890. 00
2, 000, 000. 00
9, 500, 000. 00

23, 040, 883. 00
7, 500, 000. 00
8, 335, 000. 00

181, 738, 023.
28, 553, 456.
117, 449, 342.
5, 221, 569.
253, 895.

85
80
97
72
21

20, 029, 991. 73
10, 150, 260. 65
3, 048, 010. 71

379, 016, 890. 00

381, 255, 883. 00

366, 444, 551. 64
404, 400, 887. 16
3, 076, 053. 99

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued__
Total, United States Veterans' Bureau, (a) general
expenditures _
____________ , ______________

$75, 000.
15, 000.
127, 249.
3, 132.
21, 513.
101, 389.
86, 559.

585, 010. 42
4, 486. 77

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued_____
Total, Executive Office, general expenditures (a ) _
_

Actual, 1928

422, 646, 890. 00

422, 890, 883. 00

401, 324, 833. 17

(ifc Adjusted service certificate fund__________
)
__ __________
(t ) Investment of Government life insurance fund______________
o

112, 000, 000. 00
64, 558, 110. 00

111, 220, 000. 00
62, 724, 117. 00

111,817, 839. 69
61, 701, 568. 44

Total, United States Veterans' Bureau____________

599, 205, 000. 00

596, 835, 000. 00

574, 844, 241. 30

15, 000. 00

15, 000. 00

‘ 18, 625. 22

1500, 000. 00

1500, 000. 00

34, 508. 12
1351,151. 52

____

1500, 000. 00

1500, 000. 00

i 316, 643. 40

5. American Battle Monuments Commission, (a) general expendi­
tures _____________________________________________________
6. Arlington Memorial Bridge Commission, (a) general expenditures.
7. Board of Mediation, (a) general expenditures, _
-----------------8. Board of Tax Appeals, (a) general expenditures__________ ___
9. Bureau of Efficiency, (a) general expenditures___ __ _ ________
10. Civil Service Commission, (a) general expenditures__________ __
11. Commission of Fine Arts, (a) general expenditures- _ - _____

600, 000. 00
2, 705, 000. 00
322, 000. 00
710, 000. 00
225, 000. 00
1, 243, 500. 00
9,000.00

2, 100, 000. 00
2, 995, 000. 00
322, 000. 00
700, 220. 00
223, 010. 00
1, 191, 152. 00
7, 555. 00

117, 218. 83
2, 266, 406. 82
275, 828. 07
663, 585. 42
216, 311. 31
1, 150, 852. 65
7,195. 04

12. Employees* Compensation Commission, (a) general expendi­
tures—
1. Salaries and expenses_____ —
--------------------------2. Nonadministrative expenses, United States employees' com­
----------------pensation payments. _ ----------------------- -

477, 000. 00

567, 150. 00

375, 085. 35

3, 600, 000. 00

3, 550, 000. 00

3, 267, 492. 62

Total, Employees’ Compensation Commission__________

4, 077, 000. 00

4,117, 150. 00

3, 642, 577. 97

3. Alaska relief funds, (a) general expenditures____
4. Alien Property Custodian—
(a) General expenditures__________________________ - _ _ __
(j) Alien property funds_ ________ ________ _______________
_
Total, Alien Property Custodian________ _

1Deduct—excess of credits.




a

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TH E B U D G E T , 1 930

N o.

2.—Estimated expenditures, Jiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— C ontinued
D e ta il by C haracter o f Expenditures Under Organization Units — Continued
Classification

Estimated, 1930

Estimated, 1929

Actual, 1928

I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
2. E X E C U T IV E O F F IC E A N D IN D E P E N D E N T E S T A B ­
L IS H M E N T S — Continued.
13. Federal Board for Vocational Education, (a) general expendi­
tures—
1. Salaries and expenses—
1. Board proper_________ _________________ — --------2. Rehabilitation of persons disabled in industry_________

$200, 000. 00
79, 120. 00

$200, 000. 00
77, 120. 00

$200, 075. 39
66, 953. 46

Total, salaries and expenses________ -

279, 120. 00

277, 120. 00

267, 02a 85

2, 960, 000. 00

2, 845, 000. 00

2, 795, 018. 88

1, 072, 000. 00

1, 035, 000. 00

1, 015, 53a 91

3, 000, 000. 00

2, 965, 000. 00

2, 920, 526. 92

700, 000. 00

652, 000. 00

612, 817. 01

Total, nonadministrative expenses-* __ ___________

7, 732, 000. 00

7, 497, 000. 00

7, 343, 901. 72

Total, Federal Board for Vocational Education.___

8, 011, 120. 00

7, 774, 120. 00

7, 610, 930. 57

174, 300. 00
164, 440. 00
2, 605, 741. 00
1, 193, 000. 00
4, 105, 000. 00

48, 470.
54, 036.
2, 050, 974.
984, 490.
3, 952, 989.

350, 000. 00

130, 003. 00
331, 000. 00
3, 104, 241. 00
1,132, 000. 00
4, 081, 000. 00
200, 000. 00
16, 895. 00
387, 500. 00

8, 195, 000. 00

8, 001, 399. 00

7, 147, 548. 71

750, 000. 00
250, 000. 00
900, 000. 00

618, 693. 72
* 1, 617, 932. 12
1,179, 957. 39

9, 901, 399. 00

7, 328,267. 70

____________

2. Nonadministrative expenses—
1. Cooperative education in agriculture, including Hawaii,
2. Cooperative education, teacher training, including
Hawaii______________________________________ __ _
3. Cooperative education in trade and industry, including
Hawaii_____________ ____ ________________
____
4. Rehabilitation of persons disabled in industry, including
Hawaii
_ ________________
________

14. Federal Power Commission, ( a ) general expenditures____ ____
15. Federal Radio Commission___
_______________ * _
____
16. Federal Reserve Board, ( a ) general expenditures.* ____________
17. Federal Trade Commission, (a ) general expenditures________ *
18. General Accounting OflSce, (a ) general expenditures__________ _
_____
19. George Rogers Clark Sesquicentennial Commission___ 20. George Washington Bicentennial Commission......... .......................
21. Housing Corporation, (a ) general expenditures._
_ __________
22. Interstate Commerce Commission—
(a) General expenditures — ------- --- - -------------------- ---------( g) Railroads—
1. Reimbursement to carriers, sec. 204, transportation act__
2. Guaranty to carriers, sec. 209, transportation act. _ - ___
(p ) Investment of general railroad contingent fund_________
Total, Interstate Commerce Commission_______ _______
23. Memorial to Women of the World World, (a ) general expendi­
tures ___ _________ - ______________________________________
24. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, (a) general
expenditures______ ________ ________________________________
25. Protecting interests of United States in oil leases and oil lands,
(a) general expenditures___ _____________________ ________

8, 195, 000. 00

95
88
27
54
54

12, 044. 69
477, 348. 65

110, 000. 00
1, 300, 000. 00

620, 000. 00

535,548. 78

46, 000. 00

76,030. 59

26. Public Buildings and Public Parks of the National Capital—
(a) General expenditures—
I. Salaries_________________________________________________
2. Fuel, lights, repairs, etc-------------------------------- -------------------

2, 015, 550. 00
844, 450. 00

2, 025, 511. 00
932, 146. 00

1, 706, 484 45
739, 580. 47

Total, Public Buildings and Public Parks of the National
Capital____________________________________________

2, 860, 000. 00

2,957,657. 00

2,446,064 92

27. Public Buildings Commission, (a) general expenditures_____ ____

25, 000. 00

25, 000. 00

65,420.39

28. Railroad Administration—
(g > Railroads—
i
1. Judgments, decrees, and awards_____ ___________________
2. Net operating expenses___________________________________

2, 000,000. 00
54,000.00

390, 000. 00
60,000.00 }

379,516. 73

Total, Railroad Administration---------------- -------------------

2,054,000. 00

450,000.00

879,516. 73

29. Shipping Board and Merchant Fleet Corporation—
(i) Judgment of court______________ __________________________
(i) Shipping Board and Merchant Fleet Corporation____________

51, 600, 000. 00

32,000,000. 00

7, £80,453.05
27,601,26a 11

Total, Shipping Board and Merchant Fleet Corporation
(see Statement No. 9 for operations on accrual basis).

51, 600,000. 00

32, ooo, ooa 00

U , 881,713.16
i 1'i i'1 s = a a c =
n=

1Deduct—excess of credits*




*

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BUD GET STATEM ENTS

N o . 2 .—Estimated

expenditures, fiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— C ontin ued

D etail by C haracter of E xpenditures U nder Organization Units— Continued

I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
2* E X E C U T IV E O F F IC E A N D IN D E P E N D E N T E S T A B U S H M E N T S — Continued.
30. Smithsonian Institution—
(o) General expenditures—
1. Interest from trust fund_________ ________________________
2. Government activities in charge of Smithsonian Institution.
Total, Smithsonian Institution_____________ __________
31. Tariff Commission, (a) general expenditures___________________
32% United States Geographic Board, (a) general expenditures_
_
33. (h) War Finance Corporation______ _________ __________
34. Other independent bureaus and commissions, (a) general ex­
penditures_______________________________________________ _

A al, 1 2
ctu 9 8

E ated, 1 2
stim
99

E ated 1 3
stim , 0 0

C
lassification

$60, 000. 00
1, 045, 000. 00

$60, 000. 00
1, 046, 241. 00

$63, 521. 12
873, 880. 11

1, 105, 000* 00

1, 106, 241. 00

937, 401. 23

800, 000. 00
9, 200. 00

779, 600. 00
4, 295. 00
1 500, 000. 00

646, 298. 78
4, 052. 52
13, 813, 040. 77

184, 374. 00

32, 562. 17
642, 187, 718. 71
205, 238. 82

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued_____
Total, Executive Office and independent establishments____

693, 613, 301. 00

673, 315, 492. 00

642, 392, 957. 53

Total, all other, general expenditures, independent offices
included above_________ _______________ ________ ______

40, 804, 301. 00

42, 662, 412. 00

35, 681, 462. 45

3. D E P A B T M E N T O F A G R IC U L T U R E —
(a) General expenditures—
1. Office of the Secretary—
1. Salaries, office of the Secretary______________________ _____
2. Mechanical shops and power plant____________ _________ _
_
3. Miscellaneous expenses._ ________ _____________________
4. Rent of buildings. ______ _________________________________

00
00
00
00

723, 899. 00
113, 980. 00
139, 300. 00
197, 440. 00

1, i72, 890. 00

1, 174, 619. 00

1, 249, 954 72

395, 000. 00
792, 000. 00

395, 000. 00
742, 000. 00

394, 324 55
800, 040. 66

Total, office of information___________________________

1, 187, 000. 00

1, 137, 000. 00

1, 194, 365. 21

3. Library, Department of Agriculture, salaries and expenses______

102, 000. 00

95, 880. 00

90, 086. 35

4. Office of Experiment Stations—
1. Salaries and expenses__________________ ____________ __
2. State agricultural experiment stations______ __ ___________

399, 000. 00
4, 335, 000. 00

381, 464. 00
3, 840, 000. 00

371, 547. 30
3, 357, 056. 00

4, 734, 000. 00

4, 221, 464. 00

3, 728, 603. 30

1, 680, 400. 00
7, 381, 435. 00

1, 599,
7, 161,
55,
311,

1, 616, 303. 68
5, 878, 436. 62
53, 990. 08

Total, office of the Secretary______________

________

2. Office of information—
1. Salaries and expenses.______ ___ _______ ____________ _
2. Printing and binding_____________ ____________ _________

Total, Office of Experiment Stations__________________
5. Extension service—
1. Salaries and expenses__________________ _____________ ____
2. Cooperative agricultural extension work___________________
3. Cooperative farm forestry____________________ _______
4. Flood relief___________ _____________ ______
_____
5. Miscellaneous___________________________ _____
Total, Extension Service_____________________________

727,
101,
141,
203,

450.
000.
000.
440.

30, 000. 00

997.
435.
466.
000.

00
00
00
00

700, 527.
116, 222.
127, 728.
305, 476.

73
56
14
29

3,177. 09
9, 091, 835. 00

9, 127, 898. 00

7, 551, 907. 47

Grand total, office of the Secretary_______________ ____

16, 287, 725. 00

15, 756, 861. 00

13, 814, 917. 05

6. Weather Bureau, salaries and expenses__________ ________ _____

3,131, 000. 00

2, 906, 000. 00

2, 791,105. 11

7. Bureau of Animal Industry—
1. Salaries and expenses____________________________________
2. Indemnities for animals slaughtered__ __________ _________
3. Meat inspection_________________________________________
4. Eradication of foot-and-mouth and other diseases__________

4, 568, 335.
4, 621, 000.
5, 595, 000.
75,000

4, 566, 650. 00
4, 541, 385. 00 }
5, 496, 830. 00
75, 000. 00

8, 027, 836. 68
5, 426, 575. 18
42, 295. 70

00
00
00
00

Total, Bureau of Animal Industry____ _______ ________

14, 859, 335. 00

14, 679, 865. 00

13, 496, 707. 56

8. Bureau of Dairy Industry, salaries and expenses_______________
9. Bureau of Plant Industry, salaries and expenses________________
10. Forest Service—
1. Salaries and expenses________________ __________ _________
2. Forest-fire cooperation___________________________________
3. Acquisition of lands for protection of watersheds___________
4. Federal forest-road construction__________________________
5. Cooperative distribution, forest planting stock_____________
6* National Forest Reservation Commission_________ ________

574, 000. 00
4, 807, 240. 00

532, 48a 00
4, 466, 87& 00

513, 65a 89
4, 080, 180 34

9, 450, ooa 00
i, 270, ooa 00
i, 744, ooa 00

9, 188, 787. 00
1,180, 000. 00
1, 200, ooa 00

so, ooa oo
soaoo

7<V4oaoo
4oaoo

9, 558,21L 26
855, 600. 08
1, 932, 684. 50
4,030. 97
81, 080 39
126. 52

>Dedoefc-«mM of credits.




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TH E BtJDGET, 193 0

,

No. 2.— Estimated expenditures, Jiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— Continued
D e ta il

by

C h a ra c te r

op

E x p e n d itu r e s

U nder

C ssifica n
la
tio

O r g a n iz a tio n

U n its —

E ated, 1 3
stim
90

I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
3. D E P A R T M E N T O F A G R IC U L T U R E — Continued.
(a) General expenditures— Continued.
10. Forest service— Continued.
7. Special funds—
1. Refunds to depositors, excess of deposits, —
- ,_ _
2. Payment to States and Territories, national-forest
__ , ___
funds___________ _________ ________
3. Cooperative work, Forest Service___________________
4. Payment to school funds, Arizona and New Mexico
national-forest funds_____ _________________________
5. Roads and trails for States, national-forest funds-----

Continued

E ated 1 2
stim , 9 9

A al, 1 2
ctu 9 8

$75, 000. 00

$75, 000. 00

$105, 666. 11

1, 400, 000. 00
1, 400, 000. 00

1, 351, 280. 00
1, 400, 000. 00

1, 285, 216. 95
1, 508, 154. 93

40, 000. 00
530, 000. 00

35, 855. 00
530, 000. 00

26, 198. 94
660, 192. 55

3, 445, 000. 00

3, 392, 135. 00

3, 585, 429. 48

______

15, 989, 500. 00

15, 031, 722. 00

16, 017, 163. 20

11. Bureau of Chemistry and Soils, salaries and expenses____ ______

1, 424, 150. 00

1, 344, 156. 00

1,279,106.68

2,110, 000. 00

2, 005, 336. 00

248, 000. 00

271, 675. 00

1, 303, 657. 83
660, 621. 35
6, 594, 298. 53
33, 433.11
445, 203. 86
50, 130. 08

Total, Bureau of Entomology___________ _________ ____

2, 358, 000. 00

2, 277, 011. 00

9, 087, 344. 76

13. Bureau of Biological Survey—
1. Salaries and expenses.
______________
__ __________
2. Upper Mississippi River Game Refuge
_______________
3. Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge
_______________ ____
4. Miscellaneous_____________
_______________________ ____

1, 125, 000. 00
180, 000. 00
150, 000. 00

1, 140, 000. 00
198, 750. 00
125, 725. 00

1, 032, 937. 38
195, 431. 37

Total, special funds_____

________

____________

Total, Forest Service_____ _________________ _

12. Bureau of Entomology—
1. Salaries and expenses_______________ - _________________
2. Preventing spread of moths_ ___________________________
_
3. Preventing spread of European corn borer______________ 4. Preventing spread of Mexican bean beetle_________________
5. Preventing spread of Japanese and Asiatic beetles
___
6. Control of Mexican fruit worm- _________________________

2,”145." 08

Total, Bureau of Biological Survey_______ ____________

1, 455, 000. 00

1, 464, 475. 00

1, 230, 513. 83

14. Bureau of Public Roads, salaries and expenses_________________

481, 000. 00

457, 428. 00

483, 296. 14
3, 852, 631. 11
284, 315. 72
751, 753. 90
232, 994. 23
4, 748. 11
4, 032. 01
157, 080. 44

95, 000. 00

4, 370, 735. 00
212, 800. 00
792, 365. 00
240, 950. 00
32, 480. 00
7, 260. 00
93, 250. 00
95, 000. 00

45, 000. 00

25, 000. 00

78, 206. 30
31, 545. 60

Total, Bureau of Agricultural Economics______________

6, 083, 500. 00

5, 869, 840. 00

5, 397, 307. 42

Bureau of Home Economics, salaries and expenses_____________
Plant Quarantine and Control Administration________________
Enforcement of packers and stockyards act____________________
Enforcement of grain futures act______________________________
Food, Drug, and Insecticide Administration, salaries and
expenses______________________________ __________
_
_
Experiments in dairying and livestock production______________
Dairying and livestock experiment stations____________________
Collections of seed grain loans________________________________
Nitrate plants__________ __________________________________
Forest roads and trails_________ ____________________________
Cooperative construction of rural post roads___________________
Acquisition of land for national arboretum_____________________
Flood relief, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Kentucky _____
Mount Vernon Highway_ ___________________________________
_
Miscellaneous items________________ ________________________
Special deposit accounts____________________ _______________

155, 150. 00
3, 082, 700. 00

145, 910. 00
3, 038, 046. 00

133, 810. 00

130, 562. 00

126, 663.
1, 024, 865.
415,173.
112,277.

1, 519, 800. 00

1, 528, 361. 00

181, 550. 00
10, 000. 00

160, 310. 00
14, 680. 00

8, 500, 000. 00
80, 000, 000. 00

9, 000. 000. 00
79, 000, 000. 00
196, 139. 00
3, 000, 000. 00
500, 000. 00
10, 000. 00

15. Bureau of Agricultural Economics—
1. Salaries and expenses________________________ ____ ________
2. Enforcement of cotton futures and cotton standards acts_
_
3. Enforcement of grain standards act_______________________
4. Administration of warehouse act_______________ _________
5. Enforcement of standard container act____________________
6. Salaries and expenses, wool division_______________________
7. Operation of Center Market__ ___________________________
8. Expenses cotton standards act (special fund)_______- _____
9. Classification of cotton - ________________________________
10. Miscellaneous___________________________________________

16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.

4, 624, 000.
215, 000.
810, 000.
250, 000.
37, 000.
7, 500.

00
00
00
00
00
00

2, 197, 294. 00
2, 000, 000. 00

1Deduct—excess of credits.




lj 311, 041. 49
92, 044. 79
34, 241. 46
1 25, 554. 46
1, 522. 52
7, 895, 792. 18
82, 514, 554. 57
27, 753. 00
--------207. 18
161, 752,027. 61
1, 837,331. 34

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued___ _______
Total, Department of Agriculture, including rural post roads,
general expenditures (a)__________ _______________________

09
22
20
46

165, 230, 754 00

161, 510, 724. 00

159, 914, 69& 27

B U D G E T STATEM ENTS

N o. 2 .— Estimated

a

21

expenditures, fiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— C ontinued

D etail by C haracter of Expenditures U nder Organization Units— Continued
Classification

L ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
4, D E P A R T M E N T O F C O M M E N C E —
(a) General expenditures1. Secretary s office—
1. Salaries, office of the Secretary________
2. Contingent and miscellaneous expenses,
3. Printing and binding_________________
4. Aircraft in commerce_________________
Total, Secretary's office^

Estimated, 1930

$300,
800,
1, 600,
5, 300,

000.
000.
000.
000.

Estimated, 1929

00
00
00
00

$295, 000.
794, 500.
1, 825, 000.
5, 030, 000.

Actual, 1928

00
00
00
00

$282,
347,
1, 675,
2, 497,

804.
844.
699.
222.

40
52
77
52

8, 000, 000. 00

7, 944, 500. 00

4, 803, 571. 21

260, 000. 00
4, 100, 000. 00

268, 000. 00
4, 065, 000. 00

249, 099. 27
3, 413, 240. 64

4, 360, 000. 00

4, 333, 000. 00

3, 662, 339. 91

3, 000, 000. 00
12, 000, 000. 00

1, 070, 000. 00
1, 040, 000. 00

987, 107. 62
1, 105, 450. 91

Total, Bureau of Census.

15, 000, 000. 00

2, 110, 000. 00

2, 092, 558. 53

4. Steamboat Inspection Service—
1. Salaries____________________
2. Clerk hire__________________
3. Contingent expenses________

850, 000. 00
150, 000. 00
150, 000. 00

865, 000. 00
152, 000. 00
140, 000. 00

774, 477. 96
141, 480. 54
136, 596. 65

1, 150, 000. 00

1, 157, 000. 00

1, 052, 555. 15

70, 000. 00

68, 000. 00

99, 125. 56

270, 000. 00

270, 000. 00

511, 068. 13

340, 000. 00

338, 000. 00

610, 193. 69

670, 000. 00
1, 680, 000. 00

670, 000. 00
1, 840, 000. 00

568, 931. 54
1, 647, 457. 51

2, 350, 000. 00

2, 510, 000. 00

2, 216, 389. 05

108, 000. 00

100, 000. 00

93, 178. 54

5, 200, 000. 00
4, 200, 000. 00

5, 210, 000. 00
4, 260, 000. 00

4, 988, 964 13
5, 034, 487. 07

9, 508, 000. 00

9, 570, 000. 00

10, 116, 629. 74

1, 025, 000.
625, 000.
600, 000.
70, 000.
150, 000.

00
00
00
00
00

1, 010, 000. 00
625, 000. 00
595, 000. 00
70, 000. 00
460, 000. 00

987, 327. 81
595, 003. 24
565, 531. 80
79, 878. 12
15.95

2, 470, 000. 00

2, 760, 000. 00

2, 227, 756. 92

800, 000.
800, 000.
350, 000.
20, 000.

778, 000.
802, 500.
350, 000.
20, 000.

2. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce—
1. Salaries_________________________________
2. Promoting commerce, etc________________
Total, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce.
3. Bureau of Census—
1. Salaries_______________
2. Miscellaneous expenses.

Total, Steamboat Inspection Service.
5. Bureau of Navigation—
1. Salaries-------------------------------------------------------------------------2. Contingent and miscellaneous expenses (including $3,000
for indefinite appropriations)__________________________
Total, Bureau of Navigation.
6. Bureau of Standards—
1. Salaries______________________________
2. Contingent and miscellaneous expenses.
Total, Bureau of Standards_______
7. Bureau of Lighthouses, exclusive of public works—
1. Salaries_____________________________________
2. Lighthouse Service—
1. Salaries_________________________________
2. General expenses________________________
Total, Bureau of Lighthouses, exclusive of public
works_________________________________________
8. Coast and Geodetic Survey—
1. Salaries and expenses_____
2. Pay of personnel of vessels.
3. Field expenses____________
4. Repairs of vessels_________
5. Miscellaneous_____________
Total, Coast and Geodetic Survey .
9. Bureau of Fisheries, exclusive of public works—
1. Salaries___________________________________
2. Miscellaneous expenses____________________
3. Alaska, general service____________________
4. Mississippi wild life and fish refuge_________
5. Power vessel for Alaska fisheries___________
Total, Bureau of Fisheries, exclusive of public works___

00
00
00
00

00
00
00
00

709, 624. 06
770, 679. 65
343, 869. 12
5, 661. 21
88, 614. 25

1, 970, 000. 00

1, 950, 500. 00

1, 918, 448. 29

10. Patent Office—
1. Salaries_______________
2. Miscellaneous expenses _
3. Photolithography______

3, 030, 000. 00
80,000.00
220, 000. 00

3, 035, 000. 00
70, 000. 00
220, 000. 00

2, 502, 549. 76
37, 370. 71
225, 689. 93

Total, Patent Office.

3, 330, 000. 00

3,325, 000. 00

2, 765, 610. 40




a22

TH E BUD G ET,
No. 2

1930

.— Estimated expenditures, Jiscal year J9S0, compared with prior years—

C o n t in u e d

D e t a il b t C h aracter o f E xpenditures Under Organization Units— Continued

Classification

Estimated, 1030

I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
4 . D E P A R T M E N T O F C O M M E R C E — Continued.
(a) General expenditures— Continued,
tl. Bureau of Mines—
1. Salaries and general expenses____________ _______ _____
2. Investigating mine accidents_________
_________________
3. Operating mine rescue care__________ ____________ _______
4. Helium plants______________________________
__________
5. Miscellaneous items__________ _______ _____ __ _________
Total, Bureau of Mines____________
12. Miscellaneous items_______

__________

___________

________

$90, 000.
400, 000.
300, 000.
90, 000.
1, 220, 000.

Estimated, 1929

Actual, 1928

00
00
00
00
00

$90, 000. 00
405, 000. 00
364, 000. 00
1, 075, 000. 00
1, 278, 000. 00

$83, 959.
387, 101.
322, 48a
645, 953.
1, 051, 052.

2, 100, 000. 00

3, 212, 000. 00

2, 490, 555. 51

74
68
77
26
06

75,183. 77

_____

13. Public works—
1. Existing projects—
1. Lighthouses, beacons, fog signals, light vessels, etc_____
2. Fish hatcheries___ ____________
___________ _______

750, 000. 00

750, 000. 00
80, 000. 00

289, 594. 30
3, 588. 29

Total, existing projects. - _________________ _____ _

750, 000. 00

830, 000. 00

293,182. 59

700, 000. 00
125, 000. 00

700, 000. 00
165, 000. 00

825, 000. 00

865, 000. 00

1, 575, 000. 00

1, 695, 000. 00

2. New projects—
1. Lighthouses, beacons, fog signals, light vessels, etc____
2. Fish hatcheries________________________ ____________
Total, new projects______________________________
Total, public works, Department of Commerce__

293,182. 59
34, 324, 974. 76
58, 190. 56

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued_________
Total, Department of Commerce, general expenditures (a) __

52, 153, 000. 00

40, 905, 000. 00

34, 383, 165. 32

5. (1) IN T E R IO R D E P A R T M E N T (exclusive of Indian Service
and pensions)—
(a) General expenditures—
1. O
flSce of the Secretary—
1. Salaries, office of the Secretary_________ __________
__
2. Contingent and miscellaneous expenses____________________
3. Printing and binding_______________________ - __________

512, 000. 00
181, 000. 00
257, 500. 00

517, 060. 00
208, 990. 00
265, 000. 00

476,810. 15
207, 983. 54
255, 092. 26

Total, office of the Secretary__________________________

950, 500. 00

991, 050. 00

939, 885. 95

755,
775,
90,
205,
435,

740, 000.
780, 000.
86, 000.
198, 800.
446, 200.

00
00
00
00
00

701, 242. 93
795, 458. 93
76, 316. 57
199, 190. 59
409, 922. 26
25, 542. 41

25, 000. 00
650, 000. 00
12, 000. 00

30, 000. 00
600,000. 00
10, 000. 00

10, 368. 97
1,130, 072. 68

25, 000. 00
1, 640, 000. 00
15, 000. 00
40, 000. 00
50, 000. 00
1, 000. 00

30, 000. 00
1, 753, 000. 00
15, 000. 00
40, 000. 00
54, 000. 00
1,000.00

31, 545. 98
2, 538, 834. 13
13, 893. 36
248, 838. 47
7, 764. 78
8, 001. 37

2. General Land Office—
1. Salaries and expenses_______________________________ _____
2. Surveying public lands______
_________________________
3. Salaries and commissions of registers „ __________________
4. Contingent expenses, land offices___ ____________ _________
5. Protecting public lands, timber, etc____________________ 6. Miscellaneous items_ ______ __________ ____________ _
_
7. Indefinite appropriations—
1. Repayment for lands erroneously sold________________
2. Payment of taxes on forfeited Oregon and California lands.
3. Surveying within land grants_________________ _______
8. Special funds—
1. Deposits for surveying public lands. ^ ______________ ,
1
2. Payments to States under oil leasing acts_____________ 1
3. 5, 3, and 2 per cent funds to States______________ _____ i
4. Coos Bay and Oregon and California land-grant funds..!
5. Miscellaneous_______________________________________ 1
9. Trust fu n d s.________ ________ ______________ ___________

000.
000.
000.
000.
000.

00
00
00
00
00

Total, General Land Office___________________________ 1
1
I
3. Geological Survey—
Salaries and general expenses_____ __________________________

4, 718, 000. 00

4, 784, 000. 00

6,196, 993. 43

2, 006, 300. 00

1, 958, 030. 00

1, 705,346. 34

4. National Park Service—
1. Salaries______________________ ___________________________
2. National parks, monuments, etc__________________________
3. Construction of roads and trails__________________________

98, 830. 00
2, 213, 000. 00
2, 572, 000. 00

89, 900. 00
2, 204, 000. 00
4,541, 800. 00

109,46a 71
1, 692, 241. 34
3, 415, 574 92

Total, National Park Service_______ __________________

4, 883, 830. 00

6,835, 700. 00

5,217,284 97




a23

BU D G E T STATEM EN TS
N o . 2 .—

Estimated expenditures, fisca l year 1980, compared with prior years—

C o n t in u e d

D etail by C haracter of E xpenditures U nder Organization U nits— Continued
Classification

Estimated, 1930

ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
5 . (1) IN T E R IO R D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
(a) General expenditures— Continued.
5. Bureau of Education—
1. Salaries____ ______ __ __________________ ___
2. Miscellaneous expenses________________________ __________
3. Investigation of land-grant colleges____ __________________
4. Education of the natives of Alaska____ ______ ________ _
5. Medical relief in Alaska____ _______________________ ______
6. Reindeer for Alaska__________________ ______________
7. Colleges for agriculture and mechanic arts (permanent
specific)________________ ______ ____________________
8. Miscellaneous_____________ __________________
Total, Bureau of Education___________

____________

6. Territorial governments—
1. Alaska—
1. Salaries, governor and secretary______________________
2. Contingent and legislative expenses. ____________ ____
3. Care and custody of insane in Alaska_________________
4. Suppressing liquor traffic in Alaska___________________
5. Special fund— Public schools, Alaska fund_____________
2. Hawaii—
1. Salaries, governor and secretary__________________
2. Contingent and legislative expenses___________ ______

$230, 960. 00
11, 000. 00
15, 000. 00
565, 000. 00
166, 000. 00
18, 800. 00

Actual* 1928 *

Estimated, 1929

00
00
00
00
00
00

$206, 636. 65
10, 084. 52
38, 287. 34
482, 532. 71
162, 310. 96
14, 348. 69

2, 550, 000. 00
60, 000. 00

2, 550, 000. 00
4, 200. 00

2, 550, 000. 00

3, 616, 760. 00

3, 589, 572. 00

3, 464, 200. 87

10, 700.
14, 800.
157, 000.
15, 000.
54, 000.

10, 700.
67, 500.
158, 000.
12, 978.
50, 000.

10, 600.
14, 443.
142, 557.
10, 516.
87, 967.

00
00
00
00
00

$230, 960.
14, 000.
50, 000.
556, 585.
165, 027.
18, 800.

00
00
00
00
00

00
68
35
26
91

15, 800. 00
5, 100. 00

15, 800. 00
35, 000. 00

15, 400. 00
4, 279. 63

___ ______

272, 400. 00

349, 978. 00

285, 764. 83

7. Beneficiaries—
1. St. Elizabeths Hospital__________________________ ________
2. Columbia Institution for the Deaf_ _______ _____ _________
3. Howard University______________________ _____________
4. Freedmen’s Hospital________________ ________________ __
5. Trust funds, St. Elizabeths Hospital____ _________ ________

952, 500. 00
120, 000. 00
283, 100. 00
279,180. 00
215, 000. 00

972, 132. 00
114, 500. 00
210, 000. 00
259, 574. 00
208, 000. 00

774, 191.
112, 886.
224, 616.
181, 062.
229, 668.

Total, beneficiaries (exclusive of public works) ________

1, 849, 780. 00

1, 764, 206. 00

1, 522, 426. 25

8. Judgments, reliefs, and miscellaneous_____________________ ____
9. Special deposit accounts________________________ _______ ______
10. Public works—
1. Buildings and grounds, Columbia Institution for the Deaf
2. Buildings and grounds, Howard University_______ _____
3. Buildings and grounds, Freedmen’s Hospital______________
4. Buildings and grounds, St. Elizabeths Hospital____________

5, 825. 00

5, 825. 00

7, 643. 86
1 50, 193. 27

Total, Territorial governments____ __

5. Bureau of Reclamation—
1. Reclamation fund, construction and operation of
reclamation projects_________________ _____________
2. Investigations of arid, semiarid, swamp, and cut-over
timberlands___
__
___ ______________________
3. Colorado River levee system______ ____ ___________ __
4. Auxiliary reclamation fund, Yuma project, Arizona
5. Investigations, Columbia Basin, irrigation project___ __ .
6. Repayment on Federal bond loan_____________________
7. Miscellaneous_______________________________________ _
Total, Bureau of Reclamation____________________
Total, public works, Interior Department__________
11. Alaska Railroad______________ _______

____________ _____

Total, Interior Department (exclusive of Indian Service and
pensions), general expenditures (a)----------- --------- -----------1D
ednct— x ss of cred
e ce
its.
50ft—28------m




00
00
00
00

148,"887." 78

10, 000, 000. 00

10, 000, 000. 00

8, 485, 59a 44

14, 000. 00
85, 000. 00

14, 000. 00
75, 000. 00

1, 000,000. 00

1, 000, 000. 00

14, 795. 14
25, 552. 54
i 31, 646. 82
6, 875. 37
1, 000, 000. 00
117. 50

11, 099, 000. 00

11, 089, 000. 00

9, 501, 292. 17

11, 869, 858. 00

11, 696, 777. 00

9, 786,157. 09

1, 200, 000. 00

1,500,000.00

1, 321, 515. 63

31, 373, 253. 00

33,475,138. 00

30, 397, 025. 95

295, 858. 00
475, 000. 00

15, 000.
191, 420.
251, 465.
149, 892.

49
72
83
51
70

135,'977.'14

a24

TH E B U D G E T,
N o . 2 .—

1930

Estimated expenditures, fisca l year 1930, compared with prior years—

C o n t in u e d

D e ta il by C haracter o f Expenditures Under Organization Units— Continued
Classification
I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
5. (2) IN D IA N SE R V IC E —
(a) General expenditures—
X Bureau of Indian Affairs—
.
1. Salaries___ _____________________________________________
2. Indian Service—
1. Current and contingent expenses of the Indian Service-.
2. Fulfilling treaty stipulations and treaty supports of
Indian tribes______________________________________
3. Miscellaneous supports of Indian tribes_______________
4. General and miscellaneous expenses of the Indian
Service____________________________________________
5. Support of schools__________________________________
3. Indefinite appropriations—
1. Interest on Indian trust funds_______________________
2. Civilization of the Sioux Indians_____________________
4. Trust funds—
1. Indian tribal funds, principal________________________
2. Indian moneys, proceeds of labor____________________
5. Special deposit accounts_________________________________
Total, Bureau of Indian Affairs, general expenditures (a)
5. (3) P E N SIO N S—
(a) General expenditures—
1. Bureau of Pensions—
1. Army and Navy pensions_______________________________
2. Salaries and expenses____________________________________
3. Investigation of pension cases___________________________
4. Fees of examining surgeons, pensions_____________________
Total, Bureau of Pensions, general expenditures (a)__

Actual, 1 2
98

Estimated, 1 2
99

Estimated, 1 30
9

$400, 000. 00

$381, 480. 00

$352, 795. 19

4, 192, 200. 00

3, 137, 875. 00

2, 590, 630. 27

1, 073, 580. 00
899, 000. 00

944, 630. 00
868, 781. 00

856, 000. 88
911, 389. 66

1, 824, 036. 00
7, 530, 000. 00

2, 426, 327. 00
7, 135, 102. 00

5, 845, 143. 93
6, 141, 093. 16

700, 000. 00
150, 000. 00

720, 000. 00
140, 000. 00

762, 459. 99
70, 334. 00

17, 000, 000. 00
2, 500, 000. 00
750, 000. 00

14, 045, 000. 00
2, 800, 000. 00
750, 000. 00

16, 868, 785. 20
2, 755, 870. 28
1, 574, 798. 72

37, 018, 816. 00

33, 349, 195. 00

38, 729, 301. 28

221, 000, 000.
1, 306, 000.
105, 000.
450, 000.

00
00
00
00

222, 861, 000. 00

229, 000,
1, 329,
114,
474,

000.
882.
000.
000.

00
00
00
00

230, 917, 882. 00

89
89
29
42

230, 634, 900. 49
299, 761, 227. 72
761, 693. 63

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued.
Total, Interior Department, including Indian Service
and pensions, general expenditures (a)______________

228, 696, 993.
1, 329, 282.
112, 885.
495, 738.

291, 253, 069. 00

297, 742, 215. 00

298, 999, 534. 09

(1) Civil-service retirement fund, investments.

20, 500, 000. 00

19, 950, 000. 00

109, 272. 28

Total, Interior Department_____

311, 753, 069. 00

317, 692, 215. 00

299,108, 806. 37

1, 237, 500.
86, 000.
118, 000.
260, 000.

00
00
00
00

1, 207, 820.
85, 900.
118, 000.
265, 000.

00
00
00
00

993,302. 37
86, 377. 94
116,380.28
205, 074. 85

112, 500.
75, 000.
2, 275, 00a
170, 000.
185, 000.

00
00
00
00
00

117, 000.
70, 000.
2, 275, 000.
165, 000.
185, ooa

00
00
00
00
00

6. (1) D E P A R T M E N T O F J U S T IC E —
(a) General expenditures—
1. Departmental salaries___________________________________
2. Contingent and miscellaneous expenses___________________
3. Rent of buildings________________________________________
4. Printing and binding____________________________________
5. Miscellaneous objects—
1. Protecting interests of the United States in customs
matters___________________________________________
2. Defending suits and claims against the United States^..
3. Detection and prosecution of crimes__________________
4. Examination of judicial offices___________________ _
5. Enforcement of antitrust laws_______________________
6. Investigation and prosecution of war frauds__________
7. Miscellaneous items_________________________________
Total, Department of Justice proper.
6. (2) J U D IC IA L —
(a) General expenditures—
1. Salaries, etc.—
1. Salaries and expenses, Supreme Court_______
2. Salaries of circuit, district, and retired judges .
3. National park commissioners________________
4. Court of Customs Appeals__________________
5. Court of Claims____________________________
6. Territorial courts___________________________




Total, salaries, etc.

ooa oo

43, 000. 00

97, 867. 57
64, 473. 56
2, 237, 061. 10
146, 618. 85
182,326. 78
7,794. 86
60, 219. 98

4, 624, 000. 00

4, 531, 720. 00

4,197, 498. 14

340, ooa
1, 925, 000.
16, 000.
110,000.
253, 000.
182, 000.

340, 000.
1, 880, 000.
16, 000.
109, 000.
274, 000.
182, 000.

00
00
00
00
00
00

353, 849. 60
2, 075, 332. 54
11,160. 00
114, 22a 51
233, 051. 24
165,279. 45

2, 801, 000. 00

2 ,9 5 2 ,89Q. 3 4

105

,

00

00
00
00
00
00

2, 826, 000. 00

a25

B U D G E T STATEM ENTS

N o . 2 .— Estimated

expenditures, fiscal year 1930, compared with 'prior years— C ontinued

D etail by Character op Expenditures U nder Organization U nits— Continued
Classification
I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES—Continued.
6 .
(2 )
JU D IC IA L — Continued.
(a) General expenditures— Continued.
2. Expenses, etc., United States courts—
1. Salaries, fees, and expenses of marshals_______________
2. Salaries and expenses of attorneys____________________
3. Salaries and expenses of clerks of circuit and district
courts_______ _____________________________________
4. Fees of commissioners_______________________________
5. Fees of jurors_______________________________________
6. Fees of witnesses____________________________________
7. Pay of baliffs_______________________________________
8. Miscellaneous expenses of United States courts_______
9. Rent, supplies, and purchase of books________________
Total, expenses, United States courts3. Penal and correctional institutions, exclusive of public
works—
1. United States penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kans_______
2. United States penitentiary, Atlanta, Ga______________
3. United States penitentiary, McNeil Island, Wash_____
4. Federal Industrial Institution for Women, Alderson,
W. Va__________________ - _________ ______ ________
5. United States Industrial Reformatory, Chillicothe, Ohio.
6. National Training School for Boys, Washington, D. C -.
7. Probation system, etc____________________________
S. Support of prisoners_________________________________
9. Working capital, United States penitentiaries__________
10. Miscellaneous_______________________________________
Total, penal and correctional institutions, exclusive
of public works________________________________

Estimated, 1 3
90

Estimated, 1 2
99

Actual. 1 2
98

$3, 730, 000. 00
3, 100, 000. 00

$3, 650, 000. 00
3, 110, 000. 00

S3, 529, 726. 12
2, 753, 815. 54

1, 943, 000.
550, 000.
1, 875, 000.
1, 725, 000.
455, 000.
890, 000.
225, 000.

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

1, 926,
550,
1, 875,
1, 725,
445,
850,
210,

000.
000.
000.
000.
000.
000.
000.

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

40
85
38
09
61
59
45

14, 493, 000. 00

14, 341, 000. 00

13, 697, 149. 03

1, 030, 000. 00
915, 000. 00
375, 000. 00

900, 000. 00
880, 000. 00
335, 000. 00

902, 167. 17
789, 744. 18
368, 037. 93

285, 000.
325, 000.
205, 000.
38, 000.
2, 500, 000.

00
00
00
00
00

5, 673, 000. 00

00
00
00
00
00

250,429.84
292, 722. 90
167, 913. 93
11, 891. 52
2, 652, 650. 84
151, 883. 78
12, 663. 73

5, 323, 000. 00

5, 600, 105. 82

270, 000.
350, 000.
200, 000.
38, 000.
2, 350, 000.

4. Special deposit accounts.
5. Miscellaneous__________
6. Public works—
1. United States penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kans_______
2. United States penitentiary, Atlanta, Ga______________
3. United States penitentiary, McNeil Island, Wash_____
4. Federal Industrial Institution for Women, Alderson,
W. Va___________________________________________
5. National Training School for Boys, Washington, D. C_.
6. Industrial Reformatory, Chillicothe, Ohio_____________

1, 799, 386.
507, 576.
1, 884, 189.
1, 684, 500.
476, 869.
821, 008.
240, 076.

i 110, 760. 98
3, 613. 64
50, 000. 00
30, 000. 00
100, 000. 00

15, 000. 00
200, 000. 00
225, 000. 00

92, 051. 64
183, 806. 98
105, 378. 71
824, 119. 12
45, 279. 39

375, 000. 00

50, 000. 00
65, 000. 00
200, 000. 00

Total, public works.

555, 000. 00

755, 000. 00

1, 250, 635. 84

Total, judicial_____

23, 547, 000. 00

23, 220, 000. 00

23, 393, 642. 69
27, 591,140. 83
9, 113. 98

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued.
Total, Department of Justice, general expendi­
tures (a)______________________________________
7. D E P A R T M E N T O F L AB O R —
(a) General expenditures—
1. General—
1. Salaries, office of the Secretary________
2. Commissioners of conciliation_________
3. Contingent and miscellaneous expenses.
4. Printing and binding-------------------------5. Rent________________________________
Total, general.
2. Bureau of Labor Statistics—
1. Salaries—. _____________
2. Miscellaneous expenses..
Total, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
t Deduct—exce® of credits.




28, 171, 000. 00

27, 751, 720. 00

27, 600, 254. 81

208, 351.
201, 590.
121, 761.
204, 220.

207, 785.
200, 444
124, 511.
212, 679.

190, 301.
200, 738.
51, 284.
205, 796.
64, 333.

00
00
00
00

00
00
00
00

43
65
90
32
33

735, 922. 00

745, 419. 00

712, 454. 63

274, 516. 00
87,189. 00

314, 681. 00
100, 610. 00

219, 605. 60
77, 560. 97

361, 705. 00

415, 291. 00

297,166. 57

a26

TH E BtTDQET, 1 9 3 0
N o . 2 .—

Estimated expenditures, fiscal year 19S0, compared with prior years—

C o n t in u e d

D e ta il b t C haracter o f E xpenditures Under Organization Units — Continued
Classification

I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
7. D E P A R T M E N T O F L A B O R — Continued.
(a) General expenditures—Continued.
3. Bureau of Immigration—
1. Salaries____
_______________________________________
2. Expenses of regulating i m m ig r a t io n _
. .
3. Special funds— refund of passage money, etc__________ ____

Estimated, 1930

Actual, 1928

Estimated, 1929

$98, 642. 00
7, 795, 740. 00

$99, 059. 00
7, 385, 197. 00

$91, 003. 59
6, 326, 742. 98
1, 546. 22

Total, Bureau of Immigration______ _________________

7, 894, 382. 00

7, 484, 256. 00

6, 419, 292. 79

4. Bureau of Naturalization—
1. Salaries ______
________________ _ _____ _ _
2. Miscellaneous expenses_________ - ____________________
3. Publishing citizenship textbooks (indefinite)_______________

106, 227. 00
770, 632. 00
9, 000. 00

106, 256. 00
755, 684. 00

95, 236. 63
641, 280. 73

Total, Bureau of Naturalization______________________

885, 859. 00

861, 940. 00

736, 517. 36

5. Children’s Bureau—
1. Salaries. _ ______________ _________________ ___________
2. Investigation of child welfare_________________ ___________
3. General expenses___ _______ _________
___ _____________
4. Maternity and infancy. ____ _______
___________ ____

117, 688. 00
141, 546. 00
58, 492. 00

113,
141,
54,
1, 290,

Total, Children's Bureau._________________ _____ ____

317, 726. 00

1, 599, 569. 00

Women’s Bureau: Salaries and expenses__________________ ____
Employment Service: Salaries and expenses__________________
Special deposit accounts ___ ________ ___________________
Miscellaneous items,,,
. ...
_
, ...
Public works, immigrant stations_____________________________

107, 688. 00
209, 943. 00

105, 459. 00
210, 657. 00

124,137. 00

1, 222. 00
243, 187. 00

6.
7.
8
9.
10.

032.
247.
669.
621.

00
00
00
00

8. N A Y Y D E P A R T M E N T —
(a) General expenditures—
1. Office of the Secretary—
1. Pay, miscellaneous. ___ ____________________ ___________
2. Contingent, Navy______________________ ________ ________
3. Temporary government for West Indian Islands__________
4. State marine schools______ _______________________________
5. Care of lepers, island of Guam. ________________________
6. Naval Research Laboratory______________________________
7. Miscellaneous____ ________ _________ ______ ^ _
Total, office of the Secretary__________________________
2. Bureau of Navigation—
1. Recreation for enlisted men_ ________ _____ _________
_
2. Contingent, Bureau of Navigation________________________
3. Gunnery and engineering exercises__________ _____ __ _____
4. Instruments and supplies___________________________ _____
5. Ocean and lake surveys________________ ________
_
6. Naval training stations__ ____ ___________________________
7. Naval Reserve_____ _________________
_______ - _ __
8. Naval Reserve Officers’ Training C o rp s..____ . _ ________
9. Naval War College.____________________________ ____ ____
10. Indefinite appropriations—
1. Naval Home, Philadelphia, Pa_______ _______________
2. Navy fines and forfeitures_____ __________ ___________
11. Transportation.___________ - _____ _______ __________ _____
12. Miscellaneous items____________ ___________________

29
07
21
89

1, 297, 696. 46
98, 789.
195, 012.
33, 832.
9, 415.
29, 775.

66
01
05
19
81

9, 829, 952. 53
8, 471. 56

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued____
Total, Department of Labor, general expenditures (a)______

103, 416.
124, 632.
39, 942.
1, 029, 705.

10, 637, 362. 00

11, 667, 000. 00

1, 490, 000. 00
* 25, 000. 00
L300, 000. 00
75, 000. 00
t 35,000.00
220, 000. 00

1, 475, 000. 00
30, 000. 00
275, 000. 00
75, 000. 00
34, 000. 00
200, 000. 00

1, 311, 482.
16,199.
280, 981.
75, 000.
28, 762.
188, 490.
91.

2, 145, 000. 00

2, 089, 000. 00

1, 901, 006. 46

395, 000. 00
8,000.00
45, 000. 00
590, 000. 00
82, 500. 00
905, 000. 00
4, 500, 000. 00
100, 000. 00
110, 000. 00

395, 000. 00
9, 500. 00
48, 000. 00
575, 000. 00
80, 000. 00
930, 000. 00
3, 800, 000. 00
75, 000. 00
108, 000. 00

400, 004. 67
10, 840. 09
53, 777. 26
627, 680. 38
82, 352. 72
891, 490. 25
3, 794, 017. 82
40, 058. 69
98, 245. 20

180, 000. 00
140, 000. 00

180, 000. 00
140, 000. 00

154, 853. 63
317, 39a 93
547, 695. 44
532.29

9, 821, 480. 97

16
43
56
00
03
09
19

Total, Bureau of Navigation_______________ __________

7,055,500. 00

6, 340, 500. 00

7,018, 941. 37

3. Bureau of Engineering—
1. Engineering_______________ * _________ ___________ ______
2. Engineering experimental station (Annapolis)______________

19,400, ooa 00
174,000. 00

19, 400, 000. 00
174,500. 00

19, 461,284, 37
174,526. 05

Total, Bureau of Engineering__________________________

19,574,000. 00

19, 574, 500. 00

19, 635,810. 42

4. Bureau of Construction and Repair—
1. Construction and repair of vessels__ ______________ *______

17, 500, ooa 00

17, 200. ooa 00

19, 515,071. 78




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B U D G E T STATEM ENTS

N o . 2 .—Estimated

expenditures, Jiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— C ontinued

D etail by Character of Expenditures U nder Organization U nits— Continued
Classification
I* ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
8. N A V Y D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
(a) General expenditures— Continued.
5. Bureau of Ordnance—
1. Ordnance and ordnance stores______
2. Torpedoes and appliances___________
3. Experiments_______________________
4. Miscellaneous items________________
Total, Bureau of Ordnance,
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts—■
1. Pay, subsistence, and transportation__________
2. Maintenance________________________________
3. Fuel and transportation______________________
4. General account of advances_________________
5. Naval supply account fund___________________
6. Naval working fund_________________________
7. Judgments of courts, relief acts, etc___________
8. Indefinite appropriations—
1. Ships' stores profits______________________
2. Clothing and small stores fund___________
3. Pay of the Navy, deposit fund, trust fund,
9. Miscellaneous_______________________________
Total, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts.
7. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery—
1. Medical Department____________
2. Care of the dead________________
*3. Naval hospital fund, special fund.
4. Contingent and miscellaneous____
Total, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery..
8. Bureau of Yards and Docks, exclusive of public works—
1. Maintenance_______________________________________
2. Contingent_________________________________________
Total, Bureau of Yards and Docks, exclusive of public
works_____________________________ ________________
9. Bureau of Aeronautics—
1. Aviation, Navy_____
2. Miscellaneous_______
Total, Bureau of Aeronautics.
10. Naval Academy—
1. Pay_.---------- -------------------------------2. Current and miscellaneous expenses3. Maintenance and repairs___________
Total, Naval Academy11. Marine Corps—
1. Pay------------------------- --------- ---------------2. Pay of civil force, Marine Corps--------------------3. General expenses------------------------------------------4. Pay of Marine Corps, deposit fund, trust fund.
5. Reserve supplies-------------------------------------------Total, Marine Corps.
12. Alterations to naval vessels.
13. Increase of the Navy---------14. Miscellaneous—
1. Miscellaneous items--------2. Special deposit accounts. _
3. Miscellaneous trust funds.
Total, miscellaneous.
t Dedoct—
excess of credits.




Estimated, 19 0
3

Estim
ated, 1 2
99

Actual, 1 2
98

$12, 500, 000. 00
450, 000. 00

$12, 000, 000. 00
550, 000. 00
25, 000. 00
7, 000. 00

$11, 413, 717. 65
429, 850. 18
177, 555. 69

12, 950, 000. 00

12, 582, 000. 00

12, 021, 123. 52

152, 000, 000. 00
9, 850, 000. 00
10, 000, 000. 00

148, 500, 000. 00
9, 815, 000. 00
10, 000, 000. 00

1 1, 000, 000. 00

* 1, 000, 000. 00
840,"O O 00*
O ."

141, 173, 334.
9, 657, 227.
10, 823, 219.
1 1, 628, 430.
1 3, 112, 234.
131, 099.
1, 818, 378.
322,
1 1, 709,
18,
3, 494,

904.
519.
142.
819.

85
97
76
36
90
87
43
75
11
62
19

300, 000. 00
400, 000. 00
22, 500. 00

300, 000. 00
800, 000. 00
22, 500. 00

171, 572, 500. 00

169, 277, 500. 00

160, 988, 943. 07

2, 000, 000. 00
70, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

2, 000, 000. 00
60, 000. 00
2, 600, 000. 00

1, 820, 843. 97
86, 193. 41
2, 403, 927. 39
2, 088. 44

3, 070, 000. 00

4, 660, 000. 00

4, 313, 053. 21

7, 535, 000. 00
124, 000. 00

7, 495, 000. 00
123, 000. 00

6, 866, 828. 59
100, 888. 76

7, 659, 000. 00

7, 618, 000. 00

6, 967,‘ 717. 35

31, 000, 000. 00

34, 240, 000. 00
40, p00. 00

21, 999, 909. 15

31, 000, 000. 00

34, 280, 000. 00

21, 999, 909. 15

895, 000. 00
85, 000. 00
995, 000. 00

850, 000. 00
80, 000. 00
1, 060, 000. 00

771, 402. 82
78, 492. 73
997, 687. 21

1, 975, 000. 00

1, 990, 000. 00

1, 847, 582. 76

00
00
00
00

15, 700, 000. 00
169, 000. 00
11, 300, 000. 00
250, 000. 00

15, 337, 444. 38
156,551.29
12, 411, 006. 58
1 11, 937.10
338, 004. 39

24, 867, 000. 00

27, 419, 000. 00

28, 231, 069. 54

955, 000. 00
48, 464, 000. 00

9,160, 000. 00
56, 300,000. 00

2, 411, 643. 33
36, 152, 358. 54

16, 000,000.
292,000.
8, 400, 000.
175, 000.

40, 000. 00
* 29, 280. 70
331. 32
40, 000. 00

28,949. 38

T E BU G T, 1930
H
DE

a28

N o. 2 .— Estimated

expenditures, fiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— C ontinued

D e ta il by C haracter op Expenditures Under Organization Units—Continued

C s ifica n
las tio
I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
8. N A V Y D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
(a) General expenditures—Continued.
15. Public works—
1. Navy yards and stations_______________
2. Depots for fuel________________________
3. Naval operating bases-------------------------4. Hospitals and medical supply depots----5. Marine barracks______________________
6. Buildings and grounds, Naval Academy.
7. Naval training stations, buildings---------8. Naval magazines and proving grounds.
9. Aviation______________________________
10. Miscellaneous------------------------------------Total, public works16. Salaries, Navy Department—
1. Office of the Secretary_____________________
2. General Board____________________________
3. Naval examining and retiring boards----------4. Compensation board_______________________
5. Office of Naval Records and Library-----------6. Office of Judge Advocate General___________
7. Office of Chief of Naval Operations------------8. Board of Inspection and Survey-----------------9. Office of Director of Naval Communications.
10. Office of Naval Intelligence________________
11. Bureau of Navigation--------------------------------12. Hydrographic Office_______________________
13. Naval Observatory________________________
14. Nautical Almanac Office___________________
15. Bureau of Engineering_____________________
16. Bureau of Construction and Repair------------17. Bureau of Ordnance_______________________
18. Bureau of Supplies and Accounts__________
19. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery___________
20. Bureau of Yards and Docks_______________
21. Bureau of Aeronautics____________________
Total, salaries, Navy Department 17. Contingent expenses, etc.—
1. Contingent expenses of the department__________________
2. Printing and binding___________________________________
3. Administrative expenses, World War adjusted compensa­
tion act______________________________________________
4. Contingent and miscellaneous expenses, Hydrographic Office
5. Contingent and miscellaneous expenses, Naval Observatory.
6. Miscellaneous__________________________________________
Total, contingent expenses.

Actual, 1 2
08

Estim
ated, 1 3
00

Estimated, 1 2
99

$3, 261, 300. 00
120, 000. 00
211, 000. 00
10, 000. 00
565, 000. 00
25, 000. 00
14, 000. 00
1, 723, 500. 00
1, 751, 500. 00
571, 200. 00

$4, 229, 200. 00
10, 000. 00
370, 000. 00
12, 000. 00
1, 596, 000. 00
225, 000. 00
112, 000. 00
1, 583, 500. 00
1, 925, 000. 00
1,284, 400. 00

3, 673, 713. 55
10, 000. 00
223, 397. 59
19, 013. 46
85, 419. 25
1, 745. 10
164, 410. 23
221, 528, 79
951. 49
485, 016. 98

8, 252, 500. 00

11, 347,100. 00

4, 885, 196. 44

188, 000. 00
11, 500. 00
10, 000. 00
8, 500. 00
37, 000. 00
131, 000. 00
72, 000. 00
20, 000. 00
130, 000. 00
40, 000. 00
486, 000. 00
385, 000. 00
172, 000. 00
C)
1
308, 000. 00
385, 000. 00
157, 000. 00
850, 000. 00
79, 000. 00
280, 000. 00
250, 000. 00

188, 000. 00
11, 600. 00
10, 000. 00
16, 500. 00
40, 000. 00
120, 000. 00
71, 800. 00
20, 500. 00
131, 800. 00
40, 000. 00
485, 000. 00
385, 000. 00
158, 000. 00
«
308, 000. 00
380, 000. 00
154, 000. 00
850, 000. 00
78, 000. 00
270, 800. 00
249, 000. 00

167, 520. 42
10, 472. 49
9, 420, 00
16, 285. 97
37, 326. 66
106, 392. 55
66, 207. 83
18, 569. 17
124, 808. 02
36, 583. 68
414, 353. 88
324, 730. 03
* 85, 323. 04
31, 733. 86
273, 668. 06
345, 945. 92
140, 848. 87
785, 096. 21
71, 682. 35
252, 014. 11
196, 629. 33

4, 000, 000. 00

3, 968, 000. 00

3, 515, 612. 45

83, 000. 00
525, 000. 00

81, 500. 00
520, 000. 00

84, 750. 32
567, 220. 07

12, 000. 00
128, 000. 00
32, 000. 00

25, 495. 79
114, 037. 71
34, 582. 46
13.46

773, 500. 00

826, 099. 81

129, 000. 00
15, 000. 00
3, 500. 00
755, 500. 00

332, 202, 189. 82
866, 697. 84

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued________
Total, Navy Department, general expenditures (a)

361, 795, 000. 00

384, 619, 100. 00

331, 335, 491. 98

9. P O S T O F F IC E D E P A R T M E N T —
Payable from the Treasury—
(a) General expenditures, miscellaneous items.____ _________
(e) Deficiencies in postal revenue___________________________

71, 209, 325. 00

83, 495, 830. 00

276, 692. 81
32, 080, 202. 46

Total, Post Office Department, payable from the
Treasury_____________________________________

71, 209, 325. 00

83, 495, 830. 00

32, 356, 895. 27

i Included in Naval Observatory.




a29

BU D G E T STATEM ENTS

N o . 2 .— Estimated

expenditures, fiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— C ontinued
O r g a n iz a tio n

U n i t s — Continued

Estimated, 1930

Estimated, 1929

Actual, 1928

00
00
00
00

$1, 145, 000. 00
52, 000. 00
190, 000. 00
62, 000. 00
400. 00
2, 000. 00

$1, 089, 621. 17
44, 260. 60
152, 924. 58
60, 335. 11
20, 230. 69

1, 685, 955. 00

1, 451, 400. 00

1, 367, 372.15

2. Foreign Service—
1. Salaries of ambassadors and ministers, clerks, etc., at em­
bassies and legations_________________________ ________
1, 053, 900. 00
2. Contingent expenses foreign missions____________________
919, 100. 00
3. Embassy, legation, and consular buildings and grounds___
2, 000, 000. 00
4. Allowance for clerk hire at consulates______ _________ ____
1, 645, 000. 00
5. Contingent expenses of consulates..___ _________________
1, 063, 000. 00
6. Immigration of aliens___________________________________
505, 640. 00
2, 851, 000. 00
7. Salaries for Foreign Service officers____________________ _
8. Transportation of Foreign Service officers________________
410, 000. 00
9. Emergencies arising in the Diplomatic and Consular Service 400, 000. 00
100, 000. 00
10. Post allowances________________________________________
11. Awards, American and British Claims Arbitration________
12. Miscellaneous 47, 000. 00
items
____________________________________

960, 000. 00
875, 000. 00
900, 000. 00
1, 600, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00
470, 000. 00
2, 874, 000. 00
300, 000. 00
300, 000. 00
75, 000. 00
40, 000. 00

974, 815. 29
754, 209. 75
347, 439.15
1, 440, 264. 30
870, 868. 14
422. 20a 01
2, 642, 882. 56
270, 586. 61
353, 860. 04
22, 143. 17
235, 271. 58
17, 474. 81

10, 994, 640. 00

9, 394, 000. 00

8, 352, 015. 41

1, 490, 758. 00

1,110, 923. 36

D e ta il

by

C h a ra c te r

op

E x p e n d itu r e s

U nder

Classification

I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
10. S T A T E D E P A R T M E N T —
(a) General expenditures—
1. Department proper—
1. Salaries____ _______________________ _____________
2. Contingent expenses___ _________________________________
3. Printing and binding. ________________________________
4. Passport bureaus_______________________________________
5. Collection and editing of official papers of the Territories
6. Ascertainment of electors_____________ ________________
Total, department proper_____________________________

Total, Foreign Service___________________________ ____

$1, 349, 820.
55, 705.
210, 000.
70, 430.

3. International commissions and bureaus_________ _____________

1,167, 753. 00

4. Nonadministrative expenses—
1. Relief and protection of American seamen________________
2. Rescuing shipwrecked American seamen_________________
3. Payment to Republic of Panama------------------------ -----------4. United States Court for China__________________________
5. Prisons for American convicts___________________________
6. Bringing home criminals________________________________
7. Miscellaneous items_____________________________________

80, 000. 00
2, 000. 00
250, 000. 00
41, 650. 00
9, 600. 00
6,000.00

75, 000.
2, 000.
250, 000.
34, 000.
13, 000.
5, 000.

00
00
00
00
00
00

62, 346. 79
1, 665. 53
250, 000.00
29, 763. 02
10, 190. 68
213. 69
102, 715. 69

Total, nonadministrative expenses_____________________

389, 250. 00

379, 000. 00

456, 895. 40

5. Permanent and indefinite appropriations—
1. Pay of Foreign Service officers for services to American
'vessels and seamen. — ---------------------------------------------2. Pan American Union quotas-------------------------------- -----------3. Foreign government moieties and expenses, Mixed Claims
Commission_______________ ____ _______________________
4. Miscellaneous items___ ___ ___________________________

10, 000. 00
95, 233. 00

10, 000. 00
95, 233. 00

6, 794. 72
133, 839. 31

15, 000. 00
1, 000. 00

15, 000. 00

16, 534. 88
43. 58

121, 233. 00

120, 233. 00

157, 212. 49

Total, permanent and indefinite appropriations________
6. Special deposit accounts_______________________ _____________
7. Trust funds—
1. Foreign Service retirement fund, annuities, etc_______ _____
2. Other trust funds----- ------- ------ ---------------------------------------Total, trust funds___________________________________

* 31, 019. 69
88, 000. 00
20, 000. 00

95, 000. 00
21, 000. 00

73, 858. 90
63, 522. 16

108, 000. 00

116,000. 00

137, 381. 06
11, 550, 780. 18
56, 291. 05

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued_________
Total, State Department, general expenditures (a )____
(o) Foreign Service retirement fund, investments___________________

14, 466, 831. 00
290, 853. 00

12, 951, 391. 00
294, 000. 00

11, 607, 071. 23
80,93a 85

Total, State Department_____________________________

14, 757, 684. 00

13, 245, 391. 00

11, 688, 010. 08

i Deduct—
excess of credits.




a30

TH E B U D G E T, 1 93 0

N o . 2 .— Estimated

expenditures, fiscal year 19S0, compared with prior years— C ontin ued

D e ta il by C haracter op Expenditures Under Organization Units — Continued
Classification
I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
11. T R E A S U R Y D E P A R T M E N T —
(a) General expenditures—
1. General—
1. Secretary’s office_____________________
2. Office of chief clerk and superintendent.

Estimated, 1 3
00

Estimated, 1 2
99

Actual, 1 2
9S

$173, 275. 00
729, 500. 00

$170, 240. 00
692, 865. 00

$157, 614. 17
590, 814. 09

613, 520. 00
715, 000. 00
133, 260. 00

608, 340. 00
750, 000. 00
128, 260. 00

629, 009. 87
777, 641. 77
112, 768. 36

1, 461, 780. 00

1, 486, 600. 00

1, 519, 420. 00

91, 480. 00
639, 215. 00

90, 980. 00
651, 215. 00

80, 036. 63
642, 066. 14

2, 620, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00
291, 285. 00

2, 745, 350. 00
1, 073, 707. 00
873, 415. 00

2, 618, 616. 62
1, 317, 038. 05
1, 096, 297. 03

102, 897. 00

102, 897. 00

268,109. 25

4, 014, 182. 00

4, 795, 369. 00

5, 300, 060. 95

7. Division of Appointments____________
8. Office of disbursing clerk_____________
9. World War Foreign Debt Commission.

62, 185. 00
55, 000. 00

62, 169. 00
56, 620. 00

59, 498. 19
50, 622. 50
3, 523. 57

Total, general_____________________

7, 226, 617. 00

8, 006, 058. 00

8, 403, 656. 24

2. Bureau of Customs—
1. Collecting the customs revenues__________
2. Compensation in lieu of moieties_________
3. Purchase of scales_______________________
4. Equipment, Appraisers’ Stores, New York.

21, 415, 000. 00
150, 000. 00
100, 000. 00

20, 875, 092.
150, 000.
90, 000.
125, 000.

00
00
00
00

17, 769, 719. 23
147, 361. 50
90, 404. 24

Total, Bureau of Customs (exclusive of refunds) .

21, 665, 000. 00

21, 240, 092. 00

18, 007, 484. 97

3. Bureau of the Budget_______________________________
4. Federal Farm Loan Bureau, special funds_____________

200, 000. 00
940, 000. 00

189, 000. 00
833, 201. 00

161, 259. 71
733, 469. 69

1, 176, 500. 00

1, 176, 000. 00

1, 063, 113. 90

323, 580. 00

323, 580. 00

303, 952. 81

158, 000. 00

150, 000. 00

155, 772. 71

1, 658, 080. 00

1, 649, 580. 00

1, 522, 839. 42

246, 880. 00

251, 020. 00

234, 380. 23

51, 863. 00
1, 500. 00

51, 863. 00
1,500. 00

48, 549. 58
973. 30

2, 400, 000. 00

2, 300,000. 00

2, 354, 839. 80

3. Division of Supply—
1. Salaries, postage, and stationery_
_
2. Printing and binding_____________
3. General Supply Committee_______
Total, Division of Supply.
4. Office of Commissioner of Accounts and Deposits5. Division of Bookkeeping and Warrants__________
6. Public debt service—
1. Current expenses_______________________________
2. Distinctive paper for United States securities_____
3. Expenses of loans_______________________________
4. Preparation, custody, and delivery of Federal inter­
mediate credit bank securities farm loan bonds
and Federal reserve notes (reimbursable)______
Total, public debt service.

5. Office of Treasurer of the United States—
1. Salaries, office of Treasurer of the United States___________
2. Salaries, office of Treasurer of the United States (national
currency, reimbursable)________________________________
3. Contingent expenses, office of Treasurer of the United States
(national currency, reimbursable)______________________
Total, office of Treasurer of the United States .
6. Office of Comptroller of the Currency—
1. Salaries, comptroller’s office______________________________
2. Salaries, comptroller’s office (national currency, reim­
bursable) ______________________________________________
3. Special examinations of national banks___________________
4. Salaries and expenses, national-bank examiners (special
fund)_________________________________________________
Total, office of Comptroller of the Currency___________
7. Internal Revenue Service—
1. Salaries, office of Commissioner of Internal Revenue (reim­
bursable) _____________________________________________
2. Expenses of collecting____________________________________

2, 700, 243. 00

2, 604, 383. 00

2, 638, 742. 91

34,460,180. 00

34, 460,180. 00

1, 937. 50
34, 479, 619. 13

Total, Internal Revenue Service (exclusive of refunds) _ _

34, 460,180. 00

34, 460,180. 00

34, 481, 556. 63

13, 390, 405. 00

13, 452, 549. 00

13, 518, 988. 18

297, 500. 00
29,118, 000. 00
14, 000. 00

283, 000. 00
29,183, 000. 00
19, 500. 00

257, 921. 53
27,062,538. 31
13,305. 78

2 9 ,4 2 9 , 500. 00

29,485,500. 00

27,333, 765. 62

8. Bureau of Prohibition—
1. Enforcement of prohibition and narcotic acts____________
9. Coast Guard—
1. Salaries, office of Coast Guard__________________________
2. Expenses of the Coast Guard___________________________
3. Coast Guard special funds______________________________
Total, Coast Guard. _




a31

B U D G E T STATEM ENTS

N o . 2 .—Estimated

expenditures, fiscal year 1980, compared with prior years— C ontinued

D etail bt Character of Expenditures U nder Organization Units— Continued
C
lassification

*

I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES—Continued.
11. T R E A S U R Y D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
(a) General expenditures— Continued10. Bureau of Engraving and Printing__________________________ _
11. Secret Service Division______________ _____ ___________________

E ated, 1 3
stim
90

E ated, 1 2
stim
99

A
ctual, 1 2
98

$6, 376, 260. 00
533, 660. 00

$6, 578, 543. 00
562, 700. 00

$6, 743, 439. 19
496, 113. 68

12. Public Health Service—
1. Salaries and expenses__ ___________________ __ ___________
2. Prevention of epidemic diseases--------------------- --------- --------3. Pay of personnel and maintenance of hospitals______ _____
4. Expenses, Division of Venereal Diseases___________________

4, 071, 000. 00
257, 800. 00
5, 488, 200. 00
73, 000. oa

Total, Public Health Service____ _____________________

9, 890, 000. 00

10, 207,191. 00

9, 518, 796. 04

13. Mint establishment— .
1. Salaries and expenses, Bureau of the Mint__
____ ______
2. Mints and assay offices,. __ __________________ _________

64, 100. 00
1, 640, 000. 00

71, 800. 00
1, 644, 800. 00

47, 286. 78
1, 542, 215. 12

_______________

1, 704, 100. 00

1, 716, 600. 00

1, 589, 501. 90

14. Supervising Architect of the Treasury—
1. Salaries_________________ _________________ ___________
2. Operation and maintenance of public buildings____________
3. Equipment, etc., public buildings- ________________ ______

377, 820. 00
11, 605, 400. 00
4, 365, 000. 00

372, 965. 00
11, 390, 900. 00
4, 320, 000. 00

347, 964. 72
10, 439, 594. 09
2, 764, 460. 82
13, 552, 019. 63

Total, mint establishment________ __

4, 315, 250.
265, 437.
5, 553, 086.
73, 418.

00
00
00
00

Total, Office of Supervising Architect proper____ ______

16, 348, 220. 00

16, 083, 865. 00

4. Public works—
1. Customhouses, courthouses, post offices, etc_ ________
_
2. Marine hospitals---------------------------------------------3. Quarantine stations________________ _________________
4. Hospital facilities and construction____ _______________
5. Remodeling and enlarging public buildings— ------------

47, 700, 000. 00
2, 100, 000. 00
200, 000. 00

47, 650, 000.
2, 300, 000.
300, 000.
50, 000.
350, 000.

Total, public works, Treasury Departments__ ______
Total, Supervising Architect------------------------------------

3, 626, 829.
380, 870.
5, 440, 349.
70, 745.

93
45
95
71

00
00
00
00
00

6, 030, 960. 84
566, 727. 96
103, 238. 73
236. 22
492, 596. 14

50, 350, 000. 00

50, 650, 000. 00

7, 193, 759. 89

66, 698, 220. 00

66, 733, 865. 00

20, 745, 779. 52

350, 000. 00

15. Miscellaneous expenses—
1. Cape Cod Canal bonds—principal and interest_______ _____
2. Promoting education of the blind
-------------------- --------- __
3. Premium on sinking-fund purchases_ _______
4. Settlement of war claims act of 1928- ______________________
5. Miscellaneous items
_ __________ _ _ __________________
6. Special deposit accounts. - ___________ _______ __

75, 000. 00

6, 230, 000. 00
75, 000. 00

Total, miscellaneous expenses------------------------------------

75, 000. 00

6, 305, 000. 00

53, 688, 367. 40

16. Trust funds—
1. Securities trust fund. ------------------------------ --------------- --- _
2. Outstanding liabilities---------------- ----------------------------------3. Miscellaneous ________ ___________
_________________

47, 000. 00
190, 000. 00

47, 000. 00
190, 000. 00

47, 406. 71
i 386, 746. 71
27, 500. 00

237, 000. 00

237, 000. 00

i 311, 840. 00

Total, trust funds, Treasury Department------------------

75, 000.
1, 267, 010.
50, 000, 000.
240, 964.
2, 105, 392.

00
15
00
88
37

199, 271, 921. 10
3, 622, 979. 83

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued__________
Total, Treasury Department general expenditures (a) _

197, 184, 265. 00

204, 261, 442. 00

195, 648, 941. 27

(6) Interest on the public debt------- _ ----------- ----------------------------------

640, 000. 000. 00

675, 000, 000. 00

731, 764, 476. 30

(c) Refund of receipts, customs—
1. Debentures or drawbacks, bounties or allowances--------------2. Refund of excess of duties-------- -----------------------------------3. Philippine Islands, customs collections------------------------------4. Other refunds or drawbacks----------------- -------------------------

14, 000, 000.
7, 500, 000.
5, 500.
10, 000.

00
00
00
00

14, 000, 000.
7, 500, 000.
5, 500.
10, 000.

00
00
00
00

21, 957, 089. 74
100,188. 61

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued_____ _
Total, refund of Receipts, customs-------------------------------*Deduct—
excess of credits.




14, 313, 882. 06
7, 624, 301. 32
6.47
18, 899. 89

21, 515, 500. 00

21, 515, 500. 00

21, 856, 901.13

a32

T E B D E 1930
H U G T,
N o. 2 .—Estimated

expenditures, fiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— C ontin ued

D etail by Character of E xpenditures U nder Organization U nitb— Continued
C ssification
la
I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
11. T R E A S U R Y D E P A R T M E N T —Continued.
(d) Refund of receipts, internal revenue—
1. Refunding taxes erroneously collected_____________________
2. Philippine Islands, internal-revenue collections___________
3. Porto Rico, internal-revenue taxes collected in United States
on articles produced in Porto Rico____________ _________
4. Additional income tax on railroads in Alaska (special fund)__
5* Allowance or drawback (including Bureau of Prohibition)__
6. Other refunds__________________ _______ _______________

A al, 1 2
ctu 9 8

E ated, 1 3
stim
90

E ated, 1 2
stim
99

$145, 000, 000. 00
400, 000. 00

$150, 000, 000. 00
400, 000. 00

$142, 934, 780. 98
527, 975. 32

500. 00
15, 000. 00
225, 000. 00
900, 500. 00

500. 00
15, 000. 00
275, 000. 00
1, 265, 500. 00

18, 827. 34
489, 074. 38
767, 505. 53
144, 738, 163. 55
3, 547, 896. 58

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued-_ __
Total, refund of receipts, internal revenue------------ -------

146, 541, 000. 00

151,. 956, 000. 00

148, 286, 060. 13

Total ordinary expenditures, Treasury Department___

1, 005, 240, 765. 00

1, 052, 732, 942. 00

1, 097, 556, 378. 83

II. REDUCTION IN PRINCIPAL OF THE PUBLIC DEBT RE­
QUIRED TO BE PAID FROM ORDINARY RECEIPTS:
(a) Sinking fund—
1. Second Liberty loan_________________________ ___________
2. Treasury notes_____________________________ ________
Total, sinking fund (a ) ______________ * --------------------

334, 741, 300. 00
20, 000. 000. 00
379, 524, 100. 00

370, 182, 050. 00

(6) Purchases from foreign repayments—
1. Second Liberty loan___________________ __________________
2. Treasury notes
____ ____________________________ _____
3. Treasury certificates of indebtedness_________ ____________

354, 741, 300. 00
386, 700. 00
1, 048, 800. 00
17, 632, 500. 00

Total, purchases from foreign repayments (b) _ -------------

10, 783, 500. 00

10, 219, 300. 00

19, 068, 000. 00

(c) Foreign payments under debt settlement, principal and interest—
1. Treasury notes--------------------------------------------- -----------------

160, 185, 000. 00

160, 995, 000. 00

162, 736, 050. 00

(d) Retirements from receipts from estate taxes—

1. Second Liberty loan bonds_______________________ ________
2. Third Liberty loan bonds_ ______________________________
_
3. Fourth Liberty loan bonds________ _______________________

1, 000. 00
400.00
100.00

Total retirements from receipts from estate taxes_____
(e) Redemption of securities from Federal reserve banks and Federal
intermediate credit banks, franchise-tax receipts, and old debt
items
__ _________ __________ - _________________

1, 500. 00

2, 375, 000. 00

875, 000. 00

618, 367. 05

(f) Retirements from gifts, forfeitures, and other miscellaneous

receipts—
1. First Liberty loan. _______ ________________________ _____
2. Second Liberty loan________________ ______ ____________ 3. Third Liberty loan______ ________________________________
4. Fourth Liberty loan______________ ______________________
5. Victory Liberty loan notes________________ _____________
6. Treasury notes___________ ________________________ ______
7. Treasury certificates___________________ __________________
8. Treasury bonds- _______ - ________ ___________________ _
9. War saving and thrift stamps ___________________________




4, 050. 00
40, 900. 00
29, 600. 00
2, 862, 750. 00
500.00
400.00
1, 000. 00
150,000. 00
603. 25

Total retirements from gifts, forfeitures, etc___________

200, 000. 00

200, 000. 00

3, 089, 803. 25

Total net reduction in principal of the public debt
required to be paid from ordinary receipts___________

553, 067, 600. 00

542, 471, 350. 00

540, 255, 020. 30

Total, Treasury Department_____________ ___________

1, 558, 308, 365. 00

1, 595, 204, 292. 00

1, 637, 811, 399. 13

a33

BU D G E T STATEM ENTS

No. 2 .— Estimated expenditures, fiscal year 1930, compared with prior years—Continued
D e ta il

by

C h a r a c te r

op

E x p e n d itu r e s

U nder

O r g a n iz a tio n

U n its —

E ated, 1 3
stim
00

C
lassification

Continued

E ated 1 2
stim , 0 9

A
ctual, 1 2
98

/
I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES:
12. W A R D E P A R T M E N T —
(a) General expenditures—
Military activities and departmental—

1. Salaries, War Department—
1. Office of Secretary of W ar_____________ _____ ____ __
2. Office of Chief of~Staff ______ ___________ ____________
3. Adjutant General's office____ _________ _ ___________
4. Office of the Inspector General________________________
5. Office of the Judge Advocate General__ ____ ___ ______
6. Office of the Chief of Finance , _______________________
7. Office of the Quartermaster General_________ _ _ ______
8. Office of the Chief Signal Officer_____________ __________
9. Office of the Chief of Air Corps. ______________ _____
10. Office of the Surgeon General______ ____________ _____
11. Office of Chief of Bureau of Insular Affairs__________ _
12. Office of Chief of Engineers__________ _____________ __
13. Office of Chief of Ordnance__________________________
14. Office of Chief of Chemical Warfare Service___ _________
15. Office of Chief of Coast Aitillery________________ _______
16. Militia Bureau, War Department_______________________
17. Expanses of administration of war ftlaim
a
Total, salaries, War Department. _______________

2. Office of Secretary of War—
1. Contingent expenses, War Department, including sta­
_
tionery and postage._ __ ________________________
2. Printing and binding___________ _________ _____________
3. Administrative expenses, World War adjusted compensa­
tion act__ ________________________ ____ ___________
4. Contingencies of the Army__________________ _ ______
Total, office of Secretary of War____ ______________
3. General Staff Corps—
1. Contingencies, Military Intelligence Division, General
Staff Corps----------------- --------------------------- --------- -------4. Army War College__________ — ______________________ .
5. Adjutant General's Department—
1. Contingencies, headquarters of military departments, etc..
2. Command and General Staff School, Fort Leavenworth,
Kans____ ___________
___________ ___________ _
3. Military post exchanges----------------- —
______________
4. Miscellaneous______ ___________________________ ____ „
Total, Adjutant General's Department______________
6. Finance Department—
-----------------------------------1. Pav of the Army________
2. Mileage of the Army---------------------------- ----- -------------3. Expenses of courts-martial------------------ ----------------- _
4. Apprehension of deserters, etc
---------------------------------5. Finance service-------------------------- ---- _
6. Claims and miscellaneous items______ ______ _______ __
7. A r m v account of advances______________ .______________
8. Pav of the Army, deposit fund. _ _______
- _______
9. Other trust funds _________________________ __________

$244, 500. 00
231, 000. 00
1, 421, 000. 00
27, 200. 00
112, 000. 00
372, 000. 00
797, 000. 00
100, 000. 00
219, 000. 00
269, 500. 00
81, 800. 00
121, 800. 00
426, 000. 00
44, 000. 00
24, 800. 00
145, 000. 00

$233, 833. 00
227, 459. 00
1, 432, 160. 00
27, 200. 00
105, 455. 00
368, 400. 00
800, 000. 00
100, 000. 00
233, 000. 00
270, 936. 00
81, 631. 00
126, 000. 00
427, 300. 00
44, 000. 00
24, 686. 00
144, 168. 00
151, 234. 00

$222, 365. 47
208, 849. 74
1, 354, 881. 68
24, 671. 64
82, 881. 78
344, 289. 52
671, 325. 37
56, 765. 83
202, 309. 09
260, 633. 41
76, 439. 64
116, 111. 71
154, 620. 17
21, 289. 12
23, 149. 64
131, 526. 77

4, 636, 600. 00

4, 797, 462. 00

3, 952, 110. 58

151, 250. 00
481, 000. 00

134, 300. 00
469, 000. 00

143, 268. 81
581, 639. 55

10, 000. 00

107, 400. 00
10, 000. 00

35, 253. 48
4, 349. 14

642, 250. 00

720, 700. 00

764, 510. 98

62, 400. 00
78, 000. 00

62, 400. 00
76, 993. 00

59, 283. 69
67, 885. 38

4, 500. 00

4, 500. 00

3, 886. 94

41, 400. 00
72, 000. 00

41, 400. 00
72, 200. 00

42, 282. 67
86, 580. 48
1, 158. 32

117, 900. 00

118, 100. 00

133, 908. 41

1, 300, 000. 00

1, 200, 000. 00
900. 00

129,188, 688. 28
751, 256. 52
79,126. 17
112, 282. 06
1, 036, 444. 59
111, 522. 93
i 1, 721, 346. 48
1, 221, 979. 03
i 15, 834. 97

134,115, 500.
740, 000.
80, 000.
170, .000.
1, 110, 000.
41, 900.

00
00
00
00
00
00

130, 920, 796.
720, 000.
70, 000.
170, 000.
1, 118, 000.
76, 702.

00
00
00
00
00
00

137, 557, 400. 00

134, 276, 398. 00

130, 764,118. 13

7. Quartermaster Corps—
1. Subsistence of the Army --------------- ----------------------------2. Regular supplies— ----— ---------- ------------ _ _ -------3. Clothing and equipage --------------- ----------- — -----------4. Incidental expenses______
_________ —
5. Army transportation----------------------------------6 . Horses for Cavalrv, Artillery, Engineers, etc___ _________
7. Construction of buildings, etc., at military posts-------------8. Barracks and quarters and other buildings and utilities_
_
9. Shooting galleries and ranges----------------------- ----------10* Rent of buildings, Quartermaster Corps-------------------------11. Sewerage system, Fort Monroe, Va------------- ---------------12. Construction and repair of hospitals------------------------------13. Miscellaneous items_______ _________________________ ___

24, 350, 000. 00
10, 050, 000. 00
5, 825, 000. 00
3, 920, 000. 00
16, 800, 000. 00
480, 000. 00
17,100, 000. 00
11, 775, 000. 00
39, 000. 00
15, 300. 00
16, 866. 00
575,000. 00

24,100, 000. 00
10, 280, 000. 00
6, 600, 000. 00
3, 890, 000. 00
17, 600, 000. 00
529, 000. 00
10, 340, 000. 00
12, 776, 800. 00
41, 500. 00
15, 300. 00
16, 860. 00
660, 000. 00
117, 450. 00

24, 297, 088. 66
11, 943, 546. 75
6,158,134. 86
3, 575, 694. 01
15,165, 876. 71
509,325. 21
5,389,678. 12
8, 286, 348. 29
43,195. 02
15,222. 56
18,987. 16
987,499.11
678,593. 99

Total, Quartermaster Corps-------------------------- -----------

90, 946,166. 00

86, 966, 910. 00

77,069,190. 46

Total under Finance Department_____ - ___________

* Deduct—excess of credits.




a34

TH E B U D G E T ,

N o . 2 .— Estimated expenditures, Jiscal year
D e ta il by C h aracter

or

193 0

19S0, compared with prior years— C ontinued

Expenditures Under Organization Units — Continued

Classification
I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
12. W A R D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
(a) General expenditures—Continued.
Military activities and departmental— Continued.
8. Seacoast defenses—
1. United States—
1. Signal Corps____________________
2. Corps of Engineers______________
3. Ordnance Department___________
4. Coast Artillery Corps_________ _
Total, seacoast defenses, United States.
2. Insular possessions—
1. Signal Corps_________
2. Corps of Engineers___
3. Ordnance Department.
4. Coast Artillery CorpsTotal, seacoast defenses, insular possessions.
3. Panama Canal—
1. Signal Corps_________
2. Corps of Engineers___
3. Ordnance Department.
4. Coast Artillery Corps..
5. Quartermaster Corps. .

Estimated, 19
30

$115, 000. 00
505, 000. 00
977, 000. 00
145, 000. 00
1, 742, 000. 00

Actual, 19 8
2

Estimated, 1 2
99

00
00
00
00

$147, 360. 70
444, 249. 87
» 28, 668. 31
189, 450. 56

1, 836, 298. 00

752, 392. 82

$117, 260.
413, 100.
999, 938.
306, 000.

93, 000. 00
319, 000. 00
279, 000. 00
215, 000. 00

35, 500.
389, 000.
300, 000.
276, 000.

906, 000. 00

1, 000, 500. 00

30, 200. 00
479, 100. 00
124, 600. 00
200, 000. 00

278. 83
429. 06
519. 79
919. 80

664, 147. 48
10, 347. 19
431, 423.15
620, 345. 38
103, 346. 32
170. 49

833, 900. 00

1, 158, 400. 00

1, 165, 632. 53

3, 481, 900. 00

3, 995, 198. 00

2, 582, 172. 83

3, 097, 700. 00

2, 240, 838. 00

2, 090, 960. 68

26, 981, 000. 00
5, 730, 000. 00

22, 998, 800. 00
607, 000. 00

18, 152, 721. 29
1, 285, 000. 00

Total, Air Corps.

32, 711, 000. 00

23, 605, 800. 00

19, 437, 721. 29

11. Medical Department—
1. Medical and hospital department___
2. Hospital care, Canal Zone garrisons-.
3. Army Medical Museum and Library.

1, 660, 000. 00
40, 000. 00
28, 000. 00

869, 000. 00
40, 000. 00
28, 000. 00

1, 067, 774. 43
36, 666. 67
29, 194. 08

1, 728, 000. 00

937, 000. 00

1,133, 635.18

400. 00

425. 00

11, 854. 61

Total, seacoast defenses_______________
9. Signal Corps—
1. Signal service of the Army10. Air Corps—
1. Air Corps, Army, expenses____
2* Air Corps, Army, public works.

Total, Medical Department.
12. Bureau of Insular Affairs—
1. Care of insane Filipino and Porto Rican soldiers, etc.
13. Corps of Engineers—
1. Engineer depots___________________________________
2. Engineer school___________________________________
3. Engineer equipment of troops______________________
4. Engineer operations in the field_____________________
5. Military surveys and maps_________________________
6. Miscellaneous_____________________________________
Total, Corps of Engineers.
14. Ordnance Department—
1. Ordnance service________ _
2. Ordnance stores, ammunition.
3. Manufacture of arms________
4. Ordnance stores and supplies.
5. Automatic rifles_____________
6. Tanks______________________
7. Field Artillery armament____
8. Proving grounds, Army______
9. Repairs of arsenals__________
10. Miscellaneous items_________
Total, Ordnance Department.
*Deduct—
excea of credits.




90, 000.
23, 200.
400, 000.
88, 000.
79, 000.

00
00
00
00
00

94,
23,
214,
85,
126,

400.
000.
000.
000.

22,
95,
435,
110,

00
00
00
00

Total, seacoast defenses, Panama Canal.

34,
620,
300,
204,

00
00
00
00

000.
000.
500.
000.
500.

00
00
00
00
00

88, 498. 31
31, 704. 52
75, 371. 14
74, 419. 22
65, 913. 03
1 25, 970. 91

680, 200. 00

543, 000. 00

309, 935. 31

1, 061, 600.00
3, 146, 000.00
302, 000.00
714, 600.00
231, 500.00
425, 500.00
2, 822, 200.00
162, 400.00
1, 907, 000.00
701, 600.00

999, 970.00
3, 762, 000.00
299, 952.00
574, 690.00
300, 000.00
224, 500.00
2, 566, 463.00
160, 000.00
775, 000.00
2, 569, 160.00

1, 019, 870. 95
2, 511, 446. 56
406, 252. 78
558, 458. 13
397, 653. 97
350, 207. 71
1, 778, 813. 49
126, 846. 77
776, 290. 17
1 1,145, 293. 01

11, 474, 400. 00

12, 231, 735. 00

6, 780, 547. 52

a35

BUD GET STATEM ENTS

N o . 2 .— Estimated

expenditures, fiscal year 1980, compared with prior years— C ontin ued

D etail by C habacter of E xpenditures U nder Organicahon U nits— Continued
Classification

Estimated, 1030

Estimated, 1929

I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
12. W A R DEPARTM ENT-Continued.
(a) General expenditures— Continued.
Military activities and departmental— Continued.
15. Chemical Warfare Service—
1. Chemical Warfare Service, Army. _________ ___________

$1, 268, 000. 00

$1, 322, 700. 00

$1, 250, 915. 52

16. Chief of Infantry—
1. Infantry School, Fort Benning, Ga____ ________________
2. Tank service_____________________________________ _____

38, 300. 00
27, 600. 00

38, 000. 00
27, 000. 00

33, 729. 50
24, 580. 01

Total, Chief of Infantry________________________

Actual, 1928

65, 900. 00

65, 000. 00

58, 309. 51

17. Chief of Cavalry: Cavalry Schoolj Fort Riley, Kans__________
18* Chief of Field Artillery: Field Artillery school and instruction__
19. Chief of Coast Artillery: Coast Artillery School, Fort Monroe,
_
_______________ __
Va_ _______ _________________

20, 600. 00
26, 000. 00

19, 100. 00
24, 700. 00

16, 137. 51
24, 205. 59

29, 200. 00

29, 000. 00

25, 455. 75

20. Military Academy—
1. Pay_________________________________ ______ __________
2. Maintenance__________________________ ________ __
3. Buildings___________ __ ___________________________

1, 236, 000. 00
1,124, 000. 00
600, 000. 00

1, 212, 350. 00
1,116, 700. 00
261, 600. 00

1, 204, 730. 00
1, 083, 438. 58
798, 567. 19

Total, Military Academy__________ _________________

2, 960, 000. 00

2, 590, 650. 00

3, 086, 735. 77

21. Militia Bureau—
1. Arming, equipping, and training the National Guard____
2. Armory drill pay_______ _____________ __________
___
3. Arms, uniforms, equipment, etc., for field service, National
Guard___ ___________________ _________ ________

16,115, 700. 00
10, 689, 000. 00

14, 644, 644. 00
11, 400, 000. 00

16,124, 032. 46
11, 066, 226. 38

6, 051, 000. 00

4, 450, 000. 00

5,190, 307. 77

Total, Militia Bureau. _ ___________________________

32, 855, 700. 00

30, 494, 644. 00

32, 380, 566. 61

22. Organized Reserves________ ________________________________

5, 225, 000. 00

5, 336, 571. 00

3, 823, 916. 55

23. Citizens’ military training—
1. Reserve Officers’ Training Corps________________________
2. Supplies for schools and colleges _______________________
3. Citizens’ military training camps_______________________

3,480, 000. 00
8, 900. 00
2, 573, 000. 00

2, 619, 678. 00
8, 900. 00
2, 650,000. 00

3, 706, 340. 25
4, 819.11
2, 858, 754. 43

Total, citizens7military training______ _____ ________

6, 061, 900, 00

5, 278, 578. 00

6, 569, 913. 79

24. National Board for Promotion of Rifle Practice______________
25. Special deposit accounts____________________ ________________

667, 500. 00

735, 585. 00

304, 518. 22
590,504.56

Total, military activities and departmental_________

336, 394,116. 00

316, 469,487. 00

293, 289, 014. 42

1* Finance Department: Annuities__________________________

6,275. 00

5, 400.00

5,275. 00

2. Quartermaster Corps—
1. National cemeteries--------------------------------------------------2. National military parks and national monuments______

1, 061, 650. 00
415, 940. 00

1, 098, 000. 00
471, 000. 00

1,273, 914 52
242, 590. 78

Total, Quartermaster Corps________________________

1,477, 590. 00

1, 569, 000. 00

1, 516, 505. 30

3. Signal Corps: Washington-Alaska Military Cable and Tele­
graph System_________________________________________

171, 900. 00

165, 000. 00

160,264 71

75, 000. 00
900.00

43, 000. 00
900.00
9, 800. 00

59, 617. 06
640.64
12, 707. 67

75,900. 00

53,700. 00

72,965. 37

Nonmilitary activities—

4. Medical Department—
1. Artificial limbs______________________________________
2. Trusses and appliances for disabled soldiers___________
3. Medical and surgical history of the World War_________
Total, Medical Department------------------------------------5. Corps of Engineers—
1. Miscellaneous objects—
1. Improvements, birthplace of George Washington,
Wakefield, Va-------------------------------------------------2. Expenses, California Debris Commission__________
3. Government wharf, Juneau, Alaska-----------------------4. Miscellaneous items.
____. _____ _____ _________ _




Total, miscellaneous objects under Corps of

i
2,500. 00
15,300. 00

3,500.00
15,34a 00
15, ooa oo
ioo, ooa oo

3, 069. 76
15,043.17
14,858. 85
1,904 20

17,800.00

133,84a 00

34,875.98

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th e

b u d g e t,

1930

No. 2.— Estimated expenditures, fiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— Continued
D e ta il

bt

C h a b a cte b

of

E x p e n d itu r e s

U nder

U n its —

E stim ated, 1930

Classification

I. ORDINARY EXPENDITURES— Continued.
12. W A R D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
(a) General expenditures— Continued.
Nonmilitary activities— Continued.
5. Corps of Engineers—Continued.
2. Roads in Alaska—
1. Construction and maintenance of roads, bridges,
and trails, Alaska____________
____ _________
2. Wagon roads, bridges, and trails, Alaska fund_____
3. Funds contributed for improvement of roads,
bridges, and trails, Alaska_____________ _______
Total, roads in Alaska_________________ _____
3. Rivers and harbors—
1. Maintenance and improvement of existing river
and harbor works_______ , ______ _______ _______
2. Muscle Shoals_____________ - ________ _________
3. Flood relief________ ______ __________ ________
4. Flood control______ __ __________________ _____
5. Permanent specific and indefinite appropriations__
6. Funds contributed for river and harbor improve­
ments and flood control______________ _______
Total, rivers and harbors

O r g a n iz a tio n

_________________

Total, Corps of Engineers. _____

___ ____

Continued
Actual, 1928

Estim ated, 1929

$500, 000. 00
125, 000. 00

$825, 000. 00
125, 000. 00

$845, 394. 38
125, 460. 53

200, 000. 00

200, 000. 00

178, 743. 66

825, 000. 00

1, 150, 000. 00

1, 149, 598. 57

50, 080, 200. 00
270, 000. 00
36, 170, 000. 00
5, 997, 600. 00

50, 100, 000.
275, 000.
1, 500, 000.
26, 500, 000.
6, 397, 600.

00
00
00
00
00

Total, soldiers’ homes_______ !________ __________
8.
9.
10.
11*.
12.

Inland Waterways Corporation_ * ______________
_
____
War claims, judgments, and relief a c ts _______ ___________
Trust funds— Estates of deceased soldiers_________________
Special deposit accounts_______________ ______ ____ _______
Miscellaneous items_______________________________ ______
Total, nonmilitary activities__________________________

1, 453, 600. 00

2, 640, 487. 15

93, 577, 800. 00

86, 226, 200. 00

72, 851, 745. 03

94, 420, 600. 00

87, 510, 040. 00

74, 036, 219. 58
5, 500, 000. 00

8, 129, 000. 00

8, 600, 000. 00

7, 664, 760. 30

560, 000. 00

560, 000. 00

105, 700. 18

664, 000. 00
98, 000. 00

695, 000. 00
98, 000. 00

573, 874. 67
659, 579. 55
106, 197. 65

9, 451, 000. 00

9, 953, 000. 00

9,110, 112. 35

1, 500, 000. 00

1, 500, 000. 00

107, 103, 265. 00

100, 756, 140. 00

1, 000, 000. 00
2, 859, 223. 64
20, 384. 88
77, 301. 49
1, 816. 15
94, 360, 068 47
387, 649, 082. 89
2, 891, 720. 60

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued_____
Total, War Department, exclusive of Panama Canal,
___ __ ____ _
general expenditures (a)__ _______

13, 271, 218. 68
7, 274, 500. 42

1, 060, 000, 00

6. Purchase of Cape Cod Canal______________ ______ ________
7. Soldiers* homes-^1. National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, support.
2. National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, build­
ings. _ *._______ __
_
_____________ ______________
3. State and Territorial homes for disabled soldiers and
sailors___________________ _____________________ ____
4. Soldiers’ Home permanent fund_____________________
5. Soldiers’ Home interest account_______________ ______

48, 954, 987. 52
710, 551. 26

443, 497, 381. 00

417, 225, 627. 00

8, 100, 000. 00
820, 000. 00
1, 191, 000. 00

8,184, 708. 00
722, 967. 00
1,162, 693. 00

390, 540, 803. 49

(J) Panama Canal—

1.
2.
3.
4.

Maintenance and operation________________ _
___ _
Sanitation, Canal Zone_ _____ _ _______ ____
_
_
_
Civil government, Panama Canal and Canal Zone ____
Special deposit accounts_________________________ ______

Total, War Department, including Panama Canal_ ___________
_




53
10
32
15

10, 522, 497. 10
73, 617. 27

Adjustment between cash expenditures and checks issued_________
Total, Panama Canal (see Statement No. 8 for operations on
accrual basis)________________ - _____ __ ________ _______

8, 513,182.
939, 389.
1, 054, 045.
15, 880.

10, 111, 000 . 0 0

10, 070, 368. 00

10, 448, 879. 83

453, 608, 381. 00

427, 295, 995. 00

400, 989, 683. 32

B D E STA E E T
UGT
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N o . 2 .— Estimated

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expenditures, fiscal year 1980, compared with prior years— C ontin ued

D etail by C haracter op Expenditures U nder Organization Units— Continued
Estimated, 1030

Classification

Actual, 1928

Estimated, 1029

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES FOR PUBLIC WORKS UNDER
WAR DEPARTMENT, INCLUDED ABOVE
m il it a r y

Construction of buildings, etc., at military posts. _ ____ _ _________ _
Barracks and quarters and other buildings and utilities
_______
Construction and repair of hospitals____ - ______ __________ ________
Miscellaneous:
____
- ________________
Acquisition of land, Selfridge Field.
Acquisition of land, Schofield Barracks.________ ____________ ____
Acquisition of land, Fort Monmouth
■Sitas for military posts , . _
...
__
Seacoast defenses, insular department, Engineers
_____ ____________
Seacoast defenses, Panama Canal, Engineers. ___
______- _____ _____
Air Corps, Army_
_
___ __ _ _________ ___________________________
Repairs of arsenals
___
______
___
___
________
Ammunition-storage facilities
^
...
__ .
Military Academy, buildings________________
„ ___ _________ _______
Total, military, public works________________________ ______ ____

$17, 100, 000. 00

138, 440. 00
223, 300. 00
5, 730, 000. 00
1, 102, 000. 00
531, 000. 00
600, 000. 00
25, 424, 740. 00

$10, 340, 000. 00
47, 200. 00
85, 000. 00
1, 750.
34, 700.
1, 000.
80, 000.
64, 650.
514, 750.
607, 000.
1, 000, 000.
1, 383, 160.
308, 028.

$3, 460, 743. 19
68, 300, 00

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

369, 201. 00
1, 285, 000. 00
I’ 104,"266.'64
6, 287, 510. 83

14, 467, 238. 00

NONM ILITARY

National cemeteries- _________ __________ _________ __ ___ _______ __
National tnilif.ary parks and Tnnnnmpnta.., ,
Wharf and walks, Jamestown, Va___
______
______ - ____ _____
Protection of Government property adjacent to Lowell Creek, Alaska____
Wharf at Juneau, Alaska™. _
________
________
____ _____
Maintenance and improvement of existing river and harbor works._____
Flood relief, Mississippi River_________________ - ____________ _ ___
Flood control, Mississippi River and tributaries_________________________
Flood control, Sacramento River_ ______- ________
. ______________
Return of funds, contributed for flood control, Sacramento River. ________
Funds contributed for river and harbor improvements____ _____ ______
Funds contributed for flood control, Mississippi River and tributaries____
Funds advanced for river and harbor improvements________________
Funds contributed for flood control, Sacramento River__________________
Construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, and trails, Alaska______
Maintenance and operation, Panama Canal. ___________________________
Sanitation, Canal Zone, Panama Canal___ _______________ ______ *____

83, 641. 00
15, 000. 00

253, 700. 00
188, 100. 00

244, 400.
181, 700.
15, 000.
100, 000.

00
00
00
00

31, 953, 720. 00

34, 300, 000.
1, 500, 000.
16, 700, 000.
400, 000.

00
00
00
00

740, 000.
250, 000.
50, 000.
200, 000.
275, 000.

00
00
00
00
00

735, 097. 00
1, 354, 183. 09
214, 726. 87
312, 676. 21
218, 093. 17

29, 000, 000.
1, 000, 000.
4, 370, 000.
400, 000.

00
00
00
00

14," 858." 85
30, 699, 478. 83
8,"026," 271.”38
398, 622. 79

1, 500, 000. 00
80, 000. 00

Total, nonmilitary, public works. . . ________________ __________

68, 745, 520. 00

54, 956, 100. 00

42, 072, 649. 19

Total, public works, War Department_____ _____________________

94,170, 260. 00

69, 423, 338. 00

48, 360, 160. 02

2, 090, 000.
6, 640, 000.
3, 715, 000.
4, 235, 000.
4, 425, 000.
12, 000, 000.
1, 203, 000.
215, 447.

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

2, 088, 721. 00
6, 500, 000. 00
3, 709, 007. 00
4, 200, 000. 00
4, 511, 695. 00
12, 000, 000. 00
2, 000, 000. 00
214, 000. 00

1, 759, 720. 88
5, 686,163. 90
3, 451, 372. 24
4, 349, 577. 47
4, 551, 890. 34
11, 894, 418. 27
3, 037, 063. 88
137, 663. 72

Total, general fund___________________________ _____

34, 523, 447. 00

35, 223, 423. 00

34, 867, 870. 70

2. Public service enterprises________ _________ ____ ________
3. Trust and special funds__________________________________

1, 776,160. 00
3, 077, 500. 00

1, 540, 000. 00
2, 700, 000. 00

2, 168, 244. 54
2, 363, 507. 20

Total, District of Columbia, general expenditures (a) __

39, 377,107. 00

39, 463, 423. 00

39, 399, 622. 44

13. D IS T R IC T O F C O L U M B IA —
(a) General expenditures—
1. General fund—
1. General government_____________ __________ _______
2. Protection of life and property___ ____________________
3. Health and sanitation_______ ____________
_______
4. Highways__ ____________ _______
_______________
5. Public welfare._ _____ _______________________
_
6. Education_________________________________ ________
7. Recreation__________ _____________ ________________
8. Miscellaneous. _ __________ . ______________________

(n) Investment of teachers’ retirement fund. _ _________ __________
Total, District of Columbia.
Unclassified items_____

_ _________

___ ____________

___________________

Total expenditure payable from ordinary receipt# _




585, 000. 00

580, 000. 00

513, 917. 75

39, 962,107. 00

40, 043, 423. 00

39, 913, 540. 19

___________________________

Total ordinary expenditures_______

i Dd ct—oflB cre its.
e u a e of d
x

__________

* 198, 554. 39
3, 227, 652. 047. 00

3, 252, 274,119. 00

. , „ 3, 780, 719, 647. 00

3, 794, 745, 469.00

3,103,264, 854. 83
,

3, 643, 519,875. 13
i ,...1 . 1 r ~ s ■
sm

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THE B U D G E T , 1 93 0

N o . 2 .—Estimated expenditures, fiscal

year 1930, compared with, prior years— C ontinued

D etail by C habacter of Expenditures Under Organization U nits— Continued
Actual, 1928

Estimated, 1930

Estimated, 1929

Legislative establishment__________________________
Executive Office and independent establishments___
Department of Agriculture________________________
Department of Commerce_________________________
Department of the Interior________________________
Department of Justice____________________________
Department of Labor_____________________________
Navy Department________________________________
Post Office Department (payable from the Treasury) _
State Department________I________________________
Treasury Department_____________________________
War Department__________________________________
District of Columbia______________________________
Unclassified items_________________________________

$19, 520, 299. 00
693, 613, 301. 00
165, 230, 754. 00
52,153, 000. 00
311, 753, 069. 00
28,171, 000. 00
10, 637, 362. 00
361, 795, 000. 00
71, 209, 325. 00
14, 757, 684. 00
1, 558, 308, 365.00
453, 608, 381. 00
39, 962, 107. 00

$17, 999, 287. 00
673, 315, 492* 00
161, 510, 724. 00
40, 905, 000.00
317, 692, 215. 00
27, 751, 720. 00
11, 667, 000. 00
384, 619, 100. 00
83, 495, 830. 00
13, 245, 391.00
1, 595, 204, 292. 00
427, 295, 995. 00
40, 043, 423. 00

$16, 402, 048. 28
642, 392, 957. 53
159, 914, 696. 27
34, 383, 165. 32
299,108, 806. 37
27, 600, 254. 81
9, 821, 480. 97
331, 335, 491. 98
32, 356, 895. 27
11, 688, 010. 08
, 637, 811, 399. 13
400, 989, 683. 32
39, 913, 540. 19
* 198, 554. 39

Total expenditures payable from ordinary receipts________________
Expenditures from postal revenues, exclusive of deficiency in postal reve­
nues, which is included in expenditures from ordinary receipts_________

3, 780, 719, 647. 00

3, 794, 745, 469. 00

3, 643, 519, 875. 13

735, 000, 000. 00

707, 000, 000. 00

693, 633, 921. 45

4, 515, 719, 647. 00

4, 501, 745, 469. 00

4, 337,153, 796. 58

Classification

SUMMARY, INCLUDING POSTAL SERVICE

Total expenditures.
* Deduct—excess of credits.




B D E ST T M N S
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B udget Statem ent N o . 3

Estimated receipts, exclusive oj postal revenues, jiscal year 1930, compared with prior years
O r d in a r y

R e c e ip t s

Classification

D e t a il e d

Sources

by

's

U nder

O r g a n iz a t io n

U n it s

Actual, 1928

Estimated, 1929

Estimated, 1930

1. L E G IS L A T IV E :
1. Senate—
(») Proceeds sale of surplus property___________________
2. House of Representatives—
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property__________________ , _

$1, 000. 00

$1, 000. 00

$1, 047. 22

1, 000, 00

1, 000. 00

1, 374. 52

3. Office of Architect of the Capitol—
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property --------------------------------(I) Other miscellaneous receipts—sale of light, heat, power,
i
etc__________________________________ , . - ________

1, 500. 00

1, 650. 00.

2, 053. 03

156, 155. 00

155, 00

_- _ -

157, 655. 00

1, 805. 00

2, 053. 03

4. Government Printing Office—
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property_____________ ________
(1) Other miscellaneous receipts—sale of public documents, _

^5, 000. 00
225, 000. 00

55, 000. 00
225, 000. 00

56, 926. 24
221, 103. 92

280, 000. 00

280, ooo: 00

278, 030. 16

Total, Office of Architect of the Capitol__ __

Total, Government Printing Office__________________
5. Library of Congress—
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property____ ______ _______ ____
(I) Other miscellaneous receipts—
1. Copyright fees__________________________________
2. Sale of photoduplications______ ____ __
____
3. Sale of card indexes__________ __ _ ___________
4. Gifts and contributions__________________________
5. Trust funds— interest income______________ _____
_
6. Miscellaneous ite m s._ ______ * _____ ______

566. 12
250, 000.
3, 000.
230, 000.
205, 000.

00
00
00
00

250, 000.
2, 900.
210, 000.
200, 000.

00
00
00
00

192, 262.
2, 682.
195, 083.
251, 384.
17, 825.
55.

15
80
32
65
45
23

500. 00

450. 00

Total, other miscellaneous receipts (t)_ , ______
__

688, 500. 00

663, 350. 00

659, 293. 60

Total, Library of Congress___________________

688, 500. 00

663, 350. 00

659, 859. 72

6. Miscellaneous—
(fc) Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to
to appropriations_____ ____________________________
(Z Other miscellaneous receipts—
)
1. Gifts and contributions_ __ ___________________
_
2. Interest, premium, and discount- ________ _ _

105. 60
20, 835. 63
3, 627. 98

.

24, 463. 61

Total, other miscellaneous receipts_____________
Total, legislative receipts______________________

1, 128, 155. 00

947, 155. 00

666,933.86

2. E X E C U T IV E O F F IC E A N D IN D E P E N D E N T E S T A B ­
L IS H M E N T S :
1. Executive Office—
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property_______________________
(k) Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to
appropriations____ _______ _________________________

25. 00

75. 00

83a 51

Total, Executive Office___________________________

25. 00

75. 00

3, 716. 68

2. Board of Tax Appeals—
(0 Other miscellaneous receipts—fees_________ ___________
3. Civil Service Commission—
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property_______________________

90, 000. 00

72, 000. 00

101,109. 20

100.00

22.17

4. Employees’ Compensation Commission—
(Z Other miscellaneous receipts—
)
1. Copying fees_____________________ _____ ,_________
2. Trust funds— Longshoreman_____________________

50. 00

50.00

29.20
6, 000. 00

Total, Employees’ Compensation Commission__

5a 00

50.00

6, 029. 20

5. Federal Board for Vocational Education—
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property_ ____________________
_
(I) Other miscellaneous receipts—interest on public deposits.

15. 00
40,000. 00

10.00
55,000. 00

34.65
65,143. 26

Total, Federal Board for Vocational Education________

40, 015. 00

55, 010. 00

65,177. 91




2, 886. 17

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THE B U D G E T ,

1930

N o. 3.— Estimated receipts, exclusive oj •postal revenues, fiscal year 19S0, compared with prior years— Continued
Ordinary Receipts Detailed by Sources Under Organization Units— Continued
C ssifica n
la
tio

Estimated, 1930

2# E X E C U T IV E O F F IC E A N D IN D E P E N D E N T E S T A B ­
L IS H M E N T S —Continued.
6. Federal Power Commission—
(I) Other miscellaneous receipts—
1. Fees, fines, penalties, etc.—licenses and copying
fees {I) _______________________________________
7. Federal Reserve Board—
(Z Other miscellaneous receipts—assessments on Federal
)
reserve banks for salaries and expenses, Federal Re­
serve Board________________________________________

Estimated, 1929

Actual, 1928

$483, 200. 00

$438, 700. 00

$307. 057. 11

2, 605, 741. 00

3, 104, 241. 00

1, 898, 684. 45

8. Federal Trade Commission—
(f) Other miscellaneous receipts—
1. Reimbursement tor Government property lost or
damaged
________ done by Federal Trade Commission
2. Work
Tntfll, Federal Trade Commission

18, 082. 30
1 * 00
1.
18, 093. 30

9. General Accounting Office—
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property..____________________

3, 000. 00

6,000. 00

7, 771. 35

(I) Other miscellaneous receipts—
1. Assessments and reimbursements—damages to
Government property________ __ _____ ____*
2u Miscellaneous items
.
__

89. 45
1. 51

Total, other miscellaneous receipts (I )_________

90. 96

Total, General Accounting Office

„ * _ ____

10. Housing Corporation—
(g) Proceeds Government-owned securities—all other—
1. Interest, premium, discount, etc.— interest on
loans _________ ________ ____ _________
2. Repayment of loans (principal)________ _____ __
Total, proceeds Government-owned securities—
all other (g) __________ __ ____ _____ ____
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property— disposal of properties _
(l) Other miscellaneous receipts—revenue-producing enter­
prises— operation of properties______ __ _____ ____

3, 000.40

6, 000. 00

7, 862. 31

86, 000. 00

147, 000. 00
10, 000. 00

317, 352. 16
65. 36

86, 000. 00

157, 000. 00

317, 417. 52

818, 000. 00

1, 085, 000. 00

1, 242, 143, 24

t

305, 000. 00

330, 000. 00

399, 255. 23

____

1, 209, 000. 00

1, 572, 000. 00

1, 958, 815. 99

11. Interstate Commerce Commission—
(f) Other miscellaneous receipts—
1. Fees, fines, penalties, etc.— certifying railroad
tariffs, etc__ ______ ________ ___ ______ ____
2. Reimbursements—sale of printed forms__ ____
3. Miscellaneous___
___ ____ ______ __________

8,000.00
7, 000. 00
1, 000. 00

10, 000. 00
7,000.00
1, 000. 00

13, 739. 06
16a 19
284. 50

Total, other miscellaneous receipts ( / ) - . . _______

16, 000. 00

18, 000. 00

14, 189. 75

Total under Interstate Commerce Commission. __

Total, Housing Corporation_____ ________

16, 000. 00

18, 000. 00

14,189. 75

12. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics—
(1) Other miscellaneous receipts— interest, premium, and
discount, interest on public deposits___ __________ „

100.00

> 100. 00

1. 33

13. Public Buildings and Public Parks of the National Capital—
(t) Proceeds sale of surplus property_____ ____________ ____

9, 450. 00

9, 450. 00

9, 441. 99

(I) Other miscellaneous receipts—




1. Reimbursement for Government property lost or
damaged _____________________________________
2. Work done________________ _____________________
Total, Public Buildings and Public Parks of the
National Capital____________________________

60. 56
15.00
9, 450. 00

9, 450. 06

9, 517. 55

BUDGET STATEMENTS
»

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No. 3.— Estimated receipts, exclusive oj postal revenues, jiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— Continued
O r d in a r y

R e c e ip ts

D e ta ile d

by

Sou rces

U nder

Classification

2. E X E C U T IV E O F F IC E A N D IN D E P E N D E N T E S T A B ­
L IS H M E N T S — Continued.
14. Railroads—
(J) Proceeds Government-owned securities—railroad secur­
ities—
1. Repayment of principal on obligations of carriers..,
2. Sale of carriers obligations______________________
3. Interest on obligations of carriers________________
4. Principal—loans to carriers, sec. 210, transporta­
tion act______________________________________
5. Interest— loans to carriers, sec. 210, transporta­
tion act________________________ _ _
____
6. Equipment trust notes, principal, act Mar. 31,1918,
7. Equipment trust notes, interest, act Mar. 31, 1918Total proceeds Government-owned securities—
railroad securities (/)_ _____________________
(A) Trust-fund receipts, appropriated for investment, general
railroad contingent fund_____ ^______________________
Total, railroads__________________________________
15. Shipping Board and Merchant Fleet Corporation—
(g) Proceeds Government-owned securities—all other—
i
1. Payment on principal— construction loan-fund
securities_____________________________________
2. Interest on construction loan-fund securities______
Total proceeds Government-owned securities—
aU other (g ) ________________________________

O r g a n iz a tio n

U n its —

Estimated, 1930

Continued

Estimated, 1929

$100, 000. 00

Actual, 1928

9, ooa oo

$15, 369. 00

$61, 722, 000. 00
15, 499, 483. 90
2, 532, 287. 25

28, 057, 203. 00

3, 097, 150. 00

77, 041, 436. 67

3, 064, 827. 00
33, 600. 00
12, 096. 00

3, 630, 924. 00
33, 600. 00
14, 112. 00

7, 562, 140. 19
33, 600. 00
16, 128. 00

31, 276, 726. 00

6, 791, 155. 00

164, 407, 076. 01

31, 276, 726. 00

900, 000. 00
7, 691,155. 00

1, 179, 957. 39
165, 587, 033. 40

3, 000, 000. 00
1, 600, 000. 00

3, 000, 000. 00
750, 000. 00

5, 302, 903 47
609, 467. 19

4, 600, 000. 00

3, 750, 000. 00

5, 912, 370. 66

(i) Proceeds, sale of surplus property— ship sales and other

property sales__________________________ _ _ _______
(fc) Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to
appropriations—receipts from operation to be de­
posited for disbursement________________ _____ ______
(0 Other miscellaneous receipts—miscellaneous items______
Total, Shipping Board and Merchant Fleet Corpora­
tion (see Statement No. 9)____ _________ _________
16. Smithsonian Institution—
(i) Proceeds, sale of surplus property____________________
(I) Other miscellaneous receipts—assessments and reim­
bursements________________ _____ ___________
___ _
Total, Smithsonian Institution____________________
17. Tariff Commission—
(i) Proceeds, sale of surplus property______________________
18. United States Veterans1 Bureau—
(h) Trust-fund receipts (reappropriated for investment)—
premiums on converted insurance_________________
(i) Proceeds, sale of surplus property_____________________

62. 50
203, 450. 92
3. 84
4, 600, 000. 00

3, 750, 000. 00

6, 115, 887. 92

100.00

100. 00

59. 82

100. 00
200. 00

100. 00
200.00

59. 82
3. 31

64, 558, 110. 00
175, 000. 00

62, 724, 117. 00
180, 000. 00

61, 701, 568. 44
261, 794. 92

(k) Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to

appropriations—
1. Premiums on term insurance___________________
2. Miscellaneous_____ _____________________ ___
Total receipts from miscellaneous sources
credited direct to appropriations (k) ________
(0 Other miscellaneous receipts—
1. Interest on investment of Government lifeinsurance funds_____________ __________________
2. Premiums on converted insurance________________
3. Rent of Government property_________________ *
4. Reimbursements—
1. Payment for quarters, subsistence, and
laundry service_________________________
2. Reimbursement for Government property
lost or damaged_______ _______________
3. Miscellaneous items_______________________
Total reimbursements____
__________

14, 866, 890. 00
7, 920, 000. 00
35, 000. 00




774, 954 86
180. 00
775,134 86
10,970, 883. 00
7, 990, 000. 00
38,000.00

9, 545, 709. 27
7, 552, 431. 56
40, 290. 08
78, 835. 04

5, 000. 00

5,000.00

5,000.00

5,000.00

5. Trust funds— Government life-insurance fund_____
6. Miscellaneous items_____________________________

10, 055, 000. 00
5,000.00

12,415, 000. 00
5,000. 00

Total, other miscellaneous receipts (0_________

32,886, 890.00

31,423, 883. 00 |

20,228,042. 70

Total} United States Veterans’ Bureau-____. . .

97,620, 00a 00

94,328,000. 00 |

82,966, 540. 92

28. 23
212.55
79,075. 82
3, 010, 535. 97

A .4 2

TH E BU D GET,

N o . 3 .— Estimated

1030

receipts, exclusive of postal revenues, fiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— C ontinued

Ordinary R eceipts D etailed by Sources Under Organization Units—Continued
Classification
2. E X E C U T IV E O F F IC E A N D IN D E P E N D E N T E S T A B ­
L IS H M E N T S —Continued.
19. Miscellaneous—
(k) Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to
appropriations-------------------------------------------------------(I) Other miscellaneous receipts—
1. Reimbursement of relief money furnished Amer­
ican citizens in Europe______________ _____ ___
2. Claims of United States Grain Corporation------- 3. Repayment of investments United States Grain
Corporation liquidation of capital stock---------4. Miscellaneous items_____________________________

Estim
ated, 10 0
3

Estim
ated, 1 2
99

Actual, 1 2
98

$253, 240. 49
602. 27
322. 06
115, 419. 98
$4, 800. 00
369, 584 80

4, 800. 00
Total, Executive Office and independent
establishments------------------------------------------

137, 958, 307. 00

$111,045, 081. 00

259, 429, 387. 12

Ji. D E P A R T M E N T OF A G R IC U L T U R E :
(g) Proceeds Government-owned securities- -all other— Interest
on farmers' seed grain loans...... ......... .

11, 000. 00

14, 000. 00

15, 827. 87

75, 000. 00
35, 000. 00

73, ooo: 00
35, 000. 00

46,172.
62, 870.
27, 306.
4, 128.
36, 058.

Proceeds sale of surplus property—
1. Surplus war material_______________________
2. Sales of agricultural products and livestock—
3. Sales of furs and skins______________________
4. Sales of trespassing livestock, national forests.
5. Miscellaneous Government property_________
Total, proceeds sale of surplus property (i ).

40, 000. 00

40, 000. 00

150, 000. 00

148, 000. 00

(X) Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to appro­
priations_________________ _____ __________________________
(0 Other miscellaneous receipts—
1. Public-domain receipts— forest reserve fund____________
2. Revenue-producing enterprises—
1. United States telegraph lines_____________________
2. Center Market, Washington, D. C________________
3. Gifts and contributions, Forest Service_________________
4. Fees under United States warehouse act and game licenses,
Alaska, etc_________________________________________

176, 535. 55
150, 712. 12

6, 440, 000. 00

6, 100, 000. 00

5, 564, 376. 46

9, 000. 00
1, 400, 000. 00

9, 000. 00
149, 300. 00
1, 400, 000. 00

7,195. 40
253,147. 64
1, 550, 816. 42

42, 000. 00

41, 700. 00

33, 378. 58

45, 000. 00
281, 000. 00
110, 000. 00

42, 000. 00
235, 000. 00
110, 000. 00

33, 703. 91
233, 865. 29
101, 199. 25

2, 400. 00
80, 000. 00
105, 000. 00

2, 800. 00
80, 000. 00
105, 000. 00

2, 902. 50
53, 008. 00
83, 600. 76

623, 400. 00

574, 800. 00

508, 279. 71

5, 000. 00
50, 000. 00
5, 600. 00

5, 000. 00
50, 000. 00
5, 600. 00

15, 873. 10

Total miscellaneous_________________ *___

60, 600. 00

60, 600. 00

15, 873. 10

Total, other miscellaneous receipts (/)____

8, 575, 000. 00

8, 335, 400. 00

7, 933, 067. 31

Total receipts, Department of Agriculture-

8 , 736, 000. 00

8 , 497, 400. 00

8 , 276, 142. 85

5. Reimbursements—
1. Work performed by Department of Agriculture for
individuals, corporations, and others___________
2. Inspection of food products_______ _____ _________
3. Cost of appeals under grain standards act________
4. Reimbursement for Government property lost or
damaged_____________________________________
5. Fumigation of cars and wagons on Mexican border.
6. Collections under cotton standards act___________




06
50
64
10
25

Total reimbursementsMiscellaneous—
1. Rent of public buildings, grounds, etc__________
2. Funds deposited for establishing wool standards.
3. Other miscellaneous items_____________________

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BUDGET STATEM ENTS

N o. 3.— Estimated receipts, exclusive oj postal revenues, jiscal year 19S0, compared vrith prior years— Continued
O r d in a r y

*

R e c e ip ts

D e ta ile d

by

Sources

U nder

O r g a n iz a tio n

U n its —

E ated, 1 3
stim
90

C ssifica n
la
tio

4. D E P A R T M E N T O F C O M M E R C E :
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property— miscellaneous.. --------------(h) Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to appropria­
tions— Fees, fines, penalties, and forfeitures_________ ____

$79, 300. 00

Total fees, fines, penalties, etc___ _____

—

4. Miscellaneous—
1. Rent of public buildings, grounds, etc-.. —
2. Sale of sealskins___________
_
_ .
3. Sale of fox skins_______ ___ ____
____
4. Sale of publications_________
--------- ___ _____________
_____
5. Other____________

E ated 1 2
stim , 9 9

A
ctual, 1 2
98

$79, 200. 00

$102, 655. 99
53, 907. 93

(/) Other miscellaneous receipts—
1. Reimbursement for Government property lost or damaged,
etc........ . __
_______ ___ ___
__ ______ _
2. Work done by Department of Commerce_________ ____
3. Fees, fines, penalties, etc.—
1. Testing fees, Bureau of Standards and Bureau of
Mines__________ ___________ ____ ___________
2. Commerce collections.. . ..... ...................... ..........
3. Fees on letters patent.„
__ ________ _
4. Miscellaneous ite m s._____ .
____- _____

Continued

1, 000. 00
13, 500. 00

1, 000. 00
13, 500. 00

1, 555. 94
10, 502. 68

/
83, 000. 00
300, 000. 00
3, 700, 000. 00
5, 500. 00

78, 000.
300, 000.
3, 700, 000.
4, 500.

4, 088, 500. 00

4, 082, 500. 00

4, 000. 00
320, 000. 00
30, 000. 00
65, 000. 00
6, 100. 00

4, 060.
280, 000.
45, 000.
62, 000.
5, 000.

00
00
00
00

00
00
00
00
00

72,
265,
3, 683,
54,

387.
640.
216.
872.

32
20
35
55

4, 076, 116. 42
3,
278,
24,
69,

762.
885.
507.
931.
336.

19
78
32
98
32

425, 100. 00

396, 000. 00

377, 423. 59

Total, other miscellaneous receipts (I)___

4, 528. 100. 00

4, 493, 000. 00

4, 465, 598. 63

Total receipts, Department of Commerce_____

4, 607, 400. 00

4, 572, 200. 00

4, 622, 162. 55

1, 700. 00

1, 750. 00

20,132. 92

6, 500, 000. 00

7, 000, 000. 00

5, 816, 384. 74
56, 888. 64

(0 Other miscellaneous receipts—1. Sales of Government property (serviceable)—
j. Sales to Indians_________________________________
2. Sales of publications and maps_______ ___________
3. Miscellaneous Government property___ ________ _

100, 000. 00
50, 000. 00
1, 500. 00

100, 000. 00
50, 000. 00
1, 500. 00

56," 249.“ 18
1, 992. 43

Total, sales of Government property (service­
able) _____ ________________________________

151, 500. 00

151, 500 00

58, 241. 61

450, 000. 00
20, 000. 00
35, 000. 00
10, 000. 00

450, 000. 00
20, ooo. oa
35, 000. 00
10, 000. 00

384, 650. 89

600, 000. 00
990,100. 00
5, 000, 000. 00

600, 000. 00
S81, 350. 00
5, 000, 000. 00

583, 987. 17
800, 443. 10
4, 744, 906. 87

10, 000. 00
10, 000. 00

10, 000. 00
10, 000. 00

11,253. 32
18, 512. 82

Total public domain receipts... --------------------

7, 125, 100. 00

7, 016, 350. 00

6, 557, 174. 20

3. Fees, fines, penalties, etc.: Miscellaneous fees, etc.. ___
4. Gifts and contributions________________________________
5. Repayments of investments (principal): Return of ad­
vances made to reclamation fund_____________________

502, 000. 00
52, 000. 00

502, 000. 00
52, 000. 00

626, 542. 44
50, 595. 48

1, 000, 000. 00

1, 000, 000. 00

1, 000, 000. 00

85, 000. 00
500.00

32, 569. 14

85, 500. 00

32, 569. 14

Total miscellaneous ._

.............. . .......

......

5. IN T E R IO R D E P A R T M E N T :
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus propertv__________ _____ ____________
(k) Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to appro­
priations—
1. Reclamation fund___ ______________________________
2. Miscellaneous________
_
_
_
_ ___ ______ ______

2. Public domain receipts—
1. Sale of public lands_____________ ________ _______
2. Depredations on public lands___________________
3. Deposits by individuals for surveying public lands.
4. Proceeds of town sites, lots, and camp sites_______
5. Sale of land, timber, etc. (Coos Bay and Oregon
and California land-grant fund)_____ _________ _
6. Revenues of national parks and monuments_______
7. Receipts under mineral oil leading acts____________
8. Royalties on coal mined and royalties and rentals
on potash deposits________ __________________
9. Rentals and sale of miscellaneous land and timber-.

6. Assessments—
1. Construction charges__ . . . ------------ --------------2. Drainage assessments_
_ * _ - ___
______




Total assessments______ _____ —

_ — ...........

100, 000. 00
500. 00 S
j
100, 500. 00

10,758.75
2, 661. 28

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T E B D E 1930
H U G T,
No. 3.— Estimated receipts, exclusive oj postal revenues, fiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— Continued
O r d in a r y

R e c e ip ts

D e t a ile d

by

Sources

U nder

Classification

5. IN T E R IO R D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
(i) Other miscellaneous receipts— Continued.
7. Reimbursements—
1. Costs collected from estates of deceased Indians_
_
2. Reimbursements account appropriations made for
Indian tribes---------- -------------------------------------3. Surveying railroad and private land claims-----------4. Reimbursement for Government property lost or
damaged.---------------------------- ------------ -----------5. Irrigation charges------- -------------------- _ _ 6. Miscellaneous
----------------i--------------------------Total reimbursements------------------------------------

O rg a n iz a tio n

U n i t s —Continued

Estimated, 1930

Actual, 1928

Estimated, 1929

$55, 000. 00

$55, 000. 00

$52, 147. 56

15, 000. 00
10, 000. 00

15, 000. 00
10, 000. 00

344, 995. 37
4, 933. 33

300. 00
750, 000. 00
6, 000. 00

300. 00
750, 000. 00
5, 978. 00

1, 390. 21
863, 749. 54
645. 69

836, 300. 00

836, 278. 00

1, 267, 861. 70

8. Miscellaneous—
1. Rent of public buildings, etc_____________________
2. Alaska, licenses and sales receipts-----------------------3. Unclaimed funds of patients, St. Elizabeths Hos­
pital and Freedmen’s Hospital—
.......... .........
4. Other___________________________
___________

3, 500. 00
15, 000. 00

3, 500. 00
4, 200. 00

3, 905. 76

502. 00
22, 820. 00

3, 718. 00
22, 550. 00

985. 69
.26

Total miscellaneous. _________ _________ ______

41, 822. 00

33, 968. 00

4, 891. 71

9. Trust funds—
1. Indian moneys—
1. Indian money, proceeds of labor -------------2. Proceeds of sales and leases of Indian lands,
timber, etc____________ ________________

2, 750, 000. 00

2, 777, 000. 00

2, 933, 496. 52

16, 055, 000. 00

20, 693, 000. 00

13, 473, 741. 26

18, 805, 000.
155, 000.
75, 000.
7, 500.
1, 000.
500.

23, 470, 000.
155, 000.
75, 000.
7, 500.
1, 000.
500.

16, 407, 237.
162, 822.
81, 119.
10, 000.
13, 663.
175.
3, 443.

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Total, Indian moneys------------- --------Personal funds of patients, St. Elizabeths HospitalPension moneys, St. Elizabeths Hospital-----------Surveys within railroad land grants______________
Outstanding liabilities: Lands____ _______________
Unearned moneys: Lands-------------------------- --------Miscellaneous
_ ___________________________
_

00
00
00
00
00
00

00
00
00
00
00
00

78
81
80
00
76
24
22

Total; trust fund receipts____________________

19, 044, 000. 00

23, 709, 000. 00

16, 678, 462. 61

Total, other miscellaneous receipts (I) ________

28, 853, 222. 00

33, 386, 596. 00

26, 276, 338. 89

Total, Interior Department---------- _ ------------

35, 354, 922. 00

40, 388, 346. 00

32,169, 745.19

6* D E P A R T M E N T O P J U S T IC E :
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property__________________ _________
(& Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to appro­
)
priations_________________________________________________

500. 00

750. 00

457. 52
15,270.22

(I) Other miscellaneous receipts—

1. Interest, premium, and discount—interest on public
deposits_ ___________________________ __ __________
2. Reimbursements for Government property lost or dam­
aged _
_
^
_
_
_ ______ _________ ________ i
_
3. Reimbursement for printing record_________ _ ________ i
4. Reimbursement for maintenance of District of Columbia
convicts_________ ___________________________________
5. Miscellaneous items________________ ______ ____________ ;

6. Revenue-producing enterprises—
1. Operating textile mill, Atlanta, Ga
__________
2. Operating shoe factory, Leavenworth, Kans_______
3. Sale of farm products, sealskins, etc______________




3, 500. 00

3, 600. 00

3, 363. 97

250.00
25, 000. 00

250. 00
25, 000. 00

537. 34
18, 671. 91

160, ooa oo

140, 000. 00
1,000. 00

160, 888. 53
667. 50

i, ooa oo
175, ooa 00

ioo, ooa oo

100, 000. 00
25, 000. 00

Total revenue-producing enterprises__________

275, ooa 00

125, 000. 00

151. 65

Total, other miscellaneous receipts (I) _________

464, 750. 00

294, 850. 00

184, 280. 90

Total, Department of Justice______________

465, 250. 00

295, 600. 00

200, 008. 64

151. 65

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BUD GET STATEM ENTS

No. 3.— Estimated receipts, exclusive oj postal revenues, jiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— Continued
O r d in a r y

R e c e ip ts

D e t a ile d

by

Sources

U nder

O r g a n iz a tio n

U n i t s — Continued

Estimated, 1930

Classification

Estimated, 1929

!

Actual, 1928

!
7. J U D IC IA L :
it) Proceeds sale of surplus property,_

—

. _ ........ ........... ...........

(/) Other miscellaneous receipts—•
1. Fees, fines, penalties, etc.—
1. Judicial fees and costs_____ _____ __ ____________
2. Judicial emolument fees........... ........... , .....................
3. Judicial fine3, penalties, and forfeitures________
4. Fees collected outside incorporated towns, Alaska—
Alaska fund________________________ ________
5. Collections under national prohibition act________
6. Miscellaneous____________ __
__ _______ ______

$5, 000. 00

$5, 500. 00 j

$4, 808. 62

250, 000. 00
1, 600, 000. 00
2, 200, 000. 00

230, 000. 00
1, 600, 000. 00
2, 000, 000. 00

211, 8£2. 99
1, 532 942. 42
2, 186, 865. 38

175, 000. 00
4, 000, 000. 00
3, 000. 00

200, 000. 00
4, 000, 000. 00
3, 000. 00

153, 688. 27
3, 846, 604. 99
2, 218. 75

Total fees, fines, penalties, etc____ _______ —

8, 228, 000. 00

8, 033, 000. 00

7, 934, 172. 80

2. Miscellaneous—
1. Unclaimed moneys remaining in registry of courts
5 years or longer____________________________
2. Unclaimed wages of seamen remaining in registry
of courts for 6 years or longer________________
3. Miscellaneous items.
_
_ _

140, 000. 00

75, 000. 00

133, 155. 62

120, 000. 00

75, 000. 00

Total miscellaneous________________ _ - ___

260, 000. 00

150, 000. 00

261, 759. 47

Total other miscellaneous receipts (I)_________

8, 488, 000. 00

8, 183, 000. 00

8, 195, 932. 27

Total, judicial___ ____ ______ ____ ____________

8, 493, 000. 00

8, 188, 500. 00 !

8, 200, 740. 89

Total under Department of Justice________ . .

8, 958, 250. 00

8, 484, 100. 00 |

8, 400, 749. 53

500. 00

1
265. 00 I
i

517. 63

B D E P A R T M E N T OF L A B O R :
*
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property------- ----------------------- ----------{k) Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to appro­
priations— Fees, fines, penalties and forfeitures __ ____

1
i

(I) Other miscellaneous receipts—

1, 200. 00 i

1. Interest on public deposits___________ ______ _ ________
2. Fees, fines, penalties, etc.—
1. Naturalization fees------------------------ -------------------2. Collections, Department of Labor __ _ _____ ____
3. Forfeitures, bonds of aliens_________________ _____
4. Immigration head tax, privileges, fines, etc-----------5. Immigration permits____________________________
6 Return passage money __
7. Other
.................... ..... ............. ........... .....

975, ooa 00

1, 015, 000. 00

150, 000. 00
3, 425, 000. 00
375, ooa 00

148, 325. 00
3, 436, 130. 00
374, 124. 00

Total fees, fines, penalties, etc__-___ ______ ____

4, 925, 000. 00

1, 000. 00
4, 974, 579. 00 j

3. Assessments and reimbursements—
1. Reimbursement for Government property lost or
damaged
_
_
2 Care of aliens, Ellis Island Hospital _
- - v3. Miscellaneous
_
__
_
__ __ _
_




24, 677. 49
2, 063. 07
979, 070.
121, 521.
225, 223.
3, 349, 654.
393, 668.
318.

50
58
09
00
88
93

5, 069, 456. 98

118.24
75, 546. 50
149. 50
______________ ____ i

Total assessments and reimbursements.
4. Miscellaneous—
1. Receipts from telephone service_____ ______
2 Rent of buildings
.
_____ _ __
_
3. Other------------------------------------------------------

117,612. 39
10, 991. 46

440. 00

320. 00

1, 100. 00

245. 00

75, 814. 24
379. 11
478. 95
39.41

1, 540. 00

565. 00

897. 47

Total, other miscellaneous receipts (/)_.

4, 926, 540. 00

4, 976, 344. 00

5, 148, 231. 76

Total, Department of Labor.........

4, 927, 040. 00

4, 976, 609. 00

5, 173, 426. 88

Total miscellaneous_________

________

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tb e

N o . 3.^t-Estimated

b u d g e t, 1930

receipts, exclusive oj postal revenues, jiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— C ontinued

Ordinary Receipts D etailed by Sources Under Organization Units— Continued
Estimated, 1930

Classification

Estimated, 1929

9. N A V Y D E P A R T M E N T :
(0) Proceeds of Government-owned securities—
All other—
1. Sale of war supplies______________________________
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property— .
1
1. War supplies_______________ _____________ ______ ______
2. Miscellaneous, condemned materials,'etc. _ _ __ _______
Total proceeds sale of surplus property (i )

____ ...

Actual, 1928

$111, 097. 48
$300, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

$300, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

187, 194. 61
1, 069, 038. 51

1, 300, 000. 00

1, 300, 000. 00

1, 256,233. 12

(k) Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to appro­

priations—
1. Collections credited to general account of advances_______

460, 220. 01

(I) Other miscellaneous receipts—

X Interest, premiums, and discount—
.
1. Interest on public deposits and daily balances_____
.2. Gain by exchange________________ _____ _________
3. Interest on debts due United States from individuals
and corporations_____________ ____________

1, 750. 00
50. 00

1, 750. 00
50.00

1, 000. 00

3, 500. 00

Total interest, premium, and discount________

2, 800. 00

5, 300. 00

2, 544 30

100, 000. 00
36, 000. 00
300, 000. 00

100, 000. 00
36, 000. 00
300, 000. 00

120, 000. 00
35, 259. 40
297, 915. 26

436, 000. 00

436, 000. 00

453, 174. 66

700, 000. 00

700, 000. 00

893, 456. 19

2, 100, 000. 00

2, 100, 000. 00

4, 886, 510. 43

2. Revenue-producing enterprises—
1. United States Navy radio service______________ *
2. United States Hydrographic Office, sale of charts...
3. Profits from sale of ship’s stores__________________
Total revenue-producing enterprises__________
3. Fees, fines, penalties, etc.— Navy fines and forefeitures,
and forfeitures by contractors________________________
4. Public domain receipts— Royalties from naval petroleum
reserves_____________ ______________________________
5. Recovery of value of oil in cases of United States against
various oil companies^. ___________________ _________
6. Gifts and contributions________________________________
7. Assessments and reimbursements—
1. Reimbursements work performed by Navy Depart­
ment. _ ----------------------------------------------2. Reimbursement for Government property lost or
damaged___________
______________________
3. Reimbursement by Kittery water district_________
4. Overhead charges on sales_______________________
5. Miscellaneous____________ __________ __________

3, 044, 598. 00
100. 00

100. 00

£17. 73
1, 726. 57

13, 013, 151. 76
1 837. 36

135, ooa 00

135, 000. 00

90, 000. 00
12, 000. 00

90, 000. 00
12, 000. 00

4, 000. 00

4, 000. 00

Total assessments and reimbursements________

241, 000. 00

241, 000. 00

239, 013. 52

8. Miscellaneous—
1. Rent'of public buildings, grounds, etc______________
2. Purchase of discharges, Navy and Marine Corps____
3. Naval hospital fund_____________________ _______
4. Clothing and small stores fund_____________________
5. Other________________________ _________________

135, 000. 00
3, 000. 00
450, 000. 00

135, 000. 00
3, 000. 00
450, 000. 00

1,000. 00

1, 000. 00

136, 052. 95
2, 879. 16
498, 901. 70
83. 81
4, 659. 73

589, 000. 00

589, ooa 00

642, 577. 35

9. Trust funds-—
1. Pay of Marine Corps, deposit fund. _______ ________
2. Navy pension fund, principal______________________

4, 200. 00

4, 200. 00

15.00
4, 143. 09

Total, miscellaneous_______________ ______ ____

73, 286. 58
84, 225.
11, 855.
57, 592.
12, 053.

77
38
55
24

Total trust fund receipts_______________________

deduct.




4, 200. 00

4, 158. 09

7, 117, 698. 00

4, 075, 600. 00

20, 133, 748. 94

Total, Navy Department______________________
1 Counter entry,

4, 200. 00

Total, other miscellaneous receipts (I)___________

8, 417, 698. 00

5, 375, 600. 00

21, 961, 299. 55

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BU D G E T STATEM EN TS

No. 3.— Estimated receipts, exclusive of postal revenues, fiscal year 19S0, compared with prior years— Continued
O r d in a r y

R e c e ip ts

D e t a ile d

by

Sources

U nder

C ssifica n
la
tio

O r g a n iz a tio n

U n i t s — Continued

E ated, 1 3
stim
00

E ated 1 2
stim , 0 9

j

A al, 1 2
ctu 9 8

!
10. S T A T E D E P A R T M E N T :
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property_____________________________ i
(k) Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to appro- 1
nriations
.
_

$11, 000. 00

$11, 000. 00

$3, 908. 12

__

83, 41& 05

(I) Other miscellaneous receipts—

1. Interest, premium, and discount—
1. Interest on public deposits
__________________
2. Interest on debts due United States from indi­
viduals_______________________________________
3* Gain by exchange____________ ________________
f
Total interest, premium, and discount________
2. Fees, fines, penalties, etc.—
1. Consular fees_____________ _______ ______________
2. Passport fees___ ________________________________
3. Miscellaneous fees and penalties_________________

4, 100. 00

1, 200. 00
20, 000. 00

5, 176. 85

25, 300. 00

25, 300. 00

8, 427. 91

6, 700, 000. 00
2, 007, 250. 00
1, 500. 00

6, 700, 000. 00
1, 850, 000. 00
1, 500. 00

6, 595, 663. 17
1, 700, 030. 00
11. 20

8, 708, 750. 00

8, 551, 500. 00

8, 295, 704. 37

4, 500. 00

4, 500. 00

2, 147. 45

#1, 500. 00

1, 500. 00

33. 75

24, 200. 00

24, 200. 00

14, 085. 81

250. 00

250. 00

80, 762. 65
3. 00

30, 450. 00

30, 450. 00

97, 032. 66

95, 233. 00

95, 233. 00

138, 925. 90
2, 171. 48
2. 32

95, 23a 00

95, 233. 00

141, 099. 70

20, 000. 00

f
20, 000. 00 {

1

Total reimbursements_______________________
4. Miscellaneous—
1. Funds contributed as quota to Pan American Union.
_
_
2. Kent of public buildings and grounds - __
3. Other
- ___
. ___ ___________ ___________
Total miscellaneous_____________ ________ ___




3, 251. 06

1, 200. 00
20, 000. 00

Total fees, fines, penalties, etc________________ |
!
3. Reimbursements—
1. Cost of extradition cases_________________ _______
2. Relief moneys furnished American citizens and
prisoners of war______________________________
3. Foreign governments7 share of expenses, Mixed
Claims Commissions__________________________ i
4. Reimbursement, representation of foreign govern­
ments_______________________________________
5. Miscellaneous______ _______________________ _____

5. Trust funds—
1 Claims of individuals___________________ - _______
*
2. Wages due seamen_____________ _______________
3. Estates of decedents. _________________________
4. Awards in claims, United States and Great Britain
5. Service credits and interest on investments, Foreign.
Service retirement and disability fund____________

4, 100. 00

J

{

25, 000. 00

25, 000. 00

39. 14
522. 48
2, 828. 07
84, 164* 85
10, 553. 30

Total trust fund receipts_____________________

45, 000. 00

45, 000. 00

98, 107. 84

Total other miscellaneous receipts (I)_________

8, 904, 733. 00

8, 747, 483. 00

8, 640, 372. 48

Total, State Department________________ ____

8, 915, 733. 00

8, 758,483. 00

8, 727, 698. 65

a48

th e

N o . 3 .— Estimated receipts,

b u d g e t, 1930

exclusive of postal revenues, jiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— C ontinued

Ordinary Receipts D etailed by Sources Under Organization Units —Continued

C s ific tio
las a n

Estim
ated, 1 3
90

Actual, 1 2
98

Estim
ated, 1 2
99
I

11. T R E A S U R Y D E P A R T M E N T :
(a) Customs_____________________
in t e r n a l

$582, 000, 000. 00

$582, 000, 000. 00

$568, 986,188. 50

2, 175, 000, 000. 00
559, 000, 000. 00

2, 165, 000, 000. 00
577, 500, 000. 00

2, 173, 952, 556. 73
621, 018, 665. 64

2, 734, 000, 000. 00

2, 742, 500, 000. 00

2, 794, 971, 222. 37

revenue

(6) Income tax________________________
(c) Miscellaneous internal revenue--------Total, internal-revenue receipts---------------------------------------m is c e l l a n e o u s

r e c e ip t s

(< Proceeds of Government-owned securities, foreign obliga­
i)
tions, principal—
1. Repayments of unfunded loans (principal) to foreign
governments, etc. (act of Sept. 24, 1917)—
1* France_________________________________________
2. Liberia________________________________________
3. Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes______________ ______

11, 664, 111. 81
26, 000. 00
7, 112. 39

Total, repayments of unfunded loans (princi­
pal) to foreign governments_______________

11, 697, 224. 20

2. Principal payments on funded obligations of foreign gov­
ernments—
1. Belgium__________________; -------------------- ---------2. Czechoslovakia_________________________________
3. Finland________________________________________
4. Great Britain___________________________________
5. Hungary-------------- ------------------------------------------6. Italy_____________________________________ _____ _
7. Lithuania______________________________________
8. Rumania_______________________________________
9. Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes---------------------------------

3, 450, 000. 00
3, 000, 000. 00
53, 000. 00
27, 000, 000. 00
11, 245. 00
5, 000, 000. 00
36, 362. 00
600, 000. 00
200, 000. 00

2, 950, 000. 00
3, 000, 000. 00
52, 000. 00
27, 000, 000. 00
10, 640. 00
5, 000, 000. 00
35, 020. 00
500, 000. 00
200, 000. 00

2, 450, 000.
3, 000, 000.
50, 000.
25, 000, 000.
10, 435.
5, 000, 000.
33, 507.
400, 000.
200, 000.

Total, principal payments on funded obligations
of foreign governments____________________

39, 350, 607. 00

38, 747, 660. 00

36, 143, 942. 50

Total, proceeds of Government-owned securi­
ties, foreign obligations, principal (d) _______

39, 350, 607. 00

38, 747, 660. 00

47, 841, 166. 70

(e) Proceeds of Government-owned securities—foreign obligations—
interest—
1. Interest on loans to foreign governments—
1. Liberia________________________________________
2. Russia_________________________________________

9, 610. 46
764, 554. 89

Total interest on loans to foreign governments.
2. Interest on obligations of foreign governments on account
of sales of war supplies, France..____________________
3. Interest on funded obligations of foreign governments on
account of—
1. Belgium_______________ ~_______________________
2. Estonia_________________________________ ______ _
3. Finland________ _______ ________________________
4. Great Britain_____ _____ ________________________
5. Hungary_______________________________________
6. Latvia___________________________________ ______
7. Lithuania____ _________________________________
8. Poland_______________________ _____ ____________

00
00
00
00
00
00
50
00
00

774,165. 35
10, 367, 057. 00

2, 750, 000.
275, 000.
2 J , 565.
O
133, 185, 000.
57, 777.
95, 000.
188, 153.
4, 643, 950.

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

23, 367, Q57. 00

20, 367, 057. 25

2, 500, 000. 00
225, 000. 00
262, 140. 00
133, 995, 000. 00
58, 106. 00
85, 000. 00
98, 605. 00
2, 750, 000. 00

2, 250, 000. 00
175, 000. 00
263, 670. 00
134, 775,00a 00
58, 422. 54
75, 000. 00
96, 430. 85
2, 250, 000. 00

Total interest on funded obligations of foreign
governments______________________________

141, 4£2, 445. 00

139, 973, 851. 00 i

139, 943, 553. 39

Total proceeds of Government-owned securi­
ties—foreign obligations—interest (e) _______

151, 819, 502. 00

160, 340, 908. 00

161, 084, 775. 99

(g) Proceeds Government-owned securities— all others— liquida­

tion of capital stock of Federal land banks__ ______________

160, 000. 00

178, 902. 00 I

236, 308. 00

1 Tne above figures under the heading of “ Proceeds of Government-owned securities—foreign obligations, ” do not include $406,566,762 representing obligations of the
French Government given on account of the sale of war supplies, which mature during tbe fiscal year 1930. These obligations are included in the total debt of France to the United
States, the funding of which is provided for in the debt settlement agreement of April 29,1926. If this agreement is ratified prior to the maturity of these obligations, the total pat*
ment due thereunder In the fiscal year 1030 will be $35,000,000.




a49

B U D G E T STATEM ENTS

N o . 3.—Estimated

receipts, exclusive of postal revenues, fiscal year 19S0, compared with prior years— C ontin ued

Ordinary Receipts D etailed by Sources Under Organization Units —Continued
Classification

Estimated, 1930

Estimated, 1929

Actual, 1928

11. T R E A S U R Y D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property—
1. Office material. ______________________________________
2. Land and buildings_________________ _________________
3. Miscellaneous Government property_________________

$35, 000. 00

$35, 000. 00

296, 475. 00

290, 615. 00

$37, 519. 42
101, 500. 00
2 4,612 23

Total proceeds sale of surplus property (i)_____ _____

331, 475. 00

325, 615. 00

403, 631. 62

(A Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to appro­
;)
priations _______________ __________________________________

62, 721. 60

(0 Other miscellaneous receipts—
1. Other interest, premium, and discount—
1. Interest on public deposits_______________________
4, 725, 000. 00
2. Interest repayment by central branch Union
Pacific R. R______________ ___________________
3. Discount on sinking fund purchases_____________
4. Miscellaneous items_____________________________ L ._ ................. .........
Total other interest, premium, and discount__
2. Fees, fines, penalties, etc.—
1. Tax on circulation of national banks ___________
2. Franchise tax: Surplus earnings of Federal reserve
and Federal intermediate credit banks__________
3. Fees, fines, etc., customs service__________________
4. Collections under national prohibition and nar­
cotic acts_____, ___________ __ ______________
_
5. Miscellaneous___________________________________
Total fees, fines, penalties, etc________________
t
3. Assessments—
1. Salaries and expenses, national-bank examiners___
2. Assessments on Federal and joint stock land banks
and Federal intermediate credit banks, salaries
and expenses, Federal Farm Loan Board________
Total assessments_________ _________ ________

4, 725, 000. 00
28, 642. 00

4, 777,165. 77
15,138. 45
57," 651.*63

4, 725, 000. 00

4, 753, 642. 00

4, 849, 955. 85

3, 220, 000. 00

3, 230, 000. 00

3, 234, 240. 29

2, 375, 000. 00
2, 600, 000. 00

875, 000. 00
2, 600, 000. 00

618, 367. 05
2, 562, 875. 21

19, 000. 00
9, 850. 00

18, 000. 00
9, 850. 00

117, 075. 55
63, 719. 98

8, 223, 850. 00

6, 732, 850. 00

6, 596, 278. 08

2, 315, 412. 00

1, 745, 247. 00

2, 602, 495. 75

944, 500. 00

833, 201. 00

723, 031. 57

3, 259, 912. 00

2, 578, 448. 00

3, 325, 527. 32

525, 893. 00
535, 000. 00
13, ooa 00

521, 177. 00
535, 000. 00
7, 000. 00

524, 053. 93
537, 333. 44
17, 761. 44

115, 000. 00

115, 000. 00

148, 345. 39

102, 897. 00

102, 897. 00

4. Reimbursements—
1. Expenses of national currency____________________
2. Fumigating and disinfecting vessels______________
3. Money recovered in narcotic and prohibition cases__
4. Expenses of international service of ice observa­
tion and patrol_______________ ______________
5. Expenses of farm loan bonds and credit-bank
securities_____________________________________
6. Care and treatment of foreign seamen and other
pay patients__________________________________
7. Reimbursement for Government property lost or
damaged_____________________________________
8. Receipts under settlement of war claims_________
9. Other________ _________________________________

85, 000. 00

85, 000. 00

86, 415. 50

1, 000. 00
125, 000. 00
1, 920. 00

1, 000. 00
500, 000. 00
1, 920. 00

4, 862. 62
47, 259. 75
8, 415. 89

Total reimbursements__________________ _____

1, 504, 710. 00

1, 868, 994. 00

1, 374, 447. 96

7, 350, 000. 00
235, 000. 00

7, 350, 000. 00
113, 868. 00

6,235, 610. 60
88, 043. 38
589. 89
1, 948. 54

5. Miscellaneous—
1. Profits on coinage, bullion deposits, etc___________
2. Rent of public buildings, grounds, etc------------------3. Revenue-producing enterprises___________________
4. Gifts and contributions__________________________
5. Sales of public buildings, grounds, etc____________
6. Unclaimed money, under condemnation awards___
7. Other___________________________________________




800, 000. 00
38, 500. 00

39, 546. 00

27,’ 510." 00
16, 628. 27

Total miscellaneous--------------------------- ----------- j

7, 623, 500. 00

8, 303, 414. 00

6, 370, 330. 68

Total, other miscellaneous receipts ( 1 ) _ .---------1

25, 336, 972. 00

24, 237, 348. 00

22, 516, 539. 89

216, 998, 556. 00

223, 830, 433. 00

232,195,143. 80

Total, Treasury Department................................ 3, 532, 998, 556. 00

3, 548, 330, 433. 00

3, 596,152, 554. 67

Total, miscellaneous receipts under Treasury
Department_______________________ _______

a50

TH E B U D G E T,

N o . 3 .— Estimated receipts,

1 93 0

exclusive oj postal revenues, fiscal year 1980, compared vrith prior years— C ontinued

Ordinary R eceipts D etailed by Sources Under Organization Units— Continued

C s ific tio
las a n
12. W A R D E P A R T M E N T :
{g) Proceeds Government-owned securities— all other1. Dividends on capital stock________________
2. Interest on securities,____ ________________
Total proceeds Government-owned securities—all
other (g ) ________________________________________
(f) Proceeds sale of surplus property—
1. Office material________________ *__________________
2. Land and buildings___________________ _____ ______
3. Ordnance material_______________________________
4. War supplies_____________________________________
5. Garbage, refuse, salvage, and miscellaneous material.
Total proceeds sale of surplus property (i)_____
(?) Panama Canal tolls, etc.—
1. Tolls______________ _____ ___________
2. Taxes, licenses, fines, etc., Canal Zone.
3. Net profit, business operations_______
4. Miscellaneous_______________________

Estim
ated, 1 3
90

Actual, 1 2
98

Estim
ated, 1 2
99

$350, 000. 00

$350, 000. 00

$1, 682, 135. 02
3, 220. 00

350, 000. 00

350, 000. 00

1, 685, 355. 02

1,
1, 301,
55,
1, 750,
662,

200.
000.
000.
000.
000.

00
00
00
00
00

3, 769, 200. 00
27, 000,
225,
681,
150,

000.
000.
000.
000.

00
00
00
00

1, 200.
3, 117, 000.
55, 000.
1, 800, 000.
894, 000.

00
00
00
00
00

5, 867, 200. 00
27, 000,
225,
681,
150,

000.
000.
000.
000.

00
00
00
00

57
16
93
31

6, 526, 967. 97
26, 952, 927.
233, 365.
820, 669.
127, 383.

37
10
15
80

28,134, 345. 42
7, 129. 19

Adjustment between cash and warrant distribution»
Total, Panama Canal tolls, etc. (j). (See Statement
No. 8)__________________________________________

2, 901, 484.
76, 892.
2, 546, 291.
1, 002, 299.

28, 056, 000. 00

28, 056, 000. 00

28, 141, 474. 61

1, 355, 523. 00

1, 653, 021. 00

559, 230. 02

6, 950. 00
242, 320. 00
4, 900. 00

13, 700. 00
429, 358. 00
9, 700. 00

137, 851. 24
3, 386. 67
160. 22

1, 000. 00

1, 000. 00

74, 166. 67
105. 98

255,170. 00

453, 758. 00

215, 670. 78

220, ooa 00

i, ooo; oo
13, 000. 00
800. 00
1, 255, 000; 00
18, 000. 00
7, 000. 00
20, 000. 00
1, 250, 000. 00

220. 000. 001,000.00
12, 500. 00
800. 00
1, 255, 000. 00
18, 000. 00
7, 000. 00
20, 000. 00
1, 250, 000. 00

291, 419. 97
9, 914. 04
35, 173. 89
1, 277, 224. 37

2, 784, 800. 00

2, 784, 300. 00

2, 828, 022. 65

1, 800. 00
900. 00
500.00

1, 800. 00
900.00
soaoo

120. 71
2, 339. 07
2, 017. 84

3, 200. 00

3, 200. 00

4, 477. 62

800, 000. 00

800, 000. 00

1, 289, 110. 18

200, 000. 00
450, 000. 00
230, 000. 00

200, 000. 00
450, 000. 00
200, 000. 00

213, 230 17
1, 781,79L 87
57.5*

1, 650, 000. 00

1, 650,000. 00

% 384,189. 80
* iia
■

(k) Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to appro­

priations—
1. Collections on advance and deferred payments--------------{I) Other miscellaneous receipts—

1. Interest, premium, and discount—
1. Interest on advanced payments to contractors
(deficiency act of Oct. 6, 1917)------------------------2. Interest on deferred payments___________________
3. Interest on debts due by individuals. - . — ______
4. Special fund— accrual interest on Cape Cod Canal
bonds________________________________________
5. Other_______________________________ . _______ . . .
Total interest, premium, and discount.
2. Revenue-producing enterprises—
1. United States telegraph lines___________________
2. United States transports__ _____________________
3. United States Army tank lines__________________
4. United States telephone lines___________________
5. United States laundry and dry-cleaning operation.
6. Receipts from stud fees__________________ - _____
7. Photographs and motion-picture films___________
8. Miscellaneous__________________________________
9. Electric current (Dam No. 2)___ _______ ________
10. Army radio service_____________________________
Total revenue-producing enterprises.

3. Fees, fines, penalties, etc.—
1. Fines for violating regulations.
2. Forfeitures by contractors____
3. Other__________ ____________
Total fees, fines, penalties, etc_
Gifts and contributions—
1. Contributions for river and harbor improvements----2. Contributions for improvement of roads, bridges,
and related works, Alaska_____________________
3. Contributions for flood control___________________
4. Miscellaneous___________________________________




Total gifts and contributions.

1, 211, 623. 80
2, 666. 58

a51

BU D G E T STATEM ENTS

No. 3.— Estimated receipts, exclusive of postal revenues, fiscal year 19S0, compared with prior years— Continued
O r d in a r y

R e c e ip ts

D e ta ile d

by

Sources

U nder

Classification

12. W A R D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
(1) Otber miscellaneous receipts—Continued.
5. Reimbursements—
1. Work performed by War Department for indi­
viduals, corporations, and others- _____________
2. Reimbursement for Government property lost or
damaged_________ _________ ______________
3. Overhead charges on sales of supplies (commissary) _
4. Payment by German Government under terms of
Paris agreement of Jan. 14, 1925__ ___ ________
5. Settlement of claims_________________ __________
6. Other____________
_____
„____
__________
Total reimbursements________________________

O r g a n iz a tio n

U n i t s — Continued

Estimated, 1930

Actual, 1928

Estimated, 1929

$9, 000. 00

$9, 000. 00

$4, 538. 56

2, 000. 00
35, 000. 00

2, 000. 00
35, 000. 00

3, 330. 41
43, 764. 63

13, 101, 895. 00
50, 000. 00
19, 000. 00

13, 101, 895. 00
50, 000. 00
19, 900. 00

13, 637, 866. 07
1, 068, 491. 33
36, 071. 78

13, 216, 895. 00

13, 217, 795. 00

14, 794, 062. 78

6. Repayment of investments—
1. Balance in treasury of Boston, Cape Cod & New
York Canal C o ______________ _____________ 2. Capital stock of Hoboken <e Manufacturers’ R. R.
f

100, 000. 00
42 5, 000. 00

Total repayment of investments______________

525, 000. 00

7. Miscellaneous—
1. Rent of public buildings, grounds, etc____________
2. Other_ ______ ____________________ ____________
_

781, 000. 00
240. 00

781, 000. 00
240. 00

800, 820. 62
2, 183. 21

Total miscellaneous__________________________

781, 240. 00

781, 240. 00

803, 003. 83

8. Trust funds—
1. Soldiers’ Home permanent fund__________________
2. Pay of the Army deposit fund___________________
3. Preservation birthplace of Lincoln________________
4. Other___________________ *_____________________ _

00
00
00
00

793, 400. 00
1, 500, 000. 00
2, 040. 00
200.00

714, 174.
1, 562, 980.
2, 040.
39, 965.

Total trust fund receipts_____________________

2, 264, 240. 00

2, 295, 640. 00

2, 319, 160. 50

Total other miscellaneous receipts (I) _________

20, 955, 545. 00

21,185, 933. 00

24, 773, 587. 96

Total, War Department, exclusive of Panama
Canal____________________________________

26, 430, 268. 00

29, 056, 154 00

33, 545, 140. 97

Total, War Department, including Panama
Canal___ _ ___________________________ _

54, 486, 268. 00

57, 112, 154. 00

585, 000. 00

580, 000. 00

IS. D IS T R IC T O F C O L U M B IA :
(k) Trust fund receipts (reappropriated for investment)—
District of Columbia teachers7 retirement fund____________
(it) Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to appro­
priations
__
_________________________ _____________

762, 000.
1, 500, 000.
2, 040.
200.

I

00
63
00
87

61, 686, 615. 58

j
513, 917. 75
867.63

(I) Other miscellaneous receipts—

1. Revenues of the District of Columbia—
1. General fund______ ____________________________
29, 000, 000.
2. Water funds______ ______________________________
1, 500, 000.
3. Industrial Home School fund____ ________________
4. Escheated estates relief fund_____________________
2, 500.
5. Gasoline tax, road and street fund________________ 1, 550, 000.
6. Refund of excess rentals recovered by Rent Com­
mission___________ ___________________________




Total revenues of the District of Columbia___

00
00
00
00

32, 052, 500. 00

27, 500, 000. 00
1,500,000.00
1, 000. 00
2,000.00
1, 400, 000. 00

27, 474, 960. 80
1, 422, 690. 68
185. 62
2, 097. 95
1, 402, 832. 11

100.00

70.29

30, 403,100. 00

30,302, 837. 45

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TH E B U D G E T ,

N o . 3 .—Estimated receipts,

193 0

exclusive of postal revenues, fiscal year 19S0, compared with prior years— C ontinued

Ordinary R eceipts D etailed by Sources U nder Organization U nits— Continued
Classification
13. D IS T R IC T O F C O L U M B IA — Continued.
(I) Other miscellaneous receipts— Continued.
2. Trust funds—
1. Teachers’ retirement fund________________
2. Policemen and firemen’s relief fund______
3. Washington redemption fund_____________
4. Permit fund_____________________________
5. Miscellaneous trust-fund deposits_________
6. Unclaimed moneys—condemnation awards.
7. Surplus fund____________________________

Estimated, 1 3
00

$70, 000.
675, 000.
550, 000.
50, 000.
825, 000.

Actual, 1 2
98

Estimated, 1 2
99

00
00
00
00
00

$40, 000.
625, 000.
500, 000.
50, 000.
1, 050, 000.

00
00
00
00
00

1$152,
585,
660,
31,
832,
3,

457. 88
876. 42
561. 04
113. 50
255. 72
491. 00
21. 00

2, 170, 000. 00

2, 265, 000. 00

Total, other miscellaneous receipts (I)______________

34, 222, 500. 00

32, 668, 100. 00

32, 387, 953. 82

Total, District of Columbia________________________

34, 807, 500. 00

33, 248, 100. 00

32, 902, 739. 20

Total trust funds.
3. United States receipts from District of Columbia sources.

1, 960, 860. 80
124, 255/57

676, 512, 044. 76
1, 878, 700. 56

Adjustment between cash and warrant distribution.
525, 295, 829. 00

507, 235, 661. 00

678, 390, 745. 32

Total ordinary receipts, exclusive of postal revenues.. 3, 841, 295, 829. 00

3, 831, 735, 661. 00

4, 042, 348, 156. 19

947, 155. 00
111, 045, 081. 00
8, 497, 400. 00
4, 572, 200. 00
40, 388, 346. 00
8, 484, 100. 00
4, 976, 609. 00
5, 375, 600. 00
8, 758, 483. 00
3, 548, 330, 433. 00
57, 112, 154. 00
33, 248, 100. 00

966, 933.
259, 429, 387.
8, 276, 142.
4, 622, 162.
32,169, 745.
8, 400, 749.
5, 173, 426.
21, 961, 299.
8, 727, 698.
3, 596, 152, 554.
61, 686, 615.
32, 902, 739.

Total miscellaneous receipts________________

SUMMARY, INCLUDING POSTAL SERVICE
Legislative establishment___________ ___________
Executive Office and independent establishments.
Department of Agriculture_____________________
Department of Commerce______________________
Department of the Interior_____________________
Department of Justice___________ . ____________
_
Department of Labor__________________________
Navy Department_____________________________
State Department_____________________________
Treasury Department__________________________
War Department_________________________ *____
District of Columbia___________________________

1, 128, 155. 00
137, 958, 307. 00
8, 736, 000. 00
4, 607, 400. 00
35, 354, 922. 00
8, 958, 250. 00
4, 927, 040. 00
8, 417, 698. 00
8, 915, 733. 00
3, 532, 998, 556. 00
54, 486, 268. 00
34, 807, 500. 00

4, 040, 469, 455. 63
1, 878, 700. 56

Adjustment between cash and warrant distribution.
Total, ordinary receipts _
Postal revenues______________
Total receipts.
1C n en
ou ter try—
deduct.




86
12
85
55
19
53
88
55
65
67
58
20

3, 841, 295, 829. 00
735, 000, 000. 00

3, 831, 735, 661. 00
707, 000, 000. 00

4, 042, 348, 156. 19
693, 633, 921. 45

4, 576, 295, 829. 00

4, 538, 735, 661. 00

4, 735, 982, 077. 64

a53

BUDGET STATEMENTS
B udget S tatem ent N o . 4

Estimated receipts, exclusive oj postal revenues, jiscal year 1930, compared with prior years
O r d in a r y

R e c e ip ts ,

U nder

C la s s ific a t io n

of

T reasu ry

D a ily

S ta te m e n t

Estimated receipts

A ctual receipts, 1928
(on basis of Treasury
D aily Statement)

12
00
CUSTOM S

(a) Customs receipts, Treasury Department _
IN T E R N A L

$582, 000, 000. 00

$568, 986, 188. 50

2, 175, 000, 000. 00
559, 000, 000. 00

2, 165, 000, 000. 00
577, 500, 000. 00

2, 173, 952, 556. 73
621, 018, 665. 64

39, 350, 607. 00
151, 819, 502. 00
31, 276, 726. 00

38, 747, 660. 00
160, 340, 908. 00
6, 791, 155. 00

47, 841, 166. 70
161, 084, 775. 99
164, 407, 076. 01

86, 000.
4, 600, 000.
11, 000.
160, 000.
350, 000.

157, 000.
3, 750, 000.
14, 000.
178, 902.
350, 000.

317, 417.
5, 912, 370.
15, 827.
286, 308.
1, 685, 355.
111, 097.

REVENU E

(b) Income tax, Treasury Department___________________
(c) Miscellaneous internal revenue, Treasury Departmentm is c e l l a n e o u s

r e c e ip t s

Proceeds Government-owned securities:
Foreign obligations—
Principal, Treasury Department________
(d)
Interest, Treasury Departments.........
(e)
Railroad securities, principal and interest.
(f)
(6)

$582, 000, 000. 00

All others, principal and interest—
1. Housing Corporation_________________ _____ ___
2. Shipping Board and Merchant Fleet Corporation.
3. Department of Agriculture__________________
4. Treasury Department____________ ______ _______
5. War Department---------------------------------------------6. Navy Department_____________________________

00
00
00
00
00

00
00
00
00
00

8, 328, 376. 55
825, 021. 39

Adjustment between cash and warrant distribution.
Total, all others, principal and interest (g)........ .

52
66
87
00
02
48

5, 207, 000. 00

4, 449, 902. 00

9, 153, 397. 94

64, 558, 110. 00
585, 000. 00

900, 000. 00
62, 724, 117. 00
580, 000. 00

1, 179, 957. 39
61, 701, 568. 44
513, 917. 75

65, 143, 110. 00

64, 204,117. 00

63, 395, 443. 58

1, 000.
1, 000.
1, 650.
55, 000.

1, 047. 22
1, 374. 52
2, 053. 03
56, 926. 24
566. 12
830. 51
22. 17
34. 65
7, 771. 35
1, 242,143. 24
9, 441. 99
62. 50
59.82
3. 31
261, 794. 92
176, 535. 55
102, 655. 99
20,132. 92
457. 52
4,808. 62
517. 63
1, 256, 233. 12
3, 908. 12
403, 631. 62
6, 526, 967. 97

(h) Trust fund receipts (reappropriated for investment):

1. General railroad contingent fund___________
2. United States Veterans’ Bureau____________
3. District of Columbia____________ _____ _____
Total trust fund receipts (reappropriated for investment) (A)_
(i) Proceeds sale of surplus property:
1. Senate____________________________________ _____________
2. House of Representatives________________________________
3. Office of Architect of the Capitol_________________________
4. Government Printing Office______________________________
5. Library of Congress___________ _____ _____________________
6. Executive Office_______________________________ _____ ____
7. Civil Service Commission_____________ __________________
8. Federal Board for Vocational Education__________________
9. General Accounting Office________________________________
10. Housing Corporation_________________ _____ _____________
11. Public Buildings and Public Parks of the National Capital..
12. Shipping Board and Merchant Fleet Corporation__________
13. Smithsonian Institution__________________________________
14. Tariff Commission_______________________________________
15. United States Veterans’ Bureau__________________________
16. Department of Agriculture_______________________________
17. Department of Commerce_______ ______ __________________
18. Department of the Interior___________________ ___________
19. Department of Justice (proper)___________________________
20. Department of Justice (judicial)__________________________
21. Department of Labor____________________________________
22. Navy Department_______________________________________
23. State Department ______ __________________________ ______
24. Treasury Department____________________________________
25. War Department_____ ___________ _____ __________________

1, 000.
1, 000.
1, 500.
55, 000.

00
00
00
00

25. 00

00
00
00
00

00
00
00
00

75.00
100. 00
10.00
6, 000. 00
1, 085, 000. 00
9, 450. 00

100. 00

100.00

15.
3, 000.
818, 000.
9, 45a

175, 000.
150, ooa
79, 300.
1, 700.
500.
5,000.
500.
i, 300, ooa
ii, ooa
331, 475.
3, 769, 200.

00
oo
00
00
00
00
00
oo
oo
00
00

180, 000. 00
148, 000. 00
79, 200. 00
1, 750. 00
750.00
5, 500. 00
265.00
i, 300, ooa 00
ii, ooa oo
325, 615. 00
5, 867,200. 00

10, 079, 980. 65
1, 309, 730. 01

Adjustment between cash and warrant distribution.
Total, proceeds sale of surplus property (i)_
_

6, 712, 765. 00

9, 078, 665. 00

8, 770, 250. 64

(J) Panama Canal tolls, etc--------------- ------------ ----------- ------

28, 056, 00a 00

28,056,00a 00

28,141,474.61




a54

th e

N o . 4 .—Estimated

b u d g e t,

i& 30

receipts, exclusive oj postal revenues, jiscal year 19S0, compared with prior years— C ontinued

Ordinary R eceipts, Under C lassification of T reasury D aily Statement— Continued

Etimte r c ip
s a d ee ts
13
90

Actual receipts, 1928
(on basis of Treasury
Daily Statement)

12
99

miscellaneous receipts—continued

(fc) Receipts from miscellaneous sources credited direct to appropriations:
1. Legislative, miscellaneous_________________________________
2. Executive Office___________________________ _____ _________
3. Shipping Board and Merchant Fleet Corporation----------------4. United States Veterans’ Bureau___________________________
5. Miscellaneous independent establishments__________________
6. Department of Agriculture__ _____________________________
7. Department of Commerce---------------------------------------- --------8. Department of the Interior________________________________
9. Department of Justice (proper)____________________________
10. Department of Labor_________________ ____________________
11. Navy Department________________________________________
12. State Department__________ 1____________________________
13. Treasury Department_____________________________________
14* War Department_________________________________________
15. District of Columbia______________________________________

$6, 500, 000. 00

$7, 000, 000. 00

1, 355, 523. 00

1, 653, 021. 00

Total, miscellaneous receipts credited direct to appropria­
tions (fc)______________________________________________

7, 855, 523. 00

8, 653, 021. 00

156, 155. 00
225, 000. 00
688, 500. 00

155. 00
225, 000. 00
663, 350. 00

(0 Other miscellaneous receipts:
1. Office of Architect of the Capitol________________________
2. Government Printing Office_____________________________
3. Library of Congress_____________________________________
4. Legislative, miscellaneous_______________________________
5. Employees’ Compensation Commission_________________
6. Board of Tax Appeals___________________________________
7. Federal Board for Vocational Education_________________
8. Federal Power Commission______________________________
9. Federal Reserve Board__________________________________
10. Federal Trade Commission______________________________
11. General Accounting Office_______________________________
12. Housing Corporation____________________________________
13. Interstate Commerce Commission_______________________
14. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics____________
15. Public Buildings and Public Parks of the National Capital.
16. Shipping Board and Merchant Fleet Corporation_________
17. Smithsonian Institution_________________________________
18. Unted States Veterans’ Bureau_________________________
19. Miscellaneous independent establishments________________
20. Department of Agriculture.._________________________ ___
21. Department of Commerce_______________________________
22. Department of the Interior____1________________________
23. Department of Justice (proper)__________________________
24. Department of Justice (judicial)_________________________
25. Department of Labor___________________________________
26. Navy Department______________________________________
27. State Department_______________________________________
28. Treasury Department___________________________________
29. War Department_________________________ _____________
30. District of Columbia_________ __________________________

50.
90, 000.
40, 000.
483, 200.
2, 605, 741.

00
00
00
00
00

305, 000. 00
16, 000. 00
100. 00
100.
32, 886, 890.
800.
8, 575! 000.
4, 528, 100.
28, 853, 222.
464, 750.
8, 488, 000.
4, 926, 540.
7, 117, 698.
8, 904, 733.
25, 336, 972.
20, 955, 545.
34, 222, 500.

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

72,
55,
438,
3, 104,

50.
000.
000.
700.
241.

00
00
00
00
00

330, 000. 00
18, 000. 00
100. 00
100. 00
31, 423, 883. 00
8, 335, 400. 00
4, 493, 000. 00
33, 386, 596. 00
294, 850. 00
8, 183, 000. 00
4, 976, 344. 00
4, 075, 600. 00
8, 747, 483. 00
24, 237, 348. 00
21, 185, 933. 00
32, 668, 100. 00

8, 519,116. 49

221, 103. 92
659, 293. 60
24,463 61
6, 029. 20
101, 109. 20
65, 143. 26
307, 057. 11
1, 898, 684 45
18, 093. 30
90. 96
399, 255. 23
14,189. 75
1. 33
75. 56
3. 84
20, 228, 042. 70
116, 344. 31
7, 933, 067. 31
4, 465, 598. 63
26, 276, 338. 89
184, 280. 90
8, 195, 932. 27
5, 148, 231. 76
20, 133, 748. 94
8, 640, 372. 48
22, 516, 539. 89
24,773, 587. 96
32, 387, 953. 82
184, 714, 634 18
2,363, 409. 18

Adjustment between cash and warrant distribution_
_




$105. 60
2, 886. 17
203, 450. 92
775,134. 86
253, 240. 49
150, 712. 12
53, 907. 93
5, 873, 273. 38
15, 270. 22
24, 677. 49
460, 220. 01
83, 418. 05
62, 721. 60
559, 230. 02
867. 63

Total, other miscellaneous receipts (J)-

189, 874, 596. 00

186, 914, 233. 00

187, 078, 043. 36

Total miscellaneous receipts_________

525, 295, 829. 00

507, 235, 661. 00

678, 390, 745. 32

Total ordinary receipts______________

3, 841, 295, 829. 00 3, 831, 735, 661. 00 4, 042, 348,156.19

B D E ST T M N S
UGT AE E T

a55

No. 4.— Estimated receipts, exclusive oj postal revenues, jiscal year 1930, compared with prior years— Continued
O r d in a r y

R e c e ip t s ,

U nder

C l a s s if ic a t io n

of

T reasury

D a il y

!
1

S t a t e m e n t — C o n tin u e d

Estimateti receipts

Actual receipts, 1928
(on basis of Treasury
Daily Statement)

1930

1929

$582, 000, 000. 00

$582, 000, 000. 00

$ 5 6 8 , 9 8 6 , 188. 5 0

' 2, 1 7 5 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
559, 000, 000. 0 0

2, 1 6 5 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
577, 500, 000- 0 0

2, 1 7 3 , 9 5 2 , 5 5 6 . 7 3
621, 018, 665. 64

SUMMARY
(a)
(6)
(c)

(d)
(e)
( /)
(g)
( h)
(i)
(j)
I k)
(7)

C u s t o m s , . _______
_
_______
_____ ___
In te rn a l reve n u e:
In c o m e t a x .. __
________
________
M is c e lla n e o u s in t e r n a l r e v e n u e . .

_

_

_______ ____________

_______

_____ _____________
_______ _
_______

_______
____

M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s :
P r o c e e d s G o v e r n m e n t -o w n e d secu rities-—
F o r e ig n o b lig a t io n s —
P r in c ip a l ._______
_____
* ________
________ _____________
I n t e r e s t _______ ___ _ _____
_
_____________ _______
________
R a ilr o a d s e c u r i t i e s .
__________
_______
_
_____
. _
A l l o t h e r s _______
________ _________
_ _____
_____
T r u s t f u n d r e c e ip t s ( r e a p p r o p r ia t e d f o r i n v e s t m e n t ) _________
____
P r o c e e d s s a le o f s u r p lu s p r o p e r t y ------------------------------------------------P a n a m a C a n a l , t o l ls , e t c ____
___________
________ ___
__________
R e c e ip t s f r o m m i s c e lla n e o u s s o u r c e s c r e d ite d d ir e c t t o a p p r o p r i­
a t io n s ________
________
________ ___ ____________________________
O t h e r m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s __________
__________
__________ ___ _
T o t a l m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s _____________ ___
T o t a l o r d in a r y r e c e ip t s _____________

5 0 6 — 2 8 ---------v




___________

* __________ _________ _ _

___________

39,
151,
31,
5,
65,
6,
28,

350,
819,
276,
207,
143,
712,
056,

607.
502.
726.
000.
110.
765.
000.

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

38,
160,
6,
4,
64,
9,
28,

747,
340,
791,
449,
204,
078,
056,

660.
908.
155.
902.
117.
665.
000.

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

47,
161,
164,
9,
63,
8,
28,

841,
084,
407,
153,
395,
770,
141,

166.
775.
076.
397.
443.
250.
474.

70
99
01
94
58
64
61

7, 8 5 5 , 5 2 3 . 0 0
189, 874, 596. 0 0

8 , 653, 021. 00
186, 91 4 , 233. 0 0

8 , 519, 116. 4 9
187, 078, 043. 3 6

5 25, 295, 829. 0 0

507, 235, 661. 00

678, 390, 745. 32

3 , 841, 295, 829. 00

3, 8 3 1 , 7 3 5 , 6 6 1 . 0 0

4, 0 4 2 , 3 4 8 , 156. 19

a56

THE BUDGET, 1930
B udget Statement N o . 5

Estimated expenditures, jiscal year 1930, compared with prior years
Su m m ary

by

C h a ra c te r

of

E x p e n d itu r e s E x c lu s iv e

of

th e

P o sta l

Reference to
statement

S e r v ic e

Expenditures
Character of expenditure

No.

Estimated, 1930

Page

__ i Expenditures:
1. Current expenses, including equipment.
a31
a31
a24
a 17
a 18

2. Nonadministrative expenses 2
—
1. Interest on public debt__________________ _______
2. Premium on sinking-fund purchases_____________
3. Pensions_______________________________________
4. U. S. Veterans’ Bureau payments_______________
5. Vocational education and rehabilitation of per­
sons disabled in industry_____________________
6. Cooperative agricultural extension work_________
7. Colleges for agricultural and mechanic arts______
8. Treaty payments_______________________________
9. Refunds and drawbacks________________________
10. Employees’ compensation fund payments_
_
11. War claims and relief acts._____________________
12. Other__________________________________________

Estimated, 1929

$1, 084, 890, 919. 00 $1, 077, 888, 622. 00

$985, 602, 887. 03
476.
010.
993.
981.

30
15
89
92

7, 732, 000. 00
14, 776, 835. 00
2, 550, 000. 00
1, 323, 580. 00
168, 056, 500. 00
3, 600, 000. 00
1, 581, 900. 00
324, 483. 00

7, 497, 000. 00
14, 218, 298. 00
2, 550, 000. 00
1, 194, 630. 00
173, 471, 500. 00
3, 550, 000. 00
2, 416, 702. 00
314, 233. 00

7, 343, 901.
11, 845, 643.
2, 550, 000.
1, 106, 000.
170, 142, 961.
3, 267, 492.
54, 789, 125.
667, 541.

72
94
00
88
26
62
00
17

1, 433, 962, 188. 00

1, 484, 643, 246. 00

1, 574, 664, 128. 85

80, 000, 000. 00
93, 577, 800. 00

79, 000, 000. 00
86, 226, 200. 00

82, 514, 554. 57
72, 851, 745. 03

6, 000, 000.
l, 744, 000.
8, 500, 000.
50, 350, 000.

00
00
00
00

5, 825,
1, 200,
9, 000,
50, 650,

000. 00
000. 00
000. 00
000. 00

5, 221,
1, 932,
7, 899,
7, 193,

569.
684.
823.
759.

72
50
15
89

40, 703, 700.
8, 252, 500.
1, 575, 000.
14, 441, 858.
9, 517, 387.

00
00
00
00
00

30, 526, 038. 00
11, 347, 100. 00
1, 695, 000. 00
16, 238, 577. 00
8, 932, 131. 00

26, 162,
4, 885,
293,
13, 201,
4, 221,

635.
196.
182.
732.
812.

29
44
59
01
04

Total public works.

A19
a23
a24,
29
a31
a17
a31
a36

229, 000, 000. 00
375, 430, 883. 00

731, 764,
1, 267,
228, 696,
361, 222,

314, 662, 245. 00

300, 640, 046. 00

226, 378, 695. 23

District of Columbia_______________
Deficiencies in postal revenues_____
Operations in special accounts______
Investments—
1. Cape Cod Canal3_____________
2. Inland Waterways Corporation.

36, 299, 607. 00
71, 209, 325. 00
53, 154, 000. 00

36, 763, 423. 00
83, 495, 830. 00
32, 450, 000. 00

37, 036,115. 24
32, 356, 895. 27
30, 097, 799. 00

6, 230, 000. 00

5, 500, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

Total nonadministrative expenses 3__________

a20

a36
a17
a19
a20

a31
a28
a22

a23

a37
a28
a14

3. Construction work and maintenance, including na­
tional defense structures—*
1. Rural post roads______________ _________________
2 . Rivers and harbors_____________________________
3. Hospital facilities and construction for World
War patients________________________________
4.
5.
6. Public buildings under Treasury Department_____
7. Public works under War Department other than
rivers and harbors____________________________
8. Public works under Navy Department___________
9. Public works under Commerce Department______
10.
11.

4.
5.
6.
7.

a31
a36
a36

640, 000, 000. 00

675, 000, 000. 00

221, 000, 000. 00
373, 016, 890. 00

8. Reduction in principal of public debt, payable from
ordinary receipts—
1. Sinking fund___________________________________
2. Other_________________________________________

379, 524, 100. 00
173, 543, 500. 00

370,182, 050. 00
172, 289, 300. 00

354,741,300. 00
185, 513, 720. 30

Total reduction in principal of public debt
payable from ordinary receipts____________

553, 067, 600. 00

542, 471, 350. 00

540, 255, 020. 30

9, 679, 000. 00

11, 638, 635. 00

10, 108, 324. 40

20, 200, 000. 00
197, 933, 963. 00
5, 660, 800. 00

17, 565, 000. 00
195, 668,117. 00
5, 291, 200. 00

20, 387, 115. 47
175, 403, 494. 40
4, 729, 399. 94

Total trust funds. .

223, 794, 763* 00

218, 524, 317. 00

200,520,0091 81

Total expenditures.

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3, 780, 719,647. 00

3, 794, 745,469. 00

3, 643, 519, 875. 13

9. Special funds.
a24
a 14

10. Trust funds—
1. Indian moneys___________
2. Investment of trust funds.
3. Other___________________

1On basis of Treasury daily statement of June 30, 1928.
1 Represents those disbursements of the Government which do not constitute expenses of administration, strictly speaking. Examples of such expenditures are interest on the
public debt, pensions, grants, subsidies, and contributions, refunds and drawbacks, indemnities, military and naval Insurance, and the like.
*The expenditure of $5,500,000 in 1928 represents the purchase of the Cape Cod Canal, and the expenditure of $6,230,000 in 1929 represents the purchase and retirement of tbe
canal bonds and payment o t accrued interest.




a57

BUDGET STATEMENTS
B udget S tatement N o . 6

Estimated receipts, fiscal year 1930, compared with prior years
Sum mary

Reference
to state­
ment

by

Sources of

R e v e n u e , E x c l u s iv e

Postal

R evenues

Receipts.
Source of revenue

No. ] P g
ae

Estimated, 1930

1 !a15 I 1. Customs receipts__________
1 S 15 ! 2. Internal-revenue receipts:
a
!
1. Income and profits tax2. Miscellaneous________
Total internal revenue4 a53

of

3. Miscellaneous receipts:
1. Interest, premium, and discount—
1. Interest on loans to foreign governments_________
2. Dividend on capital stock_______________________
3. Interest on loans to railroads_____________________
4. Premiums on term insurance...__________________
5. Interest on bonds of foreign governments under
funding agreements___________________________
6. Gain by exchange_______________________________
7. Interest on miscellaneous obligations_____________
8. Interest on public deposits, etc___________________

Estimated, 1929

$582, 000, 000. 00

Actual, 1928

$582, 000. 000. 00 | $568, 986,188. 50

2, 175, 000, 000. 00
559, 000, 000. 00

2, 165, 000, 000. 00
577, 500, 000. 00

2, 173, 952, 556. 73
621, 018, 665. 64

2, 734, 000, 000. 00

2, 742, 500, 000. 00

2, 794, 971, 222. 37

10, 367, 057. 00
350, 000. 00
3, 085, 923. 00

20, 367, 057. 00
350, 000. 00
3, 660, 405. 00

141, 452, 445.
20, 050.
342, 470.
4, 775, 350.

00
00
00
00

139, 973,
20,
602,
4, 822,

851.
050.
058.
792.

00
00
00
00

21, 141, 222.
1, 682,135.
10, 110, 555.
774, 954.

60
02
44
86

139, 943, 553.
6, 903.
539, 872.
4, 924, 594.

39
42
25
94

Total interest, premium, and discount.

160, 393, 295. 00

169, 796, 213. 00

179, 123, 791. 92

2. Sale of Government property—
1. Sale of war supplies____________________
2. Miscellaneous Government property____

2, 050, 000. 00
5, 687, 265. 00

2,100, 000. 00
7, 955, 065. 00

2, 890, 756. 08
8, 150, 696. 28

7, 737, 265. 00

10, 055, 065. 00

11, 041, 452. 36

Total sale of Government property.
3. Public-domain receipts—
1. Sale of public lands___ _______________1.
2. Receipts under mineral oil leasing acts__
3. Forest reserve fund____________________
4. National park revenues________________
5 . Royalties from naval petroleum reserves6. Recovery in oil-lease Utigation__________
7. Other_________________________________

384, 650.
4, 744, 906.
5, 564, 376.
800, 443.
4, 897, 763.
13, 013, 151.
615, 920.

89
87
46
10
75
76
02

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

450, 000. 00
5, 000, 000. 00
6 ,100, 000. 00
881, 350. 00
2 ,110, 000. 00

18, 709, 698. 00

16, 016, 350. 00

30, 021, 212. 85

4. Federal reserve and Federal intermediate credit banks
franchise tax_____________________________________
5. Profits on coinage, bullion deposits, etc_______________

2, 375, 000. 00
7, 350, 000. 00

875, 000. 00
7, 350, 000. 00

618, 367. 05
6, 235, 610. 60

6. Revenue-producing enterprises—
1. Emergency Fleet Corporation, construction loan
funds and operation___________________________
2. Panama Canal, tolls, profits, etc_________________
3. Other___________________________________________

4, 600, 000. 00
28, 056, 000. 00
3, 809, 800. 00

3, 750, 000. 00
28, 056, 000. 00
3, 833, 600. 00

6,115, 887. 92
28, 141, 474. 61
3, 941, 537. 12

36, 465, 800. 00

35, 639, 600. 00

38, 198, 899. 65

Total public-domain receipts.

Total revenue-producing enterprises.
7. Rent of public buildings and grounds________________
8. Fees, fines, penalties, forfeitures, etc.—
1- Consular and passport fees_______ _____ _______
2. Tax on circulation of national banks___________
3. Customs service______________________________
4. Collections under enforcement of national pro­
hibition act________________________________
5. Navy fines and forfeitures------------------------------6. Naturalization fees___________________________
7. Immigration head tax_________________________
8. Judicial______________________________________
9. Fees on letters patent_________________________
10. Other________________________________________
Total fees* fines, penalties, etc.

9.




Gifts and contributions—
1. For river and harbor improvements*.
2. For Forest Service cooperative work.
3. Other_____________________________
Total gifts and contributions.

450, 000.
5, 000, 000.
6, 440, 000.
990, 100.
2, 110, 000.
3, 044, 598.
675, 000.

1, 475, 000. 00

1, 198, 500. 00

1, 080, 368. 00 |

1, 088, 748. 08

8, 707, 250. 00
3, 220, 000. 00
2, 600, 000. 00

8, 550, 000. 00 I
3, 230, 000. 00 I
2, 600, 000. 00 I

8, 295, 693. 17
3, 234, 240. 29
2, 562, 875. 21

4, 019, 000.
700, 000.
975, 000.
3 , 800, ooa
4, 050, 000.
3, 700, 000.
2,121, 300.

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

4, 018, 000. 00
700, ooaoo
1, 015, ooaoo
3, 810, 254.00
3, 830, 000.00
3, 700, 000.00
2,068, 025.00

3, 963, 680.
893, 456.
979, 070.
3, 743, 322.
3, 931, 660.
3, 683, 216.
2, 316, 782.

33, 892, 550. 00

33, 521, 279. 00

33, 603, 998. 57

800, 000. 00
1, 400, 000. 00
i, 107, ioa 00

800, ooa 00
1,400, 000. 00
i, 102, ioa oo

3, 070, 902. 05
1, 550, 816i 42
537, 214. 69

3, 3 0 7 ,1 0 0 . 00

3,302, io a 00

5 ,1 5 8 , 9 3 3 .1 6

54
19
50
88
79
35
65

T E B D E 1930
H U G T,

a58
N o . 6 .—Estimated

receipts, fiscal year 1980, compared vnth prior years— C ontin ued

Summary by Sources o f Revenue, E xclusive op P osta l Revenues —Continued
Reference
to state­
ment
No.

Receipts
Source of revenue
Estimated, 1930

Page

a53

Miscellaneous receipts— Continued.
10. Miscellaneous unclassified receipts_______
11. Army and Navy miscellaneous collections^
12. Repayments of investments—
1. Principal of unfunded loans made to foreign gov­
ernments___________________________________
2. Repayment of principal of loans to railroads____
3. Liquidation of capital stock, Federal land banks^.
4. Return of advances made to reclamation fund__
5. Principal of loans made by Housing Corporation^.
6. Principal of bonds of foreign governments under
funding agreements______ __________________
7. Other______________________ _________________
Total repayments of investments.
13. Assessments and reimbursements—
1. Salaries and expenses, national-bank examiners. __
2. Expenses of redeeming national currency........ .
3 . Reclamation________________________________
4 . Work done for individuals, corporations, et al___
5 . Assessments on Federal reserve banks and Federal
intermediary credit and land banks__________
6. Payment by German Government under terms of
the armistice_______________________________
7. Settlement of claims, War and Navy Depart­
ments______________________________________
8. Payment for quarters, subsistence, laundry, etc.,
Veterans' Bureau___________________________
9. Other_______________________________________* .
Total assessments and reimbursements.

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14. District of Columbia—
1. Revenues of the District of Columbia__________
2. United States receipts, District of Columbia
sources_____________________________________

Actual, 192$

Estimated, 1929

$601, 450. 00
1, 355, 523. 00

$333, 492. 00
1, 653, 021. 00

$1, 085, 424. 88
1, 019, 450. 03

00
00
00
00

11, 697, 224. 20
154, 296, 520. 57
401, 727. 98
1, 000, 000. 00
65.36

39, 350, 607. 00
11, 000. 00

38, 747, 660. 00
14, 000. 00

36, 143, 942. 50
540, 827. 87

68, 712, 410. 00

43, 081, 312. 00

204, 080, 308. 48

28, 190, 803. 00
160, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

2, 315, 412.
525, 893.
6, 500, 000.
202, 500.

00
00
00
00

3, 130, 750.
178, 902.
1, 000, 000.
10, 000.

1, 745, 247.
521, 177.
7, 000, 000.
199, 500.

00
00
00
00

2, 602, 495.
524, 053.
5, 816, 384.
122, 057.

75
93
74
73

3, 550, 241. 00

3, 937, 442. 00

2, 621, 716. 02

13,101, 895. 00

13, 101, 895. 00

13, 637, 866. 07

50, 000. 00

50, 000. 00

1, 068, 491. 33

2, 886, 357. 00

3, 174, 660. 00

78, 835. 04
3, 249, 256. 13

29, 132, 298. 00

29, 729, 921. 00

29, 721, 156. 74

32, 052, 500. 00

30, 403, 100. 00

30, 302, 837. 45
124, 255. 57

32, 052, 500. 00

30, 403, 100. 00

30, 427, 093. 02

64, 558, 110. 00
14, 866, 890. 00
17, 975, 000. 00

62, 724, 117. 00
10, 970, 883. 00
20, 405, 000. 00

61, 701, 568. 44
9, 545, 709. 27
10, 562, 967. 53

Total, Government life-insurance fund-

97, 400, 000. 00

94, 100. 000. 00

81, 810, 245. 24

2. Soldiers' Home permanent fund______________
3. Army, Navy, and Marine Corps deposit funds_
_

762, 000. 00
1, 500, 000. 00

793, 400. 00
1, 500, 000. 00

714, 174. 00
1, 562, 995. 63

4. Indian moneys—
1. Proceeds of labor________________________
2. Proceeds of sale of Indian lands and timber_
_

2, 750,000. 00
16, 055, 000. 00

2, 777, 000. 00
20, 693, 000. 00

2, 933, 496. 52
13, 473, 741. 26

18, 805, 000. 00

23, 470, 000. 00

16, 407, 237. 78

790, 440. 00
2, 755, 000. 00

900, 000. 00
790, 440. 00
2, 845, O O 00
O

1, 179, 957. 39
938, 208. 78
2, 474, 778. 55

122, 012, 440. 00

124, 398, 840. 00

105, 087, 597. 37

Total, District of Columbia.
15. Trust-fund receipts—
1. Government life-insurance fund—
1. Premiums on converted insurance.
2. Interest_________________________
3. Other___________________________

Total, Indian moneys_____________________

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5. General Railroad contingent fund6. Miscellaneous trust funds________
7. District of Columbia trust funds..
Total trust-fund receipts.

676, 512, 044. 76
1, 878, 700. 56

Adjustment between cash and warrant distribution___
Total miscellaneous receipts_______________________
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525, 295, 829. 00

507, 235, 661. 00

678, 390, 745. 32

Total ordinary receipts, exclusive of postal revenues- 3, 841, 295, 829. 00

3, 831, 735, 661. 00

4, 042, 348, 156. 19

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BUDGET STATEMENTS
B u d g et S tatem ent N

o

.

7

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT AND POSTAL SERVICE

Estimated expenditures, fiscal year 1930, compared with prior years, detail statement by activities} etc.

Estimated, 1930

Post Office Department proper:
1. Salaries, Post Office Department—
Office of the Postmaster General _ _
Post Office Department Buildings _
Office of the First Assistant______
Office of the Second Assistant____
Office of the Third Assistant_____
Office of the Fourth Assistant____
Office of the solicitor_____________
Office of the chief inspector-______
Office of the purchasing agent____
Bureau of Accounts______________

Estimated, 1929

Expended and obli­
gated, 192S (partly esti­
mated)

$224, 490. 00
278, 025. 00
461, 740. 00
332, 880. 00
744, 810. 00
434, 530. 00
67, 540. 00
179, 490. 00
37, 390. 00
42, 430. 00

$224, 490. 00
278, 025. 00
461, 740. 00
311, 410. 00
758, 510. 00
434, 530. 00
67, 540. 00
177, 190. 00
37, 390. 00
42, 430. 00

$206, 659. 75
232, 975. 97
413, 781. 16
287, 705. 46
691, 628. 58
389, 435. 28
59, 103. 71
159, 410. 79
33, 547. 43
37, 361. 71

Total salaries, Post Office Department _

2, 803, 325. 00

2, 793, 255. 00

2, 511, 609. 84

2. Contingent expenses—
1. Stationery______________________________
2. Fuel, repairs, etc________________________
3. Telegraphing, ----------------------------------------4. Miscellaneous items______________________
5. Furniture and filing cabinets--------------------

20, 000. 00
53, 000. 00
6, 000. 00
54, 000. 00
8, 000. 00

21, 700. 00
53, 000. 00
6, 300. 00
54, 000. 00
7, 900. 00

19, 150. 55
52, 776. 17
5, 344. 15
58, 123. 93
7, 612. 94

141, 000. 00

142, 900. 00

143, 007. 74

1, 165, 000. 00

1, 150, 000. 00

1, 150. 000. 00

47, 000. 00

47, 000. 00

46, 996. 64
49, 790. 14

4, 156, 325. 00

4, 133, 155. 00

3, 901, 404. 36

Total, contingent expenses.
3. Printing and binding, Post Office Department__________________
4. Heat, light, and power, Post Office Department Building, Wash­
ington, D. C _______________________________________________
5. Claims for damages, Post Office Department----------------------------Total, Post Office Department proper.
B. Postal Service:
1. General undistributed—
1. Electric power, light, etc------------------ --------------------------------2. Travel expenses, Postmaster General and Assistant Post­
masters General------------------------------------------------------------

7, 500. 00

7, 800. 00

6, 910. 06

5, 200. 00

4, 150. 00

2, 303 48

Total, general undistributed____________________________

12, 700. 00

11, 950. 00

9, 213. 54

2. Inspection service, Post Office inspectors________________________

2, 879, 150. 00

2, 852, 800. 00

2, 745, 467. 73

54, 000, 000. 00
7, 300, 000. 00

53, 528, 700. 00
7, 200. 000. 00

50, 600, 000. 00
7, 050, 000* 00

3. Post offices:
1. Compensation to postmasters_________________________
2. Compensation to assistant postmasters_____________________
3. Clerks (including temporary clerks and printers, mechanics, and
skilled laborers)___________________________ ______________
4. Watchmen, messengers, and laborers_______________________
5. Separating mails___________________________________________
6. Unusual conditions at post offices___________________________
7. City delivery carriers (including temporary carriers)_________
8. Vehicle service____________________________________________
9. Car-fare and bicycle allowance (includes special-delivery car
fare)____________________________________________________
1 0 . Special-delivery fees_______________________________________
11. Rent, light, and fuel_______________________________________
12. Miscellaneous items________________________________________

Total, post offices.




185, 000. 000.
9, 100, 000.
500, 000.
125, 000.
126, 500, 000.
19, 300, 000.

00
00
00
00
00
00

1, 325, 000.
9, 000, 000.
18, 300, 000.
2, 100, 000.

00
00
00
00

432, 550, 000. 00

182, 235, 000. 00
8, 750, 000. 00
500, 000. 00
100, 000. 00
126, 000, 000. 00
19, 000, 000. 00
1, 300, 000.
8, 200, 000.
18, 000, 000.
1, 960, 000.

00
00
00
00

426, 773, 700. 00

172, 380, 000.
8, 040, 000.
470, 000.
70, 000.
117, 525, 000.
17, 938, 386.
1, 215,
7, 775,
16, 900,
1, 740,

000.
000.
000.
000.

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

401, 703, 386. 00

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T E B D E 1930
H U G T,
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT AND POSTAL SERVICE—Continued

N o . 7 .—

Estimated expenditures, jiscal year 1930, compared with prior years, detail statement by activities, etc.—

C o n td .

Expended and obli­
gated, 1928 (partly esti­
mated)

Estimated, 1930

Estimated, 1929

$1, 431, 900. 00
13, 300, 000. 00

$1, 436, 900. 00
10, 000, 000. 00

$1, 350, 566. 00
4, 238, 334. 96

14, 731, 900. 00 I

11, 436, 900. 00

5, 588, 900. 96

124, 000, 000. 00

123, 750, 000. 00

107, 860, 619. 15

59, 000, 000. 00
4, 270, 000. 00
1, 445, 000. 00

56, 750, 000. 00
4, 185, 000. 00
1, 300, 000. 00

53, 559, 955. 00
3, 966, 686. 00
1, 198, 370. 74

Total, Railway Mail Service__

64, 715, 000. 00

62, 235, 000. 00

58, 725, 011. 74

4. Electric and cable car service_____

700, 000. 00

700, 000. 00

671, 573. 00

204, 146, 900. 00

198, 121, 900. 00

172, 846, 104. 85

22, 500, 000.
2} 000, 000.
1, 550, 000.
106, 600, 000.

18, 800,
2, 000,
1, 500,
105, 950,

8, 592,
1, 667,
1, 390,
104, 993,

B. Postal Service— Continued.
4. Domestic transportation service—
1. Power-boat service—
1. Power boats________________
2. Airplane and airplane service.
Total, pow«r-boat service_____________________
2. Railroad transportation and mail-messenger service.
3. Railway Mail Service—
1. Salaries______________________
2. Travel expenses and allowances.
3. Miscellaneous items. .......... .......

Total, domestic transportation.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Foreign mail transportation___________
Balances due foreign countries_________
Village delivery service_______________
Rural Delivery Service_______________

1
!
!

9. Star-route service—
1. Alaska star-route service.
2. Other star-route service..

784.
311.
000.
697.

00
00
00
35

13, 990, 000. 00

13, 514, 862. 00

7, 050, 000. 00
2, 460, 000. 00

7, 363, 250. 80
1, 867, 212. 60

9, 510, 000. 00

9, 230, 463. 40

70, 000.
1, 900, 000.
50, 000.
10, 000.

Total, losses and indemnities.

139, 862. 00
13, 375, 000. 00

8, 450, 000. 00

Total, manufacturing and repair operations.

150, 000. 00
13, 840, 000. 00

6, 050, 000. 00
2, 400, 000. 00

11. Losses and indemnities—
1. Adjusted losses and contingencies, postal funds.
2. Indemnities, domestic mail___________________
3. Indemnities, international mail_______________
4. Personal or property damage claims___________

70,
2, 000,
45,
9,

55, 251.
2, 000, 000.
47, 000.
10, 000.

00
00
00
00

000.
000.
000.
900.

00
00
00
00

35
00
00
00

2, 030, 000. 00

1
!
i
!
1

appliances)_________________________________________
4. Shipment of supplies__________________________________
5. Distribution of stamped envelopes______________________
6. Labor-saving devices__________________________________
7 . Pneumatic-tube service________________________________ i
8. Rewards to postal employees for inventions_____________
9. Freight, express, or motor transportation of equipment, etc




00
00
00
00

14, 465, 000. 00

10. Manufacturing and repair operations—
1. Manufacture of postage stamps and stamped paper.
2. Mail bags and equipment_________________________

3. Other miscellaneous items—
1. Stationery_____________
2. Twine and tying devices.

000.
000.
000.
000.

165, 000. 00
14, 300, 000. 00

Total, star-route service-

12. Miscellaneous—
1. Payment of rewards________________________
2. Unpaid money orders more than one year old.

00
00
00
00

2, 124, 900. 00

2,112, 251. 35

45, 000. 00
150, 000. 00

45, 000. 00
150, 000. 00

45, 000. 00
145, 900. 51

750, 000. 00
475, 000. 00

736, 725. 00
450, 000. 00

684, 278. 53
437, 307. 53

1, 550, 000. 00
70,000.00
23, 750. 00
700, 000. 00
554, 000. 00
1, 500. 00
550, 000. 00

1, 525, 000.
66, 750.
23, 650.
700, 000.
554, 000.
1, 300.
475, 000.

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

1, 397, 890. 14
63, 379. 04
23, 550. 00
539, 662. 84
551, 856. 24
1, 300. 00
400, 000. 00
4, 099, 224. 32

Total, other miscellaneous items____________________

4, 674, 250. 00

4, 532, 425. 00

Total, miscellaneous__________________________ _____

4, 869, 250. 00

4, 727, 425. 00

4, 290, 124. 83

Total, Postal Serviee_______________________________

802, 053, 000. 00

786, 362, 675. 00

723, 095, 666. 05

Total expenditures, Postal Service and Post Office
Department, including deficiencies payable from
Treasury...................... ..... ....................... .....................

806, 209, 325. 00

790, 495, 830. 00

726, 997, 070. 41

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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT AND POSTAL SERVICE—C
ontinued
N o . 7.— Estimated expenditures, fisca l year 1930 , compared with prior years , detail statement by activities, etc.— C on td .
E en ed an ob
xp d
d li­
gated 1 2 (partly esti­
, 98
m )
ated

E ated 1 3
stim , 9 0

C. Postal Service receipts:
1. Sale of postage stamps and other stamped paper._ ______ __
2. Second-class postage paid in money______ __ ________________
3. First, second, third, and fourth class postage paid in money under
permit
~- __
.. _
_______________ _______ _
_
4. Box rents_ _______ ____ _ _ __________________ ____
_
5. Foreign mail transit service_
_
__ _________ _____ _____
6. Fines and penalties _
_____ __
___ _________ ____
7. Dead letters_________ ________ ____ ___________ ________ _____
8. Revenues from money-order business___ __
_ ________ ____ __
_
9. Unpaid monev orders more than one vear old______ _ __ _______
10. Interest and profits, Postal Savings System________ . _ ___ - __ .
11. Miscellaneous sales of Government property and other miscellaneous
receipts_______________ - - - _ ____ _______ _______ - - ____
Total receipts___

_______ _______

_ ___________ ____
_

E ated 1 2
stim , 9 9

$611, 000, 000. 00
34, 000, 000. 00

$587, 000, 000. 00
33, 000, 000. 00

$576, 199, 181. 61
32, 650, 833. 35

59, 000, 000.
9, 500, 000.
850, 000.
150, 000.
150, 000.
17, 400, 000.
750, 000.
1, 500, 000.

57. 000. oon.
9, 150, 000.
850, 000.
150, 000.
150, 000.
16, 750, 000.
750, 000.
1, 500, 000.

55. 085. 748.
8, 461, 033.
836, 444.
124, 621.
146, 322.
16, 310, 720.
710, 614.
1, 569, 950.

00
00 .
00
00
00
00
00
00

700, 000. 00
735, 000, 000. 00

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

,
t
|
|

700, 000. 00 '
707, 000, 000. 00

54
67
75
86
40
56
88
44

638, 449. 39
693, 633, 921. 45

D. Excess of expenditures over receipts _ __________ _____ ___________
Less unliquidated obligations of 1928___________________ ___________

33, 363, 148. 96
18, 779, 639. 94

Excess of 1928 disbursements over 1928 receipts__ _____ _______ _
Plus expenditures pertaining to prior years:
1927____
_________ ____________ ____________________________
1926________________ _______________________________________
1925 and p rio r,__ - _ ____ - _______ - ____ ________ __
_
_

14, 583, 509. 02
17, 123, 079. 47
200, 420. 38
214, 086. 93
32, 121, 095. 80
40, 893. 34

Less adjustment to Treasury statement basis_ _____ ____________ __
_
Deficiency in postal revenues_ ___________________________
_




71, 209, 325. 00

83, 495, 830. 00

32, 080, 202. 46

a62

THE BUDGET, 1930
B udget S tatement N o . 8
OPERATIONS OF THE PANAMA CANAL AND CANAL ZONE

Estimated revenues and expenses, fiscal year 1930, compared with prior years, accrual basis
Estimated, 1930

Estimated, 1929

Actual, 1928

TRANSIT AND CANAL ZONE OPERATIONS

Revenues and earnings:
Tolls_______________________
Taxes, fees, fines, Canal Zone_
Postal receipts______________
Interest on bank balances____
Miscellaneous_______________
Canal transit earnings_______

Expenses:
Executive department___________
Accounting department__________
Washington office_______________
Civil government_______________
Health department__________
Technical division_______________
Storehouses, general_____________
Public buildings and grounds____
Municipal expenditures__________
Miscellaneous general expense____
Marine division_________________
Locks operation and maintenance.
Gatun Dam maintenance________
Gatun spillway__________________
Damages to vessels in locks______
Damages to vessels in canal______
Channel maintenance____________
Total, departmental expense.
Depreciation_________________
Amortization_________________

000.
000.
000.
000.

00
00
00
00

3, 600, 000. 00 |

$27, 000,
75,
150,
10,

000.
000.
000.
000.

00
00
00
00

3, 600, 000. 00

30, 835,

o
o
o

Total: Revenues and earnings.

$27, 000,
75,
150,
10,

00 ; 30, 835, 000. 00

645,
560,
289,
1, 191,
1, 757,
160,
590,
430,
225,
275,
1, 900,
1, 400,
62,
3,
25,
25,
2, 500,

0Q0.
000.
000.
000.
109.
000.
000.
000.
000.
000.
000.
000.
000.
000.
000.
000.
000.

00 i
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00 ,
00
00
00
00 1
00

646, 489.
556, 497.
288, 680.
1, 172, 693.
1, 658, 759.
186, 935.
598, 369.
427, 801.
418, 400.
277, 000.
1, 892, 138.
2, 103, 733.
61, 194.
3, 000.
25, 000.
25, 000.
2, 493, 753.

00
00 I
00 i
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
oo i
00
00
00
00
00

$26, 943, 513.
74, 288.
148, 218.
10, 000.
26.
3, 368, 374.

11
00
14
00
43
77

30, 544, 420. 45
612,
525,
269,
160,
1 , 570,
153,
569,
424,
219,
258,
1, 651,
1, 465,
61,
3,
s,
5,
2, 375,

147.
385.
737.
918.
401.
161.
738.
009.
531.
498.
749.
099.
181.
394.
120.
578.
563.

94
91
03
86
38
66
26
82
42
46
41
66
64
10
45
75
08

12, 037, 109. 00
640, 000. 00
350, 000. 00

12, 835, 441. 00 j
640, 000. 00 !
350, 000. 00

11, 334, 217. 83
635, 357. 76
350, 000. 00

Total: Expenses______________________________

13, 027, 109. 00

13, 825, 441. 00

12, 319, 575. 59

Net revenue, transit and Canal Zone operations.

17, 807, 891. 00

17, 009, 559. 00

18, 224, 844. 86

17, 000. 000. 00
16, 319, 000. 00

17, 000, 000. 00
16, 319, 000. 00

16, 929, 247. 24
16, 192, 527. 81

BUSINESS OPERATIONS

Revenues.
Expenses.
Net revenue, business operations.
Net revenue, combined operations_____________________________________
Nonrevenue amortization public works, Panama and Colon___________________ j
Total net income, Panama Canal and Canal Zone.
Adjustment between cash and accrual basis, 1928.

681, 000. 00
18, 488, 891. 00
100, 000. 00

681, 000. 00 !
17, 690, 559. 00
100, 000. 00

736, 719. 43
18, 961, 564. 29
71, 579. 14
19, 033, 143. 43
1, 340, 548. 65

Budget Statement No. 1 receipts, per daily Treasury
statement, unrevised_______________________________ _ $28, 141, 474. 61
Budget Statement No. 1, expenditures, per daily Treasury
statement, unrevised_______________________________ 1 10, 448, 879. 83
Excess of receipts over expenditures, daily Treasury Statement, unrevised




17, 692, 594. 7S

a63

BUDGET STATEMENTS
B udget Statement No. 9

Operations oj the Un ited States Shipping Board and Merchant Fleet Corporation, accrual basis
Estimated, 1930

S a la r ie s a n d e x p e n s e s :

________________

_

_

__

T o t a l r e c e ip t s _____________

-

__ ______
__ _

4, 500, 0 0 0
46, 000, 0 0 0

3, 0 5 0 , 0 0 0
6, 000, 000

6 , 884, 289. 90
5, 470, 500. 0 0

_____________________

41, 500, 0 0 0

2, 9 5 0 , 0 0 0

1, 4 1 3 , 7 8 9 . 9 0

6 6 , 694, 0 0 0
1, 1 3 2 , 0 0 0

6 8, 493, 265
1, 1 7 3 , 2 0 0

76, 322, 536. 41
1, 7 7 9 , 3 8 8 . 1 4

67, 826, 0 0 0

69, 666, 4 65

78, 101, 924. 5 5

7 6 , 191, 0 0 0
1 , 135, 0 0 0

80, 3 4 6 , 5 9 2
2, 7 1 9 , 8 7 3

95, 281, 032. 6 0
1, 7 9 4 , 5 8 1 . 0 2

77, 326, 0 0 0

83, 066, 465

97, 075, 613. 62

9, 5 0 0 , 0 0 0

13, 4 0 0 , 0 0 0

1 8, 9 7 3 , 6 8 9 . 0 7

200, 000

2 0 0 , 000

308, 572. 51

2 , 10 0 , 0 0 0
2 , 100, 0 0 0

2, 2 2 5 , 0 0 0
2, 2 2 5 , 0 0 0

3, 0 0 0 , 000. 0 0
3, 0 0 1 , 025. 15

-

-

- _

_

_

--

_

________________

D i s b u r s e m e n t s __________ ___

__

-

_

_

_

_

^

_

„
_____

D i f f e r e n c e ____

_

*

_____________
- __________

__________________

_

__________

_______ _______ ___ ___________________
- ________________ _______
_ -

7, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0

4, 4 8 8 , 9 2 3 . 7 9

_____ ________________________ ______ _______
_____________ _________________

500, 0 0 0
400, 00 0

300, 000
160, 0 00

1, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

_____________________

100, 000

140, 0 0 0

_______ _________________

_

-

___ __________

S u m m a r y o f e x c e s s o f d i s b u r s e m e n t s o v e r r e c e ip t s :
S a la r ie s a n d e x p e n s e s
________ ______
_ -_____
_______
C o n s t r u c t i o n lo a n f u n d _ _ _ _
________
___________
_
_ __________
O p e r a t i n g f u n d ______ ________ ______ _______________________________________
_____
C la i m s a p p r o p r ia tio n s
_
_
________
_____________
_
____
L i q u id a t i o n f u n d
_______
_
___________
____
_ __________
D ie s e l f u n d ________
*
.
__________ _ _
_
- _________________________________
_____
In su ra n ce fu n d
___ ______________
__________
_______
T o t a l _______________

_

__________ _________

J u d g m e n t s , C o u r t o f C la i m s , e t c

1, 0 2 5 . 15

________
1, 000, 0 0 0

D i s b u r s e m e n t s __________ ______ ___

In s u r a n c e f u n d :
R e c e i p t s _____ _
D is b u r s e m e n t s

_

_________________________

E x c e s s o f d is b u r s e m e n t s o v e r r e c e ip t s ____ _______ ____________________
D ie s e l f u n d :

__________

_________________________________
____________________________________

__________________

L iq u id a tio n fu n d :
R e c e i p t s — S a le s a n d i n t e r e s t
D is b u r s e m e n t s
______________

________________

_______- ________ _________

_____________________

E x c e s s o f d i s b u r s e m e n t s o v e r r e c e ip t s
C la i m s a p p r o p r ia t i o n s :

$335 , 371. 0 6

_

-

D is b u r s e m e n t s —
O p e r a t io n s e x p e n s e s ______________________
M is c e lla n e o u s
- *.
______________
T o ta l d isb u rse m en ts

$320, 000

________ ___

O p e r a tin g fu n d :
R e c e ip t s —
V e s s e ls r e v e n u e _____________________________
M i s c e lla n e o u s ___ ___
_______________

Actual, 1928

____________________________________
____
___________ ________________

C o n s t r u c t i o n lo a n f u n d :
R e c e i p t s _______
_____________________________
D is b u r s e m e n t s _______
_
~ - _______________
D iffe r e n c e

!

$500, 0 0 0

_____________

D is b u r s e m e n ts _ _

Estimated, 1929

________ ____________________________
________ ___

_

_

_

T o t a l n e t e x c e s s o f d i s b u r s e m e n t s o v e r r e c e ip t s ___ __________________

_____

500,
41, 500,
9, 500,
200,

320,
2, 950,
13, 4 0 0 ,
200,

000
000
000
000

000
000
000
000

1, 000, 0 0 0
1 100, 0 0 0

7, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0
i 140, 0 00

52, 600, 0 0 0

23, 730, 0 0 0

335,
1 1, 4 1 3 ,
18, 9 7 3 ,
308,
1,
4, 488,
1 1, 0 0 0 ,

371.
789.
689.
572.
025.
92a
000.

06
90
07
51
15
79
00

21, 693, 791. 68
7, 3 8 1 , 228. 6 8

__________ _
___

29, 075, 020. 3 6

1927

1928

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
(a )

B a la n c e s J u n e 3 0 in f u n d s o f U n i t e d S t a t e s S h ip p i n g B o a r d a n d M e r c h a n t F l e e t C o r p o r a t io n :
(1 ) C o n s t r u c t i o n lo a n f u n d .
- __________ ______
_
________________
________
( 2 ) S h ip p in g f u n d —
In su ra n ce rese rv e
_______
___________ _________
_
____
_____
O t h e r ____
________ ______
_______- _
_ ______________ _____________________________
( 3 ) C la i m s s e t t l e m e n t f u n d
___________
_____________ . _ ~
________
___________ - .. ________________________________________
(4 ) L i q u id a t i o n f u n d
(5 ) D ie s e li z a t i o n f u n d _
--____________________
( 6 ) R e p o s s e s s e d s h ip s a n d t r a d e r o u t e s f u n d
___________________________ _____________________ _________
(7 ) S a la r ie s a n d e x p e n s e s , S h ip p i n g B o a r d ________
_
_ _ _ _
___________ _________

$72, 617, 255. 67
9, 063, 490. 31
2 4 , 8 5 6 , 7 4 7 . 14
1 , 61 9 , 194. 61
4, 364, 323. 8 0
5, 000, 000. 0 0
24, 870. 72

j
Balance on deposit in United States Treasury __________ __ ____ - _
Balance outside United States Treasury________ ____ - ___________ _____ ______ __________
(b) Outstanding loans June 30, 1928 ~
___ - _______________________________________________
i Credits.




117, 545,
104, 371,
1 3 ,1 7 4 ,
14, 0 55,

882.
073.
809.
769.

25
08
17
99

$75, 203, 465. 77
10, 4 9 3 ,
27, 400,
1, 927,
220,
1, 8 2 4 ,
10, 000,
74,
127,
112,
14,
9,

145,
684,
461,
550,

617.
451.
767.
782.
722.
000.
669.

14
10
12
77
15
00
60

475.
042.
433.
801.

65
23
42
66

a64

THE BUDGET, 1930
B udget Statem ent

N o . 10

Summary statements oj various accounts, junds, and authorizations
ALASKA RELIEF FUNDS
i
i
Total
available

Appropria­
tions

Total
expended

l
Amount
transferred i
to War
Department j

i
i

Status June 30,1926.
__ * ____ ___
- __
__
„
__
..
„__ ____
___ ____
Fiscal year 1927 ................... .................. ...................................
_................................................
......_
Fiscal year 1928.................................................................................................... ...................................... .............................
*..... ..................... ......... ...............
................. . ......... ... _......................
Fiscal year 1929 (estimated).. ____
Fiscal year 1930 (estimated)............................................................. ......... ._
.................................................. j

$23,809.46
15,368.83

$52,989.96
53,613.89

$14,744.90
18,625.22

15.000.00
15.000.00

26.023.41
26.023.41

15.000.00
15.000.00

$23,965.26 !

Cash
balance

$29,180.50
38,245.06
11,023.41
11.023.41
11.023.41

ALIEN P R O PE R T Y C U STO DIAN
Cash

Balance

Received

$183,330,000
181,680,000
94,170,000
65,000,000

$266,400,000
271,610,000
272,500,000
273,000,000

Remaining
on hand

Returned
in kind

$186,835,000
188,950,000
252,500,000
273,000,000

Expended

Received

ALIEN P R O P E R T Y CUSTO DIAN TR U ST P R O P E R T Y

Estimated vlaue of assets other than cash

j

(Act Oct. 6, 1917)
Total to June 30,
Total to June 30,
Total to June 30,
Total to June 30,

$342,360,000 ! $159,030,000
1927..____ ______ _______ ____ _____________ ____ _______ ____ _______ _
175,205,000
1928.. ______ ______ ______ _____ _____ ______ _________________ ________ _ 356,885,000
1929 (estimated)___________________ ____________________ ______________ ______ 366,885,000
272,715,000
......................................................................... ................ 371,885,000 1 306,885,000
1930 (estimated)..........

$79,565,000
82,660,000
20, 000,000
l...................
1

!
U N IT E D S T A T E S E M P L O Y E E S ' C O M P E N SA T IO N C O M M ISS IO N
Expenditures

Receipts
j Total available
i for expenditures

Advances from
appropriations

U NITED

STATES EM PLO YEES’
PENSATTON FU N D

Total expended

All other

Deposited to
credit miscel­
laneous receipts
and repayment
of appropriations

Cash balance

Estimated value
all assets, exclu*
sive of cash bal­
ance

COM- !

(Act Sept. 7,1916)
Accumulated total:
June 30, 1926...............................................................
$19,175,000.00
June 30, 1927........... ............................................... 22,000,000.00
June 30, 1928............................................................... j
25,250,000.00
Estimated, June 30, 1929.........................................]
28,800,000.00
Estimated, June 30, 1930.........................................
32,400,000* 00

$280,332.29
308,395.53
356.033.44
396.033.44
436.033.44

$19,527,569.94
22,308,395.53
25.606.033.44
29.196.033.44
32.836.033.44

$19,527,569.94
22,277,397.61
25,597,378.38
29.196.033.44
32.836.033.44

$1,033.87
6,311.42

$223.13
29,964.05
2,343.64

FED ER AL P O W E R C O M M ISS IO N
(Act Jnne 10, 1920)

Receipts

For use of
Indian
lands

For use of
public
lands and
national
forests

Distribution, available for disbursement through—

1
I
1 For reimFor use of !
bursing
Govern!
oasts of
ment dams
administraj
tion

Total

Indian
funds

Reclama­
tion fund

$5,497.97
7,036.59
9,45177

$18,156.11
31.442L39
42,032.71
54,375.30
71,661.05

;
i
Accumulated total:
June 30, 1926...................................................
June 3 0 , 1927........... ..................... ................
June 3 0 , 1938..................................................
Estimated, June 3 0 , 1929..............................
Estimated, June 30,1930...............................




$5,497.97
7,036.59
9,454.77
12,916.56
16,284.74

$36,312.21
62,884.77
84,065.40
108,750.58
143,322.08

$107,414.00 1 $317,432.67
211.447.50 i 472,006.81
315,481.00;
651,414.80
514.789.50 J 862,226.63
718,663.00! 1,103,539.37

$466,656.85
753,375.67
1,060,415.97
1,498,683.27
1,981,809.19

12,916.56
16,284.74

Indefinite
appropria­
tion, main­
tenance and
operation
of dams,
etc. (War
Depart'
ment)

$212,423.34
341,727.16
483,447.91
688,508.07
911,101.19

Payments
to States
under the
Federal
water
power act,
special
funds

Available
for deposit
to credit of
miscella­
neous re­
ceipts

$13,617.06
23.581.78
31,524.51
40,78146
53.745.78

$216,962.37
349,587.75
493,956i 07
702,10L 88
929,016.43

B D E STA E E T
UGT
T MNS

a65

No. 10.— Summary statements of various accountstfunds, and authorizations— Continued
U NITED ST AT ES GRAIN C OR PO R ATIO N
(A ct M ar. 4, 1919)
Expenditures

Receipts

Total available
A dvances from
appropriations

Total expended

All other

D eposited to
credit m iscel­
laneous receipts
and repaym ent
of appropriations

Estim ated value
all assets, exclu­
sive of cash bal­
ance

Cash balance

i

|

Status July 1, 1919 _____________ *___ _____
i ($150,000,000.00)
Fiscal year 1920_______________ _______________ .
350,000,000.00 $1,037,210,018.32 $1,485,005,249.63 $1,004,807,808.19
Status June 30, 1926
.... ........ - - *
Status June 30,1927
- ____
...
^ ,
Status June 30,1928
__ . . . ________

$97,952,315.31
130,197,441.44
* 225,535.33
* 140,798.94

$350,000,000.00

$69,838,240.40
29,548,244. 88

3 115,419.98

1 Succeeded United States F ood Adm inistration Grain Corporation, July 1,1919; $150,000,000 capital stock ow ned b y U nited States.
*
T otal deposited in U . S. Treasury to date, $538,937,791.41 ($482,078,988.55 in cash and $56,858,802.49 in obligations o f foreign governm ents).
in U . S. Treasury.
3 D eposited under Executive Order N o. 4791, D ec, 31, 1927.

Cash balance not deposited

UNITED S T A T E S H O U SIN G C O R P O R A TIO N
(A cts M ay 16, 1918; June 4, 1918)

1'otal expenditure iS

Receipts

;
Advances from
appropriations

Accum ulated total:
June 30,1927..____ ________________________________ ________
June 30,1928— .......... ................................................... ............. ..
Estim ated, June 30,1929..................... ..................... ...................
Estim ated, June 30, 1930............................... .......... .......

All other

Total available

Total ex­
pended

D eposited to
| credit miscel! laneous re! ceipts and re| paym ent of
appropriations

$74,945,021.73
75.348.958.15
75.736.458.15
76.086.458.15

$39,059,864.38
40,862,445. 21
42.434.445.21
43.643.445.21

$114,004,886.11
116.211.403.36
118.170.903.36
119.729.903.36

$78,933,474. 76
79.346.811.16
79.734.311.16
80.084.311.16

$34,469,047.63
36.269.646.41
37.841.646.41
39.050.646.41

Estim ated
value all
assets, exclu­
sive of cash
balance

Cash balance

$602,363. 72
594, 945. 79
594, 945. 79
594,945. 79

$5,132,808.76
3,933,591.41
2,816,925.28
1,983,925. 28

P E R R Y ’S VIC TO R Y M E M O R IA L C O M M IS S IO N

Receipts (other
than from ap­ Total available
propriations)

Expenditures
Total expended

Cash balance

P E R R Y 'S V IC T O R Y M E M O R IA L C O M M IS S IO N FUND
(A ct M ar. 3, 1919)
_____
___________ ______________________________________________ __________
Status D ec. 1, 1927._
Fiscal year ending D ec 1,1928
____________ *___________ - ______ ______________________ _____. _________________
Fiscal year ending D ec. 1, 1929 (estim ated)............ ..... .......................... .................................... ..... ...................... ............. .........
Fiscal year ending Dec. 1, 1930 (estim ated)__ __________
___ - ________________________ _______________ ___________

i
i
$8,598.25
9.000.00
8.000.00

$10,389.98
10.650.03
10.650.03

$8,739.95
8,000.00
8,000.00

$1,791.73
1.650.03
2.650.03
2.650.03

U N IT ED S T A T E S R AILR O AD A D M IN IS T R A T IO N
(A c t o f M ar. 21,1918, as am ended (Federal control act); act of Feb. 28, 1920, as am ended (transportation act))

'

Expenditures

Receipts

Advances from
appropriations

T otal available
for expenditures
All other

Total expended

Accum ulated total:
June 30, 1926........................... .................. ............... $2,106,264,572.56 $2,317,477,760.69 $4,423,742,333.25 $3,557,564,086.45
June 30, 1927............................................................ 2,106,764,572.56 2,374,215,656.93 4,480,980,229.49 3,559,095,286.76
June 30, 1928................................ .......... ...................1 2,107,014,572.56 2.453.897.195.44 4.560.911.768.00 3.509.709.622.81
June 30, 1929 (estim ated)........................................1 2,108,014, o72.56 2.454.500.157.44 4.562.514.730.00 3.560.709.622.81




D eposited to i
credit miscel­
laneous receipts
and repaym ent
o f appropriations

$821,047,334.59
876,787,119.64
956.118.843.37
956.168.525.37

Cash balance

$45,130,912.21
45,097,823.09
45.083.301.82
45.636.581.82

Estim ated value
all assets, exclu­
sive o f cash
balance

$121,841,151.74
86,890,254.71
10,403,830.12
8,778*927.15

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THE BU D GET,

66

N o . 10 .—Summary

193 0

statements oj various accounts, funds, and authorizations

- C ontinued

TRANSACTIONS OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION UNDER THE TRANSPORTATION ACT, I»20
Expenditures

R eceipts
I

D eposited to
credit miscel­
laneous receipts
and repaym ents
of appropriations

Total available

Item
Advances from
|
appropriations

Total expended

All other 1

!

Accum ulated total:
June 30, 1920Sec. 210___________ ________ _______________
Sec. 209 ...............................................
Sec. 204 .

Cash balance

Estim ated value
of all assets,
excluding cash
balance

i
!

I
!
$260,000,000.00 [ $241,852, 945. 77
529,678,719.42
10,127, 563. 80

$501,852, 945. 77
529,678, 719.42
10,127,563.80

$350,600,667. 00
529,678, 719. 42
10,127, 563.80

$170,746, 278. 77

i $151,252,278.77
i..................
I
j------------- -------------

T otal__________ _______ _________________

799,806,283.22

241,852, 945. 77

1,041,659,228.99

890,406,950.22 !

151,252,278.77

170, 746,278. 77

June 30, 1927Sec. 210................................... ..........................
Sec. 209 ...........................................
Sec. 204

260,000,000.00
529,892,619.41
10,297,130.86

276,573, 528. 52

536,573,528.52
529, S92,619.41
10,297, 130.86

350,600,667.00
529,892,619.41
10,297,130.86 j

185,972,861. 52

146,380,885.05

Total____ ____________ ________ __________

800,189, 750.27

276,573,528. 52

1,076,763,278.79

890,790,417.27 ;

185,972,861. 52

146,380,885. 05

June 30, 1 9 2 8 Sec. 210___________________________ ________
Sec. 209»_.......... .............................................
Sec. 204.............................. .
* ___

260,000,000.00
529,310,248. 52
10, 903, 734. 78

361,253,359. 74

621, 253, 359. 74
529,310,248.52
10,903,734.78

350,600,667.00
529,310,248.52
10,903,734. 78

270,652,692. 74

69,261, 448.38

T o t a l....................................................

....

800,213,983.30

361.253,359. 74

1,161,467,343.04

890,814,650.30 :

270, 652,692.74

69,261,448.38

Estim ated June 30, 1929Sec. 210_____________ _______ ________ ______
Sec. 209 _____
____
___
___
See. 204........................... ..........................

260,000,000.00
529,560,248. 52
11,653,734.78

365,779,059. 74

625,779,059.74
529, 560, 248. 52
11,653,734.78

350,600,667.00
529,560,248.52
11, 653,734. 78

275,178,392. 74

68,411,748.38

801,213, 983. 30

365, 779, 059. 74

1,166,993,043.04

891,814,650.30 I

275,178,392. 74

68,411,748.38

Estimated June 30, 1930—
,
Sec. 210_____ _______ __________ ________ _ _ J
Sec. 209......... ......... ..................................
J
Sec. 204............ ...........................................
1

260,000,000.00
529,560,248. 52
11,653,734. 78

370,264,059.74

630,264,059. 74
529,560,248.52
11.653,734.78

350,600,667.00
529,560, 248. 52
11,653, 734. 78

279,663,392. 74

67, 551,748. 38

T o t a l . . . . . ................................. .......................|

801,213,983. 30

370,264,059. 74

1,171,478,043.04

891,814,650. 30 |

279,663,392. 74

67,551, 748.38

T o t a l.._____ _________________ _______ _

* Represents repaym ents o f principal and paym ents of interest.
* R eduction com pared w ith preceding year is occasioned b y the cancellation of certain certificates representing overpaym ents to carriers.
T R A N S A C TIO N S OF T H E IN T E R S T A T E C O M M E R C E C O M M ISS IO N U N D ER SE C T IO N I5a, IN T E R ST A T E C O M M E R C E ACT
(General Railroad Contingent Fund)

Item

Accum ulated total:
June 30, 1926......... .................................. ............. ...............................................................................................
June 30,1927....... ............................................................................................. ...................................................
June 30, 1928................ ................................................................................... .................................................
June 30, 1929 (estimated) *_..............................................................................................................................
June 30, 1930 (estim ated)1. . .................
..
...........................................
.........................

Receipts (other
than from ap­
propriations)

Total
available

$7,008,583.36
7,860,526.24
9,026,300.38

$7,008,583.36
7,860,526.24
9,026,300.38

!
l
!

Expenditures

Total
expended

$7,008,540.75
7,860,457.64
9,026,150.63

1 Because of pending litigation in the m ethods o f com putation o f values, etc., it is not practicable to estimate future accretions to this fund.




Cash balance

Estim ated
value all assets,
exclusive o f cash
balance

$42.61
6a 60
149.75

$7,008,540.75
7,800,457.64
9,026,150.63

BUDGET STATEMENTS

a67

No. 10.— Summary statements of various accounts, funds, and authorizations— Continued
SM IT H S O N IA N IN STIT U T IO N
Expenditures
Receipts, including
sale of securities,
etc.

Total available

Total expended
including purchase
securities, etc.

Cash balance

Estimated value
all assets, exclu­
sive of cash
balance

SM IT H S O N IA N IN S T IT U T IO N FU N D
(Act 1846)

!
!

Status June 30. 1927 _ _
__________
___ _ ________ _____
^
Fiscal year 1928......................... ........... ................................................................................i

$1,247,891.58

$5, 557,160.36
3 5,812,733. 26

i $202,827.49
1 234,169.41

2 $1, 216,549. 66

$1,450,719.07

i General fund_________ _________________ _________ _________________ _______________ ___________ _____________________ ___________ _______________ $15,324.93
Special fund.................... ....... .............................. ........... .......................................... .................................................. ..................... .................... ............................. 187,602.56

$14,797.92
219,371.49

Total................................................ ............................................................................................................. ..................................... .................... .................. . . 202,827.49

234,169.41

1 For general purposes...................................................................................................................................... .................... .................................. ................................... ..........
63,663.15
For purposes specified by donors, including investments made________ ___________ _________________ _______________ _________ ___________________ _______1,152,886.51
Total................ .......................... ....... ........................ ........................ ........... ..................... .......................... .......................................................... ........................................ 1,216,549.66
3 Present Smithsonian fu n d ........................ ............. ....................................... .................... ............................................................................................ ....................................
Other bequests.......................................................... ................................................. ............................ ............................ , ....................................................................................

727,64a 00
272,360.00

Total (deposited in U. S. Treasury at 6 per cent interest. Income largely available for general purposes)____________ __________________________ 1,000,000.00
Other bequests (invested funds. Income largely restricted to purposes specified by donors)...................................... ........................................................... ......... 4,812,733.26
Total............................................................................................................ ........................... .................................................................. ........................................................ 5,812,733.26
W A R FINANCE COR PO R ATIO N
Cash on hand at
beginning of fis­
cal year

Repayment of
loans

Total available for
e x p e n s e s and
loans *

Expenditures (in­
cluding expenses
and loans)1

$523,043,730.07
36,787,270.70
62,542,984.14
65,388,118.81
8 65,534,085.38

1 $508,802,008.81
2,783,274.13
1,422,358.73
454,033.43
3 100,000.00

Cash balance

W A R FIN AN CE COR PO R ATIO N FU N D
(Acts M ay 5,1918, and Aug. 24, 1921)
Fiscal year 1925................. ........................ : ............................ ............................................
Fiscal year 1926 - . . _____________ - ____________________ ■_____________ ____
_
Fiscal year 1927...................................................................................................................
Fiscal year 1928__________________________ ________________ ______________ ______
Fiscal year 19J9^_________ . . .
_____________________ ..._______ _______________

$470,252,40L 80
14,241,721.26
34,003,996.57
61,120,625.41
64,934,085.38

$52,791,328.27
22,545,549.44
28,538,987.57
4,267,493.40
3 600,000.00

$14,241,721.26
34,003,996.57
61,120,625.41
64,934,085.38
3 65,434,085.38

1 Only "expense advances,'’ that is, advances incident to the liquidation of the corporation’s assets, have been made since July 1, 1925.
i Includes $499,000,000 turned over to Treasury Department for retirement of capital stock.
* Estimated (to Apr. 4, 1929, the expiration date of the corporation’s existence by operation of law).
U N ITED S T A T E S S H IP P IN G B O A R D A N D U N IT E D S T A T E S SH IPP IN G B O A R D M E R C H A N T S FLEET C O R PO R ATIO N

Total receipts, expenditures, and unexpended balances from inception through the fiscal years 1927, 1928, 1929, and 1930, and estimated
excess value of assets (other than cash) over liabilities on June 80, 1927, 1928, 1929, and 1980
!
Receipts

Expenditures

Total receipts
Advances from
appropriation

Accumulated totals:
June 30,1927................................................
June 30,1928...............................................
June 30,1929 (estimated).........................
June 30,1930 (estimated).........................




tw
otner

Total expended

Estimated excess
Deposits to
value of assets
Cash balance
credit miscella­
(including cash (other than cash)
neous receipts and and tinwithdrawn over liabilities
repayment of
appropriations)
appropriations
i
|

$3,651,640,771.82
$2,034,237,490.14
$5,68ft, 878,261.96
3.663.755.540.74 | 2,133,007,157.73 1 5,796,762,698.47
5.893.168.613.47
3.677.444.290.74 j 2,215,724,322.73
3.687.438.290.74 i 2,296,640,580.73
5.984.078.871.47

i

1

$5,504,155,489.75
5.624.581.794.38
5.723.807.920.38
5.816.842.928.38

$54,577,296.56
54,614,451.20
54.625.360.98
54.625.360.98

$127,145,475.65 j
117,566,452.89
114.735.332.11 |
112.610.582.11 j

$173,621,849.50
168,237,449.16
164,150,000.00
161, O ^00a 00
fiO

T E B D E 1930
H U G T,

a68
No.

1 0 .— Summary

statements o f various accounts, funds, and authorizations—

C o n t in u e d

UNITED STATES VETERANS* BUREAU
Expenditures

Receipts
From appropri­
ations

From interest

Total, including
previous fiscal
year balance

Certificate pay­
ments

Invested (cost)

AD JU ST ED -SER VIC E CERTIFICATE FUND
(Act M ay 19, 1924)

$220,000,000.00

Total to June 30, 1926................................ ................................................
Total to June 30, 1927------------------- ------------------------- -------------------Total to June 30, 1928.............................. ......... ........... ............................
192 9
.................. ........................ ....................... ...........................
1930 (estimated)........ ......... ........................................ ...............................

$3,876,975.34
11,565,173.56
24,043,602.86
19,122,841.00
23,000,000.00

336.000.000.00
448, ooo, ooa 00

112.000.000.00
112,000,000.00

$223,876,975.34
347,565,173.56
472,043,602.86

Receipts

$203,900,000.00
313,180,414.90
402,419,097.13
110,493,846.00
113,500,000.00

$19,976,975.34
34,384,758.66
69,624,505.73
20,628,995.00
21,500,000.00

Expenditures
Total available

From premiums

From loans,
interest, etc.

Balance
Claimsjtoans,

Dividends

i

Investments

G O V E R N M E N T LIFE IN SU R A N C E FUND
i

(Acts Dec. 24, 1919, Mar. 4, 1923, June 7, 1924)
Total to June 30, 1926....................................... .............
Total to June 30,1927..................... ................................
Total to June 30, 1928..................... ...............................
1929 (estimated)------------------------------------- ------------ __
1930 (estimated).................. ............................................

$224,497,752. 67
276,923,84a 61
353,426,225.34
68.412.768.00
67.820.620.00

$20,634,860.04
36,047,953.08
43,929,714.57
25,687,232.00
29,579,38a 00

$245,132,612.71
312, 971, 793.69
397,355,939.91

$11,094,035.25
14,594,70S. 78
19,714,258.36
4.608.000.00
4.780.000.00

$52,466,630.15
$181,003,689.49
68,108,714.46 j 1 228,976,295.73
85,675,631.13 , * 289,819,363.98
33.427.000.00
* 56,065,000.00
34.770.000.00 I 3 57,850,000.00

$568,257.82
1,292,078.90
2,146,686.44

3 Represents, entirely, loans on adjusted-service certificates.

1 Includes $20,850,960.95 loaned on adjusted-service certificates.
2 Includes $72,608,506.19 loaned on adjusted-service certificates.

D E P A R T M E N T OF AGRICULTURE

Receipts

Expenditures

Total expended

Deposited to
credit miscel­
laneous receipts
and repayment
of appropriations

$3,926,415.89
3.926.415.89
3.926.415.89
3.926.415.89

$2,834,061.65
2.886.164.15
2.935.164.15
2.960.164.15

Total available
Advances from
appropriations

All other

Estimated value
all assets, exclu­
sive of cash bal­
ance

Cash balance

SE ED G RAIN LO A N COLLECTIO N S
(Acts Mar. 3, 1921; Mar. 20, 1922; Apr. 26, 1924)
Accumulated total:
June 30,1927............... ...............................................
June 30, 1928................. ............................ ................
June 30,1929 (estimated).......................... ..........
June 30,1930 (estimated)__________ __________ _

$3,851,497.04
3.851.497.04
3.851.497.04
3.851.497.04

$2, 910,365. 75
2.961.083.00
3.010.083.00
3.035.083.00

$6,761,862.79
6.812.580.04
6.861.580.04
6.886.580.04

Authorized amount
available 1

$1,385. 25

Appropriated
amount available

E x p e n d e d from
appropriated funds

C O O P E R A T IV E C O N ST R U C T IO N OF RURAL P O S T R OA DS
(Act July 11, 1916)
Accumulated total:
June 30, 1927________________ _________ _________________ ___________ _______ ________________________ ____________ ____
June 30, 1928........... ........................ ............................ .............................. ............................ .
.............. .....................................
June 30, 1929 ............................. ......................................... ......................... .........
......................................................................
June 30, 1930................................................................................. .......... ..................................... ............................................................
June 30,1931 ............................... *.................................. .............................
......
..............
......................




1Aggregate amount authorized toJune 30, 1 28 $990,000,000covering period ending June 30, 19 1.
9 ,
3

$690,000,000.00
765.000.000.00
840.000.000.00
915.000.000.00
989.000.000.00

$593,200,000.00
675,700,000.00
* 758,700,000.00
* 833,700,000.00

JEstim
ated.

$593,139,298.00
675,653,131.00
a 758,700* 000.00
2 833,700,000.00

B D E ST T M N S
UGT AE E T
N o . 10 .—Summary

a69

statements oj various accounts, junds, and authorizations— C ontin ued
DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE—
Continued

1

Expended—

Total authorized

F O R E S T .R O A D D E V E L O P M E N T
H IG H W A Y S
(Act Nov. 9, 1921)

Total appropri­
Total contributed
ated

Total available

Total
From appropri­ From contributed
ated funds
funds

AN D
!
j

Accumulated total;
June 30, 1927_____ _______________ _____________
June30, 1928......... .................... ............................... i
June 30,1929 (estimated)......................................
June 30, 1930 (estimated)....................................... !
June 30,1931 (estimated).......................................I
1

$39,059,020.00
46.592.065.00
55.592.065.00

$15,611,956.00
16,879,493.00
18,000,000.00

Total available

Total expended

Deposited to
credit miscella­
neous receipts
and repayment
of appropriations

$22,621.65
23,211.31

$1,536.85
139.94

20,000.00
20,000.00

$44( 675,000.00
51 055,000.00
64.055.000.00
72.055.000.00

$60,286,956.00
70,931 493.00
82,055,000.00

$24,158. 50
23,351.25

$58,000,000.00
73,000,000.00
73,000,000.00
73,000,000.00
73,000,00a 00

$15,611,956.00
16,879,493.00
18,000,000.00

20,000.00
20,000.00

$54,670,976.00
63,471,558. Q0
73,592,065.00

INTER IO R D E P A R T M E N T

Receipts (other
than from appro­
priations)

Cash balance

F R E E D M E N ’S H O SPITA L FUND
(Act June 26, 1912, vol. 37, p. 172)
Fiscal year
Fiscal year
Estimated,
Estimated,

1927................. .
1928------------------fiscal year 1929..
fiscal year 1930..

GEN ER AL LAN D OFFICE, SPECIAL FUNDS—D EP O SIT S BY INDIVIDUALS
FOR SU R V E YIN G PUBLIC LAN DS
(U. S. C., p. 1022, sec. 711; p. 1381, secs. 759 and 761; p. 1391, sec. 887)
Status June 30,1926.............
Fiscal year 1927.......................
Fiscal year 1928 ...................
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..

$828,127.79
820,512.62
811.247.68
807.247.68

28,638.51
29,26194
24.000.00
25.000.00

$800,737.91
799,489.28
791.247.68
787.247.68
782,247. 68

2,498,689.58
1,754,298.39
1,728,875.00
1,750,000.00

5,671,230.57
4,252,957.97
3,481,844.18
3,478,875.00

3,172,540.99
2,499,957.97
1,753,000.00
1,728,875.00

3,172,54a 99
2,498,680. 58
1.753.000.00
1,728; 875.00
1.750.000.00

10,000.00

33,596.94
27,260.68
19,98165
16,576.88

6,336.26
7,276.03
3,407.77
1,900.00

23,596.04
27,200.68
19,96105
16.576.88
14.676.88

59,523.66
38,422.07

130^657.64

40,270.35
45,70115
54,500.00

27,389.88
21,023.34

20,000.00
20,000.00

G E N E R A L LAND OFFICE, SP EC IAL FU N DS— P A Y M E N T S T O ST AT ES
F R O M R EC EIPT S U N D E R M IN E R A L LE ASIN G ACT
(U. S. C ., p. 966, sec. 191)
Status June 30,1926.............
Fiscal year 1927......................
Fiscal year 1928......................
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..
G E N E R A L LAN D

OFFICE, SP EC IAL FUNDS— C O M P L E T IN G
W IT H IN R AILR O AD LA N D G R A N T S

SU R V E YS

(U. S. C ., p. 1394, sec. 90S)
Status June 30,1926...............
Fiscal year 1927.......................
Fiscal year 1928.......................
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..
PUBLIC SC H O O LS (ALASKA) FU N D
(Act Mar. 3,1913)
Status Jane 30,1926________
Fiscal year 1927................... .
Fiscal year 1928......................
Estimated, fiscal year 1629..
Estimated, fiscal year 2930..




128,809.36

sa ooaoo

133.105.21

52,500.00

131.106.21

5*ooa0
0

71,133.98
90^387.29

83.105.21
78.605.21

76.106.21

T E B D E 1930
H U G T,

a70
N o . 10 .—Summary

statements oj various accounts}fundsy and authorizations— C ontinued
INTERIOR DEPARTMENT—Continued
Receipts (other
than from appro­
priations)

Total expended

Total available

Deposited to
credit miscella­
neous receipts
and repayment
of appropriations

Cash balance

PE N SIO N M O N E Y , ST . ELIZABETH S H O SP ITA L
(R. S., p. i 8, sec. 4839; acts Feb. 20,1905, vol. 33, p. 731; Feb. 2,1909, vol. 35, p. 592)
Status June 30,1926..............
Fiscal year 1927...............
.
Fiscal year 1928____________
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..

$71,457.66
74,559.04
70.000.00
75.000.00

152,771.39
150,275.44
160,000.00
155,000.00

382,532.46
322,968.65
345.682.97
310.682.97

$542,394.20
594,221.45
595, 505. 60
590.505.60
590.505.60

$
1

$613,851.86
668,780.49
665.505.60
665.505.60

630.41
7 274.89
7 000.00
75,000.00

PE R SO NA L FU N DS OF PA TIE N T S, S T . ELIZABETH S H O SPITA L
(R. S., p. 928, sec. 4939; acts Feb. 20,1905, vol. 33, p. 731; Feb. 2, 1909, vol. 35, p. 592)
Status June 30,1926-----------Fiscal year 1927------------------Fiscal year 1928............. .........
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..

j
i
!
;

209, 355.80
136,221.49
190.000.00
140.000.00

229,761.07
172,693.21
185, 682.97
155,682. 97
170,682.97

$483.45
1,064.19

Expenditures

Receipts

Total available
Advances from ,
appropriations

Total expended

Deposited to
credit miscel­
laneous receipts
Cash balance
and repayment :
of appropriations;

Estimated value
all assets, exclu­
sive of cash
balance

R EC LA M A TIO N FU N D
(Act of June 17, 1902, vol. 32, p. 388, secs. 1-10, and
acts amendatory thereof and supplementary to)
Accumulated total:
June 30, 1926............................................. .....................
June 30, 1927............... .....................................................
June 30, 1928.......................................... .................. .........
June 30,1929 (estimated).......................... ....................
June 30, 1930 (estimated)................................... ...........'

$65,991,399.88
71, 554,609. 42
77,704,597.34
83.200.000.00
89.700.000.00

$222,462,141.79 j $208,217,323. 09
232,142,860.84
215,650,476.40
241,446,191.05 ! 224,237,943. 55
250.400.000.00
235.400.000.00
245.400.000.00
260.400.000.00 '

121,299,231.99
17,083,123.60
15.000.000.00
15.000.000.00

$156,470,741. 91
160, 588, 251. 42
163,741,593. 71
167,200,000.00
170,700,000.00

i 44,262,253.11
39,268,159.96
38.767.932.90
38.717.932.90

$6,000,000.00
8.000.000.00

$8,244,818.70
9,492,384.44
9,208,247.50

9,000,000.00

6,000,000.00

7.000.000.00

$127,980,000.00

120,000,000.00

5,000,000.00

10,000,000.00

130.000.000.00
136.000.000.00
143.000.000.00

M ISC ELLAN E O U S TR U ST FU N DS O F IN D IA N !
TRIBES
!
(Various treaties and acts)
Status June 30,1926...............
Fiscal year 1927-------- „--------Estimated, fiscal year 1928..
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..

|
j
j
1

i 22,077,216.75
15,500,227.06
15.050.000.00
15.000.000.00

i 22,963,021.12
i 22,185,036.36
23.767.932.90
23.717.932.90
23.717.932.90

i 729,282,925.00
i 729,282,925.00
729.282.925.00
729.282.925.00
729.282.925.00

i 6,729,326.48 j
0,943,724.25 I
6.930.548.29
6.880.548.29 t

i 2,721,516.93
2,763,175.96
2,800,000.00
2,800,000.00

14,045,295.14
14,007,809,55
4.180.548.29
4.130.548.29
4.080.548.29

1220.717.075.00
1230.717.075.00
220.717.075.00
220.717.075.00
220.717.075.00

IN D IA N M O N E Y S , P R O C E E D S OF LABO R
(Acts Mar. 3, 1S83, vol. 22, p. 590, sec. 2; Mar. 2, 1887,
vol. 24, p. 463)
Status June 30, 1926.............
Fiscal year 1927___________
Fiscal year 1928. ....................
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..

12,684,031.34
2,935,914.70
2.750.000.00
3.750.000.00
i
1

Receipts

Advances from
appropriations

From salary
deductions

Loans, in­
terest, etc.

* $9l,584,07L 63
116,274,888.41
142,729,500.09
27, ooo, ooa 00
27, ooa ooa oo

*$7,685,252.25
10,162,899.31
13,211,143.86
4.400.000.00
5.800.000.00

Total, includ­
ing previous
fiscal year
balance

Expenditures
|

Annuities,
etc.*

Refunds

* $30,964,573.22
40,666,909.14
51,519,837.59
u , 790, ooa 00
12, eoo, ooa 00

* $53,874*527.04
67.999.454.01
82.799.454.01
35,200,000.00
36,100, ooa 00

Balance

Invested (cost)

CIVIL SE R V ICE R E T IR E M E N T FUND
(Act M ay 22, 1920)
Total to June 30,1926.. ................................................
Total to June 30,1927*. ________________________
Total to June 30,1928.
. . . .....................................
1929 estimated
. . . . . . . ________. . . . . . ______ . . . . $19,950,000.00
1930 estimated_________ ____________ _______ _______ 20, 500, ooa 00
i Same figures printed in 1029 B u dget.




*$99,209,323.88 *$13,870,157.89
17,732,579.98
126,437,787.72
155,940,643.95
21,503,742.63
51,350,000.00
4,340,000.00
53,320,00a 00
4 ,620, ooa 00

*Includes unexpended balances to credit of disbursing officers.

*$570,065.73
38,844.59
117,609.72
20,00& 00

* Same figures used in the 1930 Budget.

B D E ST T M N S
UGT AE E T
N o . 10 .—Summary

a71

statements of various accounts, funds, and authorizations— C ontinued
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Receipts

Expenditures
Total available

Advances from
appropriations

Total
expended

All other

Cash balance

Estimated value
all assets, ex­
clusive of cash
balance

UNITED STATES P E N IT E N T IA R Y , A T LA N T A, G A.,
W O R K IN G CAPITAL
(Original act, $150,000, approved July 10, 1918, 40 Stat. 896)
Status June 30, 1927_______
Fiscal year 1928......................
Estimated, fiscal year 1929.
Estimated, fiscal year 1930.

$150,000.00

$440,486.38
366,238.83
284,566.80
198,811.16

$1,798,018.92
1,977,821.08
2,076,712.13

$2,238,505.30
2,344,059.91
2,361,278.93

230,334.04

281,309.99

104,331.21

142,988.64

94,084.0

228,340.27
290.000.00
350.000.00

326, 706.79
378.899.34
450.399.34

237,807.45
278,500.00
335,000.00

98,366.52
88,899.34
100.399.34
115.399.34

241,879.06

287,529.18

238,476.05

45.650.12
49.053.13

2,492.71

3,868.83

3,023.87

1,376.12
844.96

53,247.15

11,328.82
10,378.77

$1,872,266.47
2,059,493.11
2,162,467.77

$699,293.75
693.000.00
680.000.00

P R ISO N ER S’ PE R SO N A L FUND
Status June 30, 1927,
Fiscal year 1928_____

50,975. 95
55,280.60

PR ISO N ER S’ BON US AC C O U N T (TEXTILE MILL)
Status June 30, 1927.
Fiscal year 1928............

38,657.43
>3.71

UNITED ST AT ES P E N IT E N T IA R Y , L E A V E N W O R T H ,
K A N S., W O R K IN G CAPITAL
(Original act, $250,000, approved Feb. 11, 1924, 43 Stat. 6)
Status June 30,1927..............
Fiscal year 1028......................
Estimated, fiscal year 1929,,
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..

250,000.00

PRISONERS* PE R SO N A L FU N D
Status June 30,1927.
Fiscal year 1928........ .
ED U CA TIO N A N D A M U S E M E N T FU N D
Status June 30, 1927..
Fiscal year 1928..........
U N IT E D ST AT ES P E N IT E N T IA R Y , M cN EIL ISLAN D,
W A S H ., P R ISO N E R S’ P E R SO N A L FUND
Status June 30,1927..
Fiscal year 1928..........

52,297.10
A M U S E M E N T FU N D

Status June 30,1927..
Fiscal year 1928..........

1,878.74

2,066.11

2,008.23

187.37
57.88

2,060.49

2,767.64

2,110.33

707.15
657.31

21,045.35

18,765.79

1,745.33
2,279.56

542.73

41.38
60.37

5,60.77

1,759.13

N A T IO N A L TR A IN IN G SC H O O L FO R B O Y S, W A S H IN G ­
TO N , D. C., P R IS O N E R S ’ PE R SO N A L FU N D
Status June 30, 1927^
Fiscal year 1928.........
U N IT E D ST A T E S IN D U ST R IA L R E F O R M A T O R Y , CHILLI­
C O T H E , O H IO , PR ISO N ER S* P E R SO N A L FU N D
Status June 30,1927..
Fiscal year 1928..........

19,300.02
A M U SE M EN T FUND

Status June 30,1927..
Fiscal year 1928..........

561.72

FE D E R A L IN D U STRIAL IN S T IT U T IO N FOR W O M E N ,
A L D E R SO N , W . VA., P R IS O N E R S ’ P E R SO N A L FU N D
Status June 30,1927..
Fiscal year 1928..........

606—28------vi




83.17

7,339.73

7,422.90

208,400.38
215,300.00
225,000.00

TH B D E 1930
E U G T,

a72
N o . 10 .—Summary

statements of various accounts, funds, and authorizations— C ontinued
NAVY DEPARTMENT
Expenditures

Receipts

Total available
Advances from
appropriations

All other

Total expended

Deposited to
credit miscel­
laneous receipts
and repayment
of appropriations

Cash balance

Estimated value
ail assets, exclu­
sive of cash bal­
ance

CLO TH IN G AN D SM A LL ST O R E S FU N D
(Acts Mar. 3, 1843: June 15, 1844; Feb. 14, 1879;
June 30, 1890; June 8, 1898; Feb. 11, 1925)

800,000.00
400,000.00

$2,021,590.09
3,432,058.67
5.168.537.14
4.368.537.14
3.968.537.14

$24,018,183.90
19, 325, 372.39
18,819,353.02
i9,eoo,ooaoo
19,270,000.00

381,719.69
376,577.13
355.018.08
355.018.08

303,057.82
321,559.05
300.000.00
300.000.00

240,384.71
78,661.87
55.018.08
55.018.08
55.018.08

174,238. 78
164,737.75
150,000.00
150, ooa oo

597,998.46
859,801 94
700.000.00
700.000.00

2,073,026.17
1,640,266.86
1.327.942.71
1.287.942.71

292,564.25
297,324.15
140, ooa 00
140, ooa oo

1,475,027.71
780,461.92
627.942.71
587.942.71
• 647,942.71

228,952.44
192,146.28
180,000.00
180,000.00

6,356.32
3,491.69
5.000.00
5.000.00

774,392.06
777.883.75
782.883.75
787.883.75

6,050,145.66
6,421,304.69
5,000,000.00
5, 000,000. 00

Status June 30, 1926............. .
Fiscal year 1927____________
Fiscal year 1928____________
Estimated, fiscal year 1929.,
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..

10,678,051.71
8,479,003.04
6.617.030.76
6.617.030.76

3.166.276.95
4.155.861.96
3.000.000.00
3.000.000.00

5,455,076.41
2,706,110.32
2, ooa 000.00
2, ooa ooa 00

96,211,056.61
93,466,063.43
90,000,000.00
90^000,000.00

118,260,885.66
114,949,839.16
109.096.801.95
109.071.801.95

91,637,638.43
90,778,510.66
9a ooo, ooa 00
95, ooa ooa 00

5,599,002.30
5,124,526.55
25,000.00

5,215,083.47
4,344,692.44
3,321,69X22
2,584,692.22

2,084,292.73
2,123,00a 22
1, 737, ooa 00

$7,914,012.92
5.168.537.14
5.168.537.14
4.368.537.14

$4,481,954.25

141,334.98
297,915.26
300.000.00
300.000.00

$5,892,422.83
1,736,478.47

S H IP S ' ST O R E S PR O FITS
(Acts M ay 13,1908, decision Comptroller of Treas­
ury, Jan. 20, 1914)
Status June 30,1926..............
Fiscal year 1927_____ ______
Fiscal year 1928____________
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated fiscal year 1930 ..
FIN ES A N D FORFEITURES
(Act Mar. 3,1909)
Status June 30,1926...............
Fiscal year 1927____________
Fiscal year 1928................... . ..
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930...

$i, ooa 000.00
715, ooa 00
600,000.00
500,000.00

R ESE R VE M A T E R IA L
(Acts Mar. 4,1917; June 15, 1917)
Status June 30, 1928..............
Fiscal year 1927......................
Fiscal year 1928......................
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..

768.035.74
774,392.06
777.883.75
782.883.75
787.883.75

1,284,241.21
1,263,36a 58
1,221,908.59
i, 200, ooa 00

1,200,000.00

N AVAL W O R K IN G FU N D
(Act Mar. 28, 1924)
Status June 30, 192<3-----------Fiscal year 1927____________
Fiscal year 1928................... ..
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..

4,627,906.05
2,057,698.35
1,617,03a 76
1,617,03a 76
1,617,03a 76

N AVAL SU PP LY A C C O U N T FUND
(Act Mar. 1, 1921)
Status June 30, 1923..... .........
Fiscal year 1927____ ________
Fiscal year 1928............... .......
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930. „

$135,654.80
459,53a 80
50,000.00

21,914,174.25
21,024,244.93
19.046.801.95
19.071.801.95
14.071.801.95

96,992,73a 62
87,703,652.60
82, 70a ooa oo
ss, 200, ooa 00

N AV AL H O S P IT A L FU N D
(R . S., sec. 4808-4809; acts Mar. 2, 1799; Feb. 26,
1811; June 7, 1900)
Status June 30,1926..............
Fiscal year 1927......................
Fiscal year 1928.......................
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..




,

, ooa oo

1 000
715,000.00
600

, ooa oo
500, ooa oo

479,705.06
498,901.70

soaooaoo
, ooa oo

500

1,251,452140

3,735,378.41
3,13a 79a 74
2,221,692:22
1, 584,693.22
1,333,239.03

105,258.90
117,268.46

U5, ooa 00
iiao o ao o

B D E ST T M N S
UGT AE E T
N o . 10 .—Summary

a73

statements oj various accounts, junds, and authorizations— C ontinued
NAVY DEPARTMENT—Continued
Receipts

Expenditures

Total available
Advances from
appropriations

All other

Total expended

Deposited to
credit miscel­
laneous receipts
and repayment
of appropriations

Cash balance

Estimated value
all assets, exclu^
sive of cash bal­
ance

PE N SIO N FUND, PRINCIPAL
(Various acts)
Status, June 30,1926........................................................
Fiscal year 1927................... .............................................
Fiscal year 1928..............................................................
Estimated, fiscal year 1929____ ________________ . .
Estimated, fiscal year 1930.__________________ _____

$3,396.35
4,143.09
4.000.00
4.000.00

$14,820,305.09
14,824, 448.18
14.828.145.53
14.832.145.53

10,405.99
26,224.11
10,000.00
10,000.00

465.063.11
481,156.02
480.724.11
464,750.00

$14,816,908.74
14,820,305.09
14.824.145.53
14.828.145.53
14.832.145.53

$302.65

$637.35

P E N SIO N FUND, IN T E R E S T
(Various acts)
Status, June 30, 1926____ ________________ _________
Fiscal year 1927............... ................................................ i
Fiscal year 1928...................................... ....................... !
Estimated, fiscal year 1929________________________ j
Estimated, fiscal year 1930______ _______ __________ j
1

$444,401.74
444, 525. 92
444.500.00
444.750.00

$454,657.12
454,931.91
470,724.11
454,750.00

10,255.38
10,405.99
26,224.11
10, O O 00
O.
10,000.00

ST A T E D E P A R T M E N T
Receipts

Expenditures
Total available

Advances from
appropriations

All other
receipts

Total
expended

Cash balance

M ISC EL LAN E O U S TR U ST FU N DS
(Act Feb. 27, 1896)
Status June 30, 1926..............
Fiscal year 1927............. ........
Fiscal year 1928.......................
Estimated, fiscal year 1929.,
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..

$4,044.76
98,107.84

20,000.00
20,000.00
Receipts
Advances from
appropriations

$271,463.93
363,615.25
156.514.70
156.514.70

$5,956.52
227,100.55

20,000.00
20, ooa 00

Total expenditures
Total avail­
able

All other

Total ex­
pended

$267,419.17
265,507.41
136.514.70
136.514.70
136.514.70

Cash balance

Estimated
value all assets,
exclusive of
cash balance

$1,582.18
6,668.77

i $23,005.20
i 19,864.24

PAN A M E R IC A N U N IO N Q U O TA S
Status June 30, 1927............ .
Fiscal year 1928____________
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930.

$150,568.93
152,256.00
167,219.60

$138,925.90
73,888.35
110,176.08

Balances
brought
forward

$291,077.01
232,813.12
277,395.68

Receipts
during year

$284,408.24
232,813.12
277,395.68

Total avail*
able for
expenditures

Total expendi­
tures during
year

Balance
on hand

G E R M A N G O V E R N M E N T , AU STR IA N G O V E R N M E N T , A N D H U N G A R IA N G O V ­
E R N M E N T M O IE T IE S FO R B U D G E T E S T IM A T E S , 1929
German moiety, 1927......... ........................................................................................................... ............
German moiety, 1928................................................................... ......... ......... .......................... ............................ .
German moiety, 1929......................................................................................................................... .........
Austrian moiety, 1927............................. ....................................................................... ..........................
Austrian moiety, 1928........ ....................................................................................................................... .
Austrian moiety,
Hungarian moiety,
Hungarian moiety,
Hungarian moiety,

1929_.......................................................................................................................
1927..........................................................................................................................
1928.........................................................................................................................
1929............................................................ *........................................................

1 Indicates unpaid quotas.




$884.26
2,635.91
93.37
- 1 .3 8
174.12
220.77
- 1 .3 7
1,074.07

$11,617.50
7,000.00
13.200.00
3 ,82a 55
3.600.00
3.600.00
4 ,72a 54
2.700.00

m89

a, eoaoo

$12,501.76
9,635.91
13,293.37
3.819.17
3,774.12
3,82a 77
4.719.17
3,774.07
3,82a 89

$9,865.85
9 ,542L54
13,293.37
3,645.05
3,553.35
3,82a 77
3,615.10
3,553.18
3 ,82a 89

$2,635.91
93.37

174.12
22a 77
1,074.07
22a 89

T E B D E 1930
H U G T,

a74
N o . 10 .—Summary

statements oj various accounts, junds, and authorizations— C ontinued
STATE DEPARTMENT—Continued

!

Receipts
Salary
deductions

i Advances from
! appropriations
I

Loans,
interest, etc.

Total,
including
balance
previous
fiscal year

Expenditures
Balance
Refunds

Annuities,
etc.

Investment
cost

FO R EIG N SERVICE R E T IR E M E N T AND i
DISABILITY FU N D
!
(Act May 24, 1924)

,
$295,800. 26
446,597.82
153,997.91
156.000. 00
156.000.00

Total to June 30,1926_________ _____ ___________ L_ _____________
Total to June 30, 1927_____________________ _____!--------- ------- ------Total to June 30,1928__________________ _____________ ___________
Estimated for 1929...................... .............. ..............
$213,000.00
Estimated for 1930----------------------- ----------------------!
216,000.00
!

$11,524.98
21, 532. 52
9,548.63
10,000.00
10,000.00

$307,325.24
468,130.34
166,058.11
379,725.63

$2,189.06
9,427.84
10,645.60
3,000.00
3,000 00

$122, 229.06
190,321.08
77,347.86
85.000.00
85.000.00

$182,602.35
265,869.85
77,339.02
291,000.00
290,853.00

$2,511.57
725.63
725.63
3,872.63

TR EASU R Y D E P A R T M E N T
FEDERAL FA R M LOAN BUREAU
Receipts

A dvances
from appro­
priations

Capital stock
advanced from
the Treasury

Expenditures

A ll other
Total
available

Total
expended

D eposited to
credit of
miscellaneous
receipts and
repaym ent of
appropriations

Expenses (net)

Gross earnings

Estim ated
value all assets,
exclusive of
cash balance
Cash balance

Franchise tax
(payable on
calendar-year
basis)

N et capital,
including sur­
plus (exclusive
of cash)

F E D E R A L I N T E R M E D IA T E C R E D IT B A N K S
A ccum ulated total or status, June 30—
192 7
...................................... ................. $25,000,000.00
192 8
.................................................. 25.000.000.00
27.000.000.00
1929 (estim ated)...................................................................................
1930 (estim ated).............. ....................................... ............................ 27.000.000.00

Capital stock
advanced from
the Treasury

$13,669,735.32
16,919,393.63
20.250.000.00
23.750.000.00

$38,669,735.32
41,919,393.63
47.250.000.00
50.750.000.00

$9,919,908.05
12,399,025.58
15.100.000.00
17.775.000.00

$1,602,787.43
1, £71,563.31
2.127.000.00
2.375.000.00

$5,991,817.86
3,508,451.39
4.000.000.00
4.000.000.00

$21,155,221.98
24,040,353.35
26.023.000.00
26.600.000.00

Capital stock
subscribed by
borrowers and
net earnings

Total
available

Dividends
and real estate
charged off

Capital stock
retired (ad­
vanced from
Treasury)

Cash balance

Capital, sur­
plus, and re­
serves exclusive
of cash balance

$33,805,637.92
34,425,761.62
40.000.000.00
45.000.000.00

$8,050,122.00
8.336.430.00
8.546.807.00
8.706.807.00

$25,471,753.91
17,197,637.54
15.000.000.00
15.000.000.00

$49,981,874.87
64,312,803.72
69.345.323.00
75.185.323.00

Cash balance

Estimated
value all assets,
exclusive of
cash balance

I
FE D E R A L LA N D BAN KS
A ccum ulated total or status June 30—
192 7
.
192 8
....................................................................... ............ .1
1929 (estim ated).................................................... .
.......... .........
1930 (estim ated)....................... . ........................................................

$8,892,130.00 $108,417,258.70 $117,309,388.70
8.892.130.00 115^380,502.88 124,272,632.88
8.892.130.00 124.000.000.00 132.892.130.00
8.892.130.00 135.000.000.00 143.892.130.00

C O M P TR O L LE R OF TH E C U R R E N CY
Receipts

Expenditures

Total available
Advances from
appropriation

Total
expended

All other

Deposited
to credit of
miscellaneous
receipts and
repayment of
appropriations

SALARIES AN D EX P E N S E S , N A T IO N A L B A N K
E X A M IN E R S, SPEC IAL FUND
Accumulated total or status June 30—
1927................................................. ........... .............. .............................
1 9 2 8 .....................................................................................................
1929 (estimated) *.......... ................ .......................... ........... .............
1930 (estimated) *.............. ..................................... ......................... .

$2,595,820.68
1,745,247.14
2,315,411.90

$3,639,059.24
3,028,150.92
3,043,562.82

$2,356,155.46
2.300.000.00
2.400.000.00

$1,043,238.56
1,282,903.78
728,160.92
643,562.82

j
j
i
1

, 1
i The Comptroller reduced the fee paid by national banks for examinations beginning July 1,1928. This reduction in fee will reduce receipts to the estimate as shown opposite
1929. In 1930 the fee will be increased but not to the old fee which was in operation prior to July 1, 1928; thus the estimated receipts t o 1830 are as shown in the column "Allt>tfcer”
opposite 1930 estimate.
..
t
,




B D E ST T M N S
U GT AE E T

a75

No. 10.— Summary statements qf various accounts, funds, and authorizations— Continued
TR EASU R Y D E P A R T M E N T — Continued
M IN T
Receipts

Expenditures

!
Total available
JAdvances from
1 appropriation

Total
expended

All other

Deposited to
credit of miscel­
laneous receipts
Cash balance
and repayment
of appropria­
tions

Estimated
value all assets,
exclusive of
cash balance

C H A R G E S ON SILVER DOLLAR B U L U O N SOLD
Accumulated total or status June 30—
...
..
1927 _____________________________ _______________
1928_______________________ _______________ _______ ___________
1929 (estim ated)..,........................... ......... ......... ......................... .
1930 (estimated)................ .......... .
....... ......
„ .
„
*

$1,382,115.62
1,382,155. 62
1,382,111.62
1,382,115. 62

1
1

$1,382,115.62
1.382.115.62
1.382.115.62
1.382.115.62
1

i

COAST GUARD

REBUILDING AN D IM P R O V IN G
C O A ST G UA RD
S T A T IO N S, PR O CEED S OF SALES, SPECIAL FUND
Accumulated total or status June 30—
1927_____________________________ ________________ ________ _
1928. .......... ................ .......................... ........... ............. ..........
...
1929 (estimated)______________________ ___________ ______ _____
1930 (estimated).......... .............................. ......... ......................... .

i
$3,702. 88
3.500.00
3.500.00

$33,075.10
36, 575.10
20,075.10

$20,000.00
17,500.00

1,460.00
3, ooa 00
3,000.00

24,595.86
8.254.95
5.254.95

$29,372.22
33.075.10
16.575.10
% 575.10

19,340.91
6,000.00
3,000.00

1

BUILDING OR PU R CH ASE OF VESSELS FO R C O A ST
G U A R D , PR O CEED S O F SALES, SPECIAL FUND
Accumulated total or status June 30—
1927__________ __
__________
____

__________ ______

.

1929 (estimated)..................................................................................
1930 (estimated)...................................................... ...........................

23,135.86
5.254.95
2.254.95
2.254.95

DIVISIO N OF SU PPLY

PR IN TING AN D B IN D IN G , TR E ASU R Y
DEPARTM ENT
Accumulated total or status June 30—
;
1927 ............................................................... ......... .............................
1 9 2 8 ...____ __________________ ______________________ ________
1929 (estimated).................. ........... ........... ........... ...................... .......
1930 (estimated)__________________________________________ --

|
j
$835,000.00
820,000.00
715.000.00
715.000.00

$43,573.85
43,787.11
40.000.00
40.000.00

$878,573.85
863,787.11
755.000.00
755.000.00

$758,145.85
829,091.52
755,000.00
755, ooa 00

$120,428.00 |
34,695.59 !
i
1
{

BUREAU O F EN G R A VIN G A N D P R IN TIN G (TR E A SU R Y D E P A R T M E N T )

S U M M A R Y S T A T E M E N T OF A P P R O P R IA T IO N S
AND R EP AYM E N TS
Accumulated total or status June 30—
1927 .........................................................................................................
1928 ,
.
................................. ..................................................
1929 (estimated)
. . *__ ___ *___________ ______ ____
1930 (estimated)
~.
- - ___ ___
_
_
_
_

$7,767,400.00
7.172.590.00
i 6,578,543.00
6.376.260.00

$3,265,795.44
2,878,142.88
3,629,945.82
3,665,625.80

i Includes $371,748required for 1 2 to m the provisions of the am
99
eet
ended classification act.




$11,033,195.44
10,050,732.88
10,208,488.82
10,041,885. £0

$10,414,211.57
9,734,996.41
10,208,488.82
10,041,885.80

$618,983.87
316,736* 47

u

T E B D E 1930
H U G T,

a76
N o . 10 .—Summary

statements of various accounts, funds, and authorizations— C ontinued
W AR D E P A R T M E N T

Expenditures

Receipts

Advanced from
appropriations

Total
available
Total expended

All other

Deposited to
credit of miscel­
laneous receipts
and repayment
of appropriations

Cash balance

Estimated
value all assets,
exclusive of
cash balance

M ILITA R Y PO ST C O N STRU CTIO N FUND
(Act Mar. 12,1926)
Accumulated total:
June 30,1027............................
June 30, 1928----------------------Estimated to June 30, 1929_.
Estimated to June 30,1930.
U NITED

(R. S., secs.

$9,554,372.01
13,858,991.60
16,543,439. 38
17,575,659.17

$7,020,000.00
10.700.000.00
10.700.000.00
15.500.000.00

480.000.00
480.000.00

S T A T E S SOLDIERS*
W A S H IN G T O N , D . C.

$9,554,372.01
13,858,991.60
16,543,439.38
17,575, 659.17

726,652.92
186,438.84
175.000.00
175.000.00

4,513,491. 50
i 4,443,976.06
* 4,415, 288. 30
4,415, 288.30

911,-144.83
840,790.49
800,000.00
800,000.00

2.686.309.00
2.686.309.00

3,006, 761.00
3,313,019.00

5.693.070.00
5.999.328.00

5.601.942.00
5.968.585.00

4.108.339.51
5.108.339.51
5.108.339.51
5.108.339.51

1,429,922.23
2,010, 288. 79
2, 510, 288. 79
3,010,288.79

5,538,261.74
7.118.628.30
7.618.628.30
8.118.628.30

3.23
4,000,000.00
4, ooo, ooa 00

3,180, 731.07
3.200.000.00
3.200.000.00

$2, ?34,372.01
3,158,991.60
5,843,439.38
2,075,659.17

HOME,

9, 4818, 4919; U. S. C ., p. 674,
secs. 46, 59)

Status fiscal year 1927..........
Status fiscal year 1928..........
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..

$666,737.68

$3,897. 27

3, 602,346.67
3,599,288. 30
3.454.288.30
3.454.288.30

H O B O K E N M A N U F A C T U R E R S’
R AILROAD CO.*
(Pub. Res. 66,67th Cong., act Feb, 26,1925)
Accumulated total:
June 30,1926____________________ ____________ _
June 30, 1927.............................................................
June 30, 1928.*
IN L A N D

WATERW AYS
(W AR )

80,455.00
940,220.04

$1,690,778.00
440,000.00

3.883.569.11
6.734.125.11
6.868.628.30
7.618.628.30

1,654,692.63
384,503.19
750.000.00
500.000.00

14,300, ooa 00
16,600,000.00
16,000,000.00
16,000,000.00

3,923,293.55
4, ooo,ooa 00
4,000,000.00

1,189,706.00
1.170.993.36
1.170.993.36
1.170.993.36

1,40^54154

6,459,643.77
6,536,350 22
6,536,35a 22

3,420,287.83
3,514,91Z 97
3,514,912.97

3,105,374.86
3.200.000.00
3.200.000.00

239,556.76
314.912.97
314.912.97
314.912.97

250,000.00
277,166.13

C O R P O R A TIO N

(Act June 3, 1924)
Accumulated totals (except last two columns):
June 30,1927_____ ___________ ___ „___________
June 30,1928................. ...........................................
Estimated to June 30,1929............................ .......
Estimated to June 30, 1930...................................

ORDNANCE STOCK FUND ACCOUNT
(Act Mar. 4,1911; U . 8. C ., p. 1018, sec, 659)
Status June 30, 1 9 2 7 .......
Fiscal year 1928_______ ____
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..

1.365.356.86
1.365.356.86
1.365.356.86

O R D N A N C E S H O P E X P E N S E AC C O U N T
(Act Mar. 2, 1907; U . S. C ., p. 1018, sec. 658)
Status June 30, 1927............
Fiscal year 1928____ _____ _
Estimated, fiscal year 1929..
Estimated, fiscal year 1930..

* Includes cash balance at end of previous year.
1 The stock of this railroad was sold as of June 30, 1927, for $925,000.
* Assets totaling $1,379,968.89 liquidated as of June 30,1927, and covered into tbe Treasury during fiscal year 1928 for credit of “ Military post construction fu n d /' forming a part
of the total shown as available under that fund as of June 30, 1928.




BUDGET STATEMENTS

a 77

N o . 10.— S u m m a ry statem ents o j various a ccou n ts, ju n d s , an d au th orization s— C o n tin u e d

W
AR DEPARTMENT— on u
C tin ed
R
eceip
ts
A
dvan fro
ces m
ap ro ria n
p p tio s

E p d res
x en itu
Total a a b
v ila le

All o e
th r

D osited to
ep
c d om
re it f iscel­
n u ce ts
T
otal ex en ed la eo s re ip
p d
a drep ym t
n
a en
o a p p tio s
f p ro ria n

C sh b la ce
a a n

E ated valu
stim
e
a a
ll ssets, ex ­
clu
siv o ca bal­
e f sh
ac
ne

PANAMA RAILRO COMPANY (W
AD
AR)
C
apital stock $ ,0 0 0 p rch sed from F ch
, 7 0 ,0 0 u a
ren
com y. C in d in$ 0
pan
ost clu ed 4 ,000,000p fo
aid r
ca a
n l.
(A J n 28,1902)
ct u e
Statu J n 30 1927.-............................
s ue ,
F l yea 1 2 ......... .... ............... ........ .
isca r 9 8
E ated, fisca yea 1 2 ........................ .
stim
l r 99
E ated, fisca yea 1 30.... ............... ......
stim
l r9
RESERVE FUND, PANAMA CANAL
(S 6, act A 24,1912, an cu t
ec.
ug.
d rren
ap ro ria na
p p tio ct)
Statu J n 30,1927.........
s ue
F
iscal yea 1 2 ...............
r 98
E ated, fisc l yea 1929..
stim
a r
E ated fisca year 1930..
stim ,
l
NATIONAL HOME FO DISABLED
R
VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS
(A J n 25,1910)
ct u e
Q era p fu d active:
en l ost n ,
Statu J n 30,1927...........................
s ue
F l y r 1 2 *................. ....... ........
isca ea 9 8
E ated fisca year 1 2 ..... ........ .......
stim ,
l
99
E ated, fisca yea 1 3 -----------------stim
l r 90
G eral p st fu d reserv
en
o n,
e:
S s J n 30,1927............ .................
tatu u e
F
iscal y r 1 2 ....................... ...... ......
ea 9 8
E ated fisc l y r 19291.............. ....
stim , a ea
E ated, fisc l y r 1 3 ............ ..........
stim
a ea 9 0
W fu d
ard n :
S s J n 30,1927....................... .......
tatu u e
F
iscal y r 1 2 .................. ..................
ea 9 8
E ated fisc l y a 1 2 .................... .
stim , a e r 9 9
E ated, fisc l yea 1 *............... —
stim
a r 930.
1 In d ca b n at en of previou yea
clu es sh ala ce
d
s r.




$ 5 209,272.90
1>
15.500.000.00
15.500.000.00

$189,013.86
209,35a00
259,35d00

$18,443,877.83
18.581.775.02
18.681.775.02

$14,662,102.81
14.700.000.00
14.700.000.00

$700,000.00
700.000.00
700.000.00

$3,234,604.93
3.081.775.02
3.181.775.02
3.281.775.02

$31,466,932.99
35.689.606.35
36.089.606.35
36,095,577.16

2,04a031.58
1.398.620.00
1.403.620.00

19,602,130.39
16,216,698.89
15 7 1,465. 7
, 6
7

2,902,723.15
1,175,000.00
500,000.00

2,090,678.35
943,203.12
885,000.00

7,373,084.95
4,608,728.89
4.098.495.77
4.376.465.77

3,358,053.58
3,975,918.15
3.921.833.99
3.921.833.99

406,307.89
287.000.00
290.000.00

410,974.67
2 6 627.48
9*
292,000.00

221,523.31
300.000.00
325.000.00

4,466.78
9,627.48
2,000.00
5,000.00

385.050.00
565,673.88
550.000.00
525.000.00

250.76

532.000.00
551,850.61
573.000.00
593.000.00

1,068.13
250.75
200.00
200.00

21,259.22
20.727.00
19,000.00
18,000.00

19,600.00
22,000.00
24,000.00
1,499.93
1,200.00
1, 20a 00

3,051.09
2.500.00
2.400.00

2,800.34
2, 30a 00

2»200.0
0

a78

THE BTOGET, 1930

N o. 10 .—Summary statements oj various accounts, funds, and authorizations— Continued
WAR DEPARTMENT— on u
C tin ed
E en ed
xp d
T a th
otal u or­
ize
d

T a p ri­
otal p rop
a d
te

T
otal’co trib
n u
ted

T a ail­
otal v
a le
b

$304,202,462.27
354.202.462.27
410.088.772.27
460.088.772.27

$13,111,284.07
14.191.288.39
14.991.238.39
15.791.288.39

$317,313,746.34
368.393.750.66
425.080.060.66
475.880.060.66

$279,658,751.19
328.320.768.30
384.207.078.30
434.207.078.30

$12,759,721.18
13.510.780.43
14.021.452.43
14.421.452.43

$292,318,472.37
341,831,548. 7
3
398,228,530.73
448,628,530.73

75.000.000.00
85.000.000.00
95.000.000.00
95.000.000.00

15,976,142.79
117,328.040.52
15.828.040.52
15.828.040.52

90,976,142.79
102.328.040.52
110.828.040.52
110.828.040.52

75,748,069.36
82,167,861.67
95.000.0 0 C
C. O
95.000.000.00

15,442,554.24
17,033,944.95
16.828.040.52
15.828.040.52

91,190,623.60
i 99,201, 806.62
110.828.040.52
110.928.040.52

7.000.000.00
7.000.000.00

6,738,644.49
7,000,000.00

is, o o ooao
o,
o
250,000.00
15.250.000.00
ue
90
3
43,800, oo 0 E ated, J n 30, 144.300.000.00
a 0 stim500,000.00

15.000.000.00
43.800.000.00

250,000.00
500,000.00

15,250, ooa00
44,300,000.00

F ap p
rom p ro ri*
a fu d
ted n s

F co trib
rom n ­
u fu d
ted n s

T
otal

RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS
(L p-suma p riation on
um
p rop
s ly)
j

(M ten ce a d im rovem t o existin riv r
ain an n p
en f
g e
a d h rb r w rk
n a o o s)
A m lated total:
ccu u
J n 30,1927...........................................
ue
J n 30,1928_____ ____ _______ _____
ue
E ated J n 30,1929____ _________
stim , u e
_
M
ISSISSIPPI R
IVER FLOOD CONTROL
(A M 1,1917; M 4,1923)
cts ar.
ar.
A m lated to
ccu u
tal:
J n 30,1927..... ........ ...........................
ue
J n 30,1928_____ ______________ ___
ue
E ated J n 30,1930_______________
stim , u e

$105,000,000.00
105,000; 000.00
105.000.000.00
105.000.0C
0.00

EMERGENCY FLOOD CONTROL, MIS­
SISSIPPI R
IVER
(F d
irst eficien a D 2 1 2 )
cy ct, ec. 2, 9 7
A m lated total:
ccu u
J n 30 1 2 ~
u e , 98
____ ____ -_______
E ated J n 30,1929__ -________ __
stim , u e
_

7.000.000.00
7.000.000.00

6,738,644.49
7,000,000.00

M
ISSISSIPPI RIVER AN TRIBUTARIES,
D
FLOOD CONTROL AND EMERGENCY
FU D
N
(Act M 15,1928)
ay
A m lated total:
ccu u
J n 3 , 1 2 ...........................................
u e 0 98
E ated, J n 3 , 1 2 _____ ____ _____
stim
u e 0 99
_______________

330.000.000.00
330.000.000.00
330.000.000.00

SACRAM
ENTO R
IVER FLO D CONTROL
O
(A M 1 1 1 ; M 1 , 1 2 )
cts ar. , 9 7 ay 5 9 8
f
A m lated total:
ccu u
J n 3 , 1 2 ................._........................
u e 0 97
J n 3 , 1 2 ..... ..................................
u e 0 98
E ated, J n 30,1929...........................
stim
ue
E ated, J n 30,1930...........................
stim
ue

3.969.900.00
4.369.900.00
4.769.900.00
5.569.900.00

ii, 200, o ao
o o
11,200,000.00
17.600.000.00
17.600.000.00

3.970.000.00
4.370.000.00
4.570.000.00
4,770, o a0
o 0

7.939.900.00
8.739.900.00
9.339.900.00
10,339,90a0
0

3,887,861.77
4.323.118.00
4.769.900.00
5.569.900.00

3,887,861.77
4,228,775.00
4.370.000.00
4.570.000.00

7,775,723.54
8.551.893.00
9.139.900.00
10,139,900.00

*3,214,851.68
J
7,525,600.00
*3,229,680.16
38,525,600.00
33,354,680.16
39,350,600.00
*3,479,680.16
310,100,600.00

835,818.87

11,576,270.55

10,740,451.68

835,818.87

11,576,270.55

1.030.748.18

12.786.028.34

11,755,28a 1
6

1.030.748.18

12.786.028.34

1.230.748.18

13.936.028.34

12,705,280.16

1.130.748.18

13.836.028.34

1,430,74a 1
8

15.011.028.34

13,580,28a 1
6

1.330.748.18

14.911.028.34

ROADS IN ALASKA
(A M 3,1913; J n 30,1921)
cts ar.
ue
A m lated total:
ccu u
J n 3 , 1 2 ______________ ________
u e 0 97
J n 3 , 1 2 _ _______________ _____
u e 0 98 _
E ated J n 30, 1929.*.____________
stim , u e
E ated, J n 3 1 3 ______ ________
stim
u e 0, 9 0

f
]
[
1

1 $ ,500,000of th am n refu d to con u
1
is ou t
n ed
trib tors (act M 2 , 1 2 , v 4 p. 359).
ar. 3 9 8 ol. 5,
*"W
agonroad b g a dtra A
s, rid es, n ils, laskafund/’ F nds d
u
erivedfromsa of C rta lice sesinth T
le e in n
e erritoryofA
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s rovid ina M 3,1913 (T . S C./p. 1 6 , s <. 41).
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J .
5 1 e?
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on ctionan m ten ce of road b g an tra A
d ain an
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a 79

BUDGET STATEMENTS
N o . 10.— S u m m a ry statem ents o f various a ccou n ts, fu n d s , and au thorization s— C o n tin u e d
WAR DEPARTMENT—Continued

otal a b
T a aila le A ed d rin T av ila le
otal v b
ccru u
r
d
fo ex en itu
r p d re, fisc l y r 1 2g fo ex en itu
a ea 9 8 fisc lpea 1 re,
a y r 98
2
J ly 1, 1 2
u
97

E en ed d r­ U p a th r­
xp d u
n aid u o
in fisc l y r ize o lig tio s,
g a ea
d b a n
12
98
J ly I, 1 2
u
98

L p , fisc l
a sed a
yea 1 2
r 98

T a aila le
otal v b
Ju 1, 1 2
ly 9 8

R
EPLACIN APPROPRIATIONS
G
(Art A r. 2 , 1 0 , U S C., p 1 9 , sec. 7 )
p 3 94 . .
. 64
3
R lacin o n n a d o n n sto
ep
g rd a ce n rd a ce res:
-.
1927-28 .............
1928-29 .............................. ................

$1,217,677.69
2,027,216.65

$2,423,453.05
2,027,216.65

$5 7,288. 4
0
3
141,208.50

$1,899,797.03
709,441.10

$ 6,367. 5
1
9

53,966.38
230.313.10

227,630. 2
1
230,313.10

82,188.17
6,248.40

142,661.59
73,591.60

2,780.45

4 9 500.29
2,

227,624 6
9
52 3.2
4 ,9 3 6

657,124.68
542,933.26

450,481.51
12,934.05

201,617.28
47,407.58

5,026.19

2,306,984.04

913,904.77
2 29 73 5
, 7, 5. 4

3 220,888.81
,
229
, 7 ,753. 5
4

16 0 9 .5
, 9 ,6 5 9

1,528,332.71
48,396.80

1,860. 5
1

1 2.1
,4 6 3
9,373.24

1 ,6 0 8
6 0. 7
9
,373. 2
4

1 ,1 8 2
4 9. 9

3
79.81

2,022.77

3 ,8 2 0
29 7 . 8
4 ,0 4 5
65 8 . 7

645,540.39
4 5,084. 5
6
7

449,037.87
173,452.92

4,918,674.14

4,918,674. 1
4

4,918,674.14

6,506.13
34,495.22

16,831.42
34,495.22

11,908.85
1,841.00

115.15
96.67

331.81
96.67

71 7
0. 9
2,541.08

701.79
2,541.08

477.09
167.50

181.43
1,658. 6
7

43.27

3 0 814.67
2;
427,473.73

604,616.39
427,473.73

375,047.80
230,420.10

227,787.15
125,528.69

1,781.44

3,532.71
105,861.08

1 4 970.74
3*
105,861.08

73,259.25
1,595.17

61,069.65
45,449.71

641.84

462,452.52

76,892.16

539,344.68

306,898.14

48,784.89

5,334,974.79

14,196,850.63

19,531,851.42

9,448,022.86

5,544,514.68

$1,205,775.36

$1.176,567.05

(A A r. 2 , 1 1 , U S C., p 2 7 se . 1 8 )
ct p 7 9 4 . .
. 1 , c 22
R lacin S n l C rp su p a d equ en
ep
g ig a o s p lies n
ipm t:
1927-28.................................................. j
1928-29.................................................

173,664.83

150,473.10

(A M 2 , 1 1 , U S C., p 2 7 sec. 1 8 )
ct ar. 3 9 0 . .
. 1,
23
R lacin re u rsu p of th A y:
ep
g g la p lies
e rm
1927-28..................................................
1928-29_______ ____________________
R
eplacin clo in a deq ip
g th g n u age:
1927-28________ ________ __________
1928-29____________________ ___ ___
R la g w te a dsew at m
ep cin a r n
ers
ilitary p sts:
o
1 2 -2
97 8
_______________________
1928-29......................................... .........
R la g A y tra sp rta n
ep cin rm n o tio :
19 7 8 ........................ ........................
2 -2
1
928-29
.......................... .................

1 7 .7
5,1 4 4
315,668.31

482,591. 6
3
2,231,356.74
9,373.24

189,352.95
184,803.69

7,149. 5
7

3,899.34
4,158.91

1,023.23

214.10

117.71

106,827.96

(A Apr. 2 , 1 1 , U S C., p 2 6 sec. 1 8 )
ct
7 94 . .
. 1,
21
Sb
u sisten o th Arm 1928____ ._______ _
ce f e
y,
(A Ju 9, 1 1 , U. S
ct ly 9 Q
.

p. 2 7 sec. 1 8 )
1,
24

R lacin K g eer equ m t of troop
ep
g n in
ip en
s:
1927-28 ........ ......
........................
1928-29. ...............................................
R lacin E g e o era n inth field
ep
g n in er p tio s
e
:
1 2 -2 ........ ......
97 8
................ .......
1928-29 ..............................................
R lacin E g eer d ots:
ep
g n in
ep
1927-28
...................... ......
1928-29
....................

10,325.29
216.66

28,495.22
96.67
714.91

(A J n 12, 1 0 , U S. C., p. 2 7 sec. 1 8 )
ct u e
96 .
1,
25
R lacin m ical su p
ep
g ed
p lies:
1927-28............................... ..................
1928-29...
........................

283,774.72

71,52194

(Act M 1 , 1 1 , U S C., p 1 3 , see. 2 )
ay 2 9 7 . .
. 04
3
A s, u iform equ en etc., fo fieldserv
rm n
s, ipm t,
r
ice,
N
ational G ard
u :
1927-28
...................................
1928-29
...........*.........~

131,438.03

58,816.20

(A M 3, 1 7 , 1 S 3
ct ar. 8 5 8 tat. 88)
O n cem
rd an ateria p ceed ofsa s (sp l fund).
l, ro s
le ecia
Total... ............




........................

183,661.65
38,814.57

4,500,499.31

a80

THE BUDGET, 1930
N o . 10.— S u m m a ry statem ents o j various accou n ts, ju n d s , and au thorization s— C o n tin u e d
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

R
eceip
ts
(o er th n
th a
fro a p ­
m p ro
p tio s)
ria n

T
otal
aa b
v ila le

T
otal
ex en ed
p d

$1,251,333.38
1,402,832.11
1.400.000.00
1.550.000.00

$1,427,891.14
1,761,262.61
1.759.517.73
1.809.517.73

$1,069,460.64
1,401,744.88
1.500.000.00
1.600.000.00

$176,557.76
358,430.50
359.517.73
259,517, 7
3
209.517.73

592.152.42
585.876.42
600,000.00
700,000.00

643,889.94
663,298.71
684.747.74
734.747.74

566,467.65
578,550.97
650.000.00
650.000.00

51,737.52
77,422.29
84.747.74
34.747.74
84.747.74

363.85
2,097.95
2,000.00
2,500.00

6,676.10
2,148.34
2,105.70
2,500 00

6,625. 7
1
2,042.64
2,105.70
2,500.00

1,597.65
185.62
4,000.00
2,500.00

2,948.60
1,287.95
4,240.69
2,500.00

1,846.27
1,047.26
4,240.69
2,500.00

48,199.23
31,113.50
85.000.00
50.000.00

127,108.78
102,773.27
131.064.29
121.064.29

55,449.01
56,708.98
60,000.00
50,000.00

78,909.55
71,659.77
46.064.29
71.064.29
71.064.29

1,452,139.17
1,422,690. 68
1.500.000.00
1.500.000.00

1 588,943.03
,
1,685,418.88
1,688,561. 82
1, 688,561.82

1,326,214.83
1,496,857.06
1.500.000.00
1.500.000.00

136,803.86
262,728.20
1 8 561.82
8*
188.561.82
188.561.82

953,772.02
832,255.72 !
1.050.000.00
1.000.000.00

1,301,313.98
1,119,000.34
1,279,390.78
1,279,390. 7
8

1,014,569.36
889,609.56
1,000,000.00
1,000,000.00

347,541.96
286,744.62
229.390.78
279.390.78
279,390. 7
8

C b la ce
ash a n

GASOLINE TAX FU D
N
S s J n 3 , 1926.....
tatu u e 0
F l y r 1 2 ________
isca ea 9 7
F l y r 1928..............
isca ea
E ated, fisc l y r 1 2 .
stim
a ea 9 9
E ated fisc l yea 1930.
stim , a r
POUCEMEN AND FIREMEN'S R
ELIEF FUND
S s J n 30, 1926
tatu u e
.....
F l y r 1927________
isca ea
F l y r 1 28________
isca ea 9
E ated, fisca yea 1929.
stim
l r
E ated fisc l y r 1930.
stim , a ea
ESCHEATED ESTATES R
ELIEF FUND
Statu J n 30, 19 6..... .
s ue
2
F l y r 1927________
isca ea
F l yea 1928________
isca r
E ated*fisc l year 192 .
stim
a
9
E ated, fisc l yea 1 0
stim
a r 93 .

6,312.25
50.39
105.70

INDUSTRIAL HOME SCHOOL FU D
N
Statu J n 30, 1926........
s ue
F l y r 1927-----------isca ea
F l y r 1928....... .......
isca ea
E ated, fisc l y r 1929.
stim
a ea
E ated fisc l y r 1930.
stim , a ea

1,350.95
1,102.33
240.69

PERMIT FU D
N
S s J n 30, 1926..___
tatu u e
F l y r 1927........ .....
isca ea
F l ye*r 1928________
isca
E ated, fisc l yea 1929.
stim
a r
E ated, fisc l yea 19 0
stim
a r 3WATER FUND
S s J n 30, 1926.........
tatu u e
F l y r 1927________
isca ea
F l y r 1 28________
isca ea 9
E ated, fisc l yea 1929.
stim
a r
E ated, fisc l y 1930.
stim
a ear
M
ISCELLANEOUS TRUST FUND DEPOSITS
Statu J n 30,1926.........
s ue
F l yea 1927...............
isca r
F l yea 1928..............
isca
r
E ated, fisc l y 192 .
stim
a ear 9
E ated, fisc l y 1930.
stim
a ear
M
ILITIA FUND FROM FIN
ES
S s J n 30, 1926.........
tatu u e
F
iscal yea 1 27.......... .....
r 9
F l yea 1928________
isca
r
E ated, fisca year 1
stim
l
929.
E ated, fisca year 1030.
stim
l

20.00

R
eceip
ts
F
romap ro­
p
p tio s
ria n

F salary
rom
d u
ed ction
s

$268,429.47
360,393.97
337,035.50
380,000.00
400; ooa oo

$1,410,128.04
1,694,414.74
282,157.95
288, ooa 00
3 0 ooa 00
0,

L s, in
oan ­
terest, e
tc.

124.22
14122
144.22
144.22
144.22

144.22
144.22
144.22
144.22
E en itu
xp d res

Total in d
clu ­
in p
g reviou
s
fisca y r
l ea
b la ce
a n

R ns
efu d

$1,834, 457.51
2,309,747.92
741,005.92
801,644.07
825,000.00

$111,962.11
144,199.67
50,351.87
4 , ooa 0
5
0
5 , ooaoo
0

A n ities,
nu
etc.

In
vested
(co
st)

B ce
alan




$287,950.84
397,164.89
136,829.62
1 000.00
80;
19 ;ooa oo
0

$1,399,221.53
1,731,983.04
520,180.36
576,644.07
585,000.00

11
! : SSS

$155,900.00
219,616.18
85,412.15
ioa ooa 00
1 5 ooa 00
2,

i j

TEACHERS RETIREMENT FUND
T J n 30, 1926
otal u e
.................... ................
Total J n 30, 1927.....................................
ue
Total J n 30, 1928.....................................
ue
1929 (estim
ated).........................................
1930 (estim ).........................................
ated

BUDGET STATEMENTS

a81

B u d g e t S t a t e m e n t N o . 11

Summary oj estimates of appropriations, classified by governmental functions, fiscal year 1930, compared with appropria­
tions for fiscal year 1929, exclusive of the Postal Service
E ates of a p p tio s, 1 3
stim
p ro ria n 9 0

A p ria n 19291
p rop tio s,
P rc n
e et

In a ov ap ro­
cre se
er
p
p tio s fo 1 2 (+),
ria n r 9 9
(-)

$10, 644, 768. 46
13, 904, 702. 50
437, 180. 00

0. 30
. 39
. 01

+ $61, 124. 14
+ 442, 446. 50
+ 20, 940. 00

Fn
u ction
A ount
m
A. General functions:
1. Legislative____
2. Judicial_______
3. Executive------4. General administration—
1. Financial administration_________________
2. Government supply services______________
3. Public buildings service__________________
4. Civil pensions and allowance administra­
tion___________________________________
5. Institutional and general expenses 2
_______

P cen
er t

$10, 705, 892. 60
14, 347, 149. 00
458, 120. 00

0. 30
. 40
. 01 j

A oun
m t

68, 100, 069. 80
12, 736, 732. 00
17, 866, 224. 04

1. 89
. 35
. 50

63, 999, 042. 00
12, 108, 897. 00
16, 272, 312. 80

1. 80
. 34
. 46

+ 4, 101, 027. 80
+627, 835. 00
+ 1,593. 911. 24

558, 326. 00
883, 000. 00

. 02
. 02

633, 010. 00
850, 200. 00

. 02
. 02

-7 4 , 684. 00
+ 32, 800. 00

Total, general administration.

100, 144, 351. 84

2. 78

93, 863, 461. 80

2. 64

+ 6, 280, 890. 04

Total, general functions_____

125, 655, 513. 44

3. 49

118, 850, 112. 76

3. 34

+ 6, 805, 400. 68

621, 150, 260. 00
27, 361, 040. 00

17. 25
. 76

634, 981, 706. 50
11, 813, 350. 00

17. 87
. 33

13, 831,446. 50
+ 15, 547, 690.00

667, 014, 282. 00

18. 52

639, 693, 649. 00

18.00

+ 27, 320, 633. 00

1, 315, 525, 582. 00

36. 53

1, 286, 488, 705. 50

36. 20

+ 29, 036, 876. 50

B. Military functions:
1. National defense, exclusive of public works____
2. Public works under national defense__________
3. Military pensions; retirement pay, annuities;
World War allowances and life insurance
claims_____________________________________
Total, military functions.
C. Civil functions:
1. Foreign relations and protection of American
interests abroad____________________________
2. General law enforcement_____________________
3. Provision for control of currency and banking.
4. Administration of Indian Affairs---------------------5. Administration of public domain______________
6. Promotion and regulation of commerce and
industry___________________________________
7. Promotion, regulation, and operation of marine
transportation_____________________________
8. Promotion and regulation of land transportation.
9. Promotion and regulation of agriculture..-------1 0 . Promotion and regulation of fisheries__________
1 1 . Promotion of labor interests---------------------------1 2 . Immigration and naturalization^._____ _______
13. Promotion of public health----------------------------14. Promotion of public education— ........................
15. Science and research__________________________

00
00
00
00
00

. 39
1. 16
. 23
. 43
. 81

. 77

24, 603, 993. 00

. 69

39, 275, 636. 25
8, 214, 625. 00
40, 102, 551. 00
2, 170, 550. 00
5, 755, 460. 00
8, 989, 990. 00
19, 017, 862. 92
12, 476, 660. 00
31, 072, 710. 66

1. 09
. 23
1. 12
. 07
. 17
. 25
. 54
. 35
. 87

41, 425, 454. 25
7, 655, 545. 00
38, 335, 954. 88
2, 010, 748. 00
o, 447, 152. 00
8, 246, 840. 00
19, 225, 859. 14
12, 755, 674. 00
12, 455, 126. 00

1. 17
. 22
1. 08
. 06
. 15
. 23
. 54
. 36
. 35

929, 900. 00
215, 406, 600. 00
4, 335, 000. 00

. 03
5. 98
. 12

1, 054, 685. 00
221, 875, 500. 00
4, 179, 988. 00

. 03
6. 24
. 12

—124, 785. 00
- 6 , 468, 900. 00
+ 155,012. 00

220, 671, 500. 00

6. 13

227, 110, 173. 00

6. 39

- 6 , 438, 673. 00

17. Revenue-producing enterprises.
18. Local government------------------19. Relief expenditures-----------------

9, 200, 000. 00
46, 072, 307. 00
92, 050. 00

. 26
1. 29

8, 228, 250. 00
46, 657, 418. 00
5, 309, 344. 00

. 23
1. 30
. 15

+971, 750. 00
-5 8 5 , 111. 00
- 5 , 217, 294. 00

Total, civil functions.

585, 037, 775. 21

16. 25

566, 445, 293. 27

15. 94

+ 18, 592, 481. 94

16. Public works—
1. General supervision, design, and overhead.
2. Public improvements____________________
3. Government plant additions-------------------Total, public works.

14, 136, 401.
42, 273, 169.
8, 431, 664.
16, 810, 815.
32, 544, 648.

60
00
00
78
00

. 39
1. 18
. 23
. 48
. 83

27, 729, 174. 00

13,
41,
8,
15,
28,

842,
081,
245,
144.
663,

856.
420.
224.
509.
753.

t E sive of ad ition am n req ired to m th p
xclu
d al ou t u
eet e rovision of th a ap roved M 28, 1 2 , am din th cla
s
e ct p
ay
9 8 en g e ssifica nact of 1 2 .
tio
93
JS la s an e p ses of th sev l d artm ts n d
a rie d x en
e era ep
en ot irectly ch rg b to any p u
a ea le
rod ctive fu ction
n
.




+ 293, 545.
+ 1, 191, 749.
+ 186, 440.
+ 1, 666, 306.
+ 3, 880, 895.

60
00
00
78
00

+ 3, 125, 181. 00
- 2 , 149, 818.
+ 559, 080.
+1, 766, 596.
+ 159, 802.
+ 308, 308.
+ 743, 150.
-2 0 7 , 996.
-2 7 9 , 014.
+ 18, 617, 584.

00
00
12
00
00
00
22
00
66

a82

THE BUDGET, 1930

N o . 11.— S u m m a ry o f estim ates o f a p p ro p ria tio n s, classified by governm ental ju n c t io n s , jis c a l y ea r 1930, com pared w ith
a p p ro p ria tio n s f o r jis c a l yea r 1929, exclu sive o f the P osta l S ervice— C o n tin u e d

E ates of a p p tio s, 1 3
stim
p ro ria n 9 0

!

A p riation 1 2
p rop
s, 9 9
Prc n
e et

In se o er ap rocrea
v
p
p tio s fo 1 2 (+),
ria n r 9 9
d c a (—
e re se )

4. 24

+ $2, 568, 350. 00

15. 36
542, 442, 707. 56
553, 067, 629. 02
15. 27
640, 000, 000. 00 on the public d e000, 000. 00 ; 19. 00
2. Interest 17. 77
675, b t -

+ 10,624, 921. 46
-3 5 , 000, 000. 00

Fn
u ction
P cen
er t

A oun
m t

A oun
m t
!

D. Nonfunctional appropriations:
1. Refunds, losses, contingencies, and miscellaneous2.

Fixed debt charges—
1. Public-debt retirements from “ ordinary"
receipts1 _____
_ _____ _____ ____
_
___ _____ ____
Total, fixed debt charges

3. Trust funds____-

$153, 391, 430. 00

1, 193, 067, 629. 02
228, 482, 650. 00

_

4. 26

33. 13
6.

1, 574, 941, 709. 02

43. 73

Grand total._ _

3, 601, 160, 579. 67

100. 0 0

-

___ _____

Grand total_______ __

_ ____ ____
_

1E
xclu es p blic-debt red p s to b m e fromth g e l fu d
d u
em tion
e ad
e en ra n .

125, 655,
1, 315, 525,
585, 037,
1, 574, 941,

513.
582.
775.
709.

44
00
21
02

3, 601, 160, 579. 67

1, 217, 442, 707. 56

34

Total, nonfunctional appropriations_____

R AP LATIO
EC ITU
N
______
__ _
_
General functions.. ______
Military functions - _
_ ___ __ _ __ - ______ __
Civil functions._
_
__
______
__ _____
Nonfunctional appropriations _ ___ _____ _

$150, 823, 080. 00 ,

213, 533, 295. 00 j
1, 581, 799, 082. 56




6 . 01

-f-14, 949, 355. 00

44. 52

-

6,

857, 373. 54

100. 00

+ 47, 577, 385. 58

49
53
25
73

118,850,112.76
1, 286, 488, 705. 50
566, 445, 293. 27
1, 581, 799, 082. 56

3. 34
36. 20
15. 94
44. 52

+ 6,805,400.68
+ 29, 036, 876. 50
+ 18,592,481.94
- 6 , 857, 373. 54

100. 00

*3, 553, 583, 194. 09

1 E sive of ad ition am n req ired to m th p
xclu
d al ou t u
eet e rovision of th a ap roved M 28, 1 2 , am d g th c ssifica na o 1 2 .
s
e ct p
ay
9 8 en in e la
tio ct f 9 3

Note.— efin s of govern en fu ction a given o p A
D ition
m tal n
s re
n . 3.

-2 4 , 375, 078. 54

553, 583, 194. 09

3.
36.
16.
43.

3 3,

34. 27

1 0 0 .0 0

+47, 577, 385. 58

BUDGET STATEMENTS

a83

B u d g e t S t a t e m e n t N o . 12

Summary of estimates of appropriations, by “ character and objects of expenditure” 1for the fiscal year 1930, compared
with appropriations for the fiscal year 1929, exclusive of the Postal Service
Estimates of appropriations, 1930

Appropriations, 1929 *

In seo erap rop
crea v
p ri­
a n fo 1 2 (+),
tio s r 9 9
d c a (—
e re se )

Character and objects of expenditure

P cen
er t
Current expenses:
01. Personal services 3___________________________
02. Supplies and materials_______________________
03. Subsistence and support of persons (service)__
04. Subsistence and care of animals and storage and
care of vehicles (service)___________________
05. Communication service_ ___________________
_
06. Travel expenses___ __________________________
07. Transportation of things (service)_____________
08. Printing, engraving, lithographing, binding,
photographing, and typewriting (service)___
09. Advertising and publication of notices (service).
10. Furnishing of heat, light, power, water, and
electricity (service)________________________
1 1 . Rents_______________________________________
1 2 . Repairs and alterations_______________________
13. Special and miscellaneous current expenses____
14. Maintenance and operation of naval shore sta­
tions______________________________________
15. Maintenance and operation of fleet________
16. Miscellaneous naval operating charges_________
Total current expenses.
Fixed charges:
20. Interest_____________________________________
21. Pensions, retirement salaries, annuities, and
World War allowances_____________________
22. Grants, subsidies, and contributions___________
Total fixed charges.
Acquisition of property:
30. Plant and equipment____________ ____________
31. Land and interests in land____________________
32. Structures and parts and nonstructural im­
provements to land (includes fixed equip­
ment) ____________________________________
33. Stores purchased for resale_________________
34. General stores_______________________________
Total acquisition of property.

$567, 410, 708
101, 181, 374
11, 119, 553

15. 75
2 . 81
. 31

$519, 355, 584
102, 052, 566
10, 088, 133

14. 61
2 . 87
.28

+$48, 055, 124
-871, 192
+ 1, 031,420

267, 571
4, 554, 870
37, 200, 371
14, 520, 406

. 01
. 13
1. 03
. 40

262, 752
4, 241, 050
36, 107, 366
14, 357, 828

.01
. 12
1. 02
. 40

+ 4, 819
+ 313, 820
+ 1, 093, 005
+ 162, 578

757, 083
152, 432

. 32
. 01

11, 010, 939
216, 719

. 31
.01

+746, 144
“ 64, 287

408, 872
9, 681, 457
59, 360, 359
6 , 906, 544

. 18
. 27
1. 65
. 19

78, 198, 835
103, 013, 912
33, 043, 271

11,

6,

045, 736
807, 292
808, 587
11, 509, 344

. 17
.25
1. 94
.33

+363,
+ 874,
—9, 448,
- 4 , 602,

2. 17
2 . 86
. 92

75, 110, 681
101, 280, 593
32, 036, 242

2. 11
2. 85
.90

+ 3, 088, 154
+ 1, 733,319
+ 1, 007, 029

1, 044, 777, 618

29. 01

1, 001, 291, 412

28. 18

+43, 486, 205

640, 188, 000

17. 78

675, 153, 000

19. 00

-3 4 , 965, 000

583, 989, 860
104, 600, 080

16. 2 2
2 . 90

559, 164, 167
106, 081, 746

15. 74
2. 98

+24, 825, 693
- 1 , 481, 6 6 6

1, 328, 777, 940

36. 90

1, 340, 398, 913

37. 72

-

2.

69
.28

97, 110, 386
35,171, 400

2. 73
.99

-2 0 0 , 476
-25, 073, 855

123, 483, 615
16, 305
16, 911, 450

3. 43
. 00
. 47

97, 285, 285
24, 125
22, 742, 100

2. 74
. 00
.64

+ 26,198, 330
- 7 , 820
- 5 , 830, 650

247, 418, 825

6.

87

252, 333, 296

7.10

- 4 , 914, 471

96, 909, 910
10, 097, 545

6,
8,
68,

11,

136
165
228
801

620,973

Payment of debt:
40. Public-debt redemptions and purchases.

553, 067, 629

15. 36

541, 941, 607

15. 25

Payments for rights and obligations:
50. Investments__________________________
51. Treaty obligations. ___________________
52. Repayments of deposits_______________
53. Refunds, awards, and indemnities_____

206, 774, 110
690, 000
17, 231, 0 2 0
162, 487, 816

5. 74
. 02
. 48
4. 51

182, 842, 117
690, 000
19, 055, 758
158,191, 935

5.14
.02
. 54
4,45

'"-1,"824,'738
+ 4, 295, 881

387, 182, 946

10. 75

360, 779, 810

10. 15

+ 26, 403, 136

16, 480, 848

.46

-1 6 , 480,848

Total payments for rights and obligations___
Reserve*

+

11,

126,022

+ 23, 931, 993

Grand total-

3, 561, 224, 958
39, 935, 622

98. 89
1. 11

3, 513, 225, 8 8 6
40, 357, 308

98.86
1. 14

+ 47, 999, 071
-4 2 1 , 6 8 6

3, 601, 160, 580

Total, General Government.
District of Columbia.-------------------

100. 00

* 3, 553, 583, 194

100. 00

+ 47, 577, 385

R
ECAPITU
LATIO
N
Current expenses__________________
Fixed charges_____________________
Acquisition of property____________
Payment of debt__________________
Payments for rights and obligationsReserve__________________________

1, 044,
1, 328,
247,
553,
387,

618
940
825
629
946

29. 01
36. 90
6 . 87
15. 36
1 0 . 75

1, 001, 291, 412
1, 340, 398, 913
252, 333, 296
541, 941, 607
360, 779, 810
16, 480, 848

28.18
37.72
7. 10
15. 25
10. 15
.46

+ 43, 486, 205
-11,620, 973
- 4 , 914, 471
+ 11,126,022
+ 26, 403, 136
-1 6 , 480, 848

TotaL General Government.
District of Columbia_____________

3, 561, 224, 958
39, 935, 622

98.89
1. 11

3, 513, 225, 8 8 6
40, 357, 308

9a 86
1. 14

+ 47, 999, 071
-4 2 1 , 6 8 6

3, 601, 160, 580

100.00

a3, 553,583,194

100.00

+47, 577, 385

Grand total-

777,
777,
418,
067,
182,

i F d itio s of ob
or efin n
jects, see O eral A
en
ccounting O B lletin No. 1 d
ffice u
, ated May 11,1022.
»E sive of ad ition am
xclu
d al ount req ired to m th p
u
eet e rovision of th act ap roved M 28, 1 2 , am din th cla
s
e
p
ay
9 8 en g e ssifica nact of 1 2 .
tio
03

i E siveof p n services ch ea le to th m u
xclu
erso al
arg b
e an factu an rep ir of equ ent or th b ild gandrep ir of stru res, etc.
re d a
ipm
e u in
a
ctu




t THE BUDGET, 1930

a84

B

udget

St a te m e n t N

o.

13

Summary of expenditures, by character and objects, jiscal years 1928 to 1925, exclusive of Postal Service payable from
postal revenues
12
95

12
98

12
97

12
96

$499, 854, 529. 84
103, 442, 6 6 8 . 31
10, 583, 146. 19

$486, 586, 917. 94
95, 540, 026. 17
10, 515, 478. 38

$473, 240, 848. 22
8 6 , 749, 560. 35
10, 206, 931. 60

$481, 277, 074. 79
87, 689, 775. 35
11, 739, 406. 20

C ara an ob
h cter d jects o exp d re
f en itu
Current expenses:
0 1 . Personal services________________________
02. Supplies and materials__________________
03. Subsistence and support of persons (service)
04. Subsistence of animals and care of vehicles
(service)______________________________
05. Communication service__________________
06. Travel expenses__________________________
07. Transportation of things (service)_________
08. Printing, engraving, binding, and type­
writing (service)_______________________
09. Advertising and publication of notices
(service)______________________________
10. Furnishing of heat, light, power, etc.
(service)---------- --------- ------------------------1 1 . Rents____________________________ _______
1 2 . Repairs and alterations___________________
13. Special and miscellaneous current expenses..
14. Maintenance and operation of naval shore
stations
15. Maintenance and operation of fleet___
16. Miscellaneous naval operating charges.

282, 249. 39
3, 694, 242. 54
34, 881, 685. 39
13, 548, 913. 61

221, 933.
3, 893, 038.
34, 310, 374.
12, 412, 679.

52
47
84
20

150, 748. 59
3, 385, 083. 45
32, 580, 042. 6 6
1 2 , 2 2 0 , 086. 18

226, 814. 24
3, 399, 468. 32
33, 843, 6 8 6 . 57
13, 840, 037. 61

10,

060, 086. 26

11, 508, 819. 62

10, 058, 489. 96

12, 317, 964. 90

162, 799. 28

240, 848. 14

114, 546. 95

130, 819. 53

5, 980, 823.
7, 680, 526.
64, 266, 779.
i 89, 229, 996.

33
67
03
33

6,

328, 421.
7, 131, 178.
60, 765, 713.
26, 037, 620.

53
45
64
16

6,

066, 822.
7, 089, 054.
60, 732, 077.
32, 573, 629.

6,

186,
7, 210,
55, 178,
10, 572,

46
91
25
40

814.
811.
740.
085.

14
98
00
08

70, 765, 336. 87
99, 127, 040. 00
29, 043, 308. 00

953, 216, 710. 56

932, 687, 152. 99

950, 614, 567. 65

787,975,374.01

831, 619, 117. 16

881, 994, 328. 21

593, 612, 114. 52
111, 872, 325. 94

577, 282, 184. 45
114, 803, 710. 18

643, 727, 618. 16
116, 136, 986. 79

554, 603, 109. 03
125, 655, 381. 6 6

1, 437, 393, 267. 41

Total fixed charges.

63, 267, 310. 47
137, 820, 113. 47
25, 913, 645. 00

731, 908, 826. 95

Fixed charges:
2 0 . Interest_____________ ____________________
21. Pensions, retirement, annuities, and allow­
ances_________________ _ — ---------------2 2 . Grants, subsidies, and contributions-----------

65, 648, 930. 01
104, 294, 455. 00
27, 575, 846. 00

1, 042, 604, 131. 04

Total current expenses____________

67, 439, 020. 50
103, 188, 598. 00
27, 096, 042. 00

1, 480, 061, 268. 64

1, 591, 483, 722. 11

1, 562, 252, 818. 90

Acquisition of property:
30 Plant and equipment_____________________
31. Land and interests in land________________
32. Structures, improvements to land, and fixed
equipment____________________________
33. Stores purchased for resale________________
34. General stores___________________________

78, 733, 286. 8 8
6 , 516, 959. 02

62, 707, 067. 34
10, 480, 780. 18

59, 881, 182. 44
1, 949, 968. 63

70, 478, 388. 81
2, 405, 376. 10

90, 902, 732. 67
91, 950. 39
33, 840, 855. 00

69, 598, 372. 91
8 8 , 566. 46
26, 845, 224. 00

64, 333, 426. 54
31, 744. 19
19, 662, 045. 00

67, 346, 743. 0 2
1, 391, 654. 20
12, 830, 014. 00

Total acquisition of property .

210, 085, 783. 96

169, 720, 010. 89

145, 858, 366. 80

154, 452, 176. 13

Payment of debt:
40. Public-debt redemptions and purchases paid
from ordinary receipts, including pre­
mium 2 _______________________________

540, 583, 783. 41

522, 926, 277. 25

487, 376, 050. 69

464, 535, 845. 89

180, 548, 059. 31
680, 0 0 0 . 0 0
17, 161, 344. 42
170, 693, 032. 40

170, 723, 595.
5, 6 6 8 , 879.
21, 893, 632.
129, 399, 969.

170, 764, 539.
5, 473, 156.
30, 197, 540.
213, 770, 844.

143, 101, 608.
5, 479, 731.
24, 447, 798.
176, 631, 931.

369, 082, 436. 13

327,

Payments for rights and obligations:
50. Investments-.__________________
51. Treaty obligations_______________
52. Repayments of deposits__________
53. Refunds, awards, and indemnities.
Total payments for rights and obliga­
tions_______________________________

i
20
36
10
60

22
31
36
56

076. 73

420, 206, 080. 26

349, 661, $69. 45

32, 080, 202. 46

27, 263, 191. 12

39, 506, 490. 29

23, 216, 783. 58

Total, General GovernmentDistrict of Columbia__________________

3, 631, 829, 604 41
39, 913, 540. 19

3, 480, 873, 535. 19
37, 856, 501. 00

3, 617, 117, 863. 14
34, 707, 744. 32

3, 504, 733, 261. 60
32, 971, 007. 27

Adjustment to total cash expenditures.

3, 671, 743, 144. 60
-2 8 , 223, 269. 47

3, 518, 730, 036. 19
-2 5 , 145, 516. 79

3, 651, 825, 607. 46
- 6 6 , 837, 733. 96

3, 537, 704, 268. 87
- 8 , 060, 822. 78

3, 643, 519, 875. 13

3, 493, 584, 519. 40

3, 584, 987, 873. 50

3, 529, 643, 446. 09

Postal deficiencies.

Total_______________ _____ _

‘ In d $50,000,000fo settlem t of a p erty claim
clu es
r
en
lien rop
s.




686,

19
09
69
76

3E sive of red p s p id fro su lu an b la ces.
xclu
em tion a
m rp s d a n

BUDGET STATEMENTS

a85

B u d g e t S t a t e m e n t N o . 14
S u m m ary o j e x p en d itu res, classified by governm ental ju n c t io n s , fis c a l yea r 1 9 3 0 , com pared with p r io r years

[T e a al exp d res given a on b sis of w rra ts issu ; th is, w rra ts a th
h ctu
en itu
re
a
a n
ed at
a n u orizin w d al of c sh fro T su ]
g ith raw
a
m rea ry
A al
ctu

E ated
stim
Fn
u ction

P cen
er t

A oun
m t
A. General functions:
___ ______
___
___
1 . Legislative.
2. Judicial____ - . _
______________
3. Executive- __ ___
___ __

12
98

12
99

13
90

0.

28
. 30
. 01

$10, 699, 910. 00
11, 265, 000. 00
468, 080. 00

69, 705, 232. 00
1 1 , 263, 760. 0 0
20, 971, 976. 00

1. 85
. 30
. 55

70, 010, 881. 00
11, 092, 705. 00
22, 836, 367. 00

1. 85
. 29
. 60

477, 000. 00
1, 067, 685. 00

. 01
. 03

567, 150. 00
1, 109, 839. 00

. 01
. 03

Total general administration____

103, 485, 653. 00

2. 74

105, 616, 942. 00

2.

Total general functions__ „

128, 883, 514. 00

3. 41

128, 049, 932. 00

3. 37

634, 620, 472. 00
33, 677, 240. 00

16. 79
.89

647, 029, 950. 00
25, 814, 338. 00
2 500, 000. 00

678, 060, 280. 00

17. 93

1, 346, 357, 992. 00

12, 219, 581. 00
42, 023, 463. 00

___

B. Military functions:
1 . National defense, exclusive of public
works_ _
____ ____ ______
_
_
2 . Public works under national defense____
3. Special war agencies _ - _ __ _________
_
4. Military pensions; retirement pay; an­
nuities, World War allowances, and
life-insurance claims.
______ Total military functions______
C. Civil functions:
1. Foreign relations and protection of
American interests abroad, ___ _____
2. General law enforcement ____
3. Provision for control of currency and
banking_____________________________
4. Administration of Indian affairs_____
5. Administration of public domain________
6 . Promotion and regulation of commerce
and industry _ - ____ ______ _______
7. Promotion, regulation, and operation of
marine transportation____ _____ _____
8 . Promotion and regulation of land trans­
portation ______ ___
___ ______
9. Postal Service (deficiency in postal reve­
nues).
__
___ ________
1 0 . Promotion and regulation of agriculture. _
1 1 . Promotion and regulation of fisheries___
1 2 . Promotion of labor interests___
_
_
13. Immigration and naturalization___ ___
_
_
14. Promotion of public health___
15. Promotion of public education____ _____
16. Science and research
______________ J
17. Public works—
1 . Genera] supervision, design, and
overhead ___________ ________
2 . Public improvements _ _________
3. Government plant additions____
Total public works__ ____
18. Revenue-producing enterprises_________
19. Local government____ ________
______
Relief expenditures______
________

20.

Total civil functions______________

0.

P r ce t
e n

28
. 38
. 01

4. General administration—
1. Financial administration. ___
2. Government supply services_
_
3. Public buildings service____________
4. Civil pensions and allowance ad­
__ - _^
ministration
__
5. Institutional and general expenses

$10, 687, 211. 00
14, 260, 650. 00
450, 000. 00

A oun
m t

P cen
er t

$10, 775, 693. 34
13, 925, 995. 85
589, 497. 19
6 6 , 887,

0. 30
. 38
. 02

031. 00
10, 748, 043. 76
16, 720, 333. 80

1. 83
. 29
. 46

375, 085. 35
1, 050, 006. 64

. 01
. 03

95, 780, 500. 55
686.

62

3. 32

17. 06
. 68
. 01

585, 328, 188. 75
11, 172, 707. 27
2 3, 778, 532. 65

16. 05
.31
. 10

685, 369, 024. 00

18. 06

664, 016, 707. 02

18.

35. 61

1, 357, 713, 312. 00

35. 79

1, 256, 739, 070. 39

34. 46

1. 12

. 32

11, 806, 391. 00
42, 108, 499. 00

1 . 11

. 31

10, 996, 323. 52
40, 436, 151. 23

1 . 11

8 , 431, 664. 0 0
17, 518, 816. 00
24, 110, 570. 00

. 22
. 46
. 64

8 , 732, 005. 00
16, 504, 195. 00
25, 275, 290. 00

. 23
. 43
. 67

7, 472, 414. 29
19, 104, 645. 80
25, 703, 789. 03

. 21
. 52
. 70

20, 950, 310. 00

. 55

20, 994, 502. 00

. 55

18, 506, 235. 45

. 51

61, 355, 710. 84

1. 6 8

20

. 30

08

79, 084, 185. 00

10, 249, 000. 00

. 27

9, 451, 399. 00

. 25

71, 209, 325. 00
39, 599, 850. 0 0
1, 970, 000. 00
5, 687, 258. 00
8 , 780, 241. 00
19, 409, 206. 00
1 1 , 8 6 6 , 860. 0 0
32, 344, 252. 00

1. 8 8
1. 05
. 05
. 15
. 23
. 52
. 31
. 86

83, 495, 830. 00
38, 383, 842. 00
1, 950, 500. 00
5, 736, 326. 00
8 , 346, 196. 00
20, 820, 624. 00
11, 521, 927. 00
19, 303, 973. 00

2. 20
1 . 01

867, 820. 00
205, 711, 800. 00
57, 021, 995. 00

. 02
5. 44
1. 51

837, 948. 00
198, 611, 339.00
56, 260, 964. 00

. 02
5. 24
1 . 48

838, 455. 90
182, 095, 521. 76
9, 680, 572. 22

. 02
4. 99
.27

263, 601, 615. 00

6.

97

255, 710, 251. 00

6.

192, 614, 549.

88

5.28

9, 300, 000. 00
42, 680, 907. 00
2, 279, 294. 00

. 25
1. 13
.06

9, 684, 708. 00
42, 742, 799. 00
3, 077, 000. 00

. 26
1. 13
. 08

9, 834, 698. 16
42, 461, 571. 46
64, 012. 32

1 . 16
.0 1

722, 920, 353. 00

19. 12

714, 730, 442. 00

18.83

566, 842, 623. 11

15. 55

78,

688,

141.

00

2.

121, 071,

2.

93

»S la an ex en of th severs! dep
a ries d p ses
e
artm ts n d
en ot irectlych rg b toany p u
a ea le
rod ctivefu ction
n
.




78

A ou t
m n

2.

08

.05
. 15
. 22
. 55
. 30
. 51

74

6,

527, 827. 04

32, 356, 895.
39, 329, 631.
1, 918, 448.
5, 324, 092.
7,155, 810.
19, 477, 514.
11, 246, 805.
14, 955, 497.

*C
redit.

27
55
29
21
15
30
08
24

. 18
. 89
08
. 05
. 15
. 20
. 53
. 31
. 41

1.

. 27

t h e b t t d g e t , 1930

a86

N o . 1 4 .— S u m m a ry o f exp en d itu res, classified by governm ental fu n c tio n s , fis c a l y ea r 19 30 , com pared with, p r io r years— C o n .

A al
ctu

E ated
stim
Fn
u ction

12
98

12
99

13
90
A ount
m

P cen
er t

A ount
m

P cen
er t

A ount
m

P cen
er t

D. Nonfunctional expenditures:
1 . Refunds, losses, contingencies, and mis*
cellaneous______________ ______ ______
2 . Cape Cod Canal bonds, and canal______
3. Inland Waterways Corporation...... .........

$169, 333, 725. 00

4. 48

$175, 257, 816. 00
6 , 230, 000. 00

4. 62
. 16

$225, 184, 716. 56
5, 500, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

6.

4. Fixed debt charges 1
—
1. Public-debt retirements payable
from ordinary receipts__________
2. Interest on the public debt________
3. Premium on sinking-fund purchases.

553, 067, 600. 00
640, 000, 000. 00

14. 63
16. 93

542, 471, 350. 00
675, 000. 000. 00

14. 30
17. 78

540, 255, 020. 30
731, 764, 476. 30
1, 267, 010. 15

Total fixed debt charges 1______

1( 193, 067, 600. 00

31. 56

1, 217, 471, 350. 00

32. 08

1, 273, 286, 506. 75

34. 92

5. Trust funds___________________________

220, 156, 463. 00

5. 82

195, 292, 617. 00

5. 15

196, 999, 509. 99

5. 40

Total nonfunctional expenditures___

1, 582, 557, 788. 00

1, 594, 251, 783. 00

42. 01

1, 701, 970, 733. 30

46. 67

3, 646, 624, 113. 73

100. 00

41.

86

Total expenditures from the Treas­
ury, checks issued, partially ad­
justed___________________________
E. Adjustment between cash expenditures and
checks issued__________________________
Total expenditures from the Treas­
ury, cash basis__________________
Add Postal Service expenditures, payable from
postal revenues_____________________________
Total expenditures.

3, 104, 238. 60
3, 780, 719, 647. 00 100. 00

3, 794, 745, 469. 00 100. 00

3, 643, 519, 875. 13

735, 000. 000. 00

707, 000, 000. 00

693, 633, 921. 45

4, 515, 719, 647. 00

4, 501, 745, 469. 00

4, 337, 153, 796. 58

*E d ex en itu ou of loan fu d liq id g pu debt (refu d g op
xclu es p d res t
n s u atin blic
n in eration bu in d a red p s m e fromord aryreceip
s), t clu es ll em tion ad
in
ts.
Note.—
Defin n of govern en fu ction a given o p g A F y rs p r to 1 2 , se B dget S
itio s
m tal n
s re
n a e 3. or ea rio
95 e u
tatem t N 9, in B dget fo 1 2 .
en o.
u
r 96




17
. 15
. 03

14. 82
07
.03

20.

BUDGET STATEMENTS

a87

B u d g et S tatem en t N o . 15

Comparisons oj appropriations recommended and appropriations made by Congress, fiscal year 1929, compared with
fiscal year 1928, classified by organization units
A p ria n recom en ed
p rop tio s
m d
O a iza nu it
rg n tio n
In B d
u get

S p lem tal
u p en
estim tes
a

T
otal

A p ria n
p rop tio s
by C n re
o g ss
to M 2 , 1 2
ay 9 9 8

$18,232,946.86
6 2,817, 4 6 0
1
3. 0
I O542,839.88
C,
3 , 291,915. 0
8
0
300.771.839.00
26,919,742. £0
II, 000,840.00
363.352.457.00
7
77,545, m . 0
0
14,4 1 2 6 3
5 , 3. 9
353,809,978. 0
0
401.950.143.00
40,464,486.00
1,217,442,707.56

$17,913,873.26
613.005.812.00
154,723,793.88
38.375.530.00
300,632, 5 9 0
3. 0
2
6,808, 0 2 £0
6.
11.078.340.00
364,233,3(2.00
774.445.042.00
1 6 , 236.39
4,4 6
345.9 ,278.00
-?0
4 8 (05,351. 5
0,
0
40.357.308.00
1,217,442, 7 7 5
0. 6

-$319,073.60
+188,376.00
-5,819, 046.00
^ 4-83, 6 5 0
1. 0
-139,300.00
—1 . CO0
1 1 F. 0
-12,500.00
+880, £05.00
-3,100,000. 0
0
+15, 000.00
-7,869, 700.00
+6,655, 2 8 £
0. 0
-107,178. 0
0

In a s by
cre se
C n re (+);
o g ss
d c a s (—
e re se )

Fiscal year 1929

L
egislative estab m t......... ....... ..........
lish en
E tive a d in ep d t establish en
xecu
n d en en
m ts__
D artm t of A
ep
en
gricu re............ .............
ltu
D artm t o C m
ep
en f om erce................ ...........
In r D
terio epartm t____________ ______
en
D
epartm t o J stice____ _____________
en f u
D
epartm t o L
en f abor._________________
Navy D
epartm t....................... .......... .
en
P O D
ost ffice epartm t................. .......... .
en
S D
tate epartm t--------------- ------- -------en
T
reasu D
ry epartm t___ ____ __________
en
W D artm t, in d g P am C
ar ep
en clu in an a anal__
D
istrict o Colum
f
bia,.................................
P blic d t, p cip l a d in
u
eb rin a n terest_________
T
otal, in d g P
clu in ostal S ice, p
erv
ayable fro p sta reven es..
m o l
u

$16, s -2, 930.86
r
6 2 2 4 O>. 0
1 , 0 , T2 0
1 2 7 3 229.00
4, 5 ,
3 , 5 9 460.00
7 9.
300,190, 089.00
2 , 7 4 6 0 00
6 8, 3.
1 , 7 5 840.00
0 3,
3 2 1 7 020.00
6, 6,
7 8 2 0 a:2. o
6, 7,
o
1 , 0 5 iss. i;
4 1,
3 G3 3 5 2 0
1 , 3, 6. 0
398,823, 1 3 0
4. 0
40,431, 186.00 ,
, 2 1 2 , 393.53 j
1 ,6 3

$1,370,016. 0
0
613.384.00
1 , 789,610.88
7
692,455. 0
0
581,7£0.0
0
135,112.50
355,000. 0
0
1 185,437.00
,
9.275.000. 0
0
46 08 2
3, 4. 5
37,476,416.00
3.127.000.00
33.300.00
i 5,819,314.03

4,258, 793,705. 5
3

78,889,843. 66

1 .1
99

4,328,028,236. 0
9

-9,655,373.10

1 , 174,988.76
6
5 0 402,041. 0
2,
0
1 4 487,820. 0
4,
0
3 , 240.430.00
5
2 5 7 7 596.00
8, 1 ,
2,8 5 39 £
5 9, 4. 0
0
8 558,540. 0
,
33 8 5 50 0
1, 1 , 0- 0
0
7 7 9 9,115- 0
5, 6
19 4
1. 1
1,
1
1 0 468.453.00
7,
7 2 12 0
2 , 4. 0
519,869. 0
0
6
29,560. 9
3
1,3 8
1,

1,466,457. 0
0
28,308, 7 0 7
0. 1
8,956,303.29
3,819,338.99
52,1G2 0 5
5 , S. 7
2,012,299. 0
0
162 23 8
, 4, 3. 7
28,050,929. 9
3
2,131,954. 4
4
12 5 98 9
, 5, 8. 2
108,579,899.44
5 , 787,904.68
1
1,097,637.08
*61,508,825. 9
3

1 ,6 1 445.76
7 4,
5 8 71 3 1 7
4 , 1, 4 . 1
1 3 4 , 1 3.29
5 ,4 4 8
3
9,059, 768.99
3
37,873, 876.57
2 , f0 , 6 8 £
7 7 4. 0
10,2 0 773.87
0,
3 1 S (, 429.93
4, 6
7t0,1 1 069.44
0,
1 2,18 3
3,2 5 0 .3
29
7 ,048, 352.44
418,510, 046.68
0 .0
39,617, ■ 0 8
1,257,120, 735.00

17,475,786.85
5 8 722,584.43
4,
148,780,377.29
38,955,725.44
337,947,771.90
27.852.106.69
10,215,773.87
3 4 G6
4 , 0 ,831.57
757,499,196. 2
4
13,288,650.97
277,495.898.54
417,410,413.75
39.648.442.69
1,257,120,735.00

-165,658.91
+11,242. 7
2
*4,663,806.00
-104,043.65
+73,895.33
-55,641.81
+15,000.00
+2,740,401.64
-2,601,873.20
+63,542.64
-1,552,453.90
-1,099,632.93
+30,936.61

4,244,328,286.59

4,237,020,295.23

-7,307,991.36

Fiscal year 1928

L
egislativeestab m t_________ ____
lish en
E tive an in ep d t establishm
xecu
d d en en
ents..
D
epartm t of A
en
gricu re................ ......
ltu
D
epartm t of C m
en
om erce_____________
In r D
terio epartm t..... ................ .........
en
departm of J stice______________
ent u
D
epartm t o L
en f abor........ ............ ......
N D
avy epartm
ent............ ..............
P O D
ost ffice epartm
ent................
S D
tate epartm t________________
en
T
reasu D
ry epartm t.................... . „
en
W D
ar epartm t, in d g P am C
en clu in an a anal.
D
istrict o C m
f olu bia...... ........................
P blic debt, p cip l an in
u
rin a d terest.............
T
otal, in d g P
clu in ostal S ice, payable fro p sta reven es..
erv
mo l
u

4,014,571,124.60

3229,757,161.9

i N in re se in o in l p blic-d estim
et e a
rig a u
ebt
ates, a rev
s ised by th T
e reasu D
ry epartm t.
en
*N d c a in o in l p blic estim
et e re se
rig a u
ates, a rev
s ised by th T
e reasu D
ry epartm t.
en
*N d c a .
et e re se
Note.— p riation fo w ich n estim w su itted h b d
Ap rop
s r h
o
ates ere bm
ave een istrib ted ab by d artm ts.
u
ove
ep
en
506—28------ vn




t h e b u d g e t , 1930

a88
B

udget

S tatem ent N

o.

16

Statement of estimates of appropriations for 1930 and appropriations for 1929, showing percentages of the totals for current
operation of the Government, by departments and offices
D
epartm t o o e
en r ffic
Legislative establishment____________________________________
Executive Office____________________________________________
Independent offices;
American Battle Monuments Commission________________
Arlington Memorial Bridge Commission__________________
Civil Service Commission_____________________________ ...
Employees’ Compensation Commission__________________
Federal Board for Vocational Education_________________
Federal Trade Commission______________________________
General Accounting Office______________ _____ ___________
Housing Corporation-----------------------------------------------------Interstate Commerce Commission________________________
Shipping Board and Emergency Fleet Corporation________
Smithsonian Institution_________________________________
Public Buildings and Public Parks of the National Capital _
Tariff Commission______________________________________
United States Veterans* Bureau__________________________
Other independent offices_________ ______________________
Department of Agriculture___________________________________
Department of Commerce___________________________________
Department of the Interior__________________________________
Department of Justice_______________________________________
Department of Labor________________________________________
Navy Department___________________________________________
State Department___________________________________________
Treasury Department_______________________________________
War Department, including Panama Canal___________________
District of Columbia_________________________________________
Current operations-

P cen of
er t
tota
l

E ates o a p p ­
stim
f p ro ria
tion 1 3
s, 9 0

P cen o
er t f
to l
ta

$18, 919, 730. 64
458,120. 00

0. 79
.02

$17, 913, 873. 26
437,180. 00

0.77
.02

600, 000. 00
2, 000, 000. 00
1, 251, 562. 00
4, 077, 326. 00
8, 176, 120. 00
1, 289, 760. 00
4, 132, 000. 00
397, 950. 00
8, 213, 825. 00
9, 994, 000. 00
1, 107, 573. 00
2, 888, 061. 00
815, 000. 00
597, 375, 000. 00
5, 585, 224. 00
154, 232, 131. 00
58, 459, 749. 00
310, 957, 045. 78
28, 103, 570. 00
10, 719, 430. 00
349, 125, 482. 00
14, 744, 831. 43
329, 698, 615. 80
444, 835, 222. 00
39, 935, 622. 00

.02
.08
.05
. 17
.34
. 05
. 17
.02
. 34
. 42
. 05
. 12
.03
24. 81
.23
6. 40
2. 43
12. 91
1. 17
* 45
14. 50
. 61
13. 69
18. 47
1. 66

700, 000.00
2, 300, 000.00
1,130, 352. 00
3, 755, 010. 00
8, 220, 000. 00
1, 048, 000. 00
3, 820, 000. 00
475, 750.00
7, 654, 745. 00
13, 688, 750. 00
1, 004, 162.00
2, 652, 980.00
754 000. 00
560, 060| 000. 00
5, 304, 883. 00
154, 723, 793. 88
38, 375, 530.00
300, 632, 539.00
26, 808, 062. 50
11, 078, 340. 00
364, 233, 362. 00
14, 466, 236. 39
345, 940, 278. 00
408, 605, 351. 50
40, 357, 308.00

.03
. 10
. 05
. 16
.35
. 04
. 16
.02
.33
. 59
. 04
. 11
.03
23. 98
. 23
6. 62
1. 64
12. 87
1. 15
.47
15. 59
.62
14.81
17. 49
l.*3

100. 00 12, 336, 140, 486. 53

100. 00

2, 408, 092, 950. 65

i E sive o ad ition am nt req ired to m th p isio s of th act ap roved M 28 1 2 , am d g th c ssifica na of 1 2 .
xclu
f d al ou
u
eet e rov n
e
p
ay , 9 8 en in e la
tio ct 9 3




BUDGET STATEMENTS
B udget Sta te m e n t N

o.

a89

17

Comparative statement of appropriations jor departments and establishments for thejiscal years 1929 and 1928, including
revised public-debt appropriations
A p riation fo 1 2
p rop
s r 99
A
nnual an
d
o er
th
L
egislative estab m t:
lish en
Senate........................
H se of R resen
ou
ep
tatives.
A itect o th Capitol...
rch
f e
B ta ic G en
o n ard ...........
L rary of C gress........
ib
on
P b P ter...............
u lic rin
L
egisla m
tive iscellan s..
eou
T
otal, le isla e estab m t *
g tiv
lish en
E tive O an in ep d t estab m ts:
xecu
ffice d d en en
lish en
E tive O
xecu
ffice_____ ________________________J
A are f fun
lask lie d..................... ............ ...................
A P p C stod ..........................................
lien ro erty u ian
A erican B
m
attle M um ts C m
on en om ission______ _____
A gton M orial B ge C m
rlin
em
rid om ission_____________
B
oardof M
ediation
.................................... ...............
Ba o T A
o rd f ax ppeals...................... ................... .......
B rea of E
u u fficien
cy............... ................ ...................
C S rv C m
ivil e ice om ission
.................. ................ ....... .
C m
om ission B ten ia B o W in
, icen n l, irth f ash gton________
C m
om ission o F e A
f in rts.............. ...................... .......
E ployees’ C p sation C m
m
om en
om ission
..........................
F era B a fo V
ed l o rd r ocation E
al ducation....... ...... ...........
F era P w C m
ed l o er om ission
................................. ........
F d l R io C m
e era ad om ission
______ ________ ________
F d ra R
e e l eserve Board........... ................ ...................
Fd lT
e era rade C m
om ission................. ............... .........
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice............................................
G rg R g C
eo e o ers lark S u ten ia C m
esq icen n l om ission______
H sin C o tio ..................................................
ou g orp ra n
In a n l T e E ibition................... ....... ..........
tern tio a rad xh
In
terstate C m C m
om erce om ission
.................. ....... .......
N
ation A visory C m
al d
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics.................
P
erry’s V
ictory M orial C m
em
om ission....... ...................
P n el C ssifica n B
erso n la
tio oard..................... ....... .........
P tectin in re of th U
ro
g te sts
e nited S
tates in o leases..........
il
P blic B ild gs an P b P rk of th N
u
u in
d u lic a s
e ation C
al apital.
S ith ianIn tion
m son
stitu ..............................................
T
ariff C m
om ission
____ ________ ___________ ____
U. S. G g p icBoard...............................................
eo ra h
U. S. S ip in Board...
h p g
U S. V
* eteran B reau
s’ u ..
Total, E tive O an in ep d t establish en
xecu
ffice d d en en
m ts.
D
epartm t of A
en
gricu re..............................
ltu
D
epartm t of C m
en
om erce...............................
D
epartm t of th In
en
e terior................. ............
D
epartm t of J stice
en
u ....................................
D artm t of L
ep
en
abor.....................................
N
avy D
epartm t.........................................
en
P st O D artm t (p
o ffice ep
en ayable fromT
reasury).
S D artm t......... ................... ............
tate ep
en
T
reasury D
epartm t..................................
en
W D
ar epartm t...........................................
en
D
istrict of C m
olu bia......................................

$2,945,295.30
7,532,513.16
2,145,720.80
142.597.00
1,682,987.00
3,137,000.00
166.960.00
17,753,073.26

P an t an
erm en d
in efin
d ite

$160,800.00

lfiO
,800.00

437,180.00
15,000.00

A p ria n fo 1 2
p rop tio s r 9 8
T
otal

$2,945,295.30
7 5 2 513.16
, 3,
2,145,720. S
O
1 2 9.0
4 ,5 7 0
183 77 0
, 4, 8. 0
3,137,000.00
166,960.00

$2,982,897. 7
0
7 6 5 809.15
, 8,
1 9 ,51 0
,1 1 7 . 0
7*7,217. 0
0
1 5 , 332.00
,5 1
3,107, 2 0 0
0. 0
228,960.00

1, 9 3 7 . 2
7 1 ,8 3
437,180.00
15,000.00
700,000.00
2 300,000.00
,
347.902.00
720.740.00
210,350. 0
0
1,130,352.00

7,300.00
3,755,010.00
853,000.00
112.640.00
364.027.00
3.820.000.00
200,000.00
475,750.00

7,300.00
3,755,010.00
8,220,000.00
120.890.00
364.027.00
2.700.000. 00
1.048.000.00
3.820.000. 0
0
200,000.00
475.750.00

7,654,745.00
600,000.00
14,374.00

7,654,745.00
600,000.00
14,374.00

2,700,000.00
1.048.000.00

P a en a d
erm n t n
in efin
d ite

17,474,986. 8
5

700,000.00
2,300, o a00
o
347.902.00
720.740.00
210.350.00
1,130,352.00

7,367,000.00
8,250.00

A n al a d
nu n
o e
th r

$800.00

$2,982,897.70
7,685,809.15
1,191, 571.00
727.217.00
1,552,132.00
3,107, 200.00
228.960.00
1 , 4 5 786.85
7 7,

438,460.00
98.000.00
e ooo o
o, o. o
2,500,000.00
390,000.00
721.780.00
210.350.00
1,198,942.00
14.000.00
7,300. 0
0
3 649,529. 4
,
6
798,2 0 0
3. 0
32.500.00
52.186.00

T
otal

15,000.00

7,367,000.00
10,000.00

438.460.00
15.000. 0
0
9 , o a00
8 o
600,000.00
2,500,000.00
390,000.00
721.780.00
210.350.00
1,198,942.00
14.000.00
7,3oaoo
3 6 9 529.46
, 4,
8,165,230. 0
0
42.500.00
52.186.00

984,350.00
3,863,400.00

984,350.00
3,863,400.00

564,236.00
150.000.00
7,981,314.00
550.000.00

564,236.00
150.000.00
7,981,314.00
550.000.00

74,500,000.00

2.652.980.00
1.004.162.00
754,000.00
4,300. 0
0
13,688,750.00
560,000,000.00

75.000.00
90.000.00
2,454,470.00 !
979,711.00 I
686,0 0 0 '
0. 0
3,945.00
12,373,215.00
499,803,665.97

84,650,250.00

613,005,812.00

541,270,584.43

7,452,000.00

548,722,584.43

143,713,293.88
38,372,53a0
0
273.178.539.00
26,808,062.50
11,068,340.00
362.345.812.00

11,010,500.00
3,000.00
27,454,000.00

14,325,003.39
322,204,541.00
398,517,221.50
37,637,308.00

141,233.00
23.735.737.00
10.088.130.00
2,720,000.00

14,466,236.39
345,940,278.00
408,605,351.50
40,357,308.00

137,429,127.29
38,952,725.44
312,768,771.90
27.852.106.69
10,190,773.87
342,689,981,57
31,406.10
13,147,417.97
246,350,858.54
409,334,813.75
37.106.442.69

11,351,250.00
3,000.00
25,179,000.00

10,000.00
1,887,550.00

1 4 7^ .88
5 , 3,793
38.375.530.00
300.632.539.00
26,808,062.50
11.078.340.00
364.233.362.00

141,233.00
31,145,040.00
8,075,600.00
2,542,000.00

148,780,377.29
38,955,725.44
337,947,771.90
27.852.106.69
10,215,773.87
344,606,831.57
31,406.10
13,288,650.97
277,495,898.54
417,410,413.75
39.648.442.69

161,861,200.00 2,336,140,486.53 2,134,599,997.09
675,000,000.00 675,000,000.00
370,153,407.56 370,153,407.56
172,289,300.00 172,289,300.00

2,652,980.00
944,162.00
754,000.00
4,300.00
13,688,750.00
485,5€0,000.00
528,355,562.00

60,000.00

60,000.00

25,000.00
1,916,850.00

75.000.00
90.000.00
2.454.470.00
1.039.711.00
686,000.00
3,945.00
12,373,215.00
499,803,665.97

Total, ex siv of p b d t-.
clu e u lic eb
In
terest o th p b debt..............
n e u lic
S k g fu d
in in n .................................
O
tber red p n of th p b debt.
em tio s
e u lic

2,174,279,286.53

87,831,773.00
720,000,000.00
354.157.085.00
182.963.650.00

2,222,431,770.09
720,000,000.00
354.157.085.00
182.963.650.00

T p y b fromth T
otal a a le
e reasu
ry.......
P
ostal S ice, p le fromp sta reven e..
erv
ayab
o l
u

2,174,279,286.53 1,379,303,907.56 3,553,583,194.09 2,134,599,997.09 1,344,952,508.00
774,225,042.00
220,000.00 774,445,042.00 757,467,790.14

3,479,552,505.09
757,467,790.14

Total...............................................

2,948*504,328.53 1,379,523,907.56 4,328,028, m 09 2,892,067,787.23 1,344,952,508.00

4,237,020,295.23




a9

THE BUDGET, 1930

0

B u d g e t S t a t e m e n t N o . 18

Statement oj balances oj appropriations oj June SO 1928, and oj appropriations jor the jiscal year 1929 (including revised
,
estimated permanent and indejinite appropriations), as oj November jf, 1928, reported by the Secretary oj the Treasury
[B d a d a u tin a 1 2 , s c 2 1 (e
u get n cco n g ct, 9 1 e . 0 )]
I
B la ces o ap ro ria
a n
f p p ­
tion J n 3 , 1 2
s, u e 0 9 8

Legislative establishment____________________
Executive Office_____________________________
Independent offices:
Federal Board for Vocational Education. _
Interstate Commerce Commission________
Transportation act, 1920_________ _______
Railroad Administration_________________
Shipping Board_________________________
United States Veterans’ Bureau__________
Other independent offices________________
Department of Agriculture___________________
Department of Commerce___________________
Department of the Interior____ _____________
Department of Justice_______________________
Department of Labor________________________
Navy Department___________________________
Post Office Department______________________
State Department___________________________
Treasury Department__________ ____________
War Department____________________________
Panama Canal______________________________
District of Columbia_________________________
Purchase of obligations of foreign governments.
Sinking fund________________________________
Other public debt redemptions_______________
Interest on the public debt___________________

A p riation fo fisc l
p rop
s r a
y r 1 2 , in d g
ea 9 9
clu in
rev
ised estim
ated p r­
e
m en an in efin
an t d d ite
ap ro ria n
p p tio s

T av b
otal aila le

3, 873, 140. 49
63, 392. 70

$17, 021, 873. 26
437, 180. 00

$20, 895, 013. 75
500, 572. 70

1, 403, 180. 70
1, 219, 919. 78
277, 873, 143. 08
192, 222, 693. 98
77, 041, 274. 41
48, 361, 314. 99
6 , 960, 206. 30
21, 264, ‘242. 04
8 , 378, 294. 54
50, 110, 154. 02
4, 589, 453. 96
1, 435, 523. 02
98, 486, 003. 67
64, 945. 92
6 , 932, 315. 6 6
1 0 0 , 476, 378. 54
215. 361, 995. 22
4, 381, 559. 65
8 , 273, 160. 82
38, 591, 629. 05
838. 07
14. 89

8, 220, 000. 00
7, 654, 745. 00

370, 153, 407.”56
172, 289, 300. 00
675, 000, 000. 00

9, 623, 180. 70
8 , 874, 664. 78
277, 873, 143. 08
192, 222, 693. 98
90, 730, 024. 41
608, 421, 314. 99
28, 657, 343. 30
154, 803, 000. 47
46, 608, 709. 54
342, 334, 776. 0 2
31, 303, 683. 96
12, 306, 863. 02
461, 999, 365. 67
64, 945. 92
21, 283, 552. 05
399, 112, 051. 54
535, 390, 036. 72
13, 041, 559. 65
46, 736, 818. 82
38, 591, 629. 05
370, 154, 245. 63
172, 289, 314. 89
675, 000, 000. 00

13,
560,
21,
133,
38,
292,
26,
10,
363,

6 8 8 , 750.
060, 000.
697, 137.
538, 758.
230, 415.
224, 622.
714, 230.
871, 340.
513, 362.

00
00
00
43
00
00

00
00
00

14, 351, 236. 39
298, 635, 673. 00
320, 028, 041. 50
8 , 660, 0 0 0 . 0 0
38, 463, 658. 00-

Total, exclusive of Postal Service____
Postal Service payable from postal revenues.

1, 167, 364, 775. 50

3, 391, 453, 729. 14
i 774, 445, 042. 00

4, 558, 818, 504. 64
1 774, 445, 042. 00

Total______________________________

1, 167, 364, 775. 50

4, 165, 898, 771. 14

5, 333, 263, 546. 64

1 N c rrie o th b ok o th T
ot a d n e o s f e reasu bu ad edh re to com lete th total.
ry, t d e
p
e
Note.— e ap ro ria n fo 1 2 , a stated ab
Th p p tio s r 9 9 s
ove, a exclu e of am n ap ro ria fo th fisc l y r 1 2 th w re m e a
re
siv
ou ts p p ted r e a ea 9 9 at e ad vailab fo exp d re d rin th fisca
le r en itu u g e
l
yea 1 2 , th b ces o w ich a in d inth first colu n
r 9 8 e alan
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re clu ed
e
m.




BUDGET STATEMENTS

a91

B udget S tatem en t N o . 19

Consolidated current balance sheet1at close of business June SO, 1928 2
[g e n e r a l fund and p ublic-d ebt (loan) funds]

A
ssets

A oun
m t

R fe n e to
e re c
statem t
en

L b
ia ilities, r se e a dsu lu
e rv s, n rp s

A ount
m

Pg
ae
A. Cash in Treasury offices_______ $216, 209, 905. 10

C. Liabilities:
1 . Treasurer’s checks outstanding________
2 . Deposits of Government officers—
1. Post Office Department__________
2 . Board of trustees, Postal Savings
System—
1 . Five per cent reserve_________
2 . Other deposits_______________
3. Postmasters, clerks of courts, dis­
bursing officers, etc_____________

Total cash in depositories

297, 946, 941. 83

51, 867,211. 65

Total liabilities_______________

B. Cash in depositories;
!
1 . Federal reserve banks_____
23, 959, 959. 22
2 . Special depositories_______
245, 754, 000. 00
526, 121. 68
3. Foreign depositories---------4. National banks___________
26, 946, 027. 33
5. Philippine treasury________
760, 833. 60

70, 178, 189. 01

D. Reserve for deposits:
1. Redemption of Federal reserve notes (5
per cent gold fund)_________________
2 . Redemption of national-bank notes (5
per cent fund)______________________
3. Retirement of additional circulating
notes, act May 30, 1908_____________
4. Exchange of currency, coin, etc________

$4, 610, 822. 46
5, 821, 811. 07
6,

442, 670. 87
1, 435, 672. 96

150, 632, 176. 90
24, 879, 312. 09
2, 430. 00
2, 937, 758. 14

Total reserve for deposits___________

178, 451, 677. 13

Total liabilities and reserves________

248, 629,

E. Balance in general fund:
1 . At beginning of year, July 1 , 1927______
2. Addition during year—
1. Excess of ordinary receipts over ex­
penditures payable therefrom____

866.

14

234, 057, 409. 85
398, 828, 281. 06

Total cash assets-

514, 156, 846. 93

Al00

367, 358, 710. 12

a 15

29

Total balance and additions
during year_________________
3. Deductions during year—
1 . Public debt, redemptions from the
general fund, in addition to sink­
ing fund and redemptions from
restricted receipts_______________
4. Balance in general fund June 30, 1928__.

265, 526, 980. 79

Total liabilities, reserves, and balance

514, 156, 846. 93

632, 885, 690. 91

1 O b sis o daily statem t o th U ited S
n a f
en f e n
tates T su -.
rea ry
2 \ tiiletn3 sta n a is deviated acon
V
i te a t
solid
atedcu t o la cesh it on in d th ca re u e of th G
rren a n
eet,
ly clu es e sh so rc s
e overn en an th se lia ilities of th T
m t d o
b
e reasu n leq
ry ow tiirod
tn ->3 set u b lawa a en m ran o th ca a
f
p y
s n cu b ce f e sh ssets. N a u t is tak a p
o cco n
en t resen of th a
t
e ssets a edan d e o oth lia ilities in rred
ccru
d u r er b
cu .




THE BUDGET, 1930

a92

B

udget

Statem ent N

o.

20

<’tatement of operations,* general fund, fiscal year ended June SO, 1928
S
Reference to
statement

N
o.

Item

Fiscal year 1928

Pg
ae
Receipts, by sources of revenue:
1. Internal-revenue receipts1. Income tax_______
2 . Miscellaneous____

a 15

Total internal-revenue receipts _

$2, 173, 952, 556. 73
621, 018, 665. 64
2, 794, 971, 222. 37

2. Customs receipts------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3. Miscellaneous receipts—
1. Interest, premium, and discount-----------------------------------------------------------2 . Sale of Government property___________________________________________
3. Public-domain receipts-------------------------------------------------------------- . ---------4. Net earnings, Federal reserve and intermediate credit banks (franchise tax).
5. Profits on coinage, bullion deposits, etc---------------------------------------------------6 . Revenue-producing enterprises__________________________________________
7. Rent of public buildings and grounds____________________________________
8 . Fees, fines, penalties, forfeitures, etc----------- -------------------------------------------9. Gifts and contributions_________________________________________________
10. Miscellaneous unclassified receipts_______________________________________
11. Army and Navy miscellaneous collections________________________________
12. Repayments of investments_____________________________________________
13. Assessments and reimbursements________________________________________
14. District of Columbia receipts____________________________________________
15. Trust-fund receipts_____________________________________________________

a56

676, 512, 044. 76
1, 878, 700. 56

Total miscellaneous receipts__________________________________________

a57

568, 986, 188. 50

Total_______________________________________________________________
Adjustment between receipts by warrant and cash receipts as per Treasury statement.

a 15

678, 390, 745. 32

Total receipts.
B. Expenditures, by character of expenditure:
1. Current expenses, including equipment.
2. Nonadministrative expenses 2
—
1 . Interest on public debt_________
2. Pensions______________________
3. Other_________________________
Total nonadministrative expenses 3 ____________
3. Construction work, including national-defense structures—
1. Rural post roads_________________________________
2. Rivers and harbors_______________________________
3. Other public works_______________________________
Total public works.
4. District of Columbia______________________________________________
5. Deficiencies in postal revenues___________________ - ________________
6 * Operations in special accounts 3_____________________________ ______
7. Investments— Cape Cod Canal and Inland Waterways Corporation.
8 . Reduction in principal of public debt, payable from ordinary receipts1 . Sinking fund_______________________________________________
2 . Other______________________________________________________

179, 123, 791.
11, 041, 452.
30, 021, 212.
618, 367.
6 , 235, 610.
38, 198, 899.
1 , 088, 748.
33, 603, 998.
5, 158, 933.
1, 085, 424.
1, 019, 450.
204, 080, 308.
29, 721, 156.
30,/427, 093.
105, 087, 597.

92
36
85
05
60
65
08
57
16
88

03
48
74
02
37

4, 042, 348, 156. 19
985, 602, 887. 03
731, 764, 476. 30
228, 696, 993. 89
614, 202, 658. 6 6
1, 574, 664, 128. 85
82, 514, 554. 57
72, 851, 745. 03
71, 0 1 2 , 395. 63
226, 378, 695. 23
37, 036, 115. 24
32, 356, 895. 27
30, 097, 799.00
6 , 500, 000. 00
354, 741, 300. 00
185, 513, 720. 30

Total reduction in principal of public debt payable from ordinary receipts _

10, 108, 324. 40
175, 403, 494. 40
25, 116, 515. 41

Total trust funds______________________________________________________

a56

540, 255, 020. 30

9. Special funds____________________________________________________________________
10. Trust funds:
1 . Investment of trust funds_________________________________________________
2. Expenditure from trust funds______________________________________________

200, 520, 009. 81

Total expenditures.

3, 643, 519, 875. 13

C. Excess of ordinary receipts over expenditures payable therefrom.
D. Balance in general fund at beginning of year___________________

398, 828, 281. 06
234, 057, 409. 85

E. Balance, and excess of ordinary receipts over expenditures payable therefrom_________________
F. Deduct amount of general fund applied through loan funds to redemption of public debt, in
addition to sinking fund and restricted receipts___________________________________________

632, 885, 690. 91
367, 358,7ia 12

G. Balance in general fund at end of year______________________________________________________

a 15

265, 526, 980. 79

i O b sis of T
n a
reasu dailystatem t.
ry
en
* R resen th d u
ep
ts ose isb rsem ts of th G
en
e overn en w ich d n t con teex en of ad in
m t h
o o
stitu p ses
m istration strictlysp in E p of su exp d res a in
,
eak g. xam les
ch en itu re terest ontbe
pu debt, p sion gran su sid an con u s, refu d an d b s, in em ities, m
blic
en s,
ts, b ies d trib tion
n s d raw ack d n
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d aval in ran an th like.
su ce, d e
•T
hese a n fig res an m allow ce fo receip an d osits cred to th accou ts co cern .
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BUDGET STATEMENTS

a93

B u d g e t S t a t e m e n t N o . 21
Statem ent o j o p e ra tio n s,l p u b lic debt receip ts and exp en d itu res, jis c a l y ea r ended J u n e 3 0 ,1 9 2 8

21

a93

A. Public debt receipts and deposits:
1 . Treasury notes______________
2 . Treasury bonds_______________________________________________________________
3. Certificates of indebtedness_______ _____________________________________________
4. Treasury savings securities_____________________________________________________
5. Postal savings bonds___________________________________________________________
6 . Deposits for retirement of national-bank notes (act of July 14, 1890)_____________
7. Treasury notes and certificates of indebtedness (adjusted service series)___________
8 . Treasury notes and certificates of indebtedness (civil-service retirement-fund series) 9. Treasury notes and certificates of indebtedness (Foreign Service retirement series) _ Total public debt receipts and deposits.

21

a93

B. Public-debt expenditures:
1. Interest-bearing debt—
1 . Certificates of indebtedness_____________ ___________________________
2 . War savings securities------------- ------------------------------ ------------------------3. Treasury savings securities____________________________________ _____
4. Treasury notes and certificates of indebtedness (adjusted service series) 5. Certificates of indebtedness (civil-service retirement-fund series)____
6 . Certificates of indebtedness (Foreign Service retirement-fund series) _ I _.
7. Liberty bonds and Victory loan notes________________________________
8 . Treasury notes_____________________________________________________
9. Treasury bonds____________________________________________________
Total expenditures, interest-bearing debt._____________
Debt bearing no interest— Miscellaneous debt items________
3. National-bank notes and Federal reserve bank notes retired2.

226, 895, 350. 00
27, 052, 100. 00
406, 536, 700. 00
17, 052, 125. 51
1, 582, 720. 00
25, 121, 597. 50
123, 400, 000. 00
27, 400, 000. 00
299, 000. 00
6,

855, 339, 593. 01

4, 838, 616, 000. 00
77, 586. 50
178, 750, 790. 20
34, 500, 000. 00
1 2 , 600, 0 0 0 . 0 0
147, 000. 00
2 , 197, 998, 850. 00
471, 718, 850. 00
150, 000. 00
7, 734, 559, 076. 70
707, 326. 73
27, 6 8 6 , 920. 0 0

Total public-debt expenditures________________________i ____________________________

7, 762, 953, 323. 43

C. Redemptions of the public debt required to be paid from ordinary receipts (for details see page
a32).
D. Additional redemptions of the public debt (net).

540, 255, 020. 30
367, 358, 710. 12

E. Total redemptions of the public debt (net)_____

907, 613, 730. 42

1 O b sis of daily T
n a
reasu statem t.
ry
en

B u d g et S ta tem en t N o. 22

Consolidated statement oj operations,1jiscal year ended June 30,1928
[g e n e r a l fu nd and p u b lic-d eb t (loan) funds]

l
21

a 15
a93

A. Receipts:
1. Ordinary receipts (general fund)------------------------------2. Public-debt (loan) funds__________________________
_

$4, 042, 348, 156. 19
6 , 855, 339, 593. 01

Total receipts_____________________________ ____
20
21

a92
a93

10, 897, 687, 749. 20

B. Expenditures:
1. General fund______________________________________
2. Public-debt (loan) funds 2__________________________

3, 643, 519, 875. 13
7, 222, 698, 303. 13

Total expenditures___________________ __________

10,

866,

218, 178. 26

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C. Excess of receipts over all expenditures--------------------------D. Balance in general fund at beginning of year, July 1, 1927.

31, 469, 570. 94
234, 057, 409. 85

a !5

E. Balance in general fund at end of year, June 30, 1928------

265, 526, 980. 79

i O b siso T
n a f reasu dailystatem t.
ry
en
*E desred p s ofdebt payable from*‘ O in receip
xclu
em tion
rd ary
ts.*' T
hese a in d in gen
re clu ed
eraM n exp d res.
u d en itu




a94

th e

b u d g e t,

1930

B udget S tatement N o . 23
PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES

Summary statement oj outstanding debt at close oj business June SO} 1928, compared with June 30,1927, and June 30,1916
[O b sis of rev fig re rep rted inthe' 1S
n a
ised u s o
tatem t o tb P b D o th U ited States"]
en f e u lic ebt f e n
O tstan in d t
u
d g eb
D
escrip
tion o lo n
f a
J n 30,1928
ue

J n 3 , 12
u e 0 97

A. Interest-bearing debt (see Statement 24, p. a95) :
1. Bonds—
1 . Pre-war
_______ ______ ____ _______ $768, 132, 510. 00
$766, 549, 790. 00
2 . War (Liberty loan bonds)_________ ____ 9, 462, 046, 350. 00 11, 690, 109, 250. 00
3. Treasury bonds
- ..
2, 790, 638, 650. 00 2, 763, 735, 550. 00
Total bonds_ ____________
_

_ _____ 13, 020, 817, 510. 00 15, 220, 394, 590. 00

2. Treasury notes___________ _ _____________
3. Certificates of indebtedness— Tax__________
4. War-savings securities s___________________

2, 900, 000, 550. 00
1, 252, 408, 000. 00
144, 469, 036. 45

2, 019, 194, 550. 00
702, 095, 500. 00
309, 259, 325. 95

Total interest-bearing debt__________ 17, 317, 695, 096. 45 IS, 250, 943, 965. 95
B. Matured debt on which interest has ceased:
1. Pre-war loans _ ____
_
___ ____ __
_ ______________
2 . War loans__ _ _

D a infisc l y a
ecre se
a er
12
98

O tstan in d t
u
d g eb
J n 30,1916
ue

i $1, 582, 720. 00
2, 228, 062, 900. 00
' 26, 903, 100. 00

$967, 172, 590. 00

2, 199, 577, 080. 00

967, 172, 590. 00

806, 0 0 0 . 0 0
312, 500. 00
164, 790, 289. 50

4, 390, 000. 00

933, 248, 869. 50

971, 562, 590. 00

1 880,
1 550,

2 , 023, 210. 26
43, 308, 450. 00

2 , 1 1 1 , 260. 26
12, 595, 975. 00

8 8 , 050. 00
i 30, 712, 475. 00

1,

473, 100. 26

Total matured debt on which interest
has ceased .
_ _ ____

45, 331, 660. 26

14, 707, 235. 26

i 30, 624, 425. 00

1,

473, 100. 26

_ _ _ ____

241, 263, 806. 22

244, 523, 064, 89

3, 259, 258. 67

252, 109, 877. 27

D. Total gross debt3 *
_________________ 17, 604, 290, 562. 93 18, 510, 174, 266. 10
E. Plus matured interest obligations, etc.4_____ ____
123, 505, 274. 98
144, 712, 313. 03

905, 883, 703. 17
2 1 , 207, 038. 05

1, 225, 145, 567. 53
17, 061, 950. 25

927, 090, 741. 22

1,

C. Debt bearing no interest_

F. Total gross debt plus matured interest obliga­
tions, etc______________ ______________________ 17, 727, 795, 837. 91 18, 654, 8 8 6 , 579. 13
G. Less offsets to debt: 6
Cash balance held by Treasurer of the United
States $s per daily Treasury statements of }
June 30___ ______ _______________ _________ i 265, 526, 980. 79
234, 057, 409. 85
i
H. Net debt, including matured interest obligations, i
etc.5___________________________ ___ _______ |17, 462, 268, 857. 12 18, 420, 829, 169. 28

1 31,

469, 570. 94

958, 560, 312. 16

242, 207, 517. 78

236, 879, 590. 90
1, 005, 327, 926.

88

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m n
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ry a
v gs
tes
e rie f 9 9 9 0 d 9 1 re n a
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em tio lu
m ts ed d ou ts tstan in of T
d g reasu sav gs certifica s, issu o D 15,1921, s rie of 1 2 a d 1 2 , an issu o S t. 3 , 1 2 , se s o 1 2
ry in
te
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BUDGET STATEMENTS

a95

B u d g e t S t a t e m e n t N o . 24

PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES

Detail statement of outstanding debt ai close of business June 30, 1928, compared with June 80, 1927, and June 30, 1916

D
escrip o lo n
tion f a

A. Interest-bearing debt:
1 . Bonds—
1 . Pre-war—
2 per cent consols of 1930._____
4 per cent loan of 1925______
2 per cent Panamas of 1916-1936_
2 per cent Panamas of 1918-1938_
3 per cent Panamas of 1961___
3 per cent conversion bonds of
1946-47___________
per cent postal savings
bonds (1 st to 2 2 d series)____
per cent postal savings
bonds (1st to 32d series)____
per cent postal savings
bonds (1st to 34th series)___
3 per cent loan of 1908-1918_
_

O tstan in d t
u
d g eb

In
terest
ra
te
(p r
e
ce t)
n

J n 3, 12
u e 0 98

2

$599, 724, 050. 00

$599, 724, 050. 00

3

48, 954, 180. 00
25, 947, 400. 00
49, 800, 000. 00

48, 954, 180. 00
25, 947, 400. 00
49, 800, 000. 00

3

28, 894, 500. 00

28, 894, 500. 00

2
2

War (Liberty loan bonds) First Liberty loan—
P^r cent bonds of 19321947_____
Converted 4 per cent bonds
of 1932-1947.
Converted 434 P^r c©
nt
bonds of 1932-1947_____
Second converted 4}4, per
cent bonds of 1932-1947__

13, 229, 660. 00

2J-S

Total war bonds________
3. Treasury bonds—
Bonds of 1947-1952................
Bonds of 1944-1954___________
Bonds of 1946-1956___ _______
Bonds of 1943-1947____ ______
Total bonds_____ ________
i increase.




550.
900.
980.
000.
000.

00
00
00
00
00

245, 100. 00

$13, 229, 660. 00
1 14,

14, 812, 380. 00

m

259,
489,
456,
875,
000,

5, 900, 600. 00
8,

812, 380. 00
63," 945, 460.”00

3

766, 549, 790. 00

768, 132, 510. 00

1 1,

582, 720* 00

967, 172, 590. 00

•
3l i ! 1, 397,
4

686,

200. 00

800.

1, 397, 687, 000. 00

00

5, 155, 650. 00

5, 155, 700. 00

50. 00

532, 820, 150. 00

532, 823, 350. 00

3, 200. 00

3, 492, 150. 00

3, 492, 150. 00

1, 939, 154, 150. 00

1, 939, 158, 200. 00

4H

4

4, 050. 00

18, 323, 300. 00

18, 323, 300. 00

1, 288, 056, 450. 00

4M 1, 228, 848, 600. 00
294, 043, 600. 00

288, 056, 450. 00

1,

306, 379, 750. 00

2, 147, 664, 850. 00 !
296, 906, 450. 00

2, 862, 850. 00
2, 228, 062, 900. 00

4Ji
762, 320,
4
1, 042, 401,
491, 212,
3M
3%
494, 704,

300.
500.
100.
750.

00
00
00
00

6,

918, 816, 250. 00

9, 462, 046, 350. 00 11, 690, 109, 250. 00

m

6,

1,

1, 306, 379, 750. 00

Total, second Liberty
loan______ ____
^ ^
Third Liberty loan—
4M P^ cent bonds of 1928„_
Fourth Liberty loan—
4J4 per cent bonds of 19331938___________________

*

2^

Total,
first
Liberty
loan____________
Second Liberty loan—
4 per cent bonds of 19271942___________________
Converted 434 per cent
bonds of 1927-1942_____

O tstan in d t J n
u
d g eb u e
3 , 11
0 96

$636,
118,
54,
29,
50,

4

Total pre-war bonds
2.

D crea in fisc l y r
e se
a ea
12
98

J n 3 , 12
u e 0 97

j

762,
1, 042,
491,
467,

320,
401,
212,
801,

300.
500.
100.
650.

00
00
00
00

13, 020, 817, 510. 00 15, 220, 394, 590. 00

1 26,

903, 100. 00

2, 199, 577, 080. 00

967,172, 590. 00

t h e b u d g e t , 1930

a96

PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES--- con tin u ed

N o . 24 .—DetaiH statement of outstanding debt at close of business June 80, 1928, compared urith June 80, 1927, and
June 30, 1916— Continued

D
escrip o lo n
tion f a

A. Interest-bearing debt— Continued.
2 . Notes—
Treasury notes—
One-vear Treasury notes, act of
Dec. 23, 1913 __ ___ _____
Series A 1927
A 1930-1932 ____ . . .
B 1930-l932_ _____ . .
C 1930-1932.
___
Adjusted service—
Series A 1930
__ ___ __
A 1931_________________
B 1931
A 1932- _
___ . . .
A 1933_ _____ . . .
_
Civil Service retirement fund—
Series 1 9 3 1 .________ _____ ____
1932
1933................. ........... . .
Foreign Service retirement fund—
Series 1933,
________ ___

In
terest
ra
te
(p
er
cen
t)

3

607, 399, 650. 00 1___

4
4
4
4
4

31, 500, 000.
53, 500, 000.
70, 000, 000.
123, 400, 000.
123, 400, 000.

4
4
4

Total war savings securitiesTotal interest-bearing debt
outstanding_____________

00
00
00
00
00

152,

O tstan in d J n
u
d g ebt u e
3 , 11
0 96

;

000. 00

2, 019, 194, 550. 00 ! i 880, 806,

!
4
3H
3H

i 14, 800, 000. 00
i 152, 000. 00

16, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
229, 269, 500. 00
150, 618, 000. 00
306, 208, 000. 00
261,
201,
216,
360,
211,

18, 500, 000. 00

00
00
00
00

31, 200, 000. 00
14, 400, 000. 00

4

m

..

$4, 390, 000. 00

i 123, 400, 000. 00

2, 900, 000, 550. 00

3H

_ _____
_

50, 000, 000.
53, 500, 000.
70, 000, 000.
123, 400, 000.

31, 200, 000. 00
14, 400, 000. 00
14, 800. 000. 00

4

$355, 779, 900. 00
105, 761, 450. 00
i 615, 095, 700. 00
i 607, 399, 650. 00

$355, 779, 900. 00
1, 320, 914, 650. 00

3H $1, 215, 153, 200. 00
615, 095, 700. 00
m

761, 000. 00
544, 500. 00
371, 500. 00
947, 000. 00
784, 000. 00

000. 00

4, 390, 000. 00

16, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
229, 269, 500. 00
150, 618, 000. 00
306, 208, 000. 00
, * 261, 761, 000. 00
S i 201, 544, 500. 00
1 216, 371, 500. 00
i 360, 947, 000. 00
1 211, 784, 000. 00

702, 095, 500. 00 1

1, 252, 408, 000. 00

Total tax certificates
4. War savings securities2
—
1 . Treasury savings certificates, se­
ries 1922, issue of Dec. 15,1921 _
2. Treasury savings certificates, se­
ries 1922, issue of Sept. 30,1922
3. Treasury savings certificates, se­
ries 1923, issue of Sept. 30,1922
4. Treasury savings certificates, se­
ries 1923, issue of Dec. 1 ,1923_
5. Treasury savings certificates, se­
ries 1924, issue of Dec. 1 , 1923.

D
ecrea infisc l y r
se
a ea
12
98

J n 3, 12
u e 0 97

J n 30, 1 2
ue
98

i
i

Total Treasury notes
3. Certificates of indebtedness—
Tax—
Adj usted service series _
Series TS 1927 . . . __
TS-2 1927
___ __
TM 1928
_ ...
TD-1928
TD 2-1928
TD 3-1928
TM-1929
............
TM 2-1929 _____

i

O tstan in d t
u
d g eb

1 550,

312, 500. 00

i
4J4

50, 878, 051. 85

50, 878, 051. 85

4

14, 385, 784. 50

14, 385, 784. 50

4

27, 431, 326. 85

127, 388, 258. 75

99, 956, 931. 90

*4^

23, 302, 602. 90

23,196, 942. 50

i 105, 660. 40

*4 H

93, 735,106. 70

93, 410, 288. 35

* 324, 818. 35

144, 469, 036. 45

309, 259, 325. 95

164,790,289.50

17,317,695,096.45 18, 250, 943, 965. 95

933, 248, 869. 50

971, 562, 590. 00

*In se.
crea
*A ounts issu of T
m
ed
reasu (w savin certifica of th se s of 1 1 , 192 , an 1 2 a on b sis of rep rts of sa tak at issu p
ry ar)
gs
tes
e rie
9 9 0 d 9 1 re
a
o
les, en
e rice; am n retireda o b sis of
ou ts
re n a
red p valu A ounts issu an am n ou
em tion
e. m
ed d ou ts tstan in of T
d g reasu sav gs certifica s, issu of D 15,1921. se s of 1 2 an 1 2 , an issu of Sept. 30, 1 2 , se s of 1 2
ry in
te
e
ec.
rie
91 d 9 2 d e
9 2 rie
92
an 1 2 , a o b sis of n red p
d 9 3 re n a
et em tion valu partly estim , an fo tbe issu of D 15,1921, in d receip fromsa s o T
e,
ated d r
e
ec.
clu e
ts
le f reasu savin stam s.
ry
gs
p
*A
verage rate.




BTJDGET STATEMENTS
p u b l ic

debt

op the

u n it e d

a97

states—

co n tin u e d

N o . 24 .—Detail statement oj outstanding debt at close oj business June 30, 1928, compared with June 30, 1927, and
June 80, 1916— Continued

D
escrip o lo n
tion f a

B. Matured debt on which interest has ceased
(payable on presentation):
1 . Old debt matured at various dates
prior to Apr. 1 , 1917_____________
2 . Certificates of indebtedness, at vari­
ous interest rates, matured----------3. 4 per cent Second Liberty Loan of
1927-42_________________________
4. 4J^ per cent Second Liberty Loan of
1927-42__________________________
5. 3M per cent Victory notes of 1922-23.
6 . 4^2
cent Victory notes of 1922-23.
7. Treasury notes at various interest
rates, matured___________________
8 . Treasury savings certificates________

In
terest
ra
te
(p
er
cen
t)

O tstan in d
u
d g ebt
J n 3 , 12
u e 0 97

J n 3, 12
u e 0 08

$2, 023, 210. 26
3, 162, 700. 00

B,
2

111,

D
ecrea infisc l y r
se
a ea
12
98

O tstan in d t J n
u
d g eb u e
3, 11
0 90

$8 8 , 050. 00

1, 473, 100. 26

260. 26

1, 554, 500. 00

i 1 , 608,

2, 475, 900. 00

1

30, 271, 600. 00
22, 350. 00
2, 198, 050. 00

28, 250. 00
3, 151, 550. 00

2, 030, 900. 00
3, 146, 950. 00

7, 804, 800. 00
56, 875. 00

Total matured debt outstanding
on which interest has ceased

45, 331, 660. 26

14, 707, 235. 26

C. Debt bearing no interest (payable on pres­
entation) :
1. Obligations required to be reissued
when redeemed—
(Tnited States notes_______________
Less gold reserve__________________

346, 681, 016. 00
156, 039, 088. 03

346, 681, 016. 00
155, 420, 720. 98

190, 641, 927. 97

2, 475, 900. 00

191, 260, 295. 02

2.

Excess of notes over reserve_____
Obligations that will be retired on
presentation—
Old demand notes________________
National-bank notes and Federal re­
serve bank notes assumed by the
United States on deposit of lawful
money for their retirement______
Fractional currency_______________
Thrift and Treasury savings stamps,
unclassified sales, etc-----------------Total debt bearing no interest
outstanding_______________

D. Total gross debt :
E. Plus matured interest obligations, etc.:
1. Matured interest obligations out­
standing_________________________
2 . Discount accrued (partly estimated)
on war savings securities, matured
series *___________________________
3. Treasury warrants and checks out­
standing_________________________
Disbursing officers’ checks outstand­
ing---------------------------------------------Total matured interest obliga­
tions, etc--------------------------Total gross debt, plus matured interest
obligations, etc________________________
G. Less offsets to debt: 4
Cash balance held by Treasurer of the
United States as per daily Treasury
statements of June 30_______________
H. Net debt, including matured interest obli­
gations, etc.4----------------------------------------

53,

012.

200 . 00

» 30, 271, 600. 00
5, 900. 00
953, 500. 00
1

1

5, 773, 900. 00
3, 090, 075. 00

30, 624, 425. 00

1, 473,

100.

26

618, 367. 05

346, 681, 016. 00
152, 979, 025. 63

618, 367. 05

1

193, 701, 990. 37

50

53, 012. 50

45, 039, 852. 00
1, 992, 474. 04

47, 605, 174. 50
1, 993, 383. 72

2, 565, 322. 50
909. 6 8

3, 536, 539. 71

3, 611, 199. 15

74, 659. 44

241, 263, 806. 22

244, 523, 064. 89

3, 259, 258. 67

252, 109, 877. 27

17, 604, 290, 562. 93 18, 510,174, 266. 10

905, 883, 703. 17

1, 225,145, 567. 53

37, 310, 065. 54
6,

45, 518, 122. 21

471, 855. 00

7, 812, 410. 00

1, 704, 346. 79

1, 475, 424. 09

78, 019, 007. 65
123, 505, 274. 98

17, 462, 268, 857.

12

8,

208, 056. 67

51, 506, 237. 50
6 , 848, 496. 90

909, 616. 85

1, 340, 555. 00
922. 70

2, 309, 205. 14

89, 906, 356. 73

11, 887, 349. 08

13, 843,128. 26

144, 712, 313. 03

21, 207, 038. 05

17, 061, 950. 25

927, 090, 741. 22

1, 242, 207, 517. 78

.17, 727, 795, 837. 91 18, 654,

265, 526, 980. 79

53, 152. 50

886,

579. 13

234, 057, 409. 85
18, 420, 829, 169. 28

1 228,

1 31,

469, 570. 94

958, 560, 312. 16

236, 879, 590. 90
1, 005, 327, 926.

88

1In se.
crea
*The total g ss debt Jan 30,1927, on th b sis of daily T
ro
e
e a
reasu statem ts w $18,511,906,931.85an tn n am n o pu d red p s an receip in tran etc.,
ry
en as
d e et ou t f blic ebt em tion d
ts
sit,
w $1,732,665.75.
as
*A edd
ccru iscou t calcu
n
lated o b sis of exact a al at rate of 4 p cen p an u com ou d qu
n a
ccru
er t er n m p n ed arterly, w d e allo a cefo ca red p s to d
ith u
w n r sh em tion
ate.
*No d u
ed ctionis m on accou t of ob
ade
n
ligation of fo ngovern en o oth in
s
reig
m ts r er vestm ts.
en




a98

THE BUDGET, 1930

B u d g et S ta te m e n t N o . 25

Securities owned by the United States Government, June 30, 1928
J n 3 , 12
u e 0 97
Bonds of foreign governments, funded debts---------- -------------------Obligations of foreign governments, cash advances less repayments
of principal (acts Apr. 24 and Sept. 24, 1917)_______________
Foreign obligations, sale of surplus war supplies----- ----------------- Foreign obligations, American Relief Administration, ---------------Foreign obligations, U. S. Grain Corporation_______ _____ _______
Capital stock, U. S. Emergency Fleet Corporation, net__________J
Capital stock, Hoboken Manufacturers Railroad Co-------------------Capital stock, U. S. Housing Corporation, net__________________
Capital stock, U. S. Spruce Production Corporation______________
Equipment trust 6 per cent gold notes, act Mar. 21, 1918, M. &
St. L. R. R. Co
__ ___ _______________ ____ .___ ___
Obligations of carriers, sec. 207, act Feb. 28, 1920 ------— --------Obligations of carriers, sec. 2 1 0 , act Feb. 28, 1920_ _____________
Capital stock, Panama Railroad Co_ ____ — _____ _______ —
_
Capital stock, Inland Waterways Corporation _______ _________
Capital stock, Federal land banks,
_______________ ________
Capital stock, Federal intermediate credit banks____ __________ __
Securities, sale of surplus war supplies, War Department_________
Securities, sale of surplus war supplies, Navy Department________ ,
Securities, sale of ships, Shipping Board____________________ —
T'otal._ ___________________ . . . ________ ________________

J n 3 f12
u e 0 98

D
ecrea
se

$6 , 818, 154, 785. 43

$7, 198, 879, 927. 93

23, 561,172, 481. 08
2 483, 438, 940. 16
218, 921, 966. 41
230, 860, 452. 51
15, 769, 078. 12
400, 000. 00
32, 642, 324. 8 8
99, 993. 00

2 3, 202,
2 453,

264, 448.
620, 178.
218, 921, 966.
2 30, 860, 452.
24, 314, 496.

20
78
41
51
62

30~683,~508.~89"
99, 993. 00

725, 142. 50

358, 908, 032. 8 8
29, 818, 761. 38
f-----------400, 000. 00
1,958, 815. 99

00
00
38
00
00
00
00
91
28
99

a '555'566.“56
286, 308. 00

11, 288, 039, 038. 95

11, 108, 951, 205. 90

179, 087, 833. 05

1, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
61, 156, 513. 77
3, 455, 555. 89

1, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
64, 969, 454. 54
3, 440, 417. 44

3, 812, 940. 77
15, 138. 45

268, 800.
83, 834, 391.
146, 380, 885.
7, 000, 000.
4, 000, 000.
842, 008.
25, 000, 000.
2 , 860, 715.
6 , 388, 842.
50, 003, 375.

00

00
05
00
00
00
00
35
08
88

235, 200.
112, 300.
261, 448.
000, 000.
000, 000.
555> 700.
25, 000, 000.
1, 194, 960.
6 , 266, 889.
29, 679, 734.

1 $380,

5,
69,
7,
5,

33, 600. 00
78, 722, 091. 00
77, 119, 436. 67

1, 665, 754. 44
121, 952. 80
20, 323, 640. 89

MMRNU
E OA DM
Capital stock, War Finance Corporation____________ ___________
Offset by cash deposited in Treasury to credit of corporation._
Amount due United States, Pacific Railroad aid bonds___________




In a
cre se

rA ed a d u p in
ccru n n aid terest n t in d .
o clu ed

BUDGET STATEMENTS

A99

C U M U L A T IV E S I N K I N G F U N D S T A T E M E N T S R E P O R T E D B Y T H E S E C R E T A R Y O F T H E T R E A S U R Y
B u d g e t S ta te m e n t N o. 26

Cumulative sinking fund account, fiscal year 1928
D
ebits

C its
red

A ount
m

C. Expenditures on account of principal:
Net cash expenditures.______________
D. Balance at end of year June 30, 1928. _ __

$355, 080, 563. 11
838. 07

A oun
m t

A. Balance at beginning of year July 1, 1927___
B. Sinking fund appropriations:
1 . 2 )4 per cent of aggregate amount of
Liberty bonds and Victory notes out­
standing on July 1, 1920, less par
amount of obligations of foreign gov­
ernments purchased under the several
Liberty loan acts and held by the
United States on July 1, 1920 (sec. 6 ,
Victory Liberty, loan act of Mar. 3,
1919)___________
____________
2. Interest (par. (a), sec. 6 , act approved
Mar. 3, 1919, as amended by act ap­
proved Mar. 2, 1923)—
(1 ) One year’s interest on bonds and
notes purchased or redeemed
prior to July 1, 1927__
____
(2) Interest on bonds and notes pur­
chased or redeemed during fiscal
year 1928______________________
Total debits__________________

$83. 80

253, 404, 864. 87

93, 083, 122. 27
8 , 593, 330. 24
355, 081, 401. 18

_
_

355, 081, 401. 18

C. Expenditures on account of principal (esti­
mated) :
Net cash expenditures.______ _______

$370,153, 407. 56

Total credits___________________

370,153, 407. 56

Total credits..

____ ; ______
_

B u d g e t S ta te m e n t N o . 27

Cumulative sinking fund account, estimated for fiscal year 1929
N. Balance at beginning of year July 1, 1928.
$838. 07
B. Sinking fund appropriations:
1 . 2 H per cent of aggregate amount of
Liberty bonds and Victory notes out­
standing on July 1, 1920, less par
amount of obligations of foreign gov­
ernments purchased under the several
Liberty loan acts and held by the
United States on July 1, 1920 (sec. 6 ,
Victory Liberty loan act of Mar. 3,
1919)______________________________ 253, 404, 864. 87
2 . Interest (par. (a), sec. 6 , act approved
Mar. 3, 1919, as amended by act ap­
proved Mar. 2, 1923)—
(1) One year’s interest on bonds
and notes purchased or re­
deemed prior to July 1 , 1928
(estimated)________________ 108, 207, 990. 27
(2) Interest on bonds and notes
purchased or redeemed dur­
ing fiscal year 1929 (esti­
mated) ____________________
8 , 539, 714 35
Total debits_____________ . 370,153,407.56

B u d g e t S ta te m e n t N o . 28

Cumulative sinking fund account, estimates for fiscal year 1980
A. Sinking fund appropriations:
1 . 2 }4 per cent of aggregate amount of
Liberty bonds and Victory notes out­
standing on July 1, 1920, Jess par
amount of obligations of foreign gov­
ernments purchased under the several
Liberty loan acts and held by the
United States on July 1 , 1920 (sec. 6 ,
Victory Liberty loan act of Mar. 3,
1919)______________________________ $253, 404, 864. 87
2 . Interest (par. (a), sec. 6 , act approved
Mar. 3, 1919, as amended by act ap­
proved Mar. 2, 1923)—
(1 ) One year’s interest on bonds
and notes purchased or re­
deemed prior to July 1, 1929
(estimated)________________ 123, 918, 213. 02
(2) Interest on bonds and notes
purchased or redeemed dur­
ing fiscal year 1930 (esti­
2, 201, 051. 13
mated)____________________
Total debits______________ 379, 524,129. 02



B. Expenditures on account of principal (esti­
mated) :
Net cash expenditures_____________ $379, 524,129.

Total credits______________________

02

379,524,129.02

A1 0 0

THE BUDGET, 1930

B u d g e t S t a te m e n t N o. 29

Proposed public-debt issues and redemptions and purchases, jiscal year 1930, compared with prior years
[O b sis o d T
n a f aily reasu sta en
ry tem ts]
F l y r13
isca ea 9 0
E P N IT R S
XED UE
C
ertifica of in eb n
tes
d ted ess....................................................
V
ictory n tes........ ................. ............................... ...........
o
S n L
eco d iberty loan4)i p r cen bon
e
t ds.....................................
Third L
iberty loan4 £p r cen bon
> e
t ds........ ............................. .
T
reasu n tes an b d an o er L
ry o
d on s d th iberty bonds........ ............
T
reasu n tes an certifica s, ad stedserv series____ _____
ry o
d
te ju
ice
T
reasu (W savin secu
ry ar)
gs
rities........................................ ...
R
etirem ts o F eral re e ban n tes an n
en f ed
serv
k o
d ation an n
al-b k otes..
L of 1 2 ............................................*..........................
oan 9 5
O d t item
ld eb
s........................................... .........................
T p b *d t ex en itu
otal u lio eb p d res............................. ...... .............
D ct:
edu
D exp d res ch rg b a a st ord ary receip (a ab
ebt en itu
a ea le g in
in
ts s ove)—
S k g fund..................................................................... .
in in
R em tion of L
ed p
iberty b d etc., fromcashrep en of p ­
on s,
aym ts
rin
cip l by fo ig govern en
a
re n
m ts...............................................
R
eceived fromfo ig govern en u d debt settlem ts..........
re n
m ts n er
en
R
etirem ts fro F era re e b k an F eral in ed
en
m ed l serv an d ed
term iate
cred ban fra ch
it k n ise-ta receip
x
ts.................................... ....
R
eceived fromesta taxes................................... .................
te
R
etirem ts fro g fo
en
m ifts, rfeitu etc....................................
res,

F l yea 1 2
isca r 9 9

F l yea 1 2
isca r 9 8

$1,000,000,000.00
500,000.00
5,000,000.00
25.000.000.00
555,000,000.00
21.500.000.00
15.000.000.00
20.000.000.00

$1,252,000,000.00
500,000.00
25.000.000.00
1,200,000,000.00
175.000.000.00
20.600.000.00
125.000.000.00
20,000,000.00

500,000.00

500,000.00

$687,346,00a00
963,750.00
918.816.250.00
1,275,351,950.00
474.735.750.00
34,500,000.00
178,828,376.70
2 , 686, 9 0 00
7
2.
81,200.00
626,126.73

1,642,500,000.00

2,818,600,000.00

3,598,936,323.43

$379,524,100.00

$370,182,050.00

$354,741,300.00

10,783,500.00
160,185,000.00

10,219,300.00
160,995,000.00

19,068,000.00
162,736,050.00

2,375,000.00

875.000.00

618,367.05
1,500.00

200.000.00

200,000.00
553,067,600.00

2,276,128,650.00

3,058,681,303.13

500,000.00
25,000,000.00
1,003,356,218.00

10,000,000.00
25,000,000.00
2,172,668,887.06

17,052,125. 5
1
25,121,597.50
2.649.148.870.00

1,028,856,218.00

2,207,668,887.06

2.691.322.593.01

60,576,182.00

‘ 68,459,762.94

*367,358,710.12

1,089,432,400.00

T p blic-d receip .............................. ........................
otal u
ebt
ts.
E
xcess of p blic-d retirem ts over th retirem ts ch rg b a a st
u
ebt
en
e
en
a ea le g in
ord ary receip d e to in icated su lu in ord ary receip a d
in
ts u
d
rp s
in
ts, n
d c a in g n ra fu d b ce......................................................
e re se e e l n alan

540,255,020.30

1,089,432,400.00
R C IP S
EE T
T
reasu sav gs secu
ry in
rities. _........ ............... ............ ......................
D osits to re F eral reserv ban n tes an n
ep
tire ed
e k o
d ation an notes...... .
al-b k
N issu s of secu
ew e
rities, in d g T
clu in reasu bon s, n
ry d otes, an certificates..
d

542,471,350.00

2,276,128,650.00

3,058,681,303.13

i E atedsu lu $ 6
stim
rp s 3 ,990,192. In d $31,469,570.94 ca dover from1 2 a a in re se inth g era fu d b n
clu es
rrie
98 s n c a
e en l n ala ce.
1 S rp s, $398,8 8 8 .0 . D
u lu
2 ,2 1 6 ifferen of $31,469,570.94ca d over a a in re se inth g n ra fun b la ce.
ce
rrie
s n c a
e ee l d a n
Note.— e ex en itu o acco n of T
Th p d res n
ut
reasu certifica of in eb n an th receip on a u t of n issu s o secu
ry
tes
d ted ess d e
ts
cco n
ew e f
rities, a sh n in th statem t, d n
s ow
is
en o ot
in d T
clu e reasu ce
ry rtifica s w icha issu an retired w in tbe sam fisc l yea
te h
re ed d
ith
e a r.




BUDGET STATEMENTS
B u d g e t St a t e m e n t N

o.

A lO l
30

Statement summarizing and comparing by classification services and grades for the fiscal years 1930, 1929, and 1928, the
average number of employees, the average salary rates, and the total salaries of the personnel of the executive departments
and independent establishments in the District of Columbia, classified under the act of March J 1923, as amended
h
E atedex en itu 1 3
stim
p d res, 9 0
C ssifica nse icean g d by d artm t o estab m t A
la
tio rv
d ra e
ep
en r
lish en
verage
nm
u ber
o em
f ­
p
loyees
P fessio a a dscien serv
ro
nl n
tific ice:
O e 9 ine c ss of $
rad , x e
9,000—
B
oardof Tax A
ppeals................
In
terstate C m C m
om erce om ission.
U. S. S ip in B
h p g oard.................
D artm t o th In
ep
en f e terior..........
D artm t o J stice..... ..........
ep
en f u
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent_________

Total.
G e 7, $ ,5 0to $ ,500; a era e, $7 0 —
rad
60
7
v g ,0 0
C S rv C m
ivil e ice om ission
......... *____
F d ra B
e e l oardof V
ocation E
al ducation..
Fd l Pw C m
e era o er om ission................
F d l T eC m
e era rad om ission
........ ........
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice..................
In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission
........
S ith n n Institution.....................
m so ia
T
ariff C m
om ission
.............*..............
U S S ip in Board.-....................
. . h p g
U S. V
.
eteran B reau
s’ u .......................
D artm t of A
ep
en
gricu re..................
ltu
D artm t of C m
ep
en
om erce...................
D artm t of th In
ep
en
e terior..................
D artm t of L
ep
en
abor.........................
Navy D
epartm
ent... .........................
S D
tate epartm t.............................
en
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent........................
D
istrict of Colum
bia.. .......................
Total..
G
rade6 $ ,6 0to $6,400; avera e, $6,000—
»60
g
B
oardof Tax A
ppeals.....................................
C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission................................
Ep y
m lo ees* C p sation C m
om en
om ission..............
F era B
ed l oardfo V
r ocation E cation
al du
.............
F era P er C m
ed l ow om ission-.............................
F d l T eC m
e era rad om ission..............................
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice................................
In
terstate C m
om erce Commission.....................
N
ation A
al dvisory C m
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics___
S ith ian Institution...................................
m son
T
ariff C m
om ission
_____ ______ ___________
U. S. S ip in Board...................................... .
h p g
U. S. V n B
etera s* ureau.................................... .
D
epartm t of A
en
gricu re............................... .
ltu
D
epartm t of C m
en
om erce.... .............. ........ ....
D
epartm t of th In
en
e terior...................-.......... .
D
epartm t ofJu
en
stice......................................




T
otal
sa rie
la s

A
verage
n m er
u b
o em
f ­
p y
lo ees

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

!

$10,000

$160,000

1
6

$10,000

$
160,000 i

2
1
1
2
2

10,000
10,000
10,000

20,000
10,000
10,000

2
1
1
2
2

10,000
10,000
10,000

20,000
10,000
10,000

12,500

25,000

10,000

2
4

13,500

27,000

10,000

20,000

10,292

247,000

8,500
9,000
8,500
9,000
9,000
9,000
9,000
8,267
9,000
9,000
8,857

2
1
2

8,500

8

8,130

8,500
9,000
17,000
9,000
9,000
9,000
1 ,000
8
1
24,000
54,000
18,000
123,998
16,000
8,500
1
6,000
65,000

5
9

8,559

504,998

1

1
4
3
4
2
1
2
2
1
1
2

6,500
7,000
7,000
6,667
7,000
7,250
6,500
7,000
7,500
7,000
6,703
6,678
7,333
6.625
7,000
6,916
6,690
6,792

67,700
93,495
22,000
26,500
14,000
82,992
140,496
81,500

11L
1

6,849

1
6
1
1
6
1
2
5
3
5
1
1
3
3
2
2
3
137.7
78.4
35.1
44

6,000
5,800
6,000
5,907
5,600
5,704
5,867
598
^1
6,200
6,000
5,933
5,800
6,000
5,754
5,930
5
*776
5,691

1
1
2
1
1
1

1
5
6
2

1
4

3
2

3
4
12

3
1

1
3
10.1

8,000
8,000

2
4

10,208

245,000

23.7

10,095

240,270

8,500
9,000
8,500
9,000
9,000
9,000
9,000
8,270
9,000
9,000
8,857

1
1

7,000
7,354
7,500

7,000
7,354
10,500

7,500
7,500
7,440
7,105
7,500
7,500
7,475
6,225
6,500
5,905

7,500
7,500
15,624
94,500
45,000
15,000
95,681
12,450
6,500
8,267

7,219

332,867

8,517

502,498

1
2

6,500
7,000
7,500
6,667
6,750
7,375
6,500
7,000
7,500
6,666
6,714
6,678
7,333
6,625
7,000
7,000
6,690
6,792

26,500
1
4,000
56,000
1
40,496
81,500

760,184

10L5

6,792

96,000
5,800
6,000
35,800
5,600
142,600
17,600
3 1 *14
0,
6,200
18,000
17,800
11,600
138,000
795,147
464,944
202,752
250,404

1
5
1
1.3
6
2
7
1
5
5
.5
3
3
1
22
131.8
7&»
317
41

6,500

1

21,000

3

14,000

1

20,001

3
4

28,000
87,000
19,500
7,000
7,500
21,000

8

2.9
1
1

3
9.6
1
4
3
4
2
8
21

$160,000
19,000
25,000
18,270

58.7

1.9
1
4

10,000
10,000
10,000

12,500
9,135

8,130

6

$10,000

T
otal
sa rie
la s

20,000

2
1
2
8

14.8

1
6
1.9

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

1
0.8
2
2

8,500
9,000
17,000
9,000
9,000
9,000
1
8,000
122 0
,4 0
54,000
17,100
1 3,998
2
16,000
8,500
16,000
65,000

1
1
2
1
1
1
2

E en ed an o ligated 1 2
xp d
d b
, 98

,A
verage
1 n m er
u b
o em
f ­
p y
lo ees

1
6

Total..
G e 8, $ ,0 0to $ ,000; a erage, $ ,5 0
rad
80
9
v
8 0—
E p
m loyees’ C p sation C m
om en
om ission........ .
Fd lB
e era oardof V
ocation E
al ducation*.........
F d ra T e Com ission.........................
e e l rad
m
G n ra A n g O
e e l ccou tin ffice.......... ..............
N
ation A
al dvisory C m
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics.
S ith n Institution.... ........... ....... ......
m so ian
U, S V
. eteran B reau
s’ u _____ _________ _
_
D artm t o A
ep
en f gricu re........................
ltu
D artm t o C m
ep
en f om erce__________ _____
D artm t o th In
ep
en f e terior...........................
D artm t of J stice................. ...............
ep
en
u
D artm t o L
ep
en f abor........ „...... ...... ...........
P st O e D
o ffic epartm
ent..............................
S D
tate epartm
ent......................................
D
istrict of C
olum
bia..................... ............

A
verage
sa
lary
ra
te

E ated ex en itu 1 2
stim
p d res, 9 9

8,000

8,500
8,000

1.4
1
1
2.1

13.3
6
2

1L
28
2
1

1.4
4
6

10,000
8,000

6,500

1

6,000

6,000

21,000

3

6,500
7,500
6,006

19,500
7,500
18,018

5,908
5,400

57,902
5,400

7,500

1

20,001

3

27,000
59,000
18,850
7,000
7,500
19,998
64,450
93,495

9.8
1
1
1
2.2

6,000

6,000

7,500
13,083
54,083
4 ;2 7
2 1
20,500
22,260

1

7,500
5,947
6,146
6,208
6,833
5,565
5,600
5,394
6,750
7,500

692,790

58.5

6,013

354,776

5,870
5,800
6,000
5,967

88,054
5,800
7,800
35,800

12.1
1

5,372
5,200

64,613
5,200

6

5,506

27,528

5,711
5,600
5,880
6,200
6,000
5,866
5,600
6,000
5,782
5,915
5,777
5,698

1
54,197
5,600
323,401
3,100
18,000
17,600
5,600
1 2 000
3;
762,109
448,928
194,673
233,618

26.1
1
52.5
1

5,238
7,000
5,514
5,800

136,712
7,000
289,475
5,800

3
1
22.6

5,384
520
^0
5,500
5,369
5,464
5,358
5,202

16,1 1
5

22,000

as
6.8

3
4
2

7.9
2

122.8

69.6
313
3 2
fiv

11,200

42,613
13,500
7,500

5,200
124,300
659,350
380,329
177,894
201,008

t h e b u d g e t , 1930

a102

N o. 30 .—Statement summarizing and comparing by classification services and grades jor the fiscal years 1980, 1929, and
1928, the average number of employees, the average salary rates, and the total salaries of the personnel of the executive

departments and independent establishments in the District of Columbia, classified under the act of March 4,1928, as
amended— Continued
E ated ex en itu 1 3
stim
p d res, 9 0
verage
C
lassifica nserv an g d by d artm t o estab m t A
tio
ice d ra e
ep en r
lish en
verage
n m er A la
u b
ry
o em j sa te
f p
loyees j ra
P fessio a an scien serv
ro
nl d
tific
ice— on u
C tin ed.
O e 6t $
rad
5,600 to $6,400; average, $6,000— on u
C tin ed.
D
epartm t of L
en
abor..... ...............................
N D
avy epartm t.............. ......................... .
en
P O D
ost ffice epartm
ent------- ------- ._------ ---T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent_______ ____. ______
W D
ar epartm t___.._____ _____________
en
D
istrict of C
olum
bia_____________________
Total..
Q e 5 $ ,600 to$ ,200; a era e $4 0 —
rad , 4
5
v g ,9 0
B
oard o Tax Appeals.......... ..........—
f
B reauof E
u
fficien _______ ______
cy
C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission.-------------E ployees’ C p sation C m
m
om en
om ission.
F era B
ed l oard o V
f ocation E
al ducation..
F era P er C m
ed l ow om ission ...........
.....
F era T
ed l rade C m
om ission
-------------G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice..... ..........
In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission
........
S ith ian Institution.............. ......
m son
T
ariff C m
om ission
............... .............
U. S S ip in B ........................
. h p g oard
USV
. . eteran B reau
s' u ................ ......
D
epartm t of A
en
gricu re........... ......
ltu
D
epartm t of C m
en
om erce____ ____ _
D
epartm t o th In
en f e terior_________
D
epartm t of J stice............ ...... .....
en
u
D
epartm t of L
en
abor.........................
N
avy D
epartm t................... ........
en
P O D
ost ffice epartm
ent........ ........ ....
S D
tate epartm
ent..... ......................
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent.........................
W D
ar epartm t.................. ........... .
en
D
istrict of Columbia,.......................
Total..
G e4, $3,800 to$4,400; a era e, $4,100rad
v g
B
oard of M
ediation______ _______
B
oardof Tax A
ppeals.....................
B reauof E
u
fficien
cy........................
F d l P er C m
e era ow om ission
_______
F eral T
ed
rade C m
om ission
............. .
G eral A n g O
en
ccou tin ffice..... ..........
In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission
.....
S ith ian Institution...................
m son
T
ariff C m
om ission...................... .
S ip ih B
h p g oard....... ........... ..........
D
epartm t of A
en
gricu re___ ____
ltu
D
epartm of C m
ent
om erce_________
D
epartm t of th In
en
e terior..............
D
epartm of Justice..................
ent
D
epartm of L
ent
abor......... .............
Navy D
epartm t..... ....................
en
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent....... ............ .
W D
ar epartm t...........................
en
D
istrict of C
olum
bia______ _____ _




A
verage
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y
lo ees

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

E en ed an o liga , 1 2
xp d
d b ted 9 8
A
verage
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y
lo ees

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

Total
sa rie
la s

$5,600
5,747
5.800
5,804
5.800
5.800

513.2

5,8

7
4
6
2
1
8
7
2
4
1
1
12
1
2
2
2
7

4.900
4.900
4.700
4.700
4,811
4
,686
4,725
4,745
4,774
4 72
, 8
4,802

34,300
19.600
28,200
9.400
86.600
32,802
113,400
52,200
534,721
105,208
129,660

8
4
6
1.8
1
8
6
2
5
6
119.7
2
2
2
7

4,725
4,850
4,700
4,711
4.800
4,691
4,720
4,867
4.800
4,782
4,770

37,800
19.400
28,200
8,480
86.400
28,146
118,000
29,200
5
74,541
1
05,208
128,800

9
3
326.6
244.3
100.8
1
5
1
2
1
6
224
32
3
4

4,900
4,731
4,713
4,723
4,693
4,700
4,726
4,667
4,675
4,777
4,638
4,715

455,700
1,545,197
1,151,353
476,128
70,395
56,400
278,819
14,000
74,800
1,070,150
148,400
160,300

9
2
315.2
240.7
99.6
1
5
13.5
5
8
3
1
0
24
2
3
2
3
4

4,858
4,734
4,714
4,728
4,693
4,686
4,730
4,667
4,720
4,777
4,638
4,700

446,936
1,492,136
1,134,592
470,954
70,395
63.255
274.349
14,000
47,200
1,070,150
148,400
159,800

1,399.7

4,748

6,647,733

1,380.5

4,748

6,556,342

3,800
4,100

3,800
8,200

3,800

3.800
3.800
27,200
12,000

3.800
3.800
4,400
4,000

16,000
4,200
87.400
76,000
7,600
11.400
3,800
79,800
is, 2 0
0

4,000

17,400

3,814

377,600

3,450
3.300
3,357
3.300
3,287
3,360
3,419
3,400

13.800
3,300
23,500
9,900
52,592
16.800

3,876
4,196
3,880
4,354
4,273

26,746
19,721
19,400

24.4
1
2
120.5
2
5
25.5
1
80.2
290.9
158.8
100.8
15.5
10.1
57.9
259.4
35.2
52.8

4.193
4,817
4,315
4.194
4,173
4,000
4,363
4,129
4,250
4,104
4,077
4,142
4,058
4,067
4,140
4,442
4,216
4,607

102,309
57,800
519,941
104.840
106,411
4,000
349,913
1,201,376
675,059
413,650
67,271
41.840
234,952
12,200
38,502
1,152,186
1 &4 5
4, 1
243,239

1,319.3

4,266

5,627,078

5.5
2.2
4.4
0.5
14.9
1
5
116.4
1

3,204
3,074
3,077
. 3, 0 0
0
3,111
3,267

17,621
6,763
13,540
1,500
46,370
49,000
371,673
3,000

50,920
53,200
7,600
11.400
3,800
76,760
11.400

3,480

6.9
4.7
5
1.6
18.8

8,000

3.800
3.800
3.800
3.800
3.800
3.800
3.800

2,315,163

3.800
3.800
4,400
8.800

4,000
4,200
3.800
3.800
3.800
3.800
3.800
3.800
3.800

$5,200
101,174
10,800
81,029
10,400
6,000

3,800

3.800
3.800
3,886
4,000

$5,200
5,325
5,400
5,788
5,200
6,000
5,447

1
1
9
2
4
8
8
4

4
1
2
3
20
2
3
1
2
1
4

Total..
G e3, $3,200 to$3,700; average, $3,450—
rad
B
oard of Tax Appeals................................
B reauof E
u
fficien
cy.... ..............................
C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission.... ................ ......
E ployees’ C pen
m
om sation C m
om ission...... .
F eral T
ed
rade C m
om ission..........................
G eral A n g O
en
ccou tin ffice...........................
In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission.................
N
ational A
dvisory C m
om ittee for A
eronautics-

T
otal
sa rie
la s

E atedex en itu 1 2
stim
p d res, 9 9

4
1
7
3
1
6
5
12
0
1.

$5,600
109,200
11,600
278,586
46,400
23,200

1
1
9
2
4
8
8
4

$5,600
5,747
5.800
5,804
5,825 j
5.800 j

$5,600
1
09,200
1
1,600
278,586
46,600
23,200

1
1
9
2
1
4
2
1

2,990,647

410,246

3,400

1
1
1
2.2

13.4
1
4
2
3
1
20.2
3

3,480

17,400

1 .8
9

3,787

265,080

5
1
6
3.5
1
4
1
5
115.2
1

3.300
3,383
3,286
3.300
3,427
3,345
3,400

16,900
3,300
20,300
11,500
46,200
51,400
385,435
3,400

1 ,3 1
04

3

BUDGET STATEMENTS

A 103

N o . 30 .—Statement summarizing and comparing by classification services and grades jor the jiscal years 1980, 1929, and
1928, the average number oj employees, the average salary rates, and the total salaries oj the personnel oj the executive
departments and independent establishments in the District oj Columbia, classified under the act oj March 4,1928, as
amended— Continued
E atedex en itu 1 3
stim
p d res, 9 0
C ssifica nse ice an g d by d artm t o estab m t A
la
tio rv
d ra e
ep
en r
lish en
verage
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y
lo ees
P fessio a an scien serv
ro
nl d
tific ice— on u
C tin ed.
G e 3, $ ,2 0to $3,700; a era e, $ ,450—C tin ed
rad
30
v g 3
on u .
P b B ild gs a d P blic P sof th N
u lic u in n u
ark
e ation C
al apital.
S ith n Institution........................... ...............
m so ian
T
ariff C m
om ission.... ............... ........................ .....
U. S V
. eteran B reau
s’ u ______________ ____ _____ _.
D artm t o A
ep
en f gricu re___________ _ ..... ..........
ltu
D artm t of C m
ep
en
om erce_____________ ___ ____
D
epartm t o th In
en f e terior______________________
D
epartm t o J stice______ ___________________
en f u
D
epartm t o Labor............................. ................
en f
Navy D
epartm t_____ ____ __________________
en
P O D
ost ffice epartm
ent______________ _________ _
S D
tate epartm
ent______________ ___________
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent________________________ .
W D
ar epartm
ent____ ___________ _____________
D
istrict o Colum
f
bia............................... ........ .......
Total________________________________ ____
G es 2 $ ,6 0to $ ,100; a era e, $2,850rad , 2 0
3
v g
B
oard o T A
f ax ppeals___________ ___ __________
C S rv C m
ivil e ice om ission_____ ___ ______________
E ployees' C p sation C m
m
om en
om ission........................
______________________
F era T d C m
ed l ra e om ission
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice.......................... ...............
In
tersta C m
te om erce C m
om ission. .................... ..........
P b B ild gsan P b P rk o th N
u lic u in
d u lic a s f e ation C
al apital..
S ith n Institution.............................................
m so ian
T
ariff C m
om ission
__________ * ___ _______ ____
U. S S ip in B
. h p g oard__________________________
U. S V te n B reau
. e ra s* u ..............................................
D artm t o A
ep
en f gricu re______________________
ltu
D artm t of C m
ep
en
om erce..........................................
D artm t of th In
ep
en
e terior______ _____ __________
D artm t o J stice___________ ______________
ep
en f u
D artm t of L
ep
en
abor............................................... .
N
avy D artm t__________ ___ ______________
ep
en
P O D
ost ffice epartm
ent.............................................
S te D
ta epartm t.............................
en
...
__
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent_______ ____ _____ _________
W D
ar epartm t..................... ........... ....................
en
D
istrict o C
f olum
bia________ ___ _______________
Total.................................... ............................ .




j
.

A
verage
v
n m 1 A erage
u ber sa ry
la
of em
­
ra
te
p
loyees

4
7
4
5

$3,300
G ,9 1
39
12 70
0, 0
262,200
1, 1 5 7
3 ,1 2
945,102
56 92
3, 5
47,110
6,50
9 0
347,056
2,09
5 9
60,786
711,527
154,104
1 8 71
4, 0

1,536.1

3,351

5,146,838

6
8

2,850
2,638

1 ,100
7

8

21,100

7

12
2

33,000
5,200
298,477
5,600
33,500
30,900
5,600
9
1,200
655,548
7 8,461
5
203,942
32,496
73,195
189,027
5,900
37,596
366,650
109,900
17 0
8 ,2 3

12

3
3
228.9
261.8
76.4

1
4
14
3
4
1
6
9

2,750
2,600
2,816
2,800
2,791
2,809
2,800
2,850
2,735
2,701
2
,701
2,708
2,711
2,740
2,950
2,671
2,736
2,680
2,713

1,156.8

2,733

3,161,595

212

16
0
2
12
11
2

3
2
239.7
280.6
75.5
12

2
7
6
9
2

719.2

506—28------ v m

E ated ex en itu 1 2
stim
p d res, 9 9

$3,300
3,367
3 43
, 2
340
. 5
337
, 7
3,315
3,308
3,365
3,233
335
, 0
356
, 8
3,377
3,356
3,279
3,304

1

1
9
3
0
7
6
336.2
285
.1
162.3
1
4
21.5
15
0
7
1
8

G e 1, $2 0 to $2,500; a erage, $2,250rad
,0 0
v
B
oard of T A
ax ppeals................................. ..............
1
C S rv C m
ivil e ice om ission___ ____________________
4
F era T e C m
ed l rad om ission...................... ..................
6
2
8
In
tersta C m
te om erce C m
om ission_________________
6
S ith ian Institution___________ _____________
m son
7
T
ariff Commission...__________ ___ ____ _______ '
2
U S S ip in B
. . h p g oard___________ _______________i
60.1
D artm t of A
ep
en
gricu re_............ ...........................1 1
ltu
331.1
D artm t of C m
ep
en
om erce_________ ______________
5
0
D
epartm t of th In
en
e terior........................................ j
9
D artm t of J stice............_....... .............. .......... 1
ep
en
u
1
6
D
epartm t of L
en
abor...................................... ...... .
8
Navy D
epartm t............... ............ ....................... I 2
en
2
P O D
ost ffice epartm
ent....... ...................... ........... —
|
11
S D
tate epartm
ent..................................................... !
1
9
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent_________ ________ ________ 1
11
W D
ar epartm t..................................... .................
en
2
8
D
istrict of C
olum
bia........... ...... ..............................
Total...................................................... ........ _J

A era e
v g
sa ry
la
ra
te

N
T
otal
sa rie
la s

7
1
8
209.6
4
7
4
2

$3,000
2,860
3,271
3,217
3,202
3,224
3,119
3,127
3,016
3,169
3,100
3,149
3,222
3,108
3,073

$3,000
34,906
79,489
248,352
900,072
810,980
475,972
49,094
59,711
329,235
21,700
60,146
523,905
133,354
111,860

1,507.7

335
, 4

5,044,455

1,370.7

3,174

4,351,243

2,825
263
, 4

22,600
18 0
,5 0

7.1

18,575
14,802

12
3
40.9
6
7

2,750
2,700
2,748
2,800
2,791
2,836
2,800
%7 9
7
2,758
2,713
2,700
2,708
2,704
2,760
2,950
2,720
2,747
2,680
2,716

33,000
1 ,800
0
263 2
,8 1
5,600
33,500
31,200
5,600
91,707
631,195
710,259
2
06,245
32,496
75
,711
15 8
9 ,3 3
5,900
2 ,197
7
3 2 51
6, 6
1 9,683
0
11 3
8 ,7 0

107.2
3. 5
4
66.9

2,616
2,467
2,500
2,511
2,700
2,603
2,600
2,513
2,705
2,596
2,566
2,600
2,611
2,535
2,522
2,529
2,611
2,640
2,503
2,594
2,530
2,512

1,116.8

2,735

3,054,688

996.2

2,585

2,574,954

4,400

1.9
4
5.3
1
7
6.5
6.7

1,878
1,875
2,022
2,000

22.6
101.8

4
9
6
2
12
11
2

12

2
8
70.8
2
10

2,250

2

8,000

4

2,350
2,073
2,093
2,109
2,118

153.8
320.1
5
6
9
15.8
27.8

2,098

1,508,222

2,111

T
otal
sa rie
la s

15.7
24.3
77.2
21
8 .1
251.5
12 6
5.
15.7
19.8
103.9
7
19.1
162.6
42.9
36.4

13,002
62,950
13,000
15,600
4,500
338,080
683,745
104,825
19,504
33,901
59,098
4,700
22,803
3,74
9 6
23,200
59,300

2,065
2,097
2,167
2,119

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

$3,300
6,75
0 9
110,080
256,500
1,093,957
915,863
58 79
2, 0
47,110
73,020
337,296
2,09
5 9
6,76
0 8
73 54
0, 0
154,100
1 5 91
3, 0

2,167
2,248
2,167
2,228
2,250
2,112

A erage
v
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y
lo ees

$3,300
338
, 7
340
, 4
340
, 2
335
, 8
330
, 2
336
, 0
335
, 6
3,231
3,313
3,586
3,377
3,356
329
, 7
3,236

1

1
8
3
2
7
5
323.2
25 9
7.
19 9
5.
1
4

2,000

2,250

T
otal
sa rie
la s

E en edan ob ted 1 2
xp d
d liga , 9 8

1

6
0.8
12
2

94.2
2

10.3
11.4
1.8

29.8
208.5
222.4
69.6
7.6
2
5
66.5
2.5
8.1

2,000

30,132
5,400
245,245
5,200
25,884
30,834
4,678
76,467
542,122
580,765
176 3
,4 6
19,167
63,230
173,636
6,000

20,379
278,086
87,289
168,032

125.5
340.1

8

1,924
1,994
%2 8
0
1,904
2,088
1,992

2
8

2,064
2,167
2,113
2,115
2,350
2,073
2,084
2,109
2,118

326,179
672,397
115,588
19,504
33,388
58,806
4,700
22,803
39,594
23,300
59,300

2
6

1,888

3.569
7,500
10,717
33,997
12,417
13,494
34
8
250,911
679,874
44,127
18,109
27,900
47,955
2,429
9,330
22,342
15,939
49,088

690.5

2,104

1,454,064

628.4

.1,991

1,250,082

6
11
6

7
1

2
11

1
9
11

2,200
2,000

8,000

2,167
2,091
2,167
2,157

13,002
23,003
13,000
15,100

2,100
2,121
2,101

2,100

.2

22.2

9
14.5
24.8
1.1

4.9
10.7

1,910
2,014
1,920
1,999
1,999
1,988
2,012

A104

THE BUDGET, 1930

N o . 30 .—Statement summarizing and comparing by classification services and grades jor thejiscal years 1930, 1929, avid

1928y the average number oj employees, the average salary rates, and the total salaries oj the personnel oj the executive
departments and independent establishments in the District oj Columbia, classified under the act oj March 4, 1923, as
amended— Continued
E ated exp d res, 1 2
stim
en itu
99

E ated ex en itu 1 3
stim
p d res, 9 0
l

verage A
C ssificationservice an g d by d artm t o estab m t A
la
d ra e
ep
en r
lish en
verage
nm
u ber sa
lary
of e *
m
ra
te
p
loyees
S b ro
u p fessio a serv
nl
ice:
G d 8, $2,600 to $ ,100; a erage, *2,850—
ra e
3
v

i

In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission..............................
N
ation A
al dvisory C m
om ittee fo A
r eronautics...............
S ith ian Institution......... ..................................
m son
U SV
. . eteran Bureau.................... ................. .....
s'
D
epartm t of A
en
gricu re........................................
ltu
D
epartm t o C m
en f om erce. -_........ .............................
D
epartm t of th In
en
e terior. .......................... _.......
D
epartm t of L
en
abor..... ............ .......................... .
N D
avy epartm
ent..................................................
P O D
ost ffice epartm
ent..................... .......................
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent.............................................
W D
ar epartm
ent.................... ..................... ..........
D
istrict of C
olum
bia__________________ ___ ____
Total________________ _______________ ____

146.2

2,758

402,723

1
1

19,102
2,700
9,800
11,900
75,595

4
5
29

2,300
2,700
2,520
1,600
2,471
2,524
2,504
2,500
2,417
2,700
2 5
*4 0
2 80
,3 1
2,448

2,300
2,700
12,600
2,600
103,047
53,004
65,578
75
0
14,500
2,700
9,800
1 ,9 Q
10
70,995

0.6
1

2,504

2,300
2,700
12,600
2,550
101,436
55,304
55,094

351,081

138.2

2,482

342,474

1
1
1
8
1

2,300
2,200

2,300
2,150

2,300
17,198

2,200
2,221

14
5

2,761

1
1

4
1

2,300
2,700
2,520
2,550
2,474

22
22

2
6

4
5
3
1

T
otal........ .................... ....... ...............

12
4

2,472

1
1
1

2,300

2,300

2,200

2,200

2,300
2,250

2,300
54,150

2,200
2,221

2,200

Total.......................... . .......
O e 5, $1,800 to $2,100; a erage, $ ,950—
rad
v
1
C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission............. ............... ............
F era B
ed l oard of V
ocation E
al ducation...... ............ .....
F era P er C m
ed l ow om ission............................ ...........
In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission......................... .....
N
ational A
dvisory C m
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics...............
P blic B ild gsan P blic P softh N
u
u in
d u
ark
e ational C
apital.
S ith ian Institution............................................
m son
U S Sh pin Board................................................
. . ip g
USV
. . eteran B
s' ureau..............................................
D artm t of A
ep
en
gricu re.........................................
ltu
D
epartm t of C m
en
om erce.................................... .....
D
epartm t of th In
en
e terior......................... ...... ...... .




5
1

2,518

20

24
22

j

0.2

5
1

41.7
21
22.2

0.3
8
1

2
4
1

6
1

1
5

11,201

4.6

2,800
2,800
8,400
55,600

1
1

$2,589
2,400
2,500
2,617
2,587
2,559
2,520
3,000
2,638
2,443
2,553
2,432
2,505

$11,908
2,400
2,500
9,683
53,547
60,396
51,165
3,000
8,03
2 3
5,375
20,426
1,84
4 3
4 ,5 0
2 8

140.3 j

2,570

39 87
5, 4

i
j

2,100

4.4
4.1
26.6

2,600
2,235
2,422
2,307
2,380
2,309
2,400
2,181
2,367
2,333
2,198
2,138

1,260
2,600
10,950
3,633
88,379
45,210
55,648
2,400
10,904
4,260
10,264
9,010
56,655

132.2

2,282

301,173

2,300

1

2,200

2,200

1.4

12
,9 0

2,200
2,688

5.8 j

2,073

12,025

13.7 1
15.5
85.3 |
77.5 ,
50.4
1 1
1 !
45.4

1,867
1,932
2,032
2,009
1,972
2,400
1,860
1,972
1,991
1,550
1,895
2,026
1,902 j

25,578
29,946
13 3
7 ,3 6
155,687
99,387
2,400
1,860
89,516
12,344
30
1
1 ,887
2
45,386
15 6
5 ,7 6

1,974 |
!

821,316

1,740 |
1,800 j

3,480
1,800

0.1
10.6

1,738 i
1,860
1,680
1,760

20,850
7,440
18
6
18,654

4.5
65.8
32.7 j
47.7

1,721
1,750
1,815
1,776

7,745
115,144
59,345
84,706

66,000

33,310
23,595
201,523
280,304
118,035
2,500

2,250
2,172
2,174
2,136
2,500

33,310
3 ,70
3 5
2
05,683
1
78,030
117 9
,4 7
2,500

2,000

2,000

1
1

2,000

2,000

4
8

2,188

105,030

4
9

2,188

107,208

10
1
10

2,120
2,100

21,200
2,100

10
1

2,120
2,100

21,200
2,100

2,028
2,139
2,173

20,276
38,500
14 9
9 ,4 7

9

1
8
9
0

1&2
88

2,053
2,135
2,141

18,480
38,850
187 9
,2 7

468.6

2,170

1,017,523

445.7

2,383

1,062,600

I

1,920
1,980
1,950
1,940

1,920
1,980
44,850
11,640

1,920
1,800
1,950
1,870
1,909
1,8 1
5

23,041
1,800
7,800
14^143
64,140
100,483

1
5
1
5
94.7
81.9
5
5
1
1

11

92:7
82.5
55.3

2,145
2,174
3,398
2,134
2,500

3.7
20.7
23.6
20.3
1

31.1
2.2
8
6.1

|

1
7

4.9
1.5 1
38.3
1
9
24.1
1

5
1.8

6.2
.2
6.8

22.4
81.9
415.5 j
2

1

2
3
6
12
1

4
7
6
33.6
54.3

T
otal
sa rie
la s

2,200

7
8,203
8,499
38,001
18,600
49,400

20

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

$2,800

425,158

2,793
2,833
2,714
2,657
2,744

1

4

A
verage
n m er
u b
o em
f ­
p y
lo ees

2
8
3
1
4
7
1
8

2
8
3
1
4
7
1
8

I

T
otal
sa rie
la s

59,808
60
2
78,194
8,499
38,001
18,600
49,400

21

$2,800
28,550
2,900
2,800
11,400
55,600
71,300
57,105

2,388
2,700
2,450
2,380
2,439

G e 6, $2,000to $ ,5 0 avera e, $2 5 —
rad
2 0;
g ,2 0
B
oard of T A p
ax p eals................................................
C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission
.................... .....................
Fd l Pw C m
e era o er om ission
.......................................
In
tersta C m C m
te om erce om ission........................... .
P b B ild gs an P blic P rk ofth N
u lic u in
d u
a s
e ation C
al apitalS ith ian Institution...........................................
m son
U SV
. . eteran B reau
s’ u ................ .................
D
epartm t o A
en f gricu re.........................................
ltu
D artm t o Com erce............... .........................
ep
en f
m
D artm t of th In
ep
en
e terior......... ......................
D artm t o Justice.........................................
ep
en f
D artm t o L or........ ............ ........... ............
ep
en f ab
N D
avy epartm
ent........................... .......................
P st O
o ffice D
epartm t........... ...... ................ ...... .
en
S te D
ta epartm
ent________ ________ _________ _
_
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent............. ...... ........................
W D
ar epartm
ent.......... ................ .........................
D
istrict o Colum
f
bia........ ........................................

l
4
l
l
3

A
verage
salary
ra
te

$2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,780
270
, 5
2 79
, 1
3,100
2 73
, 9
2,833
2 74
, 1
2,657
2,744

$2,800
2,855
2,900
2,800
2,850
2,780
2,742
2,719

10

G e 7, $ ,300 to $2,800; a erage, $ ,5 0
rad
2
v
2 5—
C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission..........................................
N
ation A
al dvisory C m
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics...... ........
S ith ian Institution............ . ....... ... ...................
m son
U. S V
. eteran Bureau............ ............................. .
s’
D
epartm t of A
en
gricu re__ ___ __________ _____
ltu
D
epartm t of C m
en
om erce..........................................
D
epartm t of th In
en
e terior.................................. .....
D
epartm t of L
en
abor..... ..........................................
N D
avy epartm
ent-........... ........... ................ ...... ..
P O D
ost ffice epartm
ent.............................................
T
reasu D
ry epartm t...............................................
en
W D
ar epartm
ent.......... ........... ............................
D
istrict of Columbia.................... ..........................
.......

A
verage
nm
u ber
of em
­
p
loyees

T
otal
sa rie
la s

E en edan ob a , 1 2
xp d
d lig ted 9 8

1
1

1
6
4
0.1
12
1

4
75.5
3a 1
53.1

1,920 |
1,980
1,829
1,950
1,800
1,920
1,800
1,905
1,865
1,927
1,862

1,920
1,980
29,272
7,800
10
8
23,041
1,800
7,620
140,787
58,007
98,866

1
12

4 |

BUDGET STATEMENTS

A105

N o . 30 .—Statement summarizing and comparing by classpication services and grades for the fiscal years 1930, 1929, and
1928, the average number of employees, the average salary rates, and the total salaries of the personnel of the executive
departments and independent establishments in the District of Columbia yclassified under the act of March 4,1923, as
amended— Continued
E ated exp d res, 1 3
stim
en itu
90
C
lassifica nserv an g d by departm t o estab m t A
tio
ice d ra e
en r
lish en
verage
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y
lo ees
S b rofession se ic — on u .
up
al rv e C tin ed
O e 5 $ ,8 0to $ ,100; a erage, $
rad , 1 0
2
v
1,950— ontinu
C
ed.
D artm t of Justice................. ............................
ep
en
D artm t of L
ep
en
abor___ _______ ____________
Navy D
epartm
ent...____ ___ ____ ____________
P O eD
ost ffic epartm
ent___________ ___ ____ ____
S te D
ta epartm t____________ ____ __________
en
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent.... ........................................ .
W D
ar epartm t....................................... ............
en
D
istrict of C
olum
bia........................ .......................
T
otal.............................. .................. . ...........
G e 4, $ ,620to $1,920; av g $1,770—
rad
1
era e,
F era T e C m
ed l rad om ission..... ..................................
O era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice..........................................
N
ation A
al dvisory C m
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics...............
P b B ild gsan P blic P sof th N
u lic u in
d u
ark
e ation C
al apital.
S ith n Institution____________________ ____
m so ian
T
ariff C m
om ission.
U. S S ip in B
. h p g oard...........................................
D artm t of A
ep
en
gricu re______ ___ _ ___________
ltu
D
epartm t of C m
en
om erce.
D
epartm t of th In
en
e terior.........................................
D
epartm t of L
en
abor________ _________________
Navy D
epartm t.........................
en
S te D
ta epartm
ent__________ _______ ______ ____
T
reasu D
ry epartm t............ ............................ ......
en
W D
ar epartm
ent......................................................
D
istrict of C
olum
bia____ _____ ________________
Total..............
G e 3, $ ,4 0to $ ,740; avera e, $1,590rad
14
1
g
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice...................... ...................
In
tersta C m
te om erce C m
om ission_________________
N
ation A
al dvisory C m
om ittee fo A
r eronautics.........
S ith n In tion_____ ____ _______________
m so ian stitu
D artm t o A
ep
en f gricu re.........................................
ltu
D artm t of C m
ep
en
om erce * ........ ........... ... . ..
D artm t of th In
ep
en
e terior.............................. ..........
Navy D artm t....................................................
ep
en
S te D artm t ___ ____ * _____________ ____
ta ep
en
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent...............................................
W D
ar epartm t____ ___ _____________________
en
D
istrict of C
olum
bia............................. ....... ...........
Total.................................. ...............................

1

A erage I T
v
otal
sa ry
la
sa rie
la s
ra
te

$1,800
1,860
1,902
1,910
1,800
1
,901
1,896
1,879
1,928

$3,600
3,720
32,340
11,460
9,000
30,423
37,920
294,986
823,246

477.3

1,770
1,800
1,620
1,800
1,720
1,860
1,740
1,705
1,695
1,676
1,740
1,712
1,620
1,714
1,749
1
,681
1,691

3,540
1,800
4,860
1,800
5,160
1,860
1,740
140,363
104,267
263,963
1,740
22,260
3,240
24,000
22,740
203,403
806,736

1

1,560

1,560

2
2

1
7
6

5
1
6
20

17
5
426.9
2
1

3
1

3
1
1

82.3
6.5
1
157.5
1

1
3
2

1
4
1
3
121

2

7
48.6
4
3
6
2
2
4
1

4
1
3
8
4
289.6

1,470
1,560
1,526
1.507
1,508
1,520
1
,440
1,470
1,472
1,518
1,509

2,940
10,920
74,157
64,815
93,520
36,484
1,440
5,880
19,140
1
26,739
437,595

G
rade 2, $ ,2 0 to$
18
1,500; avera e, $1,410g
1
1,380
1.380
B reauof E
u
fficien
cy..................................................
1
F era T e C m
ed l rad om ission
______ ... ........ ...........
1,380
1.380
8.8
1,403
12,350
S ith ianInstitution.............................................
m son
D
epartm t of A
en
gricu re __ . ^ . . . . . . . . . .
ltu
60.6
1
,351
81,856
7
51,276
_________ _____ en3 C m 1,386
D
epartm t of om erce_________
1.320
48
7
631,077
D
epartm t of th Interior.........................................
en
e
1.320
1,320
D artm t of Ju
ep
en
stice.................... ........ ........ .........
1,260
2,520
D artm t of L
ep
en
abor.......... .....................................
i
7
1,294
9,060
N D
avy epartm
ent........................... .........................
1
1,380
1.380
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent............ ........... .......................
1,305
5,220
4
W D
ar epartm t.......................................... ...........
en
1,322
184,589
10
4
D
istrict of C
olum
bia............... ........ ......................
1,327
741.4
963,408
Total____ ___ ____ _____-........... ........... ..........
G
rade 1, $ ,020 to$1,3X; average, $1,170—
1
S ith ianInstitution.............................................
m son
D
epartm t of A
en
gricu re..........................................
ltu
D
epartm t of C m
en
om erce........... ...............................
D
epartm t of the In
en
terior..........................................
Navy D
epartm
ent....................................................
D
istrict of C m
olu bia..... ...........................................
Total...................................................................




1

69.2
32.5
8
1

2
4
135.7

E ated exp d res, 1 2
stim
en itu
99
A
verage A
verage
nm
u ber sa ry
la
o em
f ­
ra
te
p y
lo ees

2
2

1
8
6

5
1
6
20

16
5
422.8
2
1
1
1

3
1
1

79.7
54.7
155.6
1

12.9
2

1
4
12.9
112

459.8
1
1
1

7
48.6
3
6
62.2
2
4
1

4
12.7
8
3
281.5
1
1
8.8

59.8
3
5
40
7
1
2

7
1

4
11
3
721.6

T
otal
sa rie
la s

$1,800
•1,860
1,903
1,910
1,800
1,901
1,896
1,878
1,878

$3,600
3,720
34,260
11
,460
9,000
30,423
37,920
292,946
794,602

1,770
1,800
1,620
1,800
1,720
1,860
1,740
1,706
1,700

3,540
1,800
i ,m

1,740
1,704
1,620
1,714
1,755
1,682
1,676

1,800
5,160
1,860
1,740
135,997
92,910
262,576
1,740
2,9 8
1 7
3,240
24,000
22,605
188,343
770,909

1.560
1.440
1.440
1.560
1,525
1,508
1,508
1
,520
1,440
1,470
1,475
1,516
1,508

1,560
1.440
1.440
1 ,920
0
74,114
54,296
93,806
3
6,484
1,440
5,880
18
,730
125 5
,0 9
4
25,169

1.320
1.380
1,403
1,351
1,386
1.320
1.320
1,260
1,294
1.380
1,305
1,326
1,327

1.320
1.380
12,350
80,778
48,516
620,517
1.320
2,520
9,060
1.380
5,220
13 8
7 ,3 1
957,742

1,080
1,137
1,071
1,031

1,080
77,470
32,661
11,135

1,688

E en edan ob ted 1 2
xp d
d liga , 9 8
A
verage
n m er
u b
o em
f ­
p y
lo ees

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

1.9
2.7
15.3
5.3

$1,605
1,727
1,815
1,804
1,850
1,794
1,808
1,864
1,807

$3,050
464
, 6
27,767
9,561
1,480
25,838
35,070
294,297
721,059

1,667
1,740
1,500
1,740
1,543
1,743
1,680
1,602
1,614
1,615
1,620
1,600
1,525
1,632
1,687
1,520
1,592

3,334
1,740
1,500
1,740
473
, 8
1,743
1,680
120,623
71,680
235,076
1,620
15,363
3,050
1,79
9 4
18,338
147,633
649,652

1,440
1,320
1,320
1,356
1,473
1,386
1,412
1,423

1,440
12
3
1,320
9,492
7 3
9,6 1
4
4,619
88,931
31,878

1,332
1,4 1
1
1,334
1,394

3,996
1 ,391
4
104,743
380,623

1,140
1,258
1,334
1,250
1,226
1,223
1,260

1,213
1,163
1,214

1,140
1.258
12,077
68,263
41,921
592,339
1,260
2,400
5.258
1,080
4,002
146,580
877,578

90
1
1,033
90
5
964
959
90
5
083

56
4
65,691
26,412
7,324
1,343
20,635
121,951

0.8

14.4
19.4
157.9
39
9
2
1
1
1,

3.1
1
1

75.3
44.4
145.6
1

9.6
2
12.1

10.9
97.1
408.1
1

al
i

7
54.1
3.2
2
6
3
22.4
3
10.2

78.5
272.5
1
1

9.8
54.6
34.2
484.2
1
2

4.5
0.9
3.3
16
2
722.5

1,060
1,137
1,075
1,035

1,080
78,710
34,941
8,280

1,020

1,020

10.8
1

1,020

1,020

95
8
1,086

23,640
147,671

24 '
135.4

63.6
.27.8
7.6
1.4

95
8
1,089

23,640
147,006

123.8

1
68.1

30.5

0.6

22.8

1,200

1,168
1,200

T
otal
sa rie
la s

a

106

TOE BUDGET, 1930

N o. 30 .—Statement summarizing and comparing by classification services and grades jor thejiscai years 1980, 1929, and
1928, the average number oj employees, the average salary rates, and the total salaries oj the personnel oj the executive

departments and independent establishments in the District oj Columbia, classified under the act oj March 4,1928f as
amended— Continued
E ated ex en itu 1 3
stim
p d res, 9 0
!
verage
C ssifica n serv an g d by d artm t o estab m t A
la
tio
ice d ra e
ep en r
lish en
v g
n m er . A era e
u b
T
otal
la
ry
sa rie
la s
o em ! sa te
f ­
ra
p
loyees
C
lerical, ad in
m istrative, a d fisc l serv
n
a
ice:
G d 1 , ine ce of $«,000ra e 6
x ss
E tive O
xecu
ffice................................................ ......
B a of M
o rd
ediation_ _____ ______ ____...._____
_
F era R io C m
ed l ad om ission
____________ ______ ___
F era T e C m
ed l rad om ission
____________ __________
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice___*____ ___ ______.___ _
In
terstate C m Com ission.... ................ .........
om erce
m
U S S ip in B
. . h p g oard.................... ................. ....... .
USV
. . eteran B reau
s’ u ............................ ................
D
epartm t of Agriculture................ ............ ..........
en
D
epartm t of Commerce____ _________ ___ _____
en
D
epartm t of th In
en
e terior_______ _____ ___ _____
D
epartm t of J stice......... ....... .............................
en
u
D
epartm t o Labor..................................... ....... .
en f
Navy D
epartm t_________ _
en
............ ...........
P st O D
o ffice epartm
ent__ __________________ ___
S D
tate epartm
ent_______ __________ ____ _____
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent.............................. ...............
W D
ar epartm
ent......... ........ ........ .......... ...............
Total________ ____ ___________ ____ _______
G d 1 , $8,000 to$
ra e 5
9,000; a g $8,500—
vera e,
B
oardof M
ediation............................ ........... ..........
B reauof E
u
fficien
cy__.. .._______ -______________
C S ice Commission..,-...........-.........-..............
ivil erv
E ployees' C p sation Com ission..----------------m
om en
m
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice
__
__
__ _____
In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission...............................
T
ariff C m
om ission
^.............................. .............. ......
1.S V
7 . eteran B reau
s’ u _____ ____ ____ __________
D
epartm t of A
en
gricu re........................ ........ .......
ltu
D artm t of C m
ep
en
om erce_____ __________ ___ ___
D
epartm t of th In
en
e terior.... ......................... ..........
D
epartm t of Justice.......... ....... .................. .......
en
D artm t of Labor...____ ________ ____ _______
ep
en
N D
avy epartm
ent____ _________________ _____
Pe O D
o t ffice epartm t....... ....... ..........................
en
S D
tate epartm
ent__ _________________ _________
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent.„ _________ ______________
W D
ar epartm t____ ____________ ____________
en
D
istrict of Columbia..-.. .......................................
Total__ ____ _ _____ _____ _ ___ ________
_
_

1

5
5
5
1
2
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

10,300
10,000
10,000
10,000

1

$10,000

5
5
5

10,000
20,000

12,000

1
2

12,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
12,000
12,000

11,750

94,000

7

12,000

12,000

15,000
15,000
15,000
1,0 0
5 0
15,000
1 , CO
5 O
15,000
27,000
40,999
25,000

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

2

15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
13,500
11,750
12,500

4
3

11,906

1
1

T
otal
sa rie
la s

$10,000
60,000
50,000
50,000

485,998

8,000

8,000

9,000
27,000
25.500
17.500
36,000
54,000
27,000
9,000
45,000
18,000
9,000
26,000
18,000
36,000
36,000
95,500
9,000
26,500

1
1

3

9.000
9.000
8,500
8,750
9,000
9,000
9,000
9,000
9,000
9,000
9,000
8,667
9,000
9,000
9,000
8,682
9,000
8,833

6
0

8,867

2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1

2
6

3
1

5
2
1

3
2

4
4
11
1

2
8

Total......... . ........ ...... ....... ........... ........ .........

4
9

1

2

4.9

T
otal
sa rie
la s

$10,000
60,000
20,000

9,647

4,70
8 4

10,000
10,000
12,000
12,000

10,000
20,000

2

15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
11,250
1 , 500
2

15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
44,998
25,000

37.8

11,998

453,538

1

7,500

7,500

3
2.9

7,500
6,684

22,500
19,384

4
5.9
3

3

7,875
7,532
7,417
7,500
7,500
7,500
7,500
7,250
7,500
7,500
7,466
7,544
7,500
7,000

31,500
44,439
2 ;2 1
2 5
7,500
36,750
15,000
7,500
21,750
15,000
30,000
36,583
81,480
7,500

57.4

7,450

427,037
12,000
11,200

4

82,800
12,000

8,000

8,000

3

9.000
9.000
8,500
8,750
9,000
9,000
9,000
9,000
9,000
9,000
9,000
8,667
9,000
9,000
9,000
8,455
9,000
8,833

9,000
27,000
25.500
17.500
36,000
54,000
27,000
9,000
45,000
18,000
9,000
26,000
18,000
36,000
45,000
93,000
9,000
26,500

532,000

6
1

8,828

538,500

14,000
7,000
7.500
7.500
7,000
14,000
6,500
6,500
7,000

6,847

3
5 |
1 I

12,000
10,000

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

11,854

4

$10,000

6.9

4
1

3
3

1

12,000

511,949

A era e
v g
sa ry
la
ra
te

5

84,000

2

4

A erage
v
n m er
u b
o em
f ­
p y
lo ees

1
2

15.000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
44,998
25,000

4

E en ed an ob a , 1 2
xp d
d lig ted 9 8

10,000
20,000

15,000
15,000
1,00
5 0
1 , 000
5
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
11,250
12,500

7,000
7,000
7.500
7.500
7,000
7,000
6,500
6,500
7,000
7,333
7,300
6,500
7,000
6,661




A erage
v
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y
lo ees

$10,000
60,000
51,950
50,000

$10,000

G e 1 , $6 0 to $ ,5 0 a era e, $ ,0 0
rad 4 ,5 0 7 0 ; v g 7 0 —
E tive O
xecu
ffice.._____ ______________________
_
B a of T Appeals................ .............................
o rd
ax
B rea of Efficiency......................... ..................
u u
F era P er C m
ed l ow om ission _______________ _____
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice........................................
In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission___ ________ _____
T
ariff C m
om ission________ _ .__________ ___ _
_
U. S S ip in B _____ _____ _____ __________
. h p g oard
tT S V
. . eteran Bureau.._______ ________________
s'
D
epartm t o Com erce...____ ________________
en f
m
D
epartm t of th In
en
e terior____________ _________
D
epartm t of Justice.____ _ ______ _____ ____ ...
en
P st O D
o ffice epartm t...... ................... ........ ..........
en
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent._____ ____ ________________

G e 1 , $ ,600 to$ ,4 0 av g $ ,000rad 3 5
6 0 ; era e, 6
E tive O e ............................... ...................
xecu
ffic ....
B
oardof M
ediation..... ............ ................................
B
oard of Tax A
ppeals...............................................
B reauof E
u
fficien
cy............................................... _
*
C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission....... ............ ........... ..........

E ated exp d res, 1 2
stim
en itu
99

2
1
1
1
1

14,000
6,400
7.000
7,500
7.000
2,250
6,500
6,500
7,000

2
2
1

6,000

1
1
1
1
1

7,500
7,500

7,500
7,500

22,000

36,500
6,500
7,000
183,996

3
3
2

4
6

3
1

5
2
1

3
2

4
5
11
1

1

4.9
2
1

3
2

4
4.9
10.8
1

21,000

36,500
6,500
7,000
186,496

2
8

7,000
6,400
7,000
7,500
7,000
7,500
6,500
6,500
7,000
7,333
7,300
6,500
7,000
6,643

335,496

47.3

6,768

320,146

25.8

6,594

170,129

1

3

5,200
5,400
5,600
6,500
5,200

5,200
16,200
5,600
0,500
5,200

22,000

0.3
1
1
1

3
5
1
1

5,600
7,500

7,500

6,000

6,000

3
4.8

5,804
6,375
7,100
7,092

5,804
6,375
21,500
34,042

1
1
6

0,000

6,000

6,500
6,368

0,500
38,208

!
I
1

5,600

5,600

6,000
6,000

5,600
18,000

1

3

3

6,000

5,600
18,000

12,000

2

5,935
5,600

29,675
5,600

5

5,800
5,800
5,600

29,000
5,600

2

5
1

1

11,000

1
1
1

BUDGET STATEMENTS

a

107

N o . 30 .—Statement summarizing and comparing by classification services and grades for thejiscal years 1930, 1929, and
1928, the average number of employees, the average salary rates, and the total salaries of the personnel of the executive
departments and independent establishments in the District of Columbia, classified under the act of March 4,1923, a
.s
ame nded— Con tinued
E ated ex en itu 1 3
stim
p d res, 9 0
C ssifica nserv an g d by d artm t o estab m t A
la
tio
ice d ra e
ep
en r
lish en
verage
nm
u ber
of em
­
p
loyees
C
lerical, ad in
m istrative, an fisca serv
d
l
ice— on u .
C tin ed
O e 1 , $ ,6 0 to $6,400; a era e, $6,000— on u *
rad 3 5 0
v g
C tin ed
E p
m loyees' C p sation C m
om en
om ission............
Fd l R
e era adio C m
om ission
......................_......
F d l Tiade C m
e era
om ission
_____ ___________
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice.................. .............
In
tersta C m
te om erce C m
om ission............... .....
N
ation A
al dvisory C m
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics___
S ith n In tion...m so ian stitu
Taiiff C m
om ission. ..........
V. S S ip in Board-.....
. h p g
U SV
. . eteran B reau
s' u .....
D artm t o A
ep
en f gricu reltu
D artm t o C m
ep
en f om erce._
D artm t o th In
ep
en f e terior.
D artm t of J stice.......
ep
en
u
D artm t o L
ep
en f abor..... .
N D
avy epartm
ent______
P st O D
o ffice epartm
ent__
S te D
ta epartm
ent......... ..
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent.......
W D
ar epartm t_______
en
D
istrict o C
f olum
bia_____

]
1
6

5
1
7
L

1
1
1
1
2
10

1
9
2
6
6
6

5
3
12
1

7
6
1

5

A era e
v g
sa ry
la
ra
te

$5,600
6,400
5,733
5,840
6,094
6,400
5,600

T
otal
sa rie
la s

$5,600
6,400
34,398
29,200
1 3,597
0
6,400
5,600

6,000

6,000

6,400

6,400

6,000
6.000

E atedexp d res, 1 2
stim
en itu
99
A
verage
nm
u ber
of em
­
p
loyees

1

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

$5,600
6,400

1
1
2

$5,600
6,400
6,000

12,000

.5
1
8

5,760
6,089
6,400
5,600

28,800
1
09,597
6,400
5,600

1
1
1
1

E en ed an o liga , 1 2
xp d
d b ted 9 8

6,000

6,400

6,000

T
otal
sa rie
la s

$5,600

$3,360
11,200

1
1

5,600
6,500
5,711
5,800
5,200

6,278
102,797
5,800
5,200

1

6,000

6, 00C

9
17.9
1
7.1

50,184
96,931
95,512
35,600
32,760
25,597
16,608
64,450
5,560
138,396
5,200
26,517

0.6
2

0.9
1
8

6,000

6,400

A
verage
verage
n m er A
u b
salary
o em
f ­
ra
te
p
loyees

12,000

5,900
5,985
5,833
5,992
5,760
6,000

5,767
6,000

5,732
5 CO
, O
5,920

60.000
1
12,126
1
55,600
35,000
35,949
28,800
18,000
69,200
v , 000
6
435^10
5,600
29,600

9
1
9
2
6
5
3

6,000

12
1

5,767

54,000
1 ,9 6
11 6
153,000
35,000
35,949
28,800
18,000
69,200

6,000

6,000

435,610
5,600
29,600

24.3

5

572
, 3
5,600
5,920

5

5,576
5,415
5,527
5,419
5,553
5,446
5,536
5,371
5,560
5,695
5,200
5,305

6
6

7
6
1

5,893
5,885
5,833
5,992
570
, 6

6.2

5.9
4.7
3
12
1
1

28
1

T
otal.
G e 12, $4,600 to $5,200; av g $4,900rad
era e,
B
oardof Tax A
ppeals-------------------B rea o E
u u f fficien
cy------ ----- --------C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission--------------E ployees’ C p sation C m
m
om en
om ission.
F d ra P w C m
e e l o er om ission
................
F d l R io C m
e era ad om ission
____ ____ _
Fd lT eC m
e era rad om ission
_________
O era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice---- -------In
tersta C m
te om erce C m
om ission........
S ith n Institution.... ...... .
m so ian
T
ariff C m
om ission--- ------- ------------C. S S ip in B
. h p g oard________ ___
U SV
. . eterans'B
ureau............. .......
D
epartm t o A
en f gricu re........ .........
ltu
D artm t of C m
ep
en
om erce..... ............
D artm t of th In
ep
en
e terior-------------D artm t of J stice_____________
ep
en
u
D artm t of L
ep
en
abor_______ *
.____
N D
avy epartm
ent______ ___ ______
P O D
ost ffice epartm
ent.................
S D
tate epartm
ent________________
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent------------ ------ W D
ar epartm
ent_________________
D
istrict of C
olum
bia.............. ...........
Total..
G e 11, $3,800 to $4,400; a g $4,100rad
vera e,
B rea of E
u u fficien
cy___ _____ ____
F era T
ed l rade C m
om ission
_________
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice............. .
U. S S ip in B
. h p g oard.......................
D artm t of A
ep
en
gricu re_________
ltu
D artm t of Com erce................
ep
en
m
D artm t of th In
ep
en
e terior_____ ___
S te D
ta epartm
ent_______________
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent_______ ___
TotaL..




5,862

1,277,955

212

5,846

1,239,322

138.6

5,559

772,650

2
11

4,900
4,825
4,720
4,800
4,600
4,600
i 67
5
4,663
4,899

9,800
53,075
23,600
4,800
4,600
4,600
32,599
88,600
166,567

2
11

9,800
52,800
23,600
4,800
40
6
4,600
19,200
88,600
1 5,467
7

3
16.8
5

4,172
4,732
4,080
4,400

12,517
79,502
20,400
40
4

1
4
1
9
3
6

4,900
4,800
4,720
4,800
4,600
4,600
4,800
4,663
4,874

9,400
34,797
142,100
283,388
2 5 75
2, 9
57,199
19,000
19,000
19,600
62,000
42,795
715,955
14,000
75,600

2

4,700

9,400

8,400
94,901
156,263
5,400
8,075

2
9
59.7
3
7

4
4
4
1
3
9
11
5
3
1
6

4,700
4,971
4,900
4 72
, 6
4,804
4,767
4,750
4,750
4,900
4,769
4,755
4,741
4,667
4,725

4,200
4,162
4,377
5,400
4,038

4
4
4
1
3
9
10
5
3
1
6

4,834
4,758
4,817
4,767
4,750
4,750
4,900
4,769
4,755
4,740
4,667
4,725

140 8
,1 6
284,012
178,195
57,199
19,000
19,000
19,600
62,000
42,795
710,954
14,000
75,600

120,263
257,824
162,185
47,632
15,117
15,190
17,583
55,500
35,25*
660,925

12

4,326
4,165
4,505
4,142
4,199
4,219
4,396
4,269
4,197
4,383
4,067
4,667

441.5

4,777

2,108,870

421.8

4,768

2,011,268

44
2

4,343

1,841,572

2

3,800
3,800

7,600
3,800
11,800
14,120
6,600
3,800

5
1

1
1
7
1
9
3
4
2

7
2
9
59.5
4
7
12

2
1
6
3

12

4
5
2
1
1

3,900
3,800
4,000
4,200
3,900
3,960
3,900
3,800 j
3,800 |

8,400
15,600
19,800
•7,800
3,800
3,800

3.6
1.7
1

3,933
3,922
3,882
3,800

3
6

3,883 |

139,800

12.3

3,880

2

7,800
60,800

5
1
0.1

1

12,000
3

0.1

2
22.8

35.7
1
2

27.8
61.9
3
6
11.5
3.6
3.6
4
1
3
8.4
150.8
3

12,200

56,000

a108

th e

b u d g e t , 1930

N o . 30 .—Statement summarizing and comparing by classification services and grades for the fiscal years 1980, 1929, and
1928, the average number of employees, the average salary rates, and the total salaries of the personnel of the executive
departments and independent establishments in the District of Columbia, classified under the act of March 4,1923, as
amended— Continued
E ated ex en itu 1 3
stim
p d res, 0 0
C ssifica n serv an g d by d artm t o estab m t A
la
tio
ice d ra e
ep en r
lish en
verage
n m er
u b
of em
­
p
loyees
C
lerical, ad in
m istrative, an fisca se ice C tin ed
d
l rv — on u .
O d 1 , $ ,5 0 to $ .C 0 a era e, $3,760ra e 0 3 C
4 C; v g
E tive O ..... .................................-....... ......
xecu
ffice

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice.............. ....... ..................
In rsta C m C m
te te om erce om ission -----------------------P b B ild gs a d P b P rk ofth N
u lic u in n u lic a s
e ation C
al apital.
S ith ian Institution.................... .......................
m son
U S G g p ic B .......... ...............................
. . eo ra h oard
...............................................
V. S S ip in B
. h p g oard
USV
. . eteran B reau
s' u ----------------- -------------------D artm t of A
ep
en
gricu re............. ........................
ltu
D artm t o C m
ep
en f om erce............ ................. _........
D artm t of th In
ep
en
e terior--------- -----------------------D artm t o Ju
ep
en f stice...... .......................................
D artm t o L or....................... ............. ..........
ep
en f ab
Navy D
epartm
ent_...... . -............ ..........................
P st O Department.,.... .............. ...................-.
o ffice
S D
tate epartm
ent...................... ............................
_
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent____ ____ _ ____ .____ _____
W D
ar epartm t................ .....................................
en
D
istrict o C
f olum
bia............... ........................ .........
T
otal______ _____________________________
G e 9, $ ,200to $ ,700; avera e, $3,450rad
3
3
g
E tive O
xecu
ffice___ ___________ ____ ____ ______
A erican B
m
attle M
onum
ents C m
om ission. - .___ _____
B
oardof M
ediation___________ ___ .___ .___ ___
B reauof E
u
fficien ...................... ....... .................
cy
C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission
_____ ______ _____ _____
E ployees' C p sation C m
m
om en
om ission_____________
F era B
ed l oard fo V
r ocation E cation
al du
_______ _____
F era R io C m
ed l ad om ission
___ ___ _________ _____
_______ __________ ____
Fd l T eC m
e era rad om ission
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice.........................................
In
tersta C m
te om erce Com ission..____ _____ _____
m
N
ation A
al dvisory C m
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics________
P b B ild gs an P blic P s o th N
u lic u in
d u
ark f e ation C
al apital.
S ith ian Institution_______ _____ _______ ___
m son
T
ariff C m
om ission________________________ ___
USG
. . eogra h B ........ ................ ...................
p ic oard
U S S ip in B a ________ _______________ _
. . h p g o rd
_
USV
. . eteran B reau ...... ................. ...............
s’ u .....
D artm t of A
ep
en
gricu re......................... ...............
ltu
D
epartm t of C m
en
om erce______ ____ ____________
D
epartm t of th In
en
e terior__ ___________ ____ ____
D
epartm t o J stice___ _____________ ___ _____
en f u
D artm t o L
ep
en f abor________ ___ _____ _________
N D
avy epartm
ent__________ __________ _______
P st O D
o ffice epartm
ent..................................... ......
S D
tate epartm
ent............................. .......... ....... .
T
reasu Departm
ry
ent.... ... ...... ______________
W D
ar epartm t____________________ _________
en
D
istrict of C
olum
bia............................. ...................
Total.............................. ........... .......................
G e 8, $ ,900 to$ ,400; a era e, $3,150rad
2
3
v g
E tive O
xecu
ffice............................... .......................
B reau of E
u
fficiency................... .............................
C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission...........................................
C m
om ission of F e Arts............. .............................
in
E p
m loyees* C p sation C m
om en
om ission........................
F eral P er C m
ed
ow om ission
................................ .......
F era T
ed l rade C m
om ission
.......................... ........... .
G eral A n g O
en
ccou tin ffice.......................................... j




$3,800

$3,800

3
E ployees' C p sation C m
m
om en
om ission
____ ________
P w r m i? flio i .
o er n m ? T
... -

l

7

3,667
3,750
3,525
3,500
3,613
3,744
3,750
3,700
3,700
3,667
3,750
3,672
3,691
3,600
3,687
3,600
3,880
3,731
3,675
3,740
3,662
3,600

125,500
50,400
29,499
14,400
19,400
29,850
14,700
2
65,524
29,300
25,200

26
5

3,697

4

33.7
1
8
1
4

3,250
3,400
3,200
3,350
3,378
3,367
3,500
3,500
3,290
3,345
3,426
3,700
3,325
3,400
3,327
3,300
3,400
3,450
3,405
3,407
3,348
3,417
3,378
3,440
3,420
3,290
3,389
3,356
3,393

169,050
252,641
207,850
90,400
20,500
30,400
51,600
123,102
32,900
1,142,216
60,400
47,500

780.2

3,393

2,646,657

2
2

2,950
3,100
3,066
3,200
2,900
2,900
3,010
2,067

2

4
4
1
6
1
6
2
1
1

3
22

1
8
3 .
4
1
4
8

4
5
8

4
7
1
8

1
1

4
9
3
1
1
10
22

4
1
1
4
3
1
5
1

3
4
9
74.2
6
1
2
7
6

9
1
5
3
6
10

0
1
1
1
1
0
4t

E ated ex en itu s, 1 2
stim
p d re 9 9
A
verage
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y
lo ees

A
verage
T
sa ry j saotals
la
la
rie
ra
te I

E en ed an o lig ted 1 2
xp d
d b a , 98
A
verage
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y
lo ees

1

$3,800

$3,800

1
1

11,000

3
2

3,667
3,750
3,560

11,000

7,500
14,100
14,000
5
7,800
59,900
7,500
3,700
3,700

25
.
1.3

8
6

3,581
3,728
3,750
3,700
3,700
3,700
3,715
3,678
3,672
3,612
3,687
3,700
3,880
3,729
3,675
3,739
3,662
3,617

5
7,300
59,650
7,500
3,700
3,700
7,400
74,300
66,470
58,750
53,460
29,499
7,400
19,400
26,100
14,700
272,924
29,300
21,700

946,374

227.8

3,697

13,000
3,400
3,200
13,400
30,400

4
0.7

3,250
3,400
3,200
3,300
3,378
3,367
3,500
3,500
3,350
3,300
3,419
3,700
3,325
3,400
3,279

11,001

82,500
66,100

10,100

3,500
3,500
32,900
73,600
140,498
3,700
13,300
10,200

49,900
3,300
10,200

5,900
6,200

27,600
3,200
2,900
2,900
30 1 0
; 0
130,100

1.9

2
1
1
2
20

1 .1
8
1
6
148
8
2

5
7
4
7
3

1

4
9
3
1
1
6
22

4
3
1

4
3
1
4
3
4
9
73.9
66.9
2
8

Total
sa rie
la s

$3,300
3,500
3,420
3,588

$3,300
3,500
8,550
4,665
3,600
46,592
4
9,461
7,000
3,400
3,600
5,400
68,230
49,644
50,387
47,669
30,9 1
5
7,016
18,426
23,378

6

3,600
3,376
3,584
3,500
3,400
3,600
3,600
3,517
3,496
3,451
3,429
3,517
3,508
3,760
3,542
3,556
3,587
3,474
3,292

3 6,091
3
27 9
,7 1
19,758

8
42,298

25
3

3,528

829,077

13,000
2,380
3,200
13,200
30,400

4

3,000

12, o a
o

1.7
4
13.5

3,184
3,284
3,041
3,228
3,400

5,412
13,13©
41,050
5,810
3,409

3,220
3,095
3,250
3,500
3,034
3,100
3,142

16,100
69,950
17 8
3 ,4 1
3,500
9,102
9,300
21,051
5,054
131,300
213,118
205,098
88,904
1
5,678
36,813
46,282
111,372
34,435
999,106
52,213
47,960

7,500
6,745

1

1
6
1
6

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

10,100

3,500
3,500

13.8
13.8
2
1
1

1.5
19.4
14.2
14.6
13.9
8.8
2

4.9
6.6

3
93.7
8

1.8
1

20,100

5

72,600
146,998
3,700
13,300

22.6

10,200

45,590

42.3
1

3
3
6.7

335.7
1
8
1
4

3,400
3,428
3,410
3,423
3,343
3,417
3,355
3,440
3,420
3,290
3,390
3,356
3,393

167,972
251,999
229,020
93,600
20,5>
C0
36,900
51,600
123,102
32,900
1,138,175
60,400
47,500

14.1
35.4
11.3
306.6
16.5
15.1

3,369
3,250
3,244
3,250
3,100
3,136
3,120
3,282
3,146
3,047
3,259
3,770
3,176

783.2

3,392

2,655,636

724.7

3,220

2,334,625

2
2

2

2,700

5,400

6
1
1

2,950
3,050
3,100
3,200
2,900

18,600
3,200
2,900

5.6
1
0.1

%8 2
3
3,000
2,700

15,860
3,000
20
7

5
4
4

2,85
5

15,000
130,000

5
445

2,977
2,755

14,885
1 %6 0
2 0

6

1
1
1
5
3
6
10

3,120

10,200

5,900

1.5
40.4
65.7
63.1
28.6
5

10,668

11.8

6,100

BUDGET STATEMENTS

a

109

N o . 30.— Statement

summarizing and comparing by classification services and grades for the fiscal years 1930, 1929 , and
the average number of employees, the average salary rates, and the total salaries of the personnel of the executive
departments and independent establishments in the District of Columbia, classified under the act of March 4 , 1923 , as
amended— Continued
1928 ,

E ated exp d res, 1 3
stim
en itu
90
C ssifica nse ice a d g d by d artm t o estab m t A erage
la
tio rv n ra e
ep
en r
lish en
v
nm
u ber
o em
f ­
p y
lo ees
C
lerical, ad in
m istrative, an fisca serv
d
l
ice— on u
C tin ed.
G e8, $ ,9 0 to$3,400; a erage, $3,150— on u .
rad
20
v
C tin ed
In
tersta C m
te om erce C m
om ission............. .................
P b B ild gs an P blic P s of th N
u lic u in
d u
ark
e ation C
al apital.
S ith ian Institution____ ______ _____ ________
m son
U 8 . S ip in Board..____ ____________ ____ ___
.
h p g
U S V te n B
. . e ra s* ureau..................... ...... ........... .....
D artm t of A
ep
en
gricu re_____________ _________
ltu
D artm t of C m
ep
en
om erce............ ................ ............
D artm t of th In
ep
en
e terior........ ................ ...............
D artm t of J stice___ ________ _________ ____
ep
en
u
D artm t of L
ep
en
abor......... ........ ........... ........... ......
N D
avy epartm t............... .......... ...... ....... ...........
en
P O eD
ost ffic epartm
ent........................... ................
S te Departm
ta
ent........ ...... ........... ................ .......
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent..................... ....... ................
W D artm t................... ............ ....................
ar ep
en
D
istrict of C
olum
bia____________ _____ ____ ____
T
otal__________ _____ _________ ____ ______
G e 7, $ ,6 0 to $3,100; a erage, $2,850rad
20
v
E tive O
xecu
ffice.________ ______ _______________
A erican B
m
attle M
onum
ents C m
om ission...... ....... ......
B
oard o M
f ediation________________ __________ _
B a of T A
o rd ax ppeals................ ..............................
B reauo E
u
f fficien
cy______________________ _____
C S ice Com ission...... ....... .................... ......
ivil erv
m
E ployees' C p sation C m
m
om en
om ission.. .......... .........
F d lB
e era oard fo V
r ocation E u
al d cation
........................
F d ra P w C m
e e l o er om ission. _ ................... ...... .........
F d ra T e C m
e e l rad om ission ........... ............ ..........
.....
G era A n g O
en l ccqu tin ffice____ ________ ______ ___
In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission...............................
N
ation A
al dvisory C m
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics...............
S ith n nInstitution____ _______ _____ ______
m so ia
T rifTC m
a
om ission___________ _____ ________ ___
U S S ip in B a .......... .....................................
. . h p g o rd
U S. V
.
eteran B reau
s’ u ........ .................... ................
D artm t of A
ep
en
gricu re____________ __________
ltu
D artm t of C m
ep
en
om erce. ........... ............................
D
epartm t of th In
en
e terior......................... ...... .........
D artm t of Ju
ep
en
stice______ _________ ____ _____
D artm t of L
ep
en
abor.................. .............................
N D
avy epartm
ent. ................................ ...............
P st O D
o ffice epartm
ent....... ...... .......... ............ .......
S te D
ta epartm
ent................... ............... ............... .
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent................... ................. .........
W D
ar epartm t........ ...................................... ......
en
D
istrict of Colum
bia..........................*....................
Total____________________ ________________
G e 6, $2 0 to $ ,800; av g $ ,5 0
rad
,3 0 2
era e, 2 5 —
E tive O
xecu
ffice.............................. .............. ..........
A erica B
m n attle M
onum
ents C m
om ission
.............. .....j
Ba o M
o rd f ediation
....
__ ......_ _
_
_
B a o T Appeals.______ ____ ____ ___________
o rd f ax
B rea o E
u u f fficien
cy......... .......... ......... ..................
C S rv C m
ivil e ice om ission_________________ ____ _
E p
m loyees’ C p sation C m
om en
om ission.... ...................
F d l P er C m
e era ow om ission .
__
__
_
F d ra T
e e l rade C m
om ission
............. ............ ..............
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice........... .............................
In
tersta C m
te om erce C m
om ission.............. ...... ....... .
N
ation A
al dvisory C m
om ittee fo A
r eronautics....... .......
P b B ild gs an P blic P s of th N
u lic u in
d u
ark
e ational C
apital.
S ith n Institution............... .......... ........ ........
m so ian
T
arifi C m
om ission............ ................... -........... . -V. S. S ip in B
h p g oard --------------------------- ---------V. S V
. eteran B
s' ureau........................ -........... .......
D artm t of A
ep
en
griculture................................... ......




32
5

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

$99,002
15,800
3,300

E atedex en itu 1 2
stim
p d res, 9 9
A
verage
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y
lo ees

6,000

2

1 ,400
2
69,199
40,500
6,300
286,576
64,200
29,900

4
2
3
1
3

21
10

$3,094
3,160
3,300
3,000
3,150
3,117
3,100
3,063
3,000
3,100
3,145
3,115
3,150
3,115
3,057
2,990

47
5

3,087

1,410,923

7

2 71
, 7

19,400

1
2

47
46
50

3
8
2

4
22

1
3
2

92

5

6,000

1 8,050
4
1
43,397
165,000
1 6,399
1

21

2,760
2,850
2,800
2,671
2,600
2,800
3,000
2,729
2,641
2,851
2,900
2,800
2,836
2,914
2,860
2,804
2,777
2,729
2,867
2,767
2,807
2,826
2,805
2,820
2,737
2,795

13,800
5,700
28,000
18,700
5,200
2,800
3,000
49,122
377,600
210,980
2,900
8,400
31,200
20,398
458,850
288,056
361,154
3
61,583
43,003
66,401
115,096
144,125
42,075
947,360
188,839
58,7 0
C

1,390.2

2,786

3,872,442

2,425
2,600
2,400
2,550
2.555
2,473
2,429
2,650
2,500
2,376
2,477
2,550
2,500
2,522
2,471
2,489
2,550
2,514

9,700
2,600
2,400
5,100

2
10

i
2
1
1

1
8
13
4
7
4
1

3
11

7
11
6
102.7
10
3
132.5
1
5
2
4
4
1
5
1
1
5
36
3
6
9

4
1

\
2

4
11

7
2

1
6
14
7
9
5
2

3
9
7
9
4
1
107.2

10,220

27,200
17,000
5,300
40,000
413,400
235,314
5,100
7,500
22,700
17,300
22,401
104,650
269,476

3
1
5

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

E en ed an o ligated 1 2
xp d
d b
, 98
A
verage
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y
lo ees

$95,602
15,800
3,300

31.2
5

6,000

1.3
48.4
42:5

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

$2,917 i
2,880 1
3,100 1
2,931
2,892
2,948
2,957
2,883
2,776
2,930
3,037
2,881
3,212
2,966
2,883
2,776

T
otal
sa rie
la s

6,000

1.0

12,400
7
2,399
40,500
6,300
289,472
64,200
29,900

3.9

21
10

$3,084
3,160
3,300
3,000
3,096
3,133
3,120
3,059
3,000
3,100
3,148
3,116
3,150
3,113
3,057
2,990

414.2

3,084

1,277,638

423.1

2,912

7
3
5

19,400
90
3
13,800
5,600
27,200
18,700
7,800
2,800
3,000
33,504
364,600
234,875
2,800
8,400
31,300
14,700
444,042
287,336
304,454
363,216
45,600
7 2
4,6 1
17 0
1 ,7 1
144 2
,1 5
42,075
92 0
4 ,7 1
188,624
58,700

7

2,514
3,000
2,653
2,600
2,674
2,431
2,659
2,700

17,600
3,000
11,676
5,200
27,275
6 , C9 '
3 4
7,180
2,700

129.2
7
8
I
3
10.7
5.2
146.2
94.1
93.6
132.5
15.3
21.5
40.3
48.8
15.6
403.6
60.6
20.3

2,642
2,451
2,672
2,400
2,533
2,484
2,824
2,488
2,791
2,595
2,557
2,796
2,573

21

2,771
3,100
2,760
2,800
2,720
2,671
2,600
2,800
3,000
2,792
2,642
2,830
2,800
2,800
2,845
2,940
2,741
2,801
2,768
2,731
2,850
2,743
2,802
2,826
2,805
2,822
2,738
2,795

j
2,675 |
2,567 1
2,673
2,661
2,576

31,176
316,642
208,439
2,400
7,600
26,678
14,685
363,746
262,664
242,872
338,784
42,779
55,327
105,810
130,559
40,045
1,078,694
154,628
52.302

1,372

2,772

3,802,604

1,385.9

2,608

3,614,300

2,425
2,500
2,400
2.700
2,500
2,473
2,430
2,650
2,500
2,377
2,470
2,550
2,500
2,522
3,471
2,600
2,505
2,518

9,700
1,750
2,400
2,700

3.9
0.3

2,200

8,556
65
7

1

10,000

3.4
9.7
3.5

2,600
2,347
2,269

22,010

2,220

7,772
34,824
379,025
216,876
4,800
6,600
13,616
20,206
1 ,521
0
84,274
247,084

1
2

4
6
43.2
20

3
7

2

9
3

2
10

7
3
1
1
12

18
3
8
3
1

3
11

5
12
6
102.6
110

13
3
1
6
27.2
4
2
5
1
1
5
34
3
68.9

4
0.7
1
1

4 1
U
7.4
2

1
6
12
7
9
9
2

3
9
7
4
4
2
16
0

1 ,4 6
42 1
1 5,350
3
62,400
1 3,199
1

27,200
17,980
5,300
40,000
408,800
*44,514
5,100
7,500
22,700
17,300
10,400
16 1
0 *2 0
266,943

1

21.1

33.1
21

10.9
1.1
112.2

20.3
10

1

4.4
2
10.2

26.3
2.7
1
11.8

14.8
14
7 .1
95.6

2,626

2,250

2

2,353
2,177
2,269
2,400

3

2,200

6
8.8

2,253
2,306
2,505
2,328
2,350

4.2
36.2
106.1

$90,998
14,400
3,100
3,810
139 7
,9 3
1
25,298
62,395
95,415
5,274
11,430
63,768
31,408
3,533
332,840
58,535
27,758
1,231,950

2,600
7,980

A llO

the

BUDGET, 1930

N o . 30 .-—Statement summarizing and comparing by classification services and grades jor thejiscal years 1930, 1929, and
1928, the arerage number oj employees, the average salary rates, and the total salaries oj the personnel oj the executive

departments and independent establishments in the District oj Columbia, classified under the act oj March 4 ,1923, as
amended— Continued

C ssifica n serv an g d by d artm t o estab m t A erage
la
tio
ice d ra e
ep en r
lish en
v
n m er
u b
o em
f ­
p y
lo ees
C
lerical, ad in
m istrative, a d fisca serv
n
l
ice— on u
C tin ed.
G d 6, $2,300 to $2,8 0 avera e, $
ra e
0;
g 2,550— on u .
C tin ed
D
epartm t of C m
en
om erce..... ....................................
D artm t o th In
ep
en f e terior............ ................ ...........
D artm t o J stice--------------- ------------- ..-----ep
en f u
D artm t o Labor... . --------------- ------...-------ep
en f
N D
avy epartm t-------- ----- ----------- ------- -------- en
P st O D
o ffice epartm t-------- --------- ------ -----------en
S te D
ta epartm
ent..------------ ----------------------------T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent_____________ ____ _______ ..
W D
ar epartm t--- ---------------------------------------en
D
istrict o C
f olum
bia................................. ........... .

T
otal
sa rie
la s

31
2
15
1
2
4

$2,500
240
, 1
2,551
2,481
2,506
2,513
2,499
2,529
2,452
2,515

Total........ .............................................. ...........

1,423

2,4 0
S

3,529, 2 0
9

G e 5 $2,000to $
rad ,
2,500; a era e, $2,250v g
E tive pfflee--- ------ ------------ -------- -------------xecu

1

2,200

A erage
v
n m er
u b
o em
f ­
p y
lo ees

Total_______ __________ _____ _____ _______

2

2,250

2

2,100

2
9

2,185
2,230
2,233
2,144
2,235
2,141
2, 2 0
5

12
6
10

1
7
31
1
9
5
4
3

666,000

11
6
7
3
49
6
17
8
6
2

2,143
2,198
2,180
2,203
2,224
2,160
2,224
2,165
2,157

213,758
8,800
6,600
44,700
18,096
337,500
508,114
646,962
439,306
85,707
137,359
244,499
358,098
157,720
1,043,021
404,780
133,725

2,582,8

2,196

5,671,241

1.920
1.920
1,950
1,913
1,924
1
,944
1,930 i

5,760
1,920
4,80
4 5
4,200
107,132
28,860
9,720
11,580

1,936
1,893 1
1 S9
, 3
1,920
1,890
1,900
1
,914
1,9 6
C
1,950
1,926
1,914
1,890
1,893
1,881
1,911

4,52
2 9
503,580
176 9
,4 3
11,520
18,900
3 , C2
4 0
45,940
24,778
7
42,950
791,301
963,133
554,704
134,338
127,928
382,148

20
8

10
5
229.8
24
9
25
0
3
9
6
3
111

G d 4, $1,800to $2,I Oaveiage, $ ,960ra e
C;
1
E tive O
xecu
ffice.............. .......................................
3
A erican B
m
attle M
onum
ents C m
om ission_ _____
_
1
B
oard o T A
f ax ppeals...................... ........................
2
3
B reau o E
u
f fficien
cy___________________________
2
C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission______________ ________
5
6
E ployees’ C p sation C m
m
om en
om ission __ . _____ _
1
5
F era B
ed l oard fo V
r ocation l E
a ducation
_____ ____ _
_
6
F era P w C m
ed l o er om ission.._________ ___________
6
F era R io C m
ed l ad om ission
____________________ _
F era T e C m
ed l rad om ission...................... . ______
22
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice_______________________
26
6
In
tersta C m
te om erce C m
om ission______ __________
9
1
N
ation A
al dvisory C m
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics________
6
P b B ild gsa d P blic P so th N
u lic u in n u
ark f e ational C
apital.
10
S ith ian Institution________________________
m son
17.9
T
ariff C m
om ission........ ...........................................
2
4
U S. S ip in B a _________ _________________
.
h p g o rd
1
3
U 8. V
.
eteran B
s’ ureau................. ...... ......................
31
8
Department of A
gricu re............................. ...........
ltu
410.9
Department of Commerce.......................................... ! 503.1
Department of the Interior................ ........................
293.5
Department of Justice................................................1 7
1
Department of Labor..*.............................................j
6
8
Navy Department.... ............................................... 1 20
0




42,750
4,200
63,355
26,756
13,400
21,440
37,995

2,200
2,200

225
, 3
2, 2 2
6

2,250
2,211
2,201

2,100

A erage
v
n m er
u b
o em
f ­
p y
lo ees

A era e
v g
sa ry
la
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

144
.1
6.7
23.5
50.8
89.8
12.3
367.8
1 5.7
1
2
3

$2.617
2,237
29
,3 1
2,333
2,349
2,303
2,464
2,374
2,293
2,271

$225,089
322,397
16,022
54.831
119,323
206,818
30.307
8 ,1 1
73 3
265,335
52,124

1,399

246
, 6

3,449, 3 2
3

1,391.3

2,324

3,232,735

1

2,200
2,200
2,200

2,200

1
0.8
2
20
1.6

2,000

2,000

9
7
149.7
8

2
7
5
1
9
5
12

33
2
114.9
2
4

86

2,224
2,163
2,229
2,166
2,133

60
6
4,400
48,993
4,200
63,355
28,496
13,400
17,600
39,996
662,000
207,100
8,800
6,600
42,700
4,500
352,344
499,274
592,586
436,038
85,707
1
45,712
2 0,986
3
355,875
1
53,610
1,048,935 1
405,178 1
130,225 I

2,550

2,193

5 £91,470 | 2,504.4
,

3
2
5

1,920
1,860
1,890

2

2,100

4,400
B rd f ediation
o
2,200 a o M

1
9

T
otal
sa rie
la s

$243,028
359,603
20,300
67,022
125 9
,3 5
238,980
29,988
8 ”, 2 3
1 9
2187
8, 5
60,369

2,200

12

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

$2,505
2,402
2,537
2,482
2,459
2,516
2,499
2,530
2 43
, 5
2, 5 5
1

$325,058
3 8 91
4, 0
17,860
6 , 022
2
12 81
3, 0
2120
4, 8
29,988
811,768
281,983
60,369

......................... ........................
B
eard o Tax A
f
ppeals------------------------- -------------B reauo Efficiency.,...............................................
u
f
C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission--------------------- -------------E p
m loyees' C p satio Com ission... . ------------om en n
m
F era B
ed l oard fo V
r ocation Education.._................. .
al
F era R
ed l adio C m
om ission.--------------------------- ----F era T
ed l rade C m
om ission______________________
G era A n g Office................... ....................
en l ccou tin
In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission-------------- ---------P blic B ild gs an P blic P rk o th N
u
u in
d u
a s f e ation C
al apital.
S ith ianInstitution----------------------- -----------m son
T
ariff C m
om ission--- --------- ------ ---------------------U S. S ip in Board..................... — ................ .
.
h p g
T. S. V
J
eteran B reau -------------------- ----------------s' u
D
epartm t of A
en
gricu re--------------------- ------- ----ltu
D
epartm t o C m
en f om erce........ ...... ...... ...... ... ____
D
epartm t o th In
en f e terior______________________
D
epartm t o J stice...............................................
en f u
D
epartm t o L
en f abor____________ ____________
_
N D
avy epartm
ent............ .....................................
P st O D
o ffice epartm t______________ __________
en
S D
tate epartm
ent__ ___ _ ..____________ _______
_
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent_______ ____ _ _____ _____
W D
ar epartm
ent....................................... ..............
D
istrict of C
olum
bia_________ _________ _______ _

10
3
144.8
7
2
5
5
3
9
6

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

E en ed an ob a , 1 2
xp d
d lig ted 9 8

E ated ex en itu 1 2
stim
p d res, 9 9

E ated ex en itu 1 3
stim
p d res, 9 0

03
.
2
22
2

2
9
12.8
6
8

1
8
39
0
9
3
4
3
1
9
2

19
5
225.6
29
6
203.7
3
9
66.3
14
0
10
6
7
1
470.5
187.1
6
1

0.8

5
4
1
5
5
5
3
2
6
26
6
9
6
5
10

16.9
2
3
8

31
9
407.3
389.6
25 7
9.
7
1
73.3
19a7

2,227
2,100

2,185
2,226
2,233
2,200
2,222

2,142
2,227
2,200
2,200

2,247
2,250
2,216
2,213
2,203
2,141
2,198
2,198
2,221

1,918
1,924
1,944
1,956 ;
1,900
1,915
1,893
1,919
1,920
1,890
1,905
1,949
1,950
1
,933
1,927
1,908
1,889
1,883
1,870
1,917

5,760
1,488
47,264
4,200 1
103,548
28,860
9,720
9,780
5,700
49,790
503,580
184,197
9,600
18,900
32,190
44,830
15,600
755 0
,8 3
786,142
743,488
568,708
134,388
1 7 ne
3,
366,603

2
8
10.8
6

1.3
17.5
305.1
92.4
4
2.4
18.7
3
151.2
215.1
243.3
199.9
35.4
61.6
96.2
161.2
66.1

511.1
182.2
59.3

3
20.5
2

4
4
12.2

5
3.3
23.8
266.9
95.5
4
10

14.3
21.3
6.1
35
8
381.6
371.4
288.4
6
4
eaa
14
7

1
,920
2,100

2,069
2,096
2,054
1,991
2,100

2,090
2,100

1,996
2,078
1,970
2,037
2,103
2,153
2,073
2,072
2,073
2,003
2,063
2,065
2,055
2,045
1,914
2,095
2,029
1,965 1
!
2,044
1,720

1,536
4,200
41,391
3,364
67,514
21,500
12,600
2,717
36,750
609,083
192,006
7,880
4,889
39,330
6,459
313,438
445,649
504,395
400,410
73,026
127,175
197,653
329,655
126,566
1,070,560
369,776
116,547
5,118,057
5,160

1,775
36,390
2,040
4,080
1,812
79,720
1,857
22,654
1,853 I
9,263
1
-------------1,776
5,861
1,824
4 ,411
3
1,806
482,130
1,812
173,002
1,815
7,260
1,734
17,340
1,703
24,360
15
,8 1
39,419
11,260
1,846
1,846
710,710
1,833
699,636
1,806
670,473
620,637
1,805
1,801
115,264
1,779
107,104
315,464
1,813

BUDGET STATEMENTS

A 111

N o. 30.—Statement summarizing and comparing by classification services and grades jor the fiscal years 193 0 , 1929 , and
1928, the average number oj employees, the average salary rates, and the total salaries oj the personnel oj the executive

departments and independent establishments in the District oj Columbiat classified under the act oj March 4
amended— Continued
E ated ex en itu s, 1 3
stim
p d re 9 0
verage
C ssifica n se ice an g d by d artm t o estab m t A
la
tio rv
d ra e
ep
en r
lish en
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y
lo ees
C
lerical, ad in
m istrative, an fisca serv
d
l
ice—C tin ed
on u .
G e 4 $ ,8 0 to$2,100; a era e, $1,950— on u .
rad , 1 0
v g
C tin ed
P st O e D
o ffic epartm
ent............ ................................
S te D
ta epartm
ent------------------------------------------T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent...............................................
W D artm t............. ........................................
ar ep
en
D
istrict o C
f olum
bia----------------------------------------

A era e
v g
sa ry
la
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

E ated ex en itu 1 2
stim
p d res, 9 9
A
verage
verage
n m er i A la
u b
sa ry
o em
f ­
ra
te
p y
lo ees

T
otal
sa rie
la s

, 1923,

as

E en ed an o liga , 1 2
xp d
d b ted 9 8
A
verage
n m er
u b
o em
f ­
p y
lo ees

1

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

23
0
7
8
86
7
45
1
18
0

$1,928
1,882
1
,932
1
,900
1
,912

$ 9 ,5 3
31 2
16 8 5
4, 4
1 9 ,63
,6 2 4
78 35
8, 8
26 73
0, 1

23
0
7
3
85
7
414.6
17
0

$1,928
1,885
13
,9 8
1,900
1
,787

$ 91,523
3
13 ,6 4
72
1,695,806
7
87,686
11 6
9 ,3 0

200.7
71.3
805.8
402.6
98.2

$1,813
1,748
1
,846
1,810
1,774

$6
3 3,877
14 7
2 ,6 3
1,487, 5 6
6
7
28,607
14 2 5
7, 1

4,168. 4

1
,919

7,999, 4 8
8

4,054.9

1
,913

7 759,154
,

3,835.1

1,820

6,979,425

1,800
1,080
1.752
1
,770
170
, 5

1
0.2

1,800
1,740
1
,752
1,750
1,703

1
,680
1B
,5 0
1,652
1,625
1,607
1,625
1,606
1,604

13,660
12 57
0, 0
1,35
7 4
1 ,1 7
69

Fd l B
e era adio Com ission,..__________ _________
m
1
6
Fd lT eC m
e era rad om ission---------------------------------4
4
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice__________________ ___ _
37
1
In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission---------- ------ --------15
6
N
ation A
al dvisory C m
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics________
6
P b B ild gs an P b P sof th N
u lic u in
d u lic ark
e ational C
apital.
2
5
S ith ian Institution---- -----------------------------m son
14.7
T
ariff C m
om ission__________ ___________ _____
3
1
1
U. S. G ra h B
eog p ic oard______ ____ _______ _____
1
4
U S S ip in B
. . h p g oard-*...................................... .......
U.S. V
eteran B reau
s' u -------------------------------------- 1,108
D
epartm t of A
en
griculture---------------------------------691.6
D artm t o C m
ep
en f om erce..........................................
802.3
31
9
D artm t o th Interior........ ................... .........
ep
en f e
T
epartm o Ju
ent f stice------------ --------------------------18
1
I'epartm t o Labor.------------ ------------------- ------en f
16
3
Navy D
epartm
ent....... ...........................................
57
1
25
1
P O eD
est ffic epartm
ent.............................................
S D
tate epartm
ent_____ ____ ___________________
16
6
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent------------ ------------------------- - 1,535.2
64
0
W D
ar epartm t..... ................................................
en
D
istrict of C
olum
bia.................................................
11
6

1,800
38
4
8,760
2,70
2 4
13,624
134,8 C
8
2,95
3 1
17,400
6, 5 2
3
2,60
6 4
00,324
55 00
4, 4
2
86,143
7,080
4 ,04
3 8
25,575
50,700

1,680
1,590
10,408

1
,724
1,7 4
6
1,6 7
3
1,6 8
5
1,7 9
5
1,719
1,752
1,770
1,723
1,740
1
,726
1,680
1
,719
1,770
11
,7 5
1,728
1,7 3
2
11
,7 6
1
,704
1
,724
1,748
1,684
1,747
1,716
13
,7 5

1,800
80
4
S7 0
. 6
1, 4 0
9 7
14,000
14 80
3, 8
2,80
5 6
17,640
1 ,459
1
26,520
7,36
7 £
545,040
289,173
10,620
43,084
2,55
5 7
53,520
1,680
24,066
1,661,160
1,186,005
1,386,428
673,620
22 56
0, 2
21 74
3, 9
891,447
375,907
279,659
2,681,548
1,036,292
279,276

14.3
19.4

1,632
1,614
1,627
1,651
1,650
1,602
1
,594
1,629

446
, 0
8,82
7 0
58 85
1, 2
2 5 51
3, 9
4 90
, 5
3,60
3 4
2,73
2 9
31,5 4
G

5
1,124
679.6
629.3
378.6
16
1
133.5
494.9
24
1
17
5
1,603.2
605.5
16
5

1,748
1,717
1,736

8,820
1,973,744
1,167, 5 7
2
1, 0 1 0
8 ,3 6
6 2 81
5, 8
19 20
9, 8
2
27,678
80 20
6, 3
374,137
2
65,110
2 82 52
, 0, 3
1 039,133
,
270,840

6.9
1,165.7
610.8
50
8 .1
381.7
118.4
125.7
476.5
213.7
144.9
1,660.9
611.7
148.6

1,693
17
,6 1
1,616
1,630
1,631
1,5t3
1,612
1,628
1,640
1,5 1
3
1,654
1,619
1,587

11,682
1 947,885
,
987,292
9 5 61
4, 6
622,710
18 5
8 ,6 3
2 2 63
0, 4
75 73
7, 1
30 47
5, 4
221.955
2 746,329
,
t£0,0t5
235,813

T
otal......... ....................... .................................. 7,216.3

1,735

12,517,045

7,055.2

1,733

12,228,603

6, t36.3

1,637

11,351,958

G e 2 $ ,440to$1,740; a era e, $ ,560—
rad , 1
v g 1
A erican B
m
attle M
onum
ents C m
om ission
........ .. .......
2.5
Ba o M
o rd f ediation.------- --------------------------------4
20
B
oard of T A
ax ppeals......................... ........... ..........
3
B rea of E
u u
fficien
cy.......... ................................ ......
58.1
C S ice Com ission.----------- ---------------------ivil erv
m
3
4
E ployees' C pen
m
om sation C m
om ission..... ...... ............
3
F era B
ed l oard fo V
r ocation Education............... .......
al
1
F era P er C m
ed l ow om ission
7
F era R
ed l adio C m
om ission................. .......................
1
9
F d ra T e C m
e e l rad om ission--------------------------- -----29
8
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice---------------- -----------------16
7
In
tersta C m
te om erce C m
om ission
...............................
4
N
ation A
al dvisory C m
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics------------P b B ild gsan P b P sof th N
u lic u in
d u lic ark
e ation C
al apital.
3
10
S ith n Institution--------------- --------------------m so ian
2
3
T
ariff C m
om ission...................................................
3
7
IT S S ip in Board......................... ....... ..............
. . h p g
1,166
U. S V
. eteran B
s' ureau......* ........ ........................ .
487.5
D
epartm t o A
en f gricu re.............. ...........................
ltu
D artm t of Com erce......................................... i,ooai
ep
en
m
216.6
D
epartm t of th In
en
e terior........................................ 70
D artm t ofJ stice.............................................—
ep
en
u
12
5
403
Navy D
epartm
ent.....................................................
aiao
P O D
oet ffice epartm
ent___ __________ __________

1
,560
1,500
1,590
1,500
1
,504
1
,518
1,620
1,560
1
,482
1,516
1,548
1,554
1,560
1,500
1,608
1
,558
1
,506
1,590
1,532
14
,5 1
14
,5 ft
1,514
1,512
1,533
1,568

3,900
6,240
31,800
4,500
87,373
51,612
4,860
1,560
10,380
28,804
447,300
273,353
6,240
4,500
16,078
35,840
53,722
1,853,940
746 1
,7 6
1,540,903
34 0
3 ,8 1
119,611
189,998
017,023
330,093

3.6
4
1
8
3
52.1
35.9
3
1.5

1,522
1,560
1,583
1,460
1,504
1,518
1,620
1,500
1,500
1,516
1,548
1,5 1
3
1,540
1,500
1,608
1,588
1,509
1,568
1,533
1,518
1,553
1,514
1,518
1,544
1,568

5,479
6,240
28,4 5
S
4,380
78,363
54,496
4,860
2,250
9,000
28,804
447,300
266,410
4,620
4,800
16,078
31,750
28,671
1,861,216
74
2 ,982
1,028,535
330,087
1 9,011
1
195,914
551,654
330,067

1,380
1,453
1,440
1,379
1,407
1,400
1,540

3,588
5,812
31,433
4,413
78,780
32,340
4,620

1,320
1,411
1,424
1,410
1,320
1,420
1,429
1,390
1,500
1,470
1,451
1,438
1,474
1,418
1,424
1,438
1,448

4,356
25,680
4270
2, 6
260,223
1,320
4,260
17,580
29,054
27,600
1,795,017
045,644
871,180
318,5 0
C
95,418
148,259
507,571
306,450

T
otal----- ----------- ------------------------------------O e 3, $ ,6 0 to$1,920; a era e, $1,770rad
12
v g
E tive O
xecu
ffice...................... ................................
A erica B
m n attle M um ts C m
on en om ission. ...................
B a of M
o rd
ediation_ ..... ................................. .......
B a of T A
o rd ax ppeals...............................................
B rea of E
u u fficien
cy___________________________
C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission------------------------- ------E p
m loyees’ C p sation C m
om en
om ission_____________
F d ra B
e e l oard fo V
r ocation E cation
al du
______ ______




1

0.5
5
11
8

8
0
1
5
10

1,686

5
1
3
8

8
0
13.8
10

39
.
1
6
5
2
37
1
15
6
4
2
5
14.7
3
0

6

1
9
29
8
14
7
3
3.2
10
20

1
9
1,187
472.8
677.5
212.5
7
9
129.1
357,2
210.9

1,686

1,733
1,740
1,675
16 5
, 6
1,737
1,719
1,734
170
, 7
1,723
1,740
1,690
1,764
176
, 5
1,718
1,718
1,724
1 78
, 1
1,705
1,738
1,748 :
1,688

1
1

6.3
13.6
8.5
63
.1
10.8
10.1

2.7
54.4
318.8
1
42.7
3
21

2.6

4
21.7
3.2
5
6
23.1
3
3.3
18.2
296.8
184.6
1

3
12.3
20.9
18.4
1, 221.1

444.9
005.7
210.2

67.3
104.1
33
5
211.6

22,102

a

112

THE BUDGET, 1930

N o. 30 .—Statement summarizing and comparing by classification services and grades for the fiscal years 1980y 1929, and
1928 , the average number of employees, the average salary rates, and the total salaries of the personnel of the executive
departments and independent establishments in the District of Columbia, classified under the act of March 4 ,1 9 2 3 , as
amended— Continued
E ated ex en itu s, 1 3
stim
p d re 9 0
C ssifica nserv an g d by d artm t o estab m t A
la
tio
ice d ra e
ep
en r
lish en
verage
n m er
u b
of em
­
p
loyees
C
lerical, ad in
m istrative, an fisca serv
d
l
ice— on u .
C tin ed
G e 2, $1,440 to $1,740; av
rad
erage, $1,590— on u
C tin ed.
S D
tate epartm t......................... ............ .............
en
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent............. ........ ................. ......
W D
ar epartm
ent____________ _________ ____ ___
D
istrict of C
olum
bia____ _______________ _____

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

E atedexp d res, 1 2
stim
en itu
99
A erage
v
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y
lo ees

A erage
v
sa ry
la
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

E en ed an ob a , 1 2
xp d
d lig ted 9 8
A erage
v
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y es
lo e

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

9
0
1,974.8
57
6
31
3

$1,512
1
,579
1,519
1,532

$
136,092
3,117, 7 5
0
861,247
507,272

9
0
2,099.3
5
67.1
32
2

$1,512
1,582
1,523
1,535

$136,092
3,320,823
863,659
494,384

109
.1
2,102. 5
565.8
302.3

$1,341
1,479
1,420
1,3 1
9

$146,323
3,109,918
803,580
420,502

Total........................................... - ................. . 7,344.5

1,555

11,424,813

7,068.7

1,553

10,979,620

6,975. 7

1,4 1
5

10,122,313

1,260
1,380
1,410
1,320
1,328
1,305
1,380
1,335
18
,3 1
1,364
1,400
1,380
1,397
1,410
1,318
1,410
1,372
1,373
1,375
1,348
1,337
1,389
1,388
1,390
1,402
1,324
1
,351

38
7
1,380
14,100
1,320
10, 6 0
2
15,660
1,380
5,340
207,120
34,106
4,200
1,380
9,780
2,820
31,632
672,570
225,764
1,121,445
78,260
66,066
60,170
137,490
87,977
23,630
1,021,996
140 8
,7 6
1
16,579

03
.
i!
nj
i■
8!
11.5

54
3
162.3
276.9
57.5
4
9
4
2
103.2
63.4
1
7
800.7
17
0
8
1

1,260
1,380
1,402
1,260
1,328
1,309
1,380
1,335
1,376
1,338
1,400
1,380
1,397
1,410
1,400
1,349
1,373
1
,351
1,374
1,348
1,341
1,394
1,388
1,390
1,417
1,319
1,359

38
7
1,380
15,420
1,260
10,620
15,053
1,380
5,340
217,440
30,780
4,200
1,380
9,780
2,820
8,400
720,366
222.850
374,009
78,981
66,066
56,335
143,826
87,977
23,630
1,134,194
1
41,182
110,519

62
0
159.2
251.8
75.4
45.4
42.1
108.8
61.6
24.2
987.6
1 2.5
1
80.2

1,374
1,293
1,420
1,243
1,227
1,206
1,265
1,277
1,204
1,337
1,260
1,286
1,320
1,320
1,218
1,275
1,267
1,292
1,263
1,242
1,295
1,283
1,280
1,318
1,218
1,195

1,374
14,088
1,846
8,700
1, 71
2 6
1,327
3,C
36
221,775
31,054
3,744
2,520
5,401
2,640
790
, 2
733,236
203,041
38 98
1, 2
J7,4 3
4
57,330
52,279
140,877
79,002
30,976
1,302,047
137,063
95,846

1,382

4,093,949

2,534.5

1,375

3,485,566

2,801.4

1,273

3,566,254

2,600
2,500
2,683

2,600
2,884
2,733

5,200
5,000
2,683
3,667
2,600
2,884
16,400

2,745

38,434
1
3,000
60
3
14,908
10,986
7,200
2,400
9,380

G e l, $1,260 to$
rad
1,560; a erage, $1,410—
v
A erica" pottle M n n ! (^ m issin
m
n iiirip tJ n m n
B
oardof M
ediation....................... ................. .........
B
oard of T A
ax ppeals........ . *...................................
B rea of E
u u fficien
cy---------------- ---------------------C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission------------------------- --------E ployees’ C p sation C m
m
om en
om ission____ ___ _____
F era B
ed l oard fo V
r ocation E cation
al du
___ _________
F era T e C m
ed l rad om ission___ ______________ ___
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice___ ___________ _____ _
_
In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission........ .....................
N
ational A
dvisory C m
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics..............
P blic B ild gs an P
u
u in
d ublic P sof th N
ark
e ational C
apital.
S ith ian Institution_____ ____ ______ _____ ___
m son
T
ariff C m
om ission......................... ........................
U S S ip in Board........................ ..................
. . h p g
U.S. V
etera s* B
n ureau.............................................
D
epartm t of A
en
griculture....... ...... ..........................
D
epartm t of Commerce........................................
en
D artm t of th Interior...__________________
ep
en
e
D
epartm t of J stice.................... ..........................
en
u
D
epartm t of L
en
abor........................................... .....
Navy D
epartm t........................................ .......
en
P O D
ost ffice epartm
ent................ ............................
S D
tate epartm
ent....................................................
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent...............................................
W D
ar epartm t......................................................
en
D
istrict o C
f olum
bia........................................ .......
Total..... ............ ...............................................

0.3
1
10
1
8
12
1

4
150
25

3
1

7
2

2
4
47
7
164.6
815.9
5
7
4
9
4
5
9
9
63.4
1
7
729.2
106.7
86
2,961
.8

1

4
18
5
2
3
3
1

7
2
6

1

10.9
1.3
7
10.4
1.1

2.4
173.7
25.8
2.8
2

4.2
2
6

C stod serv
u ial
ice:
G d 1 , $ ,600 to $ ,100; a erage, $ ,8 0
ra e 0 2
3
v
2 5—
P blic B ild gsan P blic P sof th N
u
u in
d u
ark
e ational C
apital.
S ith ianIn tion
m son
stitu .............................................
U ited S
n
tates V
eteran B reau..................................
s' u
D
epartm t of A
en
gricu re.........................................
ltu
D
epartm t of C m
en
om erce..........................................
T
reasu D
ry epartm t..... .........................................
en
D
istrict o C
f olum
bia.................... ............................

2
2
1
1
2
1
6

2,800
2,800
2,850
2,700
2,700
3,000
2,867

5,600
5,600
2,850
2,700
5,400
3,000
17,200

2
2
1
1
2
1
6

2,800
2,800
2,900
2,700
2,700
3,000
2,867

5,600
5,600
2,900
2,700
5,400
3,000
17,200

Total..................................... ............................

1
5

2,823

42,350

1
5

2,827

42,400

14.4

6
1

14,5 0
0
2,400
14,840 !
12,400 |
7,599 j
2,600 !

6
1

6

%1 7
6

0.3
&3
4.6
3

2,100

24,700

4
9

2,416
2,300
2,515
2,480
2,650
2,600
2,500
2,467

14,500
2,300
14,840
12,400
7,950
2,600

10

2,416
2,400
2,515
2,480
2,533
2,600
2,525
2,470

10,000
22,200

35.9

2,476

89,139 |

34 9

2,480

1
6

2,250

36,000

1

2,100

2,100

5
5
3
5

2,250
2,260
2,233
2,250
2,060

11,250
2,260
6,700
11,252
4,100

1
6
1
5
5
3
5

2,250
2,000
2,180
2,260
2,233
2,250
2,050

G e 9 $2,300to $ ,8 0 a era e, $ ,5 0
rad ,
2 0; v g 2 5—
P b B ild gsan P blic P rk of th N
u lic u in
d u
a s
e ation C
al apital.
Sm son In
ith ian stitu ............................................
tion
D
epartm t of A
en
gricu re............ ............................
ltu
D
epartm t of C m
en
om erce.........................................
D
epartm t of th Interior............. ...........................
en
e
P st O D
o ffice epartm t.................... ........................
en
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent............................... ....... .......
D
istrict of Colum
bia.......................... .....................
Total...................................................................
G e8, $2,000 to $2,500; av
rad
erage, $2,250—
P blic B ild gs an P
u
u in
d ublic P softh N
ark
e ational C
apital.
Sm son Institution.............................................
ith ian
U. S. V
eteran B reau
s' u ..............................................
D
epartm of A
ent
griculture.................... ....................
D
epartm of C m
ent
om erce..................... ....................
D
epartm of th Interior............. ...... ....................
ent
e
Navy D
epartm
ent....................................................




5.9
5
3
1

4

2

10,100

5.9
5
3
1

2

2
2
1

1.4
1
1
6

2,750

4
9

2,366
2,388
2,400
2,400
2,345
2,233

20,100

86,790

34.2

2,312

78,604

36,000

1
6
1
4.8
5.6
3
4
L5

2,015
2,020
1,938
2,106
2,086
2,105
l,8tt

32,240
2,020
0,302
11,787
6,260
*421
*«*

2,000

10,900
11,300
6,700
11,252
4,100

1

BUDGET STATEMENTS

a

113

N o. 30.—Statement summarizing and comparing by classification services and grades for thejiscal years 1930 , 1929, and
1928 , the average number of employees, the average salary rates, and the total salaries of the personnel of the executive
departments and independent establishments in the District of Columbia, classified under the act of March 4 , 1923 , as
amended— Continued
E ated exp d res, 1 3
stim
en itu
90
C ssifica nse icean g d by d artm t o estab m t A
la
tio rv
d ra e
ep
en r
lish en
verage verage
n m er A la
u b
sa ry
of em
­
ra
te
p
loyees

T
otal
sa rie
la s

E atedex en itu 1 2
stim
p d res, 9 9
A
verage
nm
u ber
of em
­
p
loyees

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

C stod se ic — on u .
u ial rv e C tin ed
G e8, $ *0 0to $2,500; average, $2,250— on u
rad
2 0
C tin ed.
P O eD
ost ffic epartm
ent________________________
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent...............................................
D
istrict of C m
olu bia................................................

4
3
2
8

$2,175
2,333
2,214

$8,700
7,000
62,002

4
3
2
8

$2,175
2,300

Total................................................. ................

72

2,102

151,364

1
1
2
1

2,040
1,980
2,010
2,200

2,040
1,980
4,020
2,200

2,155
1,925

96,990
23,100

2,200

2,200

2,017
1,998
1,970
1,984
1,980
1,995

1 ,0 3
08
81,920
39,394
47,624
3,960
7,980

2
66

2,032
1,980
1,970

26,420
3,960
130 0
,0 5

24
4

1,983

1
2

G e 7 $ ,8 0to $ ,200; av g $2,016.67—
rad , 1 6
2
era e,
C S rv C m
ivil e ice om ission------- ------- ----------- ----- F d ra B
e e l oardfo V
r ocation E
al ducation........................
G n ra A n g O
e e l ccou tin ffice.................................. .......
In
tersta C m
te om erce Com ission...............................
m
P b B ild gsan P blic P softh N
u lic u in
d u
ark
e ation C
al apital.
S ith n Institution------------------------------------m so ian
U. S S ip in B
. h p g oard................................................
USV
. . etera s’ B reau
n u ........ .......... ...........................
D artm t of A
ep
en
gricu re............... ................ .........
ltu
D artm t o C m
ep
en f om erce--------------- ------------------D artm t o th In
ep
en f e terior........................................
N D
avy epartm
ent.......... .........................................
P O eD
ost ffic epartm t....... ....... .............................
en
S D artm t .............. ..... tate ep
en
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent........................-......................
W D
ar epartm t............. .......... ..............................
en
D
istrict o C
f olum -.------------------------------------bia.
TotaL.................. .................................. ...........
G e 6, $ ,6 0to $ ,980; a erage, $1,830rad
18
1
v
E tive O
xecu
ffice..... .............. ..................................
Fd l T eC m
e era rad om ission................ ....... ..............
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice.................... ....... ..............
In
tersta C m C m
te om erce om ission*.. ..........................
P b B ild gs a d P blic P so th N
u lic u in n u
ark f e ation C
al apital.
........ .............. .....................
S ith n n Institution
m so ia
V. S V
. eteran B reau....... ...... ...............................
s' u
D artm t o A
ep
en f gricu re.............. ............... ...........
ltu
D artm t o C m
ep
en f om erce..... ........................ ..........
D artm t of th In
ep
en
e terior.... .......... ................. ......
D artm t of L
ep
en
abor---------------------------------------N D
avy epartm
ent............... ....... ............................
P st O e D
o ffic epartm
ent.................. ..........................
S te D
ta epartm t............. ..........................-...........
en
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent--------- ----------------- ------- ----W D
ar epartm t......... ................... .............. ........
en
D
istrict o C
f olum - ----- --------- ------ -.................
biaT
otal_______________ _______ ________ _____
G e 5 $1,5 0to $
rad , 0
1,800; a era e, $1,650v g
E tive O
xecu
ffice .............. ....................... ............
F era B
ed l oard forV
ocation E
al ducation------------ ------G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice— ........................ ........ .
P blic B ild gs a d P blic P s o th N
u
u in n u
ark f e ation C
al apital.
S ith g nInstitution.................................. ..........
m so tfa
T
ariff C m
om ission....................................................
U. S V
. eteran B
s’ ureau
..............................................
D artm t o A
ep
en f griculture.........................................
D artm t o C m
ep
en f om erce..........................................
D artm t of th In
ep
en
e terior.........................................
D artm t of J stice................................................
ep
en
u
P st O e D
o ffic epartm
ent................................. ...........
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent. ...-— ..-...—....................
I-—
W D
ar epartm t..... ...... .........................................
en
D
istrict of C
olum
bia............... ..........................-......
Total...................................... ....... ....................




T
otal
sa rie
la s

E en ed an o ligated 1 2
xp d
d b
, 98
A
verage
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y
lo ees

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

2,211

$8,700
6,900
61,902

3.3
3
2
8

$2,004
2,183
2,038

$6,613
6,550
57,073

7
2

2,219

159,754

70.2

2,044

143,091

1
1
2
1

2,040
1,980

2,040
1,980
4,020

4
9

2,155
1,885

96,990
22,620

2,200

2,200

2,016
1,998
1,970
1,984
1,980
1,995

1
0,080
81,920
39,394
49,606
3,960
7,980

1,860
1,860
1,890
2,040
1,938
1,734
2,040
1,854
1,857
1,798
1,870
1,860
1,806

6
2

2,009
1,960
1,968

26,120
3,960
1 1,985
2

66

1,842
1,860
1,797

1,860
1,860
3,780
2,040
87,225
10,577
2,040
8,899
72,250
33,087
46,006
4,092
6,321
3,033
21,178
2,480
18 8
1 ,5 5

483,876

21
4

1,979

477,055

235.3

1,810

425,313

1,740
3,660
7
,140
1,740
233,616
22,857
42,090
52,022
40,603
107,440
1,800
3,600
54,810
1,740
69,360
7,320
386,068

1
2

212

1,740
1,830
1,785
1,740
1,770
1,7 1
8
1,818
1,794
1,796
1,769
1,800
1,800
1,827
1,740
1,798
1,830
1,765

1,740
3,660
7,140
1,740
233,616
22,796
41,814
52,022
40,603
1 5,634
2
1,800
3,600
54,810
1,740
70,134
7,320
374,123

1
2

38
4
28
1

1,740
1,830
1,785
1,740
1,770
1,786
1,830
1,794
1,796
1,761
1,800
1,800
1,827
1,740
1,825
1,830
17
,7 1

2.3
29.9
1.3
3
8
7.9
18
9

1,500
1,680
1,605
1,554
1,572
1,618
1,665
1,659
1,494
1,653
1,590
1,633
1,575
1,442
1,614
1,656
1,576

1,500
3,360
6,420
1,399
209,100
29,442
39,627
47,453
39,130
97,366
1,590
3,757
47,079
1,875
61,337
13,086
312,136

582.4

1,783

1,037,606

587.4

1,779

1,044,292

55
7

1,502

915,657

2
1
1

3,000
1,620
1,620
27,060
12,720
1,680
4,950
17,940
15,960
74,232
1,680
4,920
25,960
1,620
353,936

2
1
1

23
2

1,500
1,620
1,620
1,592
1,590
1,680
1,650
1,631
1,596
1,614
1,680
1,640
1,624
1,620
1,587

16
9

1,500
1,620
1,500
1,592
1,645
1,680
1,620
1,631
1,580
1,618
1,680
1,640
1,601
1,620
1,583

3,000
1,620
1,500
27,060
8,225
1,680
4,860
17,940
9,480
74,442
1,680
4,920
25,620
1,620
33 1
1 *4 6

193.8

1,320
1,500
1,320
1,399
1,418
1,560
1,431
1,454
1,409
1,458
1,515
1,335
1,444
1,410
1,385

2,508
1,500
1,320
22,380
7,090
1,560
4,150
16,863
7,747
67,926
1,515
5 4
*7 1
23,832
2,820
268,372

34
3

1,596

548,918

32
1

1,593

497,063

310.1

1,404

435,324

4
9
12
1

5
4
1
20

2
4
2

4
1
3

4
1

12
3
12.8

2
3
2
9
22.6

6
1
1
2

3
0
1

1
7
8
1

3
1J
10

4
6
1

3
1
6
1

2,010
2,200

12
1

5
4
1
20

2
5
2

4
1
3
2

4
1

12
3
12.8

2
3
2
9
22.6

7
1
1
2

3
0
1

3
9
4

1
7
5 :
1

1

3

1

11

6 !
4 ;
6
i ;
3
1
6
1

2,200

1
1
2
1

4
9
6.1
1

4.8
38.9
18.4
216
2.2

3.5
3
11.5
1.3

4
0.9
13
3
18.2
23.8
28.6
26.2
58.9
1

1.9
1
1

1
6
5
1

2.9
11.6

5.5
46.6
1

4.3
16.5
2

!

1,011

t h e b u d g e t , 1930

a114

N o. 30 .—Statement summarizing and comparing by classification services and grades for the fiscal years 1930, 1929, and

1928, the average number of employees, the average salary rates, and the total salaries oj the personnel of the executive
departments and independent establishments in the District of Columbia, classified under the act oj March 4,1923, as
amended— Continued
E ated ex en itu 1 3
stim
p d res, 0 0
verage
C ssifica n serv a d g d by d artm t o estab m t A
la
tio
ice n ra e
ep
en r
lish en
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y
lo ees

A erage
v
sa ry
la
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

C
ustodial service— on u .
C tin ed
G d 4, $
ra e 1,320 to $1,620; a era e, $
v g 1,470^
Ba o T A
o rd f ax ppeals------------ ----------------- ------C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission... ___________________
F era B
ed l oard fo V
r ocation E cation
al du
_____________
F era T e C m
ed l rad om ission----------------- ---------------G era A n g O ------------- --------------------en l ccou tin ffice
In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission
-------------------------P b B ild gsa d P b P rk o th N
u lic u in n u lic a s f e ation C
al apital..
S ith n n Institution.---- ------------ ----------- -----m so ia
T
ariff C o m m ission ___-___ ____ __-___ ___
r. S S ip in B .... ........ ..................... ........
. h p g oard
USV
. . eteran B
s’ ureau.___ _____________________
D artm t o A
ep
en f gricu re......... .................... - -----ltu
D artm t o C m
ep
en f om erce--- -------- ----- ----------- ----D artm t of th In
ep
en
e terior----- ---------------------------D artm t o Labor..... ...... ..................... .............
ep
en f
N D
avy epartm t------- . . ... ------------------------en
P st O D
o ffice epartm
ent___________ ___ _________
S D
tate epartm
ent. ---------- --------------------- ----- ---T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent.. ----------------- --------- ------W D
ar epartm
ent--------------- ---------- ---- -------------D
istrict o C
f olum
bia------------ -------------------------Total____________________ ___ __________ —
G d 3, $ ,200 to $ ,5 0 a era e, $1,350—
ra e 1
1 0; v g
E tive O
xecu
ffice________ _____ ______ ____ ------B
oard of T A
ax ppeals-- ------- ------------------ -------B reauo E
u
f fficien
cy____________ ____________
C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission.----- --------- -------- ---------E ployees’ C p sation C m
m
om en
om ission
_______ ____
Fd l B
e era oard fo V
r ocation E cation
al du
------------ ------F era T
ed l rade C m
om ission
_________ ____________
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice--------------- ------------------ In
tersta C m C m
te om erce om ission________ ___ _____
P b B ild gs an P b P s o th N
u lic u in
d u lic ark f e ation C
al apital.
S ith ian Institution
m son
.................... ........................
T
ariff C m
om ission. ________________ _____ _____
U ited S
n
tates S ip in B
h p g oard__________ __________
U ited S
n
tates V
eteran B reau
s’ u __________ ________
D
epartm t o A
en f griculture..................... ....... ...........
D
epartm t o Com erce----------- ---------- ----- -----en f
m
D
epartm t o th In
en f e terior_____________ _________
D
epartm t of J stice..................... ............. ...........
en
u
D
epartm t of L
en
abor________________ __________
Navy D
epartm
ent_____________ ____ _ ____ ___
_
P O D
ost ffice epartm
ent__ __________ -..................
S D
tate epartm
ent--- ------ -------- ------------------------T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent..... .......... ...............................
W D
ar epartm
ent.... .............................. .......... .......
D
istrict of Colum
bia................. ...... .......... ..............
Total...................................... ...........................
G d 2, $1,080 to$1,380; avera e, $
ra e
g 1,230E tive O
xecu
ffice______ ________ ___ ______ _____
C S ice C m
ivil erv
om ission
____ ____________ ___ _
C m
om ission of F e Arts_______ _____ ___ _____
in
_
E ployees’ C p sation C m
m
om en
om ission
_____________
F eral B
ed
oard fo V
r ocation E cation
al du
___ ___ _____
F era P er C m
ed l ow om ission
.......... ........... .................
.............. ........... ..............
F eral R
ed
adio C m
om ission
F era T
ed l rade C m
om ission. ........ ....... ............ ........
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice............ ..................... .......
In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission
...............................
N
ational A
dvisory C m
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics................
P
ublic B ild gs an P
u in
d ublic P s ofth N
ark
e ational C
apital.




3

E ated exp d res, 1 2
stim
en itu
99
A
verage
n m er
u b
of em
­
p
loyees

3

$1,360
1,440
1,500
1,470
1,440
1,560
1,463
1,560
1,375
1,476

$4,080
1,440
1,500
2,940
1,440
1,560
11,700
1,560
152 7
,6 0
24,643

4
1
4
61.4
9
26
6

1,380
1,470
1,4 1
7
1,440
1,383
1,620
1,470
1,467
1,470
1,460
1,460
1,398

1,380
1
9,110
63,127
5,80
1 4
98,340
1,620
11,760
60,139
5,880
89,636
13,140
371,071

70
0

1,415

990,576

1
2
6

1,320
2,760
8,280
4,200
10,800
1,500
6,720
9,779
85,560
2,640
450,331
106,523

188.7
188.5
5
7
2
5
15
2
8
5
5
5
74
4
14
5
37
7

1
,320
1,380
1,380
1,400
1,350
1,500
1
,344
1,397
1,316
1,320
1,227
1,323
1,350
1,260
1,350
1,315
1,300
1,2 1
9
1,341
1,349
1,305
1,352
1,317
1,352
1,342
1
,291

2,520
264,600
289,378
245,223
243,386
76,420
33,716
163,163
114,927
72,435
1,005,983
206,713
486,607

223.7
190.4
204.4
5
7
2
5
16
2
85
5
5
748.5
10
6
34
7

2,970.7

1,314

3,903,584

3,007.5

1,140
1,080
1,080
1,080
1.170
1,140
1.170
1,260
1,202
1,179
1,200
1,079

2,280
3,240
1,080
1,080
4,680
1,140
2,340
1,260
36,060
37,710
2,400
862,850

1
1
2
1
1
8
1
111

16.7
1

1
3
42.9
3
6
7
1
1
8

3
8
1

5
7
6
5
2

37
6
80.5
6
2

16
0
220

2

3
1
1

4
1
2
1

3
0
3
2
2
79
9

8,100

A
verage
salary
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

$1,360
1,380
1,500
1,470
1,440
1,560
1,463
1
,560
1,375
1,468

$4,080
1,380
1,500
2,940
1,440
1,560
11,700
1,560
152,670
24,520

4
1
4
62.4
9
23
5

1,380
14
,4 5
17
,4 1
1,440
1,409
1,620
1,470
1,467
1,470
1,435
1,460
1,395

1,380
1,75
8 8
63,127
25,920
1
04,295
1,620
11,760
60,139
5,880
8,57
9 1
13,140
352,199

63
7

1,413

I

1,320
1,380
1,368
1,400
1,350
1,275
1,344
1,397
1,316
1,320
1,227
1
,323
1,344
1,260
1,366
1,317
1,307
1,294
1,3 1
4
1,349
1,305
1,352
1,317
1,3 1
1
1,343
1,293

1
1
2
1
1
8
1
111

16.7
1

1
3
42.9
1
8
7
4
1
8

2

5
3
8

4
5
7
6
5
2

37
6
80.5
5
2
202

2

3
1
2

4
1
2

1
3
0
3
0
1
79
9

E en ed an ob a , 1 2
xp d
d lig ted 9 8
A
verage
verage
n m er A la
u b
sa ry
o em
f ­
ra
te
p y
lo ees

2. 9
1
1
2
1
1

7.2
1

19
0
14.2
0.2
1
8

$1,140

T
otal
sa rie
la s

$3,325

1,200

1,200

1,380
1,290
1,320
1,428
1,285
1,440
1,190
1,272
1,320

1,380
2,580
1,320
1,428
9,250
1,440
19 71
2, 5
18,063
24
6

1,200

1,200

231.5

1,305
1,3 1
2
1,248
1,2 1
7
1,500
1
,299
1,214
1,312
1,264
1,259
19
,1 1

10,440
54,642
2,73
3 1
88,456
1,350
10,396
50,152
5,248
70,906
12,587
2 5, 715
7

951,112

631.3

1,228

774,806

1,320
2,760
6,840
4,200
10,800
5,100
6,720
9,779
85,560
2,640
4
50,331
106,520
6,720
2,520
275,932
294,517
248,764
264,548
76,420
33,716
164,475
114,927
72,435
980,977
214,938
483,853

1
2

1
,080
1,140
1,126
1,180
1,133
1,260
1,128

1,080
2,280
5,631
3,540
9,060
1,386
5,640
8,744
70,085

221

1,111

181.3
195.4
49.5
24.9
134.8
84.9
54.4
768.9
169.3
370.7

1,213
1,108
1,137
1,134
1,437
1,118
1,117
1,024

232,858
245,444
219,918
216,576
56,267
28,231
136,468
94,346
58,105
859,359
1 9 V0
8,
379,503

1,306

3,927,312

3,000.7

1,097

3.290,662

1,140
1,080
1,080
1,080
1.170
1,140
1.170
1,260
1,202
1,168
1,260
1,079

2,280
3,240
1,080
2,160
4,680
1,140
2,340
1,260
36,060
35,040
1,260
862,850

1

90
6
94
2
90
0

1,920
3,696
90
0

4.2

97
6

4,060

0.7
0.2
30
29.7
1.4
74
9

90
0
1,0»
91
9
96
6
90
0
9
04

60
3
24
0
29,740
28,657
1,200
718,068

41.4
1
9
69.6
0.9
8

41.3
4
56.1
10

5
3
8
1.1

5
7.8
63.1
1.9
32
6
74.1
4.8
2

204.8

2

4

1,121
1, 111

1,140
1,044
1,073
1,109
1,080
1,137

1,012
1, HI

2,166

377,856
79,496
5,323
2,160

BTJDGET STATEMENTS

a

115

N o . 30 .—Statement summarizing and comparing by classification services and grades jor the fiscal years 1930 , 1929 , and
1928 , the average number of employees, the average salary rates, and the total salaries of the personnel of the executive
departments and independent establishments in the District of Columbia, classified under the act of March 4 , 1923 , as
amended— Continued
E atedex en itu 1 3
stim
p d res, 9 0
C ssifica nse ice an g d by d artm t o estab m t A
la
tio rv
d ra e
ep
en r
lish en
verage v
n m er A erage
u b
sa ry
la
of em
­
ra
te
p
loyees
C stod Service-C
u ial
ontinued.
G e 2, $ ,0 0 to $1,380; a era e, $1,230— on u
rad
18
v g
C tin ed.
S ith n n Institution.................... ........................
m so ia
T
ariff C m
om ission............................. ...... ............ .
U S. S ip in B
.
h p g oard....... ................. .
........
U. S. V
eteran B
s’ ureau_____ ________ _ _______
_
D artm t of A
ep
en
gricu re_______ ___ _ ______
ltu
_
D artm t o C m
ep
en f om erce............. ...... ............... ......
D artm t o th In
ep
en f e terior..............................
D artm t of J stice.... ................... ......................
ep
en
u
D artm t of Labor.............. .......
ep
en
„ ___
N D
avy epartm t...............
en
..........
..... .......
P st O D
o ffice epartm
ent_____ __________ ________
S D
tate epartm
ent.............
.........
...........
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent......... .....
W D
ar epartm t..... ......................... .....................
en
______ _
__ ___
D
istrict of C m
olu bia

G e 2, 4 to 5 cen a h u
rad
5 0 ts n o r—
D
epartm t o A
en f gricu re....... ........... ....... .....
ltu
G e 1 $ 0 to$ 4 ; av g $ 2 —
rad , 6 0 8 0 era e 7 0
C S rv C m
ivil e ice om ission
............
............ ..
F era P w C m
ed l o er om ission.
F era T
ed l rade C m
om ission..........................
.....
G era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice *............
* .................
In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission................. ........... .
N
ation A
al dvisory C m
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics________
S ith n Institution.... ................................. ......
m so ian
D artm t o A
ep
en f griculture........ .. ........... . ............
D artm t o C m
ep
en f om erce *............
...................
D artm t of L
ep
en
abor......... * ............................
N D
avy epartm t................... ................... .........
en
S te D artm t
ta ep
en
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent........ . ..................................
W D
ar epartm
ent., .................... ...... .......................
D
istrict of C m
olu bia _
____ __ _____
__
............

C
lerical-m an serv
ech ical
ice:
G e 4, 86 to 9 cen an h u
rad
5 ts
o r—
T
reasu D artm t
rv en
en
___
__
G e 3, 7 to 7 cen anh r—
rad
0 5 ts
ou
T
reasu D
ry epartm t .... ..........................* ...........
en
G e 2, 6 to 6 cen anh r—
rad
0 5 ts
ou
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent_ .............................. ............ .
G e 1, 5 to5 cen anh u
rad
0 5 ts
o r—
T
reasn D
rv enartm
ent__ ___ .
____ .
Total.




__ _

_______________

.

$4
87
1,140
1
,152
1
,230
17
,1 1
1,1 9
4
1,128

$104,588
1,140
5,760
1 0,540
2
2
47,531
1 7,983
5
235,746

7
5
9
497.3
2
9
47
4

1,133
1,180
1,245
1,166
95
2
1,199
1,1 4
1

5,100
14,160
93,374
10,494
459,987
34,759
498,013

2,737.2

1,076

A
verage
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y es
lo e

A
verage
sa ry
la
r te
a

T
otal
sa rie
la s

E en ed a do ligated 1 2
xp d n b
, 98
A
verage
n m er
u b
o em
f ­
p y
lo ees

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

T
otal
sa rie
la s

3

1,200

101
211.6

497.1
2
9
45
1

1,238
1,171
1.132
1,107
1,080
1.133
1,180
1,245
1,177
914
1,199
1,114

$
104,588
1,080
3,600
1 5,038
2
247,775
118,815
2 2,541
4
1,080
5,100
14,160
93,374
9,416
454,306
34,759
463,464

2,945,295

2,681.6

1
,071

2,871,486

2,560.9

84
9

2,288,744

42
5

57,696

127.6

42
5

57,696

124.6

39
9

49,791

67
0
70
8
65
4
61
2
64
6
70
8
65
7
63
5
69
7
60
6
67
3

5,463
70
8
5,160
8,700
38,484
70
8
2,700
3
8,681
51,928
1,320
5,098

9

67
0
70
8
64
5
61
2
65
5
70
8
65
7
652
61
4
60
6
63
4

5,463
70
8
5,160
8,700
38,004
70
8
2,700
38,816
24,955
1,320
4,500

8

63
2

4,984

5
14.7
48.4
0.5
4.4
60.1
35.4

6
12

60
0
60
5
65
4

1,800
3,900
7,740

6
12

60
0
65
0
65
4

1 0
*8 0
3,900
7,740

6.6
12

69
3
66
3
60
4
70
2
65
7
69
1
67
3
69
0
64
0
59
1
60
0
69
3
65
0

3,195
9,335
30,962
30
6
2,970
37,177
22,555
1,096
2,840
34
6
4,140
4,218
7,260

261.7

Total_______ ________________________

Total...............................

T
otal
sa rie
la s

E ated ex en itu 1 2
stim
p d res, 9 9

69
5

172,534

223.4

69
4

1 4,618
4

209.2

69
2

131,456

123.5
1

5
9
8
211.4
137.5
29
0

123.5
1

104.9
29
1
1

45
.
12

127.6
9
1
8

1
4
5
8
1

4
59.2
76.5
2
8

3

4.5
12

7
5
8

1
8

1
4
5
8
1

4
59.5
38.9
2

7
3

$4
87
1,080

13
2
0.5
3
97.1
202.5
99.5
194.6

1,008
95
6
98
5
96
7

$83,330
40
5
3,000
97,877
195,556
95,291
1 ,8 7
89 3

4.8
11.4
78.2
9.5
487.6
3
0
32
5

94
4
93
7
1,014
96
6
79
5
91
8
99
3

4,530
11,095
79,319
9,177
370,221
29,420
330,506

1.8

4.7
0.7
6.9

$7
67
90
0
1,000

3
3

2,216

73,128

3
3

2,216

73,128

32.4

2,089

67,684

13
6

12
,8 1

296,823

13
6

1,821

296,823

152.6

1,698

259,115

1,218.3

1
,626

1,980,956

1,241.8

1,626

2,019,167

1,351.9

1,499

2,026,498

1,386

1,370

1,898,820

1,420.4

1,370

1,945,948

1,479.2

1,244

1,840,125

2,800.3

1,518

4,249,727

2,858.2

1,517

4,335,066

3,016.1

1,390

4,193.422

A116

THE BUDGET, 1930
B udget Statem ent N

o.

31

Statement summarizing and comparing by departments and independent establishments for the fiscal years 1980, 1929,
and 1928, the average number of employees, the average salary rate, and the total salaries of the personnel in the Dis­
trict of Columbia classified under the act of March 4, 1923, as amended
E ated exp d res, 1 3
stim
en itu
90
D
epartm t o estab m t
en r
lish en

E tive O
xecu
ffice...................................... ............ ............
A erican B
m
attle M
onum
ents C m
om ission....... . ......... .....
B
oard o M
f ediation..................................... .......................
Ba o T A
o rd f ax ppeals............................................... -.........
B reauo E
u
f fficien
cy.——
....................................................
C S rv C m
ivil e ice om ission
....................................................
C m
om ission o F e Arts...................................................
f in
E ployees' C p sation C m
m
om en
om ission.... ...... .......................
..................................
F era B
ed l oardfo V
r ocation E cation
al du
Fd l Pw C m
e era o er om ission
.................................. ...............
F era R io C m
ed l ad om ission.................................................
F era T e C m
ed l rad om ission
......... ........................................
O era A n g O
en l ccou tin ffice.... .......................................... .....
In
terstate C m
om erce C m
om ission
........ ............................ .....
N
ation A
al dvisory C m
om ittee fo A au
r eron tics........ ................
P blic B ild gs an P b P rk of th N
u
u in
d u lic a s
e ation C
al apital.........
S ith ian Institution.................. ....................................
m son
T
ariff C m
om ission
............... .................... .........................
U. S. G ra h B
eog p ic oard............................. ..........................
U S S ip in B
. . h p g oard...... ............... ...................................
U. S V
. etera s* B reau
n u .................................................. .....
D
epartm t of A
en
gricu re......................... .........................
ltu
D
epartm t of C m -....................................... . __.......
en
om erce
D artm t of th In
ep
en
e terior.................... ......................... .....
D artm t of J stice.............................................. ..........
ep
en
u
D ortm t of L
ep
en
abor................. .................... ....................
N D
avy epartm t................ ........................ ....................
en
P O D
ost ffice epartm
ent.......................................................
S D
tate epartm
ent.................................... ...... ...... ............
T
reasu D
ry epartm
ent.............................*...... ....................
W D
ar epartm t............ .................... ..............................
en
D
istrict of C
olum
bia............ .................................. ...........

A
verage
n m er
u b
of em
­
p y
lo ees

A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

3
6
7.3
3
6
12
5
6
5
331.1

$2,877
1,983
4,359
3,528
3,409
2,104
2,140
2,254
3,295
3,180
2,957
3,100
2,029
2,757
2,267
1,292
1,812
2,936
2,893
2,730
1,955
2,325
2,128
2,019
2,632
2,125
2,072
2,027
2,184
1,948
1,895
1,728

2

17
1
68

40
4
3
39
0
1,922
1,455
4
3
1,562

450.9
25
3
3
10
6
4,243
4,911.8
6,004.9
3,444.4
595.5
60
4
2,084
1,368.3
65
3
11,920.2
2,541.7
3,373

T
otal................................... ............... ............ ....... 48,80ai




2,052

T
otal
sa rie
la s

$103,580
14,478
1 6,940
5
536,300
221,570
696,543
4,280
263,728
224,060
1 7,200
2
127,130
957,780
3,900,000
4,011,833
97,500
2,018,881
817,026
689,960
8,680
436,791
8,296,293
11,418,010
12,780,292
6,952,800
1,570,188
1,360,104
4,318,243
2,773,363
1,386,810
23,215,843
4,817,248
5,829,729

E ated exp d res, 1 2
stim
en itu
99
A
verage
n m er
u b
o em
f ­
p
loyees

!
A
verage
sa ry
la
ra
te

3
6
7.9
3
6
18
5
6
5
3iai

$2,877
1,873
4,359
3,104
3,351
2,104
2,140
2,230
3,289
3,062
2,925
2,979

1

T
otal
sa rie
la s

E en edan obligated 1 2
xp d
d
, 98
A erage A
v
verage
n m er sa
u b
lary
o em
f ­
ra
te
p y
lo ees
35.7
6.7
35.4
152:2
64.9
313.1

7
9
4,356
4,810.1
4,559.8
3,470
594 5
656.3
2,000.5
1,364.3
64
0
12,242.2
2,548.8
3,236

2,614
2,136
2,092
2,136
1,935
1,895
1,730

$103,580
14,793
16 4
5 ,9 0
490,413
217,784
669,149
4,280
276,540
223,620
90,013
125,780
839,997
3,856,000
3,897,879
77,400
2,019,361
806,006
672,410
3,700
249,231
8,335,264
11,134,966
10,430,754
6,981,530
1,554,273
1,402,078
4,184,347
2,763,294
1,289,861
23,691,108
4,831,064
5,599,171

100,133,183 47,290.9

2,051

96,992,586 46,170.9

2
121
68

29.4
4
3
22
8
1,917
1,414.4
32.5
1,562.3 #
445.8
27
2
1

2,011

2,756
2,382
1,293
1,808
2,962
3,700
3,155
1,914
2,315

2,288
2,012

2,025

2

85.3
68.2
1

13.3
268.9
1,925.2
1,380.3
28.7
1,545.1
41
2
197.8
1

7
6
4,443.9
4,465.6
4,132. 2
3,363.1

547.6
587.2
1,923.3
1,349.8
600.8
12,564.8
2,529
3,041.8

$2,611
1,730
4,132
3,172
3,142
1,989
1,950
2,044
2,947
7
,500
2,855
2,759
1,849
2,581
2,333
1,109
1,500
2,711
3,600
3,090
1,751

T
otal
sa rie
la s

$93,228
11,589
16 6
4 ,2 2
482,856
203,911
622,790
3,900
174,333
201,010

2,080
1,864
2,432
1,985
1,918
1,843
1,870
1,759
1,751
1,541

7,500
37,970
741,885
3,560,401
3.562,003
66,954
1,712,870
631,474
536,195
3,600
234,832
7,783,464
9,472,881
8,693,511
6,268,082
1,331,916
1,165,746
3,688,765
2,488,156
lf123,758
22,107,056
4,427,691
4,686,600

1,866

86,172,889

2,121

EXPLANATORY

S Y N O P S IS O F E S T IM A T E S O F A P P R O P R IA T IO N S

N ote.—In the following synopsis the estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1930 are compared with a total for 1929, which
includes an estimated additional amount required for 1929 to meet the provisions of the act approved May 28, 1928, amending the classi­
fication act of 1923.
TOTAL FOR ALL BRANCHES OF THE GOVERNMENT
(Inclusive of the Postal Service)
Appropriated for 1929______________________________________________________________ $4, 328, 028, 236. 09
Estimated additional amount required for 1929 to meet the provisions of the act approved
May 28, 1928, amending the classification act of 1923___________________ ____ ______ 19, 978, 202. 26
Total for 1929______________ _____ __________________________ . . . . ___________
Budget estimate for 1930______ _________________________ ______ __________ _________

4, 348, 006, 438. 35
4, 417, 369, 904 67

Increase_____________ _______ ____________________ ___________________________

69, 363, 466. 32

SENATE
Appropriated for 1929___________________________________________________________________$2, 945, 295. 30
Budget estimate for 1930_______________ ______ _________________________________________ 2, 951, 651. 60
Increase_________________________________________________________________________

6, 356. 30

This includes an increase of $6,306.30 for personnel and $50 for postage.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Appropriated for 1929___________________________________ ____ __________________________ $7, 532, 513. 16
Budget estimate for 1930_____ _____ __________________________________________________ 7, 587, 281. 00
Increase_________________________________________________________________________

54, 767. 84

This includes an increase of $19,767.84 for personal services, $39,000 for contingent expenses, and a decrease
of $4,000 for clerical assistance.
LEGISLATIVE MISCELLANEOUS
Appropriated for 1929____________________________________________________________________ $166, 960. 00
Budget estimate for 1930____________ _____________________________________________________
166, 960. 00
OFFICE OF THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL
Appropriated for 1929__________________________________________________________________ $2, 145, 720. 80
Budget estimate for 1930_______________________________________________________________
2, 561, 526. 04
Increase_____________ _____ _____ _________________________________________________

415,805.24

The 1929 appropriations provided $500,000 for the Senate wing reconstruction, $32,300 for installation of improved
ventilation for the Senate Chamber and Hall of the House of Representatives, and $387,000 for alterations and addi­
tions to the stacks in the Library Building. The Budget estimates for 1930 include $133,000 for renewing the west
Capitol steps, $5,000 for tree surgery, $2,000 for repairs to subway transportation between the Capitol and Senate
Office BuUdings, an increase of $573,486 for new equipment and operation of the Capitol power plant, $600,000 for
a site for additional buildings for the Library of Congress, and $300,000 for buildings for the Botanic Garden.
BOTANIC GARDEN
Appropriated for 1929________________________________________________________________________ $142, 597
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28,1928, amending the
classification act of 1923________________ ___________________ - ____ __________________________
10, 023
Total for 1929_______ ________ _________________________ _____ _____ _______ ____________
Budget estimate for 1930--------------- -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

152, 620
173, 060

Increase------------------------------------- --------- --------------------------------------------------- -------------------

20, 440

This involves an increase of $6,440 for personal services and $14,000 for improvements to the Botanic Garden.
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
Appropriated for 1929--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $1, 843, 787
Additional amount requiigd for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28,1928, amending
the classification act of 1923--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------105, 005
Total for 1929_____ _____ ____________ ______ _____________ _________ _________ _____ 1, 948, 792
Budget estimate for 1930------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2,060, 252
Increase_____________________________________________________________________________

111, 460

This involves increases of $45,860 for personal services, $20,000 for printing and binding, and $45,000 in trust fund
expenditures and receipts.




a 117

a

118

THE BUDGET, 1930

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
Appropriated for 1929_____________________________________________________________________ $3, 137, 000
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28,1928, amending
the classification act of 1923_____________________________________________________________
26, 000
Total for 1929________ ________ ________________________________________ ______ ______
Budget estimate for 1930___________________________________ _____ _________________________

3,163, 000
3, 419, 000

Increase____________________________________ - ______________________________________

256, 000

This involves an increase of $200,000 to equip the new 8-story addition to the Government Printing Office buildings
with filing and laboratory equipment, intercommunicating carrier system, and other miscellaneous equipment not
provided for under construction of the building. In the office of the Superintendent of Documents an increase of
$48,000 is included for personal services and $8,000 for miscellaneous expenses.
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
Appropriated for 1929___________________________________________________ _________________$437, 180
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amending
the classification act of 1923_______________________________________________________________
14, 570
Total for 1929________________________________________________________________________
Budget estimate for 1930____________ ___________________________ _____________________ _______

451, 750
458, 120

Increase______________________________________________________________________________

6, 370

The cost of maintenance, Executive Mansion and grounds is increased from $109,630 to $116,000, an allowance
of $6,370 having been made for repainting the exterior of the Executive Mansion.
ALASKA RELIEF FUND
Appropriated for 1929_________________________________________________________________________ $15, 000
Budget estimate for 1930______________________________________________________________________ 15, 000
This is an indefinite appropriation of 10 per cent of the receipts collected outside of incorporated towns in Alaska.
The funds are divided equally among the four district judges to be used in caring for indigent and incapacitated per­
sons. On July 1, 1928, there was an unexpended balance of $4,056.68 to the credit of this fund for redistribution.
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION
Appropriated for 1929______________________________________________________________________
$700, 000
Previous continuing appropriations__________________________________________________________ 1, 995, 750
Total________________________________________________________________________________ 2,695,750
Budget estimate for 1930____________________________________________________________________
600, 000
These are continuing appropriations. The estimate for 1930 is to provide for continuing construction of the
memorials upon battle fields and in cemeteries in Europe in commemoration of the services of the American Expedi­
tionary Forces, as authorized by the act of March 4, 1923. It was originally thought that $3,000,000 would be required
to complete this project, but it is now estimated that the completion of the work in all its details will cost in excess
of this sum, and this estimate contemplates raising the limitation to $4,500,000. Unanticipated increased costs and
developments have made this necessary, supplemental plans for plants and planting accounting for a large sum. It
is not believed that the whole project can be completed before 1931.
ARLINGTON MEMORIAL BRIDGE COMMISSION
Appropriated for 1929_____________________________________________________________________ $2, 300, 000
Previous continuing appropriations_________________________________________________________
5, 500, 000
Total_______________________________________________________________________________
Budget estimate for 1930__________________________________________________________________

7, 800, 000
2, 000, 000

These are continuing appropriations. The authorized appropriation for this entire project, including the bridge
and its approaches, is $14,750,000. The project will require 10 years for completion. Actual work was begun early
in 1926. The amounts heretofore appropriated have carried the bridge construction well along, and the completion
of that portion of the project is expected during 1930. The work on the approaches is yet to be done, practically
none of this having been started.
BOARD OF MEDIATION
Appropriated for 1929______________________ ______ __________________________________________ $347, 902
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amending the
classification act of 1923___________________________________________________________________
7,100
Total for 1929______________ _______ ________ _____ __________ _______ __________________
Budget estimate for 1930_____________________________________________________________________

355, 002
348, 270

Decrease______________________________________________________________________________

6, 732

The estimate for 1930 contemplates reductions of $1,100 for printing and binding, and $5,632 for salaries and
expenses.




EXPLANATORY SYNOPSIS OF ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS

A ll9

BOARD OF TAX APPEALS
Appropriated for 1929_______________________________________ ______ _________________________ $720, 740
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amending
the classification act of 1923____________ ______ ____________________________________________
28, 000
Total for 1929_________________________________________ _____ ________________________
Budget estimate for 1930__________________ _____ ____________________________________________

748,740
725, 863

Decrease_______ ______________________________________________________________________

22,877

There is a reduction of $3,640 in salaries involvin g a decrease of six in personnel, and a decrease from $170,800
to $149,563 in the am ount for m iscellaneous expenses. There is an increase from $38,000 to $40,000 in the amount
for printing and binding.
BUREAU OF EFFICIENCY
Appropriated for 1929______________________________________ _________________________________$210, 350
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amending
the classification act of 1923_______________________________________________________________
17, 780
Total for 1929________________________________________________________________________
Budget estimate for 1930________________ ______________________ _____________________________

228, 130
228, 130

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
Appropriated for 1929______ ______ _____________________________________________ ______ ____ $1, 130, 352
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amending
the classification act of 1923___________ _____ ____________________________________________
6 S 000
,
Total for 1929______________________________________________________________________
Budget estimate for 1930__________________________________________________________________

1, 198, 352
1, 251, 562

Increase_______________________________________________ ____________________________

53,210

T h e increases are m ade up as follows: F or additional personnel, $55,210; and for travel expenses, $8,000. T he
increase in force and additional funds for travel were necessary to take care of the increased work incident to securing
personnel for the Prohibition U nit. There is a decrease in contingent expenses of $6,000, and in printing and binding,
$4,000.
COMMISSION OF FINE ARTS
Appropriated for 1929__________________________________________________________________________$7, 300
Additional amount required for 1929, to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amending the
classification act of 1923_____________________________________________________________________
280
Total for 1929___________________________________ __________ __________________________ _ .
Budget estimate for 1930_______________________________________________________________________
Increase________________________________________________________________________________

7, 580
9, 080
1, 500

For miscellaneous expenses (travel) there is an increase from $3,000 to $3,100, while the printing estim ate increases
from $300 to $1,700. T his is to enable the commission to print its eleventh report.
EMPLOYEES* COMPENSATION COMMISSION
Appropriated for 1929_____________________________________________________________________ $3, 755, 010
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amending
the classification act of 1923_____________________________________________________________
34, 140
Total for 1929____ _____ _____________________ ______ ___________________________ _____
Budget estimate for 1930___________________________________________________________________

3, 789, 150
4, 077, 326

Increase____________________________________________________________________________

288, 176

T h e figures for 1929 include $63,000 for the enforcement of the act of M a y 17, 1928, providing com pensation for
death or inju ry of certain em ployees in the D istrict of Colum bia. F o r 1930 th at am ount is carried in the D istrict of
C olum bia estim ates. T here has been added to the 1930 estim ates, however, $400,000 for the com pensation fund,
required b y an am endm ent to the act of Septem ber 7, 1916, approved F ebru ary 12, 1927, increasing the m axim um
com pensation from $66.67 to $116.66, and the minim um from $33.34 to $58.33. and b y the normal increase under
the original act. There is, nevertheless, in the 1930 estim ates a reduction of $47,824 in adm inistrative expenses and a
p rintin g reduction of $1,000— a total reduction of $48,824. These factors account for the net increase of $288,176.
FEDERAL BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
Appropriated for 1929___________________________________________________________ _____ _____ $8 , 220, 000
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amending
the classification act of 1923___________________________________________________________
4, 120
Total for 1929_________________________ ________ ____________________________________
Budget estimate for 1930____________________________________________________________________
Decrease____________________________________________________________________________

8,
8,

224, 120
176, 120
48, 000

This involves a decrease o f $50,000 for cooperative vocational rehabilitation o f persons disabled in industry and
an increase of $2,000 for travel.
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FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION
Appropriated for 1929______ _____________________________________________________________ _
$120, 890
Additional amount required for 1928 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amending
the classification act of 1923_____________________________________________________________
5, 810
Total for 1929____________________________________________________________________— .
Budget estimate for 1930____________________________________________________________________

126, 700
179, 500

Increase___________________________________ 1 _________________________________________

52, 800

The increase in the Budget estimate for 1930 over the amount available for 1929 consists of $38,250 for additional
personnel, $700 for printing and binding, $1,000 estimated payments to States, and $12,850 for general expenses, of
which $10,720 is for travel expenses.
FEDERAL RADIO COMMISSION
Appropriated for 1929_______________________________________________________________________ $364, 027
Budget estimate for 1930____________________________________________________________________
164, 440
Decrease_____________________________________________________________________________

199, 587

The 1929 appropriation included an item of $2,700 for law books and books of reference and $3,600 for radio
instruments that it will be unnecessary to provide in 1930, and $7,175 for furniture and fixtures that will need to be
continued in the amount of only $1,500. The resulting actual decrease of $187,612 in the estimate for 1930 below the
appropriation for 1929 is accounted for by the decreased responsibility that it is contemplated the commission will
have in 1930 in the enforcement of the radio act as amended. The amount estimated is deemed adequate for all
requisite personnel and other expenditures, especially since it has not been found necessary to include any amount for
rental.
FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD
Appropriated for 1929_____________________________________________________________________ $2, 700, 000
Budget estimate for 1930___________________________________________________________________ 2, 605, 741
Decrease___________________________________________________________________________

94, 259

This is a permanent indefinite appropriation, and the 1930 estimate is the estimate of expenditures for that year*
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION
Appropriated for 1929_____________________________________________________________________ $1, 048, 000
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amending
the classification act of 1923_____________________________________________________________
64, 760
Total for 1929______________________________________________________________________
Budget estimate for 1930___________________________________________________________________
Increase____________________________________________________________________________

1, 112, 760
1, 289, 760
177, 000

The amount appropriated for 1929 includes a supplemental appropriation of $85,000 for a special investigation
of public utilities supplying power and light, directed by Senate Resolution 83, first session, Seventieth Congress,
and the estimate for 1930 includes an additional $262,000 for 1929 and 1930 for completion of this investigation and
the investigation of chain-store systems directed by Senate Resolution 224, first session, Seventieth Congress.
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE
Appropriated for 1929______________________________________________________________________$3, 820, 000
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28,1928, amending
the classification act of 1923______________________________________________________________
281, 000
Total for 1929______________________________________________________________________
Budget estimate for 1930___________________________________________________________________
Increase______________________________ _____ _______________________________________

4, 101, 000
4,132, 000
31,000

There is an advance in the amount for salaries from $3,856,000 to $3,902,000, involving an increase of five in
the personnel and $44,000 increase in funds, while there is an increase of $2,000 in the salary of the Comptroller Gen­
eral. Printing and binding is increased by $5,000 for repairing and rebinding old record books and bin’ding pay rolls.
There is a reduction in the amount for contingent expenses from $220,000 to $200,000.
HOUSING CORPORATION
Appropriated for 1929__________________________________ _____________________________________ $475, 750
Budget estimate for 1930_____________________________________________________________________ 397, 950
Decrease______________________________________________________________________ _____ 77, 800
The decrease is made up as follows: Salaries, $9,050; contingent expenses, $1,000; printing and binding, $200;
for the administrative work in the field for the collection of moneys due on property gradually being liquidated, $10,000;
Government Hotels, $55,250. This large decrease is due to a close watch on all expenditures, resulting in the elimination
of certain high salaried positions, a reduction in the number of lower salaried employees and to a decrease of approxi­
mately 300 guests; reduction in cost of maintenance of unsold property, $300; the expenses of foreclosure of mortgages
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Appropriated for 1929_____________________________________________________________________ $7, 654, 745
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amend­
ing the classification act of 1923_________________________________________________________
395, 810
Total for 1929______________________________________________________________________
Budget estimate for 1930__________________________________________________________________

8, 050, 555
8, 213, 825

Increase____________________________________________________________________________

163, 270

The amount estimated for 1930 involves an increase of $168,336 for the general work of enforcing the laws to reg­
ulate commerce and covers the employment of additional attomey-examiners, travel expenses, and cost of reporting.
This increase should enable the commission to bring-to date the large number of appeals of shippers now pending. An
increase of $16,280 for the general work of policing the accounts of the carriers. This activity has fallen behind owing
to the large amount of work in connection with section 15-a (recapturable income). These additional funds will be
used for this purpose. For the valuation of the property of carriers $202,160. This increase is needed for the primary
valuation of 204 new roads which have come into existence since the field inventories were completed in their localities,
for the reappraisal of lands, and for the policing of returns, of additions, betterments, and retirements; and decreases
as follows: $7,860 in the division of safety device inspection; $105,580 in the division of signal and train-control devices,
due to the fact that 85 per cent of the railroads have complied with the law requiring the installation of signal and
train-control devices; $20,396 in the division of locomotive inspection, and $90,000 in printing and binding. This
reduction is possible owing to the fact that practically all of the valuation reports have been printed and the amount
given will take care of the general work of the commission.
NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS
$600, 000
Appropriated for 1929_______ ______ ____ _________ _____ __________ _____ ______ ______________
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amending
the classification act of 1923______________________________________________________________
30, 000
Total for 1929______________ ________ _________________________________________ ______
630, 000
Budget estimate for 1930___________________________________________________________________ 1, 300, 000
Increase_____________________________________________________________________________

670, 000

The increase over the total for 1929 is necessary to enable the committee to carry more fully into effect its
program of general research in the field of aviation, particularly in its effort to increase safety and economy in oper­
ation of aircraft. This increase includes $525,000 toward the construction of a wind tunnel suitable for the conduct
of research on full-sized airplanes (to cost not to exceed $900,000), $30,000 for the construction of a combination
heating plant, storehouse, and garage, and an increase in personnel, equipment, and supplies necessary to carry
forward the program of the committee.
PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND PUBLIC PARKS OF THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
Appropriated for 1929________________________________________________________________ _____ $2, 652, 980
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amending
the classification act of 1923______________________________________________________ _______
277, 722
Transferred from War Department appropriations, 1929_______________________________ ______
33, 259
Total for 1929__________________________________________ *___________ _______________
Budget estimate for 1930________________________________________________________ ______ ____

2, 963, 961
2, 888, 061

Decrease________________________ ___________________________________________________

75,900

General expenses have been reduced from $934,900 to $859,000, principally in the amounts for supplies and mate­
rials and for repairs and alterations to buildings due to the abandonment of one temporary building and the completion
of major repairs to most of the remaining temporary buildings.
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Appropriated for 1929_____________________________________________________________________ $1, 004, 162
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amending
the classification act of 1923_____________________________________________________________
84, 979
Total for 1929____________________________________ __________________________________
Budget estimate for 1930___________________________________________________________________
Increase____________________________________________________________________________

1, 089, 141
1, 107, 573
18, 432

The increase is made up as follows: For additional personnel, $12,500; for the construction of a gallery to house
paleontological specimens, $2,270; and $3,662 for miscellaneous expenses.
TARIFF COMMISSION
Appropriated for 1929------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ $754, 000
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amending
the classification act of 1923________________________________________________________________
51, 600
Total for 1929__________________________________________________________________ ______
Budget estimate for 1930_________________________ _ — ------- ---------------------------------------------------

805, 600
815, 000

Increase____________________________________________________________________________________

9, 400




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There is an increase in the am ount for salaries from 8708,300 to $720,640, involving an increase in personnel of
seven. T here are decreases in amounts for miscellaneous expenses from $81,300 to $79,360, and from $16,000 to
$15,000 for printing and binding.
UNITED STATES GEOGRAPHIC BOARD
Appropriated for 1929_________________________________________________________________________ $4, 300
Budget estimate for 1930______________________________________________________________________
9, 200
Increase________________________________________________________________________________

4, 900

This increase provides for the salaries of two employees who have heretofore been detailed to the board and
carried on the rolls of other Federal agencies.
UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD AND MERCHANT FLEET CORPORATION
Appropriated for 1929____________________________________________________________________ $13, 6 8 8 , 750
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28,1928, amending
the classification act of 1923____________________________________________________________
7, 580
Total for 1929____________________________________________________________ _____ _ - Budget estimate for 1930_________________________________________________________________

13, 696, 330
9, 994, 000

Decrease__________________________________________________________________________

3, 702, 330

T he amount of $13,400,000 was appropriated for 1929 to m eet the estim ated operating deficit. T he B udget
estim ate for 1930 for this purpose is $9,000,000, a reduction of $4,400,000. T his reduction in the estim ated operating
deficit is predicated upon expected changes in conditions during 1930 as compared w ith 1929, as follows: (a) T h a t
certain ship lines will be sold which will elim inate the losses now incurred b y the corporation for their operation;
(b) that the expenses for personnel and other operating costs will be further reduced through adm inistrative action;
(c) that an im provem ent in the operation of lines will be developed through the consolidation and rerouting of certain
lines and through anticipated changes in the m anaging operators’ agreements; and (d) through the proposed transfer
o f certain personnel from the fleet p ay roll to the p a y roll of the board.
Com pared w ith the actual total operating deficit for the fiscal year 1928 of $16,279,368, the B udget estim ate for
1930 of $9,000,000 is predicated upon a reduction of $7,279,368 accounted for as follows: (a) A decrease in the net
operating expense due to lines sold, $1,273,000; (6) a reduction in the cost of fuel due to reduction in prices, $3,638,000;
(c) a reduction m p a y roll and adm inistrative expenses, $712,000; (d) a reduction in the expense of inactive vessels in
hands of operators, $365,000, and in custody o f the M erchant F leet Corporation, $937,000; (e) a reduction in expenses
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either through the sale o f the U nited States Lines or through such lines earning a small profit instead of incurring a
deficit, $465,308; (/ ) a reduction in expenses to result from changes in the form of m anaging operators' agreements,
$273,744; total reductions, $7,664,052; and estim ated increases in losses due to reductions in freight rates and other
changes in conditions of business, $724,684, less an estim ated increase in revenue through interest accruals on certain
funds being made available for operating expenses b y the appropriation act for 1929, $340,000, m aking the net
increases $384,684, which, when deducted from the total reductions of $7,664,052, indicates a net reduction for 1930
under the actual net operating deficit for 1928 of $7,279,368. In addition to $9,000,000 to m eet the operating deficit
for 1930, the B u d get estim ate includes a new item of $500,000 to be available only for research and experimental
developm ent in ship and m achinery design, construction and operation, and $494,000 for salaries and expenses of the
Shipping Board, proper, as against $288,750 for 1929. This increase in the estim ate for salaries and expenses for the
Shipping Board is due to the provisions contained in the annual appropriation act for 1929 th at the estim ates for
1930 shall include th esa laries of all em ployees whose service with the board has become perm anent through detail
from the M erchant F le et Corporation.
UNITED STATES VETERANS' BUREAU
Appropriated for 1929___________________________________________________________________ $560, 060, 0 0 0
Appropriation for 1928 available for 1929_________________________________________________
7, 000, 000
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28,1928, amend­
ing the classification act of 1923________________________________________________________
3, 443, 480
Total for 1929_______________________________________________________ _____ _______
Budget estimate for 1930________________________________________________________________

570, 503, 480
597, 375, 000

Increase------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

26, 871, 520

Elim inating the item U nited States G overnm ent life-insurance fund, included in the above figures, which in the
1929 B u d get was $74,500,000 and in the 1930 B u d get is $97,400,000, the increase for 1930 is $3,971,520. This insur­
ance fund accrues entirely from premiums and interest on investm ent thereof and no direct appropriation is necessary.
T h e am ount contained in the B u d get represents w ithdrawals from the fund for investm ent ana paym ents to policy
beneficiaries.
T h e item “ Salaries and expenses” is increased $3,500,000 to m eet salary increases under the a ct to amend salary
rates, approved M a y 28, 1928, and for personnel for new hospital facilities to be provided under the act of M a y 23,
1928. (45 S ta t., 715.)
T h e 1930 estim ate for printing and binding is $10,000 less than the appropriation for 1929.
N otw ithstan din g the estim ated additional amount of $2,500,000 m ilitary and naval compensation, required in
1930 for paym ents to disabled em ergency officers retired under the provisions of the act of M a y 24, 1928, the 1930
estim ate is $3,550,000 less than the appropriation for 1929. T here is a gradual decrease in expenditures from this
appropriation, and the am ount estim ated for 1930 appears ample to m eet requirements.




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The appropriation for medical and hospital services, 1929, is $25,000 more than the estimate for 1930.
The 1930 estimate for military and naval insurance is $S,500,00Q more than the appropriation for 1929. A sup­
plemental estimate for an additional appropriation for 1929 will be necessary.
The act of M ay 23, 1928 (45 Stat., 715), authorizing the appropriation of $15,000,000 for the construction of
additional hospital facilities for the care of disabled war veterans, was passed subsequent to the submission of the 1929
Budget. Of the amount authorized the second deficiency act of M ay 29, 1928, appropriated $7,000,000 for the fiscal
years 1928 and 1929, and the 1930 Budget estimates include $6,000,000 more, with request for authority to incur addi­
tional contractual obligations not to exceed $2,000,000.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Appropriated for 1929___________________ ____________________________________________ $154, 723, 793. 88
Permanent specific appropriation, act May 16, 1928____________________________________
22, 935. 43
Unexpended balances made available for 1929_________________________________________
5, 852, 602. 33
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet the provisions of the act approved May 28,
1928, amending the classification act of 1923_________________________________________
2, 342, 549. 00
162, 941, 880. 64
Deduct for comparative purposes, appropriations made in 1929 for specific projects which
will not require funds in 1930______________________________________________________

10, 824, 720. 00

Net total for 1929-____________________________________________________________
Budget estimate for fiscal year 1930________________________ ____________ $154, 232, 131
Unexpended balances estimated for 1930________________________________
2, 784, 800

152, 117, 160. 64

Total for 1930_________________________________________________________________

157, 016, 931. 00

Net increase in 1930 over 1929_________________________________________________

4, 899, 770. 36

The total of all funds available for expenditure by the department in 1929 is $162,941,880.64 and the total of all
funds included in the estimates for 193.0, $157,016,931. While these figures would indicate for the department as a
whole a reduction of $5,924,949.64, the estimates for the department's regular activities for the fiscal year 1930 include
a net increase amounting to $4,899,770.36.
This figure is obtained by deducting from the total of funds available for
expenditure in 1929 the total of appropriations made in that year for noncontinuing projects which do not require ap­
propriations in 1930, and deducting the result from the comparable estimates for 1930. The noncontinuing projects
aggregating $10,824,720, which have been deducted from the 1929 total, are:
Flood relief:
Road repairs, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Kentucky—amount appropriated in 1929 will be
sufficient to make all necessary repairs_______________________________________________ $5, 197, 294
Farm-devastated areas of the United States—the need for relief will not extend beyond the
fiscal year 1929____________________ ___ _________________________ ____________________
400, 000
For losses due to enforced nonproduction of cotton in zones where such production was to be pro­
hibited due to the presence of the pink bollworm. (Cotton zones were not established for the
cotton-growing season of 1928, and at the present time it is not believed that such zones will be
established for the season of 1929)________________________________________________________ 5, 000, 000
Operation of Center Market, Washington, D. C. (Due to the possibility that the present Center
Market will be vacated at an early date to provide space for a new Federal building, Congress,
for the fiscal year 1929, only appropriated funds sufficient to operate the market until February 1,
1929)______________ _____ ______________________________________ _____ ___________________
96,250
Moving New York City food and drug laboratory to new quarters, work will be completed during
the fiscal year 1929_____________________________________________________________________
50, 000
Rent of buildings, District of Columbia. (Appropriation needed only in 1929 to pay adjusted
rent of Beiber Building)_________________________________________________________________
30, 676
Dam across Cold Springs Creek, work to be completed in 1929___________ ____________________
30, 000
Bridge across Bayou Teche, work to be completed in 1929_________________ _____ ____________
10, 500
World's Dairy Congress, appropriation needed only for 1929_________________________________
10, 000
Total of noncontinuing projects______________________________________________________ 10, 824, 720
Of the net increase of $4,899,770.36 approximately $1,365,000 is for fundamental agricultural research and $1,107,936 is to cover new or existing legislation. The principal increases and decreases in the ordinary and routine work
of the department which make up this net increase of $4,899,770.36 in 1930 are as follows:
Increases

In se
crea
Federal aid to States:
To State experiment stations to cover new or existing laws—
For the more complete endowment of State agricultural experiment stations
(Purnell Act, Feb. 24, 1925)__________________ ______________________ For extending to Territory of Hawaii provisions of various acts appropriating
funds to State agricultural experiment stations (new legislation, act May 16,
1928)
- - - - _____________ _______ ___________ _____________________
For extending to Territory of Hawaii provisions of the extension act of May 8 ,
1914, known as Smith-Lever Act (new legislation, act May 16, 1928)_______
For further developing agricultural extension work (Capper-Ketcham Act,
May 22, 1928— new legislation). ----------------------------------------------Increase due to legislation _
*New.




_____ *
_________ _________ _____ ____

F —
rom

To—

$2, 400, 000

$2 , 880,000

936

4, 580, 0 0 0

4, 602, 036

500,000

080,000

1, 4 8 0 , 0 0 0

$480, 000
115, 000
22,

1, 017, 936

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Increases— Continued.

In a
cre se
Federal aid to States— Continued.
Construction of Federal highways_____________________________________________
Construction of forest roads and trails_________________________________________

$3 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0
500, 0 0 0

Total increased aid to States in 1930_______ _______ ____________ ____________

F —
rom

T
o—

4, 517, 936

Printing and binding------------------- -----------------------------------------------------------------------Agricultural exhibits at fairs__________________ _ ________ __________________________
Department library--------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Weather Bureau:
For collecting and disseminating meteorological, climatological, and marine infor­
mation____________________________________________________________________
Aerology— For furnishing meteorological information on airways designated by
Department of Commerce under the provisions of the air commerce act_______
Bureau of Animal Industry:
Investigations in animal husbandry— For poultry, sheep, and goat investigations
and for improvements at the Beltsville Station_______________________________
Diseases of animals, including $40,000 increase for abortion studies______________
Bureau of Dairy Industry:
Investigations and demonstrations relating to the problems of the diary industry__
Bureau of Plant Industry:
Forest pathology— For European larch canker__________________________________
Plant nutrition— For studies of the effect of lehgth of day on plant growth__________
Cotton production and diseases— For root-rot investigations______________________
Cereal investigation— For wheat and rice breeding_______________________________
Sugar plants— For sugar-beet investigations_____________________________________
Dry-land agriculture— For horticultural work in southern Great Plains_____________
Horticultural crops and diseases— For fruit and vegetable handling; handling of
eastern export apples; keeping qualities of fruits and transportation of California
grapes________________.*____________________________________________________
Forage crops and diseases— For alfalfa-wilt investigations_________________________
Forest Service:
Administration and protection of national forests— For boat in Alaska, and for
additional fire guards_____ _______ ____________ _____________________________
Sanitary facilities— For additional facilities for public use of forests for recreational
purposes___________________________________________________________________
Forest Products Laboratory— For additional work on paper and pulp, logging and
milling studies, and for storage of lumber and handling practices________________
Range investigations— For increased studies relating to use of forest ranges_________
Silvicultural investigations— For research work at the Lake States Experiment
Station____________________________________________________________________
Forest ^
economics (new legislation— McSweeney-McNary Act)— For study of
conditions under which foresty is profitable in the United States_________________
Forest survey (new legislation— McSweeney-McNary Act)— For survey of re­
quirements for timber and other forest products_______________________________
Improvement of national forests— For range improvements, and also for improve­
ments necessary for fire control_________ v____________________________________
Forest-fire cooperation— For increased allotments to the States____________________
Distribution of forest planting stock— For increased allotment to the States________
National-forest special receipt funds— For increased payments to States due to in­
creased receipts from the national forests______________________________________
Bureau of Chemistry and Soils:
Agricultural chemical investigations— For studies relating to losses from food de­
terioration, toxicity of foods contaminated with lead, arsenic, copper, etc., for
reduction of sulphur dioxide content of dried fruit and for research to develop
new materials for tanning___________________________________________________
Insecticide and fungicide investigations— For purpose of developing new sprays
for fruits and vegetables____________________________________________________
Dust explosions— For enlargement of present activities__________________________
Naval stores research— For additional work on resin and allied products__________
Soil fertility investigations— For investigations relating to cotton-root rot; soil con­
ditions relating to strawberry diseases and green manures_____________________
Bureau of Entomology:
Deciduous-fruit insects— For investigations relating to disinfection of plants and
plant products and for importation of parasites of the oriental fruit moth______
Tropical and subtropical insects— For study of hydrocyanic-acid-gas fumigation
for controlling citrus pest in California_______________________________________
Truck-crop insects— For investigations relating to sugar-beet leaf hopper, straw­
berry aphis, and for importation of parasites of the Mexican bean beetle________
Cotton insects— For study of methods of disposing of waste from cotton gins and
for importation of parasites of the pink bollworm of cotton____________________
Insects affecting stored products— For investigations concerning insect pests of
flour_______________________________________________________________________
Bureau of Biological Survey:
Biological investigations— For a study of wild animals to determine their specific
relation to forest reproduction and growth___________________________________
Protection of migratory birds—For a study of the woodcock and for additional
clerical help________________________________________________________________
i New.




$71, 000, 000
7, 500, 000

$74, 000, 000
8, 000, 000

742, 000
110, 440
95, 880

792, 000
120, 000
102, 000

50, 000
9, 560
6 , 12 0

598, 670

2, 643, 400

166, 580

333, 420

500, 000

35, 0 0 0
42, 840

490, 790
305, 660

525, 790
348, 500

49, 910

465, 590

515, 500

30, 000
10, 000
10, 000
42, 0 0 0
49, 348
35, 000

160, 0 0 0
17, 990
130, 500
392, 000
207, 652
298, 900

190, 000
27, 990
140, 500
434, 000
257, 000
333, 900

44, 730

2,

57, 769
5, 000

1,

012, 231
190, 000

1, 070, 0 0 0
195, 000

75, 714

6,

627, 286

6,

703, 000

1 0 ,0 0 0

40, 0 0 0

50, 000

32, 400
15, 000

542, 600
52, 000

575, 000
67, 000

30, 000

377, 000

407, 000

579, 912

1

15, 000

1

25, 000

65, 088
100, 000

1, 2 0 0 , 0 0 0

8 ,0 0 0

75, 000

645, 000
1, 300, 000
83, 000

115,000

1, 285, 000

1, 400, 000

20, 000

279, 000

299, 000

10, 0 00

5, 000
4,160

48, 765
56, 500
15, 840

58, 765
61, 500

23,000

136, 000

159. 000

18,

000

339, 790

357, 790

4,160

118, 840

123, 000

25, 000

248, 560

273, 560

16, 0 0 0

287,120

303,120

5,000

54, 900

59,900

8 ,0 0 0

48,800

56,800

6,987

171,513

1 7 8 ,0 0 0

2 0 ,0 0 0

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Increases —Continued

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crea
Bureau of Biological Survey— Continued.
Upper Mississippi River refuge— For purchase of lands. (For the fiscal year 1929
there was available for such purchases an unexpended balance of a previous ap­
propriation made for this purpose. In order to carry out the provisions of the
original act creating this refuge it is necessary to appropriate additional funds for
use in 1930)_______________________________________________________________
Bureau of Public Roads:
Agricultural engineering— For irrigation study in Arizona, soil erosion, use of new
machinery in production of cotton and sugar beets___________________ _____
Bureau of Agricultural Economics:
Farm management and farm practice— For study of rural credit and taxation
problems__________________________________________________________________
Investigations relating to marketing and distributing farm products— For studies
as to use of motor truck in marketing and a survey of the problems connected
with cotton in irrigated sections of the Southwest__________ _____________ ^ _
Crop and livestock estimates— For extension of statistics of truck crops and for a
new office at Marseilles, France, on work relating to foreign competition and
demands__________________________________________________________________
Market inspection of perishable farm products—For inspection and certification
of hay and for supervision of seed verification service_________________________
Market news service— For expansion of the market news service_________________
Cooperative marketing— For expansion of present work_________________________
Enforcement of the United States grain standards act— To enable the department
to meet demands for additional service_____ _________________________________
Administration of the United States warehouse act— For additional work on the
storing of canned goods_______________________ ______ _______________________
Bureau of Home Economics:
For additional investigations relating to utility and economy of agricultural prod­
ucts for food, clothing, and other uses in the home___________________________
Plant Quarantine and Control Administration:
Enforcement of plant quarantines— For additional inspection at ports of entry___
Eradication of the date scale— For purpose of eradicating new outbreaks of the
scale. (The appropriation in 1929 for this purpose is $15,500. In addition to
this amount there is also available an unexpended balance of $12,613 brought
forward from 1928)________________________________________________________
Corn-borer control— For additional work the estimates provide that $50,000 of the
unexpended balance of the $1 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 appropriated by the act of Feb. 23, 1927,
shall be available___________________________________________________________
Mexican fruit worm— For additional inspection work___________________________
Food, Drug, and Insecticide Administration:
Enforcement of the food and drug act— For purpose of extending work on foods
unfit for human consumption_______________________________________________
Special com-borer research work— For this purpose $250,000 of $10,000,000 appropriated
Feb. 23, 1927, is made available in 1930; the increase over 1929 is for developing farm
machinery for use under corn-borer conditions, for importation of parasites of the
borer and for farm management studies__________________________________________
Dairy and livestock station, Lewisburg, Tenn.— For establishment of a new station as
provided by new legislation (act of May 29, 1928)________________________________

F —
rom

To-

$150, 000

$40, 600

$190, 600

17, 150

259, 850

277, 000

14,000

395, 000

409, 000

19, 000

765, 900

784, 900

60, 000

785, 000

845, 000

10, 000
100, 000
12, 260

410, 000
1, 127, 000
277, 740

420, 000
1, 227, 000
290, 000

17, 170

802, 830

820, 000

4,030

251, 970

256, 000

9, 284

148, 216

157, 500

25, 000

525, 000

550, 000

57, 387

29, 313

86, 700

50, 000
10, 760

104, 240

115, 000

27, 924

1, 002, 076

1, 030, 000

100, 000

150,000

250,000

1 50,000

1N .
ew

Decreases

D
ecrea
se
Hawaii Experiment Station-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------(Decrease represents amount previously expended for extension work which will
be paid by the Territory after fiscal year 1929 as the Territory will receive funds for
that purpose as provided by the act of May 16, 1928.)
Cooperative agricultural extension work (annual)___________________ ________________
(This appropriation decreased by $280,000 due to increase of $1,440,000 by the
Capper-Ketcham Act, May 22, 1928.)
Investigations in animal husbandry (building program, to be completed in 1929)--------Rubber investigations— Increase allowed in 1929 for use in Philippine Islands reduced
by $25,000_________________________________________—
________ ____________
Cheyenne, Wyo., Experiment Station— The sum of $100,000 was appropriated for use
in 1929 for the establishment of this station; as a large part of the building program
will be completed in 1929 the estimate for 1930 is reduced to $75,000______________
Acquisition of lands. (It now appears that the amount included in the estimates for
1930 will enable the department to pay for all lands purchased during that year)___
Bear River refuge. (The amount included in the estimates for 1930 will enable the
department to complete its program for that year; the sum of $200,000 was appro­
priated for use in 1928-29)______________________________________________________




F —
rom

To—

$12, 220

$57, 220

$45,000

280,.000

1, 580, 000

1, 300, 000

25.000

50,000

25.000

25.000

100,000

75.000

100,000

2,000,000

1, 900,000

125, 000

200,000

75, 000

75, 830

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Appropriated for 1929___ _____ ___________________________________________________________ $38, 375, 530
Balances available from 1928-29 appropriations____________________________________________
1, 373, 500
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amend­
ing the classification act of 1923__________ _____________________________________________
1, 342, 980
Comparable total for 1929__________________________________________________________
Budget estimate for 1930_________________________________________________________________
Net increase______________________________________________________________________

41, 092, 0 1 0
58, 459, 749
17, 367, 739

T he net increase of $17,367,739 for the departm ent involves an apparent decrease of $55,500 in the appropria­
tions coming im mediately under the office of the Secretary. I t amounts, however, to an actual increase of $92,600
in view of the fact th at in the 1929 appropriations for contingent expenses and for printing and binding there are
included $34,100 and $114,000, respectively, representing needs of the Bureau of the Census that will be cared for in
1930 in a general appropriation for the F ifteenth Decennial Census. Furthermore, a decrease of $40,000 has been
made possible in the printing item for the P aten t Office due to reduced requirements for 1930. There results, there­
fore, substantial increases for contingent expenses and for printing and binding for the departm ent proper and $84,500
for increased rental for the departm ent building.
T he estim ate calls for $16,160 less than the current yea r’s availability for the radio division, which represents
equipm ent items that will not have to be provided in 1930.
For aeronautics the estim ate subm itted is $944,160 more than the current y e a r’s appropriation, or from $5,483,100
to $6,427,260. This is necessitated by the rapid increase in the num ber of airplanes to be inspected and pilots and
mechanics to be examined and licensed. The funds, if provided, will add the requisite inspection personnel and 5
planes to the 13 already in use by the inspectors. T h ey will also m ake possible the operation and maintenance of
11,512 miles of lighted airways to be in operation by June 30 next, as well as the installation and maintenance of 4,000
additional miles.
Increased estim ates in the amount of $10,856 net for the Bureau of Foreign and Dom estic Commerce as a whole,
supplemented by minor reductions in several individual appropriations of the bureau, perm it an increase of $20,000
for enlarged a ctiv ity in the district office service.
The Bureau of the Census is given an increase of $16,853,590 over the total appropriations for the current year,
an increase required b y the enumeration work of the F ifteenth Decennial Census.
M oderate increases are made in estim ates for the Steam boat Inspection Service and the Bureau of N avigation
to provide needed additional personnel.
The Bureau o f Standards estim ates call for a net increase of $6,371 which is further virtu ally increased b y $5,855,
a reduction made in general expenses b y the saving in fuel costs due to the new power plant building. T h e resulting
increase of approxim ately $12,000 is applied to the expanding needs under standardization of equipment. The
estim ates also provide $100,000 to com plete the equipment of the new power plant.
A reduction has been m ade in the allowances for the Lighthouse Service from $11,410,020 available for 1929 to
$11,349,980 estim ated for 1930. T h is represents increases in some of the appropriations and reductions in others.
R etired p ay has been increased $30,000 to m eet the gradual advance in obligations under this appropriation and
added bureau personnel w ill call for $7,000. A n increase from $1,100,000 to $1,155,000 will make provision for the
extra requirements in the construction of lighthouse vessels. T h e latter figure will construct and equip three new
light ships and a tender to replace one now o u t of commission. O ther aids to navigation will have a program of
construction reduced b y $137,000, or from $702,000 to $485,000, m aking provision, however, for $154,000 for the
completion of four projects upon which work has already been in progress; $116,000 to continue work upon five more;
$175,000 to begin work upon three; and $40,000 to begin and com plete within that amount the construction of four
projects. Furtherm ore, the installation of autom atic lights has made possible a reduction of $14,970 in the salaries
of lighthouse keepers.
F or the C oast and Geodetic Su rvey an increase of $64,463 has been provided, from $2,451,397 to $2,515,860,
which amount is further actually increased b y an item of $4,000 included under m agnetic work in 1929 for new instru­
ments that will not have to be provided in 1930. Then b y m aking minor reductions in other appropriations a new
tender for Pacific coast work at a cost of $58,000 is made possible and $17,000 under p ay and allowances of commis­
sioned officers to provide for new positions and for increased longevity p a y and subsistence requirements.
T h e increase of $76,442, from $2,094,108 to $2,170,550, for the Bureau of Fisheries becomes in effect an increase
of $147,442 b y taking into consideration four appropriations appearing in the 1929 total th at will n ot be needed
in 1930. These amount to $71,000, and by m aking minor reductions of unneeded amounts in other appropriations
am ounting to $19,320 there are provided for 1930 $125,000 for a new power vessel for A laska fisheries, $4,400 for the
crew of a new boat at B o oth b ay H arbor, M e., $16,340 for additional employees at new fish-cultural stations and
$21,000 for other expenses of their operation and maintenance.
T he total of $3,356,915 for the P aten t Office for 1929 contains $18,115 th at was made available for reallocation
increases in 1928. W ith this in mind the estim ate of $3,333,800 is a reduction of $5,000 which has been made in the
appropriation for furniture and filing cases.
E lim inating the helium production and conservation program for which $466,560 is available for 1929 and $95,800
is requested for 1930, and the 1929 appropriations made for special purposes for which 1930 appropriations are not
required, nam ely, mine rescue car and other equipm ent, $50,580; investigating methods of producing oil from shale,
$77,340, the 1930 estim ates for the Bureau of M ines are $51,272 in excess of the funds available for th at bureau for 1929.
T h e increases involved are as follows: O perating mine rescue cars and stations, $321,710 to $326,130, for an additional
associate m ining engineer; testing fuel, $169,410 to $179,210, for a stu d y of the production of Liquid fuels from coal;
oil, gas, and oil-shale investigations, $208,480 to $232,000, to determine methods of producing liquid fuels from natural
gas; economics o f m ineral industries, $276,018 to $285,000, to perm it more frequent issue o f coal-stock reports and
further to expand the w ork in m ineral statistics.




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Furtherm ore, the estim ate of $144,220 for mineral mining investigations is an increase of $10,000 over 1929 when
consideration is given to the fact th at the operation of the Reno Station, involving $22,250, form erly carried under this
fund, will be transferred in 1930 to the appropriation for m ining experiment stations. This increase will perm it a study
of such mining problems as safety, conservation of resources, and elimination of waste. Th e $95,800 recom ­
mended for helium production and conservation for 1930, together w ith the amounts from former appropriations, will
be sufficient for the balance of the plant construction program and for the further amount needed to exercise options
on leaseholds and will also perm it, if necessary, the drilling of an additional well at a cost of $50,000.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Appropriated for 1929___________________________________________________ ____________ $300, 632, 539. 00
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928,
amending the classification act of 1923______________________________________________
1, 218, 931. 26
Total for 1929_______ _____ _______ ____________________________________________
Budget estimate for 1930_____________________________________________________________

301, 851, 470. 26
310, 957, 045. 78

Net increase__________________________________________________________________

9, 105, 575. 52

T h e estimates for the office of the Secretary of the Interior are decreased from $891,560 to $883,000 as the result
of small reductions in personnel and in contingent expenses.
T h e gradually diminishing cost of the adm inistration of the public-land service is responsible largely for the
decrease in the estim ates for the General L and Office from $2,241,650 to $2,193,900.
T h e estimates for the Bureau of Indian Affairs are increased from $14,889,463 to $15,960,815.78, to give added
im petus to the cause of education among the Indians and to provide increased facilities for conserving their health.
T he appropriation for A rm y and N a v y pensions is increased from $210,000,000 to $221,000,000 to provide the
additional amount necessary to p ay the higher rate of pension granted certain C ivil W ar widows at the last session of
Congress. The annual am ount for financing the G overnm ent’s liability to the civil-service retirement and disability
fund is increased from $19,950,000 to $20,500,000 to keep pace w ith the increase in the Governm ent pay roll resulting
from recent legislation.
T h e estimates for the Bureau of Reclam ation are decreased from $12,839,100 to $8,639,000. H owever, provision
is made for continuing the availability of the balances of certain prior year authorizations, to the extent of $3,300,000.
In addition, expenditures totaling $390,000 from powder revenues are authorized, and it is also proposed to use $623,100
of funds advanced b y w ater users, for the construction, operation, and m aintenance of reclam ation projects. There
would thus be available for expenditure in 1930 b y the Bureau of Reclam ation a total sum of $12,952,100, which is a
decrease of $3,652,596 from the total amount available in 1929.
F or the Geological Su rvey the estim ates are increased from $1,995,480 to $2,015,300. An increase for topographic
m apping in cooperation w ith the States, and increases on account of the recent salary increase act, are largely offset
b y decreases in various items.
T h e estimates for the N ation al P ark Service are increased from $4,732,515 to $7,294,090. This is due to an
increase, from $2,500,000 to $5,000,000, in the estim ate of appropriation for the construction of roads and trails in the
national parks, and follows the program authorized b y the Congress at its last session for expediting this work.
There is an increase from $977,872 to $1,068,160 in the estimates for the Bureau of Education. A 3-year program
for the study of secondary education in the U nited States is contem plated, and provision is made for the further
extension of educational and m edical relief work among the natives of Alaska.
A decrease from $300,440 to $219,600 in the estim ates for the territorial governments of Alaska and H aw aii is
due to the fact th at the Territorial legislatures will not meet during 1930. The estim ate for the A laska R ailroad is
decreased from $1,300,000 to $1,200,000, because of increased earnings by the railroad.
F or St. E lizabeths H ospital there is an increase from $1,375,132.33 to $1,430,000. T he item for repairs and
im provements is decreased from $285,000 to $150,000, due to the completion during the present fiscal year of a num ber
of m ajor repair and building im provem ent projects. This decrease is more than offset b y an increase of $75,000 in
order to complete in the fiscal year 1930 the m edical and surgical building, for beginning the construction of which
$400,000 was appropriated for the fiscal year 1929, and b y an increase of approxim ately $115,000 to provide for an
increased number of patients.
F or the Colum bia In stitution for the D eaf there is a decrease from $130,000 to $120,000, as a result of the nonrecurrence of an item of $15,000 for remodeling the power plant during the fiscal year 1929, and of a proposed increase
for 1930 of $5,000 in the am ount for salaries.
T h e estim ates for H ow ard U n iversity are increased from $390,000 to $600,000 to provide $80,000 additional
for salaries and expenses, and an increase of $130,000 for the completion of the chem istry building and of the young
w om en's dorm itory building.
T h e estim ates for Freedm en's H ospital are decreased from $492,574 to $260,180. Item s amounting to $252,000
for remodeling of buildings, contained in the 1929 appropriation act, w ill not appear in 1930. Salary and subsistence
item s are increased, how ever, b y approxim ately $20,000.
The estim ated am ounts required under various perm anent and indefinite appropriations tot J Z 45! 0)0 :i
'27
against $25,712,000 for the fiscal year 1929.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Appropriated for 1929--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- %2o, SO 0 :2 . 50
S,
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28. 192S,
amending the classification act of 1923-----------------------------------------------------------------------771, 714. 00
Total for 1929---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Budget estimate for 1930___ ____________________________________________________________

27, 579,776. 50
28,103, 570. 00

Net increase_____________________________ _— *-------- ------------------------------------------------

523,793. 50




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T h e estim ate for salaries, D epartm ent of Justice, contains an increase of $20,400 for additional legal and steno­
graphic personnel in connection with incom e-tax cases appealed from the Board of T a x Appeals to the United States
C ircu it C o u rts of Appeals. T he estim ate also provides for the transfer to this appropriation of the personnel now being
paid from enforcem ent of acts to regulate commerce, amounting to $11,200.
There is a new item for $75,000 for protecting interests of the U nited States under the settlem ent of war claims
act of 1928, which provides among other things that the A ttorn ey General shall assign such officers and em ployees
o f the D epartm ent of Justice as m ay be necessary to represent the U nited States in the proceedings growing out of
claim s of Germ an nationals against the U nited States.
T he increase of $65,500 in the estim ate for salaries of circuit, district, and retired judges is due to legislation
authorizing the appointm ent of an additional United States district judge in southern Iowa, and a considerable
increase in the p ay roll for retired judges.
A n additional am ount of $19,000 is necessary to pay the increases in the salaries of justices of the Supreme
C o u rt and judges of the circuit courts of H awaii as authorized b y the act of M a y 29, 1928.
An increase of $14,000 is recommended in the estim ate for supplies for U nited States courts to purchase binders
for the loose-leaf dockets it is intended to install in the offices of U nited States court officials. H eretofore the entire
cost of the bound dockets has been paid from printing and binding, bu t under the loose-leaf system only the sheets
will be paid therefrom, and it is possible, because of the change and economies effected thereby, to m ake a reduction
of $20,000 in printing and binding.
In order to m ake a flexible fund for the paym ent of jurors and witnesses and avoid deficiencies, it is recommended
th at the appropriations fees of jurors and fees of witnesses be combined and th at the new appropriation be increased
$50,000.
The estim ates for the m aintenance of our penal and correctional institutions show a net,increase of $172,451, to
care for estim ated increase in the num ber of prisoners at these institutions.
A n am ount of $50,000 is recommended for repairs to the Governm ent-owned bridge over the M issouri R iver
connecting the F o rt Leavenw orth M ilitary R eservation with land in M issouri, which bridge and land were transferred
from the W ar D epartm ent to the D epartm ent of Justice by the act of M a y 31, 1924, the land being now used b y the
U nited States penitentiary, L eavenw orth, K an s., as a farm. There is an estim ate of $65,000 for the construction,
furniture, and equipm ent of an auditorium at the United States penitentiary, M cN eil Island, W ash. A nd $150,000
is recommended in addition to the $400,000 previously appropriated for the construction of perm anent buildings a t
the U nited States Industrial R eform atory, Chillicothe, Ohio, this project to cost not exceeding $3,000,000 and to be
com pleted w ithin five years.
A n increase of $150,000 is recommended for support of U nited States prisoners to cover the additional cost of
m aintenance based on an estim ated increase in the num ber of Federal prisoners in State institutions.
Reductions are contem plated in the appropriations printing and binding, detection and prosecution of crimes,
salaries, fees and expenses of m arshals, and p a y of special assistant attorneys.
Appropriations for 1929 w hich will not be required for 1930 are $60,000 for the construction of a dorm itory at
the N ational Train ing School for B o ys, W ashington, D . C ., and $177,100 for certain construction, repair, and equip­
m ent item s for the U nited States penitentiary, M cN eil Island, W ash.
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Appropriated for 1929---------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $11, 078, 340
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amending
the classification act of 1923____________________________________________________________
520, 680
Total for 1929_____________________________________ - _______________________________
Budget estimate for 1930_________________________________________________________________
Decrease_____________________________ - - __________________________________________

11, 599, 020
719, 430

10 ,

879, 590

T h e appropriation for 1929 includes $1,108,000 for prom otion of the welfare and hygiene of m aternity and infan cy,
Children s Bureau. T h e auth ority for this prom otion, during a period of seven years, in the act of N ovem ber 23, 1921,
as amended b y the act of Jan u ary 22, 1927 (44 Stat. 1024), expires on June 30, 1929, and appropriation therefor is
not requested for 1930. T h e appropriation for 1929 also includes $207,000 for special repairs at E llis Island, and
nothing is estim ated for 1930 for this purpose. Included in the 1929 appropriation is $100,000 m ade available in
the deficiency act of M a y 29, 1928, for an unem ploym ent survey directed b y Senate Resolution 147, first session!
Seventieth Congress. T h e 1930 estim ate includes $40,000 for continuation of this survey. In addition to amounts
required to m eet salary increases under the act to amend salary rates, approved M a y 28, 1928, the estim ates request
appropriation increases for the follow ing purposes:
Contingent expenses__________________________________________________________________________
$500
Salaries, Bureau of Immigration_______________________________________________________________
15,160
Expenses of regulating immigration____________________________________________________________ 457, 660
Salaries, Bureau of Naturalization___________________________ __________________________________
16,440
Salaries, Children's Bureau____________________________________________________________________
3, 820

The increase for contingent expenses is for the replacement of worn-out m achinery, Bureau of L abor Statistics*
The increase for salaries, Bureau of Im m igration, is for additional employees in the D istrict of Colum bia required
to care for additional work, particularly relating to personnel and accounts, visa work, and return permits.
For expenses of regulating im m igration an increase of $244,590 is required for increased p a y of inspectors authorized
in the act approved M a y 29, 1928 (45 Stat. 954), and $213,070 is requested to provide 80 additional inspectors and
field clerical assistance.
T he increases for salaries, Bureau of N aturalization, and miscellaneous expenses, Bureau o f N aturalization, are to
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T h e increase for salaries, C hildren’s Bureau, is needed to com plete the audit of State accounts in connection with
the prom otion of the w elfare and hygiene of m aternity and infancy, required b y the act of N ovem ber 23, 1921, as
amended.
NAVY DEPARTMENT
Appropriated for 1929___________________________________________________________________ $364, 233, 362
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amend­
ing the classification act of 1923______________________________________ ________ ________
798, 059
Total for 1929___________________________________________________________ _______ _
Budget estimate for 1930__________________________________________________ $349, 125, 482
To be made available by transfer from the naval supply account fund_________
2, 000, 000
--------------------Decrease_________________________________________________________________________

365, 031, 421
351, 125, 482
13, 905, 939

In general, the estim ates for 1930 will provide for the same num ber of enlisted men for the N a v y and M arine
Corps for 1930 as for 1929; for practically the same number of ships in commission during 1930 as will be in commission
at the close of 1929; for continuing work at a normal rate of speed on all ships now under construction; for commencing
construction of three lem aining fleet submarines authorized in 1916; for continuing the 5-year program of developm ent
of naval aeronautics authorized b y the act of June 24, 1926; for numerous public works projects, including new buildings,
amm unition storage facilities, and completion of the dredging project authorized for Pearl H arbor; and for the operation
and m aintenance of the fleet and of shore stations.
T h e following comparison is made between the Budget estim ate for 1930 and the existing appropriation for 1929.
The estim ate for p ay of the N a v y shows an increase from $127,651,215 to $130,482,827, due principally to autom atic
increases in pay of officers and men on account of length of service and to an increase in the number of officers and
men on the reserve or retired lists. P a y of M arine Corps is increased from $15,665,816 to $16,124,131, due chiefly
to the same causes as stated above under pay of the N a vy . The N a v a l Reserve is increased from $4,075,000 to
$4,750,000 specifically for the purpose of providing for an increase in the training of reserve personnel on aviation
duty, with a view of partially supplying flying personnel, in addition to th at available from the regular service, required
to carry forward the 5-year program for aeronautics. The increase in construction and repair from $17,228,000 to
$17,528,500 is for the purpose of procuring pontoons for salvaging vessels, especially submarines. T h e total for
public works is increased from $5,410,750 to $6,227,350. T h e several items m aking up the total under this title are
more or less unrelated from year to year and do not adm it of comparison. B u t for 1930 the increase over 1929 is
chiefly due to the inclusion of the sum of $1,500,000 toward providing for ammunition storage facilities authorized
in the second deficiency act, fiscal year 1928. T h e estimate of $11,569,400 for ordnance and ordnance stores indi­
cates a decrease as compared w ith the amount of $11,952,050 appropriated for 1929. B u t the amount for 1929
included $1,000,000 tow ard providing antiaircraft batteries for the battleships California and Tennessee, for which
only $107,000 to com plete this project is included in the estim ate for 1930. Therefore, for usual purposes the esti­
m ate for 1930 really represents an increase over 1929. T h e reduction under increase of the N a v y from $48,200,000
for 1929 to $36,750,000 (which includes $2,000,000 to commence construction of three fleet submarines) is due to the
progress being made tow ard com pleting the existing authorized program of ship construction.
T h e appropriation for 1929 included $6,575,000 for m ajor alterations of naval vessels. This amount, together
with the amount of $6,575,000 included in the first deficiency act, 1928, made available the total amount authorized
to date. Therefore no am ount for this purpose is included in the Budget estim ate for 1930. T he estim ate of $31,500,000 for aeronautics for 1930 as compared with $31,956,000 for 1929 indicates a decrease under this title. F or
1929 there was appropriated $1,800,000, together w ith the reappropriation of $200,000, to commence work on two
rigid airships. D ue to d elay in lettin g the contract for these airships, the unexpended balance to be carried forward
from 1929 will approxim ate $800,000, which, w ith the sum of $1,000,000 included in the B udget estim ate, is consid­
ered sufficient to m eet cash requirem ents during 1930. Therefore, excluding the amounts pertaining to rigid air­
ships, the Budget estim ate shows an increase of $344,000 available under aeronautics for the procurement of air-craft
and for developm ent, m aintenance, operation, and training purposes. In the developm ent of the 5-year aircraft
program it now appears th at the shortage of qualified flying personnel is becoming acute. W ith a view of balancing
the program , the B u d get for 1930 includes m aterial increases in the item s affecting training and a m aterial decrease
in the amount to be used for the purchase of new planes. This proposal to provide for an increase in flying personnel
under aeronautics is also reflected in the estim ate for the N a va l Reserve, mentioned above.
D educting the am ounts pertaining to public works, m ajor alterations of naval vessels, and increase of the N a v y ,
there remains for 1929, $304,845,671, and for 1930 $308,148,132, indicating an increase of $3,302,461 for 1930 over
1929 fo r current and ordinary requirements.
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT
Appropriated for 1929, including estimated expenditures under indefinite appropriations_____ $774, 445, 042
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28,1928, amending
the classification act of 1923___________________________________________________________
259, 803
Total_____________________________________________________________________________
Budget estimate for 1930_________________________________________________________________
Increase__________________________________________________________________________

774, 704, 845
816, 209, 325
41, 504, 480

W hen the B u d get for 1929 w as transm itted to Congress in D ecem ber, 1927, postal expenditures for the fiscal year
1929 were estim ated at $768,270,042, an increase over the estim ate for the previous year of $27,399,642, or 3.7 per
cent. T h e postal revenues were estim ated a t $753,000,000, an increase over the estim ate for the previous y e a r of
$42,500,000, or 6 per cent. T h e resulting deficiency in the postal revenues for the fiscal y ea r 1929 w as therefore
$15,270,042, a decrease under the estim ate for the previous y e a r o f $15,100,358.



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THE BUDGET, 1930

In preparing the B u d get for 1930 it has been necessary to revise the estim ates for 1929 to a point where it is
apparent that the P ostal Service is becoming, in increasing degree, a severe drain on the general funds of the Treasury
derived from custom s duties, internal revenue taxes, and receipts from miscellaneous sources. T h e expenditures for
1929 are now estim ated at $790,495,830, an increase over the previous estim ate of $22,225,788. Th e revenues are
now estim ated at $707,000,000, a decrease under the previous estim ate of $46,000,000. Th e resulting deficiency in the
postal revenues for the fiscal year 1929 is $83,495,830, an increase over the previous estim ate of $68,225,788.
A n analysis of the reasons for the m arked increase in the postal deficiency for 1929 shows th at it is due principally
to legislation enacted b y Congress and to a decision of the Interstate Com merce Commission m aterially increasing com­
pensation to railroads for transportation of the mails, after the B u d get for 1929 was transm itted to Congress. Am ong
the more im portant item s of legislation, and the amounts by which the estim ated postal deficiency for 1929 has been
increased by reason of the enactm ent of the legislation, m ay be mentioned the following:
Night work differential:
Act of May 24, 1928, authorizing 10 per cent additional pay to postal employees required to
work at night, i. e., between 6 p. m. and 6 a. m___ _____ _____________________________ $6 , 565, 000
Additional compensation to fourth-class postmasters:
Act of May 24, 1928, authorizing allowances for rent, fuel, light, and equipment to post­
masters of the fourth class in an amount equal to 15 per cent of the compensation earned
in each quarter_____________________________________________________________________ 2, 790, 000
Merchant marine act:
Act of May 22, 1928, known as the merchant marine act, 1928, authorizing the making of
special contracts for the transportation of mail to foreign countries on American ships
meeting certain requirements________________________________________________________ 7, 500, 000
(The annual charge for this item in 1930 will be approximately $12,000,000.)
Foreign air mail act:
Act of Mar. 8 , 1928, authorizing the Postmaster General to enter into contracts for periods
not exceeding 10 years for the transportation of mail to foreign countries and insular
possessions by aircraft______________________________________________________________
1, 750, 000
(The annual charge for this item in 1930 will be approximately $4,000,000.)
Reduction in postage rates:
Act of May 29, 1928, revising certain postage rates will serve, according to the best estimate
that can be made, to reduce postal revenues__________________________________________ 16, 325, 000
Act of May 17, 1928, authorizing reduction in the rates of postage on air mail within the
United States to not less than 5 cents for each ounce or fraction thereof will serve, it is
believed, to increase revenues rather than reduce them, because of increased mailings.
For a time, however, expenditures will increase until better terms can be made with con­
tractors because of increased poundage.
Total increase due to new legislation_______________________________________________ 34, 930, 000
Increase in cost of railroad transportation:
Increased rates for transportation of mails on railroads fixed by the Interstate Commerce
' Commission in its order of July 10, 1928, effective Aug. 1, 1928, will increase annual
expenditures in the fiscal year 1929__________________________________________________ 13, 750, 000
(The annual charge for this item in 1930 will be approximately $15,000,000.)
___________
Total increase due to new legislation and increased railroad rates____________________

48, 680, 000

I t will thus be seen th at of the increase of over $68,000,000 in the estim ated postal deficiency for 1929, over
$48,000,000 is due to new legislation and the increase in railroad rates b y the Interstate Com m erce Commission.
T h e rem aining $20,000,000 is accounted for b y a reduction in the estim ate of the rate of increase in revenues for 1929
from 6 per cent in the B u d get for 1929 to 4 per cent in the B u d get for 1930, less unexpended balances of appropria­
tions, and to an actual reduction in the revenues for 1928, on which the percentage of increase for 1929 was based.
W ith regard to the fiscal year 1930, it is shown in the sum m ary at the head of this synopsis th at the appropria­
tions for 1929 am ount to $774,445,042, and th at the B u d get estim ates for 1930 am ount to $816,209,325, w ith a
resulting net increase for 1930 over 1929 of $41,764,283. T h is am ount should be reduced, however, by $18,673,700
because of probable supplem ental estim ates for 1929, due principally to the new legislation and the increase in rail­
road rates referred to above. On this basis the net increase for 1930 over 1929 falls to $23,090,583, and is accounted
for principally as follows:
A n increase of $10,070, to provide one translator for the office of the chief inspector, and three additional clerks
for the International P ostal Service.
A n increase of $6,100,000 for clerks in first and second class post offices, to provide for increases in p ay for night
w ork allowed b y recent legislation, for autom atic promotions and necessary additional personnel.
A n increase of $450,000 for w atchm en, messengers, and laborers, to provide for additional p a y for night work,
for autom atic prom otions, and for additional laborers in post offices.
A n increase of $100,000 for clerks at contract stations, to provide for the cost of new stations and the increased
cost of renewing contracts.
A n increase o f $350,000 for rent, light, and fuel to provide for the cost of additional quarters and space for
handling the m ails and increased cost of renewing leases.
A n increase of $220,000 for m iscellaneous expenses of the R a ilw ay M ail Service, principally for im proving con­
ditions at terminals.
A n increase of $1,500,000 for c ity delivery carriers, to provide for additional p a y for nigh t w ork, for autom atic
prom otions, and necessary additional carriers.
A n increase of $750,000 for special-delivery fees, to provide for the anticipated increase in special-delivery
business.
A n increase of $500,000 for the vehicle service, to provide for additional p a y for night work, and for the purchase
o f new equipm ent.
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A n increase of $671,300 in the provision for the com pensation of postm asters, due principally to the additional
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A decrease o f $50,000 in village delivery service, due to a probable decrease in the num ber of offices eligible for
this service.
A decrease of $50,000 in car fare and bicycle allowance, due to better distribution of post offices and the trans­
portation of carriers in m otor vehicles.
A n increase of $2,550,000 in railroad transportation and mail-messenger service, due principally to th e decision
of the Interstate Com m erce Com m ission increasing railroad rates for the transportation of the mails.
A n increase of $2,750,000 for R a ilw ay M ail Service salaries, to provide for increased p ay for night work, for
autom atic promotions and necessary additional personnel.
A n increase of $220,000 for miscellaneous expenses of the R a ilw ay M ail Service, principally for im proving condi­
tions at terminals.
A n increase of $3,950,000 for foreign m ail transportation, due to additional special contracts under the provi­
sions of the m erchant m arine act of 1928, a further m aterial extension of airplane service to foreign countries, and an
increase in sea-post service.
An increase of $3,300,000 for contract A ir M ail Service, due to the large increase in the volum e of this class of
m ail, and the new routes necessary to m eet the demand for this service.
A decrease of $35,000 in power-boat service, due to an anticipated reduction in the cost of this service.
A decrease of $1,900,000 in the provision for the m anufacture of stam ped paper, due to reduction in the cost
of stam ped envelopes, change in postage rates, and the use of business reply cards and envelopes.
A decrease of $500,000 in indemnities for the loss of dom estic m ail, due to a decrease in the num ber and amount
of claim s as the result of b etter service.
A n increase of $140,000 in the provision for the m anufacture of m ail bags and equipm ent, due to increased cost
of canvas and an increase in number of sacks and pouches required.
A n increase of $650,000 for star-route service, to provide for the grow th of this service due in part to the dis­
continuance of railroad lines which in m any cases are replaced b y busses.
A n increase of $1,000,000 for R u ral D elive ry Service, for the extension of existing routes and the establishm ent of
new routes.
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Appropriated for 1929_________________________________________________________ _______ $14, 466, 236. 39
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amend­
115, 720. 00
ing the classification act of 1923___________________________________________________
Total for 1929____________________________________________________ _____________
Budget estimate for 1930______________________________________________________________

14, 581, 956. 39
14, 744, 831. 43

Net increase____________________________________________________________________

162, 875. 04

Included in the net increase of $162,875.04 are increases of $40,000 in personnel and $10,000 in- printing and
binding for the enlarged publication program of the departm ent, which contem plates publication of the U nited States
T re a ty Series, publishing press releases and other documents, and bringing Foreign Relations up to date, including
the publication in similar form of the diplom atic correspondence relating to the W orld W ar from 1914 through 1919.
T here are also recommended $23,300 for additional personnel in the new ly created treaty division, $14,000 for the
appointm ent of perm anent civilian employees as chiefs of the D ivisions of L atin Am erican Affairs and N ear Eastern
A ffairs to replace Foreign Service officers now on detail to the departm ent, and $14,760 for additional stenographic
help.
There is an increase of $75,000 in the estim ate for transportation of Foreign Service officers, to cover additional
travel between the U nited States and posts in foreign countries on account of vacancies which m ay occur in the Foreign
Service because of a change in adm inistration, to take care of deferred transfers, to permit the return to the U nited
States on statu tory leave of absence of Foreign Service officers who h ave performed three years or more of continuous
service abroad, and for transporting to their former homes in this country the remains of Foreign Service officers who
m ay die abroad or in transit and which is now being paid from another fund.
A n amount of $2,000,000 is recommended for the acquisition b y purchase or construction of sites and buildings
in foreign cities and for the initial repair, alteration, and furnishing of such buildings, under the Foreign Service buildings
act of 1926, which authorizes not exceeding $10,000,000 to be appropriated for this purpose, with a provision that
not more than $2,000,000 shall be appropriated for any one year, bu t th at all appropriations made pursuant to the
authorization shall rem ain available until expended. Thus far there have been appropriated $435,000 in 1927,
$700,000 in 1928, and $1,300,000 in 1929, or a total of $2,435,000.
T h e quota of the U nited States tow ard the m aintenance of the P an Am erican Union has been increased from
$152,256 to $167,219.60, based on a new estim ate of population and an increase of 10 per cent in the budget of the
union to meet the obligations devolving upon it b y reason of the retirem ent plan as approved b y the governing board.
A reduction has been m ade in the estim ate for relief and protection of Am erican seamen from $100,000 to $80,000,
based on expenditures for the past several years.
There is a decrease of $45,835 in the estim ate for the M ixed Claim s Commission, U nited States and Germ any,
due to the fact th at it is now thought there will be less than 6,000 claims filed under the settlem ent of w ar claim s
act of 1928 instead o f 12,000 claim s as originally estim ated.
T h e estim ate for the International W ater Commission, U nited States and M exico, was of necessity fixed at
$15,000 for 1930 as com pared to an appropriation of $35,000 for 1929 because the enabling act o f M arch 3, 1927,
places a lim itation of $50,000 on the am ount to be appropriated for this purpose.
In arriving a t the am ount of the net increase for 1930 there has been taken into consideration appropriations for
1929 not asked for 1930, the m ost im portant of which are the International Exposition at Seville, Spain, $300,000;
diplom atic and consular establishm ents, T o k yo , Japan, $250,000; conference on conciliation and arbitration, $50,000;
sta tu e o f H enry C la y in C aracas, Venezuela, $41,000; Perm anent International Association o f R oad Congresses,
$25,000; and the Second P a n A m erican Conference on H igh w ays a t R io de Janeiro, $15,000.



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT
(Exclusive of interest on and retirement of the public debt from ordinary receipts)
Appropriated for 1929, including estimated expenditures under indefinite
appropriations____________________________________________________$345, 940, 278. 0 0
Additional amount required for 1929 to provide for increases in
salaries to certain customs service employees under the act of
May 29, 1928 (Bacharach Act)________________________________
900, 089. 00
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act ap­
proved May 28, 1928, amending the classification act of 1923___
5,177, 779. 0 0
Total______________________________________________ ______ __________________$352,018,146.00
Budget estimate for 1930____________________________________________ $329, 698, 615. 80
Approximate additional amount required for new projects under
the public buildings act of May 25, 1926, for which supple­
mental estimates will be transmitted to Congress when the Treas­
ury Department has concluded its survey of projects to be under­
taken at this time____________________________________________
11, 960, 000. 00
Total_____________ ____________________________________ _______ ____ ______ _
Net reduction__________________________________________________ ____________

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341, 658, 615. 80
10,

359, 530. 20

T his reduction is m ade possible principally b y a substantial decrease in the am ount required to be appropriated
for public buildings.
T h e details as to the increases and decreases which result in the n et reduction, and the branches of the Treasury
service involved, are as follows:
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF CLERK AND SUPERINTENDENT

A net increase of $42,800 for miscellaneous and contingent expenses, due principally to the necessity of providing
for the care of additional buildings and for m iscellaneous expenses of certain activities, heretofore covered b y other
appropriations, and for additional labor-saving m achines and devices.
DIVISION OF BOOKKEEPING AND WARRANTS

A n increase o f $60,000 in the estim ated expenditures under the indefinite appropriation for the recoinage of silver
coins.
PUBLIC DEBT SERVICE

A reduction of $127,250 in the expenses connected w ith the adm inistration of public debt and paper currency
issues, due largely to the retirem ent of the third L ib erty loan in the fiscal year 1929. In addition there is also a reduc­
tion of $131,895 in the estim ated requirem ents under the indefinite appropriation for expenses of loans below the
amount included in the B u d get for 1929, and $582,130 below the am ount which it is now estim ated will be spent in the
fiscal y ea r 1929 for this purpose.
A reduction of $175,000 in the requirem ents for distinctive paper for U nited States securities, due to the reduction
in the size o f paper currency.
T h e total reduction in the expense of adm inistering public d ebt and paper currency issues in the fiscal year 1930,
com pared w ith the fiscal yea r 1929, is therefore $884,380, and this does not include reduced m anufacturing costs for
paper currency which w ill be shown in the estim ates of the Bureau o f E n gravin g and Printing.
CUSTOMS SERVICE

In addition to the increases in p a y to custom s em ployees under the so-called W elch and B ach arach A cts, am ounting
to $542,423 and $900,089, respectively, there is a further increase of $488,928 in the provisions for the custom s service.
T h is is m ade up principally of increases of $6,840 for four additional clerks in the departm ental service, $322,500
for 150 additional em ployees in the field service, $150,000 for incidental and contingent expenses, and $26,400 for
autom atic prom otion of clerks under the provisions of the B ach arach A ct.
T h e estim ated expenditures under the appropriations for refund of excessive duties and debentures or draw backs
show increases of $500,000 and $2,000,000, respectively.
FEDERAL FARM LOAN BUREAU

A n increase of $106,800 to enable the Federal F arm Loan B u reau to com plete the reorganization of its depart­
m ental and field forces, in order th a t it m ay deal prom ptly and effectively w ith the m any ana varied problems which
are now before this service.
COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

A n increase of $100,000 in the estim ated expenditures under the special fund for salaries and expenses of nationalbank examiners.
BUREAU OF PROHIBITION

A net reduction of $96,304, in volvin g an increase of $10,080 for seven additional positions in the departm ental
service a t W ashington, and a reduction o f $106,384 due to the elim ination in the estim ates o f the requirem ents for
financing the various units of the field service in excess o f the am ount which probably w ill be a ctu ally expended.




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A decrease of $50,000 in the estim ated expenditures under the indefinite appropriation for allowances or drawbacks
on internal-revenue taxes paid on distilled spirits used in the m anufacture of flavoring extracts, m edicinal or toilet
preparations exported.
COAST GUARD

A net increase of $641,275, m ade up principally of an increase of $14,295 for additions to the force in the com­
m andant's office in W ashington; a decrease of $42,800 in the provision for fuel and water, due principally to allowances
in 1929 in excess of needs; an increase of $102,000 for outfits and ship chandlery, due to increased requirements for
amm unition, sundry supplies and m aterials, and other equipm ent; a reduction of $75,000 for^rebuilding and repair­
ing stations, due to decreased requirem ents; an increase of $30,000 for com m unication lines, due principally to the re­
newal of certain cables to isolated lighthouses on the coast of Florida; an increase of $666,000 for continuing the con­
struction of the 10 new cutters authorized in 1926, the funds provided for 1930 m aking possible the com pletion of the
seventh and eighth cutters and beginning the ninth cutter; an increase of $81,400 for repairs to C oast G uard vessels;
and a reduction of $34,770 for new C oast G uard stations, due to the fact th at no additional stations are v ita lly necessary
at this time.
BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING

A reduction of $202,263, due principally to the reduction in size of paper currency, the partial use of paper, instead
of cloth, for wiping presses, and decreased requirements for new m achinery.
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE

A net reduction of $300,477, m ade up principally of an increase of $28,926 for pay of commissioned officers, to
provide for autom atic prom otions; an increase of $17,400 for additional acting assistant surgeons; an increase of $11,940
fo r seven additional junior inspectors and an additional engineer, an increase of $17,500 for additional force in the hos­
pital service, for the treatm ent of C oast G uard officers and exam inations under the provisions of the so-called longshore­
m en's act; a reduction of $90,310 for the quarantine service, due principally to the nonrecurrence of the item for new
vessels; a reduction of $262,000 in the provision for studies of rural sanitation, due to the expiration of the arrangem ents
for cooperative w ork in the flood area; and a reduction of $15,000 due to the practical com pletion of the su rvey of saltm arsh areas in the South A tla n tic and G u lf States.
BUREAU OF THE MINT

A net reduction of $23,963, due principally to the proposed discontinuance of the Carson C it y (N ev.) M in t and the
consolidation of the appropriations for the m aintenance and operation of the various mints and assay offices.
OFFICE OF THE SUPERVISING ARCHITECT

T h e appropriations for the construction of public buildings for the fiscal year 1929, including marine hospitals and
quarantine stations, and $8,000,000 for a new appraiser's stores building in N ew Y o rk C ity which will be com pleted
w ithin the fiscal year, am ounted to $54,811,500. T h e B u d get estim ates for 1930, plus the $11,960,000 reserved for
supplem ental estim ates to be transm itted later, as mentioned in the Summary above, am ount to $41,250,000, a reduction
of $13,561,500.
F or public buildings under the provisions of the act of M a y 25, 1926, the estim ates for 1930 are $1,468,500 less
than the appropriations for 1929. T h is is m ade possible largely b y the proposal to appropriate in lum p sum for the
construction and com pletion of projects in respect to which the lim its of cost have already been fixed. T h e estim ate
for the purchase of land for public buildings within the so-called “ trian gle” in W ashington is $4,680,000 under the
am ount appropriated in 1929. O w ing to delays in acquiring these lands a large part of the funds heretofore appro­
priated are still unspent, and it is believed these unexpended funds, plus the $5,000,000 for which an estim ate is now
subm itted, will m ake available all the m oney th at can possibly be expended until additional funds are provided in
subsequent annual appropriation bills. I f the amount of the estim ate is appropriated the unappropriated balance
of the original authorization of $25,000,000 for the purchase of this land will be $10,320,000.
T h e am ount of the estim ate for rem odeling public buildings is increased $50,000 over the appropriation for 1929,
in order to relieve congestion in public buildings which are not included in the public building program , b u t which
require im m ediate atten tion in order to properly conduct G overnm ent business.
T h e estim ate for rent of tem porary quarters for the accom m odation o f G overnm ent officials during reconstruction
o f Federal buildings under the building program has been increased $625,000 over the appropriation for 1929. T h e
building program is gaining headw ay and the cost of tem porary quarters in the large cities of the cou ntry is quite high.
E v e r y effort is being m ade, however, to keep the obligations incurred thereunder within reasonable bounds. In m any
cases the special alterations required for the conduct of the business to be accom m odated are extensive and the cost
o f them is u su ally m ade a p a rt of the first year's rent. In order to secure more econom ical term s legislation is proposed
in the text of the estim ate authorizing the Secretary of the T reasu ry to enter into leases for periods not exceeding three
years.
There is an increase o f $379,572 in the estim ates for repair, equipm ent, and general expenses of public buildings.
Aside from a sm all increase in the provisions for general expenses, the increase is due to provisions for m ajor repair
item s in these estim ates w hich have heretofore been included specifically in the estim ates for construction.
T h e estim ate for outside professional services shows an apparent reduction of $155,000 under the appropriation
for 1929. In the 1929 appropriation, however, provision w as m ade for special services in the D istrict of C olum bia
and architectural assistance in designing die new Federal building in P ittsburgh. These item s do n o t recur in the




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estim ates for 1930. O n the other hand provision is m ade in the 1930 estim ates for professional services in connection
w ith the new Federal building in Chicago at a cost o f approxim ately $342,000.
F o r the operating expenses of public buildings $140,705 additional is provided. Included in these expenses
$196,000 is for additional force to care for 19 new buildings and 16 border inspection stations and to provide for the
salaries of telephone operators in public buildings on switchboards covering join tly two or more Governm ent activi­
ties. F or furniture and repairs to same $10,000 additional is provided. D ue to economies effected and efficient
adm inistration it has been found possible to reduce the estim ates for operating supplies b y $65,000.
MISCELLANEOUS

In the fiscal year 1928 there was appropriated $50,000,000 to carry out the provisions of the settlem ent of w ar
claim s act of 1928, approved M arch 10, 1928, and this amount has been w ithdraw n and placed in a special Treasury
fund to be available for disbursem ent when needed. W hile the act authorizes, under certain conditions, appropria­
tions not in excess of $100,000,000 in the aggregate, it is not probable th at additional appropriations will be necessary
either in the fiscal years 1929 or 1930.
WAR DEPARTMENT
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$390, 685, 051
Appropriated for fiscal year 1929--- --------------------------- -----------------1, 799, 419
Unexpended balances reappropriated for 1929___
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Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act ap­
1, 723, 539
proved May 28, 1928, amending the classification act of 1923________
Total for 1929_._ __________________________________________
Budget estimate for 1930.______________ __________ - ___________

394, 208, 009
426, 135, 122

Increase_______________________________________________ _____
Decrease____ * _____ ____________ _______ _________________

$9, 260, 300

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$8 , 660,

000

176, 660

T
otal

$408, 605, 351
1, 799, 419
1,

900, 199

9, 260, 300
8 , 689, 100
571,''2 6 6 '

8 , 836, 660
10, 0 11, 0 00

412, 304, 969
444, 835, 222

1, 174, 340

31, 927, 113

Net increase. _ ~ _
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P am C al
an a an

32, 530, 253
571, 200
31, 959, 053

T h e am ount shown in the above table as the total a va ila b ility for the fiscal year 1929, nam ely, $412,304,969,
does not include appropriations m ade b y the second deficiency act, fiscal year 1928, approved M a v 29, 1928. W hile
such appropriations are chargeable against the fiscal year 1928, approxim ately $20,000,000 th ere o f will, in fact, be
expended during the fiscal y ea r 1929. T a k in g this into consideration, the real net increase of B u d get estim ates for
1930 over the am ount available for 1929 is approxim ately $12,000,000 instead of $31,959,053, as shown in the above
table. T his $12,000,000 net increase is due principally to an increase in p a y of the A rm y by reason of the autom atic
advance of officers to higher p a y rates, an increase in the average officer strength of 200 in order to provide additional
officers for the A ir Corps under the provisions of the A ir Corps act of Ju ly 2, 1926, and an increase in the retired lists
of officers and enlisted m en; to an increase in the am ount for construction of barracks and quarters in accordance w ith
increased authorizations of Congress for this purpose; to an increase in the am ount required b y the A ir Corps for the
third increm ent under the 5-year expansion program provided for b y the act of Ju ly 2, 1926; and for an increase in the
amounts required for flood control on the M ississippi and Sacram ento R ivers under the provisions of the flood control
act of M a y 15, 1928.
MILITARY AND NONMILITARY ACTIVITIES (EXCLUSIVE OF NATIONAL HOME FOR DISABLED VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS AND
PANAMA CANAL)

T h e am ount estim ated for the m aintenance and operation of the R egular A rm y, supplem ented b y the use of other
funds which will be available to the W ar D epartm ent for this purpose, will provide for an average strength through­
out the y ea r of 12,000 commissioned officers and 118,750 enlisted men, exclusive of the Philippine Scouts, for which an
average enlisted strength of 6,500 is provided. T h e am ount estim ated for the civilian com ponents w ill provide for
the training of 16,382 reserve officers for an average of two weeks and of 454 reserve officers for periods varyin g from
one m onth to one y ea r; for the attendance of 35,000 men at citizens’ m ilitary training cam ps; for an enrollm ent of
127,141 students in the reserve officers’ training corps units; and for the m aintenance of the N ation al G uard at an
aggregate strength of 190,000.
T h e B u d get estim ate also provides for essentials connected w ith the m aintenance and operation of active m ilitary
posts, cam ps, and stations as now constituted. T h e estim ates for 1930 for these purposes for barracks and quarters,
other buildings and utilities am ount to a total of $11,650,784, which is a decrease of $1,018,160 from the appropriation
for 1929, m ade possible b y the replacem ent of W orld W ar buildings w ith new construction i^ider the A rm y housing
program provided for b y Congress. F o r new construction at m ilitary posts, exclusive of the U nited States M ilita ry
A cad em y, of barracks and quarters and utilities and appurtenances thereto, there is carried in the 1930 B u d get the
sum of $14,441,950, an increase of $8,159,975 over the am ount appropriated for this purpose for 1929. In addition to
the am ount subm itted for appropriation, provision is m ade in the 1930 B u d get for obligation b y contract to the extent
of $3,000,000. T h ere has already been appropriated under the A rm y housing program a total of $20,751,409.
Provision is m ade for necessary A rm y transportation, including the operation of the A rm y T ran sport Service,
and for the purchase of 2,000 horses, 1,000 mules, and $500,000 w orth of new m otor cars and trucks; for the m ainte­
nance in p art o f w ar reserves; fo r surveillance o f and protection o f stocks o f amm unition to prevent deterioration and
spontaneous com bustion; for the continuation of A rm y laundries a t general hospitals, the disciplinary barracks and




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at various camps, posts, and stations; for the upkeep of existing fortifications and accessories, and for carrying for­
ward the general plan for the protection of the Panam a Canal.
F o r the A ir Corps of the R egu lar A rm y $33,447,429 is estim ated, of which am ount $2,250,000 is for liquidating
obligations previously incurred under contract authorizations. In addition, the B udget m akes provision for A rm y
aviatio n to the extent of approxim ately $32,500,000, various sums aggregating this amount being included in the
estim ates for the p a y and supply branches of the A rm y for application to the m aintenance, operation, and expansion
of the A ir Corps of the R egu lar A rm y and in the estim ates for the N ational G uard and Organized Reserves. Th e
am ount provided in the B u d get estim ates for the purchase of airplanes, their spare parts and accessories, aggregates
$18,258,942, of which $17,439,280 is for the A ir Corps of the R egular A rm y, $300,000 for the N ational Guard, and
$519,662 for the O rganized Reserves.
F o r the U nited States M ilita ry A cadem y provision is m ade for the essentials connected with its m aintenance
and operation, and $600,000 is provided toward the construction of a new cadet barracks.
T h e estim ates provide $500,000 for the national m atches on the same basis as for the fiscal year 1929.
A pproxim ately $1,700,000 is included in the estim ates to provide for salary increases authorized b y the a ct o f
M a y 28, 1928.
Excluding all item s of a nonm ilitary character, as well as the p ay of m ilitary personnel on the retired lists of th e
A rm y, the total am ount provided for national defense in the W ar D epartm ent B udget estim ates is $308,744,101.
F unds recommended will care for the various nonm ilitary activities of the W ar Departm ent, such as national
cem eteries, national m ilitary parks, national monuments and memorials, and the A laska cable and telegraph system ,
and will m aintain existing roads, bridges, and trails in Alaska.
F or rivers and harbors, $50,000,000 is carried for the m aintenance and im provem ent of existing river and harbor
w orks, in addition to $7,207,600 which will be available from perm anent specific and indefinite appropriations and
contributed funds. F or flood control on the M ississippi and Sacram ento R ivers $30,000,000 and $1,000,000, respec­
tiv e ly , are estim ated. In addition an estim ate of $4,370,000 is subm itted under the provisions of the flood control
act approved M a y 15, 1928, to cover refundm ent to the State of California of funds previously contributed b y th a t
S ta te for flood control on the Sacram ento R iver. F or the m aintenance and operation of D am No. 2, M uscle Shoals,
A la., including its hydroelectric power plant, $270,000 is estim ated. T h is plant is being operated and the power
generated is sold to private interests and is producing a net annual revenue of approxim ately $900,000, which is
deposited in the T reasu ry to the credit of miscellaneous receipts. T h e to ta l provided for all item s of river and harbor
work, including flood control, is $93,647,600.
NATIONAL HOME FOR DISABLED VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS

F o r the N ation al H om e for D isabled Volunteer Soldiers the B u d get estim ate provides for the essentials con­
nected w ith the m aintenance and operation of the 10 homes and for aid to State and Territorial homes for disabled
soldiers and sailors.
PANAMA CANAL

F o r the Panam a C an al the B u d get estim ates provide for essentials necessary for the normal m aintenance and
operation of the canal, and for the sanitation and civil governm ent of the C anal Zone. In addition, provision is m ade
for capital additions consisting of $400,000 for continuing the construction of perm anent quarters for canal em ployees;
$80,000 for additional nurses* quarters a t Gorges H ospital; $24,000 for highw ay resurfacing; $176,000 for the pur­
chase of 4 towing locom otives, and $1,000,000 toward the construction of a dam across the Chagres R iver, at A lhajuela, Panam a, to provide for additional storage of w ater for use in the operation of the canal. This latter project was
commenced during the fiscal yea r 1929 w ith an initial appropriation of $250,000. Its total cost is estim ated at
$12,000,000.
In connection w ith B u d g et estim ates for m aintaining and operating this great national asset the following infor­
m ation is of interest :
T h e investm ent in the canal and its adjuncts is p a rtly for national defense and p artly com mercial. T o June
30, 1928, the investm ent charged to national defense was $113,127,338 and to com mercial use $269,995,041, the total
investm ent being $383,122,379, which is exclusive of fortifications, m ilitary posts, and n aval bases. T h e to ta l gross
revenues from the opening o f the canal to June 30, 1928, amoun ted to $362,553,019, derived from tolls, taxes, and
business operations. D edu ctin g from this the expenses incident to transiting vessels through the canal, $104,028,845,
and expenses connected w ith business operations, $159,608,734, which includes the value of services, supplies, and
m aterials sold, we h ave a net revenue, excluding interest on the investm ent, of $98,915,440. O f this, $92,229,121
w as from tolls and taxes and $6,686,319 from business operations. Included in the expense account for the canal
are fixed annual charges of $1,138,474 for depreciation and am ortization of canal fixed property and $743,000 for
depreciation on canal plants and equipm ent. T h e am ount o f tolls collected has increased from $5,627,463 in 19 17
to $26,943,513 in 1928, the increase for 1928 over 1927 am ounting to $2,714,683.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Appropriated for 1929--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$40, 357, 308
Additional amount required for 1929 to meet provisions of act approved May 28, 1928, amend­
ing the classification act of 1923.------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------572, 029
Total for 1929.......... - _______ ________ __________________________ __________________ .
Budget estimate for 1930---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

40, 929, 337
39, 935, 622

Net decrease------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

993, 715

A n estim ate o f $63,000 is subm itted to cover the D istrict’s share of enforcing, through the U nited States
E m p loyees’ Com pensation Com m ission, the w orkm en’s com pensation act, approved M a y 17, 1928.
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F or the office of the director of traffic an increase of #7,000 is recommended to provide for tem porary clerk hire
that will be needed in 1930 in renewing automobile operators' permits.
T h e printing and binding needs of the different departm ents, heretofore paid from the departm ent appropria­
tion^ are collected into one estim ate of $70,000 for the fiscal year 1930. A n estim ate of $5,000 is included for the
purchase of calculating machines for the assessor's office.
F or street and road im provem ent and repair (including the trees and parking division and work incident to the
m aintenance of public convenience stations) the estim ates for 1930 total $3,662,400 as compared w ith current appro­
priations of $4,078,460. T h is decrease of $416,060 is more than accounted for b y the absence in the 1930 estim ates
of any street-widening projects, or of any item similar to the 1929 appropriation of $178,000 for reflooring the H ighw ay
Bridge. T h e estim ate for repairs to streets is the same as for 1929, $1,475,000. It is proposed to consolidate in one
appropriation item of $87,500 “ for construction, m aintenance, operation, and repair of bridges," items previously
carried separately for the m aintenance of the H ighw ay, A nacostia, and Francis Scott K e y Bridges.
An increase of $1,750 is recommended for the operation, b y the playgrounds departm ent, in the summer tim e,
of additional public-school playgrounds.
A comprehensive stu d y of street lighting requirem ents is under w ay b y D istrict officials, and in view of this situ­
ation no change is recommended in the 1929 appropriation of $950,000.
F or operating the public schools the estim ates for 1930 am ount to $9,683,580, as compared w ith current funds of
$9,538,530. T h is increase of $144,970 is distributed through various activities, but provides, among other things,
$27,000 for the purchase of office appliances for instruction purposes in the Business and Cardozo H igh Schools;
$13,600 for additional furniture and equipm ent in the normal schools; $20,000 additional for fuel, light, and power;
and $64,600 for salaries of additional school teachers.
F or buildings and grounds the B u d get provides $1,650,000 for new construction, and $310,000 for the purchase
o f additional school buSding and playground sites, m aking a total of $1,960,000 as compared with 1929 appropria­
tions of $2,612,000. T h e 1929 item s of $250,000 for com pleting the building, and $250,000 for the athletic field and
grounds, at the new M cK in le y Technical H igh School (as well as $350,000 for equipm ent of th at school), are not
recurrent item s in the 1930 estim ates. Provision is made in the 1930 estim ates for beginning construction of a new
business high school on land now owned b y the D istrict of Colum bia at Thirteenth and U pshur Streets N W ., at a
total authorized cost of $1,500,000, and w ith the provision th at the present building shall be utilized as an elem entary
school for colored pupils. T h e 1930 estim ates also provide for the com pletion of the E . A . P aul Junior H igh School
in B rightw ood, the 24-room John Q uincy A dam s elem entary school building in the vicin ity of N ineteenth Street and
Colum bia R oad N W ., and the M organ School at Florida A venue and California Street N W ., for beginning construc­
tion, on a 2-year program , of the Reno Junior H igh School and the K ingsm an Junior H igh School; and for other
construction as follow s: A n eight-room addition, including gym nasium and assem bly halT, at the L o v e jo y School,
gym nasium and assem bly hall at the John E ato n School; and an athletic field and stadium for the D u n bar H igh School.
Estim ates are included for the purchase of building sites at the Giddings and L o v ejo y Schools, and in the vicin ity of
C onnecticut A venue and U pton Street, and for additional playground space at the Stevens and Banneker Schools.
T h e estim ates for the police departm ent total $3,129,190. T h e appropriations for 1929, am ounting to $3,141,545,
included $52,000 for the erection o f a new N o. 15 police precinct station house. Increases of $27,000 for the
em ploym ent of 15 additional privates, $8,669 for the installation of a teletype switchboard system , and $5,000 for the
purchase and m aintenance of m otor vehicles, are recommended.
F o r the fire departm ent an estim ate of $28,000 is subm itted for the purchase of a site in the vicin ity of C onnecti­
cu t and N ebraska A venues N W ., to supplem ent a current appropriation of $12,000 for th at purpose. There is also
included an estim ate of $63,750 for the construction of a fire station on this site, $19,000 for fire apparatus, and $17,000
for the salaries of 18 additional privates for this new com pany during the last 6 m onths of the fiscal y e a r 1930.
T he estim ates for the health departm ent include $1,020 for repairs to the crem atorium ; $1,750 for the purchase
of a m otor am bulance; and $3,640 tow ard the establishm ent of an additional child-hygiene center. Consolidations of
several sm all appropriation item s under this departm ent are also recommended.
The estim ates for the juvenile, police, and m unicipal courts show little change over current appropriations, bu t an
increase of $3,300 for repairs and im provem ents to the courthouse is for the purpose of providing separate quarters
there for men and wom en jurors who are held overnight. A decrease of $10,000 is recommended for support of D istrict
prisoners in Federal institutions in view of the intention to care for a larger num ber of these inm ates a t the reform atory
at Lorton, V a. C hiefly on account of the increase in condem nation proceedings instituted b y the Federal G overnm ent
in connection w ith its public building program , the regular 1929 appropriation for m iscellaneous expenses, supreme
court, has been increased from $35,000 to an estim ate of $60,000.
Because of the increased facilities th at will be available at G allinger H ospital in 1930, the estim ates for m edical
charities have been reduced from $137,000 to $68,000. Beginning w ith 1930 the D istrict will handle all ch arity
cases at Gallinger, except for estim ates of $18,000 and $10,000, respectively, for continued ch arity work at C h il­
dren's H ospital and the W ashington H om e for Incurables, and $25,000 and $15,000, respectively, for accident cases
a t Em ergency and C a su a lty H ospitals. T h e estim ates for G allinger H ospital have been increased to provide for the
larger population expected in 1930.
T h e estim ates for the D istrict Training School, located near Laurel, M d ., have been increased to provide for the
larger num ber of feeble-m inded children th at will be sent to this institution in 1930, the principal increases being
$5,720 for personnel, $10,000 for m aintenance, and $5,000 for repairs and im provem ents. E stim ates of $1,500 for
tw o silos, $1,750 for a m otor truck, $2,500 for additional land, $100,000 for an em ployees' home, and $15,000 for a
residence for the superintendent, are also recommended.
account of the increased attendance at the H om e for the A ged and Infirm the m aintenance appropriation is
increased b y $4,000, and provision is m ade for the extension of w ard buildings and dining-room facilities a t a cost of
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T h e estim ates for the m ilitia are practically the same as the appropriations for 1929, and the amount recommended
for the reclam ation of Anacostia F lats, S 180,000, is the same as for 1929.
F o r public buildings and public parks the estim ates provide a total increase of #56,065. F o r the continued de­
velopm ent of park im provem ents, the estim ates include $100,000 for M eridian H ill P ark; $90,000 for the R o ck Creek
and Potom ac connecting parkw ay; $25,000 for A nacostia P ark ; $14,000 for the installation of lighting and sewer sys­
tem s for the sylvan theater; and $10,000 for minor auxiliary structures. F o r the work of the N ation al C ap ital P ark
and Planning Com mission, including the purchase of land for park and playground purposes, $600,000 is provided.
Increases of $1,680 for an additional guard and $4,380 for additional equipm ent and supplies are recommended
for the Zoological Park.
F o r the w ater service the B u d get recommendations am ount to $1,495,330.
T h e total of the estim ates for perm anent and indefinite appropriations is $3,052,500. T h e increase of $332,500
over the estim ates for 1929 is chiefly occasioned b y the increased estim ate for the extension of streets and avenues.
RETIREMENT OF THE PUBLIC DEBT REQUIRED TO BE MADE FROM ORDINARY RECEIPTS
Appropriated for 1929, revised as shown in the Budget for 1930____________ _______ ____$542, 442, 707. 56
Budget estimate for 1930................. ..... ‘________________________________ _____ _________ 553,067,629.02
Increase____________________________________ ______ _______________ _____ ______

10,624,921.46

T h e amount is made up of an increase of $9,370,721.46 in sinking-fund operations, a reduction of $245,800 in
retirem ents from proceeds of principal and interest of foreign-govem m ent obligations, and an increase of $1,500,000
in retirem ents from Federal reserve bank franchise-tax receipts. T h e retirem ents from net earnings derived from
Federal interm ediate credit banks and from receipts from miscellaneous sources, forfeitures, and gifts are estim ated
at $375,000 and $200,000, respectively, in both years.
INTEREST ON THE PUBLIC DEBT
Estimated expenditures for 1929, revised as shown in the Budget for 1930.____ _____________ $675, 000, 000
640, 000, 000
Estimated expenditures for 1930_________________________________________________________
Reduction________________________________________________________________________

35, 000, 000

T h e reduction for 1930 below 1929 is due to the continued curtailm ent of the public debt, principally to the retire­
m ent of the third L ib e rty loan on Septem ber 15, 1928. T h e estim ated expenditures for the fiscal year 1929, as shown
in the B udget for th at year, were $670,000,000. D u e to the high m oney rates prevailing in the early part of the fiscal
year 1929, which m aterially affected the refinancing which it w as necessary to accomplish during th at time, it has been
found necessary to increase the estim ated expenditures for th at year b y $5,000,000.







R e c a p it u la t io n o f E s tim a te s o f A p p r o p r ia t io n s f o r 1930, a n d o f A p p r o p r ia tio n s fo r 1929,
b y D e p a r t m e n ts , e t c .
O a iza u its
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C H A P T E R

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S T A T E S

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E S T A B L I S H M E N T
S E N A T E

S a l a r i e s a n d m i l e a g e o f S e n a t o r s ______________
S a la r ie s o f o ffic e r s a n d e m p l o y e e s , S e n a t e ,

$ 1 ,0 1 1 ,0 0 0 . 0 0

$ 1 ,0 1 1 ,0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 4 5 6 , 8 3 1 . 6 0

1, 4 5 0 , 5 2 5 . 3 0

C o n t i n g e n t e x p e n s e s o f t h e S e n a t e ___________

443, 820. 00
40, 000. 00

443, 770. 00
40, 000. 00

2, 951, 651. 60

2, 9 4 5 , 2 9 5 . 3 0

M i s c e l l a n e o u s __________________________________________
T o ta l, S e n a te H O U S E
S a la r ie s a n d m ile a g e o f M e m b e r s a n d

O F

R E P R E S E N T A T IV E S

D e le g a te s .

4, 582, 500. 0 0

4, 582, 500. 00

S a l a r i e s o f o f f i c e r s a n d e m p l o y e e s , H o u s e ___________
C o n t i n g e n t e x p e n s e s o f t h e H o u s e _____________________

2, 647, 131. 00
352, 650. 00

2, 0 2 7 , 3 63 . 16

M i s c e l l a n e o u s i t e m s ___________________________________________

5, 0 0 0 . 0 0

9, 0 00 . 0 0

7, 587, 281. 00

7, 5 3 2 , 5 13 . 16

77, 770. 00
10, 190. 0 0

77, 770. 0 0
10, 190. 0 0

75, 000. 00
4, 0 00 . 0 0

75, 000. 00
4, 000. 00

166, 960. 00

166, 960. 0 0

112, 080. 00

105, 512. 80
162, 035. 80

T o t a l , H o u s e o f R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s __________________________________________
L E G IS L A T IV E

M IS C E L L A N E O U S

C a p i t o l p o l i c e , s a l a r i e s a n d c o n t i n g e n t ___________________________________________
J o in t C o m m itt e e o n

P r i n t i n g _________________________________________________________

O f f i c e o f l e g i s l a t i v e c o u n s e l ____________________________________________________________
S t a t e m e n t o f a p p r o p r i a t i o n s __________________________________________________________
T o t a l, le g is la t iv e m is c e lla n e o u s _
A R C H IT E C T

313, 650. 00

O F

T H E

C A P IT O L

S a l a r i e s ___________________________________
C a p it o l B u ild in g a n d G r o u n d s ..

295, 233. 24

S e n a t e O f f i c e B u i l d i n g ______________

93, 628, 00

89, 854. 00

H o u s e O f f i c e B u i l d i n g ______________

120, 138. 80

C a p i t o l p o w e r p l a n t _________________
S e n a t e w i n g , r e c o n s t r u c t i o n _____

947, 366. 00

1 0 1 ,0 7 8 . 2 0
373, 880. 00
500, 000. 00

S e n a te a n d H o u s e v e n t ila t io n - _

3 2 3 , 0 0 0 . 0C

B ook sta ck s,

387, 000. 0(

L ib r a r y

B u ild in g s .

B u ild in g s a n d g r o u n d s ,

693, 080. 00

B o t a n i c G a r d e n , b u i l d i n g s ________

300, 000. 00

L ib r a r y

103, 360. 0(

2, 561, 526. 04

I m p r o v e m e n t s _______________________
T o ta l, B o t a n ic G a r d e n ,
O F

142, 597. 00

1, 092, 025. 0 0

G A R D E N

S a la r ie s -

L IB R A R Y

57, 800. 00

173, 060. 0 0

B O T A N IC

84, 797. 00

71, 800. 00

C a p i t o l _______________________

2 , 1 4 5 , 7 2 0 . 80

101, 260. 00

T o ta l u n d e r A r c h ite c t o f th e

C O N G R E S S

S a l a r i e s ________________________________________________________________________

1, 2 1 9 , 2 0 5 . 0 0

I n c r e a s e o f L i b r a r y ______________________________________________________

110, 500. 00

110, 500. 00

P r i n t i n g a n d b i n d i n g ____________________________________________________
C o n t i n g e n t a n d m i s c e l l a n e o u s e x p e n s e s ________________________

356, 000. 00

336, 000. 00

13, 500. 00

11, 000. 0 0

C a r e a n d m a i n t e n a n c e _________________________________________________

155, 247. 00
205, 000. 00

133, 462. 00

800. 00

800. 00

2, 0 6 0 , 2 52 . 0 0

1, 8 43 , 7 8 7 . 0 0

P u b l i c p r i n t i n g a n d b i n d i n g ___________________________________________________

2, 700, 000. 00

2 , 500, 000. 00

S a la r ie s a n d e x p e n s e s , o ff ic e o f S u p e r in t e n d e n t o f D o c u m e n t s .

719, 000. 00

637, 000. 00

P r i n t e r __________

3, 4 1 9 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

3 ,1 3 7 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

T o t a l, L e g is la tiv e E s ta b lis h m e n t .

18, 9 19 , 730. 64

1 17, 913, 873. 26

C o n t r i b u t e d f u n d s _______________________________________________________
T r u s t fu n d , b e q u e s t o f G e r tr u d e M . H u b b a r d , in te r e s tT o t a l , L i b r a r y o f C o n g r e s s ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------G O V E R N M E N T

T o t a l u n d e r P u b lic

P R IN T IN G

160, 000. 00

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E X E C U T IV E

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_______
______________________
S a l a r y o f t h e P r e s i d e n t _____________________________________________ __________
S a l a r y o f t h e V i c e P r e s i d e n t _______________________________________________________________________________________

$75, 000. 00

!

$75, 000. 00

15, 0 0 0 . 0 0

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S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s , E x e c u t i v e O f f i c e ______________________________________________________________________
T r a v e l i n g e x p e n s e s o f t h e P r e s i d e n t ________________________________________ _________________________________

141, 220. 0 0

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15, 0 0 0 . 0 0
134, 280. 0 0

25, 000. 00

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M a in te n a n c e , E x e c u t iv e

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116, 000. 00

25, 000. 00
102, 000. 00

______________________________________________

85, 900. 0 0

85, 900. 00

4 58 , 120. 00

14 37 , 180. 0 0

M a n s io n

a n d g r o u n d s _______________________

W h i t e H o u s e p o l i c e __________________________________________________
T o ta l u n d e r E x e c u tiv e O ffic e _
IN D E P E N D E N T

O F F IC E S

A l a s k a r e l i e f f u n d s _____________________________________________________ _ ___________
A m e r i c a n B a t t l e M o n u m e n t s C o m m i s s i o n ________________________________
A r l i n g t o n M e m o r i a l B r i d g e C o m m i s s i o n ___________________________________

2, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

B o a r d o f M e d i a t i o n _________________________________________________________________

348, 270. 00

B o a r d o f T a x A p p e a l s ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------B u r e a u o f E f f i c i e n c y ________________________________________________________________
C i v i l S e r v i c e C o m m i s s i o n _________________________________________________________

725, 863. 0 0
228, 130. 00
1, 2 5 1 , 5 6 2 . 0 0

720, 740. 00
210, 350. 00
1, 1 3 0 , 3 5 2 . 0 0

C o m m i s s i o n o f F i n e A r t s ________________ ______ __________________________________

9, 080. 0 0
4, 0 7 7 , 3 2 6 . 0 0
8, 1 76 , 120. 0 0

7, 3 0 0 . 0 0
3, 7 5 5 , 0 1 0 . 0 0

E m p lo y e e s ’ C o m p e n s a tio n

C o m m i s s i o n ____________________________________

F e d e r a l B o a r d f o r V o c a t i o n a l E d u c a t i o n ___________________________________
F e d e r a l P o w e r C o m m i s s i o n ______________________________________________________
F e d e r a l R a d io

C o m m i s s i o n _______________________________________________________

F e d e r a l R e s e r v e B o a r d _________________________________________________________
_
F e d e r a l T r a d e C o m m i s s i o n _______________________________________________________

15, 0 0 0 . 0 0
600, 000. 00

179, 500. 00
164, 440. 00
2, 6 0 5 , 7 41 . 0 0

15, 0 00 .
700, 000.
2, 3 0 0 , 0 0 0 .
347, 902.

00
00
00
00

8, 220, 000. 00
120, 890. 0 0
364, 027. 00
2, 700. 000. 0 0

1, 2 8 9 , 7 6 0 . 0 0

1, 0 4 8 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

H o u s i n g C o r p o r a t i o n ________________________________________________________________

4, 132, 000. 00
397, 950. 00

3, 8 2 0 , 0 00 . 0 0
475, 750. 0 0

I n t e r s t a t e C o m m e r c e C o m m i s s i o n ____________________________________________

8, 2 1 3 , 825 . 0 0

7, 6 5 4 , 7 4 5 . 0 0

N a tio n a l A d v is o r y

C o m m i t t e e f o r A e r o n a u t i c s __________________________

1, 3 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

P u b l i c B u i l d i n g s a n d P u b l i c P a r k s o f t h e N a t i o n a l C a p i t a l _______
S m i t h s o n i a n I n s t i t u t i o n a n d N a t i o n a l M u s e u m ________________________

2, 8 88 , 061. 00

600, 000. 00
2, 652, 980. 00
1, 0 0 4 , 1 6 2 . 0 0

G e n e r a l A c c o u n t i n g O f f i c e ________________________________________________________

T a r i f f C o m m i s s i o n _____________________________________________________________ ______
U n it e d S ta te s G e o g r a p h ic

B o a r d ______________________________________________

U n ite d S t a te s S h ip p in g B o a r d a n d

M e r c h a n t F le e t C o r p o r a t io n .

A p p r o p r ia tio n fo r 1929 n o t a sk e d fo r

1 9 3 0 ____________________________

1, 1 0 7 , 5 7 3 . 0 0
815, 000. 00
9, 2 0 0 . 0 0
9, 994, 000. 0 0

_

754, 000. 00
4, 3 00 . 0 0
13, 6 8 8 , 7 50 . 0 0
214, 374. 00

U n ite d S ta te s V e te r a n s ' B u r e a u :
S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s __________________________________ ____________________________

43, 500, 000. 00

40, 000, 000. 00

P r i n t i n g a n d b i n d i n g ________________________________________________________________

125, 000. 00

M i l i t a r y a n d n a v a l c o m p e n s a t i o n _____________________________________________

191, 450, 000. 0 0
31, 650, 000. 0 0

135, 000. 0 0
195, 000, 000. 0 0
31, 6 75 , 000. 0 0

M i l i t a r y a n d n a v a l i n s u r a n c e ___________________________________________________
H o s p i t a l f a c i l i t i e s a n d s e r v i c e s _________________________________________________

115, 250, 000. 00

106, 750, 0 00 . 0 0

A d j u s t e d s e r v i c e c e r t i f i c a t e f u n d _______________________________________________

112, 000, 000. 0 0

1 1 2 “ OOO,’ 0 0 0 . ' 0 0

97, 400, 000. 00

74, 500, 000. 0 0

597, 375, 000. 00

1 560, 060, 000. 00

648, 361, 521. 00

1 613, 005, 812. 00

727, 450. 00
101, 000. 00
141, 000. 00

657, 000. 00
91, 000. 00

M i s c e l l a n e o u s e x p e n s e s __________________________________________________________________________________
R e n t o f b u i l d i n g s __________________________________________________________________________________________

203, 440. 00

2 28 , 116. 8 8

1, 1 7 2 , 8 9 0 . 0 0

1, 1 1 8 , 4 1 6 . 8 8

S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s ____________________________________________________________________________________

400, 000. 00

379, 500. 00

P r i n t i n g a n d b i n d i n g _____________________________________________________________________________________

792, 000. 00

742, 000. 00

T o t a l , O f f i c e o f I n f o r m a t i o n _______________________________________________________________________

1, 1 9 2 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 1 2 1 , 5 0 0 . 0 0

102, 000. 00

90, 300. 0 0

M e d i c a l a n d h o s p i t a l s e r v i c e s ___________________________________________________

L osses on

c o n v e r t e d in s u r a n c e , G o v e r n m e n t life -in s u r a n c e f u n d .

I n v e s t m e n t o f G o v e r n m e n t l i f e - i n s u r a n c e f u n d _________________________
T o t a l u n d e r U n it e d

S ta te s V e te ra n s ' B u r e a u .

T o t a l , E x e c u t i v e O f f i c e a n d i n d e p e n d e n t e s t a b l i s h m e n t s _____________________________
C H A P T E R

I I I .—

D E P A R T M E N T

O F

6, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

A G R I C U L T U R E

O ffic e o f th e S e c r e t a r y :
S a l a r i e s , o f f i c e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y ______________________________________________________________________
M e c h a n i c a l s h o p s a n d p o w e r p l a n t _______ __________ ______________________________________________

T o t a l , o f f i c e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y _____________________________________________________________________

142, 300. 0 0

O ffic e o f I n fo r m a t io n :

L ib r a r y ,

D e p a r t m e n t o f A g r i c u l t u r e , s a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s ___________________________________

O ffic e o f E x p e r im e n t S t a t io n s :
S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s _____________________________________________________________________________ _______

402, 000. 00

376, 400. 00

S t a t e a g r i c u l t u r a l e x p e r i m e n t s t a t i o n s ____________________________________________________________

4, 3 35 , 000. 0 0

3, 8 40 , 0 00 . 0 0

T o t a l , O f f i c e o f E x p e r i m e n t S t a t i o n s ______________________ ________ ____________________________

4, 7 37 , 000. 00

4, 216, 400. 0 0

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a 141

Recapitulation of estimates oj appropriations jor 1930, and oj appropriations jor 1929, by departments, etc.—Continued
E s tim a tes for 1930

O rg a n iza tion u n its

C H A P T E R

I I I .—

D E P A R T M E N T

O F

A G R I C U L T U R E —

A p p r o p r ia tio n s for 1929 1

C o n tin u e d

E x te n s io n S e r v ic e :
S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s ______________________________________________________________________________________________
C o o p e r a t i v e a g r i c u l t u r a l e x t e n s i o n w o r k _______________________________________________ __________________

$1, 687, 000. 00

$2, 037, 480. 00

7, 3 8 2 , 9 3 6 . 0 0

7, 1 4 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

S e r v i c e _________________

9, 0 69 , 936. 0 0

9, 1 7 7 , 4 8 0 . 0 0

G r a n d t o t a l, o ffic e o f th e S e c r e t a r y .

16, 273, 826. 0 0

15, 724, 096. 88

W e a t h e r B u r e a u , s a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s _____

3, 143, 400. 00

2, 771, 500. 0 0

B u re a u o f A n im a l I n d u s t r y :
S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s _________________________________________________________________

9, 0 2 7 , 7 90 . 0 0

8, 9 7 5 , 135. 0 0

5, 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

5, 2 0 2 , 6 6 0 . 0 0

14, 6 27 , 790. 0 0

14, 177, 895. 00

644, 800. 00
4, 7 61 , 140. 0 0

526, 600. 00
4, 3 8 0 , 4 3 6 . 0 0

F o r e s t - f i r e c o o p e r a t i o n ___________________________________________________________________________________

9, 5 0 0 . 2 8 0 . 0 0
1, 3 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

8, 8 7 0 , 1 05. 0 0
1, 2 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

A c q u is itio n o f la n d s f o r p r o t e c t io n

o f w a t e r s h e d s ____________________________________________

1, 9 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

2, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

C o o p e r a t i v e d i s t r i b u t i o n , f o r e s t - p l a n t i n g s t o c k _______________________________________________

83, 000. 00

75, 000. 00
500. 00

T o ta l, E x te n s io n

M e a t in s p e c t io n (in c lu d in g $ 3 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 p e r m a n e n t a p p r o p r ia t io n ) .
E r a d i c a t i o n o f f o o t - a n d - m o u t h d i s e a s e _______________________________________
T o ta l, B u rea u

o f A n im a l I n d u s t r y .

B u r e a u o f D a ir y I n d u s t r y , s a la r ie s a n d e x p e n s e s .
B u r e a u o f P la n t I n d u s t r y , s a la r ie s a n d e x p e n s e s ..

100. 0 0

F o r e s t S e r v ic e :
S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s _____________________________________________________________________________________

N a tio n a l F o re s t R e s e r v a tio n
S p e c ia l fu n d s —

C o m m i s s i o n _______________________________________________________

500. 00

R e f u n d s t o d e p o s i t o r s , e x c e s s o f d e p o s i t s _________________________________________________

75, 000. 00

P a y m e n t s t o S t a t e s a n d T e r r i t o r i e s , n a t i o n a l - f o r e s t f u n d s ________________________
C o o p e r a t i v e w o r k , F o r e s t S e r v i c e ____________________________________________________________

1, 4 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
1, 4 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

75, 000. 00
1, 2 8 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

M e x ic o n a t io n a l-fo r e s t fu n d s .

40, 000. 00

1, 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
40, 000. 00

R o a d s a n d t r a i l s f o r S t a t e s , n a t i o n a l - f o r e s t f u n d s _____________________________________

530, 000. 00

530, 000. 00

16, 2 28 , 780. 0 0

15, 575, 605. 00

1, 4 5 5 , 5 0 5 . 0 0
2, 148, 2 90 . 0 0

1, 2 9 3 , 6 1 3 . 0 0
1, 9 6 6 , 6 5 8 . 0 0

1, 1 6 2 , 7 8 0 . 0 0

1, 1 2 5 , 5 0 0 . 0 0

190, 600. 00

40, 000. 00

P a y m e n t t o s c h o o l fu n d s , A r iz o n a a n d

N ew

T o ta l, F o re st S e rv ice ,
B u r e a u o f C h e m is t r y a n d S o ils , s a la r ie s a n d e x p e n s e s .
B u r e a u o f E n t o m o l o g y , s a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s ____________
B u r e a u o f B io lo g ic a l S u r v e y :
S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s _________________________________________
U p p e r M is s is s ip p i R i v e r W ild
B e a r R iv e r B ir d

L i f e R e f u g e __________

R e f u g e ____________________________________

75, 000. 00

o f B i o l o g i c a l S u r v e y _______

1, 4 2 8 , 3 8 0 . 0 0

1, 1 6 5 , 5 0 0 . 0 0

B u r e a u o f P u b l ic R o a d s , s a la r ie s a n d e x p e n s e s .

485, 400. 00

440, 880. 00

S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s _____________________ ____________________________________________________

, 681, 900. 00

4, 2 2 8 , 0 6 0 . 0 0

E n f o r c e m e n t o f c o t t o n f u t u r e s a n d c o t t o n s t a n d a r d s a c t s ____________________

219, 500. 00

207, 000. 00

E n f o r c e m e n t o f g r a i n s t a n d a r d s a c t ____________________________________________________
A d m i n i s t r a t i o n o f w a r e h o u s e a c t _________________________________________________________

820, 000. 00
256, 000. 00

E n fo r c e m e n t o f s t a n d a r d c o n ta in e r , h a m p e r , a n d p r o d u c e a g e n c y a c t s -

40, 000. 00

240, 320. 00
37, 500. 00

W o o l - m a r k e t i n g s t u d i e s ______________________________________________________________________
S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s , w o o l d i v i s i o n ____________________________________________________

50, 000. 00

50, 000. 0 0

T o ta l, B u rea u

B u re a u o f A g r ic u ltu r a l E c o n o m ic s :

8, 0 0 0 . 0 0

758, 650. 00

8, 000. 0 0
96, 250. 00

O p e r a t i o n o f C e n t e r M a r k e t _______________________________________________________________
6, 0 7 5 , 4 0 0 . 0 0

5, 625, 780. 00

E c o n o m i c s , s a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s __________________________

157, 500. 00

137, 281. 0 0

P la n t Q u r a n t in e a n d C o n t r o l A d m in i s t r a t io n , s a la r ie s a n d e x p e n s e s E n f o r c e m e n t o f g r a i n f u t u r e s a c t _____________________________________________________

3, 015, 620. 0 0
110, 000. 00

2, 971, 050. 00
135, 000. 00

F ood,

T o ta l, B u r e a u o f A g ricu ltu ra l E c o n o m ic s .
B u reau o f H om e

A d m in i s t r a t io n , s a la r ie s a n d e x p e n s e s ..

1, 5 3 7 , 3 0 0 . 0 0

1, 4 7 0 , 6 0 5 . 0 0

E x p e r i m e n t s i n d a i r y i n g a n d l i v e s t o c k p r o d u c t i o n ___________________________

104, 000. 00

114, 000. 00

C o l l e c t i o n o f s e e d - g r a i n l o a n s __________________________________________________________

10, 000. 00

15, 0 0 0 .0 0
10, 0 00 . 0 0

E ig h th

D ru g, a n d

In s e c tic id e

I n t e r n a t io n a l D a ir y

C o n g r e s s ______________________________________________

C o o p e r a t i o n w i t h S o u t h C a r o l i n a e x p e r i m e n t s t a t i o n _______________________
F o r e s t r o a d s a n d t r a i l s ____________________________________________________________________
F e d e r a l - a i d h i g h w a y s y s t e m ____________________________________________________________
F lo o d

25, 000. 00
7, 5 00 , 0 00 . 0 0

74, 000, 000. 00

71, 000, 000. 00

25, 000. 00

H a m p s h i r e , a n d K e n t u c k y ___________________

5, 197, 294. 00

M e m o r i a l H i g h w a y _________________________________________________

2, 500, 000. 00

r e lie f, V e r m o n t , N e w

M ou n t V ernon

8, 000, 000. 00

T o t a l, D e p a r t m e n t o f A g r ic u lt u r e , in c lu d in g F e d e r a l-a id h ig h w a y s y s t e m .

1 5 4 , 2 3 2 ,1 3 1 . 0 0

*E siveof addition ain n requ to m th provision of th act approved M 2 ,1 2 , am d gth classificationact of 1 2 ,
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th e budget, 1930

Recapitulation of estimates of appropriations for 1930, and of appropriations for 1929, by departments, etc.—Continued
E ates for 13
stim
90

O a iza u its
rg n tion n
C H A P T E R

I V .—

D E P A R T M E N T

O F

A rop
pp riation for 1 2 1
s 99

C O M M E R C E

O ffic e o f th e S e c r e ta r y :
$308, 200. 00
444, 000. 00

$285, 600. 00
359, 500. 00

1, 7 1 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
968, 640. 00

1, 8 5 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
702, 000. 00

E n f o r c e m e n t o f w i r e l e s s c o m m u n i c a t i o n l a w s --------------------------------------------------------------------

5, 4 5 8 , 6 20 . 0 0
460, 000. 00

3, 659, 850. 00
320, 000. 00

T o t a l , o f f i c e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y __________________________________________________________________

9, 3 5 4 , 4 60 . 0 0

7, 181, 9 50 . 0 0

S a l a r i e s , o f f i c e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y __________________________________________________________________
C o n t i n g e n t a n d m i s c e l l a n e o u s e x p e n s e s _____________________________________________________
P r i n t i n g a n d b i n d i n g _________________________________________________________________________________
A i r c r a f t i n c o m m e r c e ________________________________________________________________________________
A i r - n a v i g a t i o n f a c i l i t i e s ___________________ _________________________________________________________

B u r e a u o f F o r e ig n a n d

D o m e s t ic C o m m e r c e :
270, 220. 00

252, 887. 00

4, 166, 203. 00

4, 0 0 4 , 4 70 . 0 0

C om m erce.

4, 436, 423. 00

4, 257, 357. 00

B u rea u o f th e C e n su s:
F i f t e e n t h D e c e n n i a l C e n s u s _______________________________________

19, 0 00 , 0 00. 00

2, 048, 200. 00

S a l a r i e s ________________________________________________

874, 660. 00

C l e r k h i r e ____________________________________________
C o n t i n g e n t e x p e n s e s ____________________________

159, 560. 00

818, 860. 00
147, 200. 0 0

S a l a r i e s ____________________________________________________________________
P r o m o t i n g c o m m e r c e , e t c _________________________________________
T o t a l, B u r e a u o f F o r e ig n a n d D o m e s t ic

S te a m b o a t I n s p e c t io n

S e r v ic e :

153, 000. 00

148, 000. 00

S e r v ic e _

1, 1 8 7 , 2 2 0 . 0 0

1, 1 1 4 , 0 6 0 . 0 0

S a l a r i e s ________________________________________________
C o n t in g e n t a n d m is c e lla n e o u s e x p e n s e s -

73, 840. 00
281, 200. 00

266, 980. 00

T o t a l , B u r e a u o f N a v i g a t i o n _____________

355, 040. 00

333, 880. 00

T o t a l, S te a m b o a t I n s p e c tio n
B u r e a u o f N a v ig a t io n :

66, 900. 00

B u reau o f S ta n d a rd s:
S a l a r i e s ________________________________________________

686, 146. 00

595, 000. 00

C o n t in g e n t a n d m is c e lla n e o u s e x p e n s e s .

1, 8 2 0 , 6 0 0 . 0 0

1, 6 5 1 , 0 5 5 . 0 0

2, 5 0 6 , 746. 0 0

2, 2 4 6 , 0 5 5 . 0 0

110, 000. 00

94, 250. 00

S a l a r i e s , e t c ________________________

5, 3 0 1 , 4 8 0 . 0 0

5, 0 5 4 , 0 00 . 0 0

G e n e r a l e x p e n s e s ________________
L i g h t s t a t i o n s , v e s s e l s , e t c _________

4, 298, 500. 00

4, 275, 000. 00

1, 6 4 0 , 0 0 0 , 0 0

1, 7 2 2 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

T o t a l, B u r e a u o f L ig h t h o u s e s .

11, 3 4 9 , 980. 0 0

11, 145, 2 50 . 0 0

T o ta l, B u re a u

o f S t a n d a r d s _______________

B u r e a u o f L ig h th o u s e s :
S a l a r i e s ____________________________________ s
L ig h th o u s e s e r v ic e —

C oast and

G e o d e tic S u rv e y :

S a l a r i e s _____________________________

483, 000. 00

446, 520. 00

P a y o f p e r s o n n e l o f v e s s e ls .

1, 2 0 8 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
624, 180. 00

1, 1 8 7 , 9 5 5 . 0 0
625, 560. 00

F i e l d e x p e n s e s ___________________

200, 680. 00

144, 500. 00

T o ta l, C o a s t a n d G e o d e tic S u rv e y -

2, 515, 860. 00

2, 404, 535. 00

B u r e a u o f F is h e r ie s :
S a l a r i e s ____________________________________________

823, 300. 00

747, 348. 00

M i s c e l l a n e o u s e x p e n s e s _____________________

962, 250. 00

800, 400. 00

A l a s k a , g e n e r a l s e r v i c e _____________________

360, 000. 00

367, 000. 00

25, 000. 00

25, 000. 00
71, 000. 00

2, 170, 550. 00

2, 010, 748. 00

S a l a r i e s ________________________

3, 0 35 , 000. 00

2, 7 87 , 6 15 . 0 0

M is c e lla n e o u s e x p e n s e s .
P h o t o l i t h o g r a p h y _________

68, 800. 00
230, 000. 00

73, 800. 00
230, 000. 00

T o t a l, P a t e n t O ffic e . _

3, 3 33 , 800. 0 0

3, 0 91 , 4 1 5 . 0 0

M i s c e l l a n e o u s i t e m s ___________

U pper

M is s is s ip p i R iv e r fis h r e f u g e . -

F i s h h a t c h e r i e s , e t c __________________________
T o t a l , B u r e a u o f F i s h e r i e s _____________
P a t e n t O ffic e :

B u r e a u o f M in e s :
S a l a r i e s a n d g e n e r a l e x p e n s e s ____________________________________
I n v e s t i g a t i n g m i n e a c c i d e n t s ____________________________________

91, 500. 00
422, 000. 00

399, 470. 00

O p e r a t i n g m i n e r e s c u e c a r s _______________________________________

326, 130. 00

342, 630. 00

H e liu m

86, 000. 00

in v e s tig a tio n s , p r o d u c t io n , a n d c o n s e r v a t io n .

170, 800. 00

537, 000. 00

M i s c e l l a n e o u s i t e m s _______ ________ __________________________________

1, 2 3 9 , 2 4 0 . 0 0

1, 1 7 6 , 9 8 0 . 0 0

2, 2 49 , 670. 00

2, 542, 080. 00

58, 459, 749. 00

1 3 8 , 3 7 5 , 5 3 0 .0 0

T o ta l, B u re a u o f M in e s .
T o ta l, D e p a rtm e n t o f C o m m e r c e .

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Recapitvlation of estimates of appropriations for 1980, and of appropriations for 1929, by departments, etc.— Continued
E a for 1 3
stimtes 9 0

O a iza u its
rg n tion n
C H A P T E R

V .—

I N T E R I O R

A ropriation for 1 2 1
pp
s 99

D E P A R T M E N T
$512, 000. 00

$475, 700. 00

P r i n t i n g a n d b i n d i n g ----------- -------------------------------

110, 000. 00
261, 000. 00

256, 500. 00

T o t a l , o f f i c e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y ______

883, 000. 00

850, 200. 00

755, 900

S a l a r i e s , o f f i c e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y -------------------C o n t in g e n t a n d m is c e lla n e o u s e x p e n s e s .

G e n e r a l L a n d O ffic e :
S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s _________________________________________ _______________________

118, 000. 00

00

695, 050. 00

S u r v e y i n g p u b l i c l a n d s _______________________________________________________________
S a l a r i e s a n d c o m m i s s i o n s o f r e g i s t e r s __________________________________________
C o n t i n g e n t e x p e n s e s , l a n d o f f i c e s ________________________________________________

780, 000. 00
70, 000. 00

750, 000. 00

168, 000. 00

70, 000. 00
193, 000. 0 0

P r o t e c t i n g p u b l i c l a n d s , t i m b e r , e t c ____________________________________________

420, 000. 00

430, 000. 00

I n d e fin it e a p p r o p r ia t io n s —
R e p a y m e n t f o r l a n d s e r r o n e o u s l y s o l d ___________________ ___________ _

25, 000. 00

30, 000. 0 0

M i s c e l l a n e o u s ______________________________________________________________________

13, 0 0 0 . 0 0

13, 0 0 0 . 0 0

S p e c ia l fu n d s —
D e p o s i t s f o r s u r v e y i n g p u b l i c l a n d s ------------------- -----------------------------------P a y m e n t s t o S t a t e s u n d e r m i n e r a l l e a s i n g a c t ------------ --------------------

25, 000. 00

30, 000. 00

, 640, 000. 00
15, 0 0 0 . 0 0

2, 0 0 0 , 0 00 . 0 0

S t a t e s ________ ___________ _________________

g r a n t f u n d ______________________________________

23, 000. 00

40, 000. 00

650, 000. 00

600, 000. 00

5, 3, a n d 2 p e r ce n t fu n d s t o
C oos B ay

W agon

R oad

P a y m e n ts t o c e r ta in c o u n tie s o f O r e g o n a n d

W a s h i n g t o n _____
O k l a h o m a , r o y a l t i e s , o i l a n d g a s ________ ________ ____________

15, 0 0 0 . 0 0

T r u s t fu n d s , o u t s t a n d in g lia b ilit ie s , a n d u n e a r n e d m o n e y s , la n d s .

50, 000. 00
1, 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 0 0 0 . 0 0

T o t a l , G e n e r a l L a n d O f f i c e ______________________________________________________

4, 6 35 , 9 00 . 0 0

4, 8 6 7 , 0 5 0 . 0 0

400, 000. 00

356, 000. 00

P a y m e n ts to

B u r e a u o f In d ia n A ffa ir s :
S a l a r i e s ______________________________________________________________________________________________
I n d ia n S e rv ice —
C u r r e n t a n d c o n t i n g e n t e x p e n s e s o f t h e I n d i a n S e r v i c e ________________
F u lfillin g t r e a t y s t ip u la t io n s a n d t r e a t y s u p p o r t s o f I n d ia n t r i b e s .

233, 200. 00

3, 048, 500. 00

G e n e r a l a n d m i s c e l l a n e o u s e x p e n s e s o f t h e I n d i a n S e r v i c e ____________

073, 580. 00
900, 000. 00
824, 035. 78

820, 000. 00
2, 139, 9 8 9 . 0 0

S u p p o r t o f s c h o o l s ___________________________________ ___________________________________

530, 000. 00

7, 0 1 3 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

I n d e fin it e a p p r o p r ia t io n s —
I n t e r e s t o n I n d i a n t r u s t f u n d s _____________________________________________________

700, 000. 00

720, 000. 00

C i v i l i z a t i o n o f t h e S i o u x I n d i a n s __________________________________________________

150, 000. 00

140, 000. 00

17, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
2, 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

19, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

I n d i a n m o n e y s , p r o c e e d s o f l a b o r _________________________________________________
T o t a l , B u r e a u o f I n d i a n A f f a i r s ________________________________________________

36, 310, 815. 78

36, 144, 509. 0 0

B u r e a u o f P e n s io n s :
A r m y a n d N a v y p e n s i o n s _______________________________________________

221, 000, 000. 00

210, 000, 000. 00

S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s _____________________________________________________

1, 3 0 6 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 2 4 3 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

I n v e s t i g a t i o n o f p e n s i o n c a s e s ________________________________________

105, 000. 00

110, 000. 00

F e e s o f e x a m i n i n g s u r g e o n s , p e n s i o n s ______________________________

450, 000. 00

450, 000. 00

M i s c e l l a n e o u s s u p p o r t s o f I n d i a n t r i b e s _______________________________________

907, 020. 00

T r u s t fu n d s —
I n d i a n t r i b a l f u n d s , p r i n c i p a l _______________________________________________________

2, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

20, 500, 000. 00

19, 9 50 , 0 00 . 0 0

243, 361, 000. 00

231, 753, 000. 00

p r o je c t s .

8, 5 2 4 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

12, 714, 0 00 . 0 0

I n v e s t i g a t i o n s o f a r i d , s e m i a r i d , s w a m p , a n d c u t - o v e r t i m b e r l a n d s ______

15, 0 0 0 . 0 0

15, 0 0 0 . 0 0

100, 000. 0 0

100, 000. 0 0

8, 6 3 9 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

12, 8 29 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

C iv il-s e r v ic e r e t ir e m e n t a n d d is a b ilit y fu n d

(in v e s tm e n t).

T o ta l, B u re a u o f P e n s io n s .
B u r e a u o f R e c la m a t io n :
R e c la m a t io n fu n d , c o n s t r u c t io n a n d o p e r a t io n

o f r e c la m a tio n

C o l o r a d o R i v e r l e v e e s y s t e m ___________________________________________________________
T o t a l , B u r e a u o f R e c l a m a t i o n _________________________________________________________
G e o lo g ic a l S u r v e y :
S a l a r i e s _______________________________________________________________________________________________

134, 800. 0 0

125, 000. 0 0

G e n e r a l e x p e n s e s ------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1, 8 8 0 , 5 0 0 . 0 0

1, 6 9 1 , 0 8 0 . 0 0

T o t a l , G e o l o g i c a l S u r v e y _________________________________________________________________

2, 015, 300. 0 0

1, 8 1 6 , 0 8 0 . 0 0

N a tio n a l P a rk

S e r v ic e :

S a l a r i e s ---------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

80, 830. 00

70, 200. 00

-------------- -----------------------------------------------------------------

2, 2 9 8 , 2 60 . 0 0

2, 141, 5 0 0 . 0 0

o f r o a d s a n d t r a i l s --------------------------------- --------------- ---------------------------------------

5, 0 0 0 , 0 00 . 0 0

2, 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

7, 3 7 9 , 0 9 0 . 0 0

4, 711, 700. 00

230, 960. 00

212, 300. 00

N a tio n a l p a rk s , m o n u m e n ts , e t c —
C o n s tr u c tio n

T o ta l, N a tio n a l P a rk
B u reau

S e r v i c e . . ________________________________________________________

o f E d u c a t io n :

S a l a r i e s _____________________________________________________________________________________

11, 0 0 0 . 0 0

15, 0 0 0 . 0 0

8, 000. 00

48, 000. 00

o f t h e n a t i v e s o f A l a s k a _____________________________________________

580, 400. 00

486, 500. 00

M e d i c a l r e l i e f i n A l a s k a _____________ ____________________________ ___________________

168, 000. 00

160, 000. 0 0

G e n e r a l e x p e n s e s ______________________________________________________________ ________ I n v e s t i g a t i o n o f l a n d - g r a n t c o l l e g e s ------------------------------------------------------------------E d u c a tio n

I n v e s t ig a tio n

o f s e c o n d a r y e d u c a t i o n ----------------------------------------------------------------

R e i n d e e r f o r A l a s k a ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------C o lle g e s f o r a g r ic u lt u r e a n d m e c h a n ic a r ts (p e r m a n e n t s p e c i f ic ) . _
M i s c e l l a n e o u s _____________________________________________________________________________
T o t a l, B u r e a u o f E d u c a t io n .

50, 000. 00
19, 800. 0 0

19, 5 00 . 0 0

2, 550, 000. 00
15, 0 0 0 . 0 0

2, 550, 000. 0 0

3, 6 3 3 ,1 6 0 . 0 0

3, 504, 300. 00

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Recapitulation oj estimates oj appropriations jor 1930, and oj appropriations jor 1929, by departments, etc.—Continued

C H A P T E R

V .—

I N T E R I O R

A p p ro p ria tio n s for 1929 1

E s tim a tes for 1930

O rg an iza tion u n its

D E P A R T M E N T —

C o n tin u e d

T e r r ito r ia l g o v e r n m e n t s :
A la s k a —
S a l a r i e s , g o v e r n o r a n d s e c r e t a r y _____________________________________________________________
C o n t i n g e n t a n d l e g i s l a t i v e e x p e n s e s _______________________________________________________
C are an d cu s to d y

$10, 600. 00

$10, 700. 00
14, 800. 00

64, 000. 00

o f i n s a n e i n A l a s k a . __________________________________________ _______

S u p p r e s s i n g l i q u o r t r a f f i c i n A l a s k a ________________________________________________________
P u b l i c s c h o o l s , A l a s k a f u n d — I n d e f i n i t e __________________________________________________

16, 200. 0 0

16, 2 00 . 0 0

55, 000. 00

50, 000. 00

H a w a ii—
S a l a r i e s , g o v e r n o r a n d s e c r e t a r y _____________________________________________________________

15, 800. 00

15, 400. 00

5, 100. 0 0

35, 000. 00

C o n t i n g e n t a n d l e g i s l a t i v e e x p e n s e s '_______________________________________________________
A l a s k a R a i l r o a d ____________________________________________________________________________________________

1, 2 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

|

1, 4 7 4 , 6 0 0 . 0 0

T o t a l, T e r r ito r ia l g o v e r n m e n t s .

1, 3 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
1, 6 4 9 , 2 0 0 . 0 0

B e n e fic ia r ie s :
1, 3 1 3 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 4 3 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

S t . E l i z a b e t h s H o s p i t a l ____________________
C o l u m b i a I n s t i t u t i o n f o r t h e D e a f ____
H o w a r d U n i v e r s i t y __________________________

120, 000. 00
600, 000. 00
2 60 , 180. 0 0

F r e e d m e n ’ s H o s p i t a l ________________________

i

130, 000. 00
390, 000. 00
474, 500. 00

T r u s t fu n d s , S t. E liz a b e th s H o s p i t a l .

215, 000. 00

200, 000. 00

T o t a l , b e n e f i c i a r i e s ________________________

2, 6 2 5 , 180. 0 0

2, 5 07, 5 00 . 0 0

310, 957, 045. 78

1 300, 632, 539. 00

D e p a r t m e n t a l s a l a r i e s __________________________
C o n t in g e n t a n d m is c e lla n e o u s e x p e n s e s .

1, 2 3 7 , 5 0 0 . 0 0

1, 1 0 6 , 9 0 0 . 0 0

86, 800. 00

85, 900. 00

R e n t o f b u i l d i n g s _________________________________

118, 000. 00

118, 000. 0 0

T o t a l , I n t e r i o r D e p a r t m e n t ___________
C H A P T E R

V I .—

j

D E P A R T M E N T

O F

J U S T IC E

P r i n t i n g a n d b i n d i n g . _________ _________________

260, 000. 00

280, 000. 00

1, 7 0 2 , 3 0 0 . 0 0

1, 5 9 0 , 8 0 0 . 0 0

113, 170. 0 0

109, 750. 00

80, 000. 00
2, 3 0 7 , 7 20 . 0 0

|

2, 2 5 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

M is c e lla n e o u s o b je c t s :
P r o t e c t in g in te r e s ts o f th e
D e fe n d in g s u its a n d

U n ite d

S t a t e s i n c u s t o m s m a t t e r s _______________________

c la im s a g a in s t t h e U n it e d

!

S t a t e s __________________________________

D e t e c t i o n a n d p r o s e c u t i o n o f c r i m e s ____________________________________________________________
E n f o r c e m e n t o f a n t i t r u s t l a w s _____________________________________________________________________

203, 600. 00

E x a m i n a t i o n o f j u d i c i a l o f f i c e r s ___________________________________________________________________

170, 000. 00

P r o t e c t in g in te r e s ts o f th e U n it e d S ta te s u n d e r s e t t le m e n t o f w a r c la im s a c t .

85, 000. 00
200, 000. 00
164, 000. 0 0

75, 000. 0 0

E n f o r c e m e n t o f a c t s t o r e g u l a t e c o m m e r c e __________________ _______________________________

10, 500. 00

M i s c e l l a n e o u s i t e m s _______ _______ ________ ____________________________________________________________
T o ta l,

33, 000. 00
4, 684, 790. 00

D e p a r t m e n t o f J u s t ic e p r o p e r .

33, 000. 00
4, 4 43 , 0 50 . 0 0

J u d ic ia l:
S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s , S u p r e m e C o u r t ____________

343, 420. 00

S a la r ie s o f c ir c u it , d i s t r ic t , a n d r e t ir e d j u d g e s _

i

N a t i o n a l p a r k c o m m i s s i o n e r s __________________________
C o u r t o f C u s t o m s A p p e a l s _____________________________

S

343, 420. 00

1, 9 3 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 8 6 4 , 5 0 0 . 0 0

16, 0 00 . 0 0

C o u r t o f C l a i m s _____________________________________________

14, 8 80 . 0 0

110, 260. 0 0

106, 080. 00
262, 622. 50

253, 609. 00

T e r r i t o r i a l c o u r t s ___________________________________________

182, 100. 00

160, 700. 0 0

2 ,8 3 5 ,3 8 9 .0 0

2, 7 5 2 , 2 02 . 5 0

S a l a r i e s , f e e s , a n d e x p e n s e s o f m a r s h a l s _______________________________

3, 780, 000. 00

3, 6 7 2 , 5 0 0 . 0 0

S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s o f a t t o r n e y s ______________________________________

3, 109, 000. 00

2, 9 5 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

S a la r ie s a n d e x p e n s e s o f c le r k s o f c i r c u it a n d d i s t r ic t c o u r t s .

1, 8 2 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

F e e s o f c o m m i s s i o n e r s _________________________________________________________

1, 9 4 3 , 4 0 0 . 0 0
550, 000. 00

F e e s o f j u r o r s a n d w i t n e s s e s ________________________________________________

3, 6 5 0 , 000. 00

550, 000. 00
3, 600, 000. 00

P a y o f b a i l i f f s _____________________________________________________________________

455, 000. 00

445, 000. 00

M i s c e l l a n e o u s e x p e n s e s o f U n i t e d S t a t e s c o u r t s ___________________
R e n t , s u p p l i e s , a n d p u r c h a s e o f b o o k s _________________________________

890, 360. 00

838, 000. 00

228, 000. 00

212, 000. 00

14, 6 05 , 760. 0 0

14, 087, 500. 00

T o t a l , ju d i c ia l , s a la r ie s , e t c .

'

E x p e n s e s , e t c ., U n it e d S ta te s c o u r t s :

T o t a l e x p e n s e s , U n ite d

S t a t e s c o u r t s _______________________________

P e n a l a n d c o r r e c tio n a l in s t it u t io n s :
U n i t e d S t a t e s p e n i t e n t i a r y , L e a v e n w o r t h , K a n s ______________________________
U n it e d

1, 0 8 6 , 9 1 0 . 0 0

U n ite d S ta te s p e n it e n t ia r y , M c N e il Is la n d ,

W a s h ____________________________
,
1

N a t i o n a l T r a i n i n g S c h o o l f o r B o y s , W a s h i n g t o n , D . C _____________________
s y s t e m , e t c _____________________________________________________________________

852, 500. 00

446, 872. 00

F e d e r a l I n d u s t r i a l I n s t i t u t i o n f o r W o m e n , A l d e r s o n , W . V a _____________
U n i t e d S t a t e s I n d u s t r i a l R e f o r m a t o r y , C h i l l i c o t h e , O h i o ___________________
P r o b a tio n

880, 000. 00

923, 319. 00

S t a t e s p e n i t e n t i a r y , A t l a n t a , G a __________________________________________

509, 600. 00

293, 210. 00

270, 000. 00

481, 320. 00

372, 500. 00

208, 000. 00
|

252, 710. 00

38, 000. 00

38, 000. 00

S u p p o r t o f p r i s o n e r s ________________________________________________________________________

2, 5 00 , 000. 00

2, 350, 000. 00

T o t a l, p e n a l a n d c o r r e c t io n a l in s t it u t io n s , in c lu d in g b u ild in g s , e t c .

5, 977, 631. 00

5, 5 2 5 , 3 10 . 0 0

T o t a l , j u d i c i a l ___________________________________ ________ __________________________________

23, 418, 780. 00

2 2 , 3 6 5 ,0 1 2 . 5 0

T o t a l u n d e r D e p a r t m e n t o f J u s t i c e _______________________________________________

2 8 ,1 0 3 , 5 70 . 0 0

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RECAPITULATION

•A145

R eca p itu la tion o j estim ates o f a p p ro p ria tio n s f o r 1 9 3 0 , and o f a p p rop ria tion s f o r 1929, by departm ents, e tc .— C ontinued
E s tim a tes for 1930

O rg a n iza tion u n its

C H A P T E R

V I I .—

D E P A R T M E N T

O F

A p p ro p ria tio n s for 1929 »

L A B O R
$209, 760. 00
205, 000. 00
42, 000. 00

S a l a r i e s , o f f i c e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y -------------------C o m m i s s i o n e r s o f c o n c i l i a t i o n _______________
C o n t in g e n t a n d m is c e lla n e o u s e x p e n s e s .

$192, 000. 00
210, 000. 00

205, 000. 00

41, 500. 00
205, 000. 00

68, 000. 00

68, 000. 00

B u r e a u o f L a b o r S ta tis tic s :
S a l a r i e s ___________________________________________
M i s c e l l a n e o u s e x p e n s e s ___________________

272, 980. 00
86, 000. 00

300, 000. 00
100, 000. 00

T o ta l, B u r e a u o f L a b o r S t a tis t ic s .

358, 980. 00

400, 000. 00

113, 960. 00
7, 9 1 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

7, 110, 0 0 0 . 0 0

P r i n t i n g a n d b i n d i n g _______________________ . _
R e n t ____________________________________________________

B u r e a u o f Im m ig r a tio n :
S a l a r i e s ___________________________________________
E x p e n s e s o f re g u la tin g im m ig r a tio n .

91, 840. 00

I m m i g r a n t s t a t i o n s _________________________

49, 000. 00

257, 000. 00

T o t a l , B u r e a u o f I m m i g r a t i o n ______

8, 077, 960. 00

7, 4 5 8 , 840. 0 0

B u r e a u o f N a tu r a liz a tio n :
113, 000. 00

P u b lis h in g c it iz e n s h ip t e x t b o o k s

(in d e fin ite ).

98, 000. 0 0

790, 030. 00

S a l a r i e s _______________________________________________________
M i s c e l l a n e o u s e x p e n s e s ________________________________

680, 000. 00

9, 000. 0 0

10, 0 0 0 . 0 0

912, 030. 00

788, 000. 00

118, 000. 00

105, 000. 00

143, 000. 00
59, 200. 00

135, 000. 00
60, 000. 00

320, 200. 00

T o t a l , B u r e a u o f N a t u r a l i z a t i o n ______________

1, 4 0 8 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

C h ild r e n ’s B u r e a u :
S a l a r i e s ________________________________
In v e s tig a tio n o f c h ild w e lfa r e .
G e n e r a l e x p e n s e s ___________________
M a t e r n i t y a n d i n f a n c y ___________

1, 1 0 8 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

T o t a l, C h ild r e n ’s B u r e a u . _

108, 500. 00

102, 000. 0 0

212, 000. 00

205, 000. 00

10, 7 19 , 4 30 . 00

11, 0 7 8 , 340. 0 0

P a y , m i s c e l l a n e o u s ____________________________________________________________________________

1, 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 5 1 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

C o n t i n g e n t , N a v y _____________________________________________________________________________

30, 000. 00

40, 000. 00

I s l a n d s _______________________________

300, 000. 00

260, 000. 00

S t a t e m a r i n e s c h o o l s _________________________________________________________________________
C a r e o f l e p e r s , i s l a n d o f G u a m __________________________________________________________

75, 000. 00

75, 000. 00

35, 000. 00

35, 000. 00

N a v a l r e s e a r c h l a b o r a t o r y _________________________________________________________________

222, 350. 00

200, 400. 00

2, 162, 350. 0 0

2, 120, 400. 00

B u r e a u o f N a v ig a tio n :
R e c r e a t i o n f o r e n l i s t e d m e n __________________
C o n t i n g e n t , B u r e a u o f N a v i g a t i p i y ______

400, 000. 00

400, 000. 00

10, 0 0 0 . 0 0

10, 000. 0 0

G u n n e r y a n d e n g i n e e r i n g e x e r c i s e s _______

46, 950. 00

50, 650. 00

I n s t r u m e n t s a n d s u p p l i e s _____________________

592, 000. 00

580, 000. 00

O c e a n a n d l a k e s u r v e y s ________________________
N a v a l t r a i n i n g s t a t i o n s _________________________

85, 800. 00
910, 000. 00

80, 000. 00
930, 000. 00
4 , 0 7 5 ,8 2 0 . 0 0

W o m e n ’s B u r e a u :

S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s ______

E m p lo y m e n t S e r v ic e :

S a la r ie s a n d e x p e n s e s .

T o t a l , D e p a r t m e n t o f L a b o r __________________________________________________________
C H A P T E R

V I I I .—

N A V Y

D E P A R T M E N T

O ffic e o f th e S e c r e t a r y :

T e m p o r a r y g o v e r n m e n t fo r W e s t In d ia n

T o t a l , o f f i c e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y _________________________________________________________

N a v a l R e s e r v e ______________________________________

, 750, 000. 00

N a v a l R e s e r v e O ffic e r s ’ T r a in in g C o r p s .

105, 000. 00

89, 200. 00

N a v a l W a r C o l l e g e _______________________________

114, 000. 00

110, 400. 00

I n d e fin it e a p p r o p r ia t io n s —
N a v a l H o m e , P h i l a d e l p h i a , P a ______

187, 000. 00

175, 000. 00

N a v y f i n e s a n d f o r f e i t u r e s --------------------

140, 000. 0 0

140, 000. 00

T o t a l , B u r e a u o f N a v i g a t i o n _____________

7, 3 4 0 , 7 5 0 . 0 0

6, 641, 070. 00

E n g i n e e r i n g __________________________ ___________________ __________
E n g in e e r in g e x p e r im e n t a l s t a t io n , A n n a p o lis , M d -

19, 4 76 , 300. 0 0

19, 421, 700. 00

175, 000. 00

175, 000. 00

o f E n g i n e e r i n g -----------------------------------------

19, 651, 300. 0 0

19, 596, 700. 0 0

C o n s t r u c t io n a n d r e p a ir o f v e s s e ls .

17, 528, 500. 00

17, 228 , 000. 0 0

O r d n a n c e a n d o r d n a n c e s t o r e s -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12, 569, 400. 00

12, 952, 050. 00

B u reau

o f E n g in e e r in g :

T o ta l,

B u reau

B u re a u o f C o n s tru ctio n a n d
B u reau

R e p a ir :

o f O rd n an ce:
a p p l i a n c e s -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

450, 000. 00

450, 000. 00

T o t a l , B u r e a u o f O r d n a n c e ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

13, 0 19 , 4 00 . 0 0

13, 402, 050. 00

T orp ed oes an d

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A146

THE BUDGET, 1930

Recapitulation of estimates of appropriations for 19S0, and of appropriations for 1929, by departments, etc.—Continued
E a for 1 3
stimtes 9 0

O a iza u its
rg n tion n
C H A P T E R

V

I I I —

N A V Y

D E P A R T M E N T —

A rop
pp riation for19 9
s
21

C o n tin u e d

B u r e a u o f S u p p lie s a n d A c c o u n t s :
P a y , s u b s i s t e n c e , a n d t r a n s p o r t a t i o n ------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------

$153, 934, 282. 00

$150, 896, 957. 00

M a i n t e n a n c e ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------F u e l a n d t r a n s p o r t a t i o n _____________________________________________________________________________

9, 9 00 , 0 00 . 0 0
10, 1 44 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

10, 3 1 9 , 6 56 . 0 0

9, 647, 000. 00

In d e fin it e a p p r o p r ia t io n s —
S h i p s ’ s t o r e s p r o f i t s _____________________________________________________________________________
P a y o f t h e N a v y , d e p o s i t f u n d , t r u s t f u n d ------------------------------------------------------------------

300, 000. 00
22, 500. 00

300, 000. 00

M i s c e l l a n e o u s i n d e f i n i t e a p p r o p r i a t i o n s -------------------------------------------------------------------------

5 0* 0 0

50. 00

T o t a l , B u r e a u o f S u p p l i e s a n d A c c o u n t s ___________________________________________

174, 300 , 832. 00

171, 186, 163. 00

2, 065, 000. 00
75, 000. 0 0

2, 0 32 , 250. 00

C a r e o f t h e d e a d --------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------N a v a l h o s p i t a l f u n d , s p e c i a l f u n d ________________________________________________________________

1, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

3, 140, 0 00 . 0 0

3, 0 9 2 , 2 50 . 0 0

M a i n t e n a n c e --------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------

7, 5 5 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

7, 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

C o n t i n g e n t ________________________________________________________ _

125, 000. 00

125; 000. 00

D o c k s , e x c lu s iv e o f p u b lic w o r k s .

7, 6 7 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

7, 6 2 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

A v i a t i o n , N a v y ___________________________________________

31, 500, 000. 00

31, 956, 000. 00

22, 500. 00

B u r e a u o f M e d ic in e a n d S u rg e r y :
M e d i c a l d e p a r t m e n t ___________________________________________________________________________________

T o t a l, B u r e a u o f M e d ic in e a n d S u rg e r y _
B u reau

o f Y a rd s and

T o ta l, B u rea u

60, 000. 00

D o c k s , e x c lu s iv e o f p u b lic w o r k s :

of Y ard s and

B u re a u o f A e r o n a u tic s :
N aval A cad em y:

896, 930. 00

P a y _________________________________________________
C u r r e n t a n d m is c e lla n e o u s e x p e n s e s -

845, 483. 00

90, 000. 00

T o t a l , N a v a l A c a d e m y _________________________________

85, 000. 0 0

1, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

M a i n t e n a n c e a n d r e p a i r s --------------------------

1, 3 2 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 9 8 6 , 9 3 0 . 0 0

2, 2 5 5 , 4 83. 0 0

16, 124, 131. 0 0

15, 6 6 5 , 8 1 6 . 0 0

M a rin e C o r p s :
P a y _________________________________________________________________
P a y o f c i v i l f o r c e , M a r i n e C o r p s ---------------------------------G e n e r a l e x p e n s e s _____________________________________________

292, 787. 00

160, 0 2 0 . 0 0

8, 4 6 1 , 912. 0 0

8, 3 70 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

P a y o f M a r in e C o r p s , d e p o s it fu n d , t r u s t fu n d _

175, 000. 0 0

250, 000. 00

T o t a l , M a r i n e C o r p s ____________________________________

25, 053, 830. 00

24, 445, 836. 00

34, 750, 000. 00

48, 200, 000. 0 0

N a v y y a r d s a n d s t a t i o n s _________________________________________________

2, 5 7 0 , 850. 00

3, 213, 000. 0 0

D e p o t s f o r c o a l _______________________________________________________________

8 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

A lt e r a t io n s t o

n a v a l v e s s e l s _____________________________________

I n c r e a s e o f t h e N a v y ______________________________________________

6, 575, 000. 00

P u b lic w o r k s :

N a v a l o p e r a t i n g b a s e s _____________________________________________________
M a r i n e b a r r a c k s _____________________________________________________________

555, 000, 00

N a v a l t r a i n i n g s t a t i o n s , b u i l d i n g s ___________________________________
N a v a l a m m u n it io n d e p o t s , p r o v in g g r o u n d s , a n d s t o r a g e N a v a l a i r s t a t i o n s ___________________________________________________________

6 5 t 000. 00
890, 000. 00

1, 6 0 4 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

65, 000. 00
282, 750. 00

1, 4 1 2 , 5 0 0 . 0 0

895, 000. 00

6, 2 2 7 , 350. 0 0

5, 4 1 0 , 7 50 . 0 0

344, 336, 242. 00

359, 734, 702. 00

O f f i c e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y _________________________________________

189, 280. 00

176, 260. 00

G e n e r a l B o a r d _____________________________________________________

11, 760. 0 0

11, 000. 00

N a v a l e x a m i n i n g a n d r e t i r i n g b o a r d s ___________________

10, 160. 0 0

9, 620. 0 0

8, 640. 00

15, 7 6 0 . 0 0

T o t a l, p u b lic w o r k s .
T o t a l n a v a l e s ta b lis h m e n ts .
S a la r ie s , N a v y

D ep a rtm en t:

C o m p e n s a tio n

b o a r d ____________________________________________

O f f i c e o f n a v a l r e c o r d s a n d l i b r a r y _______________________

38, 340. 00

38, 700. 0 0

132, 140. 0 0

112, 280. 0 0

O f f i c e o f C h i e f o f N a v a l O p e r a t i o n s _____________________

72, 160. 0 0

67, 460. 00

B oa rd

o f i n s p e c t i o n a n d s u r v e y ____________________________

20, 860. 00

19, 6 6 0 . 0 0

O f f i c e o f D i r e c t o r o f N a v a l C o m m u n i c a t i o n s ________

132, 000. 00

O f f i c e o f N a v a l I n t e l l i g e n c e __________________________________
B u r e a u o f N a v i g a t i o n __________________________________________

40, 780. 00

127, 760. 00
38, 180. 0 0

490, 700. 00

456. 740. 00

H y d r o g r a p h ic

387, 020. 00

353, 460. 00

O ffic e o f J u d g e A d v o c a t e

O f f i c e ____________________________________________

N a v a l O b serv a tory a n d
B u reau

G e n e r a l ________________________

O ffic e -

173, 180. 0 0

145, 960. 0 0

o f E n g i n e e r i n g _________________________________________

310, 160. 00

290, 200. 00

388, 580. 00

355, 850. 00

B u re a u o f C o n s tr u c tio n

N a u tic a l A lm a n a c
and

R e p a i r _____________________

B u r e a u o f O r d n a n c e _____________________________________________

157, 620. 00

144, 440. 00

B u r e a u o f S u p p lie s a n d

855, 000. 00

807, 330. 00

A c c o u n t s _________________________

B u r e a u o f M e d i c i n e a n d S u r g e r y _________________________
B u reau o f Y a rd s a n d

79, 740. 00

73, 860. 00

D o c k s _________________________________

281 , 100. 0 0

261, 420. 00

B u r e a u o f A e r o n a u t i c s _________________________________________

250, 420. 00

233, 560. 00

4, 029, 640. 00

3, 739, 500. 00

T o t a l s a la r ie s , N a v y

D ep a rtm en t -

1E sive of ad ition am n requ to m th p
xclu
d al ou t ired eet e rovision of th act approvedM 2 ,1 2 , am din tbe cla
s e
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RECAPITULATION

a 147

R eca p itu la tion o f estim ates o f a p p ro p ria tio n s f o r 19 80 , an d o f a p p r o p r ia tio n s f o r 1929, by departm ents, etc .— C ontin ued
E stim a tes for 1930

O rg a n iza tion u n its

C H A P T E R

V I I I .—

N A V Y

D E P A R T M E N T —

C o n tin g e n t e x p e n s e s, e t c .:
_
C o n t i n g e n t e x p e n s e s o f t h e d e p a r t m e n t ________________________
P r i n t i n g a n d b i n d i n g ___________
_
_
__________________________ _

C o n tin u e d

____ ________
_______________________

„

525, 000. 00

$81, 500. 00
520, 000. 00

86, 000. 00

85, 700. 00

_____________________ _ _ _
____ ______ _____________

43, 200. 00
22, 300. 00

40, 500. 00

____ _______________

759, 600. 00

759, 160. 0 0

_________

4, 7 8 9 , 2 4 0 . 0 0

4, 4 98 , 660. 0 0

349, 125, 482. 0 0

1 364, 233, 362. 00

2, 8 03 , 3 25 . 0 0
1, 3 5 3 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

2, 594, 892. 0 0
1, 3 4 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

812, 053, 000. 00

7 70 , 505, 150. 0 0

816, 209, 325. 00

1 774, 445, 042. 00

1, 349, 820. 0 0

1 ,1 4 5 , 7 6 0 . 0 0
53, 605. 00

___________________

T o t a l , s a l a r i e s a n d c o n t i n g e n t e x p e n s e s _______ ___________________________________
T o ta l, N a v y

D e p a r t m e n t ______ ___________________________________

C H A P T E R

I X .—

P O S T

O F F IC E

__________________________

C H A P T E R

X .—

-

S T A T E

_

_

_

____

_____________ ______

th e T re a su ry __

T o t a l u n d e r P o s t O f f i c e D e p a r t m e n t ________

____

_

31, 460. 00

D E P A R T M E N T

S a l a r i e s ______________________ __________ ___ _________________________________________________ O n n t in g fiT it . e x p e n s e s .
.
.
.
.
...
..
P o s t a l S e rv ice , in c lu d in g d e fic ie n c ie s p a y a b le fr o m

$ 83, 100. 0 0

____

C o n t i n g e n t a n d m i s c e l l a n e o u s e x p e n s e s , H y d r o g r a p h i c O f f i c e ___________________________________
B r a n c h h y d r o g r a p h i c o f f i c e s _______
_________ ___
_
C o n t i n g e n t a n d m i s c e l l a n e o u s e x p e n s e s , N a v a l O b s e r v a t o r y ___________
T o t a l , c o n t i n g e n t e x p e n s e s , e t c _____________

A p p r o p r ia t io n s for 1929 i

_________

___________________

____________________________

_

______________

___________________

_

D E P A R T M E N T

D ep a rtm en t p rop er:
_________ - _ - ___________________________ ___________________________________
____
- ____________
S a la r ie s
C o n t i n g e n t e x p e n s e s _____
____ _____________________________
- _ _ ________________________
P r i n t i n g a n d b i n d i n g _____________
_
_ __________________________
_____________________

55, 705. 00
210, 000. 00

T o t a l , d e p a r t m e n t p r o p e r __________________________________________ ________ ________________________________

200, 000. 00

70, 430. 00

P a ssp ort b u rea u s
__________________
____ _________________ __________________
______________________________
P u b l i s h i n g a s c e r t a i n m e n t o f e l e c t o r s ________________________________________________________________________________

63, 000. 00
2, 0 0 0 . 0 0

______

1, 6 8 5 , 9 5 5 . 0 0

1, 4 6 4 , 3 6 5 . 0 0

F o r e ig n S e r v ic e :
S a la r ie s o f a m b a s s a d o r s a n d m in is t e r s , c le r k s , e t c ., a t e m b a s s ie s a n d l e g a t io n s _ _
____ ___
_
_____________________ __________
____
C o n t i n g e n t e x p e n s e s f o r e i g n m i s s i o n s ____________ _______________

1, 0 7 5 , 9 0 0 . 0 0

1, 0 6 5 , 5 0 0 . 0 0

919, 100. 00
2, 000, 000. 00

9 1 3 ,1 0 0 . 0 0
1, 5 5 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 6 4 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 6 4 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 0 6 3 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 0 3 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

505, 640. 00
3, 024, 000. 00

3, 0 21 , 000. 0 0

410, 000. 00

341, 000. 00

E m b a s s y , le g a t io n , a n d c o n s u la r b u ild in g s a n d g r o u n d s . _
A llo w a n c e f o r c le r k h ir e a t c o n s u la t e s . _

_____

______________________________

___________________________________________

_

_

-

____________

C o n t i n g e n t e x p e n s e s o f c o n s u l a t e s __________ ______ ______ ______ _______________________________________ _____________
I m m i g r a t i o n o f a l i e n s ______________________________________________ * _____________________________________________________
S a la r ie s f o r F o r e ig n S e r v ic e o ffic e r s *
________________________________
T r a n s p o r t a t i o n o f F o r e i g n S e r v i c e o f f i c e r s ^ _____________________ __________________

__________________
_____________

500, 000. 00

E m e r g e n c i e s a r i s i n g i n t h e D i p l o m a t i c a n d C o n s u l a r S e r v i c e ________________________________

400, 000. 00

400, 000. 00

F o r e i g n S e r v i c e r e t i r e m e n t a n d d i s a b i l i t y f u n d __________ _______________
________________________
P o s t a llo w a n c e s
_________
_
„
_____________________________________________
_
____________

216, 000. 00

213, 000. 00

I n t e r n a t io n a l e x p o s it io n

100, 000. 00

100, 000. 00

a t S e v i l l e , S p a i n _____________ ______ _____________________________________

M i s c e l l a n e o u s i t e m s ______________________________________

___________________

-

______

300, 000. 00
52, 484. 25

___________________

T o t a l , F o r e i g n S e r v i c e __________________________ ______________________________________________________

11, 4 1 1 , 124. 2 5

1 1 ,1 7 7 , 0 8 4 . 2 5

I n t e r n a t i o n a l c o m m i s s i o n s a n d b u r e a u s ____________________________________________________ -______________________________

1 ,1 1 7 , 2 6 9 . 1 8

1, 2 7 2 , 8 0 4 . 1 4

N o n a d m in is tr a tiv e e x p e n s e s :
R e l i e f a n d p r o t e c t i o n o f A m e r i c a n s e a m e n _______________________________________________
___________________
R e s c u i n g s h i p w r e c k e d A m e r i c a n s e a m e n _______________________________________________________
_

80, 000. 00

100, 000. 00

P a y m en t to

__

R e p u b l i c o f P a n a m a __________________

U n it e d S ta te s C o u r t fo r C h in a ^ _
_

____________ _

2, 0 0 0 . 0 0

_____________________________________________

_______ ___

250, 000. 00

41, 650. 00

____ _____

____________________________________________

2, 000. 0 0

250, 000. 00

____ ______________________

____ _________________________________________________

P r i s o n s f o r A m e r i c a n c o n v i c t s ____
M is c e lla n e o u s it e m s - _

_

____

93, 484. 25

39, 650. 00

9, 6 0 0 . 0 0

11, 500. 00

389, 250. 00

T o t a l , n o n a d m i n i s t r a t i v e e x p e n s e s ________________________________________________________________

7, 600. 00

6, 000. 00

_

410, 750. 00

P e r m a n e n t a n d in d e fin it e a p p r o p r ia t io n s :
P a y o f F o r e ig n
P a n A m e r ic a n

S e r v ic e o ffic e r s f o r s e r v ic e s t o
U n io n

F o r e ig n g o v e r n m e n t m o ie t ie s , e x p e n s e s M ix e d
M i s c e l l a n e o u s i t e m s ____ T r u s t fu n d s

-

A m e r ic a n v e s s e ls a n d s e a m e n

q u o t a s __________________________________________

____________

10, 000. 00

_________________________________

1 ,0 0 0 .0 0

T o t a l , S t a t e D e p a r t m e n t __________________________________

______________________________________

________

_

_

14

20, o o a o o

141, 233. 00

T o t a l , p e r m a n e n t a n d i n d e f i n i t e a p p r o p r i a t i o n s __________________________ ________

1 5 ,0 0 0 . 0 0
1 ,0 0 0 .0 0

20, 000. 00

______________________________

9 5 ,2 3 3 . 0 0

15, 0 00 . 0 0

___________________________________

1 0 ,0 0 0 . 0 0

95, 233. 00

____ ,____ __________

C l a i m s C o m m i s s i o n ___________________________________

________________________________

______ ______________________

-

141, 233. 00

744

831. 43

i E sive of ad ition am n requ to m th provision of th act approvedM 2 ,1 2 , am din th classificationact of 1 2 .
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d al ou t ired eet e
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1 14.

2SB. 3 9

a148

th e budget, 1930

Recapitulation oj estimates oj appropriations jo r 1930, and oj appropriations jor 1929, by departments, etc.—Continued
O a iza u its
rg n tion n
C H A P T E R

X

I —

T R E A S U R Y

E a for 13
stimtes 90

Ap
p ropriation for 12 1
s 99

D E P A R T M E N T

O ffic e o f th e S e c r e t a r y :
S a la r ie s , o ff ic e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y .
O ffic e o f c h ie f cle rk

$173, 275. 00

$157, 900. 00

542, 000. 00

484, 000. 00

a n d s u p e r in te n d e n t:

S a l a r i e s ___________________________ ________ ___________
C o n t in g e n t a n d m is c e lla n e o u s e x p e n s e s .

187, 500. 00

144, 700. 00

T o t a l, o ffic e o f c h ie f c le r k a n d s u p e r in t e n d e n t .

729, 500. 00

628, 700. 00

D iv is io n o f S u p p ly :
S a l a r i e s _____________________________________________________________
P r i n t i n g a n d b i n d i n g _________________________________________

187, 520. 00
715, 000. 00

169, 400. 00
715, 000. 00
1, 0 0 0 . 0 0

P o s t a g e ^ _ _________________________________________________________
S t a t i o n e r y _________________________________________________________

1, 0 0 0 . 0 0
425, 000. 00
133, 260. 00

420, 000. 00

o f S u p p l y ______________________

1, 4 6 1 , 7 8 0 . 0 0

1, 4 2 3 , 4 0 0 . 0 0

O ffic e o f c o m m is s io n e r o f a c c o u n t s a n d d e p o s it s .

91, 480. 00

83, 980. 00

C o n tin g e n t e x p e n s e s, p u b lic m o n e y s «

153, 215. 00
218, 000. 00

246, 540. 00

R e c o i n a g e o f c o i n s ___________________________

268, 000. 00

208, 000. 00

639, 215. 00

599, 175. 0 0

2, 6 2 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

2, 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 1 7 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

291, 285. 00
102, 896. 80

423, 180. 00

4 ? J014, 1 8 1 . 8 0

4, 2 9 4 , 737. 0 0

G e n e ra l S u p p ly

C o m m i t t e e ________________________________

T o ta l, D iv is io n

D iv is io n o f B o o k k e e p in g a n d W a r r a n ts :
S a l a r i e s ___________________________________________

T o t a l, d iv is io n

o f B o o k k e e p in g a n d

W a rra n ts.

P u b lic d e b t s e r v ic e :
P u b l i c d e b t s e r v i c e ____________________________________________________________________
D is t in c t iv e p a p e r f o r U n it e d

S t a t e s s e c u r i t i e s ____________________________

E x p e n s e s o f l o a n s ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------P r e p a r a t io n , e t c ., o f F e d e r a l r e s e r v e n o t e s , fa r m

lo a n

b on d s, etc_

T o t a l, p u b lic d e b t s e r v ic e , e x c lu s iv e o f in te r e s t a n d p r in c ip a l o f th e p u b lic d e b t _

118, 000. 0 0

144, 635. 00

96, 557. 00

S a l a r i e s , d i v i s i o n o f a p p o i n t m e n t s _______________________________________________________________________________

62, 185. 00

59, 000. 00

S a l a r i e s , o f f i c e o f d i s b u r s i n g c l e r k ________________________________________________________________________________

55, 000. 00

53, 500. 00

19, 4 8 3 , 5 6 0 . 0 0

B u reau o f C u stom s:
c u s t o m s ______________________

21, 415, 000. 00

S c a l e s f o r c u s t o m s s e r v i c e _______________________________________

100, 000. 00

90, 000. 0 0

C o m p e n s a tio n

150, 000. 00

150, 000. 0 0

C o lle c t in g th e r e v e n u e fr o m

i n l i e u o f m o i e t i e s ____________________________

E q u ip m e n t, A p p ra is e rs S to re s

B u ild in g , N e w

Y o rk .

T o t a l , B u r e a u o f C u s t o m s p r o p e r ______ _________________

125, 000. 00
21, 665, 000. 00

19, 8 4 8 , 5 60 . 0 0

R e fu n d s o f c u s t o m s r e c e ip t s —
I n d e fin ite a p p r o p r ia t io n s —
R e f u n d o f e x c e s s i v e d u t i e s ____________________

7, 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

7, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

D e b e n t u r e s o r d r a w b a c k s _____________________

14, 0 0 0 , 000. 0 0

1 2 , 0 0 0 , OOO.' 0 0

M is c e lla n e o u s in d e fin it e a p p r o p r ia t io n s _
P h i l i p p i n e s p e c i a l f u n d __________________ ____________

10, 000. 0 0

7, 5 0 0 . 0 0

5, 500. 0 0

5, 5 0 0 . 0 0

T o t a l r e fu n d s o f c u s t o m s r e c e ip ts _

21, 515, 500. 00

19, 0 1 3 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

T o t a l , B u r e a u o f C u s t o m s ___________

43, 180, 500. 00

38, 861, 560. 00

B u r e a u o f t h e B u d g e t , s a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s ______________________

200, 000. 00

183, 000. 0 0

B u r e a u , s a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s , s p e c i a l f u n d s ____

940, 000. 00

833, 201. 00

S a l a r i e s _______________________________ _______________________________________

1, 5 0 0 , 0 8 0 . 0 0

1, 3 9 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

C o n t in g e n t e x p e n s e s , n a t io n a l c u r r e n c y , r e im b u r s a b le .

158, 000. 00

150, 000. 00

T o t a l, o ffic e o f th e T r e a s u r e r o f th e U n ite d S t a t e s ...

1, 6 5 8 , 0 8 0 . 0 0

1, 5 4 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

298, 743. 00

283, 960. 00

F arm

L oan

O ffic e o f th e T r e a s u r e r o f t h e U n it e d S t a te s :

O ffice o f t h e C o m p t r o lle r o f t h e C u r r e n c y :
S a l a r i e s ____________ - _______________ _______________________________________________
S p e c i a l e x a m i n a t i o n s o f n a t i o n a l b a n k s ______________________________

1, 5 0 0 . 0 0

1, 5 0 0 . 0 0

(in d e fin ite ).

2, 4 0 0 , 0 00 . 0 0

2, 300, 000. 00

T o t a l , o f f i c e o f t h e C o m p t r o l l e r o f t h e C u r r e n c y _____________

2 , 7 0 0 ,2 4 3 . 0 0

2, 585, 460. 00

34, 703, 870. 00

32, 667, 750. 00

S a la r ie s a n d e x p e n s e s n a t io n a l b a n k e x a m in e r s

In te r n a l R e v e n u e S e r v ic e :
C o l l e c t i n g i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e ________________________________________________
R e f u n d in g t a x e s ille g a lly c o l l e c t e d .

130, 000, 000. 00

E siveof ad ition am n requ tom th p
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O a iza u its
rg n tion n
C H A P T E R

X I .—

T R E A S U R Y

E a for 13
stimtes 90

A
ppropriation for 12 1
s 99

D E P A R T M E N T — C o n tin u e d

In te r n a l R e v e n u e S e r v ic e — C o n t in u e d .
In d e fin ite a p p r o p r ia t io n s —
R e d e m p t i o n o f s t a m p s _____________________________________________________________________________

$750, 000. 00

$700, 000. 00

A l l o w a n c e o r d r a w b a c k ____________________________________________________________________________

140, 000. 00

150, 000. 00

10, 500. 0 0

5, 500. 0 0

P h i l i p p i n e s p e c i a l f u n d _____________________________________________________________________________

400, 000. 00

400, 000. 00

P o r t o R i c o s p e c i a l f u n d ____________________________________________________________________________
A d d i t i o n a l i n c o m e t a x O n r a i l r o a d s i n A l a s k a ____________________________________________

500. 00
15, 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 0 0 0 . 0 0
15, 0 00 . 0 0

T o t a l r e f u n d s o f i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e r e c e i p t s ______________________________________________

131, 316, 000. 00

131, 271, 500. 00

T o ta l, In te rn a l R e v e n u e S e r v ic e ,

166, 019, 870. 00

163, 939, 250. 00

13, 4 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
225, 000. 00

12, 7 29 , 140. 0 0

13, 6 25 , 0 00 . 0 0

13, 0 0 4 , 140. 00

O t h e r i n d e f i n i t e a p p r o p r i a t i o n s _________________________________________________________________
S p e c ia l fu n d s —

B u r e a u o f P r o h ib it io n :
E n fo r c e m e n t o f n a r c o t ic a n d n a t io n a l p r o h ib it io n

a cts.

A l l o w a n c e o r d r a w b a c k ----------------------------------------------------------------------T o ta l, B u re a u o f P r o h ib it io n ,

275, 000. 00

C oast G u ard:
S a la r ie s , o ffic e o f C o a s t G u a r d ,

297, 555. 00

262, 000. 00

E x p e n s e s o f th e C o a s t G u a r d ,,

29, 372, 616. 00

C o a s t G u a r d s p e c i a l f u n d s ______

6, 500. 0 0

28, 640, 570. 00
6, 5 00 . 0 0

T o t a l , C o a s t G u a r d -------------------

29, 676, 671. 00

28, 909, 070. 00

B u r e a u o f E n g r a v in g a n d

P r in t in g :

S a l a r i e s ____________________________________ 1 —
-- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------C o m p e n s a tio n o f e m p lo y e e s , p la te p r in t in g a n d m is c e lla n e o u s e x p e n s e s .
T o t a l, B u r e a u o f E n g r a v in g a n d

P r i n t i n g _________________________________________

584, 345. 00

511, 495. 00

5, 791, 915. 0 0

5, 6 9 6 , 3 0 0 . 0 0

6, 3 76 , 2 60 . 0 0

6, 207, 795. 00

S e c r e t S e r v ic e D iv is io n :
S a l a r i e s ---------------------------------- , -----------------------------------------------

30, 560. 00

28, 740. 00

S u p p r e s s in g c o u n t e r fe it in g a n d o t h e r c r im e s ,

542, 140. 00

523, 000. 00

T o t a l , S e c r e t S e r v i c e D i v i s i o n ___________________

572, 700. 00

551, 740. 0 0

318, 955. 00
2, 6 7 3 , 8 90 . 0 0

2, 4 9 4 , 4 7 4 . 0 0

P u b lic H e a lt h S e r v ic e :
S a l a r i e s , o f f i c e o f S u r g e o n G e n e r a l _________________________________________________________________________
P a y , e t c ., o f c o m m is s io n e d o ffic e r s , a c t in g a s s is ta n t s u r g e o n s , a n d o t h e r e m p l o y e e s G e n e ra l e x p e n s e s, P u b lic H e a lth

300, 000. 00
204, 500. 00
5, 150, 0 00 . 0 0

S e r v i c e ________________________________________________________________

187, 640. 00

P a y o f p e r s o n n e l a n d m a i n t e n a n c e o f h o s p i t a l s ______________________________________________________

5, 490, 000. 00

Q u a r a n t i n e s e r v i c e _________________________________________________________________________________________________

460, 000. 00

F i e l d i n v e s t i g a t i o n s o f p u b l i c h e a l t h ______________________________________________________________________

315, 940. 00

550, 310. 00
300, 000. 00

P r e v e n t i n g t h e s p r e a d o f e p i d e m i c d i s e a s e s ____________________________________________________________

400, 000. 00

400, 000. 00

S t u d i e s o f r u r a l s a n i t a t i o n , e t c _______________________________________________________________________________

85, 000. 00

347, 000. 00

E x p e n s e s D i v i s i o n o f V e n e r e a l D i s e a s e s _________________________________________________________________

73, 780. 00

70, 000. 0 0

lp , 005, 205. 0 0

9, 816, 284. 0 0

34, 500. 00

T o t a l, P u b lic H e a lt h

S e r v i c e _________________________________________________________________________ _____

M in t e s t a b lis h m e n t :
S a la r ie s , o ffic e o f t h e D i r e c t o r o f t h e

M i n t ____________________

37, 600. 00

C o n tin g e n t e x p e n s e s , o ffic e o f th e D ir e c t o r o f t h e M i n t ,
S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s , m i n t s a n d a s s a y o f f i c e s _______________

26, 500. 00

50, 603. 00

1, 6 4 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 5 8 6 , 4 6 0 . 0 0

T o t a l , m i n t e s t a b l i s h m e n t _________________________________________

1, 7 0 4 , 1 0 0 . 0 0

1, 6 7 1 , 5 6 3 . 0 0

S u p e r v is in g A r c h ite c t :
377, 820. 00

349, 385. 00

11, 6 00 , 550. 0 0

11, 130, 5 50 . 0 0

R e p a i r s , e q u i p m e n t , a n d g e n e r a l e x p e n s e s , p u b l i c b u i l d i n g s ____________________________________________

4, 015, 000. 00

C o n s t r u c t io n , s ite s , r e n t , e t c ., p u b lic b u ild in g s , m a r in e h o s p ita ls , a n d q u a r a n t in e s t a t io n s .

29, 290, 000. 00

3, 542, 888. 00
54, 824, 000. 00

S a la r ie s ,
O p e r a t i n g e x p e n s e s , p u b l i c b u i l d i n g s ______________________________________________________________________________

O u t s i d e p r o f e s s i o n a l s e r v i c e s , p u b l i c b u i l d i n g s ________________________________________________________________

455, 000. 00

610, 000. 00

T o t a l u n d e r S u p e r v i s i n g A r c h i t e c t -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

45, 738, 370. 00

70, 456, 823. 00

75, 000. 00

75, 000. 00

D e p a r t m e n t , e x c lu s iv e o f in te r e s t a n d p r in c ip a l o f t h e p u b lic d e b t -

329, 698, 615. 80

t 345, 940, 278. 0 0

I n t e r e s t o n p u b l i c d e b t ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------- -----------------------------------------------------------

640, 000, 000. 00

675, 000, 000. 00

S i n k i n g f u n d ___________________________________________________________________

3 7 9 , 5 2 4 ,1 2 9 . 0 2

3 7 0 ,1 5 3 , 4 0 7 . 5 6

O t h e r r e d e m p t i o n s o f t h e d e b t -------------------------------------------------------------

173, 543, 500. 00

172, 289, 300. 00

553, 067, 629. 02

5 4 2 ,* 4 4 2 , 7 0 7 . 5 6

P r o m o t in g e d u c a tio n o f t h e b lin d
T o ta l, T re a s u ry

( i n c l u d i n g $ 1 0 , 0 0 0 p e r m a n e n t a p p r o p r i a t i o n ) ________________

P u b lic -d e b t re tir e m e n ts c h a r g e a b le a g a in s t o r d in a r y r e c e ip t s :

T o t a l ____________________________________
T o ta l, T re a su ry

D e p a rtm e n t,

1, 5 2 2 , 7 6 6 , 2 4 4 . 8 2

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563, 382, 985. 56

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Recapitulation of estimates of appropriations for 1930, and of appropriations for 1929, by departments, etc.—Continued
E a for 13
stimtes 90

O a iza u its
rg n tion n
C H A P T E R
M IL IT A R Y

X I I .—

W A R

A C T IV IT IE S

D E P A R T M E N T

A N D

D E P A R T M E N T A L

S a la r ie s , W a r D e p a r t m e n t :
O f f i c e o f S e c r e t a r y o f W a r _______________________________

$244, 592. 00
231, 000. 00
1, 4 2 1 , 7 32 . 0 0

O f f i c e o f C h i e f o f S t a f f _____________________________________
A d j u t a n t G e n e r a l ' s o f f i c e _________________________________
O f f i c e o f t h e I n s p e c t o r G e n e r a l ________________________
O ffic e o f t h e J u d g e A d v o c a t e

744, 076. 00
94, 000. 00

219, 274. 00

2 18, 294. 00

269, 820. 00
81, 885. 00

C h ie f o f B u r e a u o f I n s u la r A ffa ir s ,

25, 640. 00
105, 000. 00
351, 620. 00

797, 000. 00
100, 000. 00

O f f i c e o f t h e C h i e f o f A i r C o r p s ________________________
O f f i c e o f t h e S u r g e o n G e n e r a l ______________________ ____

261, 347. 00
78, 460. 00

121, 858. 00
426, 000. 00

O f f i c e o f C h i e f o f E n g i n e e r s _____________________________
O f f i c e o f C h i e f o f O r d n a n c e ______________________________
O f f i c e o f C h i e f o f C o a s t A r t i l l e r y ______________________

44, 000. 00
24, 800. 00

M i l i t i a B u r e a u , W a r D e p a r t m e n t --------------------------------

145, 000. 00

O f f i c e o f C h i e f o f C h e m i c a l W a r f a r e S e r v i c e _____

b i n d i n g _______________________________________________________________________________

C o n t i n g e n c i e s o f t h e A r m y ______________________________________________________________________

116, 820. 00
395, 685. 00
40, 432. 00
23, 520. 00
134, 692. 00
4. 372, 834. 00

4, 6 3 8 , 6 41 . 0 0

O ffice o f S e c r e t a r y o f W a r —
C o n t in g e n t e x p e n s e s , W a r D e p a r t m e n t , in c lu d in g s t a t io n e r y a n d p o s t a g e .
P r in t in g a n d

1, 3 4 0 , 6 1 4 . 0 0

372, 180. 0 0

G e n e r a l ______________

T o t a l s a la r ie s , W a r D e p a r t m e n t ,

$225, 596. 00
217, 038. 00

27, 200. 00
112, 300. 00

O f f i c e o f t h e C h i e f o f F i n a n c e __________________________
O f f i c e o f t h e Q u a r t e r m a s t e r G e n e r a l _________________
O f f i c e o f t h e C h i e f S i g n a l O f f i c e r ______________________

O ffic e o f t h e

Ap
p ropriation for 1 2 1
s 99

145, 250. 00
475, 000. 00
10, 0 00 . 0 0

148, 720. 00
475, 000. 00
12, 0 0 0 . 0 0

630, 250. 00

635, 720. 00

C o n t in g e n c ie s , M ilit a r y I n t e llig e n c e D iv is io n , G e n e r a l S ta ff C o r p s .

62, 480. 00

62, 480. 00

W a r C o l l e g e _________________________________________________________________________________________________________

78, 000. 00

73, 610. 00

C o m m a n d a n d G e n e ra l S ta ff S c h o o l, F o r t L e a v e n w o r th , K a n s .

4, 500. 00
41, 439. 00

40, 599. 00

M i l i t a r y p o s t e x c h a n g e s __________________________________________________________

72, 000. 00

69, 740. 00

117, 939. 00

114, 839. 0 0

P a y o f t h e A r m y _______________________

133, 615, 568. 00

130, 334, 373. 00

M i l e a g e o f t h e A r m y _________________

740, 000. 00

740, 000. 00

E x p e n s e s o f c o u r t s - m a r t i a l ________

80, 000. 00

90, 000. 00
110, 000. 0 0

T o t a l, o ffic e o f S e c r e t a r y o f W a r .
G e n e ra l S ta ff C o r p s :
A rm y

A d j u t a n t G e n e r a l 's D e p a r t m e n t :
C o n t i n g e n c i e s , h e a d q u a r t e r s o f m i l i t a r y d e p a r t m e n t s , e t c ________

T o t a l , A d j u t a n t G e n e r a l 's D e p a r t m e n t .

4, 5 00 . 0 0

F in a n c e D e p a r t m e n t :

A p p r e h e n s io n o f d e s e r te r s , e tc _ _
F i n a n c e s e r v i c e _________________________

170, 000. 00
1, 1 1 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
21, 900. 00

1, 0 5 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

C la im s a n d m is c e lla n e o u s it e m s .
P ay

1, 3 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

137, 037, 468. 00

133, 862, 273. 00

S u b s i s t e n c e o f t h e A r m y ________________ ________ ______________________

24, 405, 778. 00

24, 351, 875. 00

R e g u l a r s u p p l i e s _______ ________ __________________________________________

10, 0 6 9 , 129. 0 0
5, 8 3 2 , 0 6 7 . 0 0

10, 2 7 4 , 2 7 8 . 5 0

3, 9 2 0 , 8 6 1 . 0 0
16, 8 4 3 , 8 8 2 . 0 0

3, 570, 640. 00
1 7 ,4 6 4 , 5 5 1 . 0 0

4 8 0 , 0 0 0 .0 0

529, 500. 00
5, 0 8 4 , 0 0 0 .0 0
12, 6 6 8 , 9 4 4 .0 0
42, 000. 00

o f th e A r m y , d e p o s it fu n d ^

T o t a l u n d e r F in a n c e D e p a r t m e n t .

37, 900. 00

Q u a rterm a ster C o rp s:

C l o t h i n g a n d e q u i p a g e __________________________________________________
I n c i d e n t a l e x p e n s e s _______________________________________________________
A r m y t r a n s p o r t a t i o n ____________________________________________________
H o r s e s f o r C a v a l r y , A r t i l l e r y , E n g i n e e r s , e t c _________________
C o n s tru ctio n

o f b u i l d i n g s , e t c . , a t m i l i t a r y p o s t s ___________

14, 441, 950. 0 0

B a r r a c k s a n d q u a r t e r s a n d o t h e r b u ild in g s a n d u t ilit ie s .
S h o o t i n g g a l l e r i e s a n d r a n g e s ________________________________________

11, 6 5 0 , 7 8 4 .0 0
40, 000. 00

R e n t o f b u i l d i n g s , Q u a r t e r m a s t e r C o r p s ________________________

15, 300. 00
16, 8 66 . 0 0

S e w e r a g e s y s t e m , F o r t M o n r o e , V a ______________________________
C o n s tru ctio n

a n d r e p a i r o f h o s p i t a l s _____________________________

T o ta l, Q u a rte rm a ste r C o r p s .

6, 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

578, 880. 00

15, 3 00 . 0 0
16, 8 66. 0 0
655 , 0 0 0 .0 0

88, 295, 497. 00

8 1 ,1 7 2 , 9 5 4 . 5 0

S e a co a s t d e fe n s e s :
U n it e d S ta te s —
S i g n a l C o r p s _______________

115, 000. 00

C o r p s o f E n g i n e e r s ______

390, 000. 00

516, 000. 00

O rd n a n ce D ep a rtm en ts

977, 690. 00

1, 0 2 3 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

C o a s t A r t ille r y

145, 060. 00

304, 127. 0 0

C o r p s ,.

T o t a l, s e a c o a s t d e fe n s e s , U n it e d S t a te s .

1, 6 2 7 , 7 5 0 . 0 0

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115, 000. 00

1, 958,127. 00

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O a iza u its
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C H A P T E R
M IL IT A R Y

X I I .—

W

A R

A C T IV IT IE S

E a for 1 3
stimtes 0 0

A propriation for 1 2 1
p
s 99

D E P A R T M E N T — C o n tin u e d

A N D

D E P A R T M E N T A L — C o n tin u e d

S e a c o a s t d e fe n se s— C o n t in u e d .
I n s u la r p o s s e s s io n s —
S i g n a l C o r p s _______________

$ 93, 142. 00

$35, 000. 00

C o r p s o f E n g i n e e r s ______
O rd n an ce D e p a rtm e n t.

319, 000. 00
279, 050. 00

384, 610. 00
332, 762. 00

C o a s t A r t ille r y

215, 005. 00

221, 900. 00

906, 197. 00

974, 272. 00

C orps „ _

T o t a l, s e a c o a s t d e fe n s e s , in s u la r p o s s e s s io n s .
P a n a m a C a n a l—
S i g n a l C o r p s _______________

30, 220. 00

34, 120. 0 0

C o r p s o f E n g i n e e r s ______

479, 210. 00

609, 350. 00

O rd n an ce D e p a rtm e n t,

124, 625. 00

329, 000. 00

C o a s t A r t ille r y

200, 000. 00

133, 847. 00

C o r p s ..

T o t a l, s e a c o a s t d e fe n s e s , P a n a m a C a n a l-

834, 055. 00

1, 1 0 6 , 3 1 7 . 0 0

T o t a l , s e a c o a s t d e f e n s e s --------------------------------------

3, 368, 002. 00

4, 038, 716. 00

S ig n a l S e r v ic e o f t h e A r m y -

2, 874, 346. 00

2, 7 9 7 , 7 90 . 0 0

A i r C o r p s , A r m y ____________________

33, 447, 429. 00

24, 630, 268. 00

S ig n a l C o r p s :
A ir C o r p s :

M e d ic a l D e p a r t m e n t :
M e d i c a l a n d h o s p i t a l d e p a r t m e n t ______

1, 2 6 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 2 5 1 , 1 97 . 0 0

H o s p i t a l c a r e , C a i^ a l Z o n e g a r r i s o n s . _

40, 000. 00

40, 000. 00

A rm y

L ib r a r y .

28, 000. 00

28, 000. 00

T o t a l , M e d i c a l D e p a r t m e n t -----------------

1, 3 3 3 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 3 1 9 , 1 97. 0 0

C a r e o f in s a n e F ilip in o a n d P o r t o R i c a n s o ld ie r s .

400. 00

450. 00

E n g i n e e r d e p o t s ___________________________________________________________________________________
E n g i n e e r S c h o o l ___________________________________________________________________________________

93, 060. 00
23, 210. 00

90, 000. 00
22, 410. 00

M e d ic a l

M useum

B u r e a u o f In s u la r A ffa ir s :

and

C o r p s o f E n g in e e r s :

E n g i n e e r e q u i p m e n t o f t r o o p s ______________________________________________________________

299, 700. 00

325, 000. 00

E n g i n e e r o p e r a t i o n s i n t h e f i e l d ____________________________________________________________

88, 067. 00

81, 223. 00

M i l i t a r y s u r v e y s a n d m a p s ___________________________________________________________________

71, 940. 00

80, 000. 00

575, 977. 00

598, 633. 00

030, 000. 00

1, 0 1 0 , 4 3 0 . 0 0
4, 000, 000. 00
312, 848. 00
675, 310. 00

T o ta l, C o r p s o f E n g in e e r s O rd n an ce

D ep a rtm en t:

O r d n a n c e s e r v i c e _____________________________
O r d n a n c e s t o r e s , a m m u n i t i o n __________
M a n u f a c t u r e o f a r m s _______________________

895, 379. 00
300, 506. 00

O r d n a n c e s t o r e s a n d s u p p l i e s ................. ...

635, 000. 00

A u t o m a t i c r i f l e s _______________________________
T a n k s ______________________________________________

424, 000. 00

F i e l d A r t i l l e r y a r m a m e n t _________________
P r o v i n g g r o u n d s , A r m y ____________________

2, 6 15 , 4 00 . 0 0
161, 188. 0 0

R e p a i r s o f a r s e n a l s ___________________________

800, 000. 00

169, 000. 00
800, 000. 00

M i s c e l l a n e o u s i t e m s __________________________

105, 000. 00

180, 000. 00

O r d n a n c e m a te r ia l, p r o c e e d s o f s a le s .

65, 000. 00

65, 000. 00

9, 261, 473. 00

10, 835, 625. 0 0

C h e m ic a l W a r fa r e S e r v ic e , A r m y .

1, 2 4 8 , 2 76 . 0 0

1, 3 0 4 , 7 8 0 . 0 0

I n f a n t r y S c h o o l , F o r t B e n n i n g , G a _________________________________

38, 342. 00

37, 262. 00

T a n k S e r v i c e __________________________________________________________________

27, 613. 00

26, 413. 00

65, 955. 00

63, 675. 00

T o ta l, O rd n a n c e

D e p a r t m e n t ----------------------------------------------------------

C h e m ic a l W a r fa r e S e r v ic e :

230, 000. 00

344, 500. 00
245, 000. 00
3, 0 3 3 , 5 3 7 .0 0

C h ie f o f In fa n tr y :

T o t a l, C h ie f o f I n fa n t r y -

20, 610. 00

18, 650. 00

26, 000. 00

24, 196. 00

C o a s t ^ A r t ille r y S c h o o l , F o r t M o n r o e , V a .

29, 205. 00

28, 720. 00

P a y ________________________________________________________________________________________

1, 2 3 6 , 2 8 6 . 0 0

1 ,1 9 6 , 8 3 0 . 0 0

M a i n t e n a n c e ____________________________ .______________________________________________

1 ,1 2 4 , 0 4 8 . 0 0

1, 1 1 0 , 2 2 1 . 0 0

C h ie f o f C a v a lr y :

C a v a l r y S c h o o l , F o r t R i l e y , K a n s ---------------------------------

C h ie f o f F ie ld A r t ille r y :
C h ie f o f C o a s t A r tille r y :
M ilita r y

F ie ld

A r tille r y

S c h o o l a n d i n s t r u c t i o n ______

A cadem y:

B u i l d i n g s ________________________________________________________________________________
T o t a l, M ilita r y A c a d e m y .

6 0 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0
2, 960, 334. 00

i E x c lu s iv e o f a d d it io n a l a m o u n t r e q u ir e d t o m e e t t b e p r o v is io n s o f th e a c t a p p r o v e d M a y 28,1028* a m e n d in g t h e cla s sific a tio n a c t o f 1023.
5 0 6 -— 2 8 — — x i




2, 307, 051. 00

A152

THE BUDGET, 1930

Recapitulation of estimates of appropriations for 19S0, and of appropriations for 1929, by departments, etc.—Continued
E atesfor1 3
stim
00

O a iza u its
rg n tion n
C H A P T E R
M IL IT A R Y

X

I I —

W

A C T IV IT IE S

M ilit ia B u r e a u :
A r m in g , e q u ip p in g , a n d

A R

D E P A R T M E N T —

A N D

A
ppropriation for1 2 1
s 99

C o n tin u e d

D E P A R T M E N T A L — C o n tin u e d

$15, 295, 303. 00
11, 5 41 , 168. 0 0

$15, 643, 759. 00
10, 700, 000. 0 0

5, 3 38 , 3 27 . 0 0

5, 2 6 3 , 150. 0 0

M ilit ia B u r e a u .

32, 174, 798. 00

31, 606, 909. 00

R e s e r v e s ______________

5, 201, 977. 00

5, 3 0 3 , 583. 0 0

c o l l e g e s __________________________________________

2, 672, 117. 00
8, 900. 00

2, 9 7 0 , 0 00 . 0 0
8, 900. 0 0

C i t i z e n s ’ m i l i t a r y t r a i n i n g c a m p s _________________________________________

2, 578, 033. 0 0

2, 801, 240. 0 0

T o t a l , c i t i z e n s ’ m i l i t a r y t r a i n i n g ________________ ________ _____________

5, 2 5 9 , 0 5 0 . 0 0

5, 7 8 0 ,1 4 0 . 0 0

N a t i o n a l B o a r d f o r P r o m o t i o n o f R i f l e P r a c t i c e __________________________

659, 500. 00

214, 375. 00

T o t a l , m i l i t a r y a c t i v i t i e s a n d d e p a r t m e n t a l ______________________

329, 366, 607. 00

1 311, 167, 468. 5 0

A n n u i t i e s ___________________________________ ___________ _ ___________________________

5, 4 0 0 . 0 0

5, 4 0 0 . 0 0

E x t r a p a y , w a r w i t h S p a i n __________________________________________________

875. 00

875. 00

6, 2 7 5 . 0 0

6, 275. 00

t r a i n i n g t h e N a t i o n a l G u a r d . _________ __________________________

A r m o r y d r i l l p a y ____________________________________________________________________________ ________ ______
A r m s , u n i f o r m s , e q u i p m e n t , e t c * , f o r f i e l d s e r v i c e , N a t i o n a l G u a r d --------------------------T o ta l,
O r g a n iz e d

C it iz e n s ' m ilit a r y tr a in in g :
R e s e r v e O f f i c e r s ' T r a i n i n g C o r p s . __________ _____________________________
S u p p lie s f o r s c h o o ls a n d

*
F in a n c e

N O N M IL IT A R Y

A C T IV IT IE S

D ep a rtm en t:

T o t a l u n d e r F in a n c e D e p a r t m e n t .
Q u a rterm a ster C o r p s :
N a t i o n a l c e m e t e r i e s _____________________________________________

859, 552. 00

826, 925. 00

N a t io n a l m ilit a r y p a rk s a n d n a tio n a l m o n u m e n t s _
P r e s e r v a t i o n , b i r t h p l a c e o f L i n c o l n _______________________

400, 378. 00

339, 508. 00

2, 040. 00

1, 7 0 0 . 0 0

1, 2 6 1 , 9 7 0 . 0 0

1, 1 6 8 ,1 3 3 . 0 0

M ilit a r y C a b le a n d T e le g r a p h S y s t e m -

171, 930. 00

159, 080. 00

A r t i f i c i a l l i m b s _________________________________________________________________________________

75, 000. 00
900. 00

44, 250. 00

T o t a l , Q u a r t e r m a s t e r C o r p s __________________________________________________________
S ig n a l C o r p s :

W a s h in g t o n -A la s k a

M e d ic a l D e p a r t m e n t :
T r u s s e s a n d a p p l i a n c e s f o r d i s a b l e d s o l d i e r s ______________________________________
M e d ic a l a n d S u r g ic a l H is t o r y o f t h e W o r ld

W a r _______________________________
75, 900. 00

T o t a l, M e d ic a l D e p a r t m e n t .

900. 00
9, 480. 0 0
54, 630. 00

C o r p s o f E n g in e e rs :
M is c e lla n e o u s o b je c t s —
2, 500. 00

3, 500. 00

15, 340. 00

15, 000. 0 0

17, 840. 00

18, 5 00 . 0 0

500, 000. 00

825, 000. 00

W a g o n r o a d s , b r i d g e s a n d t r a i l s , A l a s k a f u n d _________________________________________

125, 000. 00

F u n d s c o n t r ib u t e d f o r im p r o v e m e n t o f r o a d s , b r id g e s , a n d tr a ils , A la s k a .

200, 000. 00

100, 000. 00
125, 000. 00
100, 000. 00

825, 000. 00

1 ,1 5 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

50, 000, 000. 00

55, 886, 310. 00

I m p r o v e m e n t s , b ir t h p la c e o f G e o r g e W a s h in g t o n , W a k e fie ld , V a E x p e n s e s , C a lifo r n ia

D e b r i s C o m m i s s i o n _____________________________________

T o t a l, m is c e lla n e o u s o b je c t s u n d e r C o r p s o f E n g in e e r s .
R o a d s in A la s k a —
C o n s t r u c t i o n a n d m a i n t e n a n c e o f r o a d s , b r i d g e s , a n d t r a i l s , A l a s k a _________
P r o te c tio n o f G o v e r n m e n t p r o p e r ty a d ja c e n t t o

T o t a l , r o a d s in

L o w e l l C r e e k , A l a s k a ____

A l a s k a u n d e r C o r p s o f E n g i n e e r s _________ ________ _______________

R iv e r s a n d h a rb o rs—
M a in t e n a n c e a n d im p r o v e m e n t o f e x is tin g r iv e r a n d h a r b o r w o r k s .
R e i m b u r s e m e n t o f f u n d s a d v a n c e d b y c i t y o f M i a m i , F l a ______________
M u s c l e S h o a l s _______________________________________________________________________________
F l o o d r e l i e f _________________________ __________________________________________________________
F l o o d c o n t r o l ________________________________________________________________________________

605, 000. 00

276,'ddd’ oo'

275, 000. 0 0
1, 5 0 0 , 0 00 . 0 0

31, 960, 000. 00

10, 5 53 , 6 00 . 0 0

R e tu r n o f fu n d s c o n tr ib u te d fo r flo o d c o n t r o l.

4, 370, 000. 00

P e r m a n e n t s p e c ific a n d in d e fin it e a p p r o p r ia t io n s .

5 ,9 9 7 , 6 0 0 . 0 0

5 ,9 9 7 ,6 0 0 ." 0 0

F u n d s c o n t r i b u t e d f o r r i v e r a n d h a r b o r * i m p r o v e rm e n t s a n d f l o o d c o n t r o l .
rove *

1, 0 5 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1 ,3 5 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

T o t a l , r i v e r s a n d h a r b o r s u n d e r C o r p s o f E n g i n e e r s ______ ______________________

93, 647, 600. 00

7 6 ,1 6 7 , 5 1 0 . 0 0

T o t a l , C o r p s o f E n g i n e e r s _____ ________ _____________________________________________________

9 4 ,4 9 0 , 4 4 0 . 0 0

7 7 ,3 3 6 , 0 1 0 . 0 0

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RECAPITULATION

A153

Recapitulation of estimates of appropriations for 1980, and of appropriations for 1929, by departments, etc.—Continued
O rg an iza tion u n its

C H A P T E R

X I I .—

W

A R

N O N M IL IT A R Y
S o ld ie r s ' h o m e s :
N a t io n a l H o m e fo r D is a b le d
N a tio n a l H o m e fo r D is a b le d

E s tim a tes for 1930

D E P A R T M E N T —

A p p ro p ria tio n s for 1929 8

C o n tin u e d

A C T I V I T I E S — C o n tin u e d

V o l u n t e e r S o l d i e r s , s u p p o r t _____________________________

$8, 129, 100. 0 0

$7, 800, 300. 00

560, 000. 00
664, 000. 00

560, 000. 00
695, 455. 00

98, 000. 00

98, 000. 00

V o l u n t e e r S o l d i e r s , b u i l d i n g s _______________________

900, 000. 00

S t a t e a n d T e r r i t o r i a l h o m e s f o r d i s a b l e d s o l d i e r s a n d s a i l o r s ________________________
S o l d i e r s ' H o m e p e r m a n e n t f u n d ____________________ ________ ____________________________________
S o l d i e r s ' H o m e i n t e r e s t a c c o u n t _________________________________________________________________
T o ta l, s o ld ie r s ' h o m e s .

J

9 ,4 5 1 ,1 0 0 .0 0

10, 0 5 3 , 7 55 . 0 0

105, 457, 615. 00

1 88, 777, 883. 00

T o t a l, W a r D e p a r t m e n t , e x c lu s iv e o f P a n a m a C a n a l-

434, 824, 222. 00

1399, 945, 351. 50

P a n a m a C a n a l:
M a i n t e n a n c e a n d o p e r a t i o n __________________________________________
S a n i t a t i o n . C a n a l Z o n e ____________________________ ________ ___________

8, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

6, 8 3 2 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1

820, 000. 00

670, 000. 00

1, 1 9 1 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 1 5 8 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

C a n a l ____ ____________ ________________________________________________________

10, 011, 000. 00

8, 6 6 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

T o t a l , W a r D e p a r t m e n t , i n c l u d i n g P a n a m a C a n a l ----------------------------------------------

444, 835, 222. 00

1408, 605, 351. 50

2, 0 9 0 , 0 00 . 0 0

1, 8 8 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
5, 7 3 4 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

C iv il g o v e r n m e n t, P a n a m a
T o ta l, P a n a m a

C H A P T E R

Canal and

X I I I .—

C a n a l Z o n e ________

D I S T R I C T

O F

C O L U M B IA

G e n era l fu n d :
G e n e r a l g o v e r n m e n t ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------P r o t e c t i o n o f l i f e a n d p r o p e r t y _______________________________________________________________

6, 6 4 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

H e a l t h a n d s a n i t a t i o n ____________________________________________________ ________ _______________

3, 7 1 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

H i g h w a y s ______________________________________________________________________________________________

4, 2 3 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

3, 6 5 0 , 5 60 . 0 0
5, 5 81 , 150. 0 0

P u b l i c w e l f a r e _________________________________________________________________________________________
E d u c a t i o n ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ----------------------------------

4, 4 2 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

4, 7 0 0 , 3 2 5 . 0 0

12, 4 0 0 , 4 4 7 . 0 0

12, 4 6 5 , 2 43 . 0 0
2, 0 9 0 , 6 8 0 . 0 0

R e c r e a t i o n ______________________________________ ________ _____________________________________ ________

|
!

1, 4 0 3 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

P u b lic s e r v ic e e n t e r p r is e s ..

34, 908, 447. 00
1, 7 7 6 ,1 6 0 . 0 0

T r u s t a n d s p e c i a l f u n d s _____

3, 251, 015. 00

1, 5 3 5 , 3 5 0 . 0 0
2, 7 2 0 , 0 00 . 0 0

39, 935, 622. 00

1 40, 357, 308. 00

L e g i s l a t i v e e s t a b l i s h m e n t ____________________________________
E x e c u t i v e O ffic e a n d in d e p e n d e n t e s t a b lis h m e n t s .

18, 919, 730. 64
648, 361, 521. 00

613, 005, 812. 00

D e p a r t m e n t o f A g r i c u l t u r e ----------------------------------------------------

154, 232, 131. 0 0

D e p a r t m e n t o f C o m m e r c e ____________ __________ _____________

58, 459, 749. 0 0

T o ta l, g e n e ra l fu n d .

T o t a l , D i s t r i c t o f C o l u m b i a ____________________________________________________
S U M

M A R Y

B Y

36, 101, 958. 00

D E P A R T M E N T S

I n t e r i o r D e p a r t m e n t ___________________________________________

310, 957, 045. 78

D e p a r t m e n t o f J u s t i c e _________________________________________

28, 103, 570. 00
10, 719, 430. 0 0

17, 913, 873. 26

i

154, 723, 793. 88
38, 375, 530. 00
300, 632, 539. 00
26, 808, 062. 50

S ta te

W a r D e p a r t m e n t , in c lu d in g P a n a m a

C a n a l.

349, 125, 482. 00

11, 0 7 8 , 3 40 . 0 0
364, 233, 362. 00

1 816, 209, 325. 00

1 774, 445, 042. 00

14, 7 44 , 8 31 . 43
! 1 ,5 2 2 ,7 6 6 ,2 4 4 .8 2

D ep a rtm en t,

!
i

D e p a r t m e n t o f L a b o r __________________________________________
N a v y D e p a r t m e n t _______________________________________________

1, 5 6 3 , 3 8 2 , 9 8 5 . 5 6

444, 835, 222. 00

14, 466, 236. 39

th e

T r e a s u r y , e x c l u s i v e o f p o s t a l d e f i c i e n c i e s ___________________________________

408, 605, 351. 50
40, 357, 308. 00
14 , 3 2 8 , 0 2 8 , 2 3 6 . 0 9

1 816, 209, 325. 00
T o t a l p a y a b le fr o m

39, 935, 622. 00
14, 417, 369, 904. 67

D i s t r i c t o f C o l u m b i a ___________________________________

» 774, 445, 042. 00

3, 6 0 1 ,1 6 0 , 5 7 9 . 6 7

* 3 ,5 5 3 ,5 8 3 ,1 9 4 . 0 9

i In c lu d e s d eficien cies in p os ta l rev en u es.
3 In clu d e s all a p p r o p r ia tio n s m a de fo r th e fiscal y ea r 1929 t o d a te , in c lu d in g rev ised perm a n en t a n d in d e fin ite a p p r o p r ia tio n s fo r th e p u b lic d e b t .
3 E x clu siv e o f a d d it io n a l a m o u n t r e q u ire d t o m e e t th e p r o v isio n s o f th e a ct a p p r o v e d M a y 28, 1928, a m e n d in g th e cla ssifica tion a ct o f 1923.




A154

THE BUDGET, 1930

Recapitulation of estimates of appropriations for 1930, and of appropriations for 1929, by departments, etc.—Continued
O rg an iza tion u n its

E s tim a tes for 1930

A p p ro p ria tio n s for 1929 1

PERMANENT APPROPRIATIONS INCLUDED IN THE FOREGOING SUMMARY
L E G IS L A T I V E
L ib r a r y o f C o n g r e s s :
B eq u est o f G ertru d e

M . H u b b a r d , i n t e r e s t a c c o u n t _________________________________________________________

$800. 00

C o n t r i b u t e d f u n d s __________________________________________________________________________________________________________

205, 000, 00

$800. 00
160, 000. 0 0

205, 800. 00

160, 800. 00

I n s t i t u t i o n , i n t e r e s t a c c o u n t ______________________________________

60, 000. 00

60, 000. 00

R e l i e f o f t h e i n d i g e n t : A l a s k a f u n d ----------------------------------------------------------------------F e d e r a l B o a r d fo r V o c a t io n a l E d u c a t io n :

15, 0 0 0 . 0 0

15, 0 0 0 . 0 0

200, 000. 00

200, 000. 00
3, 0 2 7 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

T o t a l, L ib r a r y o f C o n g r e s s .
IN D E P E N D E N T
S m ith s o n ia n

O F F IC E S

S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s _____________________________________________________________
C o o p e r a t i v e v o c a t i o n a l e d u c a t i o n i n a g r i c u l t u r e _____________________
C o o p e r a t iv e

v o c a t io n a l e d u c a tio n

i n t r a d e s a n d i n d u s t r i e s ---------

C o o p e r a t i v e v o c a t i o n a l e d u c a t i o n , t e a c h e r s , e t c ______________________

3, 0 27 , 000. 00
3, 0 5 0 , 0 00 . 0 0
1, 0 9 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
9, 2 50 . 0 0
2, 6 05 , 741. 0 0

3, 0 5 0 , 0 00 . 0 0
1, 0 9 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

F e d e r a l R e s e r v e B o a r d --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------U n it e d S ta te s V e t e r a n s ’ B u r e a u — G o v e r n m e n t life -in s u r a n c e f u n d .

97, 4 00 , 0 00 . 00

8, 2 50 . 0 0
2, 7 00 , 0 00 . 0 0
74, 500, 000. 00

T o t a l p e r m a n e n t a p p r o p r ia t io n s u n d e r in d e p e n d e n t o f f ic e s ,.

107, 456, 991. 00

84, 650, 250. 0 0

M e a t i n s p e c t i o n , B u r e a u o f A n i m a l I n d u s t r y _____________________________________________

3, 0 0 0 , 0 00 . 00

3, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

C o o p e r a t i v e w o r k , F o r e s t S e r v i c e ____________________________________________* _________________

1, 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

R e f u n d t o d e p o s i t o r s , e x c e s s o f d e p o s i t s , n a t i o n a l - f o r e s t s f u n d ___________________

1, 4 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
75, 000. 00

P a y m en ts to

t h e n a t i o n a l - f o r e s t s f u n d _____________

1, 4 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

R o a d s a n d t r a i l s f o r S t a t e s , n a t i o n a l - f o r e s t s f u n d _________________- ____________________

530, 000. 00

F e d e r a l P o w e r C o m m i s s i o n ___________________________________________________________

DEPARTM ENT

S ta te s a n d

T e r r ito r ie s fr o m

P a y m e n t s t o s c h o o l fu n d s , A r iz o n a a n d

OF

N ew

A G R IC U L T U R E

M e x ic o , n a tio n a l-fo r e s ts fu n d .

N a t i o n a l F o r e s t R e s e r v a t i o n C o m m i s s i o n __________________________________________________
C o o p e r a t i v e a g r i c u l t u r a l e x t e n s i o n w o r k ____________________________________________________

40, 000. 00
500. 00

75, 000. 00
1, 2 8 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
530, 000. 00
40, 000. 00
500. 00

4, 602, 936. 00

4, 580, 0 00 . 0 0

11, 0 4 8 , 436. 00

11, 0 1 0 , 500. 0 0

3, 000. 00

3, 000. 00

D e p o s i t s b y i n d i v i d u a l s f o r s u r v e y i n g p u b l i c l a n d s ______________

25, 000. 00

R e p a y m e n t f o r l a n d s e r r o n e o u s l y s o l a _________________________________

25, 000. 00

30, 000. 00
30, 000. 00

T o t a l p e r m a n e n t a p p r o p r ia t io n s u n d e r D e p a r t m e n t o f A g ricu ltu re _
DEPARTM ENT

OF

COM M ERCE

M is c e lla n e o u s .
IN T E R IO R

DEPARTM ENT

5 , 3 , a n d 2 p e r c e n t f u n d s t o S t a t e s ( l a n d s ) _________________________

15, 0 00 . 0 0

15, 0 00 . 0 0

r e c e ip t s u n d e r m in e r a l le a s in g a c t .

640, 000. 00

2, 000, 000. 00

C o l l e g e s f o r a g r i c u l t u r e a n d t h e m e c h a n i c a r t s _____________________
C o o s B a y W a g o n R o a d g r a n t f u n d ______________________________________

550, 000. 00

2, 550, 000. 0 0

23, 000. 00
650, 000. 00

600, 000. 00

P a y m e n ts t o S ta te s fr o m

P a y m e n ts t o ce r ta in c o u n tie s o f O re g o n a n d

W a s h i n g t o n _____

40, 000. 00

A n n e t t e I s l a n d s R e s e r v e , A l a s k a , f u n d f r o m l e a s e s _______________
P u r c h a s e o f l a n d s , n a t i o n a l p a r k s ________________________________________

15, 0 00 . 0 0

D o n a tio n s to

N a t i o n a l P a r k S e r v i c e ____________________________________

85, 000. 00

2, 0 0 0 . 0 0

P u b l i c s c h o o l s , A l a s k a f u n d _________________________________________________
M i s c e l l a n e o u s t r u s t f u n d s ____________________________________________________

55, 000. 00

50, 000. 00
201, 000. 00

M i s c e l l a n e o u s _____________________________________________________________________
In d ia n

m o n e y s , p r o c e e d s o f l a b o r ________________________________________

13, 000. 0 0
50, 000. 0 0

216, 000. 00
13, 0 00. 0 0
2, 5 00 , 000. 0 0

13, 0 0 0 . 0 0
2, 000, 000. 00

P a y m e n t s t o O k l a h o m a , r o y a l t i e s o n o i l a n d g a s __________________

50, 000. 00

M i s c e l l a n e o u s t r u s t f u n d s o f I n d i a n t r i b e s ___________________________
I n t e r e s t o n I n d i a n t r u s t f u n d s _______________________________ _____________

17, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
700, 000. 00

19, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

150, 000. 0 0

140, 000. 0 0

25, 712, 000. 00

27, 454, 000. 00

9, 000. 0 0

10, 000. 00

272, 500. 00

C iv iliz a t io n

o f t h e S i o u x I n d i a n s ___________________ _ ^ __________________

T o t a l p e r m a n e n t a p p r o p r ia t io n s u n d e r I n t e r io r D e p a r t m e n t ,
DEPARTM ENT

OF

LABOR

M is c e lla n e o u s .
NAVY

720, 000. 00

DEPARTM ENT

P a y o f th e N a v y a n d M a r in e C o r p s , d e p o s it fu n d .
N a v y f i n e s a n d f o r f e i t u r e s ___________________________________

197, 500. 00
140, 000. 00

S h i p s ' s t o r e s p r o f i t s , N a v y ___________________________________

300, 000. 00

N a v a l H o m e , P h i l a d e l p h i a ___________________________________

187, 000. 00

175, 000. 00

N a v a l h o s p i t a l f u n d ____________________________________ ________
M i s c e l l a n e o u s ________________ 1 __________________ _________________

1, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

5 0 .0 0

50. 00

1, 8 2 4 , 5 50 . 0 0

1, 8 8 7 , 5 5 0 . 0 0

T o t a l p e r m a n e n t a p p r o p r ia t io n s u n d e r N a v y

D ep a rtm en t-

1E siveof ad ition am n requ tom tbeprovision of tbe act approvedM 2 ,1 2 , am d gtbecla
xclu
d al ou t ired eet
s
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tion
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140, 000. 0 0
300, 000. 00

RECAPITULATION

a 155

Recapitulation of estimates of appropriations for 1930, and of appropriations for 1929, by departments, etc..— Continued
E stim a tes fo r 1930

O rg an iza tion u n its

PERM ANENT

A P P R O P R IA T IO N S

IN C L U D E D
POST

IN

O F F IC E

THE

F O R E G O IN G

S U M M A R Y — C o n tin u e d

DEPARTM ENT
$150, 000. 00
70, 000. 00

T o t a l p e r m a n e n t a p p r o p r ia t io n s u n d e r P o s t O ffic e D e p a r t m e n t .

$150, 000. 00
70, 000. 0 0

220, 000. 00

U n p a id m o n e y o r d e r s m o r e th a n 1 y e a r o l d .
A d j u s t e d l o s s e s a n d c o n t i n g e n c i e s _______________

STATE

A p p r o p r ia t io n s fo r 1929 1

220, 000. 00

DEPARTM ENT
v e s s e ls a n d s e a m e n .

10, 000. 0 0

10, 0 00 . 0 0

T r u s t f u n d s ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------P a n A m e r i c a n U n i o n q u o t a s -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

20, 000. 00

20, 000. 00
95, 233. 0 0

F o r e i g n g o v e r n m e n t m o i e t i e s ______________________________________________________________________

95, 233. 00
15, 0 0 0 . 0 0

M i s c e l l a n e o u s --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1, 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 0 0 0 . 0 0

141, 233. 00

141, 233. 0 0

P a y o f F o r e ig n S e r v ic e o ffic e r s f o r s e r v ic e s t o A m e r ic a n

T o t a l p e r m a n e n t a p p r o p r ia tio n s u n d e r S ta te D e p a r t m e n t .
TREASURY

DEPARTM ENT
250, 000. 00

o f fa r m -lo a n

98, 956. 80

P r e p a r a t io n , c u s t o d y , a n d d e liv e r y o f F e d e r a l in te r m e d ia t e c r e d it b a n k s e c u r itie s , r e im b u r s a b le .
V e s s e ls a n d s t a t io n s f o r C o a s t G u a r d

( p r o c e e d s o f s a l e s ) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R e f u n d o f e x c e s s i v e d u t i e s __________________________________________________________________________________________________
D e b e n t u r e s o r d r a w b a c k s , b o u n t i e s o r a l l o w a n c e s -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------R e f u n d i n g m o n e y s e r r o n e o u s l y r e c e i v e d a n d c o v e r e d ( c u s t o m s ) ----------------------------------------------------------------------R e f u n d in g p e n a ltie s o r c h a r g e s e r r o n e o u s ly e x a c t e d

( c u s t o m s ) -------------------------------------------------------------------------

P r o c e e d s o f g o o d s s e i z e d a n d s o l d ( c u s t o m s ) ------------------------------------------------------------ ----------------------------------------------------R e f u n d i n g p r o c e e d s o f u n c l a i m e d m e r c h a n d i s e ( c u s t o m s ) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4 23, 180. 0 0
92, 832. 00

3, 940. 0 0

b o n d s , r e i m b u r s a b l e ----------------------------------------------------------

190, 000. 00

291, 285. 00

R e c o i n a g e o f s i l v e r c o i n s -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------E x p e n s e s o f l o a n s , a c t S e p t . 2 4 , 1 9 1 7 , a s a m e n d e d a n d e x t e n d e d -------------------------------------------------------------------P r e p a r a tio n , c u s t o d y , a n d d e liv e r y

3, 725. 00

6, 500. 00
7, 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
14, 0 00 , 000. 00

i
J

10, 0 00 . 0 0

7, 5 0 0 . 0 0

5, 5 0 0 . 0 0
158, 000. 00

S a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s , n a t i o n a l - b a n k e x a m i n e r s ______________________________________________________________________

2, 4 00 , 0 00. 00
140, 000. 00

( i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e ) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

6, 500. 0 0
7, 0 0 0 , 000. 0 0
12, 000, 000. 0 0

P h i l i p p i n e s p e c i a l f u n d ( c u s t o m s ) -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------C o n t i n g e n t e x p e n s e s , n a t i o n a l c u r r e n c y , r e i m b u r s a b l e -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------A llo w a n c e o r d r a w b a c k

15, 0 0 0 . 0 0

5, 500. 0 0
150, 000. 00
2, 3 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
150, 000. 0 0

750, 000. 00
10, 000. 00

700, 000. 00

225, 000. 00

275, 000. 00
5, 000. 0 0

( i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e ) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

400, 000. 00

400, 000. 00

( i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e ) ______________________________________________________________________________

500. 00

1, 0 0 0 . 0 0

A d d i t i o n a l i n c o m e t a x o n r a i l r o a d s i n A l a s k a ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

15, 000. 0 0
10, 000. 0 0

15, 0 00 . 0 0

( i n t e r e s t ) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- --------------------

10, 000. 0 0

M i s c e l l a n e o u s i t e m s ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

500. 00

500. 00

D e p a r t m e n t , e x c lu s iv e o f p u b lic d e b t ..

26, 275, 181. 80

23, 735, 737. 00

o n t h e p u b l i c d e b t ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

640, 000, 000. 00

675, 000, 000. 00

S i n k i n g f u n d _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _____________ ______

379, 524, 129. 02

370, 153, 407. 56

R e d e m p t i o n o f b o n d s , e t c . , f r o m c a s h r e p a y m e n t s o f p r i n c i p a l b y f o r e i g n g o v e r n m e n t s _____
R e d e m p t io n o f b o n d s , e t c ., r e c e iv e d a s in te r e s t a n d p r in c ip a l p a y m e n t s u n d e r fo r e ig n d e b t

10, 7 8 3 , 5 00 . 0 0

10, 219, 3 00 . 0 0

s e t t l e m e n t s __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
O b l i g a t i o n s r e t i r e d f r o m F e d e r a l r e s e r v e b a n k f r a n c h i s e t a x r e c e i p t s _________________________________

160, 185, 000. 00

160, 995, 000. 00

R e d e m p t io n o f s ta m p s

( i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e ) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R e f u n d i n g l e g a c y t a x e s , a c t o f M a r . 3 0 , 1 9 2 8 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------A l l o w a n c e o r d r a w b a c k ( p r o h i b i t i o n ) --------------------------- -- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------R e p a y m e n t o f ta x e s e r r o n e o u s ly c o lle c t e d u n d e r a c t o f J u n e
P h ilip p in e sp e cia l fu n d
P orto

R ic o s p e cia l fu n d

T o p r o m o te th e e d u c a tio n

o f th e b lin d

T o t a l p e r m a n e n t a p p r o p r ia t io n s u n d e r T r e a s u r y
In terest

P u b lic -d e b t re tire m e n ts fr o m

o r d in a r y

1 3 , 1 8 9 8 ______________________________________

r e c e ip t s :

2, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

500, 000. 00

375, 000. 00

375, 000. 00

200, 000. 00

200, 000. 00

553, 067, 629. 02

542, 442, 707. 56

1, 2 1 9 , 3 4 2 , 8 1 0 . 8 2

1, 2 4 1 , 1 7 8 , 4 4 4 . 5 6

P a y o f t h e A r m y , d e p o s i t f u n d ________________________________________________________________________________________

1, 3 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

1, 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

S o l d i e r s ' H o m e , p e r m a n e n t f u n d ______________________________________________________________________________________

664, 000. 00

695, 455. 00

S o l d i e r s ’ H o m e , i n t e r e s t a c c o u n t ______________________________________________________________________________________

98, 000. 00

98, 000. 00

O b lig a tio n s r e tir e d fr o m

n e t e a r n i n g s o f F e d e r a l i n t e r m e d i a t e c r e d i t b a n k s _______________________

M i s c e l l a n e o u s , f o r f e i t u r e s , g i f t s , e t c __________________________________________ ______________________________________
T o t a l p u b lic -d e b t r e tir e m e n ts fr o m

o r d i n a r y r e c e i p t s __________________________________________________

T o t a l p e r m a n e n t a p p r o p r ia tio n s u n d e r T r e a s u r y
W AR

P r e s e r v a tio n , b ir t h p la c e

of

D e p a r t m e n t , i n c l u d i n g p u b l i c d e b t ____

DEPARTM ENT

L i n c o l n ____________________________________________ _____________________________________

2, 0 4 0 . 0 0

1, 7 0 0 . 0 0

P e r m a n e n t I n t e r n a t i o n a l C o m m i s s i o n o f C o n g r e s s e s o f N a v i g a t i o n ___________________________________

3 ,0 0 0 .0 0

3, 000. 0 0

C l a i m s o f o f f i c e r s a n d m e n o f t h e A r m y f o r d e s t r u c t i o n o f p r i v a t e p r o p e r t y _________________________

900. 00

O r d n a n c e m a t e r i a l , p r o c e e d s o f s a l e s . ' ______________________________________________________________________________
E l x t r a p a y , w a r w i t h S p a i n _____________________________________________________________________ _________________________

65, 000. 00

900. 00
65, 000. 0 0

8 7 5 .0 0

8 7 5 .0 0

O p e r a t i n g a n d c a r e o f c a n a l s a n d o t h e r w o r k s o f n a v i g a t i o n ___________________ 1 _______________________

5, 5 00 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

5, 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

R e m o v i n g s u n k e n v e s s e l s o r c r a f t o b s t r u c t i n g o r e n d a n g e r i n g n a v i g a t i o n __________________________

200, 000. 00

200, 000. 00

R e m o v i n g o b s t r u c t io n s in

100, 0 00 . 0 0

100, 000. 0 0

R i v e r s _____

25, 000. 00

25, 000. 00

O p e r a t i n g s n a g b o a t s o n t h e O h i o R i v e r -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

50, 000. 0 0

50, 000. 00

M a i n t e n a n c e a n d o p e r a t i o n o f d a m s , e t c . , i n n a v i g a b l e w a t e r s __________________ ________ _______________

160, 000. 0 0

153, 600. 00

M is s is s ip p i, A t c h a fa la y a , a n d

O l d R i v e r s _________________________________

O p e r a t in g s n a g a n d d r e d g e b o a t s o n u p p e r M is s is s ip p i, I llin o is , a n d

M in n e s o ta

*E siveofadd al am n requ tom th p
xclu
ition
ou t ired eet e rovision of th act approvedM 2 , 12 , am din th classificationact of 1 2 .
s e
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03




a156

t o e budget, 1930

R e ca p itu la tio n o j estim ates o j a p p rop ria tion s j o r 19S0, and, o j a p p rop ria tion s j o r 1929, by d epartm ents, etc .— C ontinued
O rg a n iza tion u n its

P E R M A N E N T A P P R O P R IA T IO N S

IN C L U D E D

W AR

IN

d e pa r tm e n t

THE

E s tim a te s for 1930

F O R E G O IN G

A p p ro p ria tio n s for 1929 1

S U M M A R Y — C o n tin u e d .

— c o n tin u e d

i

F u n d s c o n t r i b u t e d a n d a d v a n c e d f o r i m p r o v e m e n t o f r i v e r s a n d h a r b o r s ...................................... ...................... !
W a g o n r o a d s , b r i d g e s , a n d t r a i l s , A l a s k a f u n d ------------------- ------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------ i

$1, 050, 000. 00
125, 000. 0 0

F u n d s c o n t r i b u t e d f o r i m p r o v e m e n t o f r o a d s , e t c . , i n A l a s k a ______________________________________ ______
f
M a i n t e n a n c e o f c h a n n e l , S o u t h P a s s , M i s s i s s i p p i R i v e r ----------------------------- ------------ --------------- -------------------------------

200, 000. 00
100, 000. 00
9, 600. 00

100, 000. 0 0
100, 000. 00
9, 6 0 0 . 0 0

10, 0 00 . 0 0

10, 0 0 0 . 0 0

9, 6 6 3 , 4 1 5 . 0 0

10, 0 8 8 , 130. 0 0

G a u g i n g t h e w a t e r s o f t h e M i s s i s s i p p i a n d i t s t r i b u t a r i e s _________________________________________ ______ ______
E x a m i n a t i o n a n d s u r v e y s a t S o u t h P a s s , M i s s i s s i p p i R i v e r ______________________
- _ _________________
T o t a l p e r m a n e n t a p p r o p r i a t i o n s u n d e r W a r D e p a r t m e n t _________________
D IS T R IC T

_

________________

$1, 3 50 , 0 00. 0 0
125, 000. 00

O F C O L U M B IA

R e f u n d i n g t a x e s _________________________________________________________

____________ _____________ -

-------------------------

E x t e n s i o n o f s t r e e t s a n d a v e n u e s _________________ _________________________ _________________________

-

55, 000. 00

_________________

T e a c h e r s 7 r e t i r e m e n t f u n d ____________ _________________________ _________________________ - ............... —
M i s c e l l a n e o u s t r u s t - f u n d d e p o s i t s __________________

{

_

500, 000. 00
390, 000. 00
825, 000. 00

___________

__________________________________________________________________

E s c h e a t e d e s t a t e s r e l i e f f u n d _______________________________________________ ___________

50, 000. 0 0
175, 000. 0 0
340, 000. 00
950, 000. 00

______________

2, 500. 0 0

____________

550, 000. 00

5, 0 0 0 . 0 0
500, 000. 0 0

P o l i c e a n d f i r e m e n ' s r e l i e f f u n d ________________ ____________ ________ ______________________________ _______________________
P e r m i t f u n d ________________________________________________ ______________________________________________ - _______________________

675, 000. 00

650, 000. 00

W a s h in g to n

______________ ___

.

r e d e m p t i o n f u n d _______ ______________ ________ ________________________________

_____________

55, 000. 00

% 720, 000. 00

1, 3 7 8 , 6 7 9 , 7 3 5 . 8 2

T o t a l p e r m a n e n t a p p r o p r i a t i o n s _____________________________________________________________ ~ ____________________

50, 000. 0 0

3, 0 5 2 , 500. 0 0

T o t a l p e r m a n e n t a p p r o p r i a t i o n s u n d e r D i s t r i c t o f C o l u m b i a ____________

1 1, 3 7 9 , 5 2 3 , 9 0 7 . 5 6

1
1 E x clu s iv e o f a d d it io n a l a m o u n t re q u ire d t o m e e t th e p r o v is io n s o f th e a c t a p p r o v e d M a y 28, 1928, a m e n d in g th e cla ssifica tion a ct o f 1923-




E S T IM A T E S O F A P P R O P R IA T IO N S
R E Q U IR E D

FOR THE SERVICE OF THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1930
G e n e ra l o b je c t (title o f a p p r o p r ia tio n ), d a te o f a cts, references to S ta tu tes a t L arge, or t o R e v is e d S ta tu tes, a n d estim a te d
a m o u n t re q u ire d for ea ch d eta iled o b je c t

C H A P T E R

I .— L E G I S L A T I V E
U N IT E D

S T A T E S

T o t a l a m ou n t to b e a p ­
p r o p r ia te d u n d e r each
h ea d o f a p p r o p r ia tio n

E S T A B L I S H M E N T
S E N A T E

S a la r ie s a n d M ile a g e o f S e n a to r s —
S a l a r i e s o f S e n a t o r s ( U . S . C . , p . 4 , s e c . 3 1 ; p . 5 , s e c . 4%', a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 ,
v o l. 4 5 , p . 5 1 7 ) _______________________________________________________________________________________
M i l e a g e o f S e n a t o r s ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

$960, 000. 00
51, 0 00. 00
$1, O il, 000. 0 0

S a l a r i e s , O ffic e r s a n d E m p l o y e e s , S e n a t e —
O ffic e o f th e V ic e P r e s id e n t :
S e c r e t a r y t o t h e V i c e P r e s i d e n t ( a c t s M a y @ 4 , 1 9 2 4 , v o l. 4 3 , p p . 1 4 7 - 1 4 9 ;

M a y 1 4 j 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p p . 5 1 7 - 5 1 9 ) --------------------------------------------------------------------------( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________ t -----------------A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________
A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------C le rk

4, 2 00 . 0 0
2, 0 80 . 0 0
1, 9 4 0 . 0 0
1, 8 3 0 . 0 0

T o t a l . . ______________________________________________________________ $ 1 0 , 0 5 0 . 0 0
C h a p la in o f th e S e n a te

( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________________________

1, 5 2 0 . 0 0

T o t a l ___________________________________________________________________ $ 1 , 5 2 0 . 0 0
O ffic e o f th e S e c r e t a r y :
S e creta ry o f th e S e n a te ,

in c lu d in g

c o m p e n s a t io n

as

d is b u r s in g

o ffic e r

(sam e
a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________________________________________
A s s i s t a n t S e c r e t a r y , H e n r y M . R o s e ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________
C h i e f C l e r k , w h o s h a l l p e r f o r m t h e d u t i e s o f r e a d i n g c l e r k (s a m e a cts) _ _
-- -----------------------------------F i n a n c i a l c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ----------------------------------------------------- —
P r i n c i p a l c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -A s s i s t a n t f i n a n c i a l c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________ _______________________________
M i n u t e a n d J o u r n a l c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________
L e g i s l a t i v e c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________ - ______________________________
L i b r a r i a n ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________________
E n r o l l i n g c l e r k { s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________
P r i n t i n g c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________________________
E x e c u t i v e c l e r k { s a m e a c t s ) _________________________________________________________________
C h i e f b o o k k e e p e r ( s a m e a c t s ) --------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------F i l e c l e r k a n d a s s i s t a n t J o u r n a l c l e r k , a t $ 2 , 8 8 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) _________
F ir s t a s s is t a n t lib r a r ia n a n d k e e p e r o f s t a t io n e r y , a t $ 2 ,7 8 0 e a c h (sa m e
o f s a la r ie d o f

S en a tors,

and

of

c o n tin g e n t fu n d

o f th e

S en a te

6, 5 00 . 0 0
4, 5 00 . 0 0
5, 5 0 0 . 0 0
5, 0 00 . 0 0
3, 4 2 0 . 0 0
4, 200. 00
4, 500. 0 0
3, 150. 0 0
3 ,0 0 0 . 0 0
3, 150. 0 0
3, 1 50 . 0 0
2, 890. 0 0
3, 000. 00
5, 760. 0 0

a c t s ) --------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------A s s i s t a n t l i b r a r i a n ( s a m e a c t s ) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2, 150. 0 0

S k i l l e d l a b o r e r ( s a m e a c t s ) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -T h r e e c l e r k s , a t $ 2 , 8 8 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________

8, 640. 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________ _ _______________________________
( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________ ___________ _____________ , ---------------------------O n e c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________'_________________
T w o c l e r k s , a t $ 2 , 1 0 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________ ____________
O n e c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________________
T w o a s s i s t a n t k e e p e r s o f s t a t i o n e r y , a t $ 1 , 8 0 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________
A s s i s t a n t i n s t a t i o n e r y r o o m ( s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________
M e s s e n g e r i n l i b r a r y ( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________ * __________
S p e c i a l o f f i c e r ( s a m e a c t s ) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------A s s i s t a n t i n l i b r a r y ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________________

5, 5 6 0 . 0 0
1, 5 2 0 . 0 0

O n e cle rk

2, 5 9 0 . 0 0

O n e c le r k

1, 8 0 0 . 0 0
2, 460. 00

L aborers:

3

a t $ 1 ,1 4 0 e a c h ; 2 a t $ 1 ,3 5 0 e a c h ;

1 in s t a t io n e r y

4, 2 00. 0 0
1, 7 7 0 . 0 0
3, 6 00 . 0 0
1, 5 2 0 . 0 0
1, 3 1 0 . 0 0
2, 150. 0 0
1, 8 0 0 . 0 0

room , at

$ 1 , 4 4 0 ( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________________________________________
T o t a l ________________________________________________________________ $ 1 0 6 , 3 5 0 . 0 0
D ocu m en t R oom :
S u p e r in t e n d e n t

7, 560. 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

3, 600. 0 0

F i r s t a s s i s t a n t ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________
S e c o n d a s s is t a n t , in li e u o f e m p l o y e e h e r e t o f o r e p a i d u n d e r S e n a t e R e s o ­

3 ,0 0 0 .0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________ __________
S k i l l e d l a b o r e r ( s a m e a d s ) ------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------lu tio n

N u m bered

90

T w o c le r k s , a t $ 1 ,7 7 0 e a c h

T o t a l __________________________________________________________________ $ 1 4 , 0 6 0 .X H )
C le r k s
and

and

m essen gers

F o r e s tr y — cle rk ,

$ 2 ,1 5 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

p r o p r ia t io n s — c le r k ,
$ 3 ,0 0 0 ;
cle r k s ,
th e

th re e
at

c le r k ,

ea ch ;

506—28-----1

c le r k ,

fo llo w in g

a s s is ta n t

$ 1 ,8 3 0 ;

$ 6 ,0 0 0 ;

E xpenses

$ 1 ,9 4 0 ; a s s is ta n t




th e

a s s is ta n t

$ 2 ,1 0 0

C o n tin g e n t

to

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

cle rk s ,
m essen ger,
o f

th e

$ 1 ,8 3 0 ;

co m m itte e s :

c le r k ,
cle rk ,

at

a s s is ta n t

c le r k ,

$ 1 ,5 2 0 .

A p­

a s s is ta n t

cle rk ,

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

$ 2 ,7 0 0

$ 1 ,7 7 0 .

ea ch ;
T o

S e n a te -— c le r k ,
a d d itio n a l

A g r ic u ltu r e

$ 2 ,5 0 0 ;

a d d it io n a l

a s s is ta n t

A m o u n t a p p r o p r ia te d for
th e fisca l y ear e n d in g
J u n e 30, 1929

cle r k ,

tw o

A u d it

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;
$ 1 ,5 2 0 .

and

cle rk ,

a s s is ta n t
C on trol

a s s is ta n t

cle r k ,

B a n k in g

and

2, 400. 0 0
3, 540. 0 0
1, 5 2 0 . 0 0

$1, O il, 000. 0 0

2

THE BUDGET, 1930
Estimates oj appropriations required jor the service oj thejiscai year ending June 30, 1930— Continued

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h dof a p riation
ea p rop
S a l a r i e s , O ff ic e r s a n d E m p l o y e e s , S e n a t e — C o n t i n u e d .
C u r r e n c y — cle r k ,
a t $ 1 ,8 3 0 e a c h .

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 2 ,1 5 0 ; t w o a s s is ta n t c le r k s ,
C iv il S e r v ic e — c le r k , $ 3 ,3 0 0 ; a s s is ta n t c le r k , $ 1 ,9 4 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

cle rk ,

$ 1 ,8 3 0 ; a d d it io n a l

a s s is ta n t

cle rk ,

$ 2 ,7 5 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

cle rk ,

$ 1 ,5 2 0 .

cle rk ,

C la im s — c le r k ,

$ 2 ,3 6 0 ;

tw o

a s s is ta n t

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

cle rk s,

$ 1 ,8 3 0 e a c h .
C o m m e r c e — c le r k , $ 3 ,3 0 0 ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 2 ,5 9 0 ;
a n t c le r k , $ 2 ,1 5 0 ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 1 ,8 3 0 .
C o n fe re n ce M in o r ity

at

a s s is t­
o f th e

S e n a te — c le r k , $ 3 ,3 0 0 ; a s s is ta n t c le r k , $ 2 ,1 5 0 ; t w o a s s is ta n t c le r k s , a t
$ 1 ,8 3 0 e a c h .
D is t r ic t o f C o lu m b ia — c le r k , $ 3 ,3 0 0 ; a s s is ta n t c le r k , $ 2 ,5 0 0 ;
a s s is ta n t

c le r k ,

$ 2 ,4 8 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

cle r k ,

$ 1 ,8 3 0 ;

a d d it io n a l

c le r k ,

$ 1 ,5 2 0 .

E d u c a t io n a n d L a b o r — c le r k , $ 3 ,3 0 0 ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 2 ,1 5 0 ; a s s is ta n t
c le r k , $ 1 ,8 3 0 ; a d d it io n a l c le r k , $ 1 ,5 2 0 .
E n r o ll e d B ills — c le r k , $ 3 ,3 0 0 ;
a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 1 ,9 4 0 ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 1 ,8 3 0 ; a d d it io n a l c le r k , $ 1 ,5 2 0 .
E x p e n d it u r e s

in

th e

E x e c u tiv e

D e p a r t m e n t s — cle rk ,

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

c le r k , $ 2 ,1 5 0 ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 1 ,8 3 0 ; a d d i t io n a l c le r k , $ 1 ,5 2 0 .
c le r k , $ 3 ,6 0 0 ; s p e c ia l a s s is ta n t t o

th e

$ 2 ,5 9 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

c le r k s ,
th e

a s s is ta n t
at

cle rk ,

$ 1 ,8 3 0

m in o r it y ),

c le r k ,

each ;

at

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

c le r k ,

$ 1 ,8 3 0 ;

$ 2 ,4 6 0 ;
tw o

$ 3 ,0 0 0

a s s is ta n t

e x p e rts

each ;

(o n e

$ 2 ,5 9 0 ;

cle r k ,

fo r

$ 1 ,9 4 0 ;

th e

tw o

m a jo r it y

$ 1 ,5 2 0 .

a s s is ta n t

$ 1 ,5 2 0 ;

$ 3 ,1 5 0 ; a s s is ta n t c le r k ,

c le r k ,

m essen ger,

cle r k ,

a d d it io n a l

co m m itte e ,

a s s is ta n t
F in a n c e —

F o re ig n

cle rk ,

m essen ger,

a s s is ta n t

and

one

fo r

R e la tio n s —

$ 2 ,1 5 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

$ 1 ,5 2 0 .

I m m ig r a ­

t io n — cle r k ,
$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;
a s s is ta n t
cle r k ,
$ 2 ,1 5 0 ;
a s s is ta n t
c le r k ,
$ 1 ,8 3 0 ;
a d d i t io n a l c le r k , $ 1 ,5 2 0 .
I n d ia n A ffa ir s — c le r k , $ 3 ,3 0 0 ; a s s is ta n t c le r k ,
$ 2 ,5 7 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

$ 1 ,5 2 0 .

c le r k ,

$ 2 ,0 4 0 ;

In te r o c e a n ic

a s s is ta n t

cle rk ,

m e r c e — c le r k ,

a s s is ta n t

C a n a ls — c le r k ,

$ 1 ,8 3 0 ;

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

a d d it io n a l

a s s is ta n t

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

cle rk s ,

cle r k ,

$ 2 ,1 5 0 ;

J u d ic ia r y — c le r k ,
at

a s s is ta n t

$ 2 ,1 5 0

cle r k ,

cle rk ,

$ 1 ,5 2 0 .

C om ­

and

R e c la m a t io n — cle r k ,

c le r k ,

a s s is ta n t

$ 1 ,8 3 0 ;

cle r k ,

a s s is ta n t

cle r k ,

$ 1 ,8 3 0 .

a s s is ta n t

c le r k ,

$ 1 ,8 3 0 ;

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

$ 2 ,1 5 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

each ;

M a n u fa c tu r e s — cle rk ,

cle rk ,

In tersta te

tw o

$ 1 ,9 4 0 ;

c le r k ,

a d d it io n a l c le r k ,

$ 2 ,5 0 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

$ 1 ,8 3 0 ;
a s s is ta n t

I r r ig a tio n

$ 2 ,1 5 0 e a c h ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 1 ,8 3 0 .
$ 1 ,5 2 0 .

c le r k ,

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

cle rk s,

a d d it io n a l cle r k ,

$ 2 ,5 9 0 ;

tw o

a s s is ta n t

L ib r a r y — cle rk ,
a d d it io n a l

c le r k ,

at

$ 2 ,0 4 0 ;

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

c le r k ,

$ 1 ,5 2 0 .

a s s is ta n t

c le r k ,

$ 1 ,8 3 0 ; a d d it io n a l c le r k , $ 1 ,5 2 0 .
M ilit a r y A ffa ir s — c le r k , $ 3 ,3 0 0 ; a s s is t­
a n t c le r k , $ 2 ,5 9 0 ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 2 ,4 0 0 ; a d d it io n a l c le r k , $ 1 ,9 4 0 ; t w o
a s s is ta n t
a s s is ta n t
N aval

cle rk s , a t
$ 1 ,8 3 0 e a c h .
M in e s a n d
M in in g — cle rk ,
c le r k , $ 1 ,9 4 0 ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 1 ,8 3 0 ; a d d it io n a l c le r k ,

A ffa ir s — c le r k ,

$ 1 ,9 4 0 ;

tw o

a s s is ta n t

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

cle r k ,

cle rk s ,

$ 1 ,9 4 0 ;

a s s is ta n t
at

a s s is ta n t

c le r k ,

c le r k ,

$ 2 ,5 9 0 ;

ea ch .

$ 1 ,8 3 0

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;
$ 1 ,5 2 0 .

P a te n ts — cle rk ,

$ 1 ,8 3 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

a d d it io n a l

cle rk ,
$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

c le r k ,

$ 1 ,5 2 0 .

P e n s io n s — c le r k , $ 3 ,3 0 0 ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 2 ,1 5 0 ; fo u r a s s is ta n t c le r k s , a t
$ 1 ,8 3 0 e a c h .
P o s t O ffic e s a n d P o s t R o a d s — c le r k , $ 3 ,3 0 0 ; a s s is ta n t c le r k ,
$ 2 ,4 6 0 ; t h r e e a s s is t a n t c le r k s , a t $ 1 ,8 3 0

e a c h ; a d d it io n a l cle rk , a t

$ 1 ,5 2 0

[ i n lie u o f c le r k p a id f r o m c o n t in g e n t fu n d u n d e r S e n a te r e s o lu t io n o f J u ly
17,
1914J.
P r in t in g — c le r k , $ 3 ,3 0 0 ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 2 ,1 5 0 ; a s s is t a n t
c le r k , $ 1 ,8 3 0 ; a d d it io n a l c le r k , $ 1 ,5 2 0 .
P r iv ile g e s a n d E le c tio n s — c le r k ,
$ 3 ,3 0 0 ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 2 ,0 4 0 ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 1 ,8 3 0 ; a d d it io n a l c le r k ,
$ 1 ,5 2 0 .

P u b lic

$ 2 ,0 4 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

B u ild in g s
c le r k ,

and

G r o u n d s — c le r k ,

$ 1 ,^ 3 0 ;

a d d it io n a l

cle rk ,

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

$ 1 ,5 2 0 .

cle rk ,

P u b lic

L ands

a n d S u r v e y s — c le r k , $ 3 ,3 0 0 ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 2 ,3 6 0 ; a s s is ta n t c le r k , $ 2 ,1 5 0 ;
t w o a s s is t a n t c le r k s , a t $ 1 ,8 3 0 e a c h .
R e v is io n o f t h e L a w s — c le r k , $ 3 ,3 0 0 ;
a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 1 ,9 4 0 ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 1 ,8 3 0 ; a d d it io n a l c le r k , $ 1 ,5 2 0 .
R u le s — c le r k ,

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

to

in c lu d e

fu ll

c o m p e n s a t io n

fo r

th e

p r e p a r a t io n

b ie n n ia lly o f t h e S e n a te M a n u a l u n d e r th e d ir e c t io n o f t h e C o m m itt e e o n
R u le s ; tw o

a s s is t a n t c le r k s , a t $ 2 ,1 5 0 e a c h ; a s s is t a n t c le r k , $ 1 ,8 3 0 ; a d d i­

t io n a l c le r k ,
a s s is ta n t

$ 1 ,5 2 0 .

cle rk ,

T e r r ito r ie s

$ 2 ,1 5 0 ;

a s s is ta n t

and

In s u la r

cle r k ,

P o s s e s s io n s — c le r k ,

$ 1 ,8 3 0 ;

a d d it io n a l

$ 3 ,3 0 0 ;

cle rk ,

$ 1 ,5 2 0

( a c t s M a y 2 4 , 1 9 2 4 , v o l. 4 3 , p p . 1 4 7 - 1 4 9 ; M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , VP> 5 1 7 5 1 9 ; M a y 2 9 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l 4 5 , p p . 8 3 , 8 4 ) __________________________________________________
C le r ic a l a s s is ta n ce

to

S e n a to rs:

F o r c le r ic a l

a s s is ta n c e t o S e n a to rs w h o

n o t c h a ir m e n o f t h e c o m m it t e e s s p e c ific a lly p r o v id e d fo r h e r e in :
cle rk s ,

at

$ 3 ,3 0 0

ea ch ,

sev en ty

a s s is ta n t

cle rk s , a t

a s s is t a n t c le r k s , a t $ 1 ,8 3 0 e a c h , $ 4 9 4 ,9 0 0 :

P r o v id e d ,

a s s is t a n t c le r k s s h a ll b e e x o ff ic io
m it t e e

of

w h ic h

t h e ir

cle rk s a n d

S ev en ty

ea ch , se v e n ty

T h a t s u c h cle rk s a n d

a s s is ta n t c le r k s o f a n y

S e n a t o r is c h a i r m a n ; s e v e n t y

$ 1 ,5 2 0 e a c h , o n e f o r e a c h

$ 1 ,9 4 0

$383, 640. 00

a re

com ­

a d d itio n a l cle rk s , a t

S e n a to r h a v in g n o m o r e th a n o n e cle rk a n d t w o

a s s i s t a n t c l e r k s f o r h i m s e l f o r f o r t h e c o m m i t t e e o f w h i c h h e is c h a i r m a n ,
a n d m e s s e n g e r , $ 1 , 5 2 0 ; $ 1 0 7 , 9 2 0 ; i n a l l ( s a m e a c t s ) _________________________________
O ffic e o f S e rg e a n t a t A r m s a n d

D oork eep er

M e s s e n g e r s , fiv e (a c t in g a s a s s is ta n t d o o r k e e p e r s ), in c lu d in g o n e f o r
m i n o r i t y , a t $ 2 , 4 0 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) _________________________________________________
T h ir t y -s e v e n

m essen gers,

in c lu d in g

one

fo r

m in o r it y ,

at

$ 1 ,7 7 0




6, 500. 0 0
9, 000. 00
7, 200. 0 0
12, 000. 00

ea ch

( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________________________________________________________
( s a m e a c t s ) _________________________________________________________________________
M e s s e n g e r a t c a r d d o o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________ __________________________________
M essen ger

602, 820. 00

D oork eep er:

( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________
T w o a s s i s t a n t S e r g e a n t s a t A r m s , a t $ 4 , 5 0 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________
T w o f l o o r a s s i s t a n t s , a t $ 3 , 6 0 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________
S ergea n t a t A rm s a n d

65, 490. 0 0
1, 3 1 0 . 0 0

% 580. 00

LEGISLATIVE ESTABLISHMENT

3

Estimates of appropriations required jor the service oj thejiscal year ending June 30, 1930—Continued
ou
rop
for
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G eral object (title of appropriation d of a referen to S tu a L rge, or to R
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ta tes, n
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cb etailedobject
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Ju e3 , 12
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S a l a r i e s , O ff ic e r s a n d E m p l o y e e s , S e n a t e — C o n t i n u e d .
O ffic e o f S e r g e a n t a t A r m s a n d D o o r k e e p e r — C o n t in u e d .
C le r k o n J o u r n a l w o r k f o r C o n g r e s s io n a l R e c o r d , t o b e s e le c t e d b y th e
o f f i c i a l r e p o r t e r s ( a c t s M a y 2 4 , 1 9 2 4 , v o l . 4 § , VV - 1 4 7 - 1 4 9 ', M a y 1 4 ,
1 9 2 8 , v o l . 4 5 , V P ■ 5 1 7 - 5 2 0 ) ______________________________________________________________
D e p u t y S e r g e a n t a t A r m s a n d s t o r e k e e p e r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________
C l e r k _____________ ___________________________________________________________________________________

$2, 800. 00
4, 000. 00
2, 140. 0 0

S t e n o g r a p h e r in c h a r g e o f fu r n it u r e a c c o u n t s a n d r e c o r d s (sa m e a c fe )_ _
U p h o l s t e r e r a n d l o c k s m i t h ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________- ____________________________

1, 5 2 0 . 0 0
2, 100. 00

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

1, 8 0 0 . 0 0

T h r e e c a r p e n t e r s , a t $ 1 , 8 0 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________________________________________

5, 4 0 0 . 0 0

C a b in e tm a k e r

( s a m e a c t s ) _________________________________

F o u r s k ille d la b o r e r s , a t $ 1 ,4 4 0 e a c h

O n e s k i l l e d l a b o r e r _____________________________________________________________________________
L a b o r e r i n c h a r g e o f p r i v a t e p a s s a g e ( s a m e a c t s ) _________________________________
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T h ree

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( s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________________________________________

ea ch

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to

w o m e n ’ s t o ile t

room s,

S en a te

O ffic e

3, 720. 0 0

B u ild in g , a t

( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________
( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________
S e v e n t e l e p h o n e o p e r a t o r s , a t $ 1 , 3 2 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________
N i g h t t e l e p h o n e o p e r a t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________ __________________________
T e l e p h o n e p a g e ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________ _____________________________________
L a b o r e r in c h a r g e o f S e n a t e t o i l e t r o o m s in o l d l i b r a r y s p a c e (s a m e a c ts ) _
S u p e r i n t e n d e n t o f p r e s s g a l l e r y ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________
A s s i s t a n t s u p e r i n t e n d e n t o f p r e s s g a l l e r y ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________
M e s s e n g e r f o r s e r v i c e t o p r e s s c o r r e s p o n d e n t s ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________
T h r e e l a b o r e r s , a t $ 1 , 1 0 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) _________ __________________________________
T h i r t y - f o u r l a b o r e r s , a t $ 1 , 0 1 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________
$ 1 ,2 4 0 e a c h

C h ie f t e le p h o n e o p e r a t o r

T w e n ty -o n e
d a y ea ch

pages

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1, 8 0 0 . 0 0
5, 7 60 . 0 0
1, 3 1 0 . 0 0
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of

$ 3 .3 0

3, 720. 0 0
2, 160. 0 0
9, 240. 00
1, 1 4 0 . 0 0
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0
950. 00
3, 300. 0 0
2, 2 40 . 0 0
1, 5 0 0 . 0 0
3, 3 00 . 0 0
34, 340. 00

per

( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________

14, 691. 60

T o t a l ___________________________________________________________________ $ 2 1 5 , 4 6 1 . 6 0
F o r p o lic e fo r c e f o r S e n a te O ffic e B u ild in g , u n d e r th e S e rg e a n t a t A r m s :
S i x t e e n p r i v a t e s , a t $ 1 , 3 6 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) _________________________________________

21, 760. 00

S p e c i a l o f f i c e r ( s a m e a c t s ) _____________ ___________________________ __________________________

1, 5 20 . 0 0

T o t a l _____________________________________________________________________ $ 2 3 , 2 8 0 . 0 0
P o s t o ffic e :
P ostm a ster

( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________________________________________

2, 740. 0 0

C h i e f c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________________
W a g o n m a s t e r ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________

2, 150. 0 0
1, 8 0 0 . 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________
( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________

10, 640. 0 0

S e v e n m a il c a r r ie r s , a t $ 1 ,5 2 0 e a c h
T w o r id in g p a g e s , a t $ 1 ,2 2 0 e a c h

2, 440. 0 0

T o t a l ____________ ________ ________________________________________________$ 1 9 , 7 7 0 * 0 0
F o ld in g r o o m :

( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________________

2, 160. 0 0

A s s i s t a n t ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________________

1 ,9 4 0 .0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________________________
C h i e f f o l d e r ( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________________________________________
S e v e n f o l d e r s , a t $ 1 , 3 1 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________
S e v e n f o l d e r s , a t $ 1 , 1 4 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________

1, 5 20 . 0 0

F orem an
C le r k

1, 7 7 0 . 0 0
9 ,1 7 0 . 0 0
7, 980. 00

T o t a l _____________________________________________________________________ $ 2 4 , 5 4 0 . 0 0
$1, 401, 491. 60

$1, 395,185. 30

55, 340. 00

5 5 , 340. 00

25, 000. 00

25, 000. 00

350.00

300.00

A r m s ( s a m e a c t ) _________________________________________________________________________ ______________
F o r d r iv in g , m a in t e n a n c e , a n d o p e r a t io n o f a u t o m o b i le f o r t h e V ic e P r e s i­

13, 000. 00

13,000. 00

d e n t ( a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p . 5 2 0 ) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4, 000. 00
1, 500. 00

4,000.00
1, 500. 00

10, 000. 00
2, 000. 00
5, 000. 00
3, 000. 00
2, 000. 00
970. 00
2, 000.00
125, O Q 0Q
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10,000. 00
2,000.00
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3,000. 00
% 000. 00
970.00
2, ooa 00
125,000. 00

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F o r r e p o r tin g t h e

d eb a tes a n d

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of th e

S e n a te , p a y a b le in

equal

( a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p . 5 2 0 ) ____________________________

m o n t h ly in s ta llm e n ts

C o n tin g e n t E x p e n s e s , S e n a te —
F o r s t a t io n e r y f o r S e n a t o r s a n d t h e P r e s id e n t o f t h e S e n a t e , in c lu d in g $ 7 ,5 0 0
f o r s t a t i o n e r y f o r c o m m i t t e e s a n d o f f i c e r s o f t h e S e n a t e (a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 ,

v o l. 4 5 , p . 5 1 9 ) _________________________________________________________________________________________
F o r th e

o ffic e o f t h e S e c r e t a r y $ 2 5 0 ; o ffic e o f S e r g e a n t a t

A r m s , $ 1 0 0 ; i n a l l ( s a m e a c t ) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------F o r m a in t a in in g , e x c h a n g in g , a n d e q u ip p in g m o t o r v e h ic le s f o r c a r r y in g t h e
m a ils a n d

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F o r m a t e r i a l s f o r f o l d i n g ( s a m e a c t ) -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------F o r fo ld in g s p e e c h e s a n d p a m p h le t s , a t a r a te n o t e x c e e d in g $1 p e r t h o u ­
san d

( s a m e a c t ) ----------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------ , -------------------

F o r f u e l , o i l , c o t t o n w a s t e , a n d a d v e r t i s i n g , e x c l u s i v e o f l a b o r ( s a m e a c t ) _________
F o r p u r c h a s e o f fu r n it u r e

( s a m e a c t ) ______________________________________________________________

F o r m a t e r i a l s f o r f u r n i t u r e a n d r e p a i r s o f s a m e , e x c l u s i v e o f l a b o r ( s a m e a ct) _
F o r s e r v i c e s i n c l e a n i n g , r e p a i r i n g , a n d v a r n i s h i n g f u r n i t u r e ( s a m e a c t ) _ ^ ____ _
F o r p a c k i n g b o x e s ( s a m e a c t ) _________________________________________________________________________

( s a m e a c t ) __________________
( s a m e a c t ) ------------------------------------------------------

F o r re n t o f w a r e h o u s e fo r s to r a g e o f p u b lic d o c u m e n t s
F o r m is c e lla n e o u s it e m s , e x c lu s iv e o f la b o r

F o r e x p e n s e s o f in q u ir ie s a n d in v e s t ig a t io n s o r d e r e d
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as m ay

o f t h e S e n a t e , b u t n o t e x c e e d i n g 2 5 c e n t s p e r 1 0 0 w o r d s ( s a m e a c t ) _____________
F o r S e n a te k itch e n s a n d re s ta u r a n ts

( s a m e a c t ) --------------------------------------------------- ------------------

Total, Senate_________________________________________ - ___




$ 1

b e fix e d b y t h e C o m m it t e e t o A u d it a n d C o n t r o l t h e C o n t in g e n t E x p e n s e s

II

P osta g e sta m p s:

250,000. 00
40,000. 00

4

THE BUDGET, 1930
Estimates of appropriations required for the service of the fiscal year ending June 80, 1980—Continued

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S a la r ie s a n d M il e a g e , M e m b e r s a n d D e le g a te s , H o u s e o f R ep r e s e n ta tiv e s —
F o r c o m p e n s a t io n
fr o m

of

T e r r ito r ie s ,

R e s id e n t

M em b ers o f th e

th e

R e s id e n t

C o m m is s io n e r s fr o m

H ouse

o f R e p r e s e n ta tiv e s ,

C o m m is s io n e r fr o m
th e

P h ilip p in e

P orto

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D e le g a te s

R ic o , a n d

th e

( U * S . C . , p . 4> s e c .

3 1 ; p . 5 , s e c s . 4 3 -4 6 't V ■ 1 5 6 9 , sec. 1 3 4 ; p . 1 6 5 7 , s e c . 6 5 1 ; p. 1 6 2 5 , sec. 8 9 3 ;
p . 1 6 3 0 , s e c . 1 0 9 3 ; a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 8 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p . 5 2 0 ) _______________________________ $ 4 , 4 0 7 , 5 0 0 . 0 0
F or

m ile a g e

of

R e p r e s e n t a t iv e s

and

D e le g a t e s

and

expenses

of

R e s id e n t

C o m m i s s i o n e r s ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________ _______________________________________________

175, 000. 0 0
$4, 582, 500. 00

S a l a r i e s , O ff ic e r s a n d E m p l o y e e s , H o u s e o f R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s —
O ffic e o f t h e S p e a k e r :
S e c r e t a r y t o S p e a k e r ( U . S . C ., p . 7 , s e c . 8 9 ; a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 ,
p p . 5 2 0 - 5 2 3 ) _______________________________________________ ___________________________________

4 ,2 0 0 .0 0

P a r lia m e n ta r ia n

( s a m e a c t s ) _________________ ____________________ _________________________
F o r p r e p a r i n g D i g e s t o f R u l e s ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________

4, 000. 0 0

A s s i s t a n t p a r l i a m e n t a r i a n . ... ............... ............ ^ ____________________________________________ _

2, 500. 0 0

C l e r k t o t h e S p e a k e r ( s a m e a c t s ) _________________________________________________________
M e s s e n g e r t o t h e S p e a k e r ' s t a b l e ( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________
M e s s e n g e r t o t h e S p e a k e r ( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________

1, 9 4 0 . 0 0
1, 5 2 0 . 0 0
1, 4 4 0 . 0 0

1, 0 0 0 . 0 0

( s e c o n d d e f i c i e n c y a c t , f i s c a l y e a r 1 9 2 8 ) ___________________ 1 , 2 0 0 . 0 0

A d d it io n a l c le rk

T o t a l ____________________________________________________________________ $ 1 7 , 8 0 0 1 0 0
C h a p la in :
F o r C h a p la in

( s a m e a c t s ) __________ ^

. ___________________________________________________

1, 5 2 0 . 0 0

T o t a l ______________________________________________________________________ $ 1 , 5 2 0 . 0 0
O ffic e o f t h e C le r k :
C le r k

of

th e

H ouse

of

R e p r e s e n t a t iv e s ,

in c lu d in g

c o m p e n s a t io n

as

( s a m e a c t s ) _________________________
J o u r n a l c le r k , t w o r e a d i n g c le r k s , a n d t a ll y c le r k , a t $ 5 ,0 0 0 e a c h (seco n d
d e f i c i e n c y a c t , 1 9 2 8 ) _________________________________________________________________________
D i s b u r s i n g c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) _________________________________________________________________
F i l e c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________ ________________ ____________________
d is b u r s in g o ffic e r o f t h e c o n t in g e n t fu n d

E n r o llin g c le r k , $ 3 ,2 0 0 a n d

$ 1 ,0 0 0 a d d i t io n a l s o lo n g a s t h e p o s it io n

w ho

c u s to d ia n

s h a ll b e

a

and

s k ille d

s u p e r in te n d e n t
c a b in e t m a k e r

or

of

fu r n it u r e

20, 000. 00
3, 570. 0 0
3, 4 2 0 . 0 0

is

h e l d b y t h e p r e s e n t i n c u m b e n t ( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________
P rop erty

6, 5 00 . 0 0

4, 200. 0 0

a n d r e p a ir s h o p ,

u p h o ls te r e r a n d

e x p e r ie n c e d

( s a m e a c t s ) _________________
( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________

3, 600. 00

( s a m e a c t s ) ____ _________________________ ______ _____________________________
A s s i s t a n t e n r o l l i n g c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________
A s s i s t a n t t o d i s b u r s i n g c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________
S t a t i o n e r y c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ______ ______ ___________________________________________________
L i b r a r i a n ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________ _________________________________________________________
A s s i s t a n t l i b r a r i a n ( s a m e a c t s ) ______________ ______________________________________________
A s s i s t a n t f i l e c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) „ - _ _______________________________________________________
A s s is t a n t li b r a r ia n , a n d a s s i s t a n t J o u r n a l c l e r k , a t $ 2 ,1 5 0 e a c h (s a m e
a c t s ) _____________________________________________________________ _________________________________
> £ l $ r k s , o n e $ 2 , 1 5 0 , t h r e e a t $ 2 , 0 2 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________
B o o k k e e p e r , a n d a s s i s t a n t in d i s b u r s i n g o f f i c e , a t $ 1 ,9 4 0 e a c h (s a m e
a c t s ) _____________________________________________________________ _________________________________
F o u r a s s i s t a n t ^ t o c h i e f b i l l c l e r k a t $ 1 , 8 3 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________
S t e n o g r a p h e r t o t h e C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________ _____ _____________________
L o c k s m i t h a n d t y p e w r i t e r r e p a i r e r ( s a m e a c t s ) _ ^ _________________________________
M e s s e n g e r a n d c l o c k r e p a i r e r ( s o m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________
A s s i s t a n t i n s t a t i o n e r y r o o m ( s a m e a c t s ) _____________ ^ _ _____________________________
T h r e e m e s s e n g e r s , a t $ 1 ,4 1 0 e a c h (s a m e a c ts )
___________________________________
S t e n o g r a p h e r t o J o u r n a l c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________ __________________ _____________

3, 150. 0 0

in t h e c o n s t r u c t i o n

a n d p u r c h a s e o f fu r n itu r e

T w o a s s is t a n t c u s t o d ia n s , a t $ 3 ,0 0 0 e a c h
C h ie f b ill c le r k

S ix te e n

t e le p h o n e

op era tors,

fo u r

$ 1 ,5 0 0 , a n d f o u r a t $ 1 ,6 0 0 e a c h
S u b s t it u t e t e le p h o n e

o p era tor

at

$ 1 ,3 1 0 ,

fo u r

at

$ 1 ,4 0 0 ,

fo u r

v e h ic le

2, 780. 0 0
2, 570. 00
2, 460. 0 0
2, 240. 0 0
2, 250. 0 0
4, 300. 00
8, 210. 00
3, 880. 0 0
7, 320. 0 0
1, 7 3 0 . 0 0
1, 6 2 0 . 0 0
1, 5 2 0 . 0 0
1, 5 2 0 . 0 0
4, 2 30 . 0 0
1, 3 1 0 . 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________ _
r e q u ir e d , a t $ 3 .3 0 p e r d a y (sa m e

23, 240. 00

w hen

( s a m e a c t s ) _________________________________________________________
( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________

( N in e a t $ 1 ,0 1 0 e a c h
F o r th e p u rch a se , e x ch a n g e ,

2, 880. 00

at

a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________________________________________
la b o r e r s :
T h r e e a t $ 1 ,2 0 0 e a c h

6, 0 00 . 0 0

o p e r a tio n ,

m a in te n a n c e

and

r e p a ir o f

1 ,3 1 0 .0 0
3, 600. 0 0
9, 090. 00

m o to r

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________________________

1, 2 0 0 . 0 0

T o t a l ___________________________________________________________________ $ 1 3 9 , 7 0 0 . 0 0
C o m m itte e e m p lo y e e s :
C le r k s , m e s s e n g e r s , a n d ja n it o r s t o t h e fo llo w in g c o m m it t e e s :
A ccou n ts:
C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________ ________

( s a m e a c t s ) ------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________
A s s is ta n t c le r k

A g r ic u ltu r e :
C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________________________________ _




3, 300. 0 0
2 ,1 5 0 . 0 0
1, 3 1 0 . 0 0
2, 880. 00

( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________________

2, 150. 0 0

J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------

1, 3 1 0 . 0 0

A s s is ta n t c le r k

$4, 582, 500. 0 0

LEGISLATIVE ESTABLISHMENT
E stim ates o j a p p r o p r ia tio n s required j o r the service o j th e jis c a i y e a r en d in g J u n e SO, 1930 - C ontin ued
—

S a l a r i e s , O ffic e r s a n d E m p l o y e e s , H o u s e o f R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s — C o n t i n u e d .
C o m m itte e e m p lo y e e s — C o n tin u e d .
C le r k s , m e s s e n g e r s , a n d ja n it o r s t o
A p p r o p r ia tio n s :
C le r k , $ 5 ,0 0 0 , a n d

th e fo llo w in g

c o m m itte e s — C o n .

$ 1 , 0 0 0 a d d i t i o n a l s o l o n g a s t h e p o s i t i o n ’ is

p r e s e n t i n c u m b e n t ( U . S . C ., p. 7 , s e c . 8 9 ; act
1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p p . 5 2 1 - 5 2 3 ) ___________________________________
A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________
F i v e a s s i s t a n t c l e r k s , a t $ 3 , 3 0 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c / s ) _ _ _ ______________
A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________
h e ld

by

M ay

14,

B a n k in g a n d

th e

$6, 000. 00
4, 5 00 . 0 0
16, 500. 0 0
2, 700. 0 0
1, 4 4 0 . 0 0

C u rren cy:

C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________
A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________

2, 3 6 0 . 0 0
1, 5 2 0 . 0 0

J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) _ _ _______ ______________________________ ______________________

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

C en su s:

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

2, 360. 00

J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________
C iv il S e r v ic e :

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

2, 360. 0 0

J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

C le rk

C le rk
C la im s :

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

3, 300. 00

A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

1, 5 2 0 . 0 0
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

C o in a g e , W e ig h ts , a n d M e a s u r e s :
C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

2, 360. 00

C le r k

J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________
D is p o s it io n o f U s e le s s E x e c u t i v e P a p e r s :

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

2, 360. 00

C le r k

D is tr ic t o f C o lu m b ia :

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

2, 8 8 0 . 0 0

A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________ _____________________________________
E d u c a t io n :

2, 150. 0 0
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

2 , 360. 00

C le rk

C le rk
E le ctio n

of

P r e s id e n t,

V ic e

P r e s id e n t,

and

R e p r e s e n ta tiv e s

in

C on gress:
C le rk
E le c tio n s

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

2, 360. 00

N o. 1:

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

2, 360. 00

J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

E le c tio n s N o . 2 :
C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

2, 360. 0 0

J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

C le rk

E le c tio n s
C le rk

N o. 3:

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

2, 3 60 . 0 0

J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________
E n r o lle d B ills :

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________ - _ _____________ __________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

2, 360. 00

C le r k

E x p e n d it u r e s in t h e E x e c u t i v e
C le rk

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________
( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

J a n ito r
F lo o d

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

D ep a rtm en ts:
2, 880. 00
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

C o n tr o l:

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

2, 360. 0 0

J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

C le rk

F o r e ig n A ffa ir s :
C le r k

( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________
( s a m e a c t s ) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

A s s is ta n t c le r k

J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) _________ __________ ____________________________________________
I m m ig r a t io n a n d N a t u r a liz a t io n :
C le r k

( s a m e a c t s ) --------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------

J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

2, 880. 0 0

2 , 150. 0 0
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0
2, 880. 00
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

I n d ia n A ffa ir s :
C le rk

2, 8 8 0 . 0 0

A s s is ta n t c le r k

( s a m e a c t s ) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------( s a m e a c t s ) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

2, 150. 0 0

I n d u s t r ia l A r ts a n d

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

E x p o s itio n s :

C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ______________________ ________ ____________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2, 360. 0 0
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

In s u la r A ffa ir s :
C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________

2, 360. 00




J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ —

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

5

THE BUDGET, 1930

6

Estimates oj appropriations required for the service oj the fiscal year ending June 30, 1930—Continued
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G era object (title of appropriation d of a re ces to S tu a L rge, or to R
en l
), ate cts, feren
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ta tes, n
a
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ted
ch th fisca yea d g
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ch eta
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ea
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J n 3 , 12
u e 0 99
S a l a r i e s , O ff ic e r s a n d E m p l o y e e s , H o u s e o f R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s — C o n t i n u e d .
C o m m itte e e m p lo y e e s — C o n tin u e d .
C le rk s , m e s s e n g e r s , a n d ja n it o r s t o th e fo llo w in g c o m m it t e e s — C o n .
In te r s ta te a n d F o r e ig n C o m m e r c e :
C l e r k ( U . S . C . t p . 7 t s e c . 8 9 ; a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p p .
5 2 1 - 5 2 S ) ___________________________________________________________________________
A d d i t i o n a l c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________

$3, 300. 00
2, 360. 0 0

A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1, 8 3 0 . 0 0
1, 3 1 0 . 0 0

Ir r ig a tio n a n d R e c la m a t io n :
C l e r k {n a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

2, 360. 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

J a n ito r

I n v a lid P e n s io n s :
C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________- ________
E x p e r t e x a m i n e r ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________
A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________
S ten og ra p h er

J u d ic ia r y :
C le r k

2, 8 80 . 0 0
2, 560. 0 0
2, 4 0 0 . 0 0
2, 3 60 . 0 0
1, 2 4 0 . 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

3, 300. 0 0

A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

1, 9 4 0 . 0 0
1, 2 4 0 . 0 0

L ab or:
C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________
L ib r a r y :
C le r k

2, 360. 0 0
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

2, 3 6 0 . 0 0

J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1, 0 1 0 , 0 0

M e r c h a n t M a r in e a n d F is h e r ie s :
C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________________________________ . - _

2, 3 6 0 . 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

J a n ito r
M ilita r y

A ffa ir s :

( s a m e a c t s ) --------------- . ~ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------*

2, 8 8 0 . 0 0

A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

1, 8 3 0 . 0 0
1, 3 1 0 . 0 0

C le rk

M in e s a n d

M in in g :

C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

2, 3 60 . 0 0
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

N a v a l A ffa ir s :
C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________

2, 8 8 0 . 0 0

A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------J a n i t o r ( s a m e . a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

1, 8 3 0 . 0 0
1, 3 1 0 . 0 0

P a ten ts:
C le rk

( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________
( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

2, 3 6 0 . 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________

2, 880. 0 0

A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

1, 9 4 0 . 0 0
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

J a n ito r
P e n s io n s :
C le r k

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

P o s t O ffic e a n d P o s t R o a d s :

( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________

2, 8 8 0 . 0 0

A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

1, 7 3 0 . 0 0
1, 3 1 0 . 0 0

C le r k

P r in tin g :
C le rk

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________
( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

J a n ito r

P u b lic B u ild in g s a n d

2, 3 6 0 . 0 0
1, 3 1 0 . 0 0

G rou n d s:

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

2, 8 80 . 0 0

A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________
P u b lic L a n d s :

1, 5 2 0 . 0 0
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

C le rk

( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________
( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

2, 360. 00

A s s is ta n t c le r k

1, 5 2 0 . 0 0

C le r k

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

R e v is io n o f th e L a w s :
C le r k

( s a m e a c t s ) ______ ____________________________________________________________
( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________

J a n ito r
R iv e r s a n d

3, 000. 00
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

H arbors:

( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________
( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________ ________________________________________________
C le rk

2, 880. 0 0

A s s is ta n t c le r k

2, 150. 0 0

I, 310. 0 0

R oads:




( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________
C le r k

2, 360. 00
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

LEGISLATIVE ESTABLISHMENT

7

Estimates oj appropriations required jo r the service oj thejiscdl year ending June 30, 1930—Continued
otal am n to be a ­
ou
ou t p riatedfor
G eral object (title of app riation d of a referen to S tu a L rg or to R
en
rop
), ate cts,
ces ta tes t a e,
evised S tu an estimted Tpropriated tn er eap imen ap ropr en in
ta tes, d
a
u d ch th fisca y
l ea d g
am n requ fo ea d iledobject
ou t ired r ch eta
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ea
Ju e 3 ,1 2
n 0 99
S a l a r i e s , O ffic e r s a n d E m p l o y e e s , H o u s e s o f R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s — C o n t i n u e d .
C o m m itte e e m p lo y e e s — C o n tin u e d .
C le rk s , m e s s e n g e r s , a n d ja n i t o r s t o
R u le s :

th e fo llo w in g c o m m itte e s — C o n .

( U . S . C . f p . 7 , s e c . 8 9 ; a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p p . 5 2 2 ,
5 2 8 ) _____________________________________________________________________________________
{ s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________
J a n i t o r { s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________
C le rk

A s s is ta n t c le r k

$ 2 ,8 8 0 .0 0
1, 8 3 0 . 0 0
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

T e r r ito r ie s :

{ s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________________________________

C le rk

J a n i t o r { s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________
W a r C la im s :

{ s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________________________________
{ s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________________________

2, 360. 0 0
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

C le rk

2, 8 8 0 . 0 0

A s s is ta n t cle r k

1, 5 2 0 . 0 0
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

W ays and M ean s:
C l e r k { s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________________________________

4, 200. 00

A s s i s t a n t c l e r k a n d s t e n o g r a p h e r { s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________

2, 360. 00

A s s i s t a n t c l e r k { s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________
C l e r k f o r t h e m i n o r i t y ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________

2, 2 50 . 0 0
2, 880. 0 0

{ s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________

2, 320. 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________________________________
{ s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________

2, 880. 0 0

J a n it o r s — o n e $ 1 ,3 1 0 , o n e $ 1 ,0 1 0
W o r ld W a r V e te r a n s ' L e g is la tio n :
C le r k

A s s is ta n t c le r k

2, 150. 0 0

T o t a l ____________________________________________________________ $ 2 5 3 , 6 0 0 . 0 0
O ffic e o f S e r g e a n t a t A r m s :
S e r g e a n t a t A r m s { s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________________________

6, 500. 0 0

{ s a m e a c t s ) _________________________________________________

2, 880. 00

D e p u ty S erg ea n t a t A rm s
C a s h i e r (s a m e a c ts )

( s e c o n d d e f i c i e n c y a c t 1 9 2 8 ) ________________________________ _

4, 500. 00

T w o b o o k k e e p e r s , a t $ 3 , 0 0 0 e a c h { s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________
D e p u t y S e r g e a n t a t A r m s i n c h a r g e o f p a i r s { s a m e a c t s ) ______________________

6, 000. 00
2, 500. 00

{ s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________

2, 500. 0 0

M e s s e n g e r { s a m e a c t s ) ______________ :__________________________________________________________

2, 500. 00

P a ir cle r k a n d m e s s e n g e r

S t e n o g r a p h e r a n d t y p e w r i t e r { s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________

600. 00

S k i l l e d l a b o r e r { s a m e a c t s ) ________ ____________________ - ____________________________________

1, 1 4 0 . 0 0

{ s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________________

600. 00

H ir e o f a u t o m o b ile

T o t a l _____________________________________________________________________$ 2 9 , 7 2 0 . 0 0
F o r p o lic e fo r c e , H o u s e O ffic e B u ild in g , u n d e r t h e S e r g e a n t a t A r m s :
L i e u t e n a n t { s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________________
N i n e t e e n p r i v a t e s , a t $ 1 , 3 6 0 e a c h { s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________

1, 5 2 0 . 0 0
25, 840. 00

T o t a l , __________ ________________________________________________________ $ 2 7 , 3 6 0 . 0 0
O ffic e o f D o o r k e e p e r :
D o o r k e e p e r { s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________________________________________

5, 000. 00

{ s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________________________________
S u p e r i n t e n d e n t o f H o u s e p r e s s g a l l e r y { s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________
A s s i s t a n t t o t h e s u p e r i n t e n d e n t o f H o u s e p r e s s g a l l e r y { s a m e a c t s ) ______
J a n i t o r (s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________________________________________
M e s s e n g e r s — s e v e n t e e n , a t $ 1 , 5 0 0 e a c h { s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________
F o u r t e e n o n s o l d i e r s ' r o l l , a t $ 1 , 5 2 0 e a c h { s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________
L a b o r e r s — s e v e n t e e n , a t $ 1 , 0 1 0 e a c h { s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________
T w o k n o w n a s c l o a k r o o m m e n , a t $ 1 , 1 4 0 e a c h { s a m e a c t s ) ___________________

2, 500. 0 0

S p e c ia l e m p lo y e e

E ie h t k n b w n

as c lo a k r o o m

{ s a m e a c t s ) ----------------------------------------------------S u p e r i n t e n d e n t o f f o l d i n g r o o m ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________
F o r e m a n o f f o l d i n g r o o m { s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________ ______________
C h i e f c l e r k t o s u p e r i n t e n d e n t o f f o l d i n g r o o m { s a m e a c t s ) ____________________
T h r e e c l e r k s , a t $ 1 , 9 4 0 e a c h { s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________
J a n i t o r { s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________________________________________
L a b o r e r { s a m e a c t s ) --------------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------------------T h i r t y - o n e f o l d e r s , a t $ 1 , 2 0 0 e a c h { s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________
S h i p p i n g c l e r k { s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________
T w o d r i v e r s , a t $ 1 , 1 4 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________________
T w o c h i e f p a g e s , - a t $ 1 , 7 4 0 e a c h { s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________
T w o t e l e p h o n e p a g e s , a t $ 1 , 4 4 0 e a c h { s a m e a c t s ) _________________________________
A t t e n d a n t in la d ie s ’ r e c e p t i o n r o o m

flo o r

ea ch
T w o

m an agers

of

t e le p h o n e s

(o n e

fo r

th e

m in o r ity ),

at

flo o r

1 7 ,1 7 0 . 0 0
2, 280. 0 0

m a n agers

in

ch a rge

of

t e le p h o n e s

(o n e

7, 2 4 0 . 0 0
4, 320. 00
1, 2 0 0 . 0 0
2, 880. 00
2, 340. 00
2, 150. 0 0
5, 820. 00
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0
1, 0 1 0 . 0 0
37, 200. 00
1, 5 2 0 . 0 0
2, 280. 00
3, 480. 0 0
2, 880. 0 0

$ 2 ,8 8 0

{ s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________________________________________________

a s s is ta n t

2, 400. 00
25, 500. 00
21, 280. 00

m e n , o n e a t $ 1 ,0 1 0 , a n d s e v e n a t $ 8 9 0 e a c h

( s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________________________________________________
T h r e e f e m a le a t t e n d a n t s in l a d ie s ’ r e t i r i n g r o o m s , a t $ 1 ,4 4 0 e a c h {sa m e
a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________________________________________

T w o

3, 300. 0 0
2, 240. 0 0

fo r

5, 7 60 . 0 0

th e

m i n o r i t y ) , a t $ 1 , 8 3 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________________
F o r t y -o n e p a g e s d u r in g t h e s e s s io n , in c lu d in g t e n p a g e s f o r d u t y a t t h e

3, 660. 00

e n t r a n c e s t o t h e H a ll o f t h e H o u s e , a t $ 3 .3 0 p e r d a y e a c h {sa m e a c t s ).

2 8 ,^ 6 8 3 . 6 0

{ s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________________________
S u p e r i n t e n d e n t o f d o c u m e n t r o o m { s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________
A s s i s t a n t s u p e r i n t e n d e n t o f d o c u m e n t r o o m { s a m e a c t s ) _______________________
C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) _________________________________________________________________________________
A s s i s t a n t c l e r k { s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________
E i g h t a s s i s t a n t s , a t $ 1 , 6 0 0 e a c h { s a m e a c t s ) -------------------------- -----------------------------------P re s s g a lle r y p a g e




1, 7 0 0 . 0 0
3, 5 00 . 0 0
2, 880. 00
2, 040. 0 0
1, 9 4 0 . 0 0
12, 8 00 . 0 0

THE BUDGET, 1930

8

Estimates of appropriations required jor the service oj thejiscai year ending June 30, 1930—Continued
G en era l o b je c t (title o f a p p r o p r ia t io n ), d a te o f a cts, references to Sta tu tes at L arge, or to R e v is e d S tatu tes, a n d estim a ted
a m o u n t req u ired for ea ch d eta iled o b je c t

T o ta l a m o u n t to b e a p ­
p rop ria ted u n d er each
hea d o f a p p r o p r ia tio n

A m o u n t a p p r o p r ia te d for
th e fiscal y ear e n d in g
J une 30, 1929

S a l a r i e s , O ff i c e r s a n d E m p l o y e e s , H o u s e o f R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s — C o n t i n u e d .
O ffic e o f D o o r k e e p e r — C o n t in u e d .
J a n i t o r ( V . S . C . , p . 7 , s e c . 8 9 ; a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , vo l. 4 5 , p p . 5 2 2 , 5 2 3 ) _ _
M e s s e n g e r t o p r e s s r o o m ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________
M a i n t e n a n c e a r i d r e p a i r o f f o l d i n g r o o m m o t o r t r u c k ( s a m e a c t s ) _________
T o t a l __________________________________________________________________
S p e c ia l a n d m in o r it y e m p lo y e e s :
F o r s ix m in o r it y e m p lo y e e s , a t
t h e r e s o lu tio n
T o

$ 2 ,5 0 0

e a ch , a u th o riz e d

c o n tin u e e m p lo y m e n t o f th e a s s is ta n t fo r e m a n

T o

c o n tin u e

e m p lo y m e n t

of

th e

c o n tin u e

e m p lo y m e n t

person

o f th e

la b o r e r

under

th e

d ir e c tio n

r e s o lu t io n o f F e b r u a r y
S u ccessors
c e d in g

to

any

pa ra gra ph s

of

th e

13, 1923

of

th e

m ay

be

nam ed

fo ld in g

th e

a u th o riz e d

r e s o lu t io n

and

nam ed

C le rk

of

th e

H ouse,

nam ed

in

nam ed

by

p r o v id e d
th e

fo r

H ouse

in

of

th e

1, 1 4 0 . 0 0

th e

in

fiv e

1, 7 3 7 . 4 0

of

1, 1 4 0 . 0 0

th e

( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________

e m p lo y e e s

15, 0 0 0 . 0 0

room

( s a m e a c t s ) _________

in

500. 00

in

(s a m e a c t s ) _________ __________________________

r e s o lu tio n o f D e c e m b e r 19, 1 90 1
C le rk ,

nam ed

( s a m e a c t s ) ___________ ^ ______________________________

A p r il 2 8 , 1 9 1 4 , a s a la b o r e r
T o

and

o f th e

a u t h o r i z e d in t h e r e s o lu t i o n o f S e p t e m b e r 3 0 , 1 9 1 3

1, 3 1 0 . 0 0

$222, 993. 60

( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________

o f D e ce m b e r 5, 1923

$1, 220. 00

2, 7 4 0 . 0 0

pre­

R e p r e s e n t a t iv e s

a t a n v tim e .
T o t a l . ___________________________________________________________________ $ 2 1 , 7 5 7 . 4 0
O ffic e o f m a jo r it y flo o r le a d e r :
L e g i s l a t i v e c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________________________________
C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________________________

3, 6 0 0 . 0 0 !
2, 8 8 0 . 0 0 |

A s s i s t a n t c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________________________________________

i; 3 10 . 0 0

T o t a l __________________________________________________________ ____________

1, 8 3 0 . 0 0 i

$9, 620. 00

C o n fe r e n c e m in o r it y :

( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________________________
( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________________________________________
C le rk

A s s is ta n t c le r k

2, 8 8 0 . 0 0
1, 8 3 0 . 0 0
1, 3 1 0 . 0 0

T h e fo r e g o i n g e m p lo y e e s t o b e a p p o in t e d b v t h e m in o r it y le a d e r .
T o t a l _____________________________________________________ J _______________ $ 6 , 0 2 0 . 0 0
T o

c o n tin u e
ca u cu s

th e

e m p lo y m e n t

room s,

to

be

of

m essen gers

a p p o in te d

by

th e

in

th e

m a jo r it y

m a jo r it y

and

and

m in o r it y

m in o r it y

w h ip s ,

( s a m e a c t s ) ______________ ___________________________________

r e s p e c t iv e ly , a t $ 1 ,5 2 0 e a c h

3, 0 4 0 . 0 0

P o s t o ffic e :
P o s t m a s t e r ( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________________________________________

4, 2 0 0 . 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) _________________________________________________________
R e g i s t r y a n d m o n e y - o r d e r c l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________

2, 5 7 0 . 0 0

A s s is ta n t p o s t m a s t e r

T h ir ty -fo u r m e sse n g e rs

(in c lu d in g o n e t o s u p e r in te n d tr a n s p o r t a t io n

(sa m e

m a ils ), a t $ 1 ,5 2 0 e a c h
F or

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of

a c t s ) ___________________________________________________

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m essen gers

and

e x tra

s e r v ic e s

1, 8 3 0 . 0 0

of
51, 6 80 . 0 0

of

r e g u la r

e m p lo y e e s a t th e ra te o f n o t t o e x ce e d $ 1 2 5 p e r m o n th e a ch
( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________ ____________________________________________________________

1, 0 0 0 . 0 0

L a b o r e r ( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________________________________________

1, 0 1 0 . 0 0

T o t a l ____________________________________________________________________

$ 6 2 ,2 9 0 .0 0

F o r t h e p u r c h a s e , e x c h a n g e , m a in t e n a n c e , a n d r e p a ir o f m o t o r v e h ic le s
f o r c a r r y i n g t h e m a i l s ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________

3, 4 0 0 . 0 0

O ffic ia l r e p o r te r s o f d e b a t e s :
S ix o ffic ia l r e p o r t e r s o f t h e p r o c e e d in g s a n d d e b a t e s o f t h e H o u s e , a t
$ 7 , 5 0 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________ _______________________________

( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________________
C l e r k ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________________________
S i x e x p e r t t r a n s c r i b e r s , a t $ 1 , 5 2 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) _______________________________________________ ______________________________
A s s is ta n t

T o t a l _____________________________________________________________________
C o m m itte e s te n o g ra p h e rs:

45, 000. 00
3, 000. 00
2, 7 50 . 0 0
9, 1 20 . 0 0
1, 2 2 0 . 0 0

$61, 090. 00

F o u r s t e n o g r a p h e r s t o c o m m i t t e e s , a t $ 6 , 5 0 0 e a c h ( s a m e a c t s ) ______________
J a n i t o r ( s a m e a c t s ) ______________________________________________________________________________

26, 000. 00
1, 2 2 0 . 0 0

T o t a l _____________________________________________________________________ $ 2 7 , 2 2 0 . 0 0
T o t a l s a l a r i e s o f o f f i c e r s a n d e m p l o y e e s ______________________________________
W h erever

th e

w ord s

“ d u r in g

th e

s e s s io n ”

occu r

in

th e

g r a p h s t h e y s h a ll b e c o n s t r u e d t o m e a n t h e 2 1 2 d a y s fr o m

$ 88 7, 131. 0 0

$867, 363. 16

1, 760, 000. 00

1, 760, 000. 00

fo r e g o in g p a ra ­

D e c e m b e r 1, 1 9 2 9 ,

t o J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 3 0 , in c lu s iv e .

C l e r k H i r e , M e m b e r s a n d D e le g a t e s ^ H o u s e o f R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s —
F o r c le r k
dent

h ir e

n e c e s s a r ily

C o m m is s io n e r

in

e m p lo y e d
th e

by

d is c h a r g e

ea ch
of

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h is

o ffic ia l

D e le g a te , a n d
and

R e s i­

re p r e s e n ta tiv e

d u t i e s [ U . S . C . f p . 6 , s e c . 7 4 ; a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p . 5 2 8 ) ________________
C o n tin g e n t E x p e n s e s , H o u s e o f R e p r e s e n ta tiv e s —
F o r m is c e lla n e o u s
ord ered
to

th e

by

th e

it e m s , e x c lu s iv e
H ouse

of

o ffic ia l s t e n o g r a p h e r s

n e c e s s a r ily p a id o u t b y
F o r s t e n o g r a p h ic

rep orts

s e le c t c o m m itte e s




o f s a la r ie s a n d

R e p r e s e n t a t iv e s ,

th em

to

and

co m m itte e s fo r

la b o r , u n le s s s p e c ific a lly
in c lu d in g

r e im b u r s e m e n t

th e a m o u n t s a c t u a lly a n d

f o r t r a n s c r i b i n g h e a r i n g s ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________

o f h e a rin g s o f c o m m itte e s

o th e r th a n

s p e cia l a n d

( s a m e a c t s ) __________________________________________________________________

75, 000. 00
25, 000. 00

LEGISLATIVE ESTABLISHMENT

9

Estimates oj appropriations required jor the service oj thejiscal year ending June 30, 1930—Continued
otal am n to b ­ m t p riatedfor
ou
G eral object (title of approp
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J n 3 , 12
u e 0 99
C o n tin g e n t E x p e n s e s , H o u s e o f R ep r e s e n ta tiv e s — C o n t i n u e d .
F o r e x p e n s e s o f s p e c ia l a n d s e le c t c o m m it t e e s a u th o r iz e d b y th e H o u s e (V . S.

C ., p . 6 , s e c s . 9 5 - 9 6 ;

act M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 ,

v o l. 4 5 ,

p . 5 2 4 ) ____ _____________ ________

F o r t e le g r a p h a n d t e le p h o n e s e r v ic e , e x c lu s iv e o f p e r s o n a l s e r v ic e s (sa m e a c ts ).
F o r m a t e r i a l s f o r f o l d i n g ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________ ___________ _ - - _____
F o r fu r n itu r e a n d m a te r ia ls f o r r e p a ir s o f t h e s a m e , in c lu d in g n o t t o e x c e e d

$40, 000. 00
90, 000. 00
5, 0 0 0 . 0 0

f o r la b o r , t o o l s , a n d m a c h i n e r y f o r f u r n it u r e r e p a i r s h o p s (sa m e
a c t s ) ________________________________________________________________________________ ________ _ _ __________

40, 000. 00

F o r s t a tio n e r y f o r R e p r e s e n t a t iv e s , D e le g a t e s , a n d R e s id e n t C o m m is s io n e r s ,
in c lu d in g $ 5 ,0 0 0 f o r s t a t io n e r y f o r t h e u s e o f t h e c o m m it t e e s a n d o ffic e r s
o f t h e H o u s e ( s a m e a c t s ) ________________________________________ _________ ________ _ ___________

60, 000. 00

F o r p osta g e s ta m p s ;
P o s t m a s t e r ( s a m e a c t s ) _________________________________________________ ______________________

250. 00

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0

( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________________________ ________ __________

C le r k

S e r g e a n t a t A r m s ( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________ _____________ _____
D o o r k e e p e r ( s a m e a c t s ) ____________________________________________________ _____________ . _ _
T o t a l _________________________________________________________________ . . .
$1, 150. 0 0
F or

d r iv in g ,

m a in te n a n c e ,

re p a ir,

and

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of

an

a u t o m o b ile

fo r

450. 00
300. 00
150. 00

th e

S p e a k e r ( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________ ________ ___________ ________ _ _ --------------

4, 000. 0 0

F o r p a c k i n g b o x e s ( s a m e a c t s ) _____________________________________________ ________ _ _ -------------F o r fo ld in g s p e e c h e s a n d p a m p h le t s , a t a r a te n o t e x c e e d in g $1 p e r th o u s a n d

4, 500. 00

( s a m e a c t s ) ___________________________________________________________________________________ __________

8, 000. 00

T o t a l __________________________________________________________________________________ ______

$352, 650. 00

$313, 650. 0 0

5, 000. 0 0

5, 000. 0 0

7, 5 8 7 , 2 8 1 . 0 0

7, 5 3 2 , 5 1 3 . 1 6

5 2 4 ) ______

73, 820. 0 0

73, 820. 00

C o n tin g e n t F u n d , C a p ito l P o lic e —
F o r c o n t i n g e n t e x p e n s e s ( a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p . 5 £ 5 ) - ________________________
U n ifo r m s f o r C a p ito l P o lic e —

200. 00

200. 00

3, 750. 0 0

3, 750. 00

10, 190. 0 0

10, 1 9 a 0 0

75, 000. 00

75, 000. 00

C le r ic a l A s s is ta n c e —
F o r a s s is ta n c e r e n d e r e d d u r in g t h e c a le n d a r y e a r s 1 9 2 8 a n d 1 9 2 9 , in c o m ­
p ilin g lis t s o f r e p o r t s t o b e m a d e t o C o n g r e s s b y p u b l ic o ff ic ia ls ; c o m p ilin g
c o p y a n d r e v is in g p r o o fs f o r t h e H o u s e p o r t io n o f t h e O ffic ia l R e g is t e r ;
p r e p a r in g a n d in d e x in g t h e s t a t is tic a l r e p o r ts o f th e C le rk o f th e H o u s e ;
c o m p ilin g t h e t e le p h o n e a n d M e m b e r s ’ d ir e c t o r ie s ; p r e p a r in g a n d in d e x ­
in g th e d a ily C a le n d a r s o f B u s in e s s ; p r e p a r in g th e o ffic ia l s t a t e m e n t o f
M e m b e r s ' v o t in g r e c o r d s ; p r e p a r in g lis t o f c o n g r e s s io n a l n o m in e e s a n d
s t a t is tic a l

su m m a ry

of

e le c t io n s ;

p r e p a r in g

and

in d e x in g

q u e s t io n s

of

o r d e r p r in t e d in t h e a p p e n d ix t o t h e J o u r n a l p u r s u a n t t o H o u s e R u le I I I ;
and

fo r r e c o r d in g

and

filin g

s ta te m e n ts o f p o litic a l c o m m itte e s a n d

ca n ­

d id a te s fo r e le c t io n t o t h e H o u s e o f R e p r e s e n ta tiv e s p u r s u a n t t o th e F e d ­
e r a l c o r r u p t p r a c t i c e s a c t , 1 9 2 5 ( s a m e a c t s ) ______________________ ___________________
E T o p a y W illia m T y l e r P a g e , C le r k o f t h e H o u s e o f R e p r e s e n t a t iv e s , f o r
s e r v ic e s in c o m p il in g , a r r a n g in g f o r t h e p r in t e r , r e a d in g p r o o f , in d e x in g
t e s t im o n y , s t e n o g r a p h y a n d t y p e w r it in g , s u p e r v is io n o f t h e w o r k , a n a
e x p e n s e s in c u r r e d
gress,

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t o s u c h p e r s o n s a s w e r e a c t u a lly e n g a g e d in t h e w o r k , d e s ig n a t e d b y
h im ,

and

in

ren d ered

such

in

p r o p o r t io n s

as

t h e w o r k , $ 1 ,5 1 6 .3 2 ;

he

m ay

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ju s t

fo r

th e

a s s is ta n ce

i n a l l ] ____________________________________________ _ _ _

T o t a l, H o u s e o f R e p r e s e n t a t iv e s .
L E G IS L A T IV E

4 ,0 0 0 . 0 0

M IS C E L L A N E O U S

S a l a r i e s , C a p ito l P o l i c e —
C a p ta in ,
$ 1 ,5 2 0

$ 2 ,1 5 0 ; th r e e lie u t e n a n t s , a t $ 1 ,5 2 0 e a c h ; t w o s p e c ia l o ffic e r s , a t
e a c h ; t h r e e s e r g e a n t s , a t $ 1 ,4 1 0 e a c h ; fo r t y - fo u r p r iv a t e s , a t

$ 1 ,3 6 0 e a c h ,

o n e -h a lf

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to

be

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by

th e

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th e S erg ea n t a t A rm s o f th e

i n a l l (1 7 . S . C . , p . 1 3 0 1 , s e c s . 2 0 6 - 2 1 5 ; a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 ,

F o r p u r c h a s in g

and

s u p p ly in g

u n ifo r m s

and

m o t o r cy c le s to

p.

H ouse;

C a p it o l p o lic e

( U . S . C . , p . 1 3 0 1 , s e c s . 2 1 0 - 2 1 2 ; a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p . 5 2 5 ) —

______
s h a ll b e d is ­

O n e -h a lf o f th e fo r e g o in g a m o u n t s u n d e r “ C a p it o l p o lic e
bu rsed

by

th e

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o f th e

S en a te

and

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th e

C le rk

o f th e

H ouse*

S a la r ie s a n d E x p e n s e s , J o i n t C o m m itte e o n P r in tin g —
F o r cle r k , $ 4 ,0 0 0 ; in s p e c t o r , u n d e r s e c t io n
12,
of

1 8 9 5 , $ 2 ,4 9 0 ;
c o m p ilin g ,

$ 1 ,6 0 0 ; in
S en a te

a s s is ta n t

p r e p a r in g ,

a ll, $ 1 0 ,1 9 0 ,

and

th e

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c le r k
and

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h a lf

and

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to

20 o f th e a ct a p p ro v e d

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be

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expenses

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of

th e

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( U . S . C p . 1 4 1 5 , s e c . 1 ; a c ts M a y
, 1 9 2 4 , v o l. 4 3 , p . 1 4 9 ; M a y 1 4 » 1 9 2 8 ,
v o l. 4 5 , p . 5 2 5 ) __________________________________________________________________________ ____________
O ffic e o f L e g is la tiv e C o u n s e l—
F o r s a la r ie s a n d e x p e n s e s o f m a in t e n a n c e o f t h e o ff ic e o f L e g i s l a t i v e C o u n s e l,
as
b y

a u th o r iz e d
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by

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s e c t io n
o f

s h a ll b e

d is b u r s e d

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of

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by
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reven u e
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a ct

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reven u e

o f
of

R e p r e s e n t a t iv e s

1924,
th e

a ct

of

$ 7 5 ,0 0 0 ,
S en a te

( U . S.

C .,

1918
of

and

p.

as

a i& e n d e d

w h ic h
$ 3 7 ,5 0 0

$ 3 7 ,5 0 0
by

a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l * 4 5 , p . 5 2 5 ) --------------------------------------------------------------------------- —

506—28------2




th e

17, secs. 2 7 1 -2 7 7 ;

10

THE BUDGET, 1930
Estimates of appropriations required for the service of the fiscal year ending June SO, 1980— Continued

ou
otal ou t be a ­ m t p riatedfor
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riation d te of a re re ce to S tu a L rge, o to R
), a
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ta tes, d
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u e 0 99
h dof a p riation
ea p rop
S ta tem en t o f A p p r o p r ia t io n s —
F or

p r e p a r a t io n ,

under

th e

d ir e c t io n

o f th e

C o m m itte e

on

A p p r o p r ia tio n s

o f th e S e n a te a n d H o u s e o f R e p r e s e n ta tiv e s o f th e s ta te m e n ts fo r th e
fir s t s e s s io n o f t h e S e v e n t ie t h C o n g r e s s , s h o w in g a p p r o p r ia t io n s m a d e ,
in d e fin it e a p p r o p r ia t io n s , a n d
con tra cts
a u th o riz e d ,
t o g e t h e r w ith
a
c h r o n o lo g ic a l h is t o r y o f t h e r e g u la r a p p r o p r ia t io n b ills , a s r e q u ir e d b y
la w , $ 4 ,0 0 0 , t o b e p a id t o t h e p e r s o n s d e s ig n a t e d b y

t h e c h a ir m e n o f s a id

14, 1928,
v o l. 45> P - 5 2 5 ) ____________________________ ________ _____________________________________________________

$4, 000. 00

$4, 000. 00

T o t a l , L e g i s l a t i v e M i s c e l l a n e o u s ____________________________ ____________________

166, 960. 00

166, 960. 00

39, 120. 0 0

32, 552. 80

72, 960. 00

72, 960. 00

79, 913. 24

83, 535. 80

co m m itte e s

to

do

th e

O F F IC E

( U . S . C ., p . 9 , s e c . 1 0 5 ; a ct M a y

w ork

O F

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O F

T H E

C A P IT O L

S a l a r i e s , O ffic e o f th e A r c h i t e c t o f th e C a p i t o l —
S a la r ie s :

A r ch ite c t

$ 3 ,6 0 0 ;

o f th e

c i v il e n g in e e r ,

$ 1 ,8 4 0 e a c h ;

C a p it o l,

$ 9 ,0 0 0 ; c h i e f c l e r k , C $ 3 ,1 5 0 ]
o n e c le r k , $ 2 ,0 4 0 ; t w o c l e r k s , a t

[$ 7 ,5 0 0 ]

[ $ 2 , 7 7 0 ] $ 3 ,0 0 0 ;

c o m p e n s a t io n t o d is b u r s in g c le r k , $ 1 ,0 0 0 ;

la b o r e r s — [ o n e a t

fiv e a t $ 1 ,2 0 0 e a c h ; f o r e ­
w om an
o f ch a rw om en ,
[$ 7 6 0 ]
$ 9 0 0 ; [ t w e n t y - o n e ] tw e n ty -tw o c h a r ­
w o m e n , a t [ $ 4 1 2 . 8 0 ] $ 4 5 0 e a c h ; in a ll ( U . S . C .f p . 1 2 9 8 , s e c . 1 6 3 ; a ct M a y
1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p • 5 2 5 ) __________________________________________________________________________
E le v a to r c o n d u cto rs—
$ 1 ,1 0 4 , t w o

a t $ 1 ,0 1 0

each , tw o

a t $950 e a c h ;]

F o r f o r t y - e ig h t e le v a t o r c o n d u c t o r s , in c lu d in g fo u r t e e n f o r t h e S e n a te O ffic e
B u ild in g a n d fo u r t e e n f o r t h e H o u s e O ffic e B u ild in g , a t $ 1 ,5 2 0 e a c h ( U . S .
C ., p . 1 2 9 8 , s e c . 1 6 3 ; a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , P • 5 2 5 ) _____________________________
C a p ito l B u ild in g a n d R e p a ir s —
C a p it o l B u ild in g s : F o r n e c e s s a r y e x p e n d itu r e s f o r th e C a p it o l B u ild in g
u n d e r th e ju r is d ic t io n o f th e A r c h it e c t o f t h e C a p it o l, in c lu d in g m in o r im ­
p r o v e m e n ts , m a in t e n a n c e , r e p a ir , e q u ip m e n t , s u p p lie s , m a te r ia l, a n d
p u rten a n ces;
o f a rt;

person al

and

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s e r v ic e s ;

p a s s e n g e r -c a r r y in g o ffic e v e h ic le s ;
p u rch a se o f te c h n ic a l a n d
d ir e c to r y

re p a irin g

ap­

w ork s

a n d n o t e x c e e d in g [ $ 2 0 0 ] $ 3 0 0 fo r th e

( U . S . C . , p . 1 2 9 8 , s e c . 1 6 6 ; a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 > v o l . 4& , P • 5 2 5 ) ____

Salaries:
A u d it o r a n d a c c o u n ta n t .p e r a n n u m .
S u p e r in te n d e n t o f c o n s t r u c t i o n .d o ...
S to re k e e p e r ....................................... d o ___
D e c o r a t o r a n d fo r e m a n ________ d o ___
C a rp e n te r (fo r e m a n ).................... d o ___
C a r p e n t e r . . . .....................................d o ___
M e t a l w o rk e r................................. . d o ____
M e t a l w o rk e r’s h e l p e r ............... d o ___
M e t a l w o ik e r 's h e l p e r ................d o ____
S k ille d la b o ie r s, $1,566.60 e a c h .d o ___
L a b o re r , $1,566.60 e a c h . ..............d o ____
L a b o r e r ................................................d o ___
L a b o re r , $1,200.00 e a c h ................d o ____
L a b o r e r ................................................d o ____
P a i n t e r ................... ........................... d o ____
L a b o r e r . ............................................. d o . . . .
L a b o r e r ....... ........................................d o ____

E s tim a te d
e x p en d itu res,
1930 a p p r o ­
p r ia tio n

E s tim a t e d
e x p e n d itu r e s,
1929 a p p r o ­
p r ia t io n

E xpen d ed and
o b lig a te d , 1928

Number

Number

Number

$3,600.
3.000.
2,200.
2,520.
2.400.
2,200.
2.400.
1,680.
1,270.
3.133.
3.133.
1,440.
6.000.
403.
1,896.
1,260.

W ages:
C a r p e n t e r ................. ...................p er d a y ..
F a in t e r ....................... ......................... d o . . . .
P lu m b e r .............................................. d o ____
P la s t e r e r ......................... ............ . . . d o —
B r ic k la y e r ....................................... . d o ____
S t o n e s e t t e r ..................... ............... d o ____

19
10.00
10.00
11.00
13.00
13.00
12.00

$34,976.40
1,186.84

S a la rie s.
W a g e s ...
T o t a l person a l s e r v ice s .

0200
0280

and

n e c e s s a r y r e f e r e n c e b o o k s , p e r io d ic a ls , a n d c i t y

R a te

01

c le a n in g

p u r c h a s e o r e x c h a n g e , m a in t e n a n c e , a n d d r iv in g o f m o t o r -p r o p e lle d

S u p p lie s a n d m a teria ls:
B o o k s , e t c ......................................
S u n d r y s u p p l ie s ........................

$32,965.76
4 ,320.04

$32,285.80
5 ,378.65

36,163.24

37,2 85 .80

37,664.45

300.00
18,400.00

200.00
18,500.00

178.32
12,857.84

02

T o t a l su p p lies a n d m a te r ia ls ........................ .......

18,700.00

18,700.00

1 3,036.16

12
13
30
32

R e p a irs a n d al te ra tion s............... ........................... .
S p e c ia l a n d m isce lla n e o u s c u r re n t ex p en ses..
P a s sen g er-ca rry in g v e h ic le s.................................. .
S tru c tu re s (n e w e le v a t o r ).......................................
O b lig a t e d ....................................................................... .

2 4,250.00

20,7 50 .00

' “ '§0 0 .' o o '

800.00
6 ,0 0 0.0 0

4 7,908.93
114.11
405.38

7 ,9 3 4
9 1 .2

8 ,5 5 0
3 3 .8

Total..




1 ,606.77

1 0 3 .8
0 ,7 5 0

LEGISLATIVE ESTABLISHMENT

U

Estimates oj appropriations required jor the service oj thejiscai year ending June SO, 1980—Continued
G e n e ra l o b je c t (title o f a p p r o p r ia tio n ), d a te o f acts, referen ces t o S tatu tes at L arge, or t o R e v is e d S ta tu tes, a n d estim a te d
a m o u n t re q u ire d for ea ch d eta iled o b je c t

T am n to be a ­
otal ou t
p
p ria u der ea
rop ted n
ch
h dof appropriation
ea

A m o u n t a p p r o p r ia te d fo r
th e fisca l y e a r e n d in g
J u n e 30.11929
_________________ w r

S e n a te W in g R ec o n s tr u c tio n —
[S e n a te

w in g

r e c o n s t r u c t io n :

T o

rea rran ge

and

re co n stru ct

th e

S en a te

W i n g o f t h e C a p i t o l in a c c o r d a n c e w it h t h e r e p o r t o f t h e A r c h i t e c t o f t h e
C a p ito l c o n t a in e d
in
S en a te
D ocu m en t
N u m b ered
1 6 1 , S ix t y -e ig h t h
C o n g r e s s , s e c o n d s e s s io n , w it h
on

R u le s

m ay

fr o m

tim e

to

su ch

tim e

a lte r a tio n s a s t h e

approve,

to

be

S e n a te

C o m m itte e ’

im m e d ia te ly

a v a ila b le ,

a n d t o r e m a in a v a il a b l e u n t i l J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 3 0 , $ 5 0 0 ,0 0 0 , t o b e e x p e n d e d b y
t h e A r c h ite c t o f t h e C a p it o l, u n d e r t h e d ir e c t io n a n d s u p e r v is io n o f th e
s a id C o m m itt e e o n R u le s , w it h o u t c o m p lia n c e w it h s e c t io n s 3 7 0 9 a n d
3 7 4 4 o f t h e R e v i s e d S t a t u t e s o f t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ; P ro v id ed , T h a t t h e
A r c h it e c t o f t h e C a p i t o l is a u t h o r iz e d , w it h in t h e a p p r o p r ia t io n h e r e in
m a d e , t o e n t e r in t o s u c h c o n t r a c t s in t h e m a r k e t , t o m a k e s u c h e x p e n d i­
tu r e s (in c lu d in g e x p e n d it u r e s f o r fu r n it u r e , m a te r ia l, s u p p lie s , e q u ip m e n t ,
a c c e s s o r ie s , a d v e r t is in g , tr a v e l, a n d s u b s is t e n c e ), a n d t o e m p lo y s u c h
p r o fe s s io n a l a n d o t h e r a s s is ta n ts w it h o u t r e g a r d t o t h e p r o v is io n s o f s e c ­
t io n 3 5 o f th e p u b lic b u ild in g s o m n ib u s a c t , a p p r o v e d J u n e 2 5 , 1 9 1 0 , a s
b e a p p r o v e d b y s u c h c o m m i t t e e ] ( act M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 ,
v o l. 4&, P P 5 2 6 ) _______________________________________________________________________________________ __________
P u r c h a s e o f P a in tin g “ P e a c e ” —
am ended, as m a y

[ F o r th e p u rch a se fr o m

$500, 000. 00

t h e o w n e r s , t h e h e ir s o f it s p a in t e r , W a lt e r L . D e a n ,

th e o il p a in t in g k n o w n a s P e a c e , a s a u t h o r iz e d b y t h e a c t a p p r o v e d M a r c h
3,

1 9 2 7 , $ 5 ,0 0 0 , t o

d ir e c tio n

be

im m e d ia t e ly

a v a ila b le

o f th e J o in t C o m m itt e e o n

and

th e L ib r a r y ]

to

be

expended

a t th e

( a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , vo l.

4 5 , p . 5 2 6 ) _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________
S e n a te a n d H o u s e V e n tila tio n —
[ F o r th e p u r c h a s e a n d in s ta lla tio n
th e

H ouse

of

h u m id ify in g
d u cts a n d

fo r th e S en a te

R e p r e s e n t a t iv e s

a ir

c o n d it io n in g

w a te r p ip in g fo r

a p p a ra tu s, a n d

fo r

of

c o m p le t e ,

a p p a ra tu s

th e

C h a m b e r a n d th e H a ll o f

im p r o v e d

w it h

c o n n e c t io n

a ll n e c e s s a r y

v e n tila tio n ,

a u to m a tic a lly

o f th e

d iffe r e n t

s t r u c t u r a l a lt e r a t io n s

n ecessa ry

expenses
to

and

lia n c e

Bn i t e d

w it h

be

in c id e n t

expended

s e c t io n s

th ereto,

by

th e

3709

and

$ 3 2 3 ,0 0 0 ,

A r ch ite c t
3744

of

to

o f th e
th e

u n its

re q u ire d

o f su ch
fo r

be

a v a ila b le

su ch
o th er

im m e d i­

C a p ito l w ith o u t

R e v is e d

de-

c o n t r o lle d

in s t a lla t io n , in c lu d in g p e r s o n a l s e r v ic e s , a d v e r t is in g , t r a v e lin g , a n d
a t e ly

5, 0 0 0 . 0 0

S ta tu te s

com -

o f th e

S t a t e s ] ( a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , v - 5 2 6 ) ______________________________________________ * _________
A p p r o p r ia t io n s u n d e r t h e c o n t r o l o f t h e A r c h i t e c t o f t h e C a p i t o l s h a ll b e

a v a ila b le f o r e x p e n s e s o f

t r a v e l o n o ffic ia l

a g g r e g a te u n d e r a ll fu n d s t h e s u m

b u s in e s s

not

to

exceed

323, o o a

00

in t h e

o f $ 1 ,0 0 0 .

A p p r o p r i a t i o n s u n d e r th e c o n t r o l o f t h e A r c h i t e c t o f th e C a p i t o l s h a l l b e a v a i l ­
a b le h e r e a ft e r f o r e x p e n s e s o f a d v e r t i s i n g a n d p e r s o n a l s e r v i c e s ( s u b m i t t e d ) .
I m p r o v i n g th e C a p i t o l G r o u n d s —
C a p ito l

G rou n d s:

C a p ito l,

S en a te

F or
and

ca re

and

H ouse

im p r o v e m e n t

O ffic e

of

B u ild in g s ;

grou n d s
person al

s u r r o u n d in g
and

oth er

th e

serv­

ic e s ; ca r e o f t r e e s ; p la n t in g s ; fe r t iliz e r s ; r e p a ir s t o p a v e m e n t s , w a lk s , a n d
r o a d w a y s ; p u r c h a s e o f w a t e r p r o o f w e a r in g a p p a r e l; a n d fo r s n o w r e m o v a l
b y h ire o f m e n a n d e q u ip m e n t o r u n d e r c o n t r a c t w it h o u t c o m p lia n c e w it h
s e c tio n s

3709

[$ 7 2 ,0 0 0 ]

and

3744

of

th e

R e v is e d

S ta tu te s

of

th e

U n it e d

S ta te s

( U . S . C ., p . 1 2 9 8 , s e c . 1 7 3 ; a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , i o h 4 5 , p . 5 2 6 ) —

T r e e s u r g e r y _________________ _____________________________________________________________________________
P e d e s t a l , M a r s h a l l s t a t u e ____________________________________________________________________________
R e n e w w e s t C a p i t o l s t e p s _____________________________________________________ _________________________

$72, 320. 00
5, 000. 00
1, 5 0 0 . 0 0
t

133, 000. 00
$ 2 1 1 , 82Q . 0 0

E s tim a te d
e x p e n d itu r e s,
1930 a p p r o ­
p r ia tio n

S a la ries a n d w ages:
L a n d s c a p e g a r d e n e r ._p e r a n n u m ..
C l e r k ................................................ d o .
A s s is ta n t la n d sca p e g ard en er
— .................................. p e r a n n u m ..
T r e e ex p e r t _________ _______. . . d o ____
M e c h a n ic ia n , $1,500 e a c h ____d o ____
M e c h a n ic ia n -c h a u ffe u r ............d o ____
M e c h a n ic ia n ......... ....................... d o ____
G a r d e n e r , e a c h ......... ...................d o ____
G a r d e n e r _ ................. .....................d o ____
L a b o r e r , $1,260 e a c h . . . ............d o ___
L a b o r e r , $1,200 e a c h ....... .......... d o ____
L a b o r e r .............................. ............ d o ____
L a b o r e r . ............................ ............ d o ____
L a b o r e r ........................................... d o ____
L a b o r e r , at $4 p e r d a y ...........................




E xpended and
o b lig a t e d , 192S

Number

R a te

E s tim a te d
ex p e n d itu r e s,
1929 a p p r o ­
p ria tio n

Number

Number

$ 3,6 00 .00 t
2 .7 0 0.0 0 f
2.1 0 0.0 0
1 ,411.92
3 ,0 0 0 .0 0
1 .500.00
1.2 6 0.0 0
1 ,523.90
1.2 7 0.0 0
1 1,3 40 .00
18,000.00
1 .1 5 5.0 0
950.40
831.00

!
;
i
|
|
I
;
|
i
i.
'

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14
1
1
I

3
4

3
5

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12

THE BUDGET, 1930
‘ stimates of appropriations required for the service of thejiscal year ending June 30, 1930—Continued
E

ou
riated
otal ou t to b ­ m t rop
G era object (title of app riation d te of a referen to S tu a L rg or to R
en l
rop
), a
cts,
ces ta tes t a e,
evised S tu an estim
ta tes, d
ated Tp am n n ere ap Ath n appyear en for
e fisca
l
din
g
ropriated u d ea
ch
am n requ fo eachd
ou t ired r
etailedobject
J n 3 , 12
u e 0 99
h dof a p riation
ea p rop
I m p r o v in g th e C a p ito l G r o u n d s — C o n t i n u e d .

E s tim a te d
ex p en d itu res,
1930 a p p r o ­
p ria tion

E s tim a ted
ex pen d itu res,
1929 a p p r o ­
p ria tion

$47,705.82
2,0 3 8.2 8

$43,835.82
2,038.28

E s tim a te d sa la ries.......................
W a g e s a n d te m p o r a r y la b o r . .

E xpended and
o b lig a te d , 1928

$43,835.82
3 ,0 3 4.0 6

01

T o t a l p e rson a l se r v ice s .

49, 744.10

02

S u n d ry s u p p lie s ------- -------

6, 368. 10

6,3 6 8.1 0

6,5 3 1.4 6

R ep a irs a n d a lte ra tio n s...... ..............
a. T ree s u r g e r y ............ .......... ..........
b . P ed esta l, M a rs h a ll s ta tu e . _ _
c. R e n e w a l w est C a p it o l s t e p s .

10,000.00
5,000.00
1,500.00
133,000.00

13,550.00

13,550.00

12

T o t a l rep airs a n d a lte ra tio n s-------- ------------------------------

149,500.00

1 3,550.00

13,550.00

13

S pecia l a n d m is cella n eou s cu r re n t ex p en ses (s n ow
r e m o v a l)__________________________________________
E q u ip m e n t ___________________________________ _____ —
O b lig a te d ...................................... .................... — ............ ..........

2 ,2 0 7.8 0
4 ,0 0 0.0 0

5 .000.00
4.0 0 0.0 0

2,634.64
4,4 6 5.7 6
740.46

211,820.00

i 74,792.20

74,792.20

30

T o ta l-

46,8 69 .88

> A c t u a lly a p p r o p r ia te d , $72,000.

S e n a te a n d H o u s e G a ra g es a n d M a ltb y B u ild in g —
F or

re p a ir s

and

im p r o v e m e n t s

to

S en a te

and

in c lu d in g

person al

(U .

H ouse

s e r v ice s

S.

C .,

garages

p.

1299,

and

M a ltb y

act
M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p . 5 2 6 ) ___________________________________________________________________
B u ild in g ,

sec.

E s tim a t e d
i
E s tim a te d
e x p e n d itu r e s, ! e x p en d itu res,
1930 a p p r o 1929 a p p r o ­
p r ia t io n
p r ia tio n

01
02
13
30

$700.00 j
200. 00
500.00
50.00
50.0 0

M isc e lla n e o u s a n d te m p o r a r y la b o r a t cu r re n t ra te s .
S u n d r y s u p p lie s
.............. .............. ........................................
____________
________ _____________ _ 12______ a irs
R ep
S pecia l a n d m isce lla n e o u s c u r re n t e x p e n s e s................
E q u ip m e n t . ......... .................................................. .............. ..
O b lig a t e d ................ ................ ................ .......... ...........................

174;

$ 1, 500. 00

Expended and
o b lig a te d , 1928

$700.00
200. 00
500.00
50.00
50.00

$532.75
102. 71
746.14

1 ,500.00

1 ,500.00

118.40

T o t a l .........................................................................................

1 ,5 0 0.0 0

S u b w a y T r a n s p o r t a t i o n , C a p i t o l a n d S e n a t e O ff ic e B u i l d i n g s —
F o r r e p a i r s , r e b u ild in g , a n d m a in t e n a n c e o f th e s u b w a y c a r s c o n n e c t in g th e
S e n a t e O ff ic e B u i l d i n g w it h t h e S e n a t e w i n g o f t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s C a p i t o l a n d
f o r p e r s o n a l a n d o th e r s e r v ic e s , i n c lu d in g m a in t e n a n c e o f th e tr a c k a n d e le c ­
t r i c a l e q u i p m e n t c o n n e c t e d t h e r e w i t h ( s u b m i t t e d ) ________________________________________
M a i n t e n a n c e . S e n a t e O ffic e B u i l d i n g —
S e n a te O ffic e B u ild in g :
p lie s , in c lu d in g

$1, 500. 00

F o r m a in t e n a n c e ,

'm i s c e l l a n e o u s

fu r n itu r e , fu r n is h in g s , a n d

e q u ip m e n t

ite m s
and

and

2, 000. 00

su p­

fo r la b o r a n d

m a te r ia l in c id e n t t h e r e t o a n d r e p a ir s t h e r e o f; a n d fo r p e r s o n a l a n d o t h e r
s e r v ice s

fo r

th e ca re

and

o p e r a tio n

o f th e

S en a te

O ffic e

B u ild in g ,

under

t h e d i r e c t i o n a n d s u p e r v i s i o n o f t h e S e n a t e C o m m i t t e e o n R u l e s (a ct M a y
1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p . 5 2 6 ) __________________________________________________________ __________ ______

93, 628. 00

89, 854. 00

M a i n t e n a n c e , H o u s e O ffic e B u i l d i n g —
H ouse

O ffic e

B u ild in g :

F or

m a in te n a n c e ,

in c lu d in g

m is c e lla n e o u s

ite m s ,

a n d f o r a ll n e c e s s a r y s e r v i c e s ( t / . S . C .f p . 1 2 9 9 , s e c . 1 7 5 ; act M a y 1 4 ,1 9 2 8 ,
v o l. 4 5 , p . 5 2 6 ) _________________________________________________________________________________________
C a p ito l P o w e r P la n t—

120, 138. 80

C a p it o l p o w e r p la n t : F o r lig h t in g , h e a t in g , a n d « p o w e r fo r th e C a p it o l, S e n a te
and

H ouse

O ffic e

B u ild in g s ,

C o n g r e s s io n a l

g rou n d s a b o u t th e sa m e, C o a st a n a
grou p

of

garage,
ern m en t

tem p ora ry

M a lt b y

h o u s in g ,

B u ild in g , fo ld in g

P r in tin g

O ffic e , a n d

L ib r a r y

G e o d e tic

B o t a n ic
and

stora g e

S en a te

post

th e

gas

and

w ith o u t

m a in te n a n c e
e le c t r ic

of

m eters

a d d it io n a l

an

a u t o m o b ile

o f th e

fo r

G overn m en t

c o m p e n s a tio n ;

person al

h is

th e

and

th e

S ta tio n
H ouse

S en a te, G o v ­

o ffic e ; p a y

o f su p er­

a n d $ 3 0 0 a d d it io n a l

use, w h o

in

and

U n io n
garage,

ro o m s o f th e

W a s h in g to n C it y

in t e n d e n t o f m e t e r s , a t t h e r a t e o f $ 1 ,9 4 0 p e r a n n u m
fo r

B u ild in g ,

S u rv ey , th e

G arden ,

s h a ll in s p e c t

D is tr ic t

oth er

of

a ll

C o lu m b ia

s e r v ic e s ; fu e l,

o il,

m a te r ia ls , la b o r , a d v e r t is in g , a n d p u r c h a s e o f w a t e r p r o o f w e a r in g a p p a r e l,
in c o n n e c t io n w it h t h e m a in t e n a n c e a n d o p e r a t i o n o f t h e h e a t in g , lig h t in g ,
a n d p o w e r p la n t a n d s u b s t a t io n s c o n n e c t e d th e r e w ith , [$ 3 7 3 ,8 8 0 J

C p . 1 2 9 9 , s e c . 1 8 5 ; a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p .




(U . S .

$489, 360. 00

101, 07a

20

LEGISLATIVE ESTABLISHMENT

13

Estimates of appropriations required for the service of the fiscal year ending June 80, 1930— Continued
oun
otal m n to be a ­ m tap riated
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C a p ito l P o w er P la n t— C o n t in u e d .
S t o k e r e q u i p m e n t , C a p i t o l p o w e r p l a n t _________________________________________________________
N e w tu r b in e , C a p ito l p o w e r p la n ts
N e w e le c t r ic a l d i s t r i b u t i n g e q u i p m e n t , C a p i t o l p o w e r p l a n t _
A n n e x , C a p i t o l p o w e r p l a n t _____________________________________________
R e n e w a l , s t e a m p i p i n g S u p r e m e C o u r t s e c t i o n , C a p i t o l ______
L o w e r i n g f l o o d l i g h t s , C a p i t o l __________________________________________

$125, 000. 00
175, 000. 00
75, 000. 00
65, 000. 00
13, 0 00. 0 0
5, 0 0 0 . 0 0
$947, 366. 00

The

under

th e

con trol

of

th e

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th e

$373, 880. 00

46, 580. 00

42, 860. 00

1, 5 0 0 . 0 0

a p p r o p r ia t io n s

1, 500. 00

21, 000. 00

45, 000. 00

C a p ito l

m a y b e e x p e n d e d w it h o u t re fe r e n c e t o s e c tio n 4 o f th e a c t a p p r o v e d
17, 1910, c o n c e r n in g p u rch a s e s fo r e x e c u tiv e d e p a r tm e n ts .

June

T h e d e p a r t m e n t o f th e I n t e r io r , t h e P u b lic H e a lt h S e r v ic e , th e C o a s t
a n d G e o d e tic S u r v e y , th e U n io n S ta tio n g r o u p o f t e m p o r a r y h o u s in g , th e
G o v e r n m e n t P r i n t in g O ffic e , a n d t h e W a s h in g t o n C i t y p o s t o ff ic e s h a ll
r e im b u r s e th e C a p it o l p o w e r p la n t f o r h e a t, lig h t , a n d p o w e r fu r n is h e d
d u r in g t h e fis c a l y e a r [ 1 9 2 9 ] 1 9 8 0 a n d t h e a m o u n t s s o r e im b u r s e d s h a ll
b e [c r e d it e d t o t h e a p p r o p r ia t io n f o r s u c h p la n t a n d b e a v a ila b le fo r th e
p u r p o s e s n a m e d t h e r e i n ] covered

in to

th e

T rea su ry.

N o t e .— D eta iled sta te m e n ts o f p r o p o s e d ex p e n d itu r e s for th e S en a te O ffice B u ild in g t o b e
su b m itte d t o th e S en a te C o m m itt e e o n R u le s h a v in g ch a rge o f th a t b u ild in g ; a n d d e ta ile d sta te ­
m en ts o f p r o p o s e d e x p e n d itu r e s for th e H o u s e O ffice B u ild in g a n d C a p ito l p o w e r p la n t t o be
su b m itte d to the H o u s e O ffice B u ild in g C o m m is s io n h a v in g ch a rge o f the a p p r o p r ia tio n s .

L i b r a r y B u ild in g a n d G ro u n d s —
C h i e f e n g in e e r , [ $ 2 , 5 2 0 ] $ 2 , 7 0 0 ; c h i e f e le c t r i c i a n , [ $ 2 , 5 2 0 ] $ 2 ,7 0 0 ;

S a la r ie s :

d e c o r a t o r , [ $ 2 , 0 0 0 ] $ 2 ,2 0 0 ; p a i n t e r , [ $ 1 , 7 2 8 ] $ 1 ,8 6 0 ; a s s is t a n t e n g in e e r s —
o n e [ $ 1 , 8 6 0 ] $ 2 , 0 0 0 , t w o a t [ $ 1 , 7 6 4 ] $ 1 , 8 0 0 e a c h , [ o n e $ 1 , 7 2 8 ] ; s h e e t m e ta l
w o rk er , $ 1 ,8 6 0 ; t w o m a c h i n i s t s a t [ $ 1 , 7 6 4 ] $ 1 ,8 6 0 e a c h ; t h r e e a s s i s t a n t
e l e c t r i c i a n s [ a t $ 1 , 8 0 0 e a c h ] — o n e a t $ 2 ,0 0 0 , tw o a t $ 1 ,9 2 0 e a c h ; c a r p e n ­
t e r s — o n e [ $ 1 , 8 0 0 ] $ 1 ,9 2 0 , o n e [ $ 1 , 7 2 8 ] $ 1 , 8 6 0 ; p l u m b e r , [ $ 1 , 7 4 0 ] $ 1 , 8 6 0 ;
[s k ille d

la b o r e r s — t w o

at

$ 1 ,3 2 0

ea ch ,

fiv e

at

$ 1 ,2 6 0

e a c h ;]

g en era l m e ­

$ 1 ,9 2 0 ; m e c h a n ic s ' h e lp e rs — o n e at $ 1 ,5 0 0 , s ix at $ 1 ,4 4 0
e a c h ; t w o l a b o r e r s a t [ $ 1 , 0 2 0 ] $ 1 ,2 0 0 e a c h ; in a ll ( U . S . C .} p . 1 0 , sec. 1 4 1 ;
a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , P ■ 5 2 7 ) ____________________ ________ ________________________________
ch a n ic

N

[$ 1 ,8 0 0 ]

o t e .— I ncrease

o f $3,720 is a sk e d to e q u a liz e ra tes fo r s im ila r d u ties as p r o v id e d in th e W e lc h A c t .

F o r tre e s , s h r u b s , p la n t s , fe r tiliz e r s , a n d

s k ille d la b o r f o r t h e g r o u n d s o f t h e

( U . S . C . f p . 1 1 , s e c . 1 4 8 ; a c t M a y 1 4 } 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 45*

L ib r a r y o f C o n g r e s s

p . 5 2 7 ).
F o r n e ce s sa ry e x p e n d itu r e s fo r t h e
of

th e A r c h ite c t o f th e

L ib r a r y

B u ild in g

C a p it o l, in c lu d in g

m in o r

u n d er th e

ju r is d ic t io n

im p r o v e m e n t s , m a in t e ­

n a n c e , r e p a ir , e q u ip m e n t , s u p p lie s , m a te r ia l, a n d a p p u r t e n a n c e s , a n d p e r ­
s o n a l a n d o t h e r s e r v i c e s in c o n n e c t i o n

w ith th e m e c h a n ic a l a n d s tr u c tu r a l

m a i n t e n a n c e o f s u c h b u i l d i n g ( s a m e a c t s ) -------------------------------------------- ------------------------------[ F o r a lt e r a t io n s a n d a d d i t io n s t o t h e e a s t a n d s o u t h e a s t s t a c k s in t h e
L ib r a r y
in

B u ild in g

c o n n e c t io n

and

w it h

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w ork ,

and

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fu r n is h in g s ]

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a cts)
F or

387, 000. 00

fu r n it u r e ,

in c lu d in g

p a r t it io n s ,

screen s,

s h e lv in g ,

and

e le c t r ic a l

w ork

a n d r e p a i r s t h e r e o f ( U . S . C ., p . 1 0 , s e c. 1 4 1 ; a ct M a y
1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 $ , P • 5 2 7 ) ___________________________________________________________________________
F o r th e a c q u s i t i o n o f a s it e f o r a d d i t i o n a l b u i l d in g s f o r th e L i b r a r y o f C o n g r e s s ,
a s a u t h o r i z e d i n th e a c t a p p r o v e d M a y 2 1 , 1 9 2 8 ( s u b m i t t e d ) _________________________
p e r ta in in g t h e r e t o

B u il d i n g s , B o ta n ic G a r d e n —
T o p r o v id e f o r th e c o n s t r u c t i o n o n t h e s i t e d e s ig n a t e d b y a c t a p p r o v e d J a n u a r y
5 , 1 9 2 7 ( 4 4 S t a t . , p . 9 3 1 ) , o f th e n e c e s s a r y b u i l d in g s r e q u i r e d f o r t h e e n l a r g ­
i n g a n d r e l o c a t i n g o f t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s B o t a n i c G a r d e n i n a c c o r d a n c e w ith
p l a n s a p p r o v e d b y th e J o i n t C o m m i t t e e o n th e L i b r a r y .
T h e A r c h i t e c t o f th e
C a p it o l , s u b j e c t t o th e d i r e c t i o n a n d s u p e r v i s i o n o f th e J o i n t C o m m i t t e e o n th e
L i b r a r y , i s a u t h o r i z e d w i t h i n t h e l i m i t o f c o s t, $ 8 7 6 , 3 9 8 , f i x e d u n d e r t h i s
a p p r o p r i a t i o n f o r s u c h b u i l d i n g s , to e n t e r i n t o c o n t r a c t o r c o n t r a c t s , to p u r ­
c h a s e m a t e r i a l , s u p p l i e s , e q u i p m e n t , a n d a c c e s s o r i e s i n th e o p e n m a r k e t , to
e m p l o y th e n e c e s s a r y p e r s o n n e l , i n c l u d i n g a r c h i t e c t u r a l a n d o t h e r p r o f e s ­
s i o n a l s e r v ic e s w it h o u t r e f e r e n c e to s e c t i o n S o o f t h e a c t a p p r o v e d J u n e
1 9 1 0 , a n d to i n c u r s u c h o t h e r e x p e n d i t u r e s , i n c l u d i n g a d v e r t i s i n g a n d tr a v e l ,
a s m a y b e n e c e s s a r y a n d i n c i d e n t a l t o t h e p u r p o s e s o f t h i s a c t , u n d e r w h ic h
th e r e is h e r e b y a p p r o p r i a t e d , t o r e m a i n a v a i l a b l e u n t i l e x p e n d e d , th e s u m o f
$ 3 0 0 , 0 0 0 ( s u b m i t t e d ) _________________________________________________________________________________

Total under Architect of the Capitol.




24, 000. 00

14, 000. 0 0

600, 000. 00

300, o o a o o

2, 561, 526. 04

2,145; 720. 80

14

THE BUDGET, 1930
Estimates of appropriations required for the service of thejiscai year ending June SO, 1980—Continued

otal ou t to b ­ m t ap ropriated
oun
G era object (title of ap rop
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), ate cts,
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J n 3 ,1 2
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B O T A N IC

G A R D E N

S a la r ie s , B o ta n ic G a rd en —
S a la r ie s :

F o r th e d ire c to r a n d

o th e r p erson a l

s e r v ic e s [ i n

a ccord a n ce

w ith

$ 1 0 1 ,2 6 0 ) a l l u n d e r t h e d i r e c ­
t i o n o f t h e J o i n t C o m m i t t e e o n t h e L i b r a r y ( U , S . C ., p . 1 3 0 1 , s e c . 2 1 6 ;
a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o L 4 5 , P- 5 2 7 ) _____________________________________________________________

th e

c la s s ific a tio n

act

of

1923,

$ 8 4 ,7 9 7 ],

E s tim a te d
ex p en d itu res,
1930 a p p r o ­
p r ia tio n

Average—
No.
Salary

Average—
No.
Salary

1

$5,200

1

$5,200

$4,600

2,900

2,040

1.980

1,860

1, 752

1,728

1,640

2,700

1,590

1.560

1,470

1,403

1,410

1,250

2.500

2,400

2,200

1,680

1,620

1,560

1.560

1

1,500

1,420

1,420

3

1.320

1,980

1.980

2

1,860

1,820

1,760

2

1,590

1.500

1,500

1

1.320

1.500

1,440

1

1,260

1,365
1,360
1,345

1,335
1,350
1,348

4
6
16

1,095
1,140
1,129

740
1,140

740
1,080

1
1

657
960

62

66

58.8

101,260

T o t a l __________________________________________________
T h e d iffe re n ce b e tw e e n 1930 a n d 1929 is d u e to—
Increase in fo r ce ---------------------------- --------------- $4,920
In crease in sa la ries__________________________ 1,520
T o ta l in crea se--------------------------------------------

1

3,000

T o ta l average n u m b e r o f e m p lo y e e s .
T o ta l salaries__________________________
U n o b lig a te d b a la n c e ------------------------

1 $84, 797. 0 0

E xpended and
o b lig a te d , 1928

Average—
1Vo.
Salary

Salaries:
P rofession al se r v ice —
Q ra d e 5, $4,600 to $5,200; a verag e, $4.9 0 0 Scien tist (d ir e c t o r )......................... ...................
S u b p rofession a l serv ice—
Q ra d e 8, $2,600 to $3,100; a verag e, $2,8 5 0 A ssista n t d ire c to r o f g a r d e n s........................
G ra d e 5, $1,800 to $2,100; a verag e, $1,9 5 0 F orem a n g a r d e n e r........ .......................................
G ra d e 4, $1,620 to $1,920; a verag e, $1,7 7 0 H e a d g a r d e n e r----------------- --------- ---------------G ra d e 3, $1,440 t o $1,740; a verage, $1,5 9 0 G a r d e n e r------------------------------------------------------Q ra d e 2, $1,260 to $1,560; a verag e, $1,4 1 0 A ssista n t g a rd en er_____ ____________________
C lerica l, a d m in is tr a tiv e , a n d fiscal serv ice—
G ra d e 5, $2,000 to $2,500; a v erag e, $2,2 5 0 S en ior clerk (c h ie f c l e r k )____________ _____ _
Q ra d e 3, $1,620 to $1,920; a verage, $1,7 7 0 A ssista n t c le r k ....... .................. ........................... ..
G ra d e 2, $1,440 to $1,740; a verag e, $1,5 9 0 J u n ior cle rk -------------------------- -----------------------G ra d e 1, $1,260 to $1,560; a verag e, $1,410—
U n d e rc le r k ....................... .......... .............................
C u s to d ia l se r v ice —
G ra d e 7, $1,860 to $2,200; a verag e, $2,0 3 0 S enior m e c h a n ic -----------------------------------------G ra d e 6, $1,680 t o $1,980; a verag e, $1,830—
M c cb iiD ic
_
G ra d e 5, $1,500 t o $1,806; a vera g e, $1,6 5 0 J u n ior m e ch a n ic (p a in te r)__________________
O ra d e 4, $1,320 t o $1,620; a verag e, $1,4 7 0 A ssista n t forem an o f la b orers______________
G ra d e 3, $1,200 t o $1,500; a verage, $1,3 5 0 M in o r m e c h a n ic ______ _____ _______ ________
G u a rd (w a t c h m a n )------------------------- -----------Sen ior la b o r e r ,. ______ _____ _________________
G ra d e 2, $1,080 t o $1,380; a vera g e, $1,2 3 0 J u n ior la b orer (c h a r w o m a n )_______________
J u n ior la b o r e r ......... - ........................................ ..
G ra d e 1, $600 to $840; average, $720—
J u n ior m e ssen g er...................................................

E s tim a te d
expen d itu res,
1929 a p p r o ­
p r ia tio n

$101, 260. 00

94,820

101, 260

94,820

79,417

6,440

I m p r o v in g B o ta n ic G a rd en —
R e p a ir s

and

im p r o v e m e n t s :

F or

p r o c u r in g

tre e s , s h r u b s , p la n ts , a n d s e e d s ;

m a n u re,

s o il,

t o o ls ,

p u r c h a s in g

m a te r ia ls a n d m is c e lla n e o u s s u p p lie s , in ­

c l u d i n g r u b b e r b o o t s a n d a p r o n s w h e n r e q u ir e d f o r u s e b y e m p l o y e e s in
c o n n e c t io n w it h t h e ir w o r k ; t r a v e lin g e x p e n s e s a n d p e r d ie m in lie u o f s u b ­
s is te n c e

o f th e

d ire c to r a n d

fa r e s n o t e x c e e d in g $ 2 5 ;
n e ctio n

w ith

r e p a ir s

h is a s s is t a n t s

n ot to

exceed

$475;

s tr e e t-c a r

o ffic e e q u ip m e n t a n d c o n t in g e n t e x p e n s e s in c o n ­

and

im p r o v e m e n ts

to

B o t a n ic

G arden ;

exch a n ge,

c a r e , a n d m a in t e n a n c e o f m o t o r tr u c k s ; [ p u r c h a s e a n d e x c h a n g e n o t e x ­
c e e d in g $ 1 ,5 0 0 , a n d m a in t e n a n c e a n d r e p a ir o f a m o t o r - p r o p e ll e d p a s s e n ­
g e r v e h ic le ;] p u r c h a s e o f b o t a n ic a l b o o k s , p e r io d ic a ls , a n d b o o k s o f r e fe r ­
en ce, n ot to ex ceed $ 10 0;

g e n e r a l r e p a ir s t o b u ild in g s , g r e e n h o u s e s , h e a t in g

a p p a r a tu s , p a c k in g sh e d s, s t o r e r o o m s , a n d s ta b le s ;
p a ir s t o fo o t w a lk s a n d r o a d w a y s ;
s a n it a r y
under

c o n d itio n ;

th e

( U. S. C

d ir e c t io n

re p a ir s a n d im p r o v e m e n t s t o
of

th e

J o in t

p a in t in g , g la z in g ;

re­

r e p a ir in g a n d p u t t i n g c o m f o r t s t a t io n s in
C o m m itte e

on

d i r e c t o r 's r e s i d e n c e ;
th e

L ib r a r y ,

a ll

[$ 4 7 ,8 0 0 ]

p . 1 3 0 1 , p . 2 1 7 ; a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l . 4 5 , p p . 5 2 7 , 5 2 8 ) _______________________________

71, 800. 00

47, 800. 00

[ F o r in s ta llin g e m e r g e n c y h e a t in g p ip e s a n d fo r t e m p o r a r y s u p p o r t s a n d re ­
p a ir s

in

th e

m a in

co n serv a tory ,

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 ,

to

be

im m e d ia t e ly

a v a ila b le ]

{ s a m e a c t s ) ------------------------ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------T h e su m

o f $ 3 0 0 m a y b e e x p e n d e d a t a n y o n e t im e b y t h e B o t a n ic G a r ­

d e n fo r th e p u r c h a s e o f p la n ts , tre e s , s h r u b s , a n d o th e r n u r s e ry s t o c k , w it h ­
o u t r e fe r e n c e t o s e c t io n 3 7 0 9 o f t h e R e v is e d S ta tu te s o f th e U n ite d S ta te s

(sa m e a d s ) .

1E siveof ad ition am n requ to m th p
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d al ou t ired eet e rovision of th act approvedM 2 ,1 2 , am d gth cla
s e
ay 8 9 8 en in e ssifica act of 1 2 .
tion
93



10, 000. 00

LEGISLATIVE ESTABLISHMENT

15

Estimates of appropriations required for the service of thejiscal year ending June 30, 1930—Continued
G e n e ra l o b je c t (title o f a p p r o p r ia tio n ), d a te o f acts, references t o S tatu tes at L arge, or t o R e v is e d S ta tu tes, a n d estim a ted
a m o u n t re q u ire d for ea ch d eta iled o b je c t

T o ta l am ou n t to be ap­
p r o p r ia te d u n d e r each
h ea d o f a p p r o p r ia tio n

A m o u n t a p p r o p r ia te d for
th e fiscal y ear e n d in g
J u n e 30, 1929

I m p r o v i n g B o ta n ic G a r d e n — C o n t i n u e d .

E s tim a te d
ex p e n d itu r e s,
1930 a p p r o ­
p r ia tio n

E s tim a te d
e x p e n d itu r e s,
1929 a p p r o ­
p ria tion

S upp lies a n d m a teria ls:
P eriod icals a n d b o o k s . . ..........................
M iscella n eou s m a teria ls a n d s u p p lie s ..

$100.00
10,000.00

$100.00
10,000.00

$47.21
7,741.41

T o t a l su p p lies a n d m a t e r ia ls .. . . . . ----------------

10,100.00

10,100.00

7 ,788.62

275.00
100.00
100.00
25.00

275.00
100.00
100.00
25.00

29.40
22.50
6.78
12.00

>0222
0284
02

0601
0630
0650
0610

T ra v e l ex p en ses:
R a ilw a y fares............ ............ ............
P e r d ie m in lie u o f s u b s is t e n c e .
C h a ir car f a r e ...................................
L o c a lt r a n s p o r t a t io n ......................

06

500.00

T ra n s p o r ta tio n o f th in g s (m a il a n d d e liv e r y s e r v ic e ).
R e p a irs an d a lte r a tio n s .....................................................

500.00 i

70.68

7,0 0 0 .0 0
23,0 00 .00

7 ,0 0 0.0 0 |
27,0 00 .00 |

6 ,488.37
17,788.34

T o t a l tra v el ex pen ses........... ..............................................

07
12

3012
3021

E xpended and
ob lig a te d , 1928

E q u ip m e n t :
T a b les, d esk s, a n d o th e r d e p o s it o r ie s .
B o ta n ic G a rd en s t o c k . ..............................

200.00
9 ,0 0 0 .0 0

200.00
11,000.00

89.90
11,447.09
11,536.99

30

T o t a l e q u ip m e n t.................... ....................... ......................

11,200.00

9 ,2 0 0.0 0 j

32

C a re a n d m a in ten a n ce o f P o p la r P o in t n u r s e ry ..

20,0 00 .00

4 ,0 0 0 .0 0 I

4 ,1 0 6.7 5
47,779.75
20.25

U n o b lig a te d b a la n c e .
57,800.00

71,800.00

T o t a l .............. ..................

T o ta l, B o t a n ic

47,800.00

G a r d e n __________________________________________________________________
L IB R A R Y

O F

$173, 060. 00

1 $142, 597. 00

719, 425. 00

633, 265. 00

C O N G R E S S

S a la r ie s , L ib ra ry o f C o n g ress—
F o r th e L ib r a r ia n , c h ie f a s s is ta n t lib r a r ia n , a n d
a c c o r d a n c e w ith

o th e r p e r s o n a l s e r v ic e s [ i n

th e c la s s ific a tio n a c t o f 1 9 2 3 ]

1 4 0 , 1 4 1 ; a c t s , M a y 6 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p . 1 9 7 ; M a y

( U . S . C ., p . 1 0 , s e c s . 1 3 6 ,
1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p . “

E s tim a te d
e x p e n d itu r e s,
1930 a p p r o ­
p ria tion

Salaries:
P ro fe s sio n a l and sc ie n tific se r v ice —
G r a d e 9, $9,0 0 0 L ib ra ria n of C o n g r e s s -------- -------- --------------G r a d e 7, $6,500 t o $7,500; a vera g e, $7,0 0 0 C h ie f assistant lib r a r ia n ----------- ----------------G r a d e 6, $5,600 t o $6,400; a verag e, $6,0 0 0 C h ie f lib ra ria n ___________ _____ ____________
G r a d e 5, $4,600 t o $5,200; a verag e, $4,9 0 0 -

E s tim a te d
e x p en d itu res,
1929 a p p r o ­
p ria tio n

E xpended and
o b lig a te d , 1928

Average—
No.
Salary

Average—
No.
Salary

Average—
No.
Salary

$10,000

1

$10,000

1

$7,500

1

6,500

1

6,500

1

6,000

3

5,933

3

5,733

3

5,333

10
S e n io r librarian (E u r o p e a n re p r e s e n ta t iv e ).
G r a d e 4, $3,800 t o $4, 400; a vera g e, $4,100—
L ib r a r ia n ...................... .......... ........ .............. ...............
G r a d e 3, $3,200 t o $3,700; a verage, $3,4 5 0 -

1

4,800

10

4,660

8
1

4,050
3,800

G r a d e 2, $2,600 to $3,100; average, $2,8 5 0 A s sis ta n t lib ra ria n _____ ____________________
G r a d e 1, $2,000 t o $2,500; a vera g e, $2,250—
J u n io r lib ra ria n .................. ...................................
S u b p rofession a l s e r v ice —
G r a d e 7, $2,300 to $2,800; a vera g e, $2,550—
P r in c ip a l lib ra ry a ssista n t-------------------------G r a d e 6, $2,000 t o $2,500; a vera g e, $2,2 5 0 S en ior lib ra ry a s s is t a n t -............... .....................
G r a d e 5, $1,800 t o $2,100; average, $1,9 5 0 L ib r a r y assistant....................................................
L ib r a r y assistant ( s u b m i t t e d )....... .................
G r a d e 4, $1,620 t o $1,920; averag e, $1,7 7 0 J u n io r library a s s is ta n t.—.................................
G r a d e 3, $1,440 t o $1,740; a vera g e, $1,590—
U n d e r lib ra ry a ssista n t....... .......... ........ ............
G r a d e 2, $1,260 t o $1,560; a vera g e, $1,410—
M i n o r lib ra ry a ssista n t.......................................
G r a d e 1, $1,020 t o $1,320; averag e, $1,170—
J jib r a r y a id __________ _____ — ............ ............
C le rica l, a d m in istr a tiv e , a n d fiscal se r v ice :
G r a d e 12, $4,600 t o $5,200; average, $4,900—
A d m in is t r a t iv e o ffice r.........................................
G r a d e 9, $3,200 to $3,700; a verag e, $3,450—
S en ior a d m in istr a tiv e a ssista n t......................
G r a d e 7, $2,600 t o $3,100; a verag e, $2,8 5 0 J u n io r a d m in is tr a tiv e a ssista n t......... .............

1

3,800

1

3,800

16

3,393

16

3,331

13

3,085

37

2,781

37

2,765

22

2,604

31

2,226

31

2,207

32

1,978

3

2,466

3

2,466

2

2,250

12

2,241 ;

12

2,200

11

2,016

18
8

1,930 !
1,800

18

1,930

20

1,788

28

1,733 ;

28

1,712

19

1,614

27

1,553

27

1,533

32

1,423

1,380 '

65

1,382

66

1,218

7

1,054

7

943

65
7

1,089

1

4,800

1

4,600

1

4,000

1

3,500

1

3,500

1

3,200

1

2,800

1

2,800

1

2,600

s e
ay 8 9 8 en in e
93
*E sive of addition am n requ to m th p ovision of th act approvedM 2 ,1 2 , am d gth classificationact of 1 2 .
xclu
al ou t ired eet e




16

THE BUDGET, 1930
Estimates oj appropriations required jor the service oj thejiscal year ending June 80, 1930—Continued

ou
otal am n to b ­ m t p riated
G era object (title of ap rop
en l
p riation d te of a re re ce to S tu a L rg o to R
), a
cts, fe n s ta tes t a e, r evised S tu an estimted Tp riaou t n ere ap Ath n ap ropr en for
ta tes, d
a
e fisca y
l ea din
g
rop ted u d ea
ch
am n req iredfo ea d
ou t u
r ch etailedobject
J n 3, 12
u e 0 99
h dof ap rop
ea
p riation

Salaries, Library oj Congress—

C o n tin u e d .

E s tim a ted
ex p en d itu res,
1930 a p p r o ­
p ria tion

S a la ries— C o n t in u e d .
C le rica l, a d m in is tr a tiv e , a n d fiscal se r v ice — C o n t d .
G ra d e 6, $2,300 to $2,800; a verage, $2,5 5 0 P rin cip a l c l e r k _____ _______ _____ _____ _____________
G ra d e 5, $2,000 to $2,500; average, $2,2 5 0 S en ior tra n s la to r______________ _____ _______________
G ra d e 4, $1,800 to $2,100; average, $1,9 5 0 C le r k ______________ _____ ______________________ _____
C le rk -ste n o g ra p h e r____________ _____________ ______
G ra d e 3, $1,620 to $1,920; average, $1,7 7 0 A ssista n t c l e r k _____ _____ ______ . _____ _____________
A ssista n t cle rk -ste n o g ra p h e r_______________________
G ra d e 2, $1,440 to $1,740; a verage, $1,590—
J u n ior c le r k -------------------- ------- ---------- . . -----------------J u n io r c le rk -ste n o g ra p h e r............................................................... ..
J u n io r c le r k -t y p is t .............. . ................ ..
G ra d e 1, $1,260 t o $1,560; a verag e, $1,410—
U n d e re le rk __________________ _____ __________________
U n d e r c le r k -tv p is t__________ _____ __________________
U n d e r p h o t o g r a p h e r ................................................. ..........
C u s t o d ia l service—
G r a d e 4, $1,320 to $1,620; a verag e, $1,4 7 0 H e a d m essen g er-------------------------------------------------------S en ior g u a r d -------------------------------------------------------------G r a d e 3, $1,200 to $1,500; a verage, $1,350—
' G u a r d .------- ----------------------------------------------------- -------- M es sen g er
..
_
_
G ra d e 1, $600 to $840; a verag e, $720^J u n io r m e s s e n g e r .. _________________ ______________

01

E s tim a ted
ex pen d itu res,
1929 a p p r o ­
p ria tion

E xpended and
ob lig a ted , 1928

Average—
Salary
No.

Average—
Salary
No.

Average—
Salary
No.

$2,600

1

1

$2,600

1

$2,400

2 ,200

2,150

2,060

1,935
1,965

1,935
1,905

1,817
1,820

1,800
1,680

1,800
1,633

1,650
1,620

1,620
1,587
1,530

1,620
1,553
1,545

1,455
1,440
1,410

1,365
1,320
1,380

1,403
1,395
1,380

1,245
1,217
1,260

1,560
1,380

1,560
1,380

1,440
1,200

1,380
1,345

1,380
1,345

600

600

719,425

689,665

4
26

1,140
1,096

320

T o t a l a vera g e n u m b e r o f e m p lo y e e s .............................
T o t a l sa la ries____________________________ ____________
T h e d ifferen ce b e tw e e n 1930 a n d 1929 is d u e to —
$6,480
R e a llo c a t io n _______. . . . ___________ ______ _
In crease in fo r c e ___ _____ __________ ______ _ - 14,400
8,8 8 0
In crea se in sa la ries_______________ ______ . . .
T o t a l in cre a se _______ __________________ . . . 29,760

C o p y r ig h t o ffic e :
F o r t h e R e g is te r o f C o p y r ig h t s ,

a s s is ta n t

r e g is te r ,

and

oth er

person al

s e r v i c e s [ i n a c c o r d a n c e w i t h t h e c l a s s i f i c a t i o n a c t o f 1 9 2 3 ] ( U S. C.f
.
p. 455, sec. 48; p. 10, secs. 136, 140, 141; act May 14, 1928, vol. 45,
p.

E s tim a te d
ex p e n d itu r e s,
1930 a p p r o ­
p r ia tio n

S a la ries:
P rofes sion a l a n d sc ie n tific service—
G ra d e 3, $3,200 t o $3,700; a verag e, $3,4 5 0 A s so cia te a t t o r n e y _____ _______________________
G r a d e 2, $2,600 t o $3,100; a v erag e, $2,8 5 0 A s sis ta n t a t t o r n e y ------------------ -------------------------S u b p ro fe ssio n a l se r v ice —
G r a d e 7, $2,300 t o $2,800; averag e, $2,5 5 0 P rin cip a l lib r a r y a s s is ta n t.-------- --------------------G r a d e 6, $2,000 to $2,500; a verage, $2,250—
S en ior lib r a r y a ssista n t____ _________ __________
G ra d e 5, $1,800 t o $2,100; a verag e, $1,9 5 0 L ib r a r y a ssista n t------- ----------------- ---------------------G r a d e 4, $1,620 t o $1,920; a verag e, $1,770—
J u n ior lib r a r y a ssista n t-----------------------------------G r a d e 3, $1,440 t o $1,740; a vera g e, $1,590—
U n d e r lib r a r y a s s is t a n t -------------- -------------------C le r ic a l, a d m in is tr a tiv e , a n d fiscal se r v ice :
G r a d e 13, $5,600 t o $6,400; a v erag e, $6,0 0 0 S en ior a d m in is tr a tiv e o ffice r ____________ _____
G ra d e 10, $3,500 t o $4,000; a vera g e, $3,7 5 0 J u n io r a d m in is t r a t iv e o ffice r _____ . . . . ________
G ra d e 9, $3,200 t o $3,700; a vera g e, $3,4 5 0 S en ior a d m in is t r a t iv e a ssista n t_________ _____
G r a d e 7, $2,600 to $3,100; a vera g e, $2,8 5 0 J u n io r a d m in is t r a t iv e a ssista n t........... ................
G r a d e 6, $2,300 to $2,800; a verag e, $2,550—
P rin cip a l c l e r k ......... ................................. .......... ........
P rin cip a l a c c o u n tin g a n d a u d itin g a s s is ta n t.
G r a d e 5, $2,000 t o $2,500; a v erag e, $2,250—
S en ior c l e r k --------- --------------- ---------- --------------------G ra d e 4, $1,800 t o $2,100; a verag e, $1,9 5 0 C le r k -------- --------------- --------- --------------------------- G r a d e 3, $1,630 t o $1,920; a v era g e, $1,7 7 0 A s sis ta n t c le r k .............................. ......................... ..
S e n io r ste n o g r a p h e r ....................................................




E s tim a te d
ex p en d itu res,
1929 a p p r o ­
p r ia tio n

E xpended and
o b lig a te d , 1928

Average—
No.
Salary

Average—
No.
Salary

Average—
No.
Salary

1

$3,500

1

$3,500

1

$3,200

1

2,900

1

2,900

1

2,700

2,200

1

2,300

1

2,300

1

5

2,140

5

2,100

5

1,908

4

1,935

4

1,905

3

1,755

5

1,692

5

1,680

4

1,548

12

1, 520

12

1,495

12

1,380

1

6,000

1

5,800

1

5,400

1

3 ,800

1

3,800

1

3,500

3,200

1

3,200

1

3

2,833

3

2,800

3

2,700

6
1

2,533
2 ,600

6
1

2.500
2.500

5
1

2 ,300
2 ,200

5

2,240

5

2,240

6

2,050

12

1,920

12

1,880

6 .5

1,860

20
1

1,731
1,860

20
1

1,723
1,800

12
2

1,580
1,680

$ 228, 560. 00

$209, 440. 00

LEGISLATIVE ESTABLISHMENT

17

Estimates oj appropriations required jor the service oj thejiscai year ending June 30, 1930—Continued
otal am n to b ­ m a rop
ount p
for
G eral object (title of ap rop
en
p riation d of a referen to S tu a L rge, or to R
), ate cts,
ces ta tes t a
evised S tu an estim ted Tp riaou t n ere ap A th fiscapy riatedin
ta tes, d
a
rop ted u d ea
ch
e l ea en g
r d
am n requ forea detailedobject
ou t ired
ch
h dof a p riation
ea p rop
J n 3 , 12
u e 0 99
S a la r ie s , L ib r a r y o f C o n g r e s s — C o n t i n u e d .

E s tim a te d
ex p en d itu res,
1929 a p p r o ­
p r ia tio n

E s tim a te d
ex p en d itu res,
1930 a p p r o ­
p r ia tio n

S a la rie s— C o n tin u e d .
C le rica l, a d m in istr a tiv e , a n d fisca l s e r v ice — C o n t d .
G ra d e 2, $1,440 to $1,740; a vera g e, $1,5 9 0 J u n io r c le r k _______ ____________________________ ______
J u n io r cle r k -t y p is t ............ ............ ............ ............ ..............
J u n io r s t e n o g r a p h e r _______ _______ ______ __________
G ra d e 1, $1,260 to $1,560; a verag e, $1,410—
U n d erclerk _____ __________________________ ______ ____
C u s t o d ia l service—
G ra d e 3, $1,200 to $1,500; a verag e, $1,350—
M e s s e n g e r . . ._____ ___________________________ ______ _
G ra d e 1, $600 to $840; a vera g e, $720—
J u n ior m essenger_________________________ _____ _____
T o t a l average n u m b e r o f e m p lo y e e s _______________
T o t a l salari«s________________ _______ __________ _____
T h e differen ce b e tw e e n 1930 a n d 1929 is d u e t o —
R e a llo c a t io n __________ _____ ___________ ______
$600
In crease in sa la ries___________ _______________ 3 ,020

10

1,320

9

1,200

2

1,320 j

2

1,260

2

1,020

1

720 j

1

660

1

600

122

122

107.5
182,960

224,940

228,560 ;
!
i
j

e m p lo y

com p eten t

person s to

in d e x e s , d ig e s t s ,

o th e r w is e , d a t a fo r o r b e a r in g u p o n

le g is la t io n , a n d t o r e n d e r s u c h d a t a s e r v ic e a b le t o
m itte e s a n d

1,380
1,320

1,326 !

C on gress to

b u lle tin s , a n d

2
7

10

g a t h e r , c la s s ify , a n d m a k e a v a ila b le , in t r a n s la t io n s ,
c o m p ila t io n s , a n d

Average—
Salary
No.
$1,459
22

Average—
Average—
Salary
Salary
No.
No.
$1,566 1 20
20
$1,590
2
1,560
2
1,560
7
1,560 1 7
1,440

T o t a l in crea se__________ ______ ____________ 3 ,620

L e g is la tiv e R e fe r e n c e S e r v ic e :
T o e n a b le t h e L ib r a r ia n o f

E xpended and
ob lig a ted , 1928

C on gress a n d co m ­

M e m b e r s t h e r e o f , in c lu d in g n o t t o e x c e e d $ 5 ,7 0 0 f o r e m ­

p lo y e e s e n g a g e d o n p ie c e w o r k a n d w o r k b y th e d a y o r h o u r a t ra te s t o
b e fix e d b y th e L ib r a r ia n

M ay

14,

( U . S . C ., p . 1 0 , s e c s . 1 3 6 , 1 4 0 , 1 4 1 , 1 5 0 ; a ct
$ 70 , 170. 00

1 9 ‘ 8, v o l 4 5 , p.
2

E s tim a te d
e x p en d itu res,
1930 a p p r o ­
p ria tion

S a la ries:
P rofes sion a l an d s c ie n tific se r v ice —
G ra d e 6, $5,600 to $6,400; a verag e, $6,0 0 0 S en ior lib ra ria n _____________________ ______
G ra d e 5, $4,600 t o $5,200; a vera g e, $4,9 0 0 A t t o r n e y _____________ _____________ _______
G ra d e 3, $3,200 to $3,700; a vera g e $3,4 5 0 A ssocia te lib ra ria n ____________ _____ _______
A ssociate a t to r n e y __________________________
G ra d e 2, $2,600 to $3,100; a v era g e $2,8 5 0 A ssista n t a t to r n e y ______ _____ ______ ______
A ssista n t lib ra ria n _____ ______ _____________
G ra d e 1, $2,000 t o $2,500; a vera g e $2,250—
J u n io r lib ra ria n _____________________________
S u b p rofession a l serv ice—
G r a d e 6, $2,000 t o $2,500; a v era g e, $2,2 5 0 S en ior lib ra ry a ssista n t____________________
G ra d e 4, $1,620 to $1,920; a vera g e, $1,7 7 0 J u n ior lib ra ry a ssista n t____________________
G r a d e 3, $1,440 t o $1,740; a v era g e, $1,590—
U n d e r lib ra ry a ssista n t------------------------------G r a d e 2, $1,260 t o $1,560; a vera g e, $1,4 1 0 M in o r lib ra ry a ssista n t_______ _____ _______
C le r ic a l, a d m in istr a tiv e , a n d fiscal se r v ice —
G r a d e 6, $2,300 t o $2,800; a v era g e, $2,5 5 0 P rin cip a l cle rk -s te n o g ra p h e r ...........................
G r a d e 5, $2,000 t o $2,500; a v era g e, $2,2 5 0 S en ior tra n sla tor____________________________
G r a d e 4, $1,800 t o $2,100; a verag e, $1,9 5 0 P h o to g r a p h e r__________________________ _____
G r a d e 3, $1,620 t o $1,920; a v era g e, $1,7 7 0 S en ior sten og ra p h er ......... .................................
G ra d e 2, $1,440 t o $1,740; a v era g e, $1,5 9 0 Sen ior t y p is t _____________ _____ ______ ______
T o t a l average n u m b e r o f e m p lo y e e s ----------------- T o t a l sa la ries.--------- --------------- ---------- -------------------S p e c ia l, t e m p o r a r y , a n d m is ce lla n e o u s serv ice, 5 t o 7
e m p lo y e e s________________________ _______________- - - - T o t a l personal s e r v ic e s __________________ _____ _________
T h e differen ce b e t w e e n 1930 a n d 1929 is d u e t o in ­
crease in salaries, $780.




E s tim a te d
ex p en d itu res,
1929 a p p r o ­
p r ia tio n

E xpen d ed and
o b lig a te d , 1928

Average—
Salary
No.

Average—
No.
Salary

Average—
No.
Salary

$6,000

$5,800

$5,400

4 ,800

4,600

4,000

3, 450
3.300

3,450
3.300

% 100

2,900
2 ,833

2,900
2,800

2,700
2,600

2 .300

2 .300

2,100

2 ,200

2,100

2,100

1, 770

1,740

1,605

1,480

1,480

3,150

1,346
1,140

1

2,6 0 0

1

2,600

1

2 ,0 0 0

1

2,000

1

2,040

1

2,040

2

1,770

2

1,740

2,400

1,920
1,800
1,500

64,550

63,770

5,620

5,620

60,108
3,487

6 ,5 5
30

$65, 210. 00

18

THE BUDGET, 1930
Estimates oj appropriations required for the service of thejiscal year ending June SO, 19S0—Continued

G en era l o b je c t (title o f a p p r o p r ia t io n ), d a te o f a cts, references t o S ta tu tes at L a rg e, or to R e v is e d S tatu tes, a n d estim a ted
a m o u n t re q u ire d for e a ch d e ta ile d o b je c t

T ota l am ount to be ap­
p r o p r ia te d u n d e r ea ch
h ea d o f a p p r o p r ia tio n

A m o u n t a p p r o p r ia te d for
th e fiscal y ea r e n d in
J u n e 30, 1929

S a la r ie s , L ib r a r y o f C o n g ress— C o n t i n u e d
D is tr ib u t io n

o f c a r d in d e x e s :

F o r th e d is t r ib u t io n o f c a r d in d e x e s a n d o t h e r p u b lic a t io n s o f th e L ib r a r y ,
in c lu d in g p e r s o n a l s e r v ic e s , fr e ig h t c h a r g e s
(n o t e x c e e d in g $ 5 0 0 ),
expressage,

p osta g e,

b u tio n ,

expenses

w ritte n

a u th o r ity

to exceed
w ork

bv

(U . S .
p. " " "

of

t r a v e lin g

expenses

a tte n d a n ce

and

d ir e c t io n

at

con n ected

m e e tin g s

o f th e

w ith

w hen

su ch

in c u r r e d

L ib r a r ia n , a n d

d is tr i­
on

th e

in c lu d in g

not

[ $ 2 8 , 0 0 0 ] $ 3 2 ,0 0 0 f o r e m p l o y e e s e n g a g e d o n p i e c e w o r k a n d
th e d a y

p.

o r h o u r a t ra tes to

1 0, secs.

136,

140,

141,

b e fi^ e d

b v t h e L i b r a r i a n ; in a ll

IS O ; a ct M a y

1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 ,
$144, 570. 00

E s tim a te d
ex p en d itu res,
1930 a p p r o ­
p ria tion

Average—
No.
Salary

.

1

$5,000

1

$5,000

1

3,400

1

3,300

1

$4,600

5

2,760

5

2,740

6

2,616

3

2,133

3

2,100

3

1,940

3

2,066

3

2,033

3

1,860

10

1,926

10

1,902

8

1,800

.

5

1,716

5

1,692

3

1,600

.

4

1,590

4

1,590

2

1,530

.

3

1,380

3

1,380

2

1

2,500

1

2,500

1

.

2

1,950

2

1,950

2

1,860

1

1,740

1

1,740

1

1,560

1
1

1,680
1,620

1
1

1,680
1,620

1
1

1,560
1,440

13

1,375

13

1,371

14

1,213

7

1,277

7

1,260

7

1,063

.

T o t a l p erson a l se r v ice s ------ --------------------------- -------- —
T h e differen ce b e tw e e n 1930 a n d 1929 is d u e to—
In crease in lu m p s u m _________________ ____ $4,000
In crease in sa la ries...................... ............ ............
940

T em p ora ry

Average—
No.
Salary

.

T o t a l average n u m b e r o f e m p l o y e e s . . . . ......... ........
T o t a l salaries----- ------------------- ---------------------------------S p ecia l t e m p o r a r y a n d m is cella n eou s serv ice, in ­
clu d in g w o rk b y th e h o u r ____ ______ _______________

T o t a l in cre a se............. . .......... ............ . . ..........

E xpended and
o b lig a te d , 1928

Average—
No.
Salarp

Salaries:
P rofession al a n d sc ie n tific se r v ice —
G ra d e 5, $4,600 t o $5,200; average $4,9 0 0 L ib r a r ia n ------------------------- --------------------------G ra d e 3, $3,200 to $3,700; a verage, $3,450—
A ssocia te 1i b ra r ia n .......................................... G ra d e 2, $2,600 to $3,100; average, $2,8 5 0 A s sis ta n t lib r a r ia n ........... .............. ...................
G ra d e 1, $2,000 to $2,500; a verage, $2,250—
J u n io r lib ra ria n ...................................................
S u b p rofession a l s erv ice—
G ra d e 6, $2,000 t o $2,500; a verage, $2,2 5 0 S en ior lib r a r y a s s is ta n t....................................
G ra d e 5, $1,800 t o $2,100; a verage, $1,9 5 0 L ib r a r y a ssista n t___________________________
G ra d e 4, $1,620 to $1,920; a verage, $1,7 7 0 J u n ior lib r a r y a ssista n t____________________
G ra d e 3, $1,440 t o $1,740; averag e, $1,590—
U n d e r lib r a r y a ssista n t______________ _____ _
G ra d e 2, $1,260 t o $1,560; average, $1,4J0—
M in o r lib r a r y a ssista n t__________________ _
C lerica l, a d m in istr a tiv e , a n d fiscal se r v ice —
G ra d e 6, $2,300 t o $2,800; a verage, $2,5 5 0 P rin cip a l c le r k ---------------- -------- -------------------G ra d e 4, $1,800 t o $2,100; average, $1,9 5 0 A c c o u n t in g a n d a u d itin g a ssista n t-----------G ra d e 3, $1,620 t o $1,920; a verage, $1,7 7 0 A s sis ta n t c le r k _______ ______ _______________
G ra d e 2, $1,440 t o $1,740; average, $1,5 9 0 J u n io r c le r k _________________________________
J u n ior c le r k -t y p is t ............ ........... .......................
G ra d e 1, $1,260 t o $1,560; a verage, $1,410—
U n d e r c le rk ......... ............ ................ .......................
C u s to d ia l se r v ice —
G ra d e 3, $1,200 t o $1,500; average, $1,3 5 0 M es sen g er____________ ______________________

E s tim a t e d
ex p e n d itu r e s,
1929 a p p r o ­
p r ia tio n

$131, 490. 00

61

;

1 ,290
2,2 0 0

55

61
112,570

111,630

32,000

28,000

26,000

144,570

139,630

118,010

92,010

4,940

s e r v ic e s :

F o r s p e c ia l a n d t e m p o r a r y s e r v ic e , in c lu d in g e x t r a s p e c ia l s e r v ic e s o f r e g ­
u l a r e m p l o y e e s , a t r a t e s t o b e f i x e d b y t h e L i b r a r i a n ( £ / . S . C ., p . 1 0 f
s e c s . 1 4 0 , 1 4 1 ; a c t M a y 1 4 i 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p . 5 2 8 ) _________________________________
(1) I t is n o t fea sib le at th is tim e t o e s tim a te th e n u m b e r o f p erson s t o b e e m p l o y e d a n d th e ra te o f
c o m p e n s a t io n to ea ch .
T h e n u m b e r in crea ses a n d d im in is h e s a s t h e n e c e s s ity req u ires,
(2 ) D u r in g th e fisca l y e a r e n d in g J u n e 30, 1928, th e fo llo w in g n u m b e r o f p e r so n s w ere e m p lo y e d at
th e ra tes o f c o m p e n s a t io n in d ic a t e d b e lo w :

E s tim a te d
e x p en d itu res,
1930 a p p r o ­
p ria tion

E s tim a te d
e x p e n d itu r e s,
1929 a p p r o ­
p r ia tio n

E xpended and
o b lig a te d , 1928

No.
A s s is ta n t____________ _____________ ____ _______per a n n u m .
A s s is ta n t........... .......... . . .............. .............. . . . .......... per d i e m . .
A s s is ta n t ____________ __________ _________________p er h o u r .
A g r e e d p rice for a certa in p ie ce o f w o rk , $100...................

0 T p a services______ ___________
1 otal erson l




Average—
Salary

18 $ 1 ,680-$12.00
3
4. 50-2.83
3
1 .1 0 - . o l
1
100

$
3,ooa0
0

$ ,0 0 0
3 0 .0

2 9 .0
,9 9 6

3, 000. 00

3 , 000.00

LEGISLATIVE ESTABLISHMENT

19

Estimates of appropriations required for the service of the fiscal year ending June SO, 1930—Continued
otal am n to be a ­ m
ou p riatedfor
G eral object (title of ap rop
en
p riation d of a referen to S tu a L rg o to R
), ate cts,
ces ta tes t a e, r evised S tu an estim ted Tp riaou t n er eap Ath ntap ropr en in
ta tes, d
a
rop ted u d ch
e fisca yea d g
l
am n requ forea d
ou t ired
ch etailedobject
h dof ap rop
ea
p riation
J n 3 , 12
u e 0 99
S a la r ie s , L ib r a r y o f C o n g ress— C o n t i n u e d
I n d e x t o S t a te le g is la t io n :
T o e n a b le t h e L ib r a r ia n
la tio n

o f th e

o f C on gress to p rep a re an

s e v e r a l S ta te s , t o g e t h e r w ith

a

in d e x

to

th e

le g is ­

s u p p le m e n ta l d ig e s t

of

th e m o r e im p o r t a n t le g is la t io n , a s a u t h o r iz e d a n d d ir e c t e d b y t h e a c t
e n t it e d “ A n A c t p r o v id i n g f o r t h e p r e p a r a t io n o f a b ie n n ia l in d e x t o
S t a te le g is la t io n ,'
a p p r o v e d F e b r u a r y 1 0 , 1 9 2 7 ( U . S . C ., S u p p . / ,
p . 4t se cs . 1 6 4 , 1 6 5 ), i n c l u d i n g p e r s o n a l a n d o t h e r s e r v i c e s w it h i n a n d
w ith o u t th e

D is tr ic t o f C o lu m b ia

(in c lu d in g n o t t o e x c e e d $ 2 ,5 0 0 f o r

s p e c ia l a n d t e m p o r a r y s e r v ic e a t ra te s t o b e fix e d b y th e L ib r a r ia n ),
t r a v e l, n e c e s s a r y m a t e r i a l a n d a p p a r a t u s , p r in tin g a n d b in d in g in c i­

d e n t t o th e w o r k o f c o m p i l a t i o n , s t a t i o n e r y , a n d i n c i d e n t a l s ( U . S . C . t
S u p p . I , p . 4 , s e c s . 1 6 4 , 1 6 5 ; a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 $ , p . <

E s tim a te d
ex p en d itu re s,
1930 a p p r o ­
p ria tio n

S a la ries:
P rofes sion a l a n d sc ie n tific se r v ice —
G r a d e 5, $4,600 t o $5,200; a verag e, $4,9 0 0 L ib ra ria n .................... ............ ...............................
G ra d e 3, $3,200 to $3,700; a vera g e, $3,4 5 0 A s so cia te lib ra ria n ______________ ______ ___
G ra d e 2, $2,600 to $3,100; a v era g e, $2,8 5 0 A s sis ta n t lib ra ria n .......... ........................... .........
S u b p ro fe ssio n a l serv ice—
G ra d e 6, $2,000 to $2,500; a v era g e, $2,2 5 0 S e n io r lib ra ry a ssista n t____________________
G ra d e 5, $1,800 to $2,100; a vera g e, $1,9 5 0 L ib r a r y assistant___________________________
C le rica l, a d m in istr a tiv e , a n d fiscal se r v ice —
G ra d e 3, $1,620 to $1,920; a vera g e, $1,7 7 0 A s sis ta n t c le r k ...................... .............. ..................
G ra d e 2, $1,440 to $1,740; a verag e, $1,590—
J u n io r c l e r k . - . .................................. ............ ..

E s tim a te d
ex p en d itu res,
1929 a p p r o ­
p r ia tio n

Average—
No.
Salary

15, 0 00 . 0 0

15, 0 00 . 0 0

Average—
No.
Salary
$3,800

1

$4,800

1

$4,600

2

3,200

2

3,200

1

3,000

4

2,750

4

2,675

2

2,400

2,200

1

2,100

0 .5

1,860

1,920

1

1,860

0 .5

1,680

0 .5

1,740

1,680

0 .5

1,500

1,500

1,440

0 .5

1,320

T o t a l average n u m b e r o f e m p lo y e e s*
T o t a l s a la r ie s ___ ______ _______ _______
S p e cia l a n d te m p o r a r y s e r v i c e . . . ............

29,560
2,500

28, 780
2,500

T o t a l p ersonal s e r v ic e s ...........................
S p e cia l an d m iscella n eou s ex p e n s e s..

32,060
1,220

1,220

2,120

T o t a l . . . . ............. .............. ..................................................
T h e differen ce b e tw e e n 1930 a n d 1929 is d u e t o in ­
crease in salaries, $780.

01
13

$30, 000. 00

E xpend ed and
o b lig a te d , 1928

Average—
No.
Salary

$33, 280. 00

33,280

32,500

15,000

12,880

S u n d a y o p e n in g :
T o e n a b le th e L ib r a r y o f C o n g r e s s t o b e k e p t o p e n fo r r e fe r e n c e u se o n
S u n d a y s a n d o n h o lid a y s w it h in th e d is c r e t io n o f t h e L ib r a r ia n , in ­
c lu d in g th e e x t r a s e r v ic e s o f e m p lo y e e s a n d th e s e r v ic e s o f a d d it io n a l
e m p lo y e e s u n d e r t h e L ib r a r ia n , a t r a te s t o

b e fix e d b y

th e L ib r a r ia n

( U . S . C . , p . 1 0 , s e c s . 1 4 0 , 1 4 1 ; a c t M a y 1 4 , 1 9 2 8 , v o l. 4 5 , p . 5 2 8 ) _____________
i
E s tim a te d
e x p en d itu res,
1929 a p p r o p r ia tio n

E s tim a te d
ex p e n d itu r e s,
192S a p p r o ­
pr ia tio n

Average-—
No.
Salary

Avergae—
No.
Salary

I n ch a rg e ___________ _____________ _____ _________ p e r d i e m . .
A s s is t a n t _______ _____ ____________ __________ _________ d o ____
A s s is ta n t ______ __________________ ___________ _________ d o ____
A s s is ta n t __________ _________________________ ______ . d o . . .
A s sis ta n t, $2 to $10_________ __________ _______________d o ____

1
1
2
2
53

1
1
2
2
53

T ota l n u m b er e m p l o y e e s _
_
- ___ - ___________
T o ta l p ersonal s e r v ic e s ................ ......................... - - ...... - -

59

01

1 $7.00 1
1 3 .7 5
1 2.50
1 2.00

1 $7.00
13.75
1 2.50
1 2.00

59
15,000.00

E xpended and
o b lig a te d , 1927

Average—
No.
Salary
1
1 $7.00
1
1 3 .75
2
2
51

1 2.5 0
‘ 2 .00

57
15,000.00

13,639.00

* Serv e fiv e-eig h th s o f a d a y .
N o t e .— T he basis o f th e co m p e n s a t io n is the rate p a id in the p a rticu la r p o s itio n o n the reg u la r w o rk in g
r o l l p lu s a n a llow a n ce re c o g n iz in g the fa ct th a t th e se r v ice is for S u n d a y a n d h o lid a y . T h e a b o v e is th e
m a x im u m n u m b e r e m p lo y e d a t a n y o n e tim e . T h is n u m b e r decreases w h e n the n e e d o f the service p erm its.
T o t a l s a la r ie s , L ib r a r y o f C o n g r e s s

( e x c l u s i v e o f b u i l d i n g ) _____________________________________

1, 2 1 4 , 0 0 5 . 0 0

1 E x c lu s iv e o f a d d it io n a l a m o u n t r e q u ir e d t o m e e t th e p r o v is io n s o f th e a ct a p p r o v e d M a y 28, 1928, a m e n d in g t h e cla s sific a tio n a c t o f 1923.




11, 087, 405.

00

20

THE BUDGET, 1930
Estimates oj appropriations required jor the service oj thejiscai year ending June 30, 1930— Continued

G eneral o b je c t (title o f a p p r o p r ia tio n ), d a te o f acts, references t o