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THE BUDGET
OF THE

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
ENDING JUNE 30

1946

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON : 1945

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
BUDGET MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT

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CHARTS

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BUDGET R£SUM1S
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I. SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES:

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Budget summary of receipts and expendituresBudget summary of appropriations and other authorizations
Summary of payments to and receipts from the public
Receipts of general and special accounts
Appropriations and expenditures of general and special accounts (by function and organization unit)
Appropriations and expenditures of general and special accounts (by organization unit and appropriation
title)
Reappropriations of unobligated balances of general and special accounts
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Contract authorizations and appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations
Net expenditures of Government corporations and credit agencies
Limitations on certain loans and expenses of Government corporations and credit agencies
Receipts of trust accounts
Appropriations and expenditures of trust accounts

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A4
A5
A6
A15
A25
A71
A73
A74
A75
A76
A81

II. DETAILED ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS:

Legislative branch
The Judiciary
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Executive Office of the President and independent offices
Federal Security Agency
Federal Works Agency
National Housing Agency
Department of Agriculture
Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior
Department of Justice
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Department of Labor. Navy Department
Post Office Department
Department of State
Treasury Department
War Department—Civil functions and Panama Canal
General Public Works Program
District of Columbia

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39
119
169
187
209
337
379
523
545
561
563
581
601
641
655
703

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PART III. GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS AND CREDIT AGENCIES: Statements of cash receipts and expenditures

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APPENDIXES:

Appendix
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Appendix

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Explanation of the Budget contents
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Explanation of the estimates of receipts
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Summary of cash operations of the United States Treasury
Analysis of the public debt
Contingent liabilities of the United States, June 30, 1944
Permanent appropriations, general and special accounts
Comparison of expenditures by organization units, fiscal years 1938 through 1944
Unexpended balances of general and special account appropriations as of June 30, 1944, and appropriations for the
fiscal year 1945 as of Nov. 1, 1944
Appendix 9. Receipts and expenditures, general and special accounts, fiscal years 1937 through 1946
Appendix 10. The Government's Budget and the Nation's Budget
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BUDGET MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT
To the Congress of the United States:

I am transmitting the Budget for the fiscal year 1946 as fighting
all over the globe reaches a climax of fury. We on the home front
must back our fighting men and women to the limit. That is our
supreme duty. At the same time we must look ahead. We must be
ready to throw our whole effort into the campaign against Japan as
fast as the war in Europe permits. And finally, we must begin plans
to transform an all-out war economy into a full-employment peace
economy whenever demobilization becomes possible. Programs for
all these developments must be considered in budget planning for a
period that extends over 18 months.
We must make sure that our armed forces can plan their procurement programs for continuing global war. I shall transmit detailed
recommendations for war appropriations by early spring, in time for
the Congress to act on these requests before the beginning of the new
fiscal year. I estimate now that 73 billion dollars of appropriations
and authorizations will be needed for war purposes for the fiscal
year 1946.
If the war develops favorably, unobligated balances of war appropriations no longer required for authorized purposes will be placed in
reserve and reported to the Congress for repeal or other action under
the provisions of present law.
Actual expenditures of the Federal Government depend largely on
the course of the war. I have not made in the past, and I shall not
now make, any prediction concerning the length of the war. My
only prediction is that our enemies will be totally defeated before we
lay down our arms. Depending on various assumptions which may
reasonably be made with respect to the course of the war, estimates
of war expenditures for the fiscal year 1946 range from less than 60
to more than 80 billion dollars. I propose to use 70 billion dollars
as a tentative estimate of war expenditures for the fiscal year 1946.
I repeat, however—the rate of actual spending must depend on developments on the battlefronts.
For purposes other than war, I am recommending appropriations,
in*general and special accounts, to cover estimated expenditures of
13 billion dollars.
^ Total appropriations and authorizations (including reappropriations and permanent appropriations) for war and other purposes

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reached a peak of 128 billion dollars for the last complete fiscal year
that ended June 30, 1944; 97 billion dollars have been appropriated
for the current fiscal year; and I estimate now that 87 billion dollars
will be recommended to the Congress for tbe next fiscal year.
Total expenditures for war and other purposes (in general and
special accounts and net outlays of Government corporations, excluding debt retirement) were 95 billion dollars during the fiscal year 1944;
they are now estimated at 100 billion dollars for the current fiscal
year; and, on the basis of the tentative estimates of war expenditures,
they will be 83 billion dollars during the fiscal year 1946.
I propose no substantial change in tax legislation at this time.
Revenues are expected to decline somewhat under the influence of the
estimated decline in expenditures. The Federal debt is estimated to
reach 252 billion dollars on June 30, 1945, and 292 billion dollars
12 months later.
The 1946 Budget is summarized in charts and tables following this
Message. In the subsequent sections I comment on appropriations,
expenditures, and revenues under existing legislation, and make suggestions for future legislation.
T H E WAR PROGRAM
EXPENDITURES FOR THE WAR PROGRAM

Early in the war we had the threefold task of building up a new
munitions industry in this country, producing the equipment and
means of transportation for our expanding armed forces, and aiding
our Allies in their resistance against the aggressors. The record today
shows that we have spent 28 billion dollars since July 1, 1940, to
build munitions factories, cantonments, depots, hospitals, war housing,
and for other war construction. Three times the total strength of
our Army and Navy at the time of Pearl Harbor is now fighting or
deployed overseas. Thirty-six billion dollars of lend-lease aid have
been furnished in goods and services to our Allies, who in turn have
aided us with approximately 4.5 billion dollars worth of goods and
services.
We have now substantially completed our war construction. Expenditures for war construction, which in the fiscal year 1943 reached
a peak of 12.7 billion dollars, are now down to an annual rate of about
2.5 billion dollars. The development of new weapons and increased
need for ammunition still require some new plants and equipment, but
total outlays for war construction are declining, as shown in the following table:




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WAR EXPENDITURES FOR FISCAL YEARS 1941-1945

Including net outlays of Government corporations
[In billions]
1941

Type of expenditure

1942

1943

1944

$2.3

$12.7

$42.3

$55.6

$53.8

0.8
1.4

4.1
3.5

6.7
6.0

2.6
2.0

1.3
0.9

Total war construction and war plant

2.2

7.6

12.7

4.6

2.2

2

2.2

8.0

20.1

29.5

33.0

6.7

28.3

75.1

89.7

89.0

Munitions, including ships

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War construction and war plant:
Industrial plant and equipment
Nonindustrial and military construction

Pay, subsistence, and other nonmunitions
Total war expenditures.._

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1945 1

1 Revised estimate.
Including agricultural lend-lease and other civilian war activities.

2

We have also substantially completed the initial equipment of the
Army and Navy and their Air Forces. Although we have now a
Merchant Marine four times its pre-war tonnage, the terrific strain of
global war makes necessary some further addition to the cargo and
tanker fleet.
Our forces engaged in battles in Europe and Asia expend munitions
at a prodigious rate. The main job now is that of replenishing
equipment and supplies and of providing our fighting men with the
most up-to-date weapons which can be contrived. Some weapons of
which we had sizable inventories only a few months ago must now
be produced in increased quantities. More than one-fourth of present
war production is in critical items. Untimely relaxation in war
production spells greater sacrifice in human lives and delays victory.
Expenditures for pay and subsistence of the armed forces still are
increasing because of the higher pay for a larger number of soldiers
and sailors stationed overseas. Expenditures for mustering-out
payments are also increasing as a result of the considerable turn-over
in our forces.
The war expenditure estimate for the fiscal year 1946 also provides
for continuance of subsidies paid out of funds of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation to assure w^ar output and to stabilize the
cost of living. It excludes payments of the Department of Agriculture for the farm price support and related agricultural programs
which are discussed elsewhere in this Budget. No allowance is made
either for possible addition of new subsidy programs or for discon-

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tinuance or reduction of existing programs, although I hope that a
reduction will become possible. In accordance with legislation
enacted by the last Congress, I shall submit detailed recommendations for these programs at a later date.
War expenditures are expected to decline in the fiscal year 1946;
our war construction and initial military equipment are substantially
complete, and our supply lines have been filled. The extent of that
decline depends on the course of the war. The composition of war
expenditures will change considerably in any case.
There has been overoptimistic speculation about the possible cut
in war expenditures when major hostilities in Europe end and our
main efforts are concentrated on the Japanese campaign. We should
make a great mistake if, in our military and budgetary planning, we
underestimate the task of defeating Japan. Japan now occupies
twice the area which was held by the Nazis in Europe at the peak of
their power, an area as large as the continental United States.
The population now under Japanese control is more than three times
the population of the United States.
The supply lines to the Pacific and Asiatic theater are two and
three times the distance to Europe, and the turn-around time for ships
has been two-thirds greater. As the battle against Japan mounts,
more cargo will have to be shipped over greater distances.
Our task in Europe will not end with the cessation of hostilities
there. The war will not be won unless we accept our share of responsibility for the administration of occupied territories and for relief
and rehabilitation in the liberated areas. Expenditures for these
tasks are part of the war Budget.
APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE WAR PROGRAM

The uncertainties of war require that the budgets of the military
agencies be sufficiently large and flexible to permit them to meet all
demands that may arise. Adequate appropriations and contract
authorizations enable the war agencies to make commitments and to
place procurement contracts far enough ahead for industry to plan the
various stages of production. On the other hand, we should, of course,
also be prepared to adjust our war programs downward if the development of the war allows.
The Congress has placed administrative controls in the Executive
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ing June 30, 1945, to limit personnel in the Federal agencies and has
reinforced them by requesting reports on unobligated balances of
war appropriations.
There is a considerable time lag between the legislative authorization or appropriation for war supply, the obligation or placement of
orders with contractors, and the final payment on delivery of finished
munitions. The huge authorizations and appropriations voted by the
Congress in the early years of the war enabled the war agencies to
place munitions contracts for later delivery. We are now paying for
deliveries under these contracts. Unliquidated obligations for the
war program totaled 100 billion dollars at the beginning of the fiscal
year 1944; they had been reduced at the end of November 1944 to
about 66 billion dollars by payment or, in some cases, by cancelation.
Appropriations and authorizations for war purposes, in the general
and special accounts, for 'the fiscal year 1944 were 120 billion dollars.
For the fiscal year 1945, they declined to 85 billion dollars, and for
the | fiscal year 1946 are now tentatively estimated at 73 billion
dollars. These totals include reappropriations and contract authorizations required for new obligations. The total war program,
measured by such appropriations and authorizations together with
net commitments of Government corporations for the fiscal years
1941 through 1946, will total 450 billion dollars, as shown in the following table:
THE

WAR

PROGRAM

[In billions]
Cumulative from July 1,
1940, to—
Description
June 30,
1945
Authorizations:
Appropriations
Unliquidated contract authorizations
Net commitments of Reconstruction Finance Corporation and affiliates *
Total authorizations

$362. 7
13.1
16.5

Unobligated balances and unliquidated obligations at end of period

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449.7

279.4
9.4

Expenditures:
General and special accounts
Reconstruction Finance Corporation and affiliates (net)

$423.4
11.1
15.2

392.3

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Total expenditures

June 30,
1946

348.8
10.0

288.8

358.8

103.5

90.9

* Gross commitments less withdrawals and cancelations, and less receipts from rents, repayments, and
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The estimated appropriations and authorizations for war for the
fiscal year 1946 are composed of 59 billion dollars of new appropriations
and authorizations, and 14 billion dollars of reappropriations of funds
previously appropriated for war but not yet obligated. Unobligated
balances of prior-year appropriations and authorizations to the Maritime Commission are adequate to carry out the merchant ship construction program as now approved. Detailed recommendations for
most war activities will be transmitted in the spring.
These tentative estimates of appropriations include provisions
for continuing lend-Iease aid to our Allies. They are based on the
assumption that the Lend-Lease Act will be reenacted prior to its
expiration on June 30, 1945.
About one-sixth of present war outlays are for lend-lease and for
relief and rehabilitation. We shall continue to provide lend-lease,
and our Allies to provide reciprocal aid, to the full extent necessary
to win the war. Lend-lease has been and will be an instrument of
war; it will be liquidated with the end of the war. But when the
war draws to a close in any theater, it may become urgently necessary
for us to assist in relieving distress in the liberated areas. Appropriations to the War Department make some provision for civilian
supply in territories occupied by the Army, but only to the extent
necessary in the interest of military operations. For relief and
rehabilitation after the battle lifts, the Congress has already authorized 1,350 million dollars as the contribution of the United States
to the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. To
date, appropriations of 450 million dollars and transfer authorizations from lend-lease of 350 million dollars have been made as our
share for immediate needs under this program. If the appropriated
amount proves inadequate, we must take additional measures, in
cooperation with the other United Nations, to make sure that the
peoples of the liberated countries have essential relief from the
devastation of war.
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES FOR OTHER THAN WAR
ACTIVITIES
AFTERMATH-OF-WAR

In last year's Budget Message, I indicated the inevitable increase
of expenditures in the aftermath-of-war category, particularly expenditures for war veterans, interest on the public debt, and tax
refunds. Total expenditures for these purposes are increasing from




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1.6 billion dollars in 1939 to an estimated 7.2 billion dollars in the
current fiscal year, and will probably amount to 9.8 billion dollars in
the next fiscal year. This increase arises directly out of the war.
The 1946 total is larger than the whole Federal Budget 5 years ago.
Veterans1 pensions and benefits.—Although the full impact of the
veterans' program will not be felt uotil the years following demobilization, the total estimated requirements for 1946 of 2,623 million dollars
represent about 20 percent of the total appropriations for other than
direct war purposes. They are more than double the total appropriated for the veterans' program in the current fiscal year.
Additional appropriations for the current fiscal year will become
necessary to cover increased pension costs occasioned by losses in
service; to conform with recent legislation increasing coverage and
liberalizing payments to veterans of former wars and to their dependents; and to carry out the provisions of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944. The estimated supplemental appropriations
include these items.
Pension costs during the fiscal year 1946 are expected to increase
sharply to a total of 1,080 million dollars, and the costs of education,
readjustment allowances, and loan guarantees to 295 million dollars.
In addition, 1,000 million dollars are provided for losses resulting
from the hazards of the war among holders of national service life
insurance policies and 85 million dollars for construction and reconditioning of hospital facilities. This hospital construction program
(shown in the Budget under General Public Works), together with
Army facilities later to be made available to the Veterans' Administration, may ultimately provide 300,000 beds.
The time and rate of demobilization will greatly affect the expansion
of education, readjustment allowance, loan guarantee, and rehabilitation activities of the Veterans' Administration. The number of
veterans of the present war will increase until at full tide these
veterans will constitute one-tenth of the population and almost onefourth of the labor force. The responsibility which we are assuming
for their jobs, education, medical care, and financial assistance makes
it increasingly essential that these programs for veterans be integrated
with other programs of like nature affecting the whole Nation.
Interest.—Interest on the public debt is estimated to rise next
year by 750 million dollars to 4,500 million dollars. This rise reflects
entirely the current increase in the outstanding debt. No change is
anticipated in the low interest rates at which the war is being financed.

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Tax refunds.—Refunds of taxes are expected to require a total of
2,725 million dollars, an increase of 556 million dollars over the fiscal
year 1945. About 1 billion dollars of this total will consist of repayments to wage and salary earners of withholdings in excess of tax
liabilities. Another billion dollars reflects the issuance of post-war
bonds which cover the refundable 10 percent of the excess profits tax.
Other corporate tax refunds are due to the recomputation of the
special amortization allowances for emergency facilities certified to be
no longer necessary for war production, and to the carry-back provisions of the corporate income and excess profits tax laws. The refunds arising from these provisions for corporate tax relief will reach
full volume only in future years.
AGRICULTURE

Agricultural production has continued at record levels for 3
successive war years. Farm income has been more than 135 percent
of parity throughout the period. To assure continued production at
a high level, I recommend appropriations for the Department of Agriculture, including the War Food Administration, of 512 million dollars. Although this is considerably less than has been appropriated
in the fiscal year 1945, the amount available, after adjustment for
unused balances, reappropriations, and transfers, will not be substantially less than the amount being used for agricultural purposes in
this fiscal year. The appropriations include provision for the Agricultural Adjustment Agency, the Soil Conservation Service, the Farm
Security Administration, the exportation and domestic consumption
of agricultural commodities, the administration of the Sugar Act,
and research and other long-established functions of the Department
of Agriculture. They do not include provision for potential net expenditures of either the Commodity Credit Corporation or the Federal
Crop Insurance Corporation. Of the 512 million dollars recommended, 10 million dollars for the War Food Administration are designated for war activities and 10 million dollars are for General Public
Works.
Anticipating the needs of returning war veterans and the desirability of providing adequate assistance to small, low-income farmers,
I recommend that the borrowing authority of the Farm Security
Administration be increased from 67 to 125 million dollars for rural
rehabilitation and from 15 to 50 million dollars for the tenant purchase program. I recommend that the borrowing authority of the




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Rural Electrification Administration be increased from 25 to 150
million dollars in order to permit the extension of electricity to at
least part of the 6 million rural families now without such service.
I have already given my approval to a recommendation of the War
Food Administrator for an increase of 2 billion dollars in borrowing
authority of the Commodity Credit Corporation. I shall recommend
appropriations for financing the revived program for crop insurance
in the very near future.
This agricultural budget is a wartime budget. It does not fully
reflect desirable long-time objectives. In the future, we must develop
a program to eliminate malnutrition and rural poverty. The Government is committed to support agricultural prices to farmers at a fair
level for 2 years after the war. Farmers and the Nation as a whole
must be protected from heavy fluctuations in agricultural prices and
income, and this must be accomplished without the accumulation of
unmanageable surpluses. So long as a large number of people have
an inadequate diet, we cannot have a true surplus of agricultural
production. We can have only too much of the wrong things.
SOCIAL SECURITY, RETIREMENT, AND EDUCATION

Social security.—Appropriations for administration and grants
under the social security program are estimated at 494 million dollars
for the fiscal year 1946, an increase of 14 million dollars over the
fiscal year 1945. This increase is largely for higher grants to match
payments of the States under the Social Security Act.
I hope that the Congress will give early consideration to extension
and improvement of our social security system and will reexamine the
financial basis of the program.
Retirement funds.—Appropriations for the Government employees'
retirement funds are estimated at 247 million dollars for the fiscal year
1946, an increase of 50 million dollars over the current fiscal year.
This will reduce the previously accrued liabilities of the Government
to these trust funds and will also provide for an increase in the number
of employees- currently acquiring benefit rights.
Education.—As a part of the Budget for the fiscal year 1946, I am
recommending reorganization of the basic structure of the Office of
Education. This reorganization will facilitate service to the States in
the development of more adequate educational programs with proper
emphasis on all the various aspects of education.

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The training and educational programs of the Army, the Navy, and
civilian agencies during this war have broadened our conception of the
role that education should play in our national life. The records of
selective service reveal that we have fallen far short of a suitable
standard of elementary and secondary education. If a suitable
standard is to be maintained in all parts of the country, the Federal
Government must render aid where it is needed—but only where it is
needed. Such financial aid should involve no interference with State
and local control and administration of educational programs. It
should simply make good our national obligation to all our children.
This country is great enough to guarantee the right to education adequate for full citizenship.
PUBLIC WORKS

Recommended appropriations under the General Public Works
Program in the fiscal year 1946 total 279 million dollars, 93 million
dollars more than appropriated for the current year. Balances
brought forward from public works appropriations of several years
ago are about used up. Even with the recommended new appropriations, the program as a whole will be limited; actual construction
will continue to be restricted to those projects which contribute to the
war effort. Because of the completion of some of this war-related
construction, expenditures are estimated to decrease slightly in the
next fiscal year.
I recommend, however, appropriations for the planning of public
works which the Congress has already authorized. We must continue to stock up a shelf of meritorious construction and development
projects to be undertaken as manpower and material become available.
By the end of the current fiscal year, detailed plans will be ready for
about 1.5 billion dollars of Federal public works, and also will be
substantially ready for a billion-dollar program of Federal-aid highways, half of this road program to be financed with State funds. We
need a larger shelf of detailed plans in order to be prepared for the
post-war period. Hence, appropriations for 1946 are recommended
to make possible the completion of additional plans for highways,
flood control, river development, stream pollution control, power
transmission, reclamation, hospital, and other construction, as authorized by law. Further requests for funds for detailed planning of
Federal projects will be made on Congressional authorization.




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Plans have been completed or are in the design stage for about 3
billion dollars of State and local public works, excluding Federal-aid
highways. The War Mobilization and Reconversion Act authorizes
funds for Federal loans and advances which would make it possible
to place further projects on the shelf of planned public works. The
extent to which Federal funds are needed to enable States and localities to plan adequately for useful public works is now being reexamined, and I shall soon transmit a new recommendation concerning
funds for these purposes.
In addition, programs are being developed for Federal loans and
guarantees to stimulate private construction after the war. Guarantees and loans already available under the Servicemen's Readjustment Act will encourage residential, commercial, and farm building.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT

The civil departments and agencies of the Federal Government
have been fully geared to the war effort. Appropriations for other
than direct war or war-related activities have been reduced to rockbottom. When the war situation permits a reduction in the war
program, it will also be possible to reduce war activities of the civil
departments. Such activities should be curtailed wherever possible.
The Bureau of the Budget has been instructed to review currently the
activities of the various Government agencies and to recommend such
changes as become desirable in light of changing war requirements.
Agencies which will play a leading role in the peace effort must
begin preparations for a progressively larger job. I recommend, for
instance, an increase in the appropriations for the Department of
State in order that it may be more adequately staffed at home and
abroad. To prepare for the expected increase in workload, increases in appropriations are recommended for the Bureau of Foreign
and Domestic Commerce, the Office of the Administrator of Civil
Aeronautics, and a few other agencies.
Recommended appropriations for general Government for the fiscal
year 1946 are slightly below those enacted for the current fiscal year.
If supplemental appropriations for overtime pay are adopted, requirements for general Government may be somewhat above those
for the current year.
GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS

OTHER THAN WAR ACTIVITIES

Receipts of Government corporations (excluding war activities)
will exceed expenditures for purposes other than debt retirement by

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27 million dollars in the fiscal year 1946, and by 224 million dollars
in the current fiscal year.
The operations of the Commodity Credit Corporation in connection
with the farm and food programs require net outlays of 1 billion
dollars during the current fiscal year. This assumes a supplemental
appropriation of 256 million dollars to restore impaired capital of the
Corporation. The estimate for the fiscal year 1946 provides for net
expenditures of 572 million dollars which will absorb practically all
the funds available to the Corporation under its present maximum
borrowing authority of 3 billion dollars. If the Congress approves
the pending recommendation for a further increase in the borrowing
authority, increased operations of the Corporation may result in
additional net expenditures in the fiscal year 1946.
Activities of other Government corporations are expected to show
smaller net receipts than during the fiscal year 1945. Liquidation of
pre-war loans and other assets will probably taper off. Some expansion in the nondefense lending activities of the Reconstruction Finance
Corporation is also anticipated. The net receipts of Government
corporations, in both the fiscal years 1945 and 1946, reflect substantial
transfers of funds necessary to retire outstanding obligations of the
Federal land banks.
FEDERAL PERSONNEL

Most of the Federal civilian employees are engaged in essential
war work and must stay on the job as long as the war lasts. Government war services have suffered in recent months by departure of personnel, partly because of overoptimism about early victory, partly
because of concern about employment opportunities after the war.
The total number of paid Federal employees in the continental
United States in November 1944 was slightly under 2,900,000, of
whom 2,040,000 were in the War and Navy Departments and other
war agencies and 836,000 in the Post Office and other peacetime
establishments. The total has declined 126,000 below the peak of
June 1943. There will be further reductions as the course of the war
permits, but our main concern at the present moment is to keep
essential Government personnel on the job.
Anticipated supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year 1946
include about 500 million dollars as an approximation of the additional
cost of overtime pay and other salary adjustments, assuming enactment
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present acts which expire June 30, 1945. This allowance has not been
allocated among the detailed war and other appropriation estimates to
which it relates. The Budget estimates of personnel needs, expressed in
"man-years," do, however, assume continuance of the present workweek, generally 48 hours. Under the War Overtime Pay Act of 1943,
salaried employees are compensated for hours worked in excess of
40 a week. With but minor exceptions, basic salary rates have not
been increased during the war.
In contrast to salaried employees, the skilled and unskilled workers,
such as those in navy yards and arsenals, have had wage adjustments
which have approximately kept pace with wage rates for comparable
work in private industry. They have also received overtime pay at
true time and one-half rates.
The third large category of Federal employees—the postal workers—
in addition to receiving overtime compensation at straight-time rates,
has been granted a wartime bonus.
Prior to the expiration of the overtime pay law, the Congress should
reexamine the entire subject of hours of work and pay. Regardless
of the progress of the war in Europe, many Federal ejnployees will
continue to be needed on a 48-hour work schedule, and provision must
be made for their overtime compensation. I recommend that the
Congress enact permanent legislation which would authorize overtime
compensation at true time and one-half rates.
When at some future date it becomes possible for most Federal
employees to go on a 40-hour workweek, their earnings will be materially reduced. A situation of hardship and unfairness will then
exist unless an increase in basic salary rates has been granted in
recognition of the rise in the cost of living. I recommend a prompt
reexamination of Federal salary rates with a view to making adjustments consistent with the national stabilization policy.
BUDGET TOTALS

The discussion of expenditures for the war and for all other purposes lays the basis for presenting the Budget totals and for an analysis
of the impact of the Federal Budget on the national economy as a
whole.
EXPENDITURES

Of the total estimated expenditures, including net outlays of Government corporations, of 83 billion dollars for the fiscal year 1946, 84

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percent are for direct war purposes; 12 percent are for veterans, interest on the public debt, and tax refunds; and only 4 percent for all
other activities of the Federal Government. Expenditures in this
last group of "other activities77 are estimated at 3.3 billion dollars,
somewhat less than for the current fiscal year; they are only about
one-half of what they were in the years before the start of the defense
program-—largely because of the reduction in work relief, aids to
youth, and general public works.
NET RECEIPTS IN THE FISCAL YEAR 1946 UNDER EXISTING LEGISLATION

Net receipts in general and special accounts under existing legislation are expected to decline from 45.7 billion dollars in the current
fiscal year to 41.3 billion dollars in the fiscal year 1946. This development reflects, in large part, the 17-billion-dollar decrease in expenditures estimated in this Budget. Such a decrease in expenditures
before full reconversion to civilian production will mean smaller
individual incomes and corporate profits. This, in turn, will bring a
decrease in receipts from individual income taxes and from corporate
taxes. Because the present law will expire June 30, 1945, receipts
from recovery of excessive profits from renegotiated war contracts will
taper off during the fiscal year 1946. I recommend that the Congress
extend the authority to renegotiate war contracts.
Receipts from excises and customs are expected to continue at
about the same level in the fiscal year 1946 as in the current fiscal
year. Sales of surplus Government-owned war supplies and property
are beginning to yield substantial amounts. These receipts will be
still larger in later fiscal years.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TAX LEGISLATION

Wartime taxes must be maintained as long as large-scale war expenditures are necessary. There is no justification for tax reductions as
long as we are engaged in a major war. When a favorable development of the war allows a major decline in war expenditures, minor tax
adjustments will become possible and desirable. I am pleased that
the Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation is studying the
tax problems of the transition and post-war period.




MESSAGE TRANSMITTING THE BUDGET

BORROWING IN THE FISCAL YEAR 1946

Borrowing requirements during the fiscal year 1946 will amount to
an estimated 40 billion dollars, compared with 51 billion dollars in
the current fiscal year. Federal trust funds will have 5 billion dollars
available for investment in Government securities, thus leaving 35
billion dollars to be borrowed from individuals and financial and other
institutions. These estimates assume that the Treasury general fund
balance, which amounted to 20 billion dollars at the end of the fiscal
year 1944, will be reduced by 5 billion dollars during the current fiscal
year, and by 2 billion dollars during the fiscal year 1946. They also
assume that retirement of guaranteed obligations of Government
corporations held outside the Treasury will be almost completed by
June 30, 1945.
These large borrowing operations will require a further rise in the
public debt to 292 billion dollars on June 30, 1946. Before the debt
reaches this figure, a further increase in the 260-billion-dollar debt
limit will be necessary.
Management of the public debt has become one of the major financial operations of the Government. To assure effective discharge of
these responsibilities and, in particular, to maintain the present low
rates of interest, ample powers must be available to the monetary
authorities. I shall later recommend legislation reducing the present
high gold-reserve requirements of the Federal Reserve banks.
The management of the public debt is bound to have a profound
influence on the economy for a long time to come. Retaining high
taxes on the masses of consumers for general reduction of debt held
by financial institutions may destroy purchasing power and create
unemployment. But the use of progressive taxes for the redemption
of bonds held by millions of individual savers may have a stabilizing
influence on incomes and employment. I favor a policy of orderly
but steady debt reduction, consistent with the objectives of long-run
economic policy. The mistakes in debt management and tax policy
after the last war should not be repeated.

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

ECONOMIC CONTROLS AND RECONVERSION
RECONVERSION

As long as we are at war—at war against two powerful enemies or
against only one of them—we will give unqualified priority to all
war production and to all manpower needs of war. Nevertheless,
some reconversion of war industries may become possible, dependent
on the progress of the war.
. The foundation for dealing with the main reconversion problems
has been laid by the Contract Settlement Act, the Surplus Property
Act, and the War Mobilization and Reconversion Act; the machinery
for the administration of these acts is being put in operation. Still,
a great many problems remain to be solved if we are to be ready for
successful reconversion. We may have a scarcity of manpower in
certain industries and regions, while temporary unemployment may
develop in others. We may have surpluses of some commodities and
a downward tendency in certain prices, particularly of raw materials,
while scarcities cause a continuing upward pressure on other prices.
The human side of reconversion requires effective organization to aid
each discharged war veteran and war worker to find his way back
into productive peacetime employment. As far as veterans are concerned, the basis is laid by the Servicemen's Readjustment Act. I
have already emphasized the need to strengthen our social security
program. With respect to the reconversion period, I am particularly
concerned over the fact that broad categories of workers are not
covered by present legislation and that present standards for unemployment compensation are not adequate in many States. To promote employment opportunities and to assure the proper occupational
adjustment of returning veterans and war workers, a strong, integrated
system of public employment offices is a basic necessity. We can best
accomplish this objective by the establishment, through permanent
legislation, of an effective national employment service with adequate
coverage throughout the Nation. For the reconversion period we
should provide assistance for travel and retraining of war workers.
We must also see to it that our administrative machinery for the
adjustment of labor disputes is ready for the strains of the reconversion period. We must apply some of our wartime lessons in labormanagement cooperation in working out a sound long-range labor




MESSAGE TRANSMITTING THE BUDGET

policy implemented by permanent mediation machinery for the
adjustment of labor disputes.
The material side of reconversion should also be conducted with a
view toward the long-range objectives of economic policy. Surplus
property disposal should contribute to filling the needs of production,
domestic and foreign. It should be carried on with full recognition
of the objectives of price stability.
Every effort should be made to achieve full civilian use of plants
built for war purposes when they are no longer needed for war production and to facilitate their rapid transfer to private industry for
productive use. If prompt transfers of ownership cannot be made,
temporary lease arrangements may facilitate early productive use
while permanent arrangements for transfer are being worked out.
Statistical information concerning business activities and markets,
employment and unemployment, incomes, expenditures, and savings
is urgently needed as a guide for economic policies during the remainder of the war and during the reconversion and post-war periods.
I recommended appropriations for this purpose to the last Congress.
I shall transmit recommendations in the near future for those essential
parts of the program on which the Congress took no action. Business, agriculture, labor, and the Government need to know the basic
economic facts if each is to play its role with maximum effectiveness
during the months and years ahead.
INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL PROGRAMS

As the war progresses, we must hasten our plans to secure worldwide economic cooperation in both the transition period and the postwar period. We have learned that just as the United States cannot
afford to be isolationist in its political philosophy, neither can it
stand the malignant effects of economic isolationism.
Last July the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference
formulated articles of agreement for the establishment of an International Monetary Fund and an International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. These institutions will be integral parts of
a broad program for cooperation among the United Nations in those
areas of economic contact where failure to adopt common policies
will result in economic "spite fences/' economic waste, and economic
warfare.

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

A concrete program for international monetary and financial cooperation at an early date is essential. In the first place, all countries
agree that a solution must be found for the evils that stem from the
unstable and destructive exchange practices which the Fund is designed to eliminate. Second, the need for international investment is
already becoming acute. The liberated countries will require loans
for the reconstruction of their industry, their transport, their cities,
their agriculture, and their trade. The International Bank will make
direct long-term loans out of its capital or from borrowed funds, and
particularly will guarantee private loans for these purposes. While
the proceeds of these loans will be spent to procure equipment in the
countries where it is available, the risks of lending will be spread
equitably among all member countries.
It is therefore imperative that both the Fund and the Bank be established at once in order that they may be properly staffed and
equipped to cope with problems which are already developing as the
countries in Europe are liberated. Accordingly, I urge acceptance of
the agreements and recommend the enactment of legislation which
would permit the United States to make its proportionate investment
in the Fund and the Bank.
In addition to the operations of the International Bank, there will
continue to be many types of foreign investment in which a national
financial institution such as the Export-Import Bank should participate, especially during the next few years when the foreign demand
for our products will be particularly heavy. The Export-Import
Bank will provide short- and medium-term credits to finance our
exporters. It will also undertake long-term lending for reconstruction
and development in cases where special American purposes are to be
served and other countries may not wish to participate. In collaboration with private banks, manufacturers, engineers, and exporters,
the Export-Import Bank has had 10 years of successful experience in
these fields. At present its resources available for new operations are
very limited. In order that it may play its part in the reconstruction period, I recommend early expansion of its lending power.
At present our foreign investment programs are impeded by legislation which restricts loans to those countries which are in default on
loans arising out of the first World War. For both the International
Bank and the Export-Import Bank to operate effectively, as well as




MESSAGE TRANSMITTING THE BUDGET

to achieve an adequate flow of private investment, it is essential that
these restrictions be removed.
NATIONAL INCOME, PRODUCTION, AND ECONOMIC CONTROLS

The American Nation has almost doubled its total output of goods
and services under the impact of the war program. Slightly less than
one-half of this total output is purchased by the Federal Government.
What is left for civilian consumption has been sufficient to provide
most of us with better living standards than prevailed before the war.
The national economy is operating at extremely high levels of
income and expenditure. Despite wartime taxes and large wartime
savings, consumers and business have sought to buy more than the
available supply of goods and services. Nevertheless, prices have
been substantially stabilized through vigorous application of our
stabilization program and the cooperation of the American people.
Whereas the cost of living has increased by between 25 and 30 percent
since 1939, it has risen only about 2 percent since the "hold-the-line"
order of April 1943. Holding the line on prices and wages has prevented, and is still preventing, inflationary developments.
The reduction in war expenditures, which I hope the progress of
the war will permit during the next fiscal year, will result in somewhat
lower wartime incomes, even if wage ceilings are adjusted upward to
avoid reduction in average hourly rates when overtime is curtailed.
Nevertheless, the demand for goods and services will undoubtedly
still be great and we can be sure of eager buyers for whatever durable
goods industry might produce.
When war production is extensively reduced some of the controls
which were needed in an all-out war economy can be relaxed, although
other controls must be continued to assure necessary war production
and orderly reconversion. For example, we must avoid speculation in
inventories such as contributed to the inflation after the last war.
The fact that many businesses and individuals have ample funds for a
buying spree necessitates caution in relaxing controls. The balance
between incomes, savings, and expenditures will still be precarious
during the reconversion period. It will therefore be necessary to
retain the machinery for allocation and price controls as long as
certain materials and finished goods are in short supply. I therefore
recommend extension of the Economic Stabilization Act before its
expiration on June 30, 1945.

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In general, it will be our policy to hold the over-all cost of living
and to permit only such adjustments as are conducive to the full
utilization of available resources and compatible with the general
objective of economic stabilization. As long as we are engaged in a
war with desperate and resourceful enemies, war controls are needed,
but they must be readjusted to changing levels of war production and
civilian production.
DEMOBILIZATION AND POST-WAR FULL EMPLOYMENT

Large-scale demobilization can hardly be expected to begin during
the period covered in this Budget. Nevertheless, as we continue to
mobilize for a long, hard war, we must under no circumstances be
caught unprepared for peace.
Under the impact of a huge war program, we are employing 52
million men and women either in war production or in production and
service for civilian purposes, while another 12 million are serving in the
armed forces. After the war many of them will retire or resume their
schooling or devote themselves to their homes and families. But such
reduction in the civilian labor force will be more than offset by demobilization of our armed forces and by the natural growth of the
population of working age. Thus, before long there may be 60 million men and women to be employed. Huge war expenditures have
brought full employment, more than full employment. What will
be the outlook when Federal expenditures are 50 and 25 billion dollars
in the period of demobilization and thereafter?
The following table shows the operations of our national economy—the Nation's Budget—in the calendar year 1939 with considerable unemployment, and the same operations in the calendar year
1944 when we had moved to a much higher level of incomes, expenditures, and savings, involving more than full employment under the
stress of war. Manifestly, full employment in peacetime can be
assured only when the reduction in war demand is approximately
offset by additional peacetime demand from the millions of consumers,
businesses, and farmers, and by Federal, State, and local governments. And that means that consumers' expenditures and business
investments must increase by about 50 percent, measured in constant
prices, above the level of the year 1939 if full employment is to be
provided by private enterprise.




MESSAGE TRANSMITTING THE BUDGET

XXV

THE GOVERNMENT'S BUDGET AND THE NATION'S BUDGET
Calendar years 1939 and 1944
[Current prices,1 in billions]
Calendar year 1939
Economic group

Calendar year 1944

Excess
Excess
Receipts Expendi- (+), def- Receipts Expendi- (+), deftures
tures
icit (-)
icit (-)

CONSUMERS

Income after taxes
Expenditures

$67.3
___

Savings(+)

$132. 8

$97.0

$61.7

._.

+$35.8

+$5.6

BUSINESS

Undistributed profits and reservesGross capital formation.

$8. 3

$12. 3

$2. 6

$10. 9

Excess of receipts (4-) or capital forma
tion ( - ) .

-$2.6

+$9. 7

STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Receipts from the public, other than borrowing
_ _____
..
Payments to the public
.__

$8.9

$10. 4

+$1.6

-$0.2

Excess of receipts (+) or payments (—)._.

FEDERAL

$8.8

$9.1

GOVERNMENT

Receipts from the public, other than borrowing .
Payments to the public,. .

$6. 5

$47.9

$9.3

Excess of receipts (+) or payments (—)...

Less: Adjustments2^

$95.0
-$47.1

-$2.8

$2.4

$.5.9

$2.4

$5.9

TOTAL: GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT

Receipts
Expenditures,

Balance

_
_ _ _ _ ___ ___

$88.6

$197. 5

$88.6

_

NOTE.—For details and explanation see appendix 10, pp. 830-831.
1 Prices in 1944 were between 25 and 30 percent above 1939.
2 Mainly Government expenditures for other than goods and services.

$197. 5

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Consumers7 purchases of durable goods, business nonwar investments, and capital outlays of the governments for nonwar purposes
have been so low during recent years that a large backlog of demand
will be carried over into the post-war period. Individuals, however,
will buy the new car or build the new home only if they feel secure in
their jobs; businessmen will expand plant and buy new machinery
only if they feel confident of profitable markets for additional products.
The American people have learned during the war the measure of
their productive capacity, and they will remember that experience in
the peace to come. It is the responsibility of business enterprise to
translate market opportunities into employment and production. It
is the responsibility of the Government to hold open the door of opportunity and to assure sustained markets. Then and only then can
free enterprise provide jobs.
Full employment after the war is not only a matter of immediate
self-interest, but also part of our stake in world stability and prosperity. Other countries are anxiously awaiting the development of our
policy and will be more willing to make international commitments if
they are assured of high post-war employment in the United States.
They are fully aware that international cooperation cannot succeed
unless the United States is prosperous.
We must attack the employment problem on every front.
For instance, we must overhaul the wartime tax structure to
stimulate consumers' demand and to promote business investment.
The elements of such a tax program should be developed now so that
it can be put into effect after victory.
We must make sure that there are opportunities for new and growing business. The national and international policies which we adopt
now—affecting trade, credit, investment, and competition and monopoly—largely determine future business and employment opportunities.
We must develop the human standards and material resources of
the Nation, which in turn will tend to increase our productivity and
most effectively support business expansion and employment. Our
program should include provision for extended social security, including medical care; for better education, public health, and nutrition;
for the improvement of our homes, cities, and farms; and for the development of transportation facilities and river valleys. We must
plan now so that these programs can become effective when manpower
and material are available.




MESSAGE TRANSMITTING THE BUDGET

I shall from time to time submit to the Congress recommendations
for legislative measures to implement our demobilization program and
to assure jobs for all returning war veterans and discharged war
workers.
Our productive achievements during the war have demonstrated
once and for all the progress which this Nation can support, the progress which will be required if all our resources are to be put to adequate
peacetime use. The war, however, will also leave us deep distortions in our economic life which must be overcome. We owe it to
those who give everything that we set our sights as high for peace as
we set them for war.
FRANKLIN D.
JANUARY 3, 1945.

ROOSEVELT.

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NET RECEIPTS AND TOTAL EXPENDITURES
GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS
BILLIONS OF DOLLARS

BILLIONS OF DOLLARS

•

100

m
TOTAL
EXPENDITURES

75

m

NET RECEIPTS
( Aftsrtronsttrto
•"Old Age*»ru«t fund;

100

m
w

75

50

50

m

25

25

1938

1939

1940

1941

"942

—.m&
1943

1944

1945

1946

FISCAL YEARS

EXPENDITURES FOR OTHER THAN WAR ACTIVITIES
GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS

Illllllll
INTEREST ON THE PUBLIC DEBT

AiDS TO AGRICULTURE

PUBLIC WORKS

m H
H

• •
FISCAL YEARS

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT

FISCAL YEARS




TOTAL RECEIPTS BY SOURCE
GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS
BILLIONS OF DOLLARS

JONS OF DOLLARS

FISCAL YEARS

THE PUBLIC DEBT
8ILLI0NS0F OOLLARS

BILLIONS OF DOLLARS

300 !

300

225

225

150

150

75

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1946

EN tf OF FISCAL YEAS

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BUDGET RfiSUMfi
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944. In millions]
Description

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

$41, 255

$45, 730

$44, 149

69, 400
600

88, 000
1,000

87, 039
2,681

70, 000
4,500
2,725
2,612

89, 000
3,750
2,172
1,264

89, 720
2,609
267
725

3,293
«27

3,726
«224

83, 103

99, 688

95, 273

$6, 671

$6, 176

$5, 053

1,585
5,081

1,555
4,608

571
4,129

6,666

6, 163

4,700

Actual, 1944

BUDGET RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
Excluding Trust and Debt Transactions
RECEIPTS:

General and special accounts (net)
EXPENDITURES:

War activities:
General and special accounts
Government corporations (net) _
Total
Interest on the public debt
Refunds
Veterans1 pensions and benefits
Other activities:
General and special accounts
Government corporations and credit agencies (net).
Total Budget expenditures .

a

3,104
1, 152

TRUST RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
RECEIPTS

_

_

__

EXPENDITURES :

Benefits, annuities, and other expenditures
Investments in United States securities

_ __

Total trust expenditures

__
__

_»

_
.

THE PUBLIC DEBT

I N C R E A S E IN PUBLIC D E B T D U R I N G T H E Y E A R .
PUBLIC DEBT AT E N D OP YEAR

$251, 800
40, 500

$201, 003
50, 797

$136, 696
64, 307

292, 300

PUBLIC DEBT AT BEGINNING OF YEAR

251, 800

201, 003

$68, 949
14, 634
3,184

$50, 909
36, 958
9,344

$88, 676
25, 224
14, 056

86, 767

97, 211

127, 956

APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS
General and Special Accounts
APPROPRIATIONS (excluding appropriations
RE APPROPRIATIONS
NEW CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS

to liquidate contract authorizations)

Total appropriations and other authorizations
° Excess of receipts over expenditures, deduct.
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PART I

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
Table
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Budget Summary of Receipts and Expenditures.
Budget Summary of Appropriations and Other Authorizations.
Summary of Payments to and Receipts From the Public.
Receipts of General and Special Accounts.
Appropriations and Expenditures of General and Special Accounts (by function
and organization unit).
6. Appropriations and Expenditures of General and Special Accounts (by organization unit and appropriation title).
7. Reappropriations of Unobligated Balances of General and Special Accounts.
8. Contract Authorizations and Appropriations to Liquidate Contract Authorizations.
9. Net Expenditures of Government Corporations and Credit Agencies.
10. Limitations on Certain Loans and Expenses of Government Corporations and
Credit Agencies.
11. Receipts of Trust Accounts.
12. Appropriations and Expenditures of Trust Accounts.

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A2

TABLE 1

BUDGET SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]
Description

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS
RECEIPTS (based on present legislation) (see table 4 for detail):
Direct taxes on individuals
Direct taxes on corporations 2
Excise taxes
Employment taxes
Customs
Miscellaneous receipts
Total receipts
Deduct net appropriation for Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund..
Net receipts, general and special accounts.
EXPENDITURES (see table 5 for detail):
War activities (tentative estimate for 1946) (see also Government corporations below).
Interest on the public debt
Refunds
Veterans' pensions and benefits
Aids to agriculture
Social security, relief and retirement:
Social security program
Work relief
._
Retirement funds
Aids to youth
General Public Works Program
General Government:
Legislative branch
The Judiciary
Executive Office of the President
Civil departments and agencies
Post Office Department (general fund)
District of Columbia (Federal contribution)
Expenditures from anticipated supplemental appropriationsStatutory public debt retirement

$20,
15,
4,
1,

290, 365, 711. 84
255, 964, 759. 07
399,560,440. 57
751, 239,423. 32
431, 252,168. 24
3, 280,059, 524. 96

$15,631, 700,000
16, 263,100, 000
5, 647, 330, 000
2, 066,900, 000
326, 300, 000
2, 919,422, 000

$18,900,100,000
17, 042, 600, 000
5, 664,090,000
1,806,800,000
326,100, 000
3, 283, 085, 000

42,854, 752,000
1, 599, 880, 000

47, 022, 775, 000
1, 293, 060,000

45,408,442, 028. 00
1, 259, 515,059.93

41, 254, 872, 000

45, 729, 715,000

44,148, 926, 968. 07

4 88,000, 000,000
3, 750,000, 000
5 2,171,986,000
1, 263,858, 437
465,143, 800

87,038,671,937. 86
2, 608,979,805, 62
« 266,669, 657. 53
725, 086,145.13
765, 260, 323.13

497,981, 000
13, 545, 000
488, 548, 800

485, 535,000
17,046, 200
556, 260, 500

393,812,000

411, 205, 700

511,419, 308. 77
23,009, 726. 83
440, 041, 600. 00
169, 887. 07
377, 091,859. 64

< 69,400,000,000
4,500, 000, 000
5 2, 724, 769, 600
2, 611, 667, 350
409, 715, 500

30, 217,165
14, 627,190
3, 052, 000
1,089,108, 940
6, 000, 000
347, 395, 000

29,
13,
2,
1,149,

088, 393
538, 760
581,000
616, 550

6,000,000
590,478,000

28, 780-, 791. 24
13,076,688. 49
2, 401, 525.13
959,021,353. 67
° 22,167,486. 27
6,000, 000. 00
1, 650. 00

Total expenditures, general and special accounts

82, 530,439, 545

98,912, 338,340

93,743, 514,863.84

Excess of expenditures, general and special accounts..

41, 275, 567, 545

53,182, 623,340

49, 594,587,895. 77

$600, 000,000
657, 000, 000
° 27,000, 000

$1,000, 000, 000
1,874,459,075
« 224,170,000

$2,681, 633,923. 52
2,873, 580,916. 48
« 1,152,146,165. 50

1, 230, 000, 000

2, 650, 289, 075

4, 403, 068, 674. 50

CHECKING ACCOUNTS OF GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS AND CREDIT AGENCIES WITH THE
TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES
NET EXPENDITURES FROM CHECKING ACCOUNTS (see table 9 for detail):
War activities
Redemption of obligations in the market
Other activities
Net expenditures, checking accounts of Government corporations and credit agencies_
a

Excess of credits, deduct.
This table is explained in appendix 1.
Includes the following estimated amounts for excess-profits taxes refundable in the post-war period: 1946, $783,600,000; 1945, $859,500,000; and 1944, $688,800,000.
3 Because of possible material changes in war conditions, the detailed estimates of appropriations for fiscal year 1946 for most of the major "war activities" will be submitted to
Congress in the spring of 1945 in a war supplement to the Budget. Consequently, the estimated expenditures for fiscal year 1946 are tentative.
4
Includes estimated expenditures from anticipated supplemental appropriations for fiscal years 1945 and 1946.
6
Includes transfers to public debt accounts for excess-profits tax refund bonds issued.
1

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES

1—Continued
BUDGET SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
TABLE

[For the fiscal years 1946,1945, and 1944]
Description

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

TRUST ACCOUNTS
RECEIPTS (based on present legislation) (see table 11 for detail):
Unemployment trust fund:
Deposits by States
_
Deposits by Eailroad Retirement Board and other receipts
Transfers from general and special accounts
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Net appropriation from general account receipts.
Interest on investments
Veterans' life insurance funds:
Premiums and other receipts
_
Transfers from general and special accounts
Federal employees' retirement funds:
Deductions from employees' salaries and other receipts
Transfers from general and special accounts
Railroad retirement account:
Interest on investments.
_
Transfers from general and special accounts
Other trust accounts:
Transfers from general and* special accounts
Miscellaneous trust receipts

., 099,411,000
253, 738, 063
9, 729, 000

323, 242,162. 44
177, 321, 600. 00

19, 000, 000
241, 232, 000

15, 000, 000
359, 498, 000

9, 837, 049. 21
262, 720, 000. 00

6,000, 000
786, 433,113

3,159, 968. 50
348,150, 902. 49

6,175, 787, 584

5,052,721,588. 47

, 292, 378,063
70, 500,000

1,449, 458, 781
65, 500,000

1, 503, 000, 000. 00
60, 590, 783.79

1,191,108, 890
238,000,000

1,172,035, 880. 00
184, 597, 363. 80

., 696,489, 500
322,876, 700

1,297,364, 742
199,397,300

921,742,266.12
64, 958,490. 84

532,960,906 !
133, 354,360

449,006,082
133? 458, 008

392,919, 000. 00
102, 662, 500. 69

112,000,000
148, 500, 000

232,000,000
142, 000,000

140, 500, 000.00
134, 415, 832. 07

* 5,159,100
608,858,008

• 11,358,000
776,815,. 047

• 1, 378,000. 00
24,333, 745. 88

5,081,352,481
1, 585,089,068

4,607, 580, 495
1, 555,170, 355

4,128, 819,146. 12
571, 558, 717. 07

6, 666, 441, 549

6,162, 750, 850

4, 700,377, 863.19

4, 906, 656

Total investments in United States securities.-.

381, 208, 477
196, 762, 500

6,000,000
602, 873, 564

...

897, 479, 364.06
101, 208, 962.49

i, 452,683,112
301,000,000

.

980, 533, 700
516, 228, 342

418, 998,466
247, 316, 800

.

1, 259, 515,059. 93
103,177,087. 09

6, 671,348,205

EXPENDITURES (see table 12 for detail):
Unemployment trust fund:
Investments in United States securities
Withdrawals by States and other expenditures__
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Investments in United States securities
Benefit payments.
Veterans' life insurance funds:
Investments in United States securities
Insurance losses and refunds.Federal employees' retirement funds:
Investments in United States securities
Annuities and refunds.
Railroad retirement account:
Investments in United States securities
Benefit payments
Other trust accounts:
Investments in United States securities
Miscellaneous trust expenditures

1,293,060,000
129, 983, 773

I, 019, 366, 200
I, 000, 000, 000

Total receipts, trust accounts..

$1, 349, 306, 970.12
205, 902, 762.14
11, 699, 700. 00

., 599,880,000
153, 803,112

_

$1, 256, 220, 898
245, 910, 781
8, 948,000

13, 036,734

352,343, 725. 28

Total benefit payments, annuities, and other expenditures...
Total expenditures, trust a c c o u n t s . -

_

Excess of receipts over expenditures, trust accounts

_.._...
.....

EFFECT OF OPERATIONS ON THE PUBLIC DEBT
Public debt at beginning of year _

$251, 800,000,000

Increase in public debt during year:
General and special accounts, excess of expenditures over receipts
Checking accounts of Government corporations and credit agencies with the Treasurer of the United States (net)..
Trust accounts, excess of receipts over expenditures
_
Statutory public debt retirement
_
..
Adjustment for change in Treasury cash balance (see appendix 3).
.._.».„...
.
..__.._
Increase in public debt during year..
Public debt at end of year
B

._

Excess of credits, deduct.
602000—£5




in

$201, 003, 387, 221

$136,696,090, 329. 90

41, 275, 567, 545
1, 230,000,000
-4,906, 656

53,182,623,340
2, 650, 289,075
-13,036,734

-2,000, 660,889

-5,023,262,902

49, 594, 587, 895, 77
4, 403,068, 674. 50
-352, 343, 725. 28
-1,650.00
+10, 661, 985,696. 24

40, 500, 000, 000

50, 796, 612, 779

64, 307, 296,891. 23

292, 300,000, 000

251,800, 000, 000

201, 003,387, 221.13

A4

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 2

BUDGET SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS »
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]

Recommended,

Description

1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS
Appropriations (see table 5 for detail):
War activities (tentative estimate for .1946)
Interest on the public debt
Refunds
Veterans' pensions and benefits
Aids to agriculture
Social security, relief, and retirement:
Social security program
Work relief
-.
Retirement funds
General Public Works Program
..
General Government:
Legislative branch
The Judiciary
Executive Office of the P r e s i d e n t - . . .
Civil departments and agencies
District of Columbia (Federal contribution)..
Anticipated supplemental appropriations
Statutory public debt retiremen t

2 3 $so, 744, 577, 540
4, 500,000, 000
* 2, 724, 769, 600
2, 622, 687, 500
338,186, 800

505, 579, 500
185, 667, 546

493, 996,100.00
7,137, 500.00
440, 041, 600.00
254, 699, 558.00

50, 351, 907
14, 764, 800
3,059, 838
1, 050, 582, 383
6, 000,000
260, 050, 000
592, 716, 230

47,452, 322
13, 583, 517
2, 641,131
1,087, 418, 666
6,000,000
696,708,000
592, 716, 230

47,897,073. 71
13, 425, 298. 50
2, 501, 690.00
1,034, 432, 381. 20
6,000,000.00

74, 220, 207, 948

68, 493, 599, 825

100, 311, 303,869.18

14, 505, 328, 307
128,812,130

36,894, 573,088
63,840,962

25,079, 582, 227.00
144,143.951.00

14, 634,140, 437

36, 958, 414, 050

25, 223, 726,178.00

» 3,184,301,000

8,837, 431,400
506, 000, 000

14,056,114,209.00

3,184,301, 000

9,343,431,400

14,0:6,114,209.00

2 5,231,431,400
40, 000, 000

17, 541,937, 244
43. 000, 000

11, 429, 200, 094.00
206,135, 978.00

5, 271,431,400

17,584,937,244

13,635,336,072.00

$5,875, 530
1,059, 660,190

$6,202, 513
1,106,032,009
37, 514, 990

$5,724,631. C
O
1,083, 213,659. 67

1,065, 535,720

1,149, 749, 512

1, 088, 938, 290. 67

$14,399,100
3,310,000

$14,340,000
3,800,000

23,436, 700
338,015, 000
35, f)00, 000

29, 209,400
122,908, 526
11,500,000

$17, 622,625. 00
3, 711, 577. 00
35,100. 00
31.306, 030. 00
111,105,000.00
10, 558, 000. 00

414, 760, S00

Total, reappropriations-

480, 606, 700

539, 229, 800
278, 983, 250

Reappropriations (see table 7 for detail):
War activities
Other than war activities.--

$92, 785, 497, 657. 53
2,610,117,272.01
4 303, 857,867. 28
900,074, 208. 95
819, 326,064.00

494, 248, 300

Total, appropriations.

3 $57,199, 485, 288
3, 750, 000, 000
* 2,168, 311, 850
1, 252, 466, 565
504, 962, 510

181, 757,926

174, 338,332. 00

$1, 362, 878, 063
1, 753,683,112
2, 019, 366, 200
666, 315, 266
260, 232, 000
658, 091, 376

$1,511,079. 679
1,423, 043, 773
1,496, 762,042
577,970,977
374,498, 000
796, 520, 895

$1,567,470,827.00
1, 362, 698, 361.00
1, 004, 878,894. 00
502, 799,460. 00
272, 557, 050. 00
404,483, 669. 69

6,179, 875, 366

5,114,888, 261. 69

592, 299, 598.00

Contract authorizations and appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations (see table 8 for detail):

New contract authorizations:
War activities
Other than war activities

-

Total, new contract authorizations

Appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations: 5
War activities.__
Other than war activities
Total, appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations..
POSTAL ACCOUNTS
Appropriations (see p p . 563-580 for detail):
Post Office Department, Washington.
Postal Service, field operations
Anticipated supplemental appropriations (estimated).
Total, appropriations
ACCOUNTS OF G O V E R N M E N T CORPORATIONS AND CREDIT AGENCIES
Limitations on certain loans and expenses (see table 10 for detail):
Executive Office of the President
Independent offices
_
Federal Works Agency
National Housing Agency
Department of Agriculture
,
Department of Commerce..

_

Total, limitations on certain loans and expenses..
TRUST ACCOUNTS
Appropriations (see table 12 for detail):

Unemployment trust fund
__.
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
Veterans' life insurance funds
Federal employees' retirement funds
Railroad retirement account
Other trust accounts
_
Total, appropriations..
1

_
_
_

r

20, 566,017

This table is explained in appendix 1,
Because of possible material changes in war conditions, the detailed estimates of aprropriations and contract authorizations for thefiscalyear 1946 for most of the major "war
activities" will be submitted to Congress in the spring of 1945 in a war supplement to the Budget. However, tentative estimates for these items are included in the amounts shown
for thefiscalyear 1946.
»The amounts shown for thefiscalyears 1945 and 1946 include anticipated supplemental appropriations.
* includes transfers to public debt accounts for excess-profits tax refund bonds issued,
2

f

Included, in "Appropriations" above,




SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES

A5

TABLE 3

SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS TO AND RECEIPTS FROM THE PUBLIC
Excluding major intragovernmental and noncash transactions
[For fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944. In millions]
Description
PAYMENTS TO THE PUBLIC
War activities:
General and special accounts
Checking accounts of Government corporations and credit agencies with the Treasurer of the United States (net).

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

$69,400
600

$88,000
1,000

$87,039
2,681

70, 000
3,385
1, 657
1,612

89,000
2,925
1,104
739

89, 720
2,070
133
624

2,790
« 286
1,655

2,899
« 212
1,698

2,649
• 1,432
534

80,813

98 153

94, 298

15,632
15,479
467
5,974
2,782

18,900
16,183
514
5,990
3,172

20,291
14,567
492
4,831
3,212

Total, general and special accounts..
Trust accounts 3_

40, 334
4,631

44, 759
4,630

43,393
4,171

Total, receipts other than borrowing.

44,965

49, 389

47,564

Total, war activities. _
Interest on the public debtRefunds
Veterans' pensions and benefits
_„
Other activities:
General and special accounts
_
*
Checking accounts of Government corporations and credit agencies with the Treasurer of the United States (net).
Trust accounts.._
...
Total, payments to the public.
RECEIPTS FROM THE PUBLIC (INCLUDING BORROWING)
Receipts other than borrowing (based on present legislation):
Genera] and special accounts:
Direct taxes on individuals.
Direct taxes on corporations 2
Employment taxes 3
_
_
Excise taxes and customs
Miscellaneous receipts.
_
...._..

Borrowing from the public (net):
Savings bonds and stamps
Treasury bonds
Short-term Treasury issues
Government corporation and credit agency obligations
Other obligations
Excess-profits tax collections refundable in post-war period *
Total, borrowing from the public (net)

13,123
21,875
24,302
• 2,874
281
689
33,848

5

Total, receipts from the public (including borrowing) ..

43, 741

57, 396

78, 813

93,130

104,960

« Excess of credits, deduct.
» This table is explained in appendix 1.
* Excludes post-war credits for excess-profits taxes refundable in the post-war period.
• Net appropriation to Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund excluded from employment taxes, but included as trust account receipt.
* Estimated liability to refund, irrespective of whether bonds have been issued.
• Diif erence between payments to and receipts from the public results in corresponding change in Treasury cash balance.




A6

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 4

RECEIPTS OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS1
Based on present legislation
[For the fiscal years 1946,1945, and 1944]
Source

Direct taxes on individuals:
Income tax:
Current tax
Back tax
Estate tax.
Gift tax

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

$14,977,000,000
132,000,000
487,000,000
35, 700.000

$18,254,400,000
131,200,000
474,600,000
39, 900,000

$19,595,415,832. 35
183, 739, 542.62
473,465,605.12
37,744,731.75

15, 631, 700,000

18,900,100,000

20,260, 365,711.84

[, 423,800; 000
400, 200, 000

4,561,400,000
429,900,000

4, 762,714,420.81
521,431,431. 50

>, 889,100, 000
L 058,400, 000
,

10, 630, 900, 000
892,800, 000

8,479, 378, 755.85
865,819,537.18

112, 600, 000
29,000. 000
350, 000, 000

123, 500,000
31, GOO. 000
372,500,000

109,901,093.34
27,117, 514. 54
380,702,005.85
+108,900,000.00

16, 263,100, 000

17, 042,600,000

15,255,964,759.07

100,000

100,000

433,723.98

1,336, 500, 000
600,200, 000
24, 500,000
40, 000,000
10, 700, 000
10,400, 000
400.000
1,100,000

1, 258, 700,000
634, 200,000
30, 200,000
38, 600,000
10, 200,000
10, 000, 000
80,400,000
1, 200,000

898, 706, 321.35
559,151, 627.85
18,874,168.27
34,095, 341. 23
11,484,229.62
8,515,931.44
85,834,272.82
1, 371, 259.43

2,023,800,000

2.063,500.000

1,618,033,152.01

787,600,000
49, 500,000
40, 500,000
7,100,000
1,200, 000
180,000

829.500,000
48,300,000
34, 700,000
7,300,000
1, 200,000
240,000

903,957,882.53
45,269,250. 33
30,152,076. 91
7,692,236. 61
1,164,377. 58
197,452. 70

886,080,000

921,240,000

988,433, 276.66

30,800,000
21,000,000
7,300,000
50, 000

30,800,000
24, 200,000
7, 700,000
50,000

26, 243, 240.34
17,096,097.89
7,413, 576.66
46, 772. 38

59,150, 000

62, 750,000

50,799,687.27

Manufacturers' excise taxes.

997, 400, 000

800. 200, 000

502,693,895.92

Ketailers' excise taxes:
Jewelry, etc
Furs
Toilet preparations.
Luggage, handbags, wallets, etc.

161,000.000
95,400,000
70, 700,000
65,100,000

177,000,000
91, 500.000
80,400.000
71,100,000

113,372,750.85
58,725,694.05
44, 790,353. 37
8,343,466.19

392. 200,000

420,000.000

225,232,264.46

Total, direct taxes on individuals..
Direct taxes on corporations:
Income tax:
Current tax
Back tax
Excess-profits tax:
Current tax
Back tax
Declared value excess-profits tax:
Current tax
Back tax
Capital-stock tax
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis.
Total, direct taxes on corporations..
Excise taxes:
Unjust enrichment tax
Liquor taxes:
Distilled spirits (domestic and imported) (excise tax)_.
_.
Fermented malt liquorsRectification tax
Wines (domestic and imported) (excise t a x ) . . .
Special taxes in connection with liquor occupations....
_
._.
Container stamps
Floor-stocks tax.
_
_
_.
Allother
_
Total, liquor taxesTobacco taxes:
Cigarettes (small)
Tobacco (chewing and smoking).
Cigars (large).
_.
Snuff
Cigarette papers and tubes
Allother
Total, tobacco taxes..
Stamp taxes:
Issues of securities, bond transfers, and deeds of conveyance..
Stock transfers
Playing cards
Silver bullion sales or transfers.
Total, stamp taxes

Total, retailers' excise taxes.
* This table is explained in appendix 1.




A7

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 4—Continued
RECEIPTS OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source

Excise taxes—Continued.
Miscellaneous taxes:
Telephone, telegraph, radio, and cable facilities, leased wires, etc
Local telephone service
Transportation of oil by pipe line..
Transportation of persons
_
Transportation of property..
Admissions, exclusive of cabarets, roof gardens, etc
Cabarets, roof gardens, etc.
_
Club dues and initiation fees
_
Leases of safe-deposit boxes...
Use of motor vehicles and boats
._
Coconut and other vegetable oils processed
Oleomargarine, etc., including special taxes and adulterated butter..
Sugar tax
Coin-operated amusement and gaming devices.
Bowling alleys and billiard and pool tables
,
All other, including repealed taxes.
Total, miscellaneous taxes..

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

$168.700,000
125, 600,000
16, 500.000
238. 300, 000
190,800, 000
257, 700, 000
46, 500, 000
11,500. 000
6,600,000
123,500, 000
6, 200, 000
4, 200,000
69,900,000
17, 700. 000
4,100, 000
800,000

$193,700,000
128,200.000
16, 500,000
237,900, 000
222,100, 000
292. 900, 000
54, 700, 000
11, 900. 000
6,900. 000
128,400.000
6, 700, 000
4,500,000
69,000, 000
17, 700, 000
4,100, 000
1,100,000

$141,275,266.52
90,198,986.83
15,850,856.83
153, 682,607. 58
215, 487,851.87
178, 562,694.14
26, 726,331. 47
9,181, 516. 71
6, 593,674. 78
134, 677,200. 77
7,190,234.32
4,101, 591. 77
68, 788,910. 31
18, 475,491. 99
2,208,422.24
3,229, 258. 54

1,288,600,000

1,396,300, 000

1,076,230, 896. 67

Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis.

- 6 2 , 296,456.40

Employment taxes:
Taxes on employment by other than carriers:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act
Federal Unemployment Tax Act
Total .
T'axes on carriers and their employees (ch. 9, subch. B of the Internal Revenue Code).
Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act
Total employment taxes.
Customs
Miscellaneous receipts:
Miscellaneous taxes:
General accounts:
Immigration head tax
Tonnage tax
Taxes, Canal Zone
...
Special accounts:
Federal intermediate credit banks franchise tax
Taxes on firearms, shells and cartridges, sec. 3407, Internal Revenue Code..
Total, miscellaneous taxes..
Assessments:
General accounts:
Overtime service, Federal Communications Commission
Overtime service, marine inspection and navigation.
Special accounts:
Assessments, examination costs, and supervisory services for banks and corporations. Farm Credit Administration, act July 22, 1942 (56Stat. 700)
Assessments upon Federal home-loan banks and receipts from other sources for administrative expenses,
Federal Home Loan Bank Board
___
Revenues, Colorado River Dam fund, All-American Canal, act Dec. 21,1928 (45Stat. 1057)
Revenues, Colorado River Dam fund, Boulder Canyon project, act Dec. 21,1928 (45 Stat. 1057)
Total, assessments.

General accounts:
Admission fees...
_
Admission of attorneys to practice before executive departments and establishmentsAgricultural Commodities A c t . .
Alaska Road Commission
_
Canal Zone
:
Clerks, United States courts

5,647,330,000

5, 664,090,000

4,399, £60,440.57

1,629,700,000
182,800,000

1,322, 600, 000
190,700,000

1,292,122,433.67
179,9G9,392.52

1,812, 500.000

1,513,300,000

1,472,031,826.19

243,400,000
11,000,000

280,500,000
13,000. 000

267,064, 592. 60
12,143,004.53

2,066. 900,000

1,806, 800,000

1,751,239,423.32

326,300, 000

Total, excise taxes

326,100,000

431,252,168.24

250,000
1,640, 000
120,000

250,000
1,640, 000
120,000

292,634.00
1,629,099. 90
123, 255.92

150,000
1,100,000

231,000
1,100,000

122,323.37
1,061,044.95

3,260,000

3,341,000

3,228,358.14

3,500
100,000

2,500
100,000

3,688.65
89,762.14

2,706,000

3,174,000

2,421,192.47

3,000
7,202,500

3,000
7,202,500

* a 238,640.12
2,883.96
6,902,406.77

10,015,000

10,482,000

9,181,293.87

2,800
4,000
230,000

2,800
4,000
230,000

5,000
600,000

5,000
600,000

67,148.89
3,200.00
197,526.45
1,184.70
5,507.00
643,499.40

a
Excess of credits, deduct.
2 Result of an unappropriated balance of prior year transferred to trust fund receipt account during current fiscal year "Deposits for salaries and expenses, Federal Home Loan
Bank Administration."




A8

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 4—Continued
RECEIPTS OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source

Miscellaneous receipts—Continued.
Fees— C on tinued.
General accounts—Continued.
Commissions on telephone pay stations in Federal buildings
Consular and passport
Copying
CopyrightCourt of Claims...
Certifying railroad tariffs
Court of Customs and Patent Appeals
Customs
Fees and other charges, financing war contracts
Fees, sale of timber (Indians)..
_
Federal Firearms Act
Filing fees, Trust Indenture Act of 1939, Securities and Exchange Commission.
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, fees, sees. 506 (b) and 706
-.
Inspection of tobacco
Immigration, registration (earned)
Immigration fees, cancelation of deportation proceedings
Inspection and grading of farm products
Marshals, United States courts..
Migratory-bird hunting stamps
Naturalization (earned)
Naval stores grading
Navigation.
Patent (earned).
Registration, securities and exchanges
Registration under Neutrality Act
Services performed for Indians
Testing
Testing fees, enforcement of Tea Importation Act
The Tax Court of the United States
Vending machines
Warehouse Act
Other
Special accounts:
Fees and commissions, land offices, act June 17,1902 (32 Stat. 388)
Total, feesFines and penalties:
General accounts:
Antinarcotic laws
Antitrust laws
Canal Zone
Customs Service
Emergency price control and and Second War Powers Act
Enforcement of National Prohibition Act
Immigration and Naturalization Service
Internal revenue
Interstate Commerce Act
Liquidated damages
Navigation
Penalties, cotton marketing quotas, Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938...
Penalties, peanut marketing quotas, Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938..
Penalties, tobacco marketing quotas, Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938..
Penalties, wheat marketing quotas, Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938...
Public Health Service.
Public lands and reservations
Treble damages: Emergency Price Control Act
Violations, air-traffic regulations...
Violating regulations and 8-hour law of 1912
Violations, Federal Alcohol Administration Act
Violations, Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
Violations, Public Contracts Act
Other
„
Total, fines and penaltiesForfeitures:
General accounts:
Bonds of aliens, contractors, etc
Bonds under Narcotic Act
Bonds under National Prohibition Act
Bribes to United States officers
Excess proceeds of withheld Veterans' Administration foreign checks..
• Excess of credits, deduct.




Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

$1. 628.000
3,441,000
89, 000
325, 000
6,000
3,000
4.500
26,000
1, 000. 000
160. 000
17,000
2,000
65, 000
3,200
120, 000
50, 000
65,000
112,000
1,000,000
1, 200,000
2,500
188,000
3,800,000
488,000
37,000
150,000
265, 000
14, 000
38, 000
18. 000
10,000
4,400

$2,177,000
2,426.000
90.000
325,000
5,000
3,000
4,500
26,000
1,000, 000
160, 000
17, 000
2,000
65,000
3,200
175, 000
75, 000
65, 000
112.000
1,000.000
1, 250,000
2,500
188.000
3,800.000
488.000
14,800
150, 000
227,000
14, 000
38, 000
17, 000
10,000
4,400

50,000

50,000

43,523.87

15,223,400

14,826.200

14,438,106.93

$2,014,498.33
1, 763,911.63
93,031.69
325, 215.40
3,442.45
3,049. 90
4, 390. 20
26. 351.06
1, 213, 568. 00
150,068.82
16, 877.18
1, 737. 06
65. 343. 95
2, 596. 64
190. 946. 00
73, 638. 00
66, 304. 34
97, 669. 62
1,205. 671.00
1,735,152.50
1,778.47
188,560.16
3,450,656.20
400,425.99
15,900.00
134, 804. 43
144, 867. 94
14, 234. 06
38, 037. 76
20. 626. 40
9,947. 00
3, 214.44

9,000
300,000
50,000
231,000
300. 000
8,700
202, 500
5,000
75, 000
116,000
31, 000
250,000
10, 000
550,000
1,100,000
500
6,000
7,000,000
15,000
1,064, 000
1,700,000
75,000
400,000
1,320,000

9,000
300,000
50,000
231.000
300,000
11,200
152, 500
5,000
75,000
116,000
31,000
250.000
60,000
400,000
5,000,000
500
6,000
10,000.000
12,000
1,064,000
1,700,000
75,000
400,000
1,345,000

9,678.40
571,122.63
68,885.25
230,842.42
261,440. 53
15,050.12
137,842.00
4,708.07
166,916.99
116, 553.36
31. 700.00
933, 234. 04
30,056. 46
215. 610. 93
6,562,269.46
325. 00
8,331.66
8,714,948.21
10.487.50
957,520.78
1,746,393.62
71,731.08
404,240.56
1,352,874.70

14,818,700

21.593.200

22, 622,761.77

455,000
6,700
128,000
11,000
1,500,000

457,000
6,700
128,000
11,000
1,850,000

509,576.20
5,851.42
141,075.97
• 9,348.44
2,299,681.51

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 4—Continued
RECEIPTS OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source

Miscellaneous receipts—Continued.
Forfeitures—Continued.
General accounts—Continued.
Customs Service
Effects of deserters and enlisted men
Unclaimed funds and abandoned personal property
_
_.
Unclaimed and abandoned merchandise.
Unclaimed moneys and wages remaining in registry of courts.
----Unexplained balances in cash accounts...
Other
Special accounts:
Bonds of aliens (U. S. securities)
Total, forfeitures-.
Gifts and contributions:
General accounts:
Deposits of funds belonging to military organizations of the Army disbanded at close of World War..
Donations to the United States
_
Donations to the United States for war activities
Moneys received from persons known.
Moneys received from persons unknown
Residue of funds of quasi-Governmental organizations
_
Return of grants, Farm Security Administration.._
_
Return of mileage paid to Members of Congress.,
_
Special accounts:
Deposits, war contributions, act Mar. 27,1942..
----..„..Total, gifts and contributions.
Interest, exchange, and dividends:
General accounts:
Dividends on shares of Federal savings and loan associations.
Earnings from payments to Federal Reserve banks for industrial loans._.
_
_
Earnings of War Finance Corporation
Federal control of transportation systems (repayments to appropriations)
Gain by exchange
Interest earned on Commodity Credit Corporation securities
_
_
Interest collections of Farm Security Administration.
_
.
_._._
Interest earned on Home Owners' Loan Corporation bonds
___
_
_
Interest earned on Tennessee Valley Authority securities.
_
_
Interest earned on United States Housing Authority notes
_
Interest from Central Branch, Union Pacific Railroad.
_
Interest on advances to Colorado River Dam fund, Boulder Canyon project
Interest on construction costs of public works in Colon and Panama, War Department
Interest on advance payments to contractors
Interest on deferred collections or payments
Interest on emergency crop loans, Farm Credit Administration
_..
Interest on emergency crop loans incident to removal of enemy aliens
Interest on farmers' seed and feed loans
Interest on loan to District of Columbia for blackout expenses
Interest on loans for Indian rehabilitation.
Interest on funded obligations of foreign governments held by the United States under refunding agreements
Interest on homestead loans, Virgin Islands
Interest on Government-owned securities
_._„
Interest on long-term notes, National Capital Housing Authority
Interest on loans, Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration
Interest on loans, relief in stricken agricultural areas....
_
Interest on loans, Rural Electrification Administration
__.
_.
Interest on loans to States, municipalities, etc., Federal Works Agency...
_
Interest on public deposits
___
_____
Loans to railroads after termination of Federal control (repayments to appropriations) __
Interest and premiums on obligations of Reconstruction Finance Corporation.
_
Military and naval insurance, Veterans' Administration, premiums on term insurance (repayments to
appropriations)
_
Interest on securities received from Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Interest and profits on Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation bonds
Other
_.

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

$413,000
2,000
12,000
179,COO
109,000
30, 000
3,133,000

$413,000
2,000
32,0C0
179,000
109,000
30, 000
5, 633,000

$413,024.48
2, 803.98
36,090. 88
178, 475.40
114, 289.60
33,105. 63
200, 678. 21

5,000

5,000

2, 650. 00

5,983, 700

8, 855, 700

3, 927, 954. 84

1,335,000
51,000
15,000
27,000
50,000
25,000

1,635,000
152,000
15, 000
27,000
50,000
70,000

1,184. 53
3 a 23,027,913.84
151,903. 63
• 53,380. 55
31,402.90
1,417,784.96
392, 544.00
938.00

600, 000

1,220, 000

1, 303, 449. 42

2,103, 000

3,169, 000

19, 782, 086.95

81,000
150, 000

110,000
150, 000

6, 000
3,535,000
25, 750,000

5,000
4,534,000
14,000, 000
1,000
4,850,000
571.000
4,000, 000
5,000
5, 000,000
20,000
14,000,000
4,330,000
50,000
16.000
225,000
8,500

234, 512.98
245, 236. 85
1, 579. 01
12, 795.00
173,944.87
8,067,009.07
6,497. 51
1,384,667.96
570, 790. 62
2,827,182.32
6,947. 20
5,000,000.00

8, 500,000
571,000
4,000,000
5,000
5,000,000
9,500,000
4,230,000
25,000
1,000
150,000
1,500

10,013,955.42
4,738,469.12
83,362.64
42,604.16
449,107.81
1,731.15
1,547.44

3,500

20,000
1,000,000
9,200
1,830,000
127,000
75,000
98,000,000

23,000
1,125,000
7,300
1,475,000
157,000
75,000
85,000,000

291,007.07
967.77
96, 387.75
302.22
13,816.02
1, 507,164.63
7, 461. 54
1,378,156.62
49, 375.50
423,891.03
54,489,475.11

600,000
1,000
700,000
700

600,000
1,000
2,300,000
1,200

613,514.03
1,110.00
467,060.44
2,038.01

317,000
304,000
90,000
90,000

• Excess of credits, deduct.
Deposits amounting to $24,366,000 accepted in the fiscal year 1943 by the Navy Department as an over-all adjustment for savings in cost over estimates on work in progress
for the Navy, and not obtained as a result of a renegotiation of any particular contract, transferred in fiscal year 1944 to "Voluntary return of excessive profits," which is included in
"Reimbursements, excessive profits on renegotiated contracts."
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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 4—Continued
RECEIPTS OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source

Miscellaneous receipts—Continued.
Interest, exchange, and dividends—Continued,
Special account:
Interest and profits on investments, Pershing Hall Memorial fund.
Total, interest, exchange, and dividends..
Mint receipts:
General accounts:
Profits on coinage, bullion, deposits, etc.
Seigniorage
Total, mint receipts..
Permits, privileges, and licenses:
General accounts:
Alaska fund.
_
Business concessions...
Immigration reentry permits (earned)
L censes under Federal Power Act
Permits to enter national parks.
Permits,fishingand hunting
_
Power permits
Revenues, Washington National Airport
Rights-of-way on and occupancy of public lands and reservations
Other
Special accounts:
Licenses under Federal Power Act
Receipts under Grazing Act, June 28, 1934
Revenues, Indian Arts and Crafts Board—•_
Revenues, purchase of lands and other property, Mammoth Cave National Park..
Total, permits, privileges, and licenses.
Reimbursements:
General accounts:
Auditing accounts of American Red Cross
Bankruptcy Act, Interstate Commerce Commission
_
„
By States for emergency conservation work, profits on sales of lands or its products
Cable and radio messages
Collections under Cotton Standards Act
Collections under Grain Standards Act
Compensation received by Federal employees from private sources
Construction charges (Indian Service)
Cost of administration, Federal Power Act
Costs from estates of deceased Indians
Court costs
-By District of Columbia for advances for acquisition of lands under sec. 4, act May 29,1930, as amended
By District of Columbia for share of expenses of U. S. District Courts and Court of Appeals
Defense aid:
Agricultural, industrial, and other commodities
,
Aircraft and aeronautical material
—
Miscellaneous military equipment
.
Ordnance and ordnance stores
_.
Services and expenses.._
Tanks and other vehicles...
Vessels and other watercraft
Maintenance of District of Columbia inmates in Federal penal and correctional institutions
Expenses, miscellaneous
Expenses for bringing home interned American citizens
Excess cost over contract price
Excess premium for increased production of strategic materials
Excessive profits on renegotiated contracts *
Excess witness fees
Government property lost or damaged
_
Government property lost or damaged, National Guard
Hospitalization charges and expenses
Inspection of perishable food and farm products
-Jury service
Loss of continuous discharge books, etc., Marine Inspection and Navigation
Maintenance and irrigation charges, irrigation systems, Indian Service
Of appropriations made for Indian tribes
Refund on royalties

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

$5,000

$5,000

$7,673.10

164, 279,400

143,042,500

93,248,040.20

6,304,000
68,000,000

30,344,000
55,000,000

62,072,139.02
43,068,999.80

73,304,000

85,344,000

105,141,138.82

200,000
608,700
30,000
161,000
500,000
29,000
18,000
600,000
40,000
500

200,000
795,200
30,000
161,000
460,000
29,000
18,000
500,000
40,000
500

188,113.01
947, 746. 04
29, 228. 96
161,930.01
363,100.49
23,937.39
18,733.10
478, 331. 52
40,591.40
541.44

217,000
550,000
100
15,000

215,000
550,000
100
15,000

216,268.65
492.658.35
39.50
• 26,012.74

2,969, 300

3,013, 800

2, 035, 207.12

18,000
17,000

18,000
17, 000

23, 927. 27

20,000
130,000
62, 000
21,000
707,000
50,000
110,000
122, 000
730,000

20,000
130, 000
62,000
300
24,000
643,000

32,969.08
573,632. 50

49, 000
110,000
1, 733,000
750,000

48,931.17
110, 823. 62
1, 000, 000.00
605,921.69

500,000
10,000, 000
3,000,000
15,000, 000
50,000
8.000,000
5,000
200,000
501,000
225,000
18,067,000
175, 000
952,000,000
100
15,832,000
1,000
345,000
401,000
25,000
7,500
837, 500
275,000
10,000,000

3,000,000
35,000,000
10,000, 000
50, 000, 000
1,000, 000
25,000, 000
10, 000
200,000
453.000
225,000
27,069,000
200, 000
1,685,000,000
100
15,860,000
1,000
345,000
401,000
26,000
7,500
837,000
245,000
15,000,000

292. 71
63,929, 697. 64
14, 561, 851. 02
42, 558,016. 84

17,971.83
4,402.19
20,121.25
132,293.11
62,007.57
105.60

97, 778. 75

4,052,896. 45
10,916.80
234,537.66
402,636. 27
225, 490.36
27,884, 242.67
119,146.96
2,235,383,011.57
331.81
17,664,839.38
12,765.11
329,912.12
396,031.25
32,821.34
9, 317. 52
825,026.08
283,933.13
4,743,034.07

• Excess of credits, deduct.
* Includes cash refunds which are recoveries of excessive profits from renegotiation of war contracts which would not have been collected as taxes, plus those amounts which would
have been collected as taxes if the corporation had filed a definitive tax return prior to the determination of the amount of excessive profits.




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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 4—Continued
RECEIPTS OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source
Miscellaneous receipts—Continued.
Reimbursements—Continued.
General accounts—Continued.
Refund on enlistment allowances and clothing bounties
Refund, State and local taxes
Refund on empty containers
Reimbursement for expenses, American Mexican Claims Commission..
Revenues, power system, Flathead Reservation, Mont
Reimbursements from Federal Reserve Banks:
Contingent expenses, fiscal year 1943
Salaries, fiscal year 1943
Repairs of Rock Island Bridge, Rock Island, 111
Salaries (unauthorized services)
Services and expenses, reverse lend-lease
Settlement of claims against various depositors
Surplus postal revenues
Transportation
Other
Special accounts:
__.
Collections, reclamation fund
Reimbursements, defense aid:
Agricultural, industrial, and other commodities
Aircraft and aeronautical material
Tanks and other vehicles
Vessels and other watercraft
Total reimbursements..
Rents and royalties:
General accounts:
Ground rent--Pipe-line rentals
__.
Receipts from potash deposits, royalties, and rentals
_
Receipts under mineral leasing acts
_
_
_
Receipts for range improvements
Receipts from use and occupancy of agricultural labor supply centers, camps, and facilities..
Rent of docks, wharves, and piers
Rent of equipment
Rent of camp an d house sites
Rent on low-cost housing projects
Rent of land
Rent of public buildings, grounds, etc
Rent of telegraph and telephone facilities
Rent of water-power sites
Rentals of tenant farms, Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration
Rental or operation of property, defense housing
Royalties on coal leases in Alaska
Royalties on machines financed by the Defense Plant Corporation
Royalties, naval petroleum reserves, California
.
Royalties on oil, gas, etc
Royalties from oil, gas, sulphur, or other minerals, national wildlife refuges
Other
Special accounts:
Deposits, rents, national defense housing projects (emergency fund for the President):
Navy
—
War
Potash deposits, royalties and rentals, act of Oct. 2,1917
Receipts from leases of flood controllands
Receipts under mineral leasing acts
Receipts from potash deposits, royalties and rentals
*
.
Total, rents and royalties _
Sales of Government products:
General accounts:
Agricultural products, including livestock and livestock products.
Card indexes, Library of Congress
Dairy products
Electric current, power plant, Coolidge Dam, Ariz
Electric current, Colorado River irrigation project, Arizona...
_
Electric current

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

$300
402,000
2,216, 000
100, 000
175,000

$300
402,000
3,215,000
150, 000
175, 000

$2, 039. 39
675,193.17
2,515, 441. 90
316,349.43
179, 697. 60

2,000
85, 000
19,000
500
350, 000
50, 000
142, 000,000
6,801, 000
16,000,000

1,500
74,000
32,000
2,500
350,000
50,000
112,000, 000
5,177, 000
34,115, 000

868.09
64, 013. 83
19, 259. 78
17, 669. 50
2, 945. 60
58,049. 02
1, 000, 000. 00
4, 567 087. 23
169, 612. 594. 70

13,800,000

10,300,000

10, 208, 555. 21

37, 000,000
8,500
125,000
6,000

48, 000, 000
10, 000
150, 000
7,500

61, 440, 226. 33
11, 909. 30
5 a 200, 240. 70
» ° 10, 916. 80

1, 256, 574,400

2, 087, 647, 700

2, 666, 872, 376.97

4,300
15, 000
60,000
1, 200,000
275, 000
482,000
355,000
36,086,000
2,800
50,000
885, 000
3, 794,000
24,000
158, 000
80,000
2, 358,000
15, 000

4,300
15,000
60,000
1, 200,000
275,000
964,000
355,000
36,087,000
2,700
50,000
892,000
3, 803,000
24,000
158,000
85,000
2,358,000
15,000

500,000
3,403,000
10, 000
1,880,000

500, 000
3,703, 000
10, 000
1,930,000

5,150. 99
15,000.00
53, 498. 39
1,014,913.31
246, 329.11
449, 564.93
447, 699.12
37, 536,663.36
23, 208. 77
60, 307. 74
1,115, 256. 76
4,032, 314.05
24, 685. 77
158, 546. 94
81,948. 35
12, 209, 269. 49
17, 647. 00
102, 586.64
223, 243.44
219, 538.28
18, 223. 99
1, 369,490. 63

6,840,000
20,000
45,000
260,000
10,800,000
540,000

6,840, 000
20, 000
45, 000
260,000
10,800,000
540,000

• 1, 495, 893.43
-9,471.81
44, 948. 57
169, 077. 58
9,134, 219. 77
481,485.67

70,142,100

70,996, 000

67, 754, 453. 41

376,000
315,000
111, 000
320,000
60,000
195,000

383,000
315, 000
111,000
300,000
60,000
196, 000

410, 234. 23
318,516.02
101, 524. 77
323, 220. 57
68,456. 74
172, 974.08

o Excess of credits, deduct.
« Result of receipts covered in fiscal year 1942 and transferred to general fund account in fiscal year 1944.
« Represents transfer of unappropriated balance of prior year receipts to appropriation account "Rents, maintenance, etc., National Defense Housing Project (Emergency fund
for the President), Navy."
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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 4—Continued
RECEIPTS OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source

Miscellaneous receipts—Continued.
Sales of Government products—Continued.
General accounts—Continued.
Films
Heat, light, power, and water
-Ice
Migratory Bird Conservation Act, receipts credited to the general fund
Occupational therapy products
Old, condemned, and surplus property, Navy Department
_
Photo duplications
Plans and specifications
Proceeds, activities fund, United States naval prisons
Products from development of guayule and other rubber-bearing plants
._
Public documents, charts, maps, etc
Public timber
Sale of gas from helium plants, net profits
Sale of crude oil and other petroleum products from Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 1 (Elk Bills).
Sale and transfer of Government property, Federal property utilization program
Sale and transmission of electric energy:
Bonneville project, Oregon
Denison Dam project, Oklahoma-Texas
Norfork Dam project, Arkansas
_.
Scrap and salvaged materials, condemned stores, waste paper, refuse, etc
Seal and fox skins and furs
Stores
Steam
Subsistence (meals, rations, etc.)
Unserviceable Civilian Conservation Corps property
Water
-.
Other
Special accounts:
Deposits, sale and transmission of electric energy, Bonneville project, Oregon
Deposits, sale and transmission of electric energy, Fort Peck project, Montana
Deposits, sale of goods or commodities, War Relocation Authority, act July 25, 1942 (56 Stat. 710) _
Proceeds, publication and sale of Victory Magazine, Office of War Information
Receipts from production and sale of helium, etc., Bureau of Mines
Receipts under Migratory Bird Conservation Act
Sale of water, sec. 40 (d), Mineral Leasing Act of 1920
Total, sale of Government products.
Sales of services:
General accounts:
Copies of hearings
_
_
Earnings by United States transports
Earnings from business operations
Fumigating and disinfecting
Laundry and dry-cleaning operations
Medical, dental, and hospital services
Livestock breeding service
Overhead charges on sales of services or supplies (War and Navy Departments).
Professional and scientific
Quarantine charges (fumigation, disinfection, inspection, etc., of vessels)
Quarters, subsistence, and laundry service
Radio service.
Services of civilian internees and prisoners of war
Services of conscientious objectors
Storage and other charges
Telephone and telegraph
Tolls, Panama Canal
Transportation service
Work done for individuals or corporations
Other
Special accounts:
_.
Alaska Railroad fund receipts
Collections for laundry service, Naval Academy...
_
_
Total, sales of services..
7

Estimated, 1946

Actual, 1944

$135,000
117, 000
250, 000
183,000
84,000
90, 000
33,000
2, 000
50, 000
300, 000
2, 255, 000
38,000
40, 000
7, 500, 000
2, 461,200

$75, 000
117, 000
250, 000
183, 000
79, 000
90,000
33,000
2,000
50, 000
300. 000
2,952, 000
65,000
40,000
8,400, 000
4, 654, 000

800,000
600, 000
91, 345, 000
745,000
846, 000
136, 500
465, 600
236, 000
31,100,000

600, 000
458, 000
81,965,000
645, 000
1,126, 000
136, 500
561,900
2,000
236,000
36,200,000

51,731,982.72
754, 750.95
1,391, 056.91
137,729. 40
644, 074. 21
2, 059.83
168, 724. 79
8 25,359,552. 32

23,987, 000
550,000
46, 000
400
90,000
65,000
300

22, 287, 000
500,000
80, 000
800
90,000
61, 000
300

9, 665, 813.90
436, 000. 20
105, 203. 49
1,707.14
89,476. 94
120,907. 89
446. 55

165, 928, 000

163,604,500

5,000
700,000
1,524,000
48,000
30,013,000
27,600
1,100
1, 750,000
700
91,500
1,638,000
150,000
5,000,000

5,000
800,000
1,732,000
50,000
45,013,000
32,100
26,100
2,400,000
700
91,500
2,638,000
150,000
16,000,000

94, 700
429, 000
5,000,000
14, 301, 000
704,000
1,004,000

94,700
680.000
5,000,000
7, 926, 500
1,129,000
1, 506,000

3,448.87
750, 569.94
1, 779,012.03
61,959.00
46,171,659. 35
202, 555. 69
675. 72
2, 595, 275. 84
656.47
90,384. 77
1,275,850.89
149,641. 62
4,764,030.79
988. 70
87,265. 29
666,825.10
5,922, 967. 70
2, 245, 207. 72
1, 573, 970. 53
2,122, 680. 72

5, 850,000
300,000

5,850,000
330,000

12,869,776.44
335,140-17

68, 631,600

91,454,600

83, 670, 543. 35

$31, 872. 34
110, 051. 37
171, 426. 67
130, 323.92
64, 536. 47
96, 920. 42
36,175. 42
3, 207. 31
40,615. 58
263, 619. 80
2, 087, 932.83
100, 663.19
40, 000. 00
27,863, 843.18
7, 787, 509. 44

Upon final determination, appropriate amounts will be transferred to this account from the special account for Bonneville project.
«Includes $23,675,742.51 sale of Government property—products under War Department.




Estimated, 1945

130,833,111.59

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 4—Continued

RECEIPTS OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

Miscellaneous receipts—Continued.
Sundry receipts:
General accounts:
Forest reserve fund
__
Postal receipts, Panama Canal
Special accounts:
Deposits, postal funds, Canal Zone
Forest reserve fund _
Forest reserve fund, roads and trails for States (10 percent)
Forest reserve fund, payments to States (25 percent)
_ _ _ _ _
Receipts for acquisition of lands

_ __

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

$10,207,000

$6,834, 258. 25
671. 79

1, 557,000
3,894,000

458,000
340,000
1,557,000
3,894,000

723,079. 90
5, 595, 399.12
1,043, 548.06
2, 608,870.16
« 405,881. 77

16, 323, 000

._ _

$10,414,000

458,000

16,456, 000

16, 399, 945. 51

_ _ __

Total, sundry receipts
United States revenues from District of Columbia sources

12,808. 64

Deposits for Defense Aid:
Special account:
Deposits for Defense Aid, sec. 6 (b), act Mar -11,1941

15,000,000

Repayments of investments:
General accounts:
Amortization payments from rents, national defense housing (emergency fund for the President) War
Collections, insured loans, Federal Housing Administration
__ .
.
Construction costs of public works in Colon and Panama
Excess proceeds of sale of cotton acquired by Secretary of Agriculture, act June 19, 1934
Loans to railroads after termination of Federal control, etc
Principal on securities received from Reconstruction Finance Corporation under act Feb. 24, 1938
Principal payments on loans, Puerto Rican Hurrican Relief Commission
Principal payments on low-cost houses, Virgin Islands
... _ _ _
Principal of bonds of foreign governments under funding agreements: Finland
...
Principal on loan to District of Columbia for black-out expenses
Proceeds from submarginal land program, Farm Tenant Act (75 percent)
Repayment of principal on account of loans to individuals and community enterprises, War Relocation
Authority _
Repayment of principal on account of flood and windstorm loans
Repayment of principal on loans for Indian rehabilitation
Repayment of principal on emergency crop loans, Farm Credit Administration
_
_
Repayment of principal on account of loans, Rural Electrification Administration...
_.
Repayment of principal on account of loans, Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration
Repayment of principal on account of loans, Farm Security Adm inistration
Repayment of principal on account of loans to States, municipalities, etc., defense public works- _ _
Repayment of principal long-term notes National Capital Housing Authority
Repayment of principal on emergency crop loans incident to removal of enemy aliens
Return of advances, Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway
Return of relief moneys furnished American citizens in territories and island possessions
Sale of chattels, Farm Security Administration
Repayment and recoveries, emergency relief, act Dec. 17, 1941, and July 12, 1943
Repayment of subscriptions to preferred and income shares, Federal savings and loan associations..
Repayment of principal on orchard rehabilitation loans
Repayment of loans to students, Federal Security Agency _
Special accounts:
Crop production loan funds, act Jan. 22, 1932
Receipts from submarginal land program, Farm Tenant Act
Repayment of principal on account of loans to States, municipalities, etc
Total, repayment of investments __

__

_

__

.. _ _

__ _

Sales of public lands:
Special accounts:
Sale of public land, reclamation fund (80 percent)
Sales of Government property:
General accounts:
Capital equipment (trucks, horses, cars, machinery, furniture and fixtures, and other capital equipment)...
Land and buildings
Lands, etc., on account of military post construction fund
_
Office material, etc
Ordnance material, War
Proceeds of Fort Hall irrigation and water system, Idaho
_
Proceeds of sales of vessels for the Coast Guard
_
Sale of town lots, Alaska
1

Excess of credits, deduct.




Actual, 1944

25, 000,000

33, 086, 470. 36

20, 000
750,000

20, 000
1,000,000
28, 000

100, 000
7,000
122, 000
600
107, 000

120,000
40,000
128,700
600
99,000
901,000
731, 000

18,836. 34
2,073, 622. 99
56,378. 80
5.50
910, 200. 65
40, 000. 00
152,374. 53
1, 654. 54
91, 353. 05
998, 268.85
225,791.44

382, 500

125, 000

530,000
3,500
225,000
35,800
60, 000
11,000
110,000

150, 500
1,200

460, 000
1,200

34,000
1,000, 000

60,000
1, 250, 000

328, 000

328,000

35,403. 45
63,154. 53
4,069. 73
222, 454.16
56, 570. 41
35,147. 40
« 9? 318. 04
29, 740. 46
4, 248. 00
494, 239.10
1,193. 66
1, 303. 00
352.35
514,027. 85
6, 757, 200. 00
1,000.00
117, 285. 22

1, 208,000
127,000
3,000,000

1, 692,000
243,000
2,000,000

2, 671, 516.12
264,877.61
4, 602, 600. 99

8,447,900

10,077,800

20, 435, 552. 69

80,000

80,000

99,319. 99

19,268, 000
2,081, 000
10,000

16,994,000
2,354,000
10, 000

3, 200, 000
2,500
10,000

3,000,000
3,000
10,000

10, 257,021. 25
12, 432, 253. 39
10,094. 31
5, 863. 59
3, 680,978.18
3, 552.95
13,759. 44
121.00

800,000
4,000
75,000
45,600
60. 000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 4—Continued
RECEIPTS OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source

Miscellaneous receipts—Continued.
Sales of Government property—Continued.
General accounts—Continued.
Standing timber, Alaska..
Surplus war supplies.
Special accounts:
Coos Bay Wagon Road grant fund
4..
Oregon and California land grant fund_._
Proceeds, operation of commissaries, Division of Mental Hygiene, Public Health Service..
Proceeds of town sites, lots, Reclamation Service
Sale of reserve lands, reclamation projects
Total, sales of Government property.
Total, miscellaneous receipts
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis....
Total, miscellaneous receipts..
Total, receipts
Deduct:
Net appropriation for Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund.
Net receipts, general and special accounts




Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

$3,000
1,000,000,000

$3,000
500,000,000

$3,132. 29
7,194, 305. 66

24,000
1,600,000
130,000
10,000

24,000
1, 600,000
93, 000
10, 000

25, 949. 88
1, 768,159.15
5, 776. 00
11,658.11
1,100. 00

1,026,338,500

524,101,000

35, 413, 725. 20

2,919, 422,000

3, 283,085, 000

3,289,519,082.45
- 9 , 459, 557. 49

2,919, 422,000

3, 283,085,000

3, 280, 059, 524.96

42,854, 752,000

47,022, 775,000

45,408, 442, 028. 00

1, 599, 880,000

1, 293,060,000

1, 259, 515, 059.93

41,254,872, 000

45,729, 715,000

44,148, 926,968.07

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

5

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS *
By function and organization unit
[For the fiscal years 1946,1945, and 1944)
APPROPRIATIONS
Function and organization unit

Recommended,
1946

WAR ACTIVITIES:
War Department:
Military functions 2
Civil functions (classified as war activities)
Panama Canal

A c t u a l , 1944

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury'statement^basis

$38, 997,089,000
1,811,000
1,100, 000

15,436, 266, 635

59, 037, 925, 594. 76

39, 000, 000,000

48, 500, 000, 000

49, 296, 913, 731. 78
- 4 8 , 1 1 0 , 512. 62

15,436, 266, 635

59,037, 925, 594. 76

39, 000, 000, 000

48, 500, 000, 000

49,248,803,219.16

26, 739, 288, 301

28. 527,446,441. 78

22, 000, 000, 000

27, 900, 000, 000

26, 784, 932, 066.12
- 2 4 7 , 298,188. 86

26, 739, 288, 301

28,527,446,441.78

22, COO, 000, 000

27, 900, 000,000

26, 537, 633,877.26

445,300t

879, 800

924, 000. 00

455,000

109,000
827,000

73, 539.62
861, 630. 82
11,816.41

1.015,100,000

300, 000
1,207,359, 421

2, 966, 832, 630. 70

2, 516,359, 000

250,000
2, 572, 211, 700

3,015,545,300

1, 208, 539, 221

2, 967,756, 630. 70

2, 516, 814,000

2, 573,397, 700

2,758, 386,090. 71
-172,669,173.22

1,015, 545,300

1, 208, 539, 221

2, 967, 756, 630. 70

2, 516, 814,000

2,573,397, 700

2, 585, 716,917.49

3,015,000, 000

3,925, 570,000

32,286,470. 00

7,032, 000
2,430,000
110, 000

11,196, 000
346,000
4,191,143
600,000

12,690, 705. 00
43, 900. 00
5,765,314. 00
539, 255. 00

7,000,000
25, 000
2,501,000
115,000

11,000,000
325, 000
4,159, 000
580,000

231,000

338,000

299,000. 00

231,000

781,600

825,000

794,050.00

100,000
796,000

295,000
1,300
504,000
810,000

31,830,000

1,198,488

138,000. 00

28, 800,000

1,391,000

53, 590, 000

62,500,000

58, 943,153. 77

54,000,000

60,000,000

6, 766,000,000

Executive Office of the President:
Executive Office proper
Bureau of the Budget
. __
National Resources Planning Board
President's Committee for Education of Men Demobilized
from the Armed Forces
("JoinTOit top for Oon^p^tpd Production Arfias
--War agencies 2 3

$59, 036, 327, 296. 76
1, 598, 298. 00

23, 500, 000, 000

Total, Navy Department

$15,434, 814, 795
1, 451, 840

23, 500,000, 000

Navy Department
_
___
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

$48,495, 567, 000 $49, 288, 936, 345. 52
1,433, 000
1, 372, 246. 22
3, 000, 000
6, 605,140. 04

1, 289, 780,000.00

1, 700,000,000

4,000,000,000

96,004, 600

6, 847,194, 631

1, 368, 993, 377. 77

1,793,568,000

4,079,065, 300

3,811, 352, 299.03
+ 8 9 , 717,075. 75

96,004, 600

6, 847,194, 631

1, 368, 993, 377. 77

1, 793, 568,000

4,079, 065, 300

3,901,069, 374. 78

_
___

Emergency funds appropriated to the President
Independent offices:
Civil Service Commission
Employees' Compensation Commission
Federal Communications Commission
Federal Power Commission
Oe'ieral Accounting Offinp.
Interstate Commerce Commission
National Archives
National Capital Housing Authority
National Labor Relations Board
National Mediation Board
Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion 2
Railroad Retirement Board
Securities and Exchange Commission
_
Selective Service System 2
Smithsonian Institution
Tariff Commission
XJnited States Maritime Commission
Veterans' Administration

Total independent offices

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

32, 502, 794,440

_

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

32,502, 794,440

..-

2

Total, Executive Office of the President

A c t u a l , 1944

$32, 500,000,000
1,893,840
900,600

.
Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total, War Department

A c t u a l , 1945

EXPENDITURES

36.80
338,338.18
2,757,105,728.88

(«)

_

12,981,423.83
237, 736. 75
5,777,956.77
552,769.16
31, 293.65
270,490. 56
5, 285. 05
2, 674,082. 54
732, 794. 25
13,818.11
110,289.95
2,968. 56
12.27
62, 722,929. 67
« 40,625. 29
» 39,139. 63
3, 728, 243, 396. 51
» 2, 925,183. 68

« Excess of credits, deduct.
1 This table is explained in appendix 1,
1 Because of possible material changes in war conditions, the detailed estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1946 will be submitted to the Congress as a part of a supplementary budget in the spring of 1945. Consequently the estimated appropriations and expenditures for the fiscal year 1946 are tentative.
s Includes Office for Emergency Management and constituent agencies, Office of Censorship, Office of Price Administration, Office of Strategic Services, and Petroleum Administration for War.
« Expenditures are shown under the various agencies to which funds are allocated.




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE

5—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Function and organization unit

WAR ACTIVITIES—Continued.
Federal Security Agency:
Office of Education
___

Recommended,
1946

__

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

$384,900
73, 469,000

$15, 541, 700
76,125,000

$130,700,900.00
66,879,000.00

$4,037,000
73,000,000

$68,663,000
74,000,000

$73,908,086.26
58,074,722.95

900,000

1, 500,000

1,750,000.00

1,000,000

208,000
2,316,000

8,713,115. 56
2,393,340.41

74,753,900

93,166, 700

199,329,900.00

78,037,000

145,187,000

143,089,265.18
-10,332,400.90

74, 753, 900

93,166, 700

199, 329,900.00

78,037,000

145,187, 000

132, 756,864.28

12, 000,000

165,000,000. 00

55,100,000

48,000,000

54, 000,000

88,000,000.00

51,000, 000

109,950,000
2,800,000
101, 242, 000

134, 665,186.82
1,054,888. 93
106,107,588. 28

48, 000, 000

66,000, 000

253,000,000. 00

106,100,000

213,992, 000

241,827,664.03
-14,096,374.66

48, 000, 000

66, 000,000

253, 000, 000. 00

106,100, 000

213,992, 000

227,731,289.37

Office of the Administrator
_
Federal Home Loan Bank Administration _
Federal Public Housing Authority. _ _

15, 000, 000

157, 500, 000. 00
° 36, 690,000

7, 214, 000
9,733,000
112,458,000

12, 796,484. 79
61,257,922.66
418,813,623.88

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

15,000, 000

157, 500,000. 00

« 36,690,000

129,405,000

492,868,031. 31
+45,900,672.74

15, 000, 000

157, 500,000.00

« 36, 690,000

129,405,000

538, 768, 704. 05

985,000
1,400,000, 000
40,000,000
6,000,000

1, 324, 415. 82
2,042,845,472.07

13,048, 000.00

1, 200,000,000
200, 000,000
5, 200, 000

26, 200, 000. 00
30, 000,000.00

5, 800, 000
20, 000, 000

18, 300,000
30,000,000

13, 865,942. 33
20,156, 362.89

138,000

206,973. 50

Public Health Service
__
Office of the Administrator:
National Youth Administration
Other
Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total, Federal Security Agency
Federal Works Agency:

Office of the Administrator
Public Buildings Administration
Public Roads Administration

_
__
_

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total, Federal Works Agency
National Housing Agency:

-

Total, National Housing Agency

Department of Agriculture:
Office of the Secretary
Defense aid (lend-lease).
United Nations relief and rehabilitation ._
Emergency rubber project ._ _ _
___
War Food Administration:
Salaries and expenses
Supply and distribution of farm labor
Food Production Administration: Farm Security Administration
Food Distribution Administration:
Emergency supplies for Territories and possessions (national defense)
Foreign war relief (national defense)
Miscellaneous
Total .
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

30, 700, 000
20, 000, 000

1,000, 000

1,000, 000
3, 500,000

21, 582, 446.84
1, 865, 011.10
72,902. 26

10,000,000

69, 248,000.00

1,432,000, 000

1, 499,923,000

2,113, 514, 789. 42
+ 2 9 , 888, 999. 27

50, 700, 000

69, 248,000.00

1, 432,000,000

1, 499, 923, 000

2,143, 403, 788.69

85,000

125,000

125,000. 00

80, 000

29, 400, 000.00

-

50, 700, 000

10, 000,000

Total, Department of Agriculture.
Department of Commerce:
__
Office of the Secretary.. . _ . _.
Loan agencies (Commerce)
Office of Administrator of Civil Aeronautics

10, 000, 000

26, 662,000

1,914,000
6,030,000
83,831,000

741, 786.07
« 433, 328. 86
137,805,243.10
183, 900.16

Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. .. - _ _
Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

85,000

* Excess of credits, deduct.




125,000

29, 525,000.00

26, 742, 000

91,775,000

138, 297, 600.47
- 5 , 506,407.60

85,000

125,000

29,525,000.00

26,742,000

91,775,000

132,791,192.87

3, 500, 000
25, 000, 000

525,000
4, 669, 200
39, 000, 000
35,000

530,000.00
3,125,000.00
48,170,042. 52
70,000.00

100,000
3,475,000
24, 500,000
10,000

2, 399,100
3, 650,000
35,868,000
215,000

.

Total, Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior:
Office of the .Secretary
Solid Fuels Administration for War
War Relocation Authority
... _
_
Bureau of Indian Affairs . ... ... .

11, 595, 262.61

_

• 4,879, 517.61
1,976,177. 37
34,451,437. 50
62, 870.11

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 5—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
]EXPENDITURES J

APPROPRIATIONS

Function and organization unit

Recommended,
1946

WAR ACTIVITIES—Continued.
Department of the Interior—Continued.
Bureau of Reclamation
Geological Survey Bureau of Mines
National Park Service
Fish and Wildlife Service
__
Government in the Territories

$350,000
10,115,000

$700,000
14, 808,000

1, 250,000

500,000.00

4, 555,000

6, 770, 000

57,114,200

66, 232,042. 52

43,105,000

64, 410,100

44, 674, 601. 70
- 3 6 , 828,178.09

57,114, 200

66, 232, 042. 52

43,105,000

64, 410,100

7, 846, 423. 61

670,000
25,100,000

460,000
40, 750,000

800,000.00
38,110, 000. 00

675,000
26, 253,000

750, 000
36, 377,000

643,147. 56
41, 764, 893. 20
402. 84

41, 210,000

38, 910, 000.00

26, 928,000

37,127,000

42, 408, 443. 60
+290,347. 55

41, 210,000

38,910, 000.00

26, 928,000

37,127,000

42, 698, 791.15

2,005,100
1,182, 400
44, 227, 500

1,990, 200
2, 672, 400
42, 843, 000
55,000

2,054, 500.00
1, 365, 400.00
29, 722, 300.00

2,004,000
1,185,000
40,038,000
1,000

2,069,000
2, 650,900
42, 842,000
54, 000

1, 997, 534.49
1, 445, 681. 82
29, 959,168. 72

47,415,000

43, 228,000

47, 615, 900

33, 390, 952. 61
- 2 , 775, 542.18

47, 560, 600

33,142, 200.00

43, 228,000

47, 615, 900

30, 615, 410. 43

50,000
6, 200,000

4, 202,000.00

40, 000
6,100,000

19, 595,000
7, 032,000

17, 777, 356.71
3,087, 283. 28

6, 334, 500

6, 250,000

4, 202,000.00

6,140,000

26, 627,000

20, 864,639. 99
-1,455,056.83

6, 334, 500

Total, Department of State

33,142, 200.00

45, 500
6, 289,000

.
._
Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis, _

47, 560, 600

47, 415, 000

_.

Department of State:
Office of the Secretary
Foreign Service

6, 250,060

4, 202,000.00

6,140,000

26, 627,000

19, 409, 583.16

55, 596,000

144, 475,000

150, 765, 922.13

910, 432,000

1, 412, 800,000

< 373. 30
•
a
2.10
7, 800. 00
1, 281, 506, 918. 62

50,000, 000

966,028, 000

1, 557, 275,000

1, 432, 280, 265. 35
+57,146, 236. 21

50,000, 000

966, 028, 000

1, 557, 275, 000

1, 489, 426, 501. 56

365,000,000

2, 615,500,000

1, 398,000,000

1,134, 200,000

60, 744, 577, 540

57,199, 485, 288

92, 785, 497, 657. 53

69,400,000,000

88, 000, 000, 000

87, 038, 671, 937. 86

4, 500, 000, 000

3, 750, 000, 000

2,610,117,272.01

3, 750,000, 000

* 2, 608, 979, 805. 62

Treasury Department:
Office of the Secretary
Fiscal Service:
Bureau of the Public Debt
Bureau of Internal Revenue

Secret Service Division
Procurement Division

$557,045.19
637, 962. 93
18,024,102. 94
3, 506.11
5, 290. 65
« 6,164, 273.49

° 11, 432. 42

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total, Department of Labor

$680,000.00
692,000. 00
12, 465, 000.00

25, 770,000

_____

$665,000
10, 970,000

25, 770,000

..

Total, Department of Justice

50, 000,000

_

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total, Treasury Department

a
Excess of credits, deduct.
* Includes adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis of — $1,137,466.39,'




Actual, 1944

37,874,800

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

INTEREST ON THE PUBLIC DEBT

Estimated, 1945

37, 874,800

Department of Justice:
Legal activities and general administration
Federal Bureau of Investigation _. _ _
Immigration and Naturalization Service

Total, war activities

Estimated, 1946

1, 250,000

_.- _

Total, Department of the Interior

Anticipated supplemental appropriations

A c t u a l , 1944

$325,000
7, 799, 800

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

Department of Labor:
Office of the Secretary
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Children's Bureau
Women's Bureau
Wage and Hour Division

Actual, 1945

4, 500, 000, 000

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TABLE

5—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Function and organization unit

Refunds:
Treasury Department:
Office of the Secretary
Bureau of Customs
Bureau of Internal Revenue

Recommended,
1946

_.

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total, refunds
Veterans' pensions and benefits:
. ..
Veterans Administration
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total, veterans' pensions and benefits

Estimated, 1946 Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

Actual, 1944

$1,068,000,000
15, 000, 000
1, .641, 769, 600

$1,068,000,000
15,000,000
1,085,311,850

$134,032,175.28
19,000,000.00
150,825, 692.00

$1,068,000,000
15,000,000
1, 641, 769,600

$1,068,000,000
15,000,000
1,088,986.000

$134,032,175.28
14,401, 655.92
146, 723,882. 51

2, 724, 769,600

2,168,311,850

303,857,867.28

2, 724, 769,600

2,171,986,000

295,157,713. 71
-28,488,056.18

2, 724, 769, 600

2,168, 311, 850

303,857,867. 28

2, 724, 769, 600

2,171,986,000

266,669,657.53

2, 622, 687, 500

1, 252,466, 565

900, 074, 208.95

2,611,667,350

1,263,858,437

741,559, 548.85
-16,473,403.72

2, 622, 687, 500

1, 252,466, 565

900, 074, 208.95

2,611, 667,350

1,263,858,437

725, 086,145.13

147,000, 000

302, 500, 000

400,000,000. 00
170, 281,000.00

270,000,000

300,000,000

30,000,000

37, 500,000
300,000

394,847,822. 78
163,040,083.91
40, 235,059. 57
5,926,329. 23

Aids to agriculture:

Department of Agriculture:
War Food Administration:
Food Production Administration:
Agricultural Adjustment Agency:
Conservation and use of agricultural land resources
Parity payments
Other
Federal Crop Insurance Act
.. _
_
Land utilization and retirement of submarginal
land
Farm Security Administration

3, 500,000.00
1, 214, 800
28,000, 000

1, 493, 878
28, 525,000

1, 353,425. 00
48,460,109. 00

1, 225,500
27, 850,000

1, 473,000
34,935,800

1,474,982. 09
35,452/986.13

176, 214,800

332, 518,878

623, 594, 534.00

329,075, 500

374, 208,800

640,977, 263. 71

Food Distribution Administration:
Exportation and domestic consumption of agricultural commodities
Administration of Sugar Act of 1937
^_

113,000,000
48,446,000

119,307,108
52, 510, 203

97,051, 938.00
63,883,060.00

85,000,000
47,000,000

92,000,000
52,000,000

96, 518,883. 79
50, 509, 385.75

Total, Food Distribution Administration

161,446,000

171,817,311

160,934,998.00

132,000,000

144,000,000

147,028, 269. 54

337, 660,800
526,000

504,330,189
626, 321

784, 529, 532.00
5, 596, 532.00

461,075, 500
« 1, 675,000

518, 208,800
"5,050,000

788,005, 533. 25
• 34,415, 536. 87

338,186,800

504, 962, 510

790,126,064.00

459,400, 500

513,158,800

753,589,996. 38

° 3,087,000
• 46, 598,000

4,225,000
• 2,031,000
-51,574,000

21,236,376.83
• 1,347,835.00
•6,521,078.17

1,365,000

7,215,126. 54

Total, Food Production Administration

Total, War Food Administration
Farm Credit Administration
Total, Department of Agriculture-.
Treasury Department:
Office of the Secretary:
Federal land banks:
Reductions in interest rate on mortgages
_ _
Subscription to capital stock, revolving fund
Subscriptions to paid-in surplus, revolving fund,.
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation:
Reductions in interest rate on mortgages

21,800,000.00

7,400,000.00

Total, Treasury Department
Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total, aids to agriculture
Social security program:
Administrative expenses:
Federal Security Agency, Social Security Board

Department of Commerce, Bureau of Census
Department of Labor, Children's Bureau
Total, administrative expenses
• Excess of credits, deduct.




29,200,000.00

"49,685,000

« 48,015,000

20,582, 590.20

338,186, 800

504, 962, 510

819,326,064.00

409, 715, 500

465,143,800

774,172,586.58
-8,912,263.45

338,186,800

504,962, 510

819,326,064.00

409, 715,500

465,143,800

765,260,323.13

22, 991,900
151,000
438, 400

25,220,900
165,000
420, 800

25,450, 900.00
250,000.00
417,200.00

22,932,000
152,000
437,000

24,884,000
169,000
414,000

24,436,769.40
231,572.79
413,316.24

23, 581, 300

25,806, 700

26,118,100.00

23, 521,000

25,467,000

25,081,658.43

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 5—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Function and organization unit

Recommended,
1946

Social security program—Continued.
Grants to States:
Federal Security Agency:
Public Health Service
Social Security Board

.

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Total, social security program

443,600,000

456,678,000.00

463,260,000

448,375,000

476,497, 724.42

11,200,000

11,200,000.00

11,200,000

11,693,000

11,158,076. 56

470,667,000

454,800,000

467,878,000.00

474,460,000

460,068,000

487, 655,800. 98

480,606,700

493,996,100.00

497,981,000

485,535,000

512,737,459.41
—1,318,060.64

480,606,700

493,996,100.00

497,981,000

485,535,000

511,419,398.77

1, 800,000
500

2,104, 496.99
11,171.30

13, 500, 000

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

$10,839,952.83
465,657, 771. 59

45,000

-

$11,614,000
436,761,000

494, 248,300

_

$11,260,000
452,000,000

11,200,000

_~

$11,000,000.00
445,678,000.00

494,248,300

.

$11,000,000
432,600,000

459,467,000

Total, grants to States

15, 022,000
187,000
34, 000

3, 321, 817.00
6, 370, 469.98
5,823, 722.24

13, 500,000

15, 243, 000

15, 516,009. 22

2,700

28, 664.08

Work relief:
Employees' Compensation Commission
General Accounting Office
Federal Works Agency:
Office of the Administrator:
Public Works Administration
Work Projects Administration
_
Other . .

______

7,000,000.00

Total, Federal Works Agency

7,000,000.00

Department of the Interior government in the Territories
Treasury Department:
Fiscal Service:
Bureau of Accounts
Office of the Treasurer of the United States
Secret Service Division
Procurement Division

137, 500. 00

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

Total, Government employees' retirement fund__.
Railroad retirement appropriated account
_

Aids to youth:
Federal Security Agency:
Office of the Administrator:
Civilian Conservation Corps
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

Excess of credits, deduct.




13, 545,000

17,046, 200

18,140, 374. 36
+4,869, 352. 47

7,137, 500. 00

Retirement funds:
Government employees' retirement funds:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement and disability appropriated
fund
. _
.
___
Canal Zone retirement and disability appropriated
fund
Alaska Railroad retirement and disability appropriated fund
State Department:
Foreign Service retirement and disability appropriated fund

Total, aids to youth

480,032. 77

7,137, 500. 00

Total, work relief

3

178,893. 25
28,102. 47
13, 036.92
260,000.13

137, 500. 00

Total, Treasury Department

Total, retirement funds

Actual, 1944

$11,467,000
448,000,000

_

Total, Federal Security Agency
Department of Labor:
Children's Bureau..

Actual, 1945

13, 545,000

17,046, 200

23,009, 726.83

245,000, 000

194,500,000

175,104,000. 00

245,000,000

194, 500,000

175,104,000,00

1,177,000

1,177,000

1,177,000.00

1,177,000

1,177,000

1,177,000.00

217,000

175,000

175,000. 00

217,000

175,000

175,000.00

922,800

910, 500

865,600.00

922.800

910,500

865,600.00

247,316,800
291,913,000

196, 762, 500
308,817,000

177,321, 600. 00
262, 720,000. 00

247,316,800
241, 232, 000

196, 762, 500
359,498,000

177,321,600.00
262,720,000.00

539, 229,800

505, 579,500

440,041,600, 00

488, 548,800

556, 260, 500

440,041, 600. 00

• 66,370.30
+236, 257.37
169,887.07

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE

5—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS

EXPENDITURES

Function and organization unit
Recommended,
1946

General Public Works Program:
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
Tennessee Valley Authority
_
Veterans' Administration
_
Federal Security Agency, Saint Elizabeths Hospital

A c t u a l , 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

$7,000,000
23,000,000
93,000,000
580,000

$16, 452,000
34,000,000
26,600,000
398,000

$11, 233, 753. 72
66, 544, 688. 67
4,852, 670. 65
183, 260. 69

Actual, 1944

$4, 745; 00C

$18, 756,800. 00

17,945, 500
445,000

46, 563,000.00

39,000,000

43,000, 000

40,000, 000. 00

1,814, 000
60,150,000

4, 820,000
66, 200, 0C0

3,106,083. 87
47,199, 337. 40

Total, Federal Works Agency

39,000,000

43, 000,000

40,000,000. 00

61, 964,000

71,020,000

50, 305,421. 27

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service

10,133,000

4,161,496

3,037,168. 00

4, 500, 000

4, 600,000

5, 386,165. 00

9, 907,890. 00
110,000.00

9,000, 000

500,000
83,000

35, 670. 95
206, 588.90

10,017,890. 00

9,000,000

583,000

242,259.85

_

Federal Works Agency:
Public Buildings Administration
Public Roads Administration

$9,850,000
84, 500, 000

Department of Commerce:
Office of Administrator of Civil Aeronautics
National Bureau of Standards - _. _ . . . . . ._
Total, Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior:
Bonneville Power Administration..
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Bureau of Reclamation ,
National Park Service _ _

3, 500, 000
2, 319,250
39, 008, 500

22,000,000
2,250,000
57, 300,000
955, 000

10, 745, 000
2,050,000
62, 553,700
873,000

8,257,380. 62
1, 749, 666.10
51,468, 511.47
632,061. 22

44, 827, 750

_

1,150, 000.00
36, 630, 500. 00

24,384,450

37, 780, 500. 00

82, 505,000

76, 221, 700

62,107,619.41

372,000

Total. Department of the Interior.

1,306,250
23, 078, 200

274,000

148,207.84

1, 200,000

800,000

383,472.04

1,400,000

Department of Justice:
Penal and correctional institutions
Department of State:
Foreign Service
International Boundary Commission, United States and
Mexico

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total, General Public Works Program

_ _

_ _

The Judiciary:
United States Supreme Court __. ._
Other Federal courts
Administrative Office of the United States Courts
.
Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis




1,249, 500

100, 000

350,000

371,889. 53

320, 000

144,000. 00

2, 600, 000

1,150, 000

755,361. 57

90,666,100

98,400,200.00

109, 291,000

179,907,000

170, 531. 219. 48

278,983, 250

185, 667, 546

254, 699, 558. 00

393, 812, 000

411, 205, 700

372, 290,628.15
+ 4 , 801, 231.49

278,983, 250

185, 667, 546

254, 699, 558. 00

393, 812, 000

411, 205, 700

377, 091,859. 64

4, 614,888
9,956,265
4,000
2,412, 777
115, 000
4, 523,192
25,826, 200

4, 625, 005. 83
10,831,024.12
4, 000. 00
2, 354, 212. 00
118, 274. 00
4, 358, 712. 00
25, 605,845. 76

4,173, 000
11, 111, 165
4,000
3, 308, 700
105, 000
4, 732,300
6, 783, 000

4, 205, 000
11, 564, 715
4,000
2, 539, 078
115,000
3,934,600
6, 726, 000

4,472,035. 52
10,944, 264.44
4,000.00
2,277,923.48
111, 824. 56
4, 268,992.63
6, 726, 257.98

50, 351,907

47,452, 322

47, 897, 073. 71

30, 217,165

29,088,393

28,805, 298. 61
- 2 4 , 507. 37

50, 351, 907

47,452,322

47,897,073. 71

30, 217,165

29,088, 393

28, 780, 791.24

645,860
13, 841, 340
277, 600

712, 959
12, 562, 858
307, 700

698,814.00
12,429, 390. 00
297, 094. 50

655, 300
13, 697, 890
274, 000

729, 500
12, 512, 260
297,000

653,120. 09
12,134,099.87
288, 279. 36

14, 764, 800

13, 583, 517

13,425, 298. 50

14, 627,190

13, 538, 760

13,075,499.32

87,957,000

_
f

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

Total, The Judiciary. _

144,000.00

2, 715, 500

_

War Department (civil functions), Corps of Engineers

Total, legislative branch. _. _ .

220, 000

4, 585, 272
11,112, 698
4,000
3, 045,110
105, 240
5, 516,487
25,983,100

Total, Department of State

Legislative branch:
Senate
House of Representatives
Statement of appropriations
Architect of the Capitol
Botanic Garden
Library of Congress
Government Printing Office

1,466,000

+1,189.17
14, 764, 800

13, 583, 517

13,425, 298. 50

14, 627,190

13, 538,760

13,076,688.49

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

A21

5—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS

Function and organization unit

Executive Office of the President:
Executive Office proper
Bureau of the Budget
National Resources Planning Board..

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis.
Total, Executive Office of the President..
Civil departments and agencies:
Independent offices:
American Battle Monuments Commission
_
American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of
Artistic and Historic Monuments in War Areas
_.
Bituminous Coal Consumers' Counsel
Board of Investigation and Research—Transportation
Civil Service Commission
Employees' Compensation Commission
_.
Federal Communications Commission
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Power Commission
Federal Trade Commission
Foreign-service pay adjustment
General Accounting Office
Interstate Commerce Commission
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
National Archives
National Capital Housing Authority
National Capital Park and Planning Commission
National Labor Relations Board
National Mediation Board
Railroad Retirement Board
Securities and Exchange Commission
Smithsonian Institution
Tariff Commission
The Tax Court of the United States
Thomas Jefferson Bicentennial Commission
Thomas Jefferson Memorial Commission
United States Constitution Sesquicentennial Commission.
United States Golden Gate International Exposition
Commission
.
Unclassified items
Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis.
Total, independent offices
Federal Security Agency:
American Printing House for t h e Blind_
Columbia Institution for t h e Deaf
Food a n d D r u g Administration
Freedmen's Hospital
H o w a r d University
_
Office of Education
Public Health Service
Saint Elizabeths Hospital
Office of the Administrator
Miscellaneous

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis.
Total, Federal Security Agency.
a

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

$538,038
2, 521,800

$564,131
2, 077,000

$528, 690. 00
1, 893, 500. 00
79, 500.00

$545,000
2, 507,000

$546,000
2,035,000

$505,053.79
1,739,854.72
155,802.12

3,059, 838

2,641,131

2, 501, 690.00

3,052,000

2, 581, 000

2, 400, 710. 63
+814. 50

3,059,838

2, 641,131

2, 501, 690. 00

3,052,000

2, 581,000

2, 401, 525. 13

40,000

41, 785

45, 530.00

40,000

38,000

74,460. 76

56,000

40,000

58,000

41,000

11,459, 000
17,962,000
2, 777, 000

11, 655, 500
15, 076,025
2,121, 200

2, 358, 850
1,992,000
1, 000, 000
33, 885, 000
8, 202, 000
26,015, 000
1,004,000
17, 700
394,000
2, 566, 700
591, 475
13, 228, 000
4, 279,000
2, 048, 400
925,000
525, 750

2,199, 308
2, 054, oV6
790, 000
38, 480, 225
8, 856, 825
25,889, 830
1,071,340
18, 775
740,000
2, 839, 373
622,117
15,826, 750
4,696, 704
2,126, 690
961,881
587,000

8,167.95
24,417.10
293, 516. 23
5,884, 242.22
11, 782, 799. 06
2,188, 539. 69
a
200. 46
2,178,934. 06
1, 819, 828. 69
(6)
27,341, 573. 77
8, 300,096. 24
18, 565, 633. 42
899, 583. 50
14,996.01
244, 848. 57
2,806, 346.67
501, 825.66
17, 380,180.62
4, 567,121.90
2,354, 218.45
900,961. 73
547, 419.06
31,499. 39
11,481.86
2, 411. 43

275,000.00
5, 821, 909. 07
11, 502, 716. 55
2,120, 011. 67
2,143,412.62
1,958, 008. 95
640, 000. 00
28, 464, 742.63
8,874,036.75
19, 635, 550.76
941, 400.00
27, 300.00
2, 698, 454.68
527,000.00
14,697,193.48
4,602, 695.13
2, 314,274. 50
907,000.00
587,940.00

11, 443,000
19, 400, 000
2, 704, 000
2, 330, 850
2, 008, 000
(6)
32, 980,000
8, 203,000
25,875,000
1,005,000
20, 500
500,000
2, 597,000
591,175
14,971,000
4, 275,000
2,068,000
926,000
527, 000

20,000
11, 700, 012
15,025, 000
2,122, 000
2, 210, 440
2, 092, 000
(6)
37,450,000
8, 295,000
25,015,000
1,073,000
26,900
1, 330,000
2,870,000
607,659
15, 218,000
4, 700,000
2,146,000
1,062,900
562,000
15,000
20,000

55.00
° 7,047,86
131,326,875

136,695,398

108,784,176. 79

132,522,525

133,639,911

108, 717,910. 72
-18,468,636.05

131, 326,875

136,695,398

108,784,176. 79

132,5?2,525

133,639,911

90,249,274. 67

115,000
167,000
2,838,000
782, 250
912,000
27,716,700
37,747,600
2,114,400
4,945,000

115,000
204,100
2,947,580
794,000
908,000
27,203,118
38, 359,073
2,113,000
12,862, 787

115,000.00
181,500.00
2,867,680.00
786,000.00
891,340.00
27,142,230.00
36,359, 756.00
2,143,000.00
10,722,530.00
86,457.56

115,000
167,000
2,844,000
800,000
892,000
27,445,000
39,290,000
2,085,000
4, 777,100

115,000
204,000
2,941,000
282,000
907,000
27,032,740
38,279,000
2,080,000
12,711,000

115,000.00
208,871.67
2,844,915. 46
272,634. 04
976,240. 60
26,271,289.06
35,656,106.10
1,996,155.31
8,314,284.87
58,134.16

77, 337, 950

85,506,658

81,295,493. 56

78,415,100

84, 551, 740

76,713,631.27
-14,489.04

77,337, 950

85, 506, 658

81,295,493. 56

78,415,100

84,551, 740

76,699,142.23

Excess of credits, deduct.
5 Expenditures are shown under the various agencies to which the funds are transferred.




EXPENDITURES

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE

5—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Function and organization unit

Recommended,
1946

Ciril departments and agencies—Continued.
Federal Works Agency:
Office of the Administrator
. ._
Public Buildings Administration
Public Roads Administration
-_
Miscellaneous

$362,277
44,791,800
2,000,000

$306,000.00
42,976,600.00
17,110,438.80
183,662.70

$366,000
46,490, 780
5,500,000

$372,000
58,024, 756
21,700,000

$666,176. 64
35, 318,620. 29
25,006,671, 73
311, 500.62

47,154,077

60,576,701.50

52,356,780

80,096,756

61,302,969. 28
+7,236,009.75

47,154,077

60,576,701.50

52,356,780

80,096,756

68,538,979.03

4,060,000

4,479,055. 54
56,629. 78
155, 781.89
9, 915,579. 76
4,875. 71

White pine blister rust control
Forest Service
War Food Administration:
Extension Service
_.
.
-Food Production Administration, Soil Conservation
Service
Food Distribution Administration, Marketing Service
M iscellaneous
Rural Electrification Administration
Miscellaneous

5,750,000.00
1,308. 28

9,430,000

9,334,000

9,500,000

5,751,308. 28

12,462,000

13,394,000

14,611,922.68
+117,072.52

9,500,000

5, 751,308. 28

12,462,000

13,394,000

14,728,995.20

4,945,000
1, 664,000
1, 460,000
467, 900
3, 530,000
500, 000

_.

9,500,000

7,600,000

Agricultural Research Administration:
Office of Administrator
Special research fund
^
Office of Experiment Stations.
Bureau of Animal Industry
Bureau of Dairy Industry
Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils and Agricultural Enginoering
... _
-. .
.
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
Control of incipient and emergency outbreaks of insect
pests and plant diseases
Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry
Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics.__
Miscellaneous
Total, Agricultural Research Administration.

$366,230
47,579,000
1,000,000

7,600,000

Department of Agriculture:
Office of the Secretary
Office of the Solicitor
..
..
Office of Information
Library
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations




Actual, 1944

7,600,000

___

Total, National Housing Agency

> Excess of credits, deduct.

Estimated, 1945

3,032,000

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

Total, Department of Agriculture

Estimated, 1946

48,945,230

Total, Federal Works Agency

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

Actual, 1944

48,945,230

___

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

National Housing Agency:
Office of the Administrator
Federal Home Loan Bank Administration
Federal Housing Administration
Federal Public Housing Authority.
Miscellaneous

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES

4,861, 650
1, 930, 632
1, 614,002
550,171
4,110, 236
481, 505

2,048,184.00
1,879,105. 00
1,867,251.00
542,932. 00
3,881, 502. 00
473, 670. 00

5,012,000
1, 875,000
1,750,000
460,000
3, 730,000
498,000

4, 217,000
2,140,000
2, 282,000
540,000
4, 555,000
484, 533

1, 692,351. 23
1, 964,340.47
2,129,162.10
562,858. 65
3, 897, 288.14
472,313. 93

285, 200
1,088,000
7,861,100
15, 654, 900
742,300

324,392
1, 226,364
7, 284,451
18,041,972
812,958

238,925. 00
1, 212,086.00
7, 279, 218.00
17,372,995. 00
805, 720.00

286,000
1,075,000
7,847, 500
8, 670,000
740,000

351,000
1, 210,000
7, 254, 500
9, 045, 500
800,000

547, 734. 29
1,182,856.13
7, 225,336. 71
8,083, 296. 71
757,660. 00

5, 233,900
5, 299,800

5,642,056
5,842, 205

5, 387,604.00
5,661, 385. 00

5,190,000
5, 280,000

5,493,000
5, 735,000

5, 309,833. 38
5,473,165.16

2, 700,000
4,460,000
850,000

2, 700,000
4, 752, 361
806, 630

4, 590,086. 00
481,131.00

1,000,000
4,300,000
820,000

2,800, 000
4,465,000
775,000
188,000

2,366,306.12
3, 786, 791.15
452, 769.99
• 171,114. 52

44,175,200

47,433,389

43,029,150. 00

35,208, 500

38,117,000

35,014, 635.12

2,150,000
35, 677, 000

1,958,808. 21
32,093,018.17

4, 250, 000
33, 717,476

2,264,026
33,965, 736

2,100, 000.00
32,877, 371.00

3,800,000
33,257,000

19, 601,560

19,689,503

19,622,503.00

19, 568, 660

19,528,660

19,436,955.12

29, 754,300

29,637,248

23,845,136.00

29, 775,000

28,995,000

24,882,608.95

6,600,500

7,233,576

6,946,600.00

14,431,000

3,400,000

3, 246,000

22,-558,000. 00
164,968.52

16,300,000

16,655,000
100,000
12, 200,000

16,175,619.31
46,725.62
4, 733,780.85
75,479.48

154,065,936

157,017,674

161,836,378.52

165,665,160

167,641,193

145,135,945.35
-1,084,103.79

154,065,936

157,017,674

161,836,378.52

165,665,160

167,641,193

144,051,841.56

A23

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

5—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Function and organization unit

Recommended,
1946

Civil departments and agencies—Continued.
Department of Commerce:
Office of the Secretary
Loan agencies (Commerce)
Bureau of the Census
Office of Administrator of Civil Aeronautics
Civil Aeronautics Board
__
Coast and Geodetic Survey
Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce
Patent Office
National Bureau of Standards-.
Weather Bureau . .
M iscellaneous

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES

Actual, 1944

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

Actual, 1944

$1,861,000

$1,590, 750

$1,317,800.00

$1,731,000

$1,629,400

11,250,000
42,487,000
1, 725,000
6, 513,000
2,445,000
5, 325,000
3,127,000
11, 960,000

12, 750,000
35, 781,478
1, 525, 223
5,903,000
1,905,000
5,183, 700
3,124,000
13,020,000

3,825,680.00
34,042,900.00
1,313,000.00
5,266,000.00
1, 795,800.00
5,050,000.00
2,824, 600.00
11,525,000.00
46,372.12

11,082,000
45,110,000
1,699,000
6,185,000
2,445,000
5,325,000
4,344,000
12,000,000

13,362,000
46,012,000
1, 518,000
6,822,000
2,005,000
5,175,000
5,833,000
12,738,000

86,693,000

80, 783,151

67,007,152.12

89, 921,000

95,094,400

78, 386,804. 57
-7,434,839.00

86,693,000

80,783,151

67,007,152.12

89, 921,000

95,094,400

70,951, 965. 57

4,947,120
10,000
296,000
225,000
110, 000
2, 243, 700
8, 356, 500
27, 681,677
804, 300
8,075, 500
18,022,750
4,962,400
7,816, 200
7, 716,950

3, 655, 200
7,810
110,160
290,000
240,000
1,691,240
7,995, 252
27, 597, 729
951,000
6,073, 460
10, 263, 705
4,740,810
7,152,830
7,858,195

3, 503,135. 00
8,650.00
108,050.00
175,000.00
135,000.00
1, 565,401.13
7, 708,353.00
27,242, 636.00
965,000.00
5,284,941.00
4, 596,652.00
4, 563, 560.00
7, 412,183.00
14,968,076.00
1,879, 591. 71

4,867, 000
10,000
275,000
234,000
370,000
2, 243,700
8, 287, 500
27, 202, 250
3,385,000
7,577,000
16, 590,000
4,966,000
8,485,300
7,736,000

3, 589,000
8,000
175,000
280,000
608,000
1,846,000
7,945,300
28,233, 250
3,490,000
5, 645,000
10,694,000
4, 898,000
8,058,000
10, 912,000

4,048,808.14
8, 788. 71
64, 594.85
88,390.47
813,804.02
1,364,929.33
6, 247,892.97
29,433, 279.66
2, 561, 685.36
5,002,873. 54
5, 227, 531.35
4,685,000. 50
7,227, 732.34
10, 647, 841.10
114, 518. 69

91, 268,097

78,627,391

80,116,228.84

92, 228,750

86, 381, 550

77, 537, 671.03
+246, 513.10

Total, Department of the Interior

91, 268,097

78, 627,391

80,116,228.84

92, 228, 750

86, 381, 550

77,784,184.13

Department of Justice:
Legal activities and general administration
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Immigration and Naturalization Service
Federal Prison System
Miscellaneous

20,197, 200
8,000,000
21,900,000
36,590,300

22,476, 250
9,100,000
28,300,000
15, 930,000

22, 787,100.00
8, 599,184. 23
28,956,000.00
15, 676,800.00
10, 677. 76

20,330,000
8,000,000
21,750,000
16,383,000

22,173,000
9,100,000
28,100,000
15, 821,000

21,865, 573. 85
8,110, 761.02
29, 340,905. 94
15, 529,736.02
56,172.85

66, 687,500

75,806, 250

76,029, 761. 99

66,463,000

75,194,000

74,903,149. 68
- 3 , 9 4 0 , 942. 38

-

66, 687, 500

75,806, 250

76,029,761.99

66,463,000

75,194,000

70,962, 207.30

.__

4,036, 600
2, 707,000
737,100
180,000
3.815. 200

3, 561,913
1, 312, 300
631, 600
189,600
4. 512.000

3,485,150.00
1, 312,300.00
636, 600.00
240,000.00
4, 598, 900.00
1, 272. 42

3,983, 500
2, 690,000
732,000
180,000
3,808. 000

3, 544, 800
1, 660,000
622,000
193,000
4, 600, 000

3,418,171. 98
1, 338,016. 59
639, 372. 58
225, 565. 22
4, 695, 598.02
710. 47

11, 475,900

10, 207, 413

10, 274, 222. 42

11, 393, 500

10, 619, 800

10, 317, 434.86
- 1 0 8 , 439.05

11,475, 900

10,207, 413

1Q, 274, 222. 42

11, 393, 500

10, 619, 800

10, 208, 995. 81

..
__

Total _._
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total, Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior:
Office of the Secretary
Commission of Fine Arts
United States High Commissioner to Philippine Islands- _
Office of Fishery Coordination
Southwestern Power Administration
Grazing Service
General Land Office _ ._ _ _
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Bureau of Reclamation
_ . ___
Geological Survey _
_
Bureau of Mines
National Park Service
Fish and Wildlife Service
Government in the Territories
Miscellaneous
.__
Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total, Department of Justice
Department of Labor:
Office of the Secretary __
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Children's Bureau
_
Women's "Rnrfia.il
Wage and Hour Division
Miscellaneous

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total, Department of Labor
° Excess of credits, deduct




_

__

$1,157,393. 95
a
6.21
3,371, 571.36
47, 634, 231.45
1, 312,250. 92
5, 520,480. 37
1, 701, 640.16
4,816, 757.36
1,730,677. 54
11,089, 644. 02
52,163.65

A24

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE

5—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS

Function and organization unit

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

Civil departments and agencies—Continued.

Department of State:
Office of the Secretary
Foreign Service
International obligations
Miscellaneous

$11,316,700
46.718.000
9,921,400

43,013. 338

47,978,074.19

65,554,000

54,442, 300

35,498. 632.92
+1,847,009.09

43,013. 338

47. 978,074.19

65, 554,000

54.442, 300

37,345, 642.01

9, 310,043
2, 250,000
165,000
90, 000
155,000
162,000
160, 900
580,000
452,000

9, 639, 317
4,000,000
169, 295
103, 300
181, 500
150,000
191,495
619,000
580,000

6,393,967. 52
3,825, 000. 00
189, 760. 00
94,165. 00
200,000. 00
165,925. 00
191, 000. 00
637,600.00
568,400.00

8, 601,125
3, 300, 000
165,000
90,000
156, 000
162,000
161,000
575,000
458,000

6, 852, 500
3, 200,000
164, 000
100,000
176, 000
146,000
187,000
614,000
545,000

5,459,134. 66
3, 833, 890. 51
179,139. 59
88,061.90
207,802. 76
160, 649. 39
204, 391.62
687, 338.41
616,710.90
19,006. 77

7, 724, 500
116, 394,000
4, 676, 800
26,435, 000
293, 600
143,400,000

6,735, 796.00
112,101, 431.00
5,141, 546.96
25, 274,935. 00
293,000.00
133,821,735.00

7,938,000
86, 395,000
5, 262,000
23, 583,000
249,000
121, 558,000

7, 989,000
97, 268,000
5, 275,000
26,090,000
286,0,00
139,750,000

1,342,467
10,005,500
2, 655,090
5, 687, 800
19,020,000

1,331,000.00
9,857,500.00
2,685,123.00
5, 599,170. 00
8,447,000. 00
1,071,612. 51

1,179,000
10,475,000
2,483,000
5,459,000
22,433, 000

1,307, 700
10,005,000
2, 730,000
5,284,000
18, 850, 800

7, 270, 339. 29
86, 374,846. 53
4,913,063.89
26,325,147.48
291,320.11
130,600,477.79
90.55
1,338.139.46
8,493,729. 74
2,822,000.20
5,081, 274. 69
7, 558, 375.99
881,900.48

353, 268,664

324, 625, 666.99

300,682,125

326,820,000

293,406,832. 71
- 8 , 705, 654.60

353,268, 664

324,625, 666.99

300, 682,125

326,820,000

284,701,178.11

200, 000
7, 756,452

200, 000
9,638, 652

376, 036.00
9, 781,180.00

200,000
21, 245,000

389,900
21,351,000

426,070. 79
13,724,558.17

7,956,452

9,838,652

10,157,216.00

21,445,000

21, 740,900

14,150,628.96
-1,351,680.91

7,956,452

9,838,652

10,157,216.00

21,445, 000

21, 740,900

12, 798,948.05

1, 050,582,383

1,087,418,666

1,034,432,381. 20

1,089,108,940

1,149,616,550

959, 021,353.67

6,000,000
260,050,000

6,000,000
696, 708,000

6,000,000. 00

6,000,000
347,395,000

6,000,000
590,478,000

592,716,230

Total

67,956,100

299, 269, 343

-

$7,229, 270.15
22, 712,132. 45
4, 799, 570.02
757, 660. 30

299, 269, 343

Treasury Department:
_
Office of the Secretary
Foreign Funds Control
Division of Tax Research
Office of Tax Legislative Counsel
Division of Research and Statistics
Office of General Counsel
Division of Personnel
Office of Chief Clerk
Custody of Treasury buildings-..
.
_
Division of Printing
Fiscal Service:
. __
Bureau of Accounts
Bureau of Public Debt
Office of Treasurer of the United States
Bureau of Customs
Office of Comptroller of the Currency
Bureau of Internal Revenue..
United States Processing Tax Board of Review
Bureau of Narcotics
Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
Secret Service Division
Bureau of the Mint
Procurement Division
Miscellaneous
*

$11.489.000
35,678,000
7,275,300

1,172,900
10,476,500
2,462,400
5, 565,800
22, 230,000

Total, Department of State

$11,625,000
44,250,000
9,679,000

7,240,000
86, 300,000
5.181,800
23,230,000
245,000
121,840,000

-

$8.001,600.00
32. 599.000.00
7, 368.808.00
8, 666.19

67,956.100

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

$11.264,250
24.678,000
7,071,088

592,716,230

592,299,598.00

2,650.00
-1,000.00

592,716, 230

592,716,230

592, 299,598.00

1,650.00

74,220,207,948

68,493,590,825

100,311,303,869.18

Afijiist.mpnt. to daily Treasury st.afarnp/nt hflfi's

Total, Treasury Department
War Department (civil functions):
Corps of Engineers
Panama Canal

_

._.

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total, War Department (civil functions)
Total, civil departments and agencies
Post Office Department (general fund)
District of Columbia (Federal contribution)
Anticipated supplemental appropriations
Statutory public debt retirement
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total, statutory public debt retirement

._..__
_.-

« 22,167,486.27
6,000,000.00

Total, appropriations a n d expenditures, general and special

accounts
• Excess of credits, deduct.




82,530,439,545

98,912,338,340

93,743,514,863.84

A25

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 6

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS *
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946,1945, and 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS
By organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

SUMMARY
Legislative branch.
The Judiciary
Executive Office of the President and independent offices:
Executive Office of the President
Emergency funds appropriated to the President
Civil Service Commission
Railroad Retirement Board
United States Maritime Commission
Veterans' Administration
Other independent offices
*
_
Total, Executive Office of the President and independent offices.
Federal Security Agency
Federal Works Agency
National Housing Agency
Department of Agriculture
Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior
Department of Justice
Department of Labor...
Navy Department
Post Office Department (general fund).
Department of State...
Treasury Department:
Administration and operation
Interest
Statutory public debt retirement..

$50,351,907
14, 764,800

$47,452,322
13, 583, 517

$47,897,073. 71
13,425,298.50

$30,217,165
14,627,190

13,538,760

$28,805,298. 61
13,075,499. 32

1,018,605,138
3,015,000,000
264,885,000
305,141,000
2, 622, 687,500
195, 612,475

1,211,180,352
3,925, 570,000
218,703, 500
324,643, 750
6, 766,000,000
1,252, 466,565
179,211,779

2,970,258, 320.70
32,286,470.00
194,968,614.07
277,417,193. 48
1,289,780,000.00
900,074,208. 95
154, 787, 747.01

2,519,866,000
(2)
264,837,000
256,203,000
1,700,000,000
2, 611,667,350
192,721, 525

2,575,978,700
(2)
218,552,012
374,716,000
4,000,000,000
1,263,858,437
176, 587, 699

2,760,786,801. 34
(2)
195, 321, 666. 05
280,103,149.18
3, 728,243, 396. 51
738, 634,365.17
160,618,849. 98

7,421,931,113

13, 877, 775,946

5,819, 572, 554.21

7,545,294,875

647,494, 258
762, 754, 293.56
113,154, 077
320.576, 701.50
24, 500, 000
163, 251, 308.28
712, 680,184
1, 021, 210,442.52
81, 073,151
96, 782,152.12
135, 741,591
146, 348, 271. 36
117, 016, 250
114,939, 761.99
69,388, 813
55, 033, 622.42
26, 739, 288, 301 28, 527, 446,441. 78

642, 644,100
171,956, 780
« 24, 228, 000
2, 057, 065, 660
116,815, 000
135, 333, 750
93, 391, 000
66, 258, 500
22,000, 000, 000

702,997,740
309,331,756
142, 799, 000
2,180, 722,993
187, 038,400
150, 794,350
112, 321, 000
70,342, 700
27,900,000,000

53, 045, 674.19

72, 616,800

81,979,800

634, 550, 750
96,945, 230
7,600, 000
502, 252, 736
86,929,000
129,142, 897
92,457, 500
70, 529, 300
23, 500, 000, 000
75, 213,400

50,173,838

7,863,708,228. 23
720,671, 019.97
318,646, 642. 53
507,479,953.99
3, 012, 240, 731.15
216,915,977.83
122, 240,936.81
117, 311, 593. 28
55, 279, 780. 27
26,784,932,066.12
° 22,167,486. 27
57, 228,872.91

Z, 024,038,943
4, 500,000,000
592, 716, 230

2, 571, 580, 514
3, 750,000,000
592, 716, 230

657, 821,034. 27
2, 610,117, 272.01
592, 299, 598.00

3,941,794,725
4, 500,000,000

3,988,066,000
3, 750,000,000

2,041,9C7,434. 74
2,610,117, 272.01
2,650.00

8,116, 755,173

6,914, 296, 744

3,860, 237,904.28

8,441,794,725

7, 758, 066,000

4, 652,027,356. 75

32,500,000,000
2,093,840
8,657, 052

15,434,814, 795
1, 651,840
9,638, 652

59,036, 327, 296. 76
1, 974,334.00
9, 781,180.00

38,997,089,000
2,011,000
22, 345, COO

48,495,567,000
1,822,900
24, 351,000

49, 288, 936,345. 52
1, 798, 317.01
20,329,698. 21

32, 510, 750,892

15,446,105, 287

59,048,082, 810. 76

39,021,445,000

48,521,740,900

49, 311,064,360. 74

General Public Works Program
District of Columbia (Federal contribution).

278, 983, 250
6, 000,000

185, 667, 546
6,000,000

254,699,558.00
6, 000, 000.00

393,812,000
6,000,000

411, 205, 700
6,000,000

372, 290, 628.15
6, 000,000.00

Anticipated supplemental appropriations:
War activities
Other activities
^

365,000,000
260,050,000

2,615, 500,000
696, 708,000

1,398,000,000
347,395,000

1,134, 200,000
590,478,000

625,050,000

3,312, 208,000

1,745,395,000

1,724,678,000

Total, Treasury Department
War Department:
Military
Civil
Panama CanalTotal, War Department .

Total, anticipated supplemental appropriations. __
Total
Adjustment to the daily Treasury statement basis.

74,220,207,948

68, 493, 599, 825 100,311,303,869.18

82,530,439, 545

98,912,338,340

94,137,751,460.39
-394,236, 596. 55

Grand total appropriations and expenditures

74,220,207,948

68,493, 599,825 100,311,303,869.18

82,530,439,545

98,912,338,340

93, 743, 514,863.84

8
Excess of credits, deduct.
i This table is explained in appendix 1.
» Expenditures included under various agencies.




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A26

TABLE 6—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Senate:
Salaries and mileage of Senators:
Salaries of Senators
Mileage of President of Senate and of Senators
Salaries, officers and employees
Contingent expenses:
Automobile and maintenance, for the Vice President
Reporting debates and proceedings
Cleaning furniture
Furniture and repairs
Expenses of inquiries and investigations.
Salaries and expenses, Joint Committee on Internal Revenue
Taxation
__.
Folding documents
Materials for folding
Fuel for heating apparatus
Kitchens and restaurants
Mail transportation
Miscellaneous items
_
Packing boxes. _
Postage
Air-mail and special-delivery stamps
Stationery
Storage of documents
Payments to widows of Senators
Capitol Police:
Salaries (Senate share)
Uniforms and equipment (Senate share)
Salaries and expenses of detailed police, Capitol Police Board
(Senate share)
Salaries and expenses:
Joint Committee on Federal Expenditures (Senate share)--.
—
Joint Committee on Printing (Senate share)
Office of Legislative Counsel (Senate share)
Total, Senate.
House of Representatives:
Salaries and mileage of Members:
Salaries of Members and Delegates
Mileage of Members and Delegates
Salaries, officers and employees.__
Clerk hire, Members and Delegates
Contingent expenses:
Furniture and repairs
Miscellaneous items
Stenographic reports of committee hearings
Expenses of special and select committees
Salaries and expenses, Joint Committee on Internal
Revenue Taxation
__
_
--Telegraph and telephone service
Stationery
Attending physician
Postage
Air mail and special-delivery stamps
Folding documents
Revision of laws
Preparation of new edition of the United States Code
Payment for certain services
Automobile and maintenance, for the Speaker of House of
Representatives
-Compiling testimony in contested-election cases
Payment to widows of Congressmen
_Payment for contesting seats
Capitol Police:
-Salaries (House share)...
Uniforms and equipment (House share)
Salaries and expenses of detailed police, Capitol Police Board
(House share)
» T h e unexpended balance is reappropriated.




Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

$960,000
51,000
2, 751, 224

$960, 000
51,000
2, 560, 340

$960, 000. 00
51,000.00
2,497, 701. 00

$960,000
51,000
2, 342, 000

4,000
65, 450
2,000
8,000
150, 000

4,000
65,450
2,000
8,000
350, 000

4,000.00
72, 244. 83
2, 300. 00
8,000. 00
350,000. 00

4,000
65, 000
2,000
8,000
150, 000

4,000
65,000
2,000
8,000
150,000

3,218.19
67, 262.91
1, 734. 40
2,975.91
343,132.98

35, 500
18, 000
1,500
2,000
35,000
8,760
372,962
970
500
9,376
26, 900
2,000

35, 500
18,000
1,500
2,000
35,000
8, 760
372, 962
970
1,000
9,376
26, 900
2,000
10,000

38,000. 00
18, 000. 00
1, 500. 00
2,000. 00
35,000. 00
8, 760. 00
350,000.00
970. 00
500. 00
4,850. 00
26, 900. 00
2,000. 00
40,000.00

35. 000
18, 000
1,500
2,000
35,000
£,000
372,000
1,000
500
9,000
27, 000
2,000

35,000
18,000
1,500
2,000
35,000
8,000
372,000
1,000
1,000
9,000
27,000
2,000
10,000

33,931. 09
12, 030. 05
1,434.12
1, 278. 28
48, 592. 00
3,118. 99
326, 805. 63

4,700

4,700

58, 523.00
4,700.00

5,000

5,000

68,169. 50
5, 540.14

27, 500

27, 500

29, 500.00

27, 000

27,000

23,128. 85

5,930
42,000

10, 000
5,930
42,000

10, 000. 00
6, 557.00
42,000.00

6,000
42,000

5,000
6,500
42,000

8, 615.09
7, 505. 50
31,245. 54

4, 585, 272

4, 614, 888

4, 625, 005. 83

4,173,000

4, 205,000

4,472,035. 52

4,385,000
171, 000
1, 339,683
4,161,000

4,385,000
171, 000
1, 288, 880
2,847,000

4,385,000.00
171, 000.00
1,394,752.00
3,247,000.00

4,385,000
171,000
1,339, 000
4,161,000

4,385,000
171,000
1,525,000
3,970,000

4,386,626.08
171,701. 20
1,473,406. 73
3,479,695.75

40, 000
90,000
27, 500
400,000

40, 000
90,000
27, 500
400,000

40,000. 00
96,000.00
33, 500. 00
575, 000.00

40,000
90,000
27,500
400,000

45,000
93,000
30,000
112,000

36,896.40
102,103. 58
33, 279. 54
490,159.53

35, 500
200,000
93, 600
6,985
950
32, 850
30,000
8,000

35, 500
175, 000
312, 600
6,985
950
28,470
30,000
8,000

38, 000.00
205,000. 00
224,000.00
6, 985.00
950.00
21,900.00
33, 500.00
8, 525.00
101,400.00
4, 500.00

35, 500
200, 000
93,600
6,985
950
32,000
30,000
8,000

38, 000
244,000
359,000
8,200
950
28,000
33,000
8,500
77,600
5,000

33,931. 09
191,820. 51
207,606. 55
5,915.97
950.00
21,900.00
25,141.00
8, 525.00
24,872.69
4,236.25

4,000
1,750
20,000

2,988.09

0)

0)
4,500

4,500

4,000

4,000
1,750
10, 000

4,000.00

4,500
4,000

70,000. 00
19,733.12

$960, 000
51,000
2, 358, 000

$959, 527. 77
45,609.80
2,418,451.48

400. 00
4,850. 00
21, 477. 30
2,000. 00
30,000. 00

90,000. 00
11,735.65

4,700

4,700

58, 522.00
4,700.00

4,700

4,800

58, 244.97
4,434. 29

27, 500

27,500

29,500.00

27,500

40, 000

23,128. 87

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH—Continued
House of Representatives—Continued
Salaries and expenses:
Joint Committee on Federal Expenditures (House share).
Joint Committee on Printing (House share)
Office of Legislative Counsel (House share)

Statement of appropriations
Architect of the Capitol:
Salaries
Cost of handling penalty mail
Capitol Building and repairs
Despositories for valued documents of Congress
Improving the Capitol Grounds
Maintenance, legislative garage
Subway transportation, Capitol and Senate Office Buildings.
Maintenance, Senate Office Building
Maintenance, House Office Buildings
Capitol Power Plant
Library buildings and grounds
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts

Total, Architect of the Capitol.
Botanic Garden:
Salaries
Maintenance
Total, Botanic Garden.
Library of Congress:
Salaries:
Library proper
_.
Copyright Office
...
Legislative Reference Service
Distribution of printed cards
Index to State Legislation
Sunday opening
.
Union Catalogues
Motion-picture project
Increase of the Library of Congress:
General increase of Library
Books for the Supreme Court
Books for adult blind
Printing and binding:
General
Catalogue of Title Entries of Copyright Office...
Catalogue cards
Contingent expenses of the Library:
Contingent expenses
Furniture and equipment
Photoduplicating expenses..
Security of collections
Cost of handling penalty mail
Library Buildings:
Salaries
Sunday opening
Maintenance
Expenses, Library of Congress, Trust Fund BoardWorking fund
Special deposit account
Increase of compensation
° Excess of credits, deduct.
b
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
2
Includes $45 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
602000—45




v

$10,000
5,930
41, 000

$10, 000.00
6,557.00
41, 000.00

$5, 930
44, 000

$10, 500
6,560
43, 855

$8, 617. 79
6, 557. 00
39, 789. 91

11,112, 698

9,956, 265

10,831, 024.12

11,111,165

11, 564, 715

10, 944, 264. 44

4,000

4,000

4,000. 00

4,000

4,000

4,000. 00

65, 470
300
357, 800

74, 293
278
383,747

71, 278. 00

65, 400
300
780, 300

122, 500
13, 200
1,500
349, 500
444, 340
882, 700
807,800

122. 770
15, 229
1,500
352, 960
465,000
850,000
147,000

* 120, 538. 00
>
14, 689. 00
1, 500. 00
b
332,854. 00
452,147. 00
877,821. 00
147, 574.00
900. 00

122, 500
13, 200
1,500
349, 500
444,000
882,000
650,000

3,045,110

2,412, 777

2, 354, 212. 00

3, 308, 700

85,240
2 20,000

Total, House of Representatives.

$5,930
44,000

95,000
2 20,000

97, 274. 00
21,000. 00

105, 240

115, 000

1,958, 800
306,000
248, 300
230, 700
37,700
15,000
44, 700
21,000

1, 750,000
348,000
178,000
271,605
35,000
10,000
46,925

1,000,000
20,000
500,000

334, 911. 00

74, 300
278
485, 500
1,600
125, 000
15. 000
1,500
360,000
475,000
850,000
150,000
900

68,123. 41
332, 644. 52
2, 705. 99
137, 276. 64
13, 810. 40
2,142. 77
310, 476. 20
434, 464. 66
824, 903. 88
151, 375. 01

2, 539,078

2, 277,923. 48

85,000
20,000

95,000
20,000

94,892. 56
16, 932. 00

118, 274. 00

105,000

115,000

111, 824. 56

1,721,256.00
325, 759.00
176, 371.00
273,953.00
43,380.00
15,000.00
57,773.00

1,919,000
284,000
235,000
223,000
36,000

1, 715,000
323,000
169,000
263,000
33,000

44,000
21,000

46,000

57,991. 33

283, 000
20,000
500,000

293,000.00
20,000.00
370,000.00

871,000
12,000
265,000

268,000
12,000
265,000

325,966. 61
23, 782. 99
383, 471. 73

292,000
25,000
260,000

300,000
20,000
260,000

270,000.00
30,000.00
260,000.00

201,000
4,000
153,000

207,000
5,000
153,000

244, 712.13
14.426.95
198,031.64

28,900
91,300
24,100

20,800
13,000
24,100

20,800.00
16,000.00
26.700.00

23,000
46,000
18,700

20.996.96
18,975.13
23, 365. 39
583. 85

15,000

13,875

15,000

17,000
6,600
18, 700
29,000
12, 700

314,300
8,000
22,800
500

350, 000
8,000
18, 000
500

298,000

332,000

373,000. 88

18,000

14,000

15,204. 53

361, 633. 00
8, 000. 00
16, 600. 00
100. 00

1,680,978.14
302,194. 75
175, 805. 85
265, 441. 50
45,450. 58

3, 599. 29
55,569. 50

«2.67

A28

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

6—Continued

TABLE

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

•
LEGISLATIVE BRANCH-Continued
Library of Congress—Continued.
Permanent appropriations:
Bequest of Gertrude M. Hubbard, interest account
Library of Congress trust fund, interest on permanent loan
account

Government Printing Office:
Public printing and binding
.
Office of Superintendent of Documents:
Salaries
_ _ _ _ _
General expenses
Cost of handling penalty mail
Increase of compensation
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts__.

_-

$800.00

$600

$600

$625.00

51. 587

51, 587

51, 587. 00

45,000

45,000

38,820. 57

4, 523,192

4,358, 712.00

4, 732, 300

3, 934, 600

4, 268,992.63

24, 200, 000
._

$800

5. 516,487

Total, Library of Congress

$800

24, 200,000

24, 225,000.00

5,000,000

5,000,000

5,241,973.98

1, 085,100
345,000
353, 000

1,000,000
345,000
281, 200

972,468.00
345,000.00

1,085,000
345,000
353, 000

1,122,000
354,000
250,000

• 56. 70
62,914. 76

63, 377.76

Total, Government Printing Office.

25, 983,100

25,826, 200

25,605,845.76

6, 783, 000

6, 726, 000

Total, legislative branch

50, 351, 907

47,452, 322

47,897,073.71

30, 217,165

29,088,393

° Excess of credits, deduct.




964, 450. 67
456, 975. 27

6, 726, 257. 98
28, 805, 298.61

A29

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS

EXPENDITURES

Organization unit and appropriation title
Recommended,
1946

A c t u a l , 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

$495,000
8,200
6,200
37,000
34, 900
74, 000

$528, 500
12, 600
19, 700
55, 500
31, 000
82, 200

$501, 595. 85
30, 200. 81
8,182. 91
* 18, 779. 27
20, 474. 75
73, 886. 50

A c t u a l , 1944

THE JUDICIARY
United States Supreme Court:
..
Salaries
Preparation of rules for criminal proceedings
Preparation of rules for civil procedure
Printing and binding
Miscellaneous expenses
Care of Supreme Court Building and grounds

37,000
i 34, 900
74, 860
645, 860

698, 814. 00

655, 300

729, 500

653,120. 09

10, 300

12, 300

11, 300. 00

10, 000

12, 000

22, 705. 00

2,500

3,370

2, 500. 00

3,000

3,000

3, 200.04

12,800

15, 670

13,800. 00

13, 000

15, 000

25,905. 04

111, 690
2 3,300
6,700

114,860
2 3,167
6,700

113,060. 00
3, 000. 00
6, 700. 00

111, 690
3,100
6,500

114, 860
3,100
6,500

113,046.65
3,539.83
5, 598. 49

121, 690

124, 727

122, 760. 00

121,290

124, 460

122,184. 97

250, 000
3 12, 963
1,000

236, 500. 00
13, 500. 00
1,000.00

233, 200
13, 000
900

240,000
12,000
800

231,958. 80
10, 412. 26
309.60

247, 200

263,963

251, 000. 00

247,100

252, 800

242, 680. 66

308,400
3 47,400
35,000
6,550

Total, United States Courts for the District of Columbia.
United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals:
Salaries . .
.
. . .
Contingent expenses
_
_
Printing and binding

_ _

Total, United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals

_

. . .
_

Total, United States Customs Court

.._

_

Total, Court of Claims

_.

Territorial Courts:
Salaries, justices and judges, Territory of Hawaii.
Salaries district court Panama Canal Zone
Salaries and expenses, United States Court for China
Total, Territorial courts

712,959

233, 200
3 13,000
1,000

Other Federal courts:
United States Courts for the District of Columbia:
Repairs and improvements, District Court of the United
States for the District of Columbia
Repairs and improvements, United States Court of Appeals
for the District of Columbia

Court of Claims:
Salaries . ._ _
Contingent expenses
Printing and binding
Repairs to buildings

-.

Miscellaneous items of expense:
Salaries of circuit, district, and retired judges.
_
United States Courts:
.
Salaries of clerks
Probation system
. . . . __
_
Fees of commissioners
Fees of jurors
-_ ._
Miscellaneous salaries Miscellaneous expenses
Traveling expenses
Printing and binding
Supplies, materials, etc., referees in bankruptcy, United
States district courts

220, 000
315,463
25,000
2,550

208,000. 00
18, 000. 00
26, 500. 00
2, 550. 00

305,000
40, 000
30,000
5,000

220,000
15, 000
25,000
3,000

194,056. 37
12,491. 00
27, 776.41
7, 512. 78

397, 350

263, 013

255, 050. 00

380, 000

263, 000

241, 836. 56

96, 500

96, 500

103, 500. 00

96, 500

97, 000

93, 720. 81
• 299. 83
2, 591. 57

96, 500

96, 500

103, 500. 00

96, 500

97,000

96,012. 55

3, 222, 500

3, 222, 500

3, 222, 500. 00

3,150,000

3,125,000

3,123, 775. 83

2, 635,000
1,173,000
470,000
1, 680, 000
1, 710, 500
* 549,800
621,000
89, 000

2, 985, 000
1,137,400
400,000
1, 600, 000
1,327,885
«473, 700
563,500
89, 000

2, 943, 780.00
1,099, 800.00
532, 400.00
1, 680, 000. 00
1,184, 800. 00
391, 000. 00
540,000.00
89, 000. 00

2, 630,000
1,165,000
470,000
1, 670, 000
1, 700, 000
550, 000
620,000
85, 000

2, 975,000
1,130,000
450, 000
1, 650, 000
1,325,000
470, 000
550,000
85, 000

2, 904, 267. 92
1,097, 480. 94
480, 551. 59
1, 670, 805. 79
1,172,120. 52
354, 679. 62
521,201. 52
80, 758. 98

° Excess of credits, deduct.
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
i Includes $1,600 in 1946 and $1,480 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
i Includes $180 in 1946 and $167 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
»Includes $500 in 1946 and $463 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
< Includes $84,000 in 1946 and $77,700 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
6




$536, 509
b

Total, United States Supreme Court

United States Customs Court:
Salaries . .
Contingent expenses
_
Printing and binding.
_

19, 700
49, 750
i 27.000
80, 000

$513, 800. 00
51, 000. 00
6
4, 414. 00
26, 000. 00
27, 000. 00
76, 600. 00

$499,100

• 162. 62

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THE BUDGET FOB, FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLB

6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

A c t u a l , 1945

1 XPENDITURES
E

A c t u a l . 1944

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

Actual, 1944

THE JUDICIARY—Continued
Other Federal courts—Continued.
Miscellaneous items of expense—Continued.
United States Courts—Continued.
Salaries of court reporters, United States courts.

.._

Total, miscellaneous items of expense
Total, other Federal courts.Administrative Office of the United States Courts:
Salaries
__.
_ __ ._
.__ ._ ._
Miscellaneous expenses... _
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts
Total, Administrative Office of the United States Courts
Total, the Judiciary




$815,000

$800,000

12,965,800

_.

$11, 798, 985

$11, 683, 280. 00

32,840,000

$11,760,000

$11,405,480.09

13,841,340

12, 562,858

12,429, 390.00

13,697,890

12, 512,260

12,134,099.87

249, 600
28,000

283, 700
24,000

271, 300. 00
24, 000. 00
1, 794. 50

249,000
25, 000

275, 000
22, 000

262, 343. 00
22, 005. 62
3, 930. 74

277, 600

307, 700

297, 094. 50

274, 000

297, 000

288, 279. 36

14, 764,800

13, 583,517

13, 425, 298. 50

14, 627,190

13, 538, 760

13,075,499. 32

A31

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title 1

Recommended,
1946

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

A c t u a l , 1945

Estimated, 1946

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND
INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Executive Office of the President:
Salary of the President
The White House Office:
__
Salaries and expenses _
Defense aid administrative expenses
Emergency fund for the President, national defense

___

$75,000

$75,000

$75,000.00

$75,000

2 313, 038

2 339,131

302,190. 00

320,000

$75,000

$75, 000.00

320,000
109, 000

.

Total, the White House Office

288, 054. 21
43.35
73, 496. 27

313, 038

320,000

429,000

361, 593. 83

150, 000

151, 500. 00

150, 000

151,000

141,999. 58

3 2, 000, 000
77,000
879,800

1,841, 500. 00
52, 000. 00
924,000. 00

2,430, 000
77, 000
455, 000

1,960,000
75, 000
820, 000
7,000

1, 686, 243. 58
53, 520. 36
824, 927. 72
36, 703. 10
90.78

2,967,100

Total, Bureau of the Budget

302,190. 00

3 2,444,800
77,000
445, 300

Bureau of the Budget:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
National defense activities
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Foreign service pay adjustment

339,131

150, 000

Maintenance, Executive Mansion and grounds .___

2, 956,800

2,817, 500. 00

2, 962, 000

2,862, 000

2, 601, 485. 54

National Resources Planning Board:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
National defense activities
._
Emergency expenditures (P W A )
Emergency expenditures (P. W. A., N. I. R.).__
Total, National Resources Planning Board

•

79, 500. 00

79, 500. 00

_.

President's Committee for Education of Men Demobilized
From the Armed Forces:
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Committee for Congested Production Areas:
Salaries and expenses (expenses of liquidation)
Emergency funds for the President, national defense
War agencies i (see also tables 8 and 10). _
_
Total, Executive Office of the President
Emergency Funds Appropriated to the President:
Emergency fund for the President, national defense.. __ __
Emergency fund for the President, defense housing, temporary shelter
Defense aid (lend-lease) *.*
Defense aid, special fund 4
__..____
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration
Foreign war relief (national defense)...
Total, emergency funds appropriated to the President
American Battle Monuments Commission:
Salaries and expenses
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts
Total, American Battle Monuments Commission
American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic
and Historic Monuments in War Areas:
.
.
Salaries and expenses

124, 454.12
25,608. 27
« 6, 455. 37
18, 271. 78
239. 73
5, 500. 00
167, 618. 53

36.80
300, 000
1,015,100, 000
1,018, 605,138

250, 000
b

* 1, 207, 359, 421 2,966,832, 630. 70
1,211,180, 352

2,970, 258,320. 70

2, 516.359,000

2, 572,211,700

333, 338.18
2, 757,105, 728. 88

2, 519,866,000

2, 575,978,700

2, 760,786,801. 34

I

(,

& 6 3,000,000,000
15,000,000

I

» 3,450, 570, 000
25,000,000
450, 000,000

(*)
32, 286, 470.00

3, 015,000,000

3,925, 570,000

^ 3 2 , 286,470. 00

7 40, 000

? 41, 785

45, 530.00

40,000

38,000

74, 458. 03
2.73,

40, 000

41, 785

45, 530. 00

40,000

38, 000

74, 460. 76

8 56, 000

8 40,000

58, 000

41, 000

8,167. 95

(«)•

* Excess of credits, deduct.
f> Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
i Appropriation titles in italics are classified as "war activities."
* Includes $4,500 in 1946 and $4,163 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
3 Includes $600 in 1946 and $463 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
« Because of possible material changes in war conditions, the detailed schedules of obligations will be submitted to the Congress as a part of a supplementary budget in the spring
of 1945.
* Expenditures are shown under the various agencies to which the funds are allocated.
« Tentative estimate of appropriation to be requested if the Lend-Lease Act is extended beyond June 30, 1945.
7
Includes $15 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
»Includes $100 for "Cost of handling penalty mail,"




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriati on title

Recommended,
1946

A c t u a l , 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND
INDEPENDENT OFFICES—Continued
Bituminous Coal Consumers Counsel:
Salaries and expenses

$24,417.10

Board of Investigation and Research—Transportation:
_
Salaries and expenses
Civil Service Commission:
__
_
Salaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses (national defense)
Extension of civil service
Panama C anal construction annuity fund
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Civil Service retirement and disability appropriated fund
Canal Zone retirement and disability appropriated fund
Alaska Railroad retirement and disability appropriated fund
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts

and student

aid, National

$10,000, 000
7,000,000

10, 200,000
11, 000,000

5,880, 298.18
12, 687,179. 59
3, 887.83

1,443,000

1, 500, 000

Administration.

1, 500, 000

245, 000,000
1,177, 000
217,000

194, 500, 000
1,177,000
175,000

175,104,000. 00
1,177,000.00
175, 000. 00
9.07

245, 000,000
1,177, 000
217, 000

194, 500, 000
1,177,000
175,000
12

294, 244. 24
175,104, 000. 00
1,177, 000. 00
175, 000. 00
56.21

264, 885,000

Youth

9 $10,155,500
11,196, 000

1,443, 000

Employees' Compensation Commission:
Salaries and expenses 10
Salaries and expenses, military bases (national defense) ._ _
Employees' compensation fund . . .
Employees' compensation fund, emergency relief
Wage accrual fund.
.
__ . _
.
work

293, 516. 23

$10,016,000
7,032,000

Total, Civil Service Commission

Youth

$20,000

$275,000.00

218 703, 500

194, 968, 614. 07

264, 837,000

218, 552,012

195, 321, 666.05

ii 1,126, 025
346,000
13, 950,000

952,600.00
43,900.00
* 10, 550,000.00

1,400,000
25,000
15,000,000
45, 000
3,000,000

1, 250,000
325, 000
13, 775,000
1, 800,000

1,034,026.13
216,145. 73
10, 748, 664.40
2,104,496.99

u 1, 387,000
» 13, 575,000

6

5,821,900.00
12,690, 705. 00

3,000,000
___

Claims, judgments, and private relief acts .
Total, Emplovees' Compensation Commission
Federal Communications Commission:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
_______
Relocation of monitoring stationsSalaries and expenses (national defense)-.
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Working fund
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts
Total, Federal Communications Commission

21, 591.02
108.53

116. 55
17, 962, 000

15, 422,025

11, 546, 616. 55

19, 470,000

17,150,000

14,125, 032. 80

12 2, 756,000
21,000

12 2,104, 500
16, 700

2,100, 000.00
19, 600.00

2, 683, 000
21, 000

2,100,000
22,000

2, 430,000

4,191,143

5,765, 314.00

2, 501, 000

4,159,000

2,125, 087.01
26, 720. 53
• 43.65
5, 777, 415.43
541. 34
36, 771. 77
4.03

5, 205, 000

6, 281,000

7, 966, 496. 46

411. 67
5, 207, 000

6, 312, 343

7,885, 325. 67

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (see also table 10):
Salaries and expenses, Federal credit unions
Supervision of Federal credit unions (special account)

• 27.13
« 173. 33

Total, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

• 200. 46

Federal Power Commission:
Salaries and expenses
Flood-control surveys
National defense activities..
Printing and binding
Cost of handling penalty mail.
Permanent appropriation:
Payments to States under Federal Power Act (special
....
account)
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts . _
Total, Federal Power Commission

2,150,000
135,000
110,000
40,000
5,000

1, 997, 000
144, 500
600, 000
25,000
4,533

1,953,000.00
138,000.00
539,255.00
25,000.00

2,125,000
134,000
115,000
38,000
5,000

2,007, 000
144,000
580,000
27,000
4,165

1, 959,154. 71
138, 770. 99
552, 769.16
30, 726. 57

28, 850

28, 275

27,164. 00
248. 62

28, 850

28, 275

50,061. 99
219.80

2,468, 850

2, 799, 308

2,682, 667.62

2, 445,850

2, 790, 440

2,731,703.22

" Excess of credits, deduct.
b
Excludes reappropriatioris shown in table 7.
8 Includes $264,000 in 1946 and $244,200 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
io Includes appropriations and expenditures for "Printing and binding."
» Includes $13,000 in 1946 and $12,025 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
12 Includes $16,000 in 1946 and $11,193 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail".




A33

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES

6—Continued

TABLE

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

A c t u a l , 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

$1,950,000
43,000

$2,000,000
42, 000

15,000

A c t u a l , 1945

50,000

$1, 823, 524. 41
32, 532. 24
16.00
• 36, 243. 96

2,008,000

2,092,000

1, 819, 828.69

26, 423,980. 56
11,171. 30
764, 874. 32
152, 626. 07
20, 324. 35
10, 969. 30
92.82

Actual, 1944

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND
INDEPENDENT OFFICES—Continued
Federal Trade Commission:
Salaries and expenses
_
Printing and binding
Claims judgments and private relief acts
Working fund

_

is $1,948,000
44,000

» $2,011,070
43,000

$1,915,000.00
43,000.00
8.95

1,992,000

790,000

640,000.00

37,000,000

27,351,000.00

31,000,000

" 1, 900, 000
235,000

General Accounting Office:
Salaries
Emergency relief administrative expenses
Miscellaneous expenses
. „__
._
Printing and binding
Defense aid administrative expenses

1,958,008.95

31,750,000

Foreign service pay adjustment:
Appreciation of foreign currencies

2,054,070

1,000,000

_

Total, Federal Trade Commission.

H 1, 240, 225
240,000

932, 645.00
181,000.00

1, 750, 000
230,000

36,000,000
500
1, 200,000
250,000

97.63

Claims, judgments, and private relief acts

Interstate Commerce Commission:
General administrative expenses
Regulating accounts
Safety of employees .
Signal safety systems
Locomotive inspection
Valuation of property of carriers
._
Motor transport regulation
__
Printing and binding
Cost of handling npnaltv mail
Salaries and expenses (national defense)

--

-_

28,464, 742. 63

32,980, 000

37, 450, 500

27, 384,038. 72

3, 218, 000
400,000
550, 000
178,000
500,000
463,000
2, 726,000
137,000
30,000
231,000

3,119,000
473, 000
604,000
182,000
548,000
600,000
3, 250,000
157, 700
23,125
338,000

2, 860,000. 00
795,000.00
565,000.00
165,900.00
538,000.00
650,000.00
3,150,000.00
150,000.00

3, 200,000
390,000
546, 000
178,000
500,000
463,000
2, 744,000
152,000
30,000
231,000

2, 860,000
377,000
580, 000
175, 000
538,000
503,000
3, 075,000
172,000
15,000
295,000

2, 848, 303. 94
333,911. 27
561, 906. 70
164, 784. 79
536,628. 54
591, 402.46
3,142, 591. 80
120, 536. 63

9,194,825

9,173,036. 75

8,434,000

8, 590,000

8, 570, 586. 80

is 25,874,830
15,000

19,620,415.00
15, 000.00
135. 76

25,860,000
15,000

25,000,000
15,000

18, 553, 708. 32
11,613.31
311.79

26,015,000

25, 889,830

19,635,550. 76

25,875,000

25,015,000

18, 565, 633.42

16 997,000
7,000

--.

38, 480, 225

« 26,000,000
15,000

_

33, 885,000

8,433,000

_

Total, General Accounting Office

16 1,064, 340
7,000

934,400.00
7,000.00

997,000
8, 000

1,066,000
7,000
1,300

889, 656. 96
10, 350.01
5, 285.05
« 423. 47

1,004,000

1,071,340

941,400.00.

1,005,000

1,-074, 300

904,868. 55

14, 700
3,000

16,000
2,775

27,300.00

17,000
3,500

25,000
1,900

14, 989. 87

299,000. 00
136.75

Working fund.
Total, Interstate Commerce Commission
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and bindinsr
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts

-

Total, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
National Archives:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
TCwcrnpncv fund for th& President

_
national

defense

Working fund

-.-

Total National Archives
National Capital Housing Authority:
Maintenance and operation of title I properties

6.14

Conversion of inhabited-allpvs fund
Emergency funds for the PresidentDefense housing temporary shelter
Defense housing temporary shelter maintenance etc
National defense housing, operation, maintenance, etc
Total, National Capital Housing Authority

50, 000
50,000
17, 700

* Excess of credits, deduct.
13
Includes $5,000 in 1946 and $3,747 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
Includes $45,000 in 1946 and $41,625 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
15
Includes $6,075 in 1946 and $4,649 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
«Includes $3,000 in 1946 and $2,775 in 1945 for "Cost Of haiujfeg penalty maiL"
14




270, 490. 56
132. 53
« 102.42

18, 775

27, 300. 00

404, 000
50, 000
50,000

3, 005, 539. 95
« 155, 219. 23
« 176, 238.18

120, 500

530,900

2, 689, 078. 55

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE

6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

$500,000

$1,330,000

$244,848.57

1,835, 000
509,000
18, 000
235,000
556,000
240,000

2,144, 000
487, 000
12, 000
227,000
630,000
180,000

2, 020,573. 75
552,115.50

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND
INDEPENDENT OFFICES—Continued
National Capital Park and Planning Commission:
Acquisition of property

_.

National Labor Relations Board:
Salaries
_
Miscellaneous expenses.
Cost of handling penalty mail
_.
Printing and binding
Salaries and expenses (national defense)
Salaries and expenses, War Labor Disputes Act (national defense)
National Labor Relations Board, N . I. R
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts
Total, National Labor Relations Board _
National Mediation Board:
Salaries and expenses
Cost of handling penalty mail
Arbitration and emergency boards
Printing and binding
National Railroad Adjustment Board:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
Emergency fund for the President, national defense.
Total, National Mediation Board
Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion 18_
Railroad Retirement Board:
Salaries
Miscellaneous expenses
Printing and binding
Cost of handling penalty mail
Railroad retirement appropriated account
Acquisition of prior service and compensation data
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Permanent appropriations:
Railroad unemployment insurance administration fund
Transfers to unemployment trust fund (act Oct. 10, 1940)._.
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts
Total, Railroad Retirement Board
Securities and Exchange Commission:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
Emergency fund for the Preside it, national defense.
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts
Working fund

" $394,000

1,830, 000
499,000
17, 700
220,000
546, 600
235, 000

17 $740,000

2,125, 000
478, 000
16, 373
220,000
600, 000
225, 000

$2, 000,450. 00
478, 000. 00
220, 000. 00
794, 050. 00

233, 656.81
732,794.25
»4.07
4.68

3,348,300

3,664, 373

3,492, 504. 68

3, 393,000

3,680, 000

218, 300
775
100,000
2,500

214,400
717
b 115,000
2,500

197,800.00

200,000
659
115,000
2,500

186,414.07

* 50,000
2, 500.00

218,000
775
100,000
2,500

252,400
17, 500

272,000
17,500

259, 200.00
17, 500.00

252,400
17,500

272,000
17, 500

247,841.29
16,232.32
13,818.11

591,475

622,117

527,000.00

591,175

607,659

515,643.77

138,000.00

28,800,000

1, 391,000

110,289.95

2,030,000.00
490,000. 00
34,000.00

1, 700,000
325,000
32,000
80,000
241,232,000

2,000,000
350,000
29,000
21,000
359,498,000
300,000

1, 926, 566. 35
314, 761.06
22,945.22

3,105,000
9,729,000

3, 570,000
8,948,000

3,106,525. 61
11,699,700.00
103. 38

31,830,000

3, 539,140. 92

48, 753.89
2, 584.09

1,700,000
435,000
33,000
60,000
291, 913,000

2,008,000
460, 500
30,500
27, 750
308, 817, 000

262,720,000.00

11,000,000

13,300,000

12,143,103.00

305 141, 000

324, 643, 750

277,417,193.48

256, 203,000

374,716.000

280,103.149.18

20 4,236,000
43,000

° 4, 651,704
45,000

4, 554, 500. 00
48,000.00

4,232, 000
43,000

4,650, 000
50, 000

4,550, 541.22
27, 427. 06
12.27
186. 55
« 11, 032. 93

90.48

195.13

262, 720,000.00
309,579.00
2,968.56

Total, Securities and Exchange Commission. _.

4, 279,000

4, 696, 704

4, 602, 695.13

4, 275, 000

4, 700,000

4, 567 134.17

Selective Service System ™.
Smithsonian Institution:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses, National Gallery of Art
Widener gift tax, National Gallery of Art
Emergency fund for the President, national defense.

53,590,000

i 62, 500,000

58,943,153.77

54,000,000

60,000,000

62,722,929.67

22 l, 205,000
23 583,400

22 1, 224,090
23 642, 600

1,179,040. CO
623, 365. 00
307, 630. 50

1, 220,000
588,000

1, 240,000
636,000

1, 223,118.
629,610.
307, 630.
« 40, 625.

23
58
50
29

° Excess of credits, deduct.
h
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 73
17 Includes $65 in 1946 and $75 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
18
Because of possible material changes in war conditions, the detailed estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1946 will be submitted to the Congress as a part of a supplementary budget in the spring of 1945. Consequently the estimates of appropriations and expenditures are tentative.
" Includes $8,788 for "Cost of handling penalty mail,"
20 Includes $15,000 in 1945 and $13,875 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
21 Includes $2,220,000 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
22 Includes $5,040 in 1946 and $4,662 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
23 Includes $1,935 in 1946 and $1,291 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."




A35

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES

6—Continued

TABLE

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS

EXPENDITURES

Organization unit and appropriation title
Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

Actual, 1944

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND
INDEPENDENT OFFICES—Continued
Smithsonian Institution— Continued.
Permanent appropriations:
Expenses of Smithsonian Institution, interest account
Expenses of National Gallery of Art, interest account
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts
Working fund

$60,000
200,000

$60,000.00
144,199.00
40.00

$60,000
200,000

$60,000
200,000
10,000

$60,000.00
144,198.90
41.86
« 10, 381. 62

2,048, 400

2,126, 690

2, 314, 274. 50

2,068,000

2,146, 000

2, 313, 593.16

2* 915, 000
10, 000

Total, Smithsonian Institution

$60,000
200,000

2 951, 881
4
10,000

897,000. 00
10, 000.00

916, 000
10,000

931,000
11, 900

Tariff Commission:
Printing and binding

__

120, 000
961, 881

907, 000. 00

926, 000

1,062, 900

861, 822.10

" 510, 750
15,000

25 555, 000
32,000

555, 940. 00
32, 000. 00

512, 000
15, 000

542,000
20, 000

529,324. 80
18, 094. 26

525, 750

_ _ _ _ _

924, 357.49
13,130. 72
« 39,139. 63
« 36, 526. 48

925, 000

Salaries a n d expenses

587,000

587, 940. 00

527, 000

562, 000

547,419. 06

15, 000
20,000

31,499. 39
11,481. 86
2,411. 43
55.00

Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Working fund
Total, Tariff Commission
The Tax Court of the United States:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
Total, The Tax Court of the United States
Thomas Jefferson Bicentennial Commission
Thomas Jefferson Memorial Commission
United States Constitution Sesquicentennial Commission.
United States Golden Gate International Exposition Commission
United States Maritime Commission (see also table 8):
Construction fund, act June 29,1936, revolving fund
__ _
_
Federal ship-mortgage insurance fund
_ __
Emergency ship construction fund
Defense aid (national defense)
Emergency fund for the President national defense
Claims judgments and private relief acts
Working fund
Emergency fund for the President, national defense housing projects maintenance etc

(26)

1,289,780,000.00

1, 700, 000,000

3,122, 607,000
13, 762, 000
163, 631,000

700,000,000

6, 766,000, 000

1, 700,000,000

4,000,000,000

3, 728, 243, 396. 51

134,477, 000. 00
425,000. 00

159,000. 000
420, 000
485, 625
554,496,980

132,J90,268.30
391,157. 29

940
000
625
000

493, 000, 000. 00

19, 794, 000

21,458, 000.00

216, 000,000
700, 000
682, 500
1,080,150, 000
295,000, 000
18,426, 000

40,000
9,000,000
500,000,000

125,000. 00

13,850

400,000

400, 000

250,000,000. 00
500,000. 00
70,000. 00

1,000,000,000
95,000
600,000

71,128
9,000,000
516, 228, 342
130,000
270,000

2, 611, 667, 350

1, 263, 858,437

227, 675, 000
780, 000
682, 500
1,080,150,000
295, 000, 000
18, 000, 000

164, 044,
450,
485,
558, 252,

1, 289, 780, 000.00

1,000,000,000

_ _

23, 756, 362

19, 208. 95

__

2, 622, 687, 500

1, 252, 466, 565

900, 074, 208. 95

Unclassified items
Total, Executive Office of the President and independent offices-

494,959,091. 89
10, 883, 029. 56
"14, 561.04
89,454. 03
102,429,163. 08
12,314. 67
° 3 . 67
« 139. 73
14.00
95.50
« 2,925,183. 68
19, 688.97
« 24. 00
738, 634, 365.17
o 7,047. 86

7,421,931,113

13,877, 775, 946

5, 819,572, 554. 21

° Excess of credits, deduct.
24 Includes $1,000 in 1946 and $925 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
25
Includes $750 in 1946 and $532 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
2° Of the unobligated balances, $100,000 is to be deposited in the Treasury for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
2 Includes $5,700,000,000 contract authorization; also $83,250 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."
7




3,885,173, 271. 75
« 22,021.95
« 5, 649, 785. 78
112, 999, 643.41
382,802. 70
5, 272,100.10
« 270,038,476,39
125, 862.67

Total United States Maritime Commission
Veterans' Administration:
Salaries and expenses
_
_
Printing and binding
Cost of handling penalty mail
Army and Navy pensions
Readjustment benefits
__
Military and naval insurance . _ __ _
Military and naval compensation
Adjusted service and dependent pay
Adjusted service certificate appropriated fund
National service life insurance appropriated fund
Vocational rehabilitation
Soldiers' and sailors' civil relief-. __ _
National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers
Administrative expenses, emergency relief
Planning and review of work projects emergency relief
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts
Increase of compensation
Total, Veterans' Administration

27 6, 766,000,000

7, 545,294,875

8, 609, 692, 848

7,863,708,228.23

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

A36

TABLE 6—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For thefiscalyears 1946,1945, and 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation titlel

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY
American Printing House for the Blind:
To promote the education of the blind..
Columbia Institution for the Deaf_,__
Food and Drug Administration:
Salaries and expenses:
Enforcement operations
Salaries, sea-food inspectors.
General administration
Working fund

Total, Food and Drug Administration.

$115,000
167, 000

$115,000
204,100

$115,000.00
181, 500. 00

$115,000
. 167, 000

$115,000
204, 000

$115,000.00
208, 871. 67

2, 700,000
40,000
98,000

2,796, 580
40,000
111, 000

2, 71$ 880.00
40,000.00
110, 800.00

2, 706,000
40,000
98, 000

2, 790, 000
40,000
111, 000

2, 703, 268. 05
40,000. 00
110, 765.11
« 9,117. 70

2,838,000

2, 947, 580

2,867, 680.00

2, 844,000

2, 941,000

2,844, 915.46

782, 250

794,000

786,000.00

2 800,000

3 282,000

8 271, 433. 54

782, 250

794,000

786,000.00

800,000

282,000

272, 634.04

685,000
227,000

750,000
158,000

735, 340.00
156,000.00

685,000
207,000

750, 000
157,000

790, 591. 73
185, 648.87

912,000

908,000

891, 340. 00

892,000

907,000

976, 240.60

14, 200,000
30,000
105,000

14, 200,000
30,000
105, 000

14, 200,000.00
30,000.00
105, 000. 00

14, 000, 000
30,000
105,000

14,000,000
30, 000
105, 000

13,310, 083. 22
29, 926. 36
100, 461. 26

2, 480,000
1, 351, 700

2, 480, 000
838,118

2, 480,000.00
777, 230. 00

2, 480, 000
1, 280, 000

127, 500, 000.00
2,000, 000.00
1, 200,000. 00
b
900. 00

3, 600, 000

384, 900

14, 500, 000
175,000
866, 700

2, 480,000
797, 740
70,000
65, 418, 000
2, 361, 000
880, 000
4,000

2,480,000.00
756, 710. 64
150,188.76
72, 730, 629.06
515,141.78
1,072, 776. 89
« 365, 315. 41
a
45,146.06

2, 550,000
7,000, 000

2, 550,000
7, 000, 000

2, 550, 000. 00
7,000, 000.00

2, 550,000
7, 000, 000

2, 550, 000
7, 000, 000

2, 550, 000.00
6, 893,918.82

28,101, 600

42, 744, 818

157, 843,130. 00

31, 482, 000

95, 695, 740

100,179, 375. 32

12,339,000
13,125,000
15, 405, 823
1,150, 000
2,274, 000
339, 000

12, 367,000.00
11,679,000.00
14, 535, 700.00
1,227,680.00
2,147,020.00
322,100.00

12,600,000
13, 000,000
14,700,000
1,100,000
2,150,000
240,000
300, 000

12,550,658.76
10,091, 279. 73
13, 667,392.66
1,212,058.18
2,003, 602.44
221, 857. 80

Freedman's Hospital:

Salaries and expenses
Public Works, Administration, allotment to Federal Security
Agency
Total, Freedmen's Hospital Howard University:
Salaries
Expenses

Total, Howard University.
Office of Education:
Further development of vocational education
Promotion of vocational education in Hawaii
Promotion of vocational education in Puerto Rico
Further endowment of colleges of agriculture and the mechanic
arts
Salaries and expenses
Working fund
Education and training, defense workers (national defense)
Visual aids for war training (national defense)
Salaries and expenses (national defense)-.
Loanjto students (national defense)
Vocational education, defense workers
_
Permanent appropriation:
Colleges for agriculture and the mechanic arts
Promotion of vocational education, act of Feb. 23, 1917
Total, Office of Education
Public Health Service:
Expenses, Division of Venereal Diseases
Emergency health and sanitation activities (national defense)
Pay of personnel and maintenance of hospitals
Expenses, Division of Mental Hygiene
Salaries and expenses, National Institute of Health
Expenses, States Relations Division
^ Uniform allowance
Control of venereal diseases
Control of tuberculosis
Control of biologic products
Disease and sanitation investigations
Assistance to States, general, Public Health Service
Control of communicable diseases
Industrial hygiene investigations
Health and sanitation actiinties, war and defense areas (national
defense)
Control of malaria and diseases of tropical origin (national defense)-.
H o s p i t a l a n d medical care
Foreign q u a r a n t i n e service

1, 200. 50

b

11,949,000
847,000

11, 467, 000
356, 000
134,000
2, 615, 000
10, 897, 000
14,918, 400
1, 254, 000

11, 790,000
710, 000

668,000

11, 000, 000
367, 531

1, 439,000

437, 000

11, 000, 000. 00
328,480. 00

1,344,000.00

11, 260, 000
310, 000
130,000
2, 700, 000
11,300,000
17,000, 000
1, 200,000

450,000
31, 000
11,614, 000
310, 000

65.17
102, 933. 43
10, 839, 952. 83
292,864.19

1, 420, 000

1, 343,905. 29

* Excess of credits, deduct.
* Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
i Appropriation titles in italics classified as "war activities."
* Beginning thefiscalyear 1946 all expenditures will be shown against this account and the District of Columbia's share will be covered into miscellaneous,
* Represents 35 percent of the expenditures made under the District of Columbia for this institution.




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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title
Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY—Continued
Public Health Service—Continued.
Operating expenses, National Institute of Health
__
Maintenance, National Institute of Health _
___
-.
Operating expenses, National Cancer Institute
_
Pay of other employees
Pay etc commissioned officers
Training for nurses, national defense
Salaries and expenses national defense
Salaries and miscellaneous expenses
Medical and hospital service
_
Post-war planning
Public Works Administration, act of 1938, transfer to Federal
Works Agency, Public Buildings Administration
Emergency fund for the President national defense
Working funds, narcotic farms
_ Working fund Public Health Service
Working fund special fund
Permanent appropriation—Special account:
Operation of commissaries, Division of Mental Hygiene

Total Social Security Board
Office of the Administrator:
Salaries:
Office of the Administrator
Division of Personnel Supervision and Management
Division of Service Operations. ._
_
Office of General Counsel
_
Miscellaneous expenses
Traveling expenses
Printing and binding
Cost of handling penalty mail
Foreign-service pay adjustment
Civilian Conservation Corps:
Expenses of liquidation

500,000

$560,000

4, 586, 200
59, 957,000

2, 937, 719
63,000,000

2, 822, 000. 00
55, 200,000.00

4,600,000
59,000,000

3, 518,600
61,000,000

1,178,000

785,000

730,000.00

1,000,000

780,000

317,000

$344.84
458,269.48
• 844.49
3, 257, 292. 23
47, 954, 300. 60
4, 601. 72
735, 692. 09
« 20.00

300,000

34,400

16, 945. 98
24, 540.90
• 2,609.04
« 169,889. 71
° 34, 413. 20

Expenses of liquidation War Manpower
Youth work and student aid
Salaries and expenses
-

Commission
. . .
-_

130,000

93,000

5, 776.00

100,000

85,000

125,484,073

114,238,756.00

123, 550,000

123,893,000

104, 570,781. 88

2,114, 400

2,113,000

2,143,000. 00

2,085,000

2,080,000

1,996,155. 31

416,000,000
815,000

403,600,000
950,000

410,350,000.00
913,000. 00

416,000,000
820,000

403,600,000
931,000

429,457,226. 34
883,852. 49

32, 000, 000
747,900
15, 750, 000
2, 928, 000
2, 751,000

29,000, 000
750, 000
17, 385, 900
3,400, 000
2, 735,000

35,328, 000. 00
762,000. 00
17, 385,900. 00
3, 390, 000. 00
3,000,000.00

36, 000,000
747,000
15, 700,000
2,925, 000
2, 740,000

33,161, 000
737,000
17,112,000
3,380, 000
2,724, 000

36, 200, 545. 25
741, 889. 40
17,091,693.87
3, 259,815. 05
2,682, 619.47
• 223,100.88

457, 820,900

471,128,900. 00

474,932,000

461, 645, 000

490, 094, 540.99

* 181,291
131,000
295,000
674,000
68,696
1, 756, 300
944,000
462, 500

143,000.00
120,000.00
296, 700.00
571,380.00
75,000.00
1, 672, 550. 00
900,000.00

170,000
109, 000
235,000
513,000
56,000
1,985,000
929,000
530,100
10,000

180,000
129,000
292,000
592,000
64,000
1,697,000
927,000
340,000
12,000

136,924.75
117, 523. 73
278,156.16
551,975. 26
72, 304.10
1,386, 526.60
874,950. 92

.
. . .

140,000
10,000
50,000
8,000

134, 225. 39
3,682, 743. 51
4, 779,472. 91
102,135.11
14,132.07
406. 57

208,000

8, 713,115. 56

.

Total, National Youth Administration

456.14
< 66, 370. 30
•

National Youth Administration:
Expenses of liquidation, Federal Security Agency

__ .

Excess of credits, deduct.
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
* Includes $9,100 for liquidation of Civilian Conservation Corps.




$530,000.00

174,000
113,000
243,000
528,000
69,000
2, 210,000
959,000
567,000

- - --

Social Security Board:
Grants to States for old-age assistance, aid to dependent children and aid to the blind
Salaries, Bureau of Public Assistance
_
Grants to States for unemployment compensation administration
Salaries, Bureau of Employment Security..
Salaries, Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors' Insurance
Salaries, Office of Social Security Board
Miscellaneous expenses, Social Security Board
Working fund

h

$561,000

470, 991, 900

Saint Elizabeths Hospital:
Salaries and expenses

a

490,000

122,683,600

Total, Public Health Service

Printing and binding _ _
Working fund

$1,650,000

$1,588,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 6—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY—Continued
Office of the Administrator—Continued.
Vocational rehabilitation:
Payments to States, vocational rehabilitation of disabled
civilians
Cooperative vocational rehabilitation, residents of the
District of Columbia
Salaries and expenses, vocational rehabilitation.
General administrative expenses, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
__
„
Working fund
Salaries and expenses, Office of Community War Services
Temporary aid to enemy aliens and other restricted persons
Defense aid (lend-lease)
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Total, Office of the Administrator

$8, 000,000




$7,994,000

$4, 623, 223. 96
5,698. 21
2,904.15

400,000
$900,000
82,000

5, 845, 000

213, 900.00

1, 500, 000
50,000

1, 750, 000. 00

14, 362, 787

Miscellaneous:
Claims iudsments and Drivate relief acts
Total, Federal Security Agency

$6,730,000.00

12, 472, 530.00

384,000
$1,000,000
240,000

5, 777,100

1, 500,000
100,000
184,000
632,000
15, 235,000

86,457. 56
634,550,750

647, 494, 258

762, 754, 293. 56

167, 434. 43
96, 206. 46
1, 686,197. 96
3, 218. 39
703, 924. 06
19, 354, 370. 54

58,134.16
642,644,100

702,997,740

720,671,019.97

A39

SUMMARY AJND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 6—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS

EXPENDITURES

Organization unit and appropriation title'
Recommended,
1946

A c t u a l , 1944

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

Estimated, 1945

$336,000
55,000,000

$330,000
110,000,000

13, 500,000

A c t u a l , 1945

15,022,000

A c t u a l , 1944

FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY
(Exclusive of amounts carried under General Public Works
Program)
Office of the Administrator:
___
Salaries and expenses Defense public works (community facilities)
Public Works Administration (see also table 10):
Administrative expenses, Public Works Administration
Liquidation of Public Works Administration
Public Works Administration, act of 1938, allotment to F. W. A. .
Public Works Administration, act of 1938, grants
Emergency relief, Public Works Administration, loans and
grants to States, etc
Grant fund, Public Works Administration, act June 22,
1936 revolving fund
Special deposit accounts, revolving fund. Work Projects Administration:
Expenses of liquidation
Emergency relief
Working funds
Work relief in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands Cost of handling penalty mail
Special account' War Public Works (community facilities)
National Industrial Recovery, Public Works Administration,
allotment to Federal Wrorks Agency, Office of Administrator
Working fund administrative office
Total, Office of the Administrator

Total, Public Buildings Administration

$306,000.00
165,000, 000.00

$282,465. 58
135,256,831.35
36,047.15
990, 335.96
3, 327,878.99
678. 46
« 823,018.56
« 210,105. 00

7,000,000.00
28, 630

30, 525

30,000
100,000

22,000
140,000
25,000
34,000
22,000
• 50,000

913,418. 88
3,970, 579.45
1,486,471. 65
5,823, 722.24
« 591,644. 53

20,000
68,966,000

391,427.18
° 7, 716.12

125,565,000

150,847, 372.68

12, 362, 277

172, 306,000.00

1,374,000

1,350,000

1,300,000.00

1, 374,000

1,386,000

1, 245,669.18

7,500,000

2,500,000

2,000,000.00

6,500,000

2,500,000

2, 741,012.11

26,495,000

29,530,800

29,608,000.00

26,000,000

30,357,000

32,573,805.07

12,160.000
50,000

10, 581,000

10,068,600 00

12,800,000
25,000

11,054,000

11,511,199.51

830,000
1,100,000
2,000

«1,021, 798. 59
1,819.07

1,700,000

2,076, 687. 52

168,000

22,187.08
144,106. 52

25,000
20,000
20,000
75,000

3,070. 94
17, 223. 71
29,395. 20

10,000

121,100. 91

830,000

•

«208, 220

12,000,000
« 422, 244

0

4, 587. 52
12,891,332. 43
a
205, 224.10

47, 579,000 •

_

44, 791,800

42,976,600. 00

46,490, 780

60, 824, 756

36,373, 509. 22

10,000,000
35,000,000

10,000,000
40,000,000

10, 000,000. 00
75,000,000. 00

1,000, 000
10, 000,000
35,000,000

2,000,000
15,000,000
75,000,000

3, 363, 031. 90
13, 527, 626. 43
88. I l l , 446. 72

___ _

< Excess of credits, deduct.
»
b
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
1 Appropriation titles in italics are classified as "war activities.'




$331,752
12,000,000

366,230

Public Buildings Administration:
General administrative expenses
Repair, preservation, and equipment, public buildings outside
the District of Columbia
Salaries and expenses, public buildings and grounds in the District of Columbia and adjacent area
Salaries and expenses, public buildings and grounds outside the
District of Columbia
Working capital fund
_
Acquisition of site and building, Baltimore Parcel Post Station,
Baltimore, Md
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
_ _
Outside professional services
Emergency safeguarding of public buildings and property (national
defense)
Public buildings repairs, alterations, maintenance and operation,
- - - _- etc
Advance studies for Federal building construction
Public buildings, construction and rent:
Emergency repairs to public buildings and mechanical equipment act Auej 25, 1937
Emergency construction of public buildings, act June 19,1934.
Emergency construction of public buildings, act Aug. 12,1935Emergency construction of public buildings, act June 22,1936.
National Industrial Recovery, Public Works Administration,
allotment to Public Building Administration
Public Works Administration, allotment to Public Buildings
Administration
Workinc fund Public Buildings Administration
Construction services, Public Buildings Administration

Public Roads Administration (see also table 8):
Fliyht strips (national defense)
Strategic hiqhway network (national defense)
Access roads (national defense)

$337, 600

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE

6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS

EXPENDITURES

Organization unit and appropriation title
Recommended,
1946

*.

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

$5,000,000
4,000,000
1,500,000

$5,000,000
4,000,000
8,000,000
4, 000, 000
242,000

Actual, 1944

FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY-Continued
Public Roads Administration—Continued.
Surveys and plans (national defense)...

$3,000,000
1,000,000

Inter-American Highway _ . _
_
.
Inter-American Highway (Costa Rica)

$4,000, 000
2 2,000,000

$3,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
12, 000,000. 00

Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Defense aid, services and expenses

Public Works Administration, allotment to Public Roads
Administration)
Highway grade-crossing elimination, etc., emergency relief, act
Apr. 8, 1935
Highway funds, emergency expenditures (N. I. R.), act Apr. 8,
1935
National Industrial Recovery, Public Works Administration
emergency expenditures, allotment to Public Roads Administration
Payment of claims, sec. 10, Defense Highway Act of 1941, as
amended
Cooperative construction of rural post roads
Highway funds, emergency expenditures (N. I. R.), act of

5, 517. 88
300,000

1, 300,000
100, 000

110, 438.80

1,183, 313. 34
9, 874. 62
833.00

defense aid

Working fund
Special account! Working fund

8, 000,000

Total, Public Roads Administration

49,000,000

56,000, 000

Miscellaneous:
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts
Total, Federal Works Agency.a

Excludes $6,000,000 contract authorization.




105,110, 438.80

56, 500,000

122,942, 000

183,662.70

_

519, 523. 74
1,870.87

June 16, 1933
TVorkinQ fund

$172, 541. 40
4, 347,480.08
5, 526,625.83
695,856.83
208,428. 75

96,945, 230

113,154, 077

320, 576, 701. 50

5, 800.92
28, 656. 25
13, 405, 699. 37
132.08
131,114, 260.01

311, 500.62
171, 956, 780

309, 331,756

318, 646, 642. 53

A41

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES

6—Continued

TABLE

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946,1945, and 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title 1

Recommended,
1946

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

$3,032,000

Actual, 1945

$4,060,000
6,112,000
206,000

Actual, 1944

NATIONAL HOUSING AGENCY
Office of the Administrator (see also table 10):
Salaries and expenses
_
_
_
War housing
Wai housing in and neat the District of Columbia
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Emergency fund for the President, national defense housing
Emergency fund for the President, defense housing, temporary
.
shelter
Working fund, national defense
__ .
__

$15,000,000

$157, 600,000.00

64,000
6

6

Total, Office of the Administrator

15 000 000

832,000

()

()

157, 500,000. 00

3,032,000

Federal Home Loan Bank Administration (see also table 10):
Federal Home Loan Bank System:
Salaries and expenses (permanent appropriation)
Home Owners' Loan Corporation:
- ._
- .
War housing
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
War housinp, maintenance, etc. (special account)
United States Housing Corporation:
_
«
.
Salaries

11, 274, 000

$4.479,055. 54
8, 560, 285. 25
822, 916. 23
7, 933. 51
374, 533. 92
3, 098. 361. 03
« 67, 545.15
17, 275, 540.33

56, 633. 25
9, 733,000

62,147, 320. 22
8,143. 50
a
897, 541. 06
°3.47

Total, Federal Home Loan Bank Administration

9, 733,000

61,314, 552.44

==============
Federal Housing Administration (see also table 10):
Administrative expenses
__
Renovation and modernization insurance—payment of losses

4, 531. 72
151, 250.17
._

Total, Federal Housing Administration

Federal Public Housing Authority (see also table 10):
__
__.
_
_
Administrative expenses
Annual contributions
__
_
_
_
War housing _ _ _ _ _ _ _
War housino in and near the District of Columbia
_
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Emergency fund for the President, defense housing, temporary shelter.
_
_
U. S. Housing Authority fund
Special accounts:
Operation, maintenance, etc., national defense housing
_
War housing, Federal Public Housing Authority, maintenance, etc
_
Emergency fund for the President, defense housing, temporary
shelter
Emergency fund for the President, national defense housing
Maintenance, operation, etc., United States Maritime Commission housing projects
_
_ _ _ __ ____
Total, Federal Public Housing Authority

_

155, 781.89

b

9,500,000

7, 322, 000
• 200, 000

« 40.10
10,129, 996. 59
402, 900,824. 46
1,270, 948. 87
40.00
36, 835. 080. 28
« 214, 376. 73

« 48, 200,000

« 20,955,041. 38

10, 627. 60
• 71,105. 67
« 664. 089. 65
7,600.000

9. 500,000

5, 750. 000. 00

« 27,260, 000

121, 792, 000

_

7, 600,000

24, 500,000

163,251,308. 28

428. 729. 203. 62
4,875. 71

1.308.28

• Excess of credits, deduct.
b
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
i Appropriation titles in italics are classified as "war activities."




5, 750,000.00

• 513. 660. 65

Miscellaneous:
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts
Total, National Housing Agency.

b

9, 534, 000
150,167, 000
3,169,000

•47,200,000

6

9,630,000
9,045, 000
842,000
623,000
° 200,000

$7,600,000

• 24,228,000

142, 799,000

507,479,953.99

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 6—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946,1945, and 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS

EXPENDITURES

Organization unit and appropriation title *
Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

$1, 595,000
3,400,000

$1,845,000
2, 370,000

17,000

Actual, 1944

2,000

Actual, 1944

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
(Exclusive of amounts carried under General Public Works Program)
Office of the Secretary:
Salaries and expenses
Cost of handling penalty mail
Working capital fund
_ _ _.
Foreign-service pay adjustment
Emergency relief, Agriculture
Emergency fund for the President, national defense

$1,467,000
3,478,000

$1, 700,000
3,161,650

$1,648,184.00
400,000.00

985,000

-.

4,945,000

4,861,650

2,048,184.00

Defense aid (lend-lease)
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration

_.

5,012,000

5,202,000

3,016, 767.05

1,400,000,000
40,000,000

2,042,845,472.07

1, 664,000

1,930, 632

1,879,105. 00

1,875,000

2,140,000

3,964,340.47

460,000
1, 000,000

Office of Information:
_
_
_ ._ _.
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding, Department of Agriculture
Reproduction of 1942 Yearbook of Agriculture
Working fund, Agriculture, Information.__

514, 002
1,100,000

489, 257. 00
1,200,000.00
178,000.00

610,000
1,140, 000

750,000
1,360,000
172,000

631, 564.43
1,497,596.15

_.

Total, Office of Information

1.52
1,460, 000

1, 750,000

2,282, 000

2,129,162.10

550,171

542,932.00

460,000

540, 000

562, 936.42
a 77> 77

2, 375, 236
1, 735,000

2, 373, 236. 00
1, 508, 266.00

2, 230,000
1, 500,000

2, 600,000
1,830,000
125,000

Total, Bureau of Agricultural Economics

1,867, 257.00

2,110,000
1,420, 000

Bureau of Agricultural Economics:
Salaries and expenses:
Economic investigations
Crop and livestock estimates
Farm labor statistics
Working fund, Agriculture, Agricultural Economics

1,614, 002

467,900

Library, Department of Agriculture:
Salaries and expenses
Working fund

Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations:
Salaries and expenses
Working fund

' 32,412. 34
2,352.08
528.64
1, 324,415. 82

1, 200, 000, 000
200,000, 000

Total, Office of the Secretary

Office of the Solicitor:
Salaries and expenses..

$1, 721, 882. 85

2, 533, 535. 98
1,468,145. 62
a
28. 02
• 104,365. 44

3, 530,000

Agricultural Research Administration:
Office of Administrator: Salaries and expenses 2
Special research fund

_

Office of Experiment Stations:
Payments to States and Territories for agricultural experiment stations:
. .
Hatch Act of Mar. 2,1887
Adams Act of Mar 16 1906
Purnell Act of Feb 24 1925
Hawaii, act of May 16 1928
Alaska, acts of Feb. 23, 1929, and June 20,1936
.
Puerto Rico, act of Mar 4, 1931
Title I, Bankhead-Jones Act of June 29, 1935
I n all, p a y m e n t s to States. Hawaii, Alaska, and
Puerto Rico for agricultural experiment stations

3, 881, 502. 00

3, 730,000

4, 555,000

3,897, 288.14

500,000

_ __

4,110, 236

481, 505

473, 670. 00

498,000

480,000
4,533

472,025. 89
288. 04

285,200
1,088,000

324, 392
1,226, 364

238,925.00
1,212,086.00

286,000
1,075,000

351,000
1,210,000

547, 734.29
1,182,856.13

720,000
720,000
2,880,000
90,000
47, 500
90,000
3, 000, 000

720,000
720,000
2,880,000
90,000
37, 500
90, 000
2, 463, 708

720,000.00
720,000.00
2,880,000.00
90,000.00
37, 500.00
90,000.00
2, 463, 708.00

720,000
720,000
2,880,000
90,000
47,500
90,000
3,000.000

718,000
715,000
2,870,000
90,000
37,500
89,000
2, 450,000

717, 220.13
710, 921. 73
2,859,757.70
88,188.44
37, 500.00
88,592.27
2, 444, 212. 20

7, 547, 500

7,001, 208

7,001, 208.00

7, 547, 500

6,969, 500

6, 946, 392.47

° Excess of credits, deduct.
1
Appropriation titles in italics are classified as "war activities."
Includes appropriations and expenditures of Beltsville Research Center. Also appropriations from ' 'Plant industry experiment farm, Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils and
Agricultural Engineering," 1945, $56,976; 1944, $48,550.
2




A43

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued
Agricultural Research Administration—Continued.
Office of Experiment Stations—Continued.
Salaries and expenses, experiment stations:
Administration of grants and coordination of research
with States
__ _
Federal experiment station, Puerto Rico
-..

$153, 600
160, 000

$176,169
107,074

$169,036. 00
108,074.00

$150,000
150,000

$175,000
110,000

$163, 028. 40
115, 915. 84

_.

7, 861,100

7. 284, 451

7, 279,218.00

7,847, 500

7, 254, 500

7, 225, 336. 71

Bureau of Animal Industry:
Salaries and expenses:
General administrative expenses
Animal husbandry
_
.
Diseases of animals .
Eradicating tuberculosis and Bang's disease
Inspection and quarantine
.-Meat inspection
Virus Serum Toxin Act
Marketing agreements, hog cholera virus and serum
Eradication of foot-and-mouth and other contagious diseases
of animals

855,000
708,900
5,048,000
999, 600
7,800,000
243,400

195, 379
899, 500
756,939
5, 433, 232
1,118, 570
9, 359,124
279, 228

188,179.00
885,000.00
734, 959.00
5, 983, 800. 00
1,125,344.00
8,190, 898.00
264,815. 00

850,000
705.000
5,830,000
985,000
27,000
242,000
31,000

940,000
775, 000
5,850,000
1,125,000
31, 500
286,000
38, 000

759, 002.08
660,053. 28
5, 237, 564. 77
1,087, 335. 72
31,901.77
273, 281. 20
34, 852. 30

Total, Office of Experiment Stations.

Total, Bureau of Animal Industry

___

6

h

« 694. 41
15, 654,900

18,041,972

17,372,995.00

8, 670,000

9,045, 500

8, 083, 296. 71

742, 300

812,958

805, 720. 00

740,000

800,000

757, 660.00

198, 721. 00
1, 895,163. 00
273, 478. 00
257, 563. 00
263, 765. 00
1, 480,169. 00
142, 260. 00
42, 900. 00
306, 460. 00
527,125. 00

1, 960. 000
525, 000

2,170, 000
410, 000

2,127, 369. 45
285, 896. 39

230. 000
1, 550, 000

260, 000
1, 740, 000

265, 348. 26
1, 679, 845. 58

25, 000

33, 000

40, 568. 61

913,000

225, 000
1, 948, 583
436. 639
257. 563
255, 300
1, 534, 185
145. 000
31, 500
298,913
509, 373

900,000

880, 000

890,957.72
19, 847. 37

5, 233, 900

5, 642, 056

5,387,604.00

5,190,000

5,493, 000

5, 309, 833. 38

2,047,000
2, 225,800
1,027,000

160,920
400, 000
2, 221,625
2,125, 480
934,180

160, 820.00
417, 970.00
2,152,201.00
2, 093, 369.00
837,025.00

2,040,000
2,220,000
1,020,000

2, 305,000
2, 580,000
850,0C0

2,133, 037. 68
2, 502, 435.91
837, 691. 57

5, 299,800

5, 842, 205

5, 661, 385. 00

5, 280,000

5,735,000

5, 473,165.16

Control of incipient and emergency outbreaks of insect pests
and plant diseases
_

2, 700,000

2,700,000

1,000,000

2,800,000

2,366,306.12

Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry:
Salaries and expenses:
General administrative expenses
Agricultural chemical investigations
Naval stores investigations
_
Regional research laboratories
. _.

335,000
125, 000
4,000,000

82, 250
313,411
112,100
4, 244,600

102,044. 00
348, 557. 00
115,100.00
4,024,385. 00

330, 000
120,000
3,850, 000

345,000
120, 000
4,000, 000

302,165.05
83, 925. 45
3, 400. 700.65

Total, Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry

4,460,000

4,752,361

4, 560, 086. 00

4, 300, 000

4,465,000

3, 786,791.15

Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics: Salaries and
expenses

850,000

806,630

481,131. 00

820,000

775,000

452, 769. 99

Bureau of Dairy Industry: Salaries and expenses
Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils and Agricultural Engineering:
Salaries and expenses:
General administrative expenses __ __
Field crops
Agricultural engineering
Dry-land agriculture
Forest diseases
Fruit, vegetable, and specialty crops
Irrigation agriculture
National Arboretum
Plant exploration, introduction, and surveys
Soils, fertilizers, and irrigation
_.
Rubber investigations
Total, Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils and Agricultural
Engineering...
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine:
Salaries and expenses:
General administrative expenses
Japanese beetle control
Insect investigations
Insect and plant disease, control
Foreign plant quarantines

_ _ ._
_

Total, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine. _

• Excess of credits, deduct.
h
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.

602000—45




vi

1, 971, 400
528, 000
232, 700
1, 562, 000
26, 800

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

6—Continued

TABLE

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title
Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued
Agricultural Research Administration—Continued.
Miscellaneous, Agricultural Research Administration: Working
fund, Agriculture, Agricultural Research Administration
Total, Agricultural Research Administration
White pine blister rust control

$188,000

_

$44,175,200

$47,433, 389

$43,029,150. 00

$35,208, 500

38,117,000

35,014,635.12

4, 250, 000

2, 264,026

2,100,000. 00

3, 800,000

2,150,000

1,958,808. 21

542.000
17,349,100
100,000
520,900
250,000
1, 228,900
204, 600

625,000
18,325,426
100,000
593,110
288, 475
1,147, 519
240, 264

642, 670. 00
17, 561,385. 00
1, 635,000. 00
543, 519.00
287, 369. 00
1,083, 341. 00
243, 613. 00

540, 000
17, 300,000
100,000
525,000
250,000
1, 200,000
210,000

600, 000
18,000, 000
150,000
550,000
280,000
1,100,000
240,000

627, 739. 89
16, 576, 644. 53
1, 500, 491. 07
543, 931. 35
282,151. 95
1,100,167. 00
242,854. 06

21, 319, 794

21,996,897.00

20,125,000

20,920,000

20,873,979.85

_ __

Forest Service:
Salaries and expenses:
General administrative expenses
National forest protection and management.
Fighting forest fires
Forest management 3
Range investigations
. . _ _ _ _ _ _ ____ ._
Forest products
Forest resources investigations *
Total, salaries and iexpenses...
Reconstruction and repair of roads and other improvements,
national forests in California
Physical improvements emergency expenditure (N I R )
Emergency relief, Federal construction projects, transfer from
W, P. A
Emergency relief, Federal nonconstruction projects, transfer
from W. P. A
Forest-fire cooperation
___
Farm and other private forestry cooperation
Forest-fire control
Acquisition of lands for protection of watersheds of navigable
streams
__ _
Acquisition of lands for national forests
Working fund, Agriculture, Forest Service
Permanent appropriations:
Payments to States and Territories from the national forests
fund (special account)
Payment to school funds, Arizona and New Mexico, national
forests fund (indefinite)
Roads and trails for States, national forests fund (special
account)

"31.00
° 28.00
.97

6, 300, 000
781,466

6,330,000.00
771,168.00

75,000

7,300,000
732,500

7,000,000
700,000

100, 000. 00

6, 500,000
750,000

36.74
5,922,954.19
681,810.90
811,158.68

2, 500,000

452, 781. 27
16,143. 76
205,452.43

75,000

_

______

War Food Administration:
Salaries and expenses
Supply and distribution of farm labor
Extension Service:
Payment to States, Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico:
Cooperative agricultural extension work:
Capper-Ketcham extension work (act May 22,1928).
Additional extension work
Extension work, sec. 21, Bankhead-Jones Act (act
June 29, 1935)
Alaska, act of Feb. 23,1929, and act of June 20,1936
Puerto Rico, act of Aug. 28, 1937
In all, payments to States, Hawaii, Alaska, and
Puerto Rico for agricultural extension work
Salaries and expenses, Extension Service: Administration
and coordination of extension work___ ._
.__
Working fund, Agriculture, Extension Service, Agriculture
Adjustment Administration

° Excess of credits, deduct.
b
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
3
Includes appropriations and expenditures under "Forest influences."
* Includes appropriations and expenditures under "Forest economics."

3,894,000

3.894,000

2,608,870. 00

3,894,000

3,894,000

2,475,655. 44

38,476

38,476

26,888.00

38,000

38,000

26,887.91

1, 557, 000

1, 557,000

1,043, 548.00

1, 500,000

1,000,000

626, 215. 03

33, 717,476

Total, Forest Service




$171,114. 52

20,195, 500

_

Emergency rubber project

a

33,965, 736

32,877,371.00

33, 257, 000

35, 677,000

32,093, 018.17

13,048,000.00

5,200,000

6, 000,000

11,595,262. 61

30, 700, 000
20, 000,000

26, 200,000.00
30,000,000.00

5,800,000
20,000,000

IS, 300,000
30,000,000

13,865,942.33
20,156, 362.89

1,480, 000
555,000

1,480,000
555,000

1,480,000.00
555,000.00

1,480,000
555,000

1,480, 000
555,000

1,472,187.88
548,068.75

12,000,000
23, 950
140,000

12,000,000
23, 950
140,000

12,000,000.00
23, 950. bO
140,000.00

11,980,000
23,950
140,000

11,850,000
23, 950
140,000

11,871, 774. 28
23,950.00
133, 333.19

14,198, 950

14,198, 950

14,198, 950. 00

14,178,950

14,048,950

14,049, 314.10

697,900

785, 843

718,843.00

685,000

775,000

683,025. 57

b

b

( )

( )

10,000,000

•

• 260. 00

A45

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

Estimated, 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued
War Food Administration—Continued.
Extension Service—Continued.
Permanent appropriations:
Cooperative agricultural extension work...
Working fund Agriculture, Extension Service
Total, Extension Service
Commodity Credit Corporation (see table 10).
Food Production Administration:
Agricultural Adjustment Agency:
Administrative expenses, Agricultural Adjustment
Agency
Conservation and use of agricultural land resources..- ,
Parity payments (see also table 8)
__ Local administration, sec. 388, Agricultural Adjustment
Act-of 1938
Payments for agricultural adjustment
Administrative expenses, payments for agricultural
adjustment
Permanent appropriation: Advances by Secretary of the
Treasury under sec 12 (b), act May 12,1933
Allotments from N . I R , emergency expenditures
Administration of Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938
Administration of Price Adjustment Act of 1938
Retirement of cotton pool participation trust certificates _
Administration of the Cotton Act of 1934
Advances to Department of Agriculture under Tobacco
_
Act, June 28, 1934
Total, Agricultural Adjustment Agency

$4, 704, 710

$4, 704, 710

$4, 704, 710.00

$4,704,710

$4, 704, 710.

$4, 704, 710.06
165. 39

19, 601, 560

19, 689, 503

19, 622, 503.00

19,568,660

19, 528, 660

19,436,955.12

8,000,000
270,000,000

11, 200,000
300,000,000

12,126,300.07
394,847,822. 78
163,040,083. 91

22,000,000

26,300,000

28,086, 267.66
24,353. 23

-

147,000,000
(6)

« 302, 500,000

19, 926.19
« 16,788.01
° 744. 36
"6.90
« 3, 747.22
• 15. 09
• 426.00
« 60.00

147,000,000

Federal Crop Insurance Act:
Administrative and operating expenses
Subscriptions to capital stock, Federal Crop Insurance
Corporation
_
_ __

302, 500,000

(6>

Total, Soil Conservation Service
Land utilization and retirement of submarginal land
Permanent appropriations, special account:
Payments to counties from submarginal land program
Excess payments, submarginal land program
Farm Security Administration (see also table 10):
Loans, grants, and rural rehabilitation
Farm tenancy:
Salaries and expenses
Liquidation and management of resettlement projectsDevelopment of water facilities, arid and semiarid areas. _

570, 281, 000.00

3, 500, 000. 00

3, 500, 000. 00

1, 063, 000
28, 636, 800
54, 500

1, 225, 000
28, 340, 000
72, 248

1, 237, 741. 00
22, 528, 803. 00
78, 592. 00

598,122, 966. 26

926, 329. 23

300, 000

1, 070, 000
28, 650, 000
55, 000

5, 926,329. 23

1, 210, 000
27, 710, 000
75, 000

1, 245, 305. 50
23, 400, 903. 35
80, 351. 84

10,934.77
« 21. 64
145,135.13

29, 754, 300

29,637, 248

23, 845,136.00

29, 775,000

28,995,000

24,882,608.95

1,087, 300

1, 250, 000

1, 276,120. 00

1,098,000

1, 230, 000

1,397,659. 69

127, 500

243, 878

75, 280. 00
2,025.00

127, 500

243,000

75,280. 72
2,041.68

23,000, 000

26,000,000

30, 500,000.00

23,100, 000

25, 860,000

30,320,813.81

2, 500,000

1,500,000

2,450, 000

1,480,000

1,000,000

1,025,000

1, 514,070.00
421,039.00
1,025,000. 00

1,000,000

1,020,000

1,437, 238.11
412,877.82
997,450.15

° Excess of credits, deduct.
6
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
6
Includes $12,500,000 for payments on an acreage and pound basis for harvesting seeds of grasses and legumes.




337, 500,000

300, 000

300,000,000

5, 000, 000. 00

Total Federal Crop Insurance Act
Soil Conservation Service:
Salaries and expenses:
Soil conservation research
Soil conservation operations
Erosion control, Everglades region, Florida.
N. I. R., P. W. A. allotment to Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, Agricultural Conservation and
Adjustment Administration
P. W. A., act of 1938, allotment to Agriculture, Soil
Conservation Service
Working fund, Soil Conservation Service

400,000,000.00
170, 281,000.00

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
E s t i m a t e d , 1946

Estimated, 1945

$1, 300,000

A c t u a l , 1944

$5,000,000
1, 575,000

Actual, 1944

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued
War Food Administration—Continued.
Food Production Administration—Continued.
Farm Security Administration—Continued.
Loans and grants to farmers, flood and windstorm
damage
Water conservation and utilization projects
Resettlement Administration, subinarginal lands, transfer to Agriculture (N. I. R.)
Resettlement Administration, subsistence homesteads,
transfer to Agriculture (N. I. R.)
Emergency fund for the President, defense housing, temporary shelter {nation'1!, defense)
Working fund, Agriculture, Farm Security Administration
Working fund, Department of the Interior, Indians,
subsistence homesteads projects
Total, Farm Security Administration

54.55
0

138,000

1, 409. 53

206, 973. 50
7, 402.60

800

• 434.89

Marketing service:
Salaries and expenses:
Market news service. _
Market inspection of farm products
Marketing farm products.
_
Tobacco Acts
-.
Perishable Agricultural Commodities, Produce
Agency, and Standard Container Acts.Cotton Statistics, Classing, Standards, and Futures
Acts
_- United States Grain Standards Act.._
United States Warehouse Act
Federal Seed Act
_ _
Packers and Stockyards Act
Naval Stores Act
.
Insecticide Act
Commodity Exchange Act
_..
Freight rates for farm products
-.
Enforcement of 28-hour law and meat inspection
(transfer from Bureau of Animal Industry)
Agricultural production, distribution and related
activities
Working fund, Agriculture, Marketing Service - _ _ .
Working fund, Agriculture, Marketing Administration
_

$28,525,000

48,460,109.00

27,850,000

35,073,800

35,659,959. 63

205, 969,100

Food Distribution Administration:
Exportation and domestic consumption of agricultural commodities, sec. 32, act of Aug. 24, 1935:
Permanent appropriation
Administration of Sugar Act of 1937

362,156,126

647, 439,670.00

358,850,500

403,341.800

666,066,846.16

« « 113,000,000
•
48, 446, 000

6 119, 307,108
52, 510, 203

97,051, 938.00
63, 883, 060. 00

85,000,000
47,000, 000

92,000,000
52, 000, 000

96, 518, 883. 79
50, 509, 385.75

1,114, 900
474, 000
388, 000
1,000, 000

1, 271, 290
547, 679
451, 500
933, 500

1,215,938.00
546, 679. 00
440, 690.00
870, 954.00

1,115, 000
478, 000
389, 000
1, 000, 000

1, 260, 000
560, 000
449, 000
931, 000

1,141, 218. 51
556.138. 30
399,014.08
848, 938. 93

181, 600

210, 000

199, 939.00

185, 000

208, 000

172, 774. 04

1, 042, 000
741, 000
507. 000
102, 400
363, 500
30,100
186, 800
400, 000
69, 200

1, 210, 783
860, 999
533, 930
117, 700
418, 700
34, 728
215, 208
348, 797
78, 762

1, 050, 000
744, 000
510, 000
105, 000
367. 000
30, 000
188, 000
400, 000
70, 000

1, 257, 000
860, 000
533, 000
116, 000
418,000
34, 000
214. 000
368, 000
75, 000

1, 085, 459. 59
884, 790. 82
519. 706. 20
89, 853. 08
427, 257. 37
31, 601. 94
180.165.53
324. 648. 79

7,800, 000

9, 372, 000

9,102, 083. 32

1,188,
860,
531,
93,
421.
34,
192,
348,

683. 00
999. 00
541. 00
750. 00
212. 00
728 00
906. 00
581. 00

237, 894. 85
174,037.03
36.93
7, 233, 576

6, 946, 600. 00

Total, Food Distribution Administration
• Excess of credits, deduct.
b
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
• $50,000,000 made available for school, milk, and lunch program.

168,046, 500

179, 050, 887

167, 881, 598.00

14,431,000

16, 655,000

16,175, 619. 31

1,000,000

6, 600,500

Emergency supplies for Territories and possessions (national
defense)
_
_.
Foreign war relief (national defense)




$2,124,101. 62
154, 891. 89

28,000,000

Total, Food Production Administration

Total, marketing service

$15,000,000.00
$1, 500,000

1,000,000
3, 500,000

21, 582,446. 84
1,865,011.10

147, 431,000

165,155,000

186, 651, 346. 79

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 6—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—-Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title
Recommended,
1946

A c t u a l , 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued
Miscellaneous accounts:
Working fund, Agriculture, Food Distribution Administration
Working fund, Agriculture, Food Production Administration
Emergency

fund

Agriculture,

for the President,
War

Food

National

Administration_

defense,

allotment

144,126. 64

to

72, 902. 26

_ _ _ _ _

Total, miscellaneous accounts

100,000

Total, War Food Administration

_

Rural Electrification Administration (see also table 10):
Salaries and expenses
Loans and purchase of property
Working fund, Agriculture, Rural Electrification Administration
Total, Rural Electrification Administration

.

_„__

$611, 596, 516

$891,143, 771.00

$551, 650,160

636, 425, 460

906, 297,081.17

3, 400,000

3, 246, 000

2, 558,000. 00
20,000,000.00

3, 300,000
13,000, 000

3, 200,000
9, 000, 000

2, 536,017. 92
2, 203, 308.60
• 5, 545.67

22, 558, 000. 00

18, 300, 000

12, 200, 000

4, 733, 780. 85

626,321

689.259. 00
4,907, 273.00

4, 400, 000

4,900,000

« 2,000,000
425,000
• 350,000

526,000

3, 246, 000

« 2, 500,000
400,000
a
500, 000

6, 471,637. 78
• 4,005, 758. 77
4, 630. 00
• 3, 679, 448. 43
« 2,449, 458. 75
• 703,687.64

(10)

20, 337.13
• 4,150, 000
526, 000

626,321

Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation (see table 10),
Miscellaneous:
Emergency dehydration investigations
Claims judgments and private relief acts
W7orking fund, Agriculture, general
Increase of compensation
Removal and reestablishment of Arlington Farm, Va

• 1, 675, 000

a

5, 050, 000

502, 252, 736

712, 680,184

1,021, 210,442. 52

0

30, 073, 788.19

• 34,415, 536.87

2,452.95
151, 728. 90
° 216, 424. 54
• 12. 80
137, 734. 97

164,968. 52

a
Excess of credits, deduct.
' $150,000,000 authorized to be borrowed from R. F. C
8 $25,000,000 authorized to be borrowed from R. F. C.
•Indefinite amounts made available from collections, interest, and unobligated balances.
M $23,845,209 made available from collections, interest, and unobligated balances.




5, 596, 532.00

« 7, 350, 000

164,968. 52

Total, miscellaneous
Total, Department of Agriculture

119, 627. 88

$403,617,160

3, 400, 000

Farm Credit Administration:
_
_
Salaries and expenses
Farmers' crop production and harvesting loans
_
Orchard rehabilitation loans
Loans and relief in stricken agricultural areas, act of June 19,1934.
Agricultural marketing revolving fund
Loans to farmers in storm and drought-stricken areas - _
Emergency farm credit relief, revolving fund, emergency expenditures (R. F. C.)
__ _ _
_ _ _
Special deposit account:
Regional Agricultural Credit corporations, emergency expenditures (R. F. C.)
Total, Farm Credit Administration

•$97,401.02

$100,000

75, 479. 48
2, 057, 065, 660

2,180, 722, 993

3,012, 240, 731.15

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 6—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946,1945, and 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS

EXPENDITURES

Organization unit and appropriation title J
Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

$595,800.00
88,090.00
140,000.00
494, 000.00

$573,000

$607,000
80,000
30,000
615,000

$599,155.20
56,104.61
120,159.82
455,142.50

125,000.00

80,000
30,000
470,000

100, 000
50,000
200,000
46,000
1, 789, 000
25,000

110,245.82

Actual, 1944

Actual, 1944

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
( Exclusive of amounts carried under General Public Works
Program)
Office of the Secretary:
Salaried
_.
Contingent expenses
Traveling expenses. __
Printing and binding
Salaries and expenses, National Inventors' Council Service staff
(national defense)
Working capital fund. _
Cost of handling penalty mail
Working fund
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Defense aid, administrative expenses
Administrative expenses (N. I. R.)Foreign-service pay adjustment
Loan Agencies (Commerce) (see table 10):
Reconstruction Finance Corporation (see also table 10):
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Defense aid (lend-lease)
Electric Home and Farm Authority (special account).-.
Total, Office of the Secretary.

$576,000

$620,000
69,000

800,000

515, 000

85,000

125,000
100, 000
286, 750

485,000

8,000

» 1,009,850. 84
576, 521.98
«6.21

1, 715, 750

165,000
a 5, 500, 000

1, 442,800.00

1,811,000

9, 573,400

1, 465, 844.95

250, 000.00
= 3,175, 680.00

152,000
11,082,000

169,000
5.405,000
7, 707,000
250,000

231.572.79
3, 057, 962. 86
» 3,156. 78
214, 819.95
101,945. 33

11,234,000

13, 531, 000

3, 603,144.15

2, 725,000
13, 000, 000
23,900, 000
650,000
3,110,000
577, 000
60,000
575,000
26, 000, 000
400, 000
750,000

2, 300, 000
10,000,000
24,113, 000
785, 000
3, 253, 000
3, 500, 000
500, 000
561, 000
79, 656, 000

2,265,479.16
9,126,883. 45
22, 646, 834. 34
864, 267. 68
3, 219, 654.44
28,451,025. 34
530,891. 51
109, 327,942. 51

25, 000

151,000
11,250,000

175,000
5,000, 000

12, 346. 58
39, 458. 29
26, 275. 25
8,928, 416. 00

7, 250,000

650,000.00

11, 401, 000

12,915,000

4, 075,680. 00

2, 728, 000
9,827, 000
24, 300, 000
613, 000
3,112, 000

Total, Bureau of the Census

1,400

« 73, 623. 70
598, 760. 44
32, 779.81
53. 65
401.87

6,030,000

1,946,000

Bureau of the Census:
Salaries and expenses, Social Security Act
Salaries and expenses
Expenses of the Sixteenth and other censuses..
.*.
__
Census of agriculture
Working fund

650,000

2, 666, 718
* 4,067,860
24, 475,163
680,000
3, 332, 737
(*)

1,945, 000. 00
» 4, 797, 000. 00
23, 387, 700. 00
612, 000.00
2, 743, 200. 00
h
29, 400, 000. 00

582, 000

559, 000

558, 000. 00

Office of Administrator of Civil Aeronautics:

General administration
Establishment of air-navigation facilities
Maintenance of air-navigation facilities
Technical development
Enforcement of safety regulations
Civilian pilot training (national defense) *_...
Expense of liquidation, war training service

Maintenance and operation, Washington National Airport
Development of landing areas for national defense

3

Airport advisory service
Maintenance and operation of aircraft
Emergency expenditures (P. W. A.)
Emergency expenditures (N. I. R.) _

425, 000
900, 000

Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Working fund, Civil Aeronautics
Total, Office of Administrator of Civil Aeronautics

42, 487,000

35, 781, 478

63, 442, 900. 00

71, 772,000

129, 843,000

185, 439, 474. 55

< 1, 700, 000
25, 000

* 1, 503, 423
21, 800

1, 301,000.00
12,000. 00

1, 675, 000
24, 000

1.497,000
21,000

1, 291,044.03
21, 206. 89

1, 725,000

1, 525, 223

1, 313,000.00

1, 699, 000

1, 518, 000

1, 312, 250.92

Civil Aeronautics Board:

Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
Total, Civil Aeronautics Board__

° Excess of credit s, deduct.
b
Excludes reappropriations as shown in table 7.
1
Appropriation titles in italics are classified as "war activities."
2
Includes $1,200,000 for 1945 and $558,680 for 1944 transferred from "Foreign trade statistics, Bureau of the Census."
• Because of possible material changes in war conditions, the detailed schedule of obligations will be submitted to the Congress as a part of a supplementary budget in the spring
of 1945. Consequently the estimated expenditures are tentative.
4
Includes $4,466 in 1946 and $3,423 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail."




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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

EXPENDITURES

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

$2, 235,000
2,900,000
850,000

$2, 945,000
2,100, 000
777,000

200,000

Actual, 1945

1, 000,000

Actual, 1944

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE—Continued
Coast and Geodetic Survey:
Aeronautical charts
Salaries and expenses, departmental
Salaries and expenses,
field
__
Pay and allowances, commissioned officers
Construction of vessels
Working fund, special fund
Working fund
Emergency relief:
Administrative expenses
Federal nonconstruction projects
Plannin g and review of W P A projects

_ __

$1,150,000
«1,876,000
6 2, 057,000
820,000

$1,073,000.00
«1,515,000.00
6 1,888,000.00
790, 000. 00

$575, 875.12
1, 372, 259. 63
1, 948,428. 47
785, 584. 35
22, 233. 69
9,978.11
805, 983. 54
• 13.81
«8.03
159.30

Total, Coast and Geodetic Survey
Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce:
_
Salaries and expenses _
Field office service
Defense aid, administrative expenses « _
Emergency relief:
Administrative expenses (W P A.)
Federal nonconstruction projects (W. P . A.)
Working fund

.$2,418,000
3, 200,000
895,000

6, 513,000

_.

5,903,000

5, 266,000.00

6,185,000

6,822, 000

5, 520, 480. 37

2,000,000
445, 000

1, 550,000
355,000

1,459,000. 00
336,800.00

2,000,000
445,000

1, 550,000
355,000

1,435,480. 39
335, 410. 95
183,900.16

__ _

100, 000

Total, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce

307.15
27, 597. 24
« 97,155. 57

2,445,000

1,905,000

1,795,800.00

2,445,000

2,005,000

1,885, 540. 32

4,125,000
275,000
125,000
800,000

4,006,200
305,000
122, 500
750,000

3,960,000.00
225,000.00
65,000.00
800,000.00

4,125,000
275,000
125,000
800,000

4,000,000
305,000
120,000
750,000

3,940,454.79
212,889. 51
34,758.71
628,154. 35
500.00

5,325,000

5,183,700

5,050,000.00

5,325, 000

5,175,000

4,816,757.36

National Bureau of Standards:
Operation and administration
Testing, inspection, and information service
Research and development _
Standards for commerce
Workin0" fund commerce standards

469,000
1,135,000
1, 325,000
198,000

518,000
1, 235, 000
1,145,000
226,000

504,000.00
1,170, 000. 00
928,900. 00
221,700. 00

476,000
1, 340,000
1, 330,000
198,000
1, 000,000

523,000
1,465,000
1,125,000
220,000
2, 500,000

519,447.80
1, 211, 344.12
929, 844.96
231, 759. 93
1,161, 719. 27

Total, National Bureau of Standards

3,127,000

3,124, 000

2,824, 600. 00

4, 344,000

5,833, 000

1, 730, 677. 54

11,960, 000

13,020, 000

11, 525, 000. 00

12,000,000

12, 738,000

11,165, 536. 40
• 75,892. 38

11, 960,000

13,020,000

11, 525,000. 00

12,000,000

12, 738, 000

11,089,644.02

Patent Office:
Salaries >
Photolithographing
Miscellaneous expenses
Printing and binding
Working fund
Total, Patent Office

Weather Bureau:
Salaries and expenses
Working fund
Total, Weather Bureau .

. _.

Miscellaneous:
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts
Increase of compensation

46, 372.12

* Excess of credits, deduct.
Includes appropriations as follows:
Salaries, office force 1945, $1,429,000; 1944, $1,215,000.
Office expenses 1945, $447,000; 1944, $300,000.
6
Includes appropriations as follows:
Coastal surveys 1945, $612,000; 1944, $511,000.
Magnetic and seismological work 1945, $115,000; 1944, $92,000.
Geodetic control surveys 1945, $470,000; 1944, $420,000.
Repair of vessels 1945, $100,000; 1944, $85,000.
P a y of officers and men, vessels, 1945, $760,000; 1944, $780,000

8




86, 929, 000

81,073,151

52,164. 98
"1.33

46,372.12

Total, miscellaneous
Total, Department of Commerce

a

52,163. 65

96, 782,152.12

116,815,000

387,038,400

216,915,977.83

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TABLE

6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title l

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E INTERIOR
(Exclusive of amounts carried under General Public Works Program)
Office of the Secretary:
Salaries, Office oi the Secretary
Salaries, Office of the Solicitor
Salaries, Division of Territories and Island Possessions
Expenses, Division of Territories and Island Possessions
Salaries and expenses, Division of Investigations.
Salaries and expenses, Petroleum Conservation Division...
Salaries and expenses, Division of Geography.
Bituminous Coal Division:
Administrative expenses
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Soil and moisture conservation operations
Fire protection of forests, forest industries, and strategic facilities
(national defense)
Payment of awards, war minerals claims
Development of Alaska
Protection of mineral resources and facilities, including petroleum
(national defense)
Contingent expenses, Department of the Interior
Cost of handling penalty mail.
.
Printing and binding, Department of the Interior
Foreign-service pay adjustment
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Working fund, Interior, United States Board on Geographical
Names.
Working fund, Office of the Secretary
_
Working fund, Interior, Office of Land Utilization
.

Total, Office of the Secretary..
Commission of Fine Arts
United States High Commissioner to Philippine Islands_
Office of Fishery Coordination:
Salaries and expenses
Solid Fuels Administration for War:
Salaries and expenses (national defense)
Emergency fund for the President, national defense.

Total, Solid Fuels Administration for War.
Southwestern Power Administration:
Salaries and expenses
National Industrial Recovery, Public Works Administration,
Allotment to Interior, Southwestern Power Administration, _.
Public Works Administration, Act of 1938
Permanent appropriation: Emergency expenses (special accounts)
_

Total, Southwestern Power Administration-

., 148,320
220,700
155,000

, 222, 420
224.843
129, 662

$1,212,015.00
217, 500. 00
127,420.00

$1,148,000
220,000
155,000

., 221,000
223,000
129,000

209,000
70,000

200,000

235,000. 00

209,000
60,000

198,000

$1,215,120.95
226, 658. 57
128,126. 21
63.95
° 20. 76
190, 497. 88

683, 655. 67
a
115. 79
1, 293, 989.11

1, 500, 000

1, 200,000

1,333,200.00

1, 500,000

1,190,000

525,000
54, 775

530,000.00

100,000

507,000
54,000

1,072,600

221, 500
350,000

564,637.47

1,000,000

2164,500
259,000
200,000

2160,500.00

225,000
350,000

217,500.00

173,000
200,000
200,000
1,000
1,892,100

18, 559. 51
a 180,002.25
198,661.43
422.06
* 5,462, 598,80
« 60,889.87
53,837.86
« 61,317.17

4,947,120

4,180,200

4,033,135.00

4,967,000

5,988,100

»830,709.47

10,000
296, 000

7,810
110,160

8, 650. 00
108,050. 00

10, 000
275, 000

8,000
175,000

8, 788. 71
64, 594. 85

225,000

290,000

175,000.00

234,000

280,000

88, 390.47

3, 500,000

4,669,200

3,125,000.00

3,475, C O
O

3,650,0C0

1,971, 684.67
4,492. 70

3, 500,000

4,669, 200

3,125,000.00

3,475,000

3,650,000

1,976,177. 37

110,000

140,000

135,000.00

120,000

110,000

58,076. 91

248,000
250,000

755, 727.11

250,000
100, 000
o, 000

240,000

135,000.00

370,000

608,000

813,804. 02

1,485,200
200,000
8,500

1,017, 740
115,000
8,500

978,700.00
83,000.00
9,000.00

1,485,200
200,000
8,500

1,130,000
112, 000
8,000
190,000

979, 077.70
89,416. 77
5, 854. 21
a
198, 543. 42

550, 000

550,000

494, 701.13

550,000

406,000

489,124.07

2,243,700

1,691, 240

1,565,401.13

2,243,700

1.846,000

1, 364,929.33

Grazing Service:

Salaries and expenses.
Range improvements
Leasing of grazing lands
Working fund
Permanent appropriation: Payments to States from receipts
under Grazing Act
Total, Grazing Service.
o

"Excess of credits, deduct.
Appropriation titles in italics are classified as "war activities."
Includes transfers of appropriations from "Library" $500 for 1945 and $500 for 1944.
3
Includes $441 transferred from appropriation "Library."
1
2




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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

$24,500,000

$35,868,000

$34,360,497.43
• 40,876.66
131,816. 73

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR—Continued
War Relocation Authority:
_
_
_
Salaries and expenses l
Emergency fund for the President, national defense.
Working fund
______
Claims, judgments, and private relief ads
Total, War Relocation Authority „
General Land Office:
Salaries
General expenses
Surveying public lands
Salaries and expenses, branch of field examination
Salaries and expenses of land offices
Forest management and protection, public domain, Alaska
_
Contingent expenses of land offices
Payments to States of 5 percent of proceeds from sales of public
lands (receipt limitation)
Revested Oregon & California R. R. and reconveyed Coos Bay
Wagon Road grant lands, Oregon (reimbursable)
Range improvements outside of grazing districts (receipt limitation)
-.
Payments to Oklahoma from royalties, oil and gas, south half of
___.
Red River (receipt limitation)
Payment to Department of Forestry, Oregon, and others
_.
Fire protection and timber management, public domain, continental United States
_.__
_
._
Surveys and investigations
,,.
...__
- ..
Permanent appropriations:
Payment to counties, Oregon and California land-grant fund.
Payments to Coos and Douglas Counties, Oreg., in lieu of
taxes on Coos Bay Wagon Road grant lands
Payments to States from receipts under Mineral Leasing
Act of Feb. 25, 1920
Payments to States from potash deposits, royalties, and
rentals, act of Feb. 7, 1927
Excess payments, Coos Bay Wagon Road grant lands
_.
Excess payments, Oregon & California grant lands
_..
Total, General Land Office..
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Salaries and general expenses:
Salaries
_
—
General expenses
Pay of judges, Indian courts
_
__
Purchase and transportation of Indian supplies
Maintaininc. law and order on Indian reservations
Indian agency buildings
Expenses of organizing Indian corporations, etc..
Emergency fund for ihe President, national defense
Indian lands:
Purchase of land for Navajo Indians, Arizona
Acquisition of lands for Indian tribes
Payments to Indians et al., act of June 11, 1940
Purchase of improvements on lands, Havasupai Indian
Reservation, Arizona
Redemption of restricted property subjected to taxation-.. _
Industrial assistance and advancement:
Administration of Indian forests and range resources *
Suppressing forest fires on Indian reservations.-.
Supervising mining operations on leased Indian lands
Agriculture and stock raising among Indians. _
Industry among Indians
_
Revolving fund for loans to Indians and Indian corporationsNational Indian Institute
Development of Indian arts and crafts
Suppressing contagious diseases of livestock on Indian reservations
Development of water supply

$25,000,000

$39,000,000

$48,170,000.00

42.52
25,000,000

39,000,000

48,170, 042. 52

24, 500, 000

35,868, 000

34, 451, 437. 50

765,500
31,000
500,000
363,000
237,000
175,000

870,000
20,000
500,000
370,000
269,000
33,900

851,300.00
18,000. 00
524,000. 00
345,000. 00
259, 500. 00
32,000.00

765,000
30,000
498,000
361,000
235,000
150,000

845,000
20,000
495,000
365,000
265,000
33,000

834,149. 58
8, 730. 82
489, 307.14
325,896. 20
249, 392. 69
31,050.10
a

5. 99

2,500

2,500

2, 500. 00

2,500

2,500

2,444.05

317, 500

300,000

285,000. 00

316,000

295,000

262, 249.35

50,000

45,000

36, 550.00

50,000

40,000

28,019. 28

3,000

3,000
4,852

3,000. 00

3,000

3,000
4,800

8, 586. 88

150,000
150,000

175,000
160,000
800,000

800,000

1, 322,369.00

800, 000

800,000

950,423. 47

26, 000

26,000

17, 380. 00

26,000

26,000

17,380. 44

4, 500,000

4, 500,000

3,806,135. 00

4, 500,000

4, 500,000

2,689,448.18

225,000
1,000
25, 000

225,000
1,000
25,000

200,619.00

225,000
1,000
25,000

225,000
1,000
25,000

338, 574. 83

8,356, 500

7,995, 252

7,708,353.00

8,287,500

7,945,300

6,247,892.97

836,870
95,480

798,175
41,800

767,800.00
50,000. 0Q

835,000
88,000

780,000
36,000

790, 000
291, 500
200, 000

790,000
321, 000
182,000

790, 000. 00
293,000. 00
175,000. 00

780,000
280,000
195,000

800,000
305,000
175,000

755,463.84
43.417.11
«7.50
768,865. 00
286,443.14
149,932. 47
1,495. 82

10,000

190,000

20,000
5,000

35,000
10,000

125.00
147, 275. 43
26,444.01

5,000
3,000

6,000
2,500

434. 54

632, 700.00
12, 000. 00
85, 000. 00
700, 000. 00

875,000
11, 000
95,000
688, 000

609,000
11, 000
85, 000
685, 000
400, 000

582, 333. 91
11, 972. 30
84,423.13
688, 702. 40
48,125. 70
439,173. 90

27, 000

20, 985. 81

32, 000
98, 000

13, 586.08
94, 539.19

5,000. 00

45,000.00
11,100

891, 200
12, 000
95, 000
680, 800

679,000
12, 000
85, 000
681, 000

500, 000
20, 500
37, 000

29, 000

28, 700. 00

435, 000
18, 000
35, 000

95, 000

100, 000

100, 000. 00

20, 000
96, 000

• Excess of credits, deduct.
b
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
«Includes appropriations and expenditures from "Administration of Indian forests" and "Expenses, sale of timber (reimbursable)."




12, 245.95

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 6—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title
Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

$307,000
320,000
87,000
11,000
600
900
6,000
56,000
19,000
14, 500
30,000
275,000
2,000
51,000

$213,408.08
318, 776. 67
23,206.67
11,084.92
367.11
985. 71
5,890. 72
56, 537.48
16,197.14
11,843.66
21, 735. 78
244,666. 64
1,817.11
50,887.05

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR—Continued
Bureau of Indian Affairs—Continued.
Irrigation and drainage:
Irrigation, Indian reservations, miscellaneous projects
_.
Gila River Reservation, Arizona (San Carlos project)
Colorado River Reservation, Arizona
Yuma reclamation project, Arizona and California
Walker River Reservation, Nevada
Pala and Rincon Reservation, California
Southern Ute Reservation, Colorado
Fort Hall system, Idaho
Fort Belknap Reservation, Montana
Fort Peck Reservation, Montana
Blackfeet irrigation project, Montana
Flathead Reservation, Montana
Colville Reservation, Washington
Crow Reservation, Montana...
Payments to Tongue River Water Users Association, Montana (reimbursable)
Paiute Indian lands, Newlands project, Nevada
Maintenance, Fruitlands irrigation project, Navajo Reservation, New Mexico
Operation and maintenance, Indian lands, Middle Rio
Grande Conservancy District, New Mexico
Miscellaneous projects, Klamath Reservation, Oregon
Maintenance, irrigation system, Uintah Reservation, Utah..
Maintenance assessments, Uintah Indian irrigation project,
Utah....
Wapato project, Yakima Reservation, Washington
__
Purchase of water, Yakima Reservation, Washington
Maintenance of reservoirs, Yakima Reservation, Washington.
Irrigation charges, Wapato project, Washington (receipt
limitation)
_.
Wind River Reservation and ceded lands, Wyoming
Protection of projects works (national dejense)
Lummi irrigation project, Washington
Education:
Indian school support
Loans to Indians for education (reimbursable)
Indian school buildings
Indian boarding schools (nonreservation)
Indian schools, Five Civilized Tribes
Education of natives of Alaska
Conservation of health:
Conservation of health among Indians
Medical relief of natives of Alaska
General support and administration:
Administration of Indian property
Support and rehabilitation of needy Indians
Reindeer Service, Alaska
Payment to Claude R. Whitlock
Roads and bridges: Gallup-Shiprock Highway, Navajo Reservation, New Mexico, repairs and maintenance
Annuities and per capita payments:
Fulfilling treaties with Senecas of New York
Fulfilling treaties with Six Nations of New York
Fulfilling treaties with Choctaws, Oklahoma
Fulfilling treaties with Pawnees, Oklahoma
..Payment to Indians of Sioux reservations
Payment of interest on Indian trust funds
Working fund, Interior, Indians
Relief of claimants for damages, etc., Fort Hall irrigation project,
Idaho.
_
Indian Service supply account
Public Works Administration, allotments to Interior, Indians
Total, Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Bureau of Reclamation:
Reclamation fund—special fund:
General offices and other undistributed items.
• Excess of credits, deduct.




$306,100
351,500
86,150
11, 500

$346, 630
345, 780
89, 600
11, 500

$297,250.00
374, 700.00
31, 995. 00
11, 500.00

71,850
16, 500
16, 300
25,300
255,000

56,000
18,180
14, 640
29,655
278, 850

55, 925.00
17, 900.00
14,335.00
24,925.00
261, 890.00

49,000

53, 900

53,210.00

$267, 000
325,000
85, 000
11,000
600
900
6,500
72,000
17,000
16, 000
26,000
260,000
2,500
47,000

9,750
8,446

9,750
8,446

9, 750. 00
10, 950.00

9,750
8,500

9,750
7,500

9,750.00
4, 589. 58

2,000

2,000

1, 767. 78

5,086
6,575
65,000

5,086
7,690
65, 750

5,086.00
6,910. 00
65, 250.00

5,000
6,500
63, 500

5,000
7,500
64,000

5,934.27
6,039. 94
57,937.02

1,000
187, 600
20,000
11,000

1,000
216,0C0
20,000
11,000

1,000.00
183,490.00
20,000.00
11,000.00

1,000
186,000
20,000
11, COO

1,000
211,000
20,000
11,000

195, 362.43
20,000.00
11,000.00

56,800
35,000

55,000.00
70,000.00

1,500

55,500
25,000
1,500

40, 716.81
62, 870.11
1,103.67

336, 750
52,000

330,000
51,000

5, 559,000
25,000
320,000
2,434,500
355,000
1,482,250

6,066,940
25,000
320,000
2,627,620
375,000
1,444,250

6,124,665.00
55,000, 00
340,000.00
2, 597,440.00
378, 745.00
1,363,800.00

5, 600,000
25,000
300,000
2,250,000
325,000
1,300,000

6,475,000
25,000
325,000
2, 575,000
350,000
1,300,000

5, 916, 231.83
18, 592.87
272,413.80
2,557,300. 77
514,367.06
1,189, 538. 22

5,315,000
866, 500

5,734,135
891, 700

5,657,300.00
633,200.00

5,400,000
900,000

5,800,000
800,000

5,326, 527.48
591,106.10

3,115,150
739, 700
85,800

3,202,700
500,000
85, 650
2,382

3,140,000.00
700,000.00
90,200.00

3,000,000
740,000
100,000

3,100,000
500,000
85,000

3,004,283. 20
775, 712. 63
68, 628.16

20,000

20,000

20,000. 00

20,000

20,000

25,015. 37

6,000
4,500
10, 520
30,000
150,000
725,000

6,000
4,500
10, 520
30,000
150,000
725,000

6,000.00
4, 500.00
10, 520.00
30,000.00
175,000.00
725, 000. 00

6,000
4,500
10, 500
30,000
150,000
725, 000

6,000
4,500
10, 500
30,000
150,000
725,000
280,000

5,988. 67
1, 777.36
10, 607.33
30,000.00
182,807. 73
810,004. 52
2,696,580.81
847. 00
< 62, 594.99
*
2, 206. 22

27,681,677

27, 632, 729

27, 312, 636. 00

27, 212, 250

28, 448, 250

29,496,149. 77

85,760.57

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946 Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR—Continued
Bureau of Reclamation—Continued.
Reclamation fund—special fund—Continued.
Operation and maintenance:
Parker Dam power project, Arizona-California
Yuma project, Arizona-California
_
Central Valley project, California. _
_
Colorado-Big Thompson project, Colorado
Boise project, Idaho
Minidoka project, Idaho
North Platte project, Nebraska-Wyoming
Rio Grande project, New Mexico-Texas
Owyhee project, Oregon
Klamath project, Oregon-California
Columbia Basin project, Washington
Yakima project, Washington
Kendrick project, Wyoming
Riverton project, Wyoming
Shoshone project, Wyoming
Protection of project works (national defense)
Continuing fund for emergency expenses, Fort Peck project,
Montana (special account)
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Emergency relief, Interior, Reclamation:
Grants to States, etc., 1935-43
Irrigation, etc., reimbursable, 1935-42..
Public buildings, parks, utilities, flood control, etc., 1938-43..
National industrial recovery, Interior, Reclamation, reimbursable, 1933-44
Public Works Administration, act of 1938, allotment to Interior,
Reclamation, 1938-44
Working fund, Interior, Reclamation
Total, Bureau of Reclamation*..
Geological Survey:
Geological Survey:
Salaries
Topographic surveys
Geologic surveys
Strategic and critical minerals (national defense)
Mineral resources of Alaska
Gaging streams
Classification of lands
Printing and binding, etc
Mineral leasing..
Cooperative advance
Emergency fund for the President, national defense..
Working fund, Interior, Geological Survey
Permanent appropriation: Payments from proceeds of sale of
water
Total, Geological Survey..
Bureau of Mines:
Salaries and expenses
Operating rescue cars and stations and investigation of accidents..
Coal-mine inspections and investigations
Salaries and expenses, enforcement of Federal explosives act (na
tional defense)
Proiection of mineral resources and facilities (national defense)
Testing fuel.
Experimental plant for synthesis of motor fuel, Pittsburgh, Pa._.
Anthracite investigations
_
_
Synthetic liquid fuels
Mineral mining investigations
Oil and gas investigations
.
Purchase of land, etc.. Bartlesville, Okla
Expenses, mining experiment stations
_
Care, etc., buildings and grounds, Pittsburgh, Pa_
Protection of experimental coal-mine property from mine fire
Economics of mineral industries
• Excess of credits, deduct.




$67,500

$80,200.00

106,000
16, 500

99,000
16, 500

102,000.00
16,500 00

160,000
126,000

90, 000
189, 000
126,000

90,000. 00
186,000.00
130,000.00

243, 500

275,000

271,800. 00

70,000
14,800

70,000
18,000

70,000.00
18, 500. 00
680, 000. 00

$400,000
95,000
400,000
130,000
100,000
75,000
95,000
80,000
155,000
120,000
900,000
270,000
140,000
115,000
65, 000

$365,000
85,000
350,000
130,000
100,000
75,000
100,000
155,000
190,000
120,000
900, 000
310,000
130,000
115,000
70, 000

$425,440.83
83,431.29

200,000

$67, 500

220,000

69,468.25
2.20

56, 414.21
90,131.80
102,492.86
79,087. 70
95,774.46
176,932.44
86,298. 63
631,654.91
246,951. 58
104, 605.47
97,133.12
46,413.80
557,042.99

747.43
288.86
25,467.42
2, 714.00

45,000
804,300

252,000
3,075,000
1,187, 500
325,000
157, 500
1,895,800
213,400
418, 500
475, 500
400, 000

951,000

240,490
1,180, 360
1,337,970
665,000
177,000
1, 590,000
240,000
350, 340
557, 000
400, 000

50,000
25,000

92.78
54,382. 95

1, 645,000. 00

3, 385,000

3, 490,000

3,118,730. 55

208, 770.00
680,000.00
1,293,500.00
692,000.00
170,000.00
1,437,700.00
225,000.00
345, 525.00
524, 000. 00
400, 000. 00

252,000
3,000,000
1,185,000
350,000
155,000
1,890,000
210,000
410,000
475, 000

240,000
1,125,000
1,350,000
700,000
175,000
1,575,000
260,000
365,000
555,000

226,606.75
719,372.97
1,333,319. 92
637,971.68
167,910.11
1, 506,147. 91
185,003.73
389,544.68
486,824.86
°8.75
• 11,857. 39

300

300

446. 00

8,400, 500

6,738, 460

5, 976,941. 00

180,400
764,000
985,000

76,165
797, 595
1,024,480

454,800
341, 000

575,000
250,000
439, 825

66,000
13,000,000
382, 700
583,000

81,000
5, 000,000
435,000
657, 640

862, 200
143,450

922, 000
160,000

540, 000

575, 000

7, 927, 000

6, 345,000

5, 640,836. 47

75,265.00
735, 700.00
817,880.00

180,000
760,000
980,000

70,000
787,000
995,000

64, 561.39
728,790.27
818,139.66

565,000.00
400,000.00
415,000.00

450,000

568,000
250,000
453,000

599,119. 74
376,847.54
416, 089.32
13,675.15

440,000.00
568, 380.00
30,000 00
629,500.00
138,800.00
45, 000. 00
571, 650.00

340,000
75,000
10,000,000
395,000
590,000
1, 010,000
140,000
550,000

70,000
3,500,000
440,000
650, 000
29,000
800, 000
160, 000
40, 000
560,000

402, 368.15
603, 486. 70
574.84
513,552.91
138, 708.23
1,021.69

524,358.75,

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE

6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES

]

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

$3,000,000

$3,650,000
265,000

Actual, 1944

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR—Continued
Bureau of Mines—Continued.
Investigation of raw-material resources for steel production (national
defense)*
_
Construction and equipment of electrodevelopment laboratory.
Helium plants and investigations (national defense)-.
Construction and equipment of helium plants (national defense)
Manganese beneficiation pilot plants and research (national defense),
Production of alumina from low-grade bauxite, aluminum clays, and
alunite (national defense)
_
_
Investigation of bauxite and alunite ores and aluminum clay deposits,
(national defense)
Beneftciation of chromite and production of electrolytic chromium
(nationaldefense)
_._,
Magnesium pilot plants and research (national defense)_
Reduction of zinc con centrates with methane gas (national defense) _ .
Investigation of deposits of critical and essential minerals in the
United States and its possessions (national defense)
Drainage tunnel, Leadville, Colo, (national dtfewe). _ _ __
Development of processes for recovery of waste metals (national defense) _
_ .__
Investigation and research, etc., trona and Wyomingite rock (national
defense)
Helium production
____
Helium utilization and research
Working fund, Interior, Mines

__

$2,795,000

$3,250,000

$2,400,000.00
(6)

750,000

900,000.00

1,250,000
515, 000

1,900, 000
820,000

$1,855, 257.81
198,359.02
1,999.57
8,050,985.28
811, 547.55

785,000

590,000.00

725,000

850,000

662, 317.81

1,860,000

1,860,000.00

770,000

1,600,000

1, 653, 827. 50

400,000

600,000

375,000.00

425, 000
80, 000

600, 000
100, 000

5, 372.43
342, 507. 40
51, 543. 80

2, 500,000

2, 900,000

3,900,000.00
1, 400, 000.00

2, 900, 000

3, 310, 000
1,100,000

3, 329, 560.37
266, 224. 39

60, 000

10, 978. 59

1, 550,000

3,901.46
966,416. 42

( b)

(h)

(l)
475, 000
675,000
500,000

(b)

(b)

(b)

75, 000. 00

(b)

80,000

1,400,000
75,000

__

250,000

» 206, 551.13
2,111.70

Emergency fund for the President, national defense

Permanent appropriation: Development and operation of
helium properties
_

95,000

95,000

129,477. 00

95,000

75,000

43, 979. 98

25, 822, 550

21,233, 705

17,061,652. 00

26, 705, 000

25, 502,000

23, 251,634. 29

507, 875
431,165
Salaries
-_~
Regional offices
___
_
_
676,925
262,000
1,912,000
National parks
2, 228, 500
_
_
429,800
National monuments
328,435
170,000
National historical parks and monuments
171,820
National military parks, battlefields, monuments, and
cemeteries
273,000
441,000
Boulder Dam national recreational area, Arizona and
Nevada
70,000
74, 700
Emergency reconstruction and fighting forest fires
30,000
32,600
Forest protection and fire prevention
217,800
187,590
Emergency relief, Interior, National Park Service:
Federal construction projects, transfer from Work Projects
Administration
Federal nonconstruction projects, transfer from Work
Projects Administration...
Planning and review of Work Projects Administration
projects, transfer from Work Projects Administration
National Industrial Recovery, Interior, National Park Service
Mount Rushmore National Memorial Commission
Arlington Memorial Bridge Commission _ _. .
Roads and trails, national parks, emergency construction
Historic sites and buildings _ _ _
_
. __ _
_ _
Investigation and purchase of water rights
Development of grounds, Thomas Jefferson Memorial
Working fund, Interior, National Park Service
Travel Bureau
. . .
National Industrial Recovery, Public Works Administration,
allotment to Interior, National Park Service.
_,.
_
_
National Industrial Recovery, Interior, national parks, roads
and trails, act June 16, 1933.
Public Works Administration, allotment to Interior, National
Park Service
_
_
_
Water rights
(6)
• Excess of credits, deduct.
6
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
8
Includes appropriations and expenditures under "gaseous and solid fuel reduction of iron ores."

415, 500. 00
211,110.00
2,134, 200.00
300,000.00
177,500.00

500,000
654,000
1,900,000
430,000
170,000

430,000
258,000
2,216, 000
328,000
173,000

395, 998. 48
216,037.01
2,134,073. 10
280,124.82
171,560.48

440,000.00

277,000

398,000

409,603. 58

75,000.00
30,000.00
182,000.00

70,000
30,000
220,000

70,000
28,000
183,000

71,628.60
31,374.11
148,482.25

Total, Bureau of Mines
National Park Service:




194.23
« 525.00

145, 000

12,000

13, 000

40, 000

544. 30
- 3,742.20
54. 62
12,584.38
'• 9, 345. 94
818.76
15,454.12
M . 00
16,177.76
47.34
16.291.03
• 2, 467. 50
24, 231. 91

(b)

A55

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

$165,000.00

$128,000

$144,000

$167,131.17

433,250.00

50,000
525,000

2,500
27,000
440,000
2,500

6,012. 37
10, 214.28
576, 476. 62

Actual, 1944

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR—Continued
National Park Service—Continued.
....
.
Recreational demonstration areas
Recreational resources of Denison Dam and Reservoir project,
Texas and Oklahoma
Acquisition of lands for Great Smoky Mountains.
Salaries and expenses, National Capital Parks
_
Purchase of lands

$125,000

550,000

$133,000

450,000

3, 506.11
» 6,030.18

Emergency fund for the President, national defense..
Working fund, special fund

Total, National Park Service..
Fish and Wildlife Service:
Salaries and expenses:
General administrative expenses
Propagation of food fishes
Operation and maintenance offish screens
_
Investigations respecting food fishes
Fishery industries
.Fishery Market Newsservice
Alaska
fisheries
__
Enforcement of Black Bass and Whaling Treaty Acts
Fur-resources investigations
Biological investigations
Control of predatory animal? and injurious rodents
Protection of migratory birds
Enforcement of Alaska game laws
Maintenance of mammal and bird reservations...
_.
Migratory bird conservation refuges
Migratory bird conservation fund (receipt limitation)
Federal aid in wildlife restoration

4,962,400

4,740,810

4,563, 560.00

4,966,000

4,898,000

4,688,506. 61

213,600
1,194,500
30,000
511,800
313,000
105, 700
650,000
18,000
143,000
198,500
875,000
312,400
147,000
687,400
99,000
» 1,000,000
1,250.000

200,000
1,106, 278
11,350
562, 500
317, 540
99, 260
536,000
13,850
126,150
193,715
865,000
334,900
150,000
b
610, 675
58,330
» 1,000,000
900,000

197,000. 00
975,000. 00
11, 350.00
494,000.00
323, 540.00
92,000.00
529, 500.00
13,800.00
129,000.00
200,000.00
850,000. 00
337,000 00
155,000 00
650,000. 00
55,300.00
» 1,205,671. 00
1,000,000.00

205,000
1,150, 000
25,000
500,000
300,000
100,000
640, 000
15,000
130,000
185,000
870,000
315,000
135,000
675,000
100,000
1,400,000
1,300,000

195,000
1,100, 000
10,000
540,000
310,000
95,000
559,000
13,000
120,000
185,000
859,000
320,000
132,000
650,000
52,000
1,400,000
1,300,000

135, 000. 00

75,000
16,000

58,000
10, 000

195,008. 76
956,320.33
10, 760. 49
471,930. 37
323,805. 51
90, 751. 78
526,044. 73
17, 736.82
119, 400. 73
193, 575.13
843, 725. 87
316, 567.90
143,191. 31
592, 333. 00
53,676. 45
939, 948. 02
1,305,289.12
5,290. 65
1, 523. 60
10,175.45
5,112.13

95,000

18,000

41, 739. 36

172,000

50,000

39, 703.01

15,000

35,000

Defense aid, services and expenses, allotment to Interior

Byproduct plant, Pribilof Islands, Alaska..
Upper Mississippi River Wildlife Refuge
Working fund, Interior. Fish and Wildlife Service
National Industrial Recovery, Public Works Administration,
allotment to Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service
National Industrial Recovery, Interior, wildlife refuges, Fish
and Wildlife Service
___
Public Works Administration, act of 1938, allotment to Interior,
Fish and Wildlife Service
Working fund, special fund
Permanent appropriations:
Payments to counties under Migratory Bird Conservation
Act
_
Expenses for sales, etc., in refuges
Total, Fish and Wildlife Service..
Government in the Territories:
Territory of Alaska:
Salaries and expenses, Governor and secretary
Legislative expenses
Public schools, Alaska (receipt limitation)
Care and custody of insane, Alaska
W^agon roads, bridges, and trails, Alaska (receipt limitation).
Construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, and trails,
Alaska
Construction of Palmer-Richardson Road, Alaska
(national
defense)
Reconstruction and improvement of Richardson
Highway,
Alaska (national defense)

Working fund (Alaska Road Commission)
Permanent appropriation (special account): Alaska Railroad special fund
_
Territory of Hawaii:
Salaries and expenses, Governor and Secretary
Legislative expenses
Emergency funds for the President (national defense)

° Excess of credits, deduct.
6
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.




a

a
24. 95
20,493.83

61,300
6,000

61, 282
6,000

43,441.00
15, 581.00

61,3C0
6,000

61,000
6,000

43,444. 29
6,686.96

7,816,200

7,152,830

7,412,183.00

8,485,300

8,078,000

7, 233,022.99

44,000

37,065. 00

43, 000

50,000
290,000
152, 500

40, 500
49, 200
50,000
290,800
152, 500

50,000.00
283, 500. 00
152, 500.00

50, 000
290,000
150,000

40, 000
49,000
50,000
300,000
165,000

35, 230. 71
10,467.43
50,000.00
276,663.94

1,077,800

1,000,000

1,180, 000.00

1,000,000

1,150,000

159,744. 29
1,114, 735. 69
340, 573. 58
1, 250,000

1,250,000

5,850,000

5,850,000

22, 700

22, 560
47,000

500,000.00

12,869, 776. C
O
21, 600.00

1,250,000
9,000

932,323. 58

6,400,000

8,000,000

8,955, 340.98

22,000

22,000
47,000
2, 500,000

20,938.28

1, 250,000

305,000

3,448, 726.94

A56

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

6—Continued

TABLE

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

Estimated,' 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR—Continued
Government in the Territories—Continued.
Government of the Virgin Islands:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses, agricultural station
Survey of public works needs
_
._
Defraying deficits in treasuries of municipal governments
Emergency relief, Interior. Virgin Islands
Federal aid, wildlife restoration, Division of Territories and
Island Possessions (special account)
National Industrial Recovery Interior, Virgin Islands
Working fund, Territories and Island Possessions
Public Works Administration allotment to Interior, Division of Territories and Island Possessions Virgin Islands
Community facilities, defense public works, Federal Works
Agency
Puerto Rico:
Puerto Rican hurricane relief loans
Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration, emergency
relief—work relief
Emergency relief revolving fund Act Feb 11 1936
Division of Territories and Island Possessions:
National Industrial Recovery, Public Works Administration, allotment to Interior, Territories and Island Possessions
Emergency civilian supply, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, and
Alaska:
Emergency jund, Territories and Island Possessions (national
defense)

$186,950
43,000

$186, 820.00
46, 815.00

$187,000
43,000

$208,000
47,000

100,000

140,000.00

25,000

120,000

Total, Department of the Interior..
° Excess of credits, deduct.




4, 564.00
«5.90
48, 511. 78
4, 372.17

20,000
26,000

28, 000

30,246.94

500,000

2,700
590,000

28, 664.08
• 488,044.16

56,00C

a

51, 784. 78

3,000,000
9,108,195

Miscellaneous:
Increase of compensation
Working fund Department of the Interior
Claims, judgments and private relief acts
Total, miscellaneous

$195,224. 15
45,094. 62
« 3,804.14
140,258. 61
° 3,483.37

11,000

8,966,950

Total, government in the Territories

$208, 375
47, 260

15,468,C76.00

3,000,000

12, 291,000

17,664,700

a

10,885, 897. 59
4, 512, 231.69

1,879,592. 71
1,879, 592. 71

129,142,897

135,741, 591

«2.41
133.18
114,387. 92
114, 518. 69

146,348,271.36

135,333,750

150,794,350

122, 240,936. 81

A57

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES

6—Continued

TABLE

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946,1945, and 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title l

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

$97,800.00
106,600.00
176, 500.00
1,265,000.00
670, 000. 00
747,300.00
581,000.00
127,700.00
31,900.00
159,100.00

$80,000
94,000
123,000
1,040,000
590,000
890,000
946,000
109,000
28,000
135,000

$93,000
105,000
158,000
1,239, 000
660,000
1,110,000
770,000
126,000
32,000
142,000

240,000.00
545, 000. 00
600,000.00

220,000
185,000
500,000
350,000
146,000
1,740,000

235,000
230,000
584, 000
250,000
149, 000
1, 550,000

75,000

61,000

3, 600,000
675,000
422,000
3,871,000
103,000
4,025,000
745,000
312,000

4, 350, 000
750, 000
455,000
4,263,000
110,000
4,416,000
748,000
336,000

1,000

Actual, 1944

1,000

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
(Exclusive of amounts carried under General Public Works Program;
Legal activities and general administration:
Salaries:
Office of Attorney General
Office of Solicitor General
Office of Assistant to the Attorney General
Administrative Division
Tax Division
Criminal Division
Claims Division
Office of Assistant Solicitor General
Office of Pardon Attorney
Board of Immigration Appeals
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
_..
Contingent expenses
Traveling expenses
_
Printing and binding
._
Cost of handling penalty mail.
Salaries and expenses, Customs Division
Salaries and expenses, Antitrust Division
Salaries and expenses, Bond and Spirits Division
Examination of judicial offices
Salaries and expenses, veterans' insurance litigation.
Salaries and expenses, Lands Division
Salaries and expenses, War Division
Miscellaneous salaries and expenses, field
Salaries and expenses of district attorneys, etc
Compensation of special attorneys, etc
Salaries and expenses of marshals, etc
Fees of witnesses
Pay and expenses of bailiffs
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Foreign-service pay adjustment
Working fund
_
Total, legal activities and general administration.
Federal Bureau of Investigation:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses for certain emergencies
Salaries and expenses (national defense)
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Working fund
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts
Total, Federal Bureau of Investigation..
Immigration and Naturalization Service:
Salaries and expenses
Emergency fund for the President, national defense.
Working fund
Total, Immigration and Naturalization Service
Federal Prison System:
Bureau of Prisons:
_
Salaries and expenses
Penal and correctional institutions:
Salaries and expenses
Medical and hospital service, penal institutions.
Support of United States prisoners._. T
Prisons, emergency expenditures (P. W. A.)
Total, Federal Prison System

$82,000
95,450
125,000
1,045,300
596,000
900,000
950,000
110,250
28,900
135, 700

1,250,000
773, 300
128,300
32,400
142,000

220, 000
170,000
420,000
350,000
146, 000
1,750,000

235,000
187, 500
500,000
323, 750
154,000
1, 540,000

160, 900.00
1, 760, 000.00

70, 000
150, 000
4, 275,000
460,000
440,000
4,275,000
200,000
4,370,000
800,000
340,000

55,000. 00
270,000.00
4, 249, 900.00
800,000. 00
435,000.00
4,270,000.00
200,000.00
4, 563, 400.00
1,100,000.00
375,000.00

78,700
3, 500,000
670, 000
402, 300
3,876, 600
100,000
4,050, 000
750,000
315,000

$97, 500
107, 500
180,000
1,240,000
665,000

°Excess of credits, deduct.
1
Appropriation titles in italics are classified as "war activities/*




154, 784.48
1,723,968.09
° 645.70
44,931.31
240,105.89
4,091,450.96
690, 428.16
446, 542.24
4,197,029.47
108, 590.24
4,511,089.64
762,624.87
349, 536.87
a 46,689.23
»10,763.04

20,867,200

22,936,250

23,587,100.00

21,005,000

22,923,000

22, 508,721.41

7,900,000
100, 000
25,100,000

9,000,000
100,000
40, 750,000

8, 498, 000. 00
100,000.00
38,110, 000. 00

7,900,000
100,000
26, 253,000

9,000,000
100,000
33, 277,000
3,100,000

8,109,157.66

,1,184. 23

38, 239, 830.14
3, 525,063.06
970.08
633. 28

33,100,000

49, 850,000

46,709,184. 23

34, 253,000

45, 477,000

49,875,654. 22

21,900,000

28,300,000

28,956, 000.00

21,750,000

28,100,000

29, 340,665.05
402.84
240.89

21,900,000

28, 300,000

28,956, 000. 00

21,750,000

28,100, 000

29,341,308. 78

365,000

400,000

353, 700.00

365,000

400,000

350,430.39

13,333,500
1,091,800
1,800,000

12,800,000
1, 035, 000
1,695,000

12, 582,000. 00
1,049,700.00
1,691,400.00

13,268,000
964,000
1, 786, 000

12,803,000
929,000
1,689,000

12,615,952.56
892,381. 02
1,658, 554.42
12, 417. 63

16, 590, 300

15, 930, 000

15, 676,800.00

16, 383,000

15,821, 000

15, 529, 736. 02

Miscellaneous:
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts.
Total, Department of Justice

$88,483. 57
104,919.49
151,464.99
1, 296, 513.96
663.360.73
747.433.74
579,605.80
122, 583. 78
34,121.02
153, 337.12
< 591. 37
*
286, 810.83
494, 348.17
523, 345. 33

10, 677. 76
92,457,500

117,016,250

114,939,761.99

56,172. 85
93, 391,000

112,321,000

117,311.593.28

A58

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 6—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS

EXPENDITURES

Oganization unit and appropriation title l
Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

$437, 000
64,000
80, 000
754,000

$447,000
95, 000

$476,066. 54

195,000
1, 350, 000
328,000
116,500
277,000
156,000

821.000
13,000
169, 000
1,069,000
268, 000
106,800
171,000
169,000

816, 690. 94
• 18,144. 74
153, 915. 23
1,002, 428.14
302, 521. 81

Actual, 1944

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Office of the Secretary:
Salaries, Office of Secretary of Labor
Salaries and expenses (national defense)
Exchange of employees with foreign countries
Salaries and expenses. Office of Solicitor
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Contingent expenses
Traveling expensesPrinting and binding
Cost of handling penalty mail
Salaries and expenses, Division of Labor Standards
Salaries and expenses, safety and health program (national dejense).
Salaries and expenses, Division of Labor Standards (national defense)
Salaries and expenses, commissioners of conciliation
_
Commissioners of conciliation (national defense)
Foreign service pay adjustment
_, Working fund.._
.-.
Total, Office of the Secretary

$436, 700
63, 000
87,900
751, 500

$454,500
100,000

$454, 500.00

834,600

834, 600.00

202, 300
1,366, 700
348,800
116, 500
280,900
155, 900

170, 050
1,061,800
268,900
107,763
171,300
169, 200

166,550.00
1,092,000.00
263,500.00

(h)

171,300.00
169, 200. CO

163, 964. 28
174, 609. 84

Bureau of Labor Statistics:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses (national defense)
Federal nonconstruction projects, emergency relief (transfer
from W. P. A.)
Defense aid administrative expenses
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Working fund
_
Total, Bureau of Labor Statistics

493,000
1,721,000

215,000.00
502, 700.00
1, 670, 300.00

446,000
1,784,000

73,000
493,000
1, 719,000

113, 792 45
505, 655. 73
1,727,276.94
« 88.04
« 2,982. 65

6,043,700

__.

445, 300
1,786, 200

5, 552,113

5, 539, 650. 00

5,987, 500

5, 613, 800

5, 415, 706. 47

2, 707,000
1,182,400

1,312,300
2, 672, 400

1, 312, 300.00
1, 365,400.00

2, 690,000
1,185,000

1,310,000
2, 650,000

1,347, C04. 55
1,444,041. 55

900
350,000

8, 271. 70
1, 500. 00
140. 27
« 17, 259. 66

3,889,400

3,984, 700

2, 677. 700. 00

3,875,000

4. 310,900

2, 783, 698.41

468,300

376,600

376,600.00

464, 000

371, 000

371,171.44

268,800

255,000

260,000.00

268,000

251, 000

253,131.68

438,400

420,800

417,200.00

437,000

414,000

413,316. 24

38,000

43,000

22,300.00

38,000

42, 000

13, 279. 72
15,069.46

44,189,500
5, 820,000
3, 870, 000
1, 510,000

42,800,000
5,820, 000
3,870,000
1, 510, 000

29, 700,000.00
5, 820, 000. 00
3, 870,000.00
1, 510,000.00

40, 000, 000
5,820,000
3, 870, 000
1, 510,000

42, 800, 000
6,000,000
4, 093, 000
1,600,000

29, 945,889.00
5,947, 969.18
3, 786, 793.14
1,423, 314. 24

Total, grants to States under Social Security Act

55, 389, 500

54,000, C O
O

40, 900, 000.00

51,200,000

54, 493, 000

41,103, 965. 56

Total, Children's Bureau

56,603,000

55, 095, 400

41, 976,100. 00

52,407,000

55, 571,000

42,169, 934.10

180,000

189, 600
55,000

240, 000. 00

180, 000
1,000

193,000
54, 000

225, 565. 22

180. 000

244, 600

240, 000. 00

181, 000

247,000

225, 565. 22

3, 554, 000

4, 237,000

4, 348,900.00

3, 542, 000

4, 227,000

4, 362,842. 27

261. 200

275,000

250, 000. 00

266,000

273, 000
100. 000

«11, 432. 42
233, 768. 82
98, 986. 93

3,815, 200

4, 512,000

4. 598, 900. 00

3,808, 000

4, 600,000

4, 684,165. 60

Children's Bureau:
Salaries and expenses, Children's Bureau
Salaries and expenses, child-labor provisions, Fair Labor Standards Act
Salaries and expenses, maternal and child welfare, Social Security
Act
Salaries and expenses, emergency maternity and infant care (national defense)
Working fund
Grants to States under Social Security Act:
Emergency maternity and infant care (national defense)
Maternal and child-health services.
Services for crippled children
Child-welfare services

Women's Bureau:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses (national defense)

_-

_

Total, Women's Bureau
Wage and Hour Division:
Salaries
_
Salaries and expenses, Division of Public Contracts (national defense)
Miscellaneous expenses
Working fund
_
Total, Wage and Hour Division

- ,-

Miscellaneous:
Claims, judgments, ?vnd private relief acts
Total, Department of Labor..
• Excess of credits, deduct.
b
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.




710. 47

1, 272. 42
70, 529, 300

69,388,813

55,033,622.42

66,258, 500

70, 342, 700

i Appropriation titles in italics are classified as "war activities.'

55,279, 780.27

A59

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

EXPENDITURES

l

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

NAVY DEPARTMENT
Navy Department2 (see also table 8).-

$23, 500, 000, 000

b

$26, 739, 288, 301 b $28, 527,446, 441. 78

$22,000,000,000

$27, 900,000, 000

$26, 784, 932, 066.12

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT
(See pp. 563-580)
Paid from general fund- .

(3)

(3)

* $22,167, 486.27

° Excess of credits, deduct.
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
Appropriation titles in italics are classified as "war activities."
2
Because cf possible material changes in war conditions, the detailed estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1946 will be submitted to the Congress as a part of a supplementary budget in the spring of 1945. Consequently, the estimated appropriations and expenditures for the fiscal year 1946 are tentative.
s Estimated surplus for 1946, $142,000,000 and for 1945, $112,000,000 included in "Miscellaneous receipts," in table 4.
b
1

602000—45




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 6—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation \
[For t h e fiscal years 1946, 1945, a n d 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS

EXPENDITURES

Organization unit and appropriation title l
Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

19,800, 000
800, 000
50,000
300, 000
67, 000

19,913, 000
600, 000
35, 000
365, 000
66, 000

;6, 546,121. 65
344, 111. 74

8,000
40, 000

10, 000
49, 000

10, 818.90

600, 000

500,000

D E P A R T M E N T OF S T A T E
(Exclusive of a m o u n t s carried u n d e r General P u b l i c W o r k s
Program)
Office of the Secretary:

Salaries, Department of State
Contingent expenses
Cost of handling penalty mail
Printing and binding
_
Passport agencies
Collecting and editing official papers of Territories of the United
States
.
President's War Relief Control Board
W o r k i n g fund, general
Foreign service p a y a d j u s t m e n t .
Defense aid, services and expenses
Emergency fund for the President, national defense

$10, 000, 000
810.000
50, 000
379, 000
69, 300

$10, 340, 000
538, 000
46, 250
260, 000
68, 000

$7,101, 400. 00
510, 000. 00

8,400
45, 500

12, 000
50, 000

11, 000. 00

318, 000. 00
61, 200. 00

19, 546, 000

« 349, 551. 74
368, 715. 33
95,120. 64
17. 682. 236. 07

11, 362, 200

11. 314. 250

8,001, 600. 00

11,665,000

31,084,000

25, C

783, 000
4, 900, 000
2, 200.000
3, 563. 000
2, 200, 000
600,000
922, 800
4, 287, 000
1, 725,000
6, 289. 000
8, 460, 000
18, 000, 000

742, 000
4, 750, 000
1,100. 000
2, 690, 000
1, 590, 000
439,000
910, 500
4,174,000
1,393, 000
6, 200, 000
6, 300, 000
1, 500, 000

625, 000. 00
4, 700, 000. 00
1, 485,000. 00
2. 550. 000. 00
1, 040, 000. 00
225, 000. 00
865. 600. 00
3.. 7.16, 000. 00
1,133, 000. 00
4, 202, 000. 00
5,125,000.00
12.000.000.00

800, 000
5,100, 000
2, 300, 000
3, 500, 000
2,000, 000
550, 000
922,800
4, 200, 000
1, 500, 000
6,100,000
8. 300, 000
16. 000, 000

780, 000
5, 000. 000
1, 500, 000
2,600, 000
1, 755, 000
400, 000
910.500
4, 220, 000
1,423,000
7,032,000
8, 000,000
10.000.000

567, 215. 76
4, 624, 496. 59
845, 318. 98
1,863.167.01
1, 382, 627. 14
227, 671. 26
865, 600. 00
3, 584, 020. 92
1, 058, 324, 38
3, 087, 283. 28
3,811,742.09
4. 747, 548. 32

53,929,800

31,788, 500

37, 666, 600. 00

51, 272, £

43, 620, 500

26, 665, 015. 73

1, 790, 400
1, 500, 000

1, 431, 088
1, 500. 000

1. 322, 308. 00

1, 750, 000
1, 500, 000

1, 400, 000
1, 200, 000

1, 284, 095. 95

420, 000

»383,000
110,000

400, 000

375. 000
105, 300

535, 237. 40
106, 765. 31

-.

T o t a l , Office of t h e Secretary
Foreign Service:
Salaries, ambassadors a n d ministers
Salaries, Foreign Service officers
T r a n s p o r t a t i o n , Foreign Service
Foreign Service quarters
Cost of lining allowances, Foreign Service
Representation allowances, Foreign Service
Foreign Service r e t i r e m e n t a n d disability appropriated fund
Salaries of clerks, Foreign Service
Miscellaneous salaries a n d allowances
Foreign Service, Auxiliary {national defense)
C o n t i n g e n t expenses, Foreign Service
Emergencies'arising in t h e d i p l o m a t i c a n d consular service
T o t a l , Foreign Service
International obligations:
U n i t e d States contributions t o international commissions, congresses, a n d b u r e a u s
I n t e r n a t i o n a l conferences (emergency)
Salaries a n d expenses, I n t e r n a t i o n a l B o u n d a r y Commission,
U n i t e d States a n d Mexico
American-Mexican Claims Commission
International B o u n d a r y Commission, U n i t e d States a n d C a n ada, a n d Alaska a n d C a n a d a
v
International J o i n t Commission, U n i t e d States a n d *Great
Britain:
Salaries a n d expenses
Special a n d technical investigations
International Fisheries Commission
International Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commission:
Salaries a n d expenses..-.
Restoration of Salmon r u n s , Fraser River System
Conferences of allied ministers of education in London
C u l t u r a l relations w i t h C h i n a , N e a r E a s t , a n d Africa
Convention for promotion of I n t e r - A m e r i c a n cultural relations.
Cooperation w i t h t h e American Republics
E i g h t h Pan-American Child Congress
I n t e r n a t i o n a l C o m m i t t e e on Political Refugees
E i g h t h American Scientific Congress
Supplies, materials, etc., P a n A m e r i c a n U n i o n (special account)
Special deposit accounts
T o t a l , international obligations

245,980. 67
63,073. 60

* 345,000. 00
>

45, 000

43, 000.00

42,000

40,000

31, 394. 36

30, 000
79,000
25,000

32,000
55, 000
25,000

32,000.00
51, 500.00
25,000.00

30,000
79, 000
28,000

30,000
55,000
30,000

28, 649. 75
47,303.94
38,053.67

40,000

40,000

50,000.00
1,000,000.00

40,000
250,000
160, 000
1,100,000

40, 000
450,000

72,009.39

4,430,000

3, 450,000

4, 500, 000.00

4,300, 000

3, 550,000

), 921, 400

7, 071, 088

7, 368, 808. 00

9, 679, 00C

7, 275, 300

172, 000
1, 390, 000

367. 52
2,570,456.56
474. 57
3, 430. 29
6, 282. 54
« 272. 93
75, 321. 70
4, 799, 570.02

Miscellaneous:

Claims, judgments, and private relief acts..
Special deposit accounts..
State account of advances

8,666.19

8, 666.19

Total, miscellaneous.
Total, Department of State.
• Excess of credits, deduct.
b
Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
i Appropriation titles in italics are classified as "war activities."




75, 213, 400

50,173, 835

41,003.91
9, 272. 53
707, 383. 86
757, 660. 30

53, 045, 674.19

72, 616, 80C

81, 979, 80C

57, 228,872.91

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES

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TABLE 6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS

EXPENDITURES

Organization unit and appropriation title l
Recommended,
1946

Estimated, 1945

3,000

$401,000

$405,871.64
466.65

64,475,000

2,263, 000

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

53,333,000

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

10,000,000
20,000,000
4, 417, 500

150, 344, 758. 29
a
1,957/996. 28
2, 392,166. 28

TREASURY DEPARTMENT
Office of the Secretary:
Salaries, Office of Secretary of the Treasury
Consolidated emergency fund (national defense)
Defense aid, agricultural, industrial and other commodities, allotment to Treasury, Office o1 Secretary.
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Foreign war relief (national defense)Financial aid to China (national defense)
.
Cost of handling penalty mail
Payments to Federal land banks, reductions in interest rate on
mortgages
Payments to Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation, reductions in
interest rate on mortgages.
Smaller War Plants Corporation, subscription to capital stcclc (national defense)...
Loan to District of Columbia for black-out expenses
Payments to Republic of Panama and Export-Import Bank,
principal and interest, Chorrera-Rio Hato Highway
Expenses of absentee voting by members of the land and naval forces
(national defense)
Federal land banks:
Subscriptions to paid-in surplus, revolving fund
Subscriptions to capital stock, revolving fund.
Administrative expenses, Adjusted Compensation Payment
Act, 1936
Expenses of administration of settlement of War Claims Act of
1928 (special account)
Foreign service pay adjustment
Increase of compensation

$360,000

6,335, 000

$412, 500

$410, 000.00

5, 890, 400

6, 223, 800
21, 800, 000. 00

4, 225, 000

21, 236, 376. 83

7, 400, 000. 00

1, 365, 000

7, 215,126. 54

50, 000,000

50, 000, 000

400, 000. 00
2, 695, 494. 45

2, 700, 000. 00

° 13, 472. 81
• 46, 598,000
« 3, 087, 000

Foreign Funds Control:
Salaries and expenses
Division of Tax Research:
Salaries
Office of Tax Legislative Counsel:
Salaries
Division of Research and Statistics:
Salaries
Office of General Counsel:
Salaries
Division of Personnel:
._
Salaries
Office of Chief Clerk:
Salaries
__.__.
Contingent expenses
Printing and binding, Treasury DepartmentTotal, Office of Chief Clerk.
° Excess of credits, deduct.
Appropriation titles in italics are classified as "war activities."

1




6, 521, 078.17
1 , 347, 835, 00
2,913.40

4,325

1,106. 20
1, 453. 66
• 22.16

3,000

21, 000
1

23, 409. 00
5, 000. 00

Total, Railroad Administration.

Total, Office of the Secretary,.

1

1, 900. 00

Railroad Administration and Transportation Act:
Reimbursement to carriers of deficits during Federal control..
Special deposit account:
Railroad administration and transportation aid
Relief of claimants who suffered loss by fire in Minnesota
during October 1918

Permanent indefinite appropriations:
Payment of interest on deposits of public moneys of Government of Philippine Islands
-_
Excess-profits tax refund bonds
Pershing Hall Memorial fund (special account) .
War contributions fund (special account)
___ __

• 51, 574, 000
° 2, 031,000

a

21,000

1

18, 409. 00

2, 010, 000
1,068,000, 000
5,043
600,000

2, 010, 000
1, 068, 000, 000
5,043
1, 321, 374

1,970,945. 00
134, 032,175.28
7,673.10
1, 303,449.42

2, 010, 000
1, 068, 000, 000

2, 010, 000
1,068, 000,000

1, 970, 944. 51
134, 032,175. 28
«218. 04

1, 077, 310, 043

1,127, 639, 317

169, 626,142.80

1, 082,512,125

1,171,312,500

310,839,822. 27

2,250,000

4, 000,000

3,825, 000. 00

3, 300, 000

3, 200, 000

3,833,890. 51

165,000

169, 295

189, 760. 00

165, 000

164, 000

179,139. 59

90,000

103,300

94,165. 00

90, COO

100, 000

88,061. 90

155,000

181, 500

200,000.00

156,000

176,000

207, 802. 76

162, 000

150,000

165, 925.00

162,000

146,000

160, 649. 39

160,900

191, 495

191, 000. 00

161,000

187,000

204, 391. 62

286,000
270,000
24,000

345,000
250,000
24,000

340,000. 00
271,000.00
26, 600.00

288,000
265,000
22,000

335,000
257,000
22,000

346, 512.12
314, 545,04
26, 281.25

580,000

619,000

637, 600.00

575,000

614,000

687, 338.41

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 6—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

$458,000

$545,000

Actual, 1944

TREASURY DEPARTMENT—Continued
Custody of Treasury buildings:
Salaries, operating force

$452,000

$580,000

$568,400.00

Division of Printing:
Salaries
Printing and binding
Stationery

116,00
18,639.09
251.68

Total Division of Printing
Fiscal Service:
Bureau of Accounts:
Salaries and expenses
Emergency relief, administrative expenses
Salaries and expenses, deposit of withheld taxes...
Printing and binding, Bureau of Accounts
Salaries and expenses, Division of Disbursement
Printing and binding, Division of Disbursement..
.
Emergency relief, Division of Disbursement, administrative
expenses
Emergency relief liquidation fund
-.
Contingent expenses, public moneys
Recoinage of minor coins
Recoinage of silver coins
Relief of the indigent, Alaska (receipt limitation)
Fund for payment of Government losses in shipment (revolving fund)
Refund of moneys erroneously received and covered (indefinite appropriation)
Total, Bureau of Accounts
Bureau of the Public Debt:
Administering the public debt
Distinctive paper for United States securities
Emergency fund for the President, national dejense
Expenses of loans, act of Sept. 24, 1917, as amended and
extended
Total, Bureau of the Public Debt
Office of the Treasurer of the United States:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries (Federal Reserve notes, reimbursable)
Printing and binding
Emergency relief, administrative expenses
Special accounts
Permanent indefinite appropriation: Contingent expenses,
Federal Reserve notes (reimbursable)
Total, Office of the Treasurer of the United States
Total, Fiscal Service
Bureau of Customs:
Collecting the revenue from customs.
Printing and binding.. __
Indefinite appropriation: Refunds and drawbacks, customs
Special accounts
Total, Bureau of Customs

$616,710.90

19,006.77

741, 200

830,000

816,000.00

746,000

808,000

544,000
32,000
5, 013, 800
135, 000

675,000
32,000
5, 250, 000
117, 500

800,000.00
35, 000. 00
4,000,000. 00
104,796.00

540,000
33,000
5, 714, 000
146, 000

555, 000
33, 000
5, 696, 000
136, 000

860, 998. 78
17, 213. 42
521, 269. 61
35, 473.14
4, 954, 567. 54
135, 641. 61

410,000

395,000

61, 431.64
100, 248.19
330,938. 22

130,000
24,000

116, 000
20, 000

126,545.04
23,459. 28

45,000

30,000

84,667. 57

460,000

400,000

140,000
24,000

200,000
20,000

400,000.00
15,000.00
200,000.00
25,000. 00

150,000

200,000

340,000.00

150,000

200, 000

196, 778.50

7,240,000

7,724,500

6,735,796.00

7,938,000

7,989, 000

7,449, 232.54

85, 500,000
800,000

3 5,965,000
929,000

2 5,160,000.00
1, 241,431.00

85,635,000
760,000

5,518,000
1, 250,000

3 5,180,005.57
833,427. 91
« 373.30

109,500,000

105,700,000.00

90, 500,000

80, 361,413.05

86,300,000

116,394,000

112,101,431.00

86,395,000

97, 268,000

86, 374,473. 23

4,800,000
80,000
300,000

< 4,475,000
85,000
115,000

4,965,000.00
77,000.00
98,000.00

4,900,000
80,000
280,000

5,020,000
83,000
170,000

s 4,858, 226.26
78, 279. 46
67,368. 49
28,102.47
« 91, 726. 68

1,800

1,800

1,546.96

2,000

2,000

916. 36

5,181,800

4,676,800

5,141,546.96

5,262,000

5,275,000

4,941,166. 36

98,721,800

128,795,300

123,978,773.96

99,595,000

110,532,000

98, 764,872.13

23, l£0, 000
80,000
15, 000, 000

26, 350, 000
85,000
15,000, 000

25,189,935.00
85,000.00
19,000,000.00

23,500,000
83,000
15,000,000

26,000, 000
80,000
15,000, 000

26,246, 791. 38
75, 751.91
14,401, 655.92
2, 604.19

38, 230, 000

41, 435,000

44,274,935.00

38,583,000

41,090,000

40, 726,803.40

° Excess of credit, deduct.
2 Includes appropriations as follows: for 1945: $5,900,000 from "Salaries and expenses" and $65,000 from "Printing and binding;" for 1944: $5,100,000 from "Salaries and expenses,"
and $60,000 from "Printing and binding."
s Includes expenditures transferred as follows: $5,151,404.37 from "Salaries and expenses" and $28,601.20 from "Printing and binding."
4
Includes $400,000 transferred from contingent expenses.
6
Includes $264,701.13 transferred from contingent expenses.




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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 6—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

Actual, 1944

TREASURY DEPARTMENT— Continued
Office of Comptroller of the Currency:
Salaries
__
Printing and binding
Salaries (national currency reimbursable)

$233,000
12,000

Total, Bureau of Internal Revenue.

$237,000
12,000

$269, 000
17,000

$279,152. 30
12, 092. 75
75.06

293, 600

293,000. 00

249,000

286,000

291, 320.11

121,840,000

143,400,000

133,821,735.00

121, 558,000

139, 750,000

130,600,477. 79

9,600

21,850

3,000.00

9,600

16,000

3,000.00

1,641,760,000

1,085,290,000

150,822,692.00

1,641,760,000

1,088,970,000

146, 720,882. 51
°2.10

1,763,609,600

Bureau of Internal Revenue:
Collecting the internal revenue
Payment to Alaska of additional income tax on railroads (receipt limitation)
Indefinite appropriation: Refunding internal-revenue collections
Emergency fund for the President, national defense

$275, 000. 00
18,000.00

245,000

Total, Office of Comptroller of the Currency

$276, C00
17,000

1,228,711,850

284,647,427.00

1, 763, 327, 600

1,228, 736,000

277,324,358. 20

United States Processing Tax Board of ReTiew:
Salaries and expenses
Bureau of Narcotics:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding

--

Total, Bureau of Narcotics

--

90.55

Secret Service Division:
Salaries
Suppressing counterfeiting and other crimes
._
Emergency relief administrative expenses
Salaries White House Police
Uniforms and equipment, White House Police
Salaries and expenses, Guard force, Treasury buildings
Printing and binding
_
Fm,er(jency fund for the President, national defense
Rein: burs err en t to District of Columbia, benefit payments to
White House Police and Secret Service forces
Total Secret Service Division
Bureau of the Mint:
Salaries and expenses
..
- -- .
Transportation of bullion and coin, mints and assay offices
Salaries and experses, mints and assay offices
Printing and binding
Special deposit account
Total, Bureau of the Mint

_

Procurement Division:
Salaries and expenses
_
General supply fund (revolving fund)
Emergency relief, administrative expenses
Surplus property program
Printing and binding
Defense aid:
Administrative expenses (national defense)
Purchase of supplies (national defense)
Special fund
.
.
. . .
United Nations relief and rehabilitation
Emergency fund for the President (national defense)
Strategic and critical materials (national defense), act of June 7,
1$89
W o r k - r e l i e f s u p p l y f u n d , e m e r g e n c y relief
Total, Procurement Division

• Excess of credit, deduct.




1,335,609. 71
2, 529. 75

1,342,467

1,331,000. 00

1,179,000

1,307, 700

1,338,139.46

10,000,000
5,500

9,852,000.00
5, 500.00

10,470, 000
5,000

10,000,000
5,000

8,487, 773. 76
5, 955. 98

10,005, 500

9,857,500.00

10,475, J300

10,005,000

8,493, 729. 74

72,900
1,428,000

85,000
1, 629,090

81,873. 00
1,621,850. 00

73. 000
1,450,000

81,000
1, 547,000

260,000
9,000
654,000
7,000

300,000
9,000
600,000
7,000

344,000. 00
10,400. 00
588,000. 00
4,000.00

261.000
8,000
656,000
6,000

281,000
8,000
776, 000
6,000

81,282.43
1, 711, 244. 51
13,036. 92
240, 826. 83
11,423. 72
747,216. 83
6, 535. 62
7, 800.00

31, 500

25,000

35,000. 00

29,000

31,000

23,470. 26

2, 655, 090

2, 685,123. 00

2,483, 000

2, 730. 000

2,842,837.12

168,000
12,800
5, 500,000
7,000

157,000.00
12,800.00
5,421, 370.00
8,000.00

140,000
11,000
5, 300, 000
8,000

165,000
12,000
5,100,000
7,000

148, 667.47
6,193. 54
4,964, 942.08
7,315.37
° 45,843.77

5,565,800

Total, Bureau of Engraving and Printing

1, 304,000
3,700

145,000
12,800
5,400,000
8,000

-

1,175,000
4,000

2,462,400

Bureau of Engraving and Printing:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding

1, 327,000.00
4,000.00

10,476,500

_.

1,338,467
4,000

10,471,000
5,500

-

1,168,900
4,000
1,372,900

--

5, 687,800

5, 599,170.00

5,459,000

5,284,000

5,081,274.69

1,330,000

1,190,000

1,400,000

1, 543,800

20,750,000
150,000

17, 680,000
150,000

847,000.00
1,000,000.00
137, £00.00
6,450,000.00
150,000.00

20, 875,000
158,000

17,150,000
157,000

951, 941. 52
734,016.61
265,979.49
5, 714,403.38
158,014.48

600,000
775, 000,000
7,000,000
125, 000, 000

1, 600,000
1, 305,000,000
19,200,000
75, 000,000

1, 214, 266.78
1, 263, 512,296.07
15, 531, 355. 41
142,968.57

2,832,000
. . . .

12,000,000

1,106,031.79
• 5,979.36

932,865,000

1,431,650,800

1,289,325, 294.74

.
22,230, CCO

19,020,000

8,584, 500.00

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

A64

TABLE 6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

TREASURY DEPARTMENT—Continued
Miscellaneous:
Claims and judgments
Private relief acts

$200,468. 53
871,143. 98

Total, Treasury, miscellaneous
Total, Treasury Department, exclusive of public-debt items...

$3, 024, 038, 943

$2, 571, 580, 514

$219,112.84
662, 787. 64

1, 071, 612. 51

_

881,900.48

657,821,034. 27

$3, 941,794,725

$4,008, 066,000

2,041,907,434. 74

3, 750,000, 000 2,610,117,272.01
587, 561, 230
587, 572,024.00

4,500,000,000

3.750,000,000

2, 610,117, 272. 01

Public Debt
Permanent appropriations:
_
_
Interest on the public debt . . _
Cumulative sinking fund
Special accounts:
Redemption of bonds, etc., from repayments of principal of
loans, etc., Public Works Administration
Retirements from gifts, forfeitures, and other miscellaneous
receipts
Obligations retired from Federal intermediate credit bank
franchise ta* receipts
Total, public debt

.

Total, Treasury Department




4,500, 000, 000
587, 561, 230

5,000, 000

5,000,000

5,000

5,000

2, 650. 00

150,000

150, 000

122,323. 00

4,602,601.00
2,650.00

5,092, 716, 230

4,342, 716, 230 3, 202,416,870. 01

4,500, 000,000

3, 750,000,000

2.610.119,922.01

8,116, 755,173

6,914, 296, 744 3,860,237,904. 28

8,441,794,725

7, 758,066,000

4,652,027,356. 75

A65

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS

EXPENDITURES

Organization unit and appropriation title l
Recommended,
1946

A c t u a l , 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

Actual, 1944

WAR DEPARTMENT
(Exclusive of amounts carried under General Public Works
Program)
Military functions
Civil functions (classified as war activities):
Quartermaster Corps:
Cemeterial expenses, War Department (national defense)
Signal Corps:
Alaska Communication System (national defense)
Miscellaneous:
ifudaments and claims

« $32,500, 000, 000 6 $15, 434, 814, 795 ^$59,036,327,296.76
>

$38,997,089, 000

$48,495,567,000 $49, 288, 936, 345. 52

1,666,000

1, 224, 000

1,370,458. 00

1,576,000

1,188,000

227,840

227,840

227, 840.00

235,000

245,000

1, 088,456.10
280, 235. 27
762.16
2, 792. 69

Private relief acts

Total, civil functions (classified as war activities)
Total, military and civil functions (classified as war activities)
Corps of Engineers:
Emergencv expenditures, rivers and harbors (N\ I. R )
Public Works Administration, allotment to War, rivers and
harbors
Surveys and mapping, strategic areas Permanent appropriations:
Maintenance and operation of dams and other improvements
of navigable waters (special account)
Payments to States, flood control, act of June 28, 1938
(special account)
_

Panama Canal (see also table 8):
Maintenance and operation
_- - Sanitation, Canal Zone
Civil government, Panama Canal and Canal Zone
Construction, additional facilities (national defense)
Repatriation of unemployed aliens
Memorial to Maj Gen Geo W. Goethals
Special deposit accounts
Working fund Panama Canal

Permanent appropriation: Postal funds, Canal Zone (special
account)
-_... _

Total, War Department.
ffl

32, 501. 893, 840

1, 598,298. 00

1, 811,000

1. 433, 000

1, 372, 246. 22

15, 436, 266, 635 59, 037, 925,, 594. 76

38,998,900,000

48,497,000, 000

49, 290, 308, 591. 74

1, 451, 840

a

9, 205. 72

° 18,106.10
67,178.02

. „„

135, 000

135, 000

306,130. 00

135,000

324,900

326, 747. 71

65,000

65,000

69,906. 00

65,000

65,000

59,456.88

200, 000

Total, Corps of Engineers..-.

Total, Panama Canal

1,893, 840

200,000

376,036. 00

200,000

389,900

426, 070. 79

2 4,137, 000
1, 784, 200
1,377, 000
900, 600

2 5,850, 000
1, 854,000
1, 476,400

6, 016, 000. 00
1,814, 000.00
1, 228,100. 00
(3)

17, 500, 000
1, 750,000
1,360,000
1,100, 000
25,000
156,000

17,000,000
1,800,000
1,450,000
3,000,000
15,000

9,629,732.92
1, 759, 932. 44
1, 373, 290.10
6,605,140.04
4, 538.41

575,000

« 69,015.60
• 226,164.33

458,252

458, 252

723,080.00

454,000

511,000

1,252,244.23

8,657,052

9, 638, 652

9, 781,180.00

22,345,000

24,351,000

20,329, 698. 21

15,446,105,287 59,048,082,810. 76

39,021,445,000

48, 521,740,900

49,311,064,360. 74

32, 510, 750,892

Excess of credits, deduct.
& Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
1 Appropriation titles in italics are classified as "war activities."
2 Includes $8,000 in 1946 and $7,308 in 1945 for "Cost of handling penalty mail".
3 $30,257,572 unobligated balances of appropriations under this head repealed and carried to the surplus fund of the Treasury. (Public Law 352, approved June 26,1944.)




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 6—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual. 1945

EXPENDITURES

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

3,910,000

$8, 864, 200.00
5, 956, 600.00
3,936,000. 00

$2,000,000
1, 500,000
3, 500,000

$6,846,000
4, 654, 000
4, 952, 000

$1, 070, 224. 99
4, 668, 341. 03
5, 495,187. 70

4,745,000

18,756,800.00

7,000,000

16, 452,000

11, 233, 753. 72

23,000,000

34,000,000

66,544,688.67

93, 000,000

26,600,000

4,852,670. 65

10, 000
388,000

183,260.69

580, 000

Actual, 1944

Actual, 1944

GENERAL PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAM
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics:
Construction and equipment, Langley Field, Va
Ames Aeronautical Laboratory
Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

.

$835,000

Total, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
6

Tennessee Valley Author* ty
Veterans' Administration:
Hospital and domiciliary facilities
Federal Security Agency:
Saint Elizabeths Hospital:
Continuous treatment buildings
Buildinc for storeroom etc

-

(6)

$9,850,000
84,500,000

17, 945, 500

46, 563,000. 00

445,000

Federal Works Agency:
Public Buildings Administration:
Public Buildings, District of Columbia:
Site for and construction of general office buildings in or
near District of Columbia
- War Department buildings
West Central Heating Plant
General Accounting Office Building
Annex buildings Government Printing Office
Archives Building
. .
Federal Office Buildings Nos -2 and 3
Addition to Navy Department Building.
Social Security Board and Railroad Retirement Board
.
.-.Buildings
Construction of temporary office buildings..
..._^__
Additional facilities* National Burea.u_Qf Standards
Construction of public buildings, act Aug. 25, 1937

1,200,000

3,700,000
50,000
100,000
13,000

1, 676,641. 22
21,912.94
« 12,669.38
° 924,90
35,955. 45
125, 380.16
36,028. 73
4, 909.17

50,000

564,000

30,000,000
3,000,000
6,000,000

40,000,000
3,000,000

40,000,000.00

2. 384 18
58,303. 79
46, 596. 22
1,111,566.29

4,820,000

3,106,083.87

40,000,000
5,000,000
15,000,000

45,000,000
10,000,000
11,000,000

150, 000

Public Roads Administration:
Federal-aid highway svstem
Federal-aid secondary or feeder roads
Elimination of grade crossings.__ ___
Mount Vernon Memorial Highway
Public-lands highways

79,000
28,000
750,000

1,814,000

Total, Public Buildings Administration

100,000

200, 000

36,128,241. 43
4,420,753.91
6,457,061.84
25,095.15
168,185. 07

Total, Public Roads Administration

39,000,000

43, 000,000

40, 000, 000. 00

60,150, 000

66, 200,000

47,199,337.40

Total, Federal Works Agency

39, 000,000

43, 000, 000

40, 000,000. 00

61,964, 000

71, 020, 000

50, 305,421. 27

10, 133, 000

4,161, 496

3,037,168. 00

4, 500, 000

4,600, 000

5, 386,165. 00

9,907, 890.00

9,000,000

500, 000

Department of Agriculture:
Forest Service (see also table 8):
Forest roads and trails

_

Department of Commerce:
Office of Administrator of Civil Aeronautics:
Construction of hangars, Washington National Airport
Development of civil landing areas
National Bureau of Standards:
Station for broadcasting standard frequencies
Materials-testing laboratory and equipment
Electrical building and equipment
Construction of wind tunnel

35, 670. 95

° Excess of credits, deduct.
* Excludes reappropriations shown in table 7.
>




9,000,000

583,000

242, 259.85

22,000,000

10,745,000

8,257,380.62

110,000.00

Total, Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior:
Bonneville Power Administration: Construction, operation,
and maintenance, Bonneville power transmission system

48,000

71, 922. 31
73, 386.43
250. 75
61, 029. 41

35, 000

10,017,890.00

3,500,000

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

GENERAL PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAM—Continued
Department of the Interior—Continued.
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Construction, irrigation systems (reimbursable)
Roads Indian reservations
Constructions etc buildings and utilities
Total, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Bureau of Reclamation:
Reclamation fund, special fund, construction:
Salaries and expenses
Projects:
Gila project
Orlpnd nroiect California
Colorado-Big Thompson project, Colorado..
Sun River project, Montana
..Grand Valley project, Colorado
_
Palisades project, Idaho
Paonia project Colorado
Hungry Horse project
Pine River project, Colorado _ . . .
Uncompabgre project Colorado
Boise project Idaho Payette Division _
Boise project Idaho Anderson ranch
M^iriidoka project Idaho
Boise Droiect Idaho drainage
Sun River project M^ontana
Carlsbad oroi ect New M^exico
Tucumcari Droiect New M^exico
" * Rio Grande pfo~jectr New Mexico~and~Texas
*'
Lusprt-Altus Droiect Oklahoma
..
Deschutes projectyOfegon
Owyhee project Oregon
. . .
IQamath project, Oregon and California.
Hyrum project TJtah
Provo River project, Utah
Yakima project Washington Roza division
Kendrick project Wyoming
Riverton project^ Wyoming
._
Shoshone project, Wyoming, Heart Mountain division
Shoshone project, Wyoming, Willwood division
Other undistributed items
Total projects
General investigations
Total payable from reclamation fund, special fund-

$579,250
1,740,000

$356,250
950,000

$200,000.00
950,000.00

$500,000
1,500,000
250,000

$800,000
1,200,000
50,000

$407,434.96
1, 273,147.14
69,084.00

2,319, 250

1,306,250

1,150,000.00

2,250,000

2,050,000

1, 749, 666.10

4,000,000

420.000

287,500.00

4,000,000

995,000

458,623.15

560,000
29,000
875,000

650,000
6,000
19,000

92,369.43

500,000
9,000
460,000

225,000
8,000

550,000
900,000
66,000

110,000

500,000

250,000

10, 782.15
74.98

475,000

100,000.00

1,100,000
30,000
130,000
60,000
35,000
500
7,500

500,000

2,250,000

100,000.00

400,000

420,000.00

2,219,000

750,000
40,000
35,000

8,000
5.000
400,000
350,000
10,600
2,000
200,000
45,000
2,000
50,000
1,100
2,600,000
40,000
950,000
41,000

4,128. 67

145.65
77,211. 01
34,494. 54
54.63
1,245.25
25,763.89
7,937.42
1,245. 43
103,674. 78
12,185.92
188,462.63
6, 409. 64
23, 583.93
3,226.13
1,001.56
1,730.03
46,619.46
15,712.17
33,885.38

200,000
60,000

500,000
23,000
75,000
45,000

100,000.00

350,000
120,000

40,000
20,000

13,373.17
8,121.16
55,920.82

2,200,000

100,000.00

23,500
5,233, 500

3,010,000

820,000.00

7,551,000

6,315, 700

769,359.83

5,500,000

450,000

350,000.00

5,400,000

550,000

380, 557.90

14,733,500

3,880,000

1,457,500.00

16,951,000

7,860,700

1,608, 540.88

775,000.00

2,600,000
1,800,000
1,100,000

8, 769, 518. 69
248, 724. 42
190,918. 75

Advances to Colorado River Dam fund:
Boulder Canyon project (Boulder Dam)
Boulder Canyon project (All-American Canal)
Colorado River development fund

3,327,000
500,000

1,250,000

200,000.00

3,725,000
3,300,000
550,000

Total advances to Colorado River Dam fund

3,827,000

1,250,000

975,000.00

7,575,000

5,500,000

9, 209,161. 86

700,000
45,000

1,200,000
500,000

2,014, 522.10
647,091.98

625,000
12,000,000
450,000

500,000
15,000,000

836,758. 27
18,987,310.07

500,000
2,000

4,000,000
28,000

2,089,992.68
520.16

General fund, construction:
Reclamation projects, payable from general fund:
Davis Dam project Arizona-Nevada (reimbursable)
Gila project, Arizona (reimbursable)
Parker Dam power project, Arizona-California (reimbursable)
Central Valley project, California (reimbursable)
Kings River project, California
Colorado-Big Thompson project, Colorado (reimbursable)
Pine River project, Colorado (reimbursable)




5, 500,000
490,000

960,200

22,569,000.00

2,482,000

3,500,000.00

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 6—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
A c t u a l , 1944

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

Estimated, 1945

$450,000
3,000,000
1, 500,000
750,000
12, 000
130, 000
8, 300,000

$120,000
4, 200,000
3, 300,000
2,100,000
40, 000
1,000,000
7, 750, 000

$21,312.11
4,470, 388.40
141,157. 46
591, 493. 27
115,677.83
538,105.32
7,423,801. 25

550,000

1, 500,000
850,000

850, 739. 24
368,120. 88

A c t u a l , 1944

GENERAL PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAM—Continued
Department of the Interior—Continued.
General fund, construction—Continued.
Reclamation projects, payable from general fund—Con.
San Luis Valley project, Colorado (reimbursable)
Boise project, Idaho, Anderson Ranch (reimbursable)...
Tucumcari project, New Mexico (reimbursable)
Lugert-Altus project, Oklahoma (reimbursable)
__
Colorado River project, Texas (reimbursable)
Provo River project, Utah (reimbursable)
Columbia Basin project, Washington (reimbursable)
Yakima project, Washington, Roza division (reimbursable)
General investigations (reimbursable)
Administrative expenses, general fund construction
- - -(reimbursable)

$4,300,000
2, 500, 000
1,045,000

8,332,000

1, 900,000

350,000

1,121,000
875,000

865,000. 00
350,000.00

325,000

375,000.00

330,000

510,490.17

15, 508, 200

32, 809,000.00

42, 418,000

39, 607,481.19

1, 700,000

1, 064, 000. 00

125, 000

400, 000
340. 000

325, 000. 00

1, 790.000
1,600, 000
150, 000
220,000

5,450, 000
450. 000
650, 000
225, 000

786,497. 06
102, 377. 78
83, 564. 58
70,888.12

39, 008, 500

23, 078, 200

36, 630, 500. 00

57, 300, 000

62, 553, 700

51,468,511.47

365,000

278,000

335, 961.59

570,000
20,000

587, 000
8,000

226,189.99
69, 909. 64

955,000

873,000

632,061.22

82, 505, 000

76,* 221, 700

62,107, 619.41

5,000
367,000

52,000
222,000

5, 774. 74
142,433.10

372,000

Total, general fund construction

$500,000
3,041,000
1,460.000
650,000

274,000

148, 207.84

1,200,000

800,000

383,472.04

1,000,000
200,000
100,000
100,000

300,000

339,906.63
31,373.89
552.94

20,323,000

Water conservation and utilization projects (reimbursable)..
Vallpv Gravitv Canal and ctorasf6 oroicct Texas
Fort Peck project Montana (reimbursable)
Colorado front work and levee system
_
Total, Bureau of Reclamation

$3,000,000.00
500,000. 00
1,650,000. 00

29,014,000

National Park Service:
Blue Ridge, Natchez Trace, and George Washington Memorial
Physical improvements, buildings and utilities
Total National Park Service
Total, Department of the Interior

-

-

-

44,827, 750

24, 384,450

37, 780, 500.00

Department of Justice:
Penal and correctional institutions:
United States penitentiary, McNeil Island, Wash., construeBuildings and eouiDment Denal institutions
Total Department of Justice
Department of State:
Foreign Service: Foreign Service buildings fund

1,466,000

International Boundary Commission, United States and Mexico:
Lower Rio Grande flood control
-Rio Grande canalization
Rio Grande rectification project
Rio Grande emergency flood protection
Fence construction, international boundary, United States

787.600
217,500
144,400
100,000

220,000

144,000.00

100,000

50,000

56.07
Total, International Boundary Commission, United
States and Mexico
Total, Department of State

-

1,249.500

-

War Department (civil functions):
Corps of Engineers:
Maintenance and improvement of existing river and harbor
works
...
Flood control general •
"Rinnd control ffpnpral temfirfffincv fund.)
Flood control, Mississippi River and tributaries
Emergency fund for flood control on tributaries of Mississippi River
Flood control M"is^onri River atornearNiobrara Nebr
Flood control, Sacramento River, Calif
-

2, 715, 500

320,000

41,358,000
14,037,000

54,124,000
7,230,100

30,000,000

26,000,000

500,000

500,000

2,050,000

2,800,000

1,400,000

100,000
144,000.00

147,215,000.00
2 4, 385,100. 00
22, 000,000. 00
19,000, 000.00
3,000,100.00
2, 300, 000. 00

350,000

371,889.53

2,600,000

1,150,000

755,361. 57

60,000,000
21,000, 000

68,500,000
62, 500,000
13,000, 000
27, 750,000

62,777,227.74
63,964, 255.86
8, 560, 963.80
26, 522, 386. 51

2, 300, 000
10, 000
3,000, 000

2,322,991.44
699. 40
3, 222,963.04

26,000,000
500,000
14, 000
1, 500, 000

1 Excludes $700,000 unobligated balance of appropriations under this head repealed and carried to the surplus fund of the Treasury (Public Law 352, approved June 26,1944).
2 Excludes $4,000,000 unobligated balance of appropriation repealed and carried to surplus fund of the Treasury (Public Law 352, approved June 26,1944).




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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

6—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

GENERAL PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAM—Continued
War Department (civil functions)—Continued.
Corps of Engineers—Continued.
Power plant, Bonneville Dam, Columbia River, Oreg., construction
Power plant, Fort Peck Dam, Mont., construction
Maintenance and operation, certain Federal water mains
outside the District of Columbia
Alteration of bridges over navigable waters of the United
States
Working fund
Snecinl deoosit accounts
Total, War Department
Total, General Public Works Program
* Excess of credits, deduct.




$500, 000. 00

$1,000,000
1,000,000
$12,000

$12,000

12,000

265,000

$12,000

$2, 033.929.88
406, 904. 73

835,000
°98, 213.66
817,110. 74

87,957,000

90,666,1C0

98,400, 200. 00

109,291,000

179,907,000

170, 531, 219. 48

278, 983,250

185, 667, 546

254,699, 558. 00

393,812,000

411, 205, 700

372,290, 628.15

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 6—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Recommended,
IS 46

Actual, 1945

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

$6,000,000

$6,000,000

Actual, 1944

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
(See pp. 703-758)
Federal contribution.




$6,000,000

$6,000,000

$6,000,000

$6,000,000

A71

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

7

REAPPROPRIATIONS OF UNOBLIGATED BALANCES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]
REAPPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title *
E s t i m a t e d , 1946

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Architect of the Capitol:
Improving the Capitol Grounds
Maintenance Senate Office Buildin°"

$18,257
4,870

Library of Congress:
Security of collections

_

$29,324
29,324

82,595

$3,000
5,000

21,000
6,234

9,067

8,000

27, 234

9,067

632,905

3,343,928

1, 500,000,000

Total, legislative branch

59,468

92, 448, 357
1,407, 000
3, 900,000,000

130, 584, 399
13, 907,000
9, 580, 388,000

1, 500, 000,000

3,993, 855, 357

9, 724,879, 399

THE JUDICIARY

United States Supreme Court:
Preparation of rules for criminal proceedings
Preparation of rules for civil procedure

„

-.

- _ _.
~

._

Total, the Judiciary
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Executive Office of the President:
War

agencies

2

____

_ __

Emergency funds appropriated to the President:
Emerqency fund for the President, national defense.

.

Foreign war relief
Defense aid (lend-lease)'2

Total, emergency funds appropriated to the President

_

Employees' Compensation Commission:
Employees' compensation fund
National Mediation Board:
Arbitration and emergency boards

_

Total, Executive Office of the President and independent offices

_

1,501, 409, 430

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY
Office of Education:
Education and training, defense workers (national defense) Loans to students, national defense
_
Office of the Administrator:
Expenses of liquidation, National Youth Administration

4,861, 433
18,659

3.997, 525, 276

9, 733,103, 419

45,447, 747
2,071,468
78,000

NATIONAL HOUSING AGENCY
Office of the Administrator:
_
National defense housing, temporary housing
Emergency fund for the President, defense housing, temporary shelter
Federal Public Housing Authority:
_
_
_
Annual contributions

2,371,468

9,000,000

FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY
Office of the Administrator:
Liquidation of Public Works Administration

300,000

45, 525, 747

.__

Total, Federal Security Agency

Total, National Housing Agency

3,026,430
10, 584

1,409, 430

25, 649, 264

7, 500,000
7,000,000

_. . .
_

2,030,000

2,064,054

6,445,131

2,030,000

9, 564,054

13,445,131

800,000
4, 436, 662

343,959
3 , 0 2 0 , 985

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Agricultural Research Administration:
Bureau of Animal Industry:
Salaries and expenses
Emergency rubber project
War Food Administration:
Food Production Administration:
Agricultural Adjustment Agency:
Parity payments
Administration of Federal Crop Insurance Act_

. ._

10,000,000
350,000

1 Appropriation titles in italics are classified as "war activities."
2 Because of possible material changes in war conditions, the detailed estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1946 will be submitted to the Congress as a part of a supplementary budget in the spring of 1945. Consequently the reappropriations for the fiscal year 1946 are tentative.




A72

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE

7—Continued

REAPPROPRIATIONS OF UNOBLIGATED BALANCES OF GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
REAPPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title
Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued
War Food Administration—Continued.
Food Distribution Administration:
Exportation and domestic consumption of agricultural commodities—permanent annual appropriation

$100,700,000
115, 936, 662

Total, Department of Agriculture

$3, 714,944

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Office of Administrator of Civil Aeronautics:
Establishment of air-navigation facilities
Civil Aeronautics Administration 2

_ _

5, 683, 672
69, 026, 402
74, 710, 074

Total, Department of Commerce..
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Indian lands:
Redemption of restricted Tndian property subject to taxation.
. _ __
__ . _ ._
Purchase of improvements on lands, Havasupai Indian Reservation, Arizona
Industrial assistance and advancement: Suppressing contagious diseases of livestock on Indian reservations

$8,407, 632
154,142, 368
162, 550, 000

3,000
5,000
17, 568

5,636

5,971

44,318

66,372

25, 568

49, 954

72, 343

891, 645
2,162,997

2, 353, 499
59,648
1,989,177

3,054, 642

4, 402, 324

4, 888, 970

24, 508

38,101

53, 555
9,068

24, 508

38,101

62, 623

2, 020, 627

40, 000
2, 520, 627

2, 329, 434

Total, Fish and Wildlife Service

2, 020, 627

2, 560, 627

2, 329, 434

Total, Department of the Interior

5,125, 345

7, 051, 006

7, 353, 370

_

Total, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Bureau of Mines:
Construction and equipment of electrodevelopment laboratory
Construction and equipment of helium plants
Development of processes for recovery of waste metals (national defense)
Helium production..

.

_. _ .
._

Total, Bureau of Mines
National Park Service:
Water rights, National Park Service
Recreational resources of Denison Dam and Reservoir project, Texas and Oklahoma
Total, National Park Service
Fish and Wildlife Service:
Maintenance of mammal and bird reservations
Migratory bird conservation fund (receipt limitation)..

.

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Office of the Secretary:
Salaries and expenses Division of Labor Standards (national defense)

342,164
3, 423, 706
1,123,100

40,000

NAVY DEPARTMENT

Navy Department .

5, 000, 000

8,011,070

24, 975

266, 858

13, 000,000, 000

32, 767, 558, 545

15,176, 410, 288

9,631,000

38, 642,871

94,473, 648

14, 634,140, 437

36, 958,414,050

25, 223,726,178

DEPARTMENT OF STATE
International obligations:
Salaries and expenses International Boundary Commission, United States and Mexico
WAR DEPARTMENT
Military

functionsJ

_
GENERAL PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAM

Tennessee Valley Authority fund
Grand total reappropriations of unobligated balances

2 Because of possible material changes in war conditions, the detailed estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1946 will be submitted to the Congress as a part of a supplementary budget in the spring of 1945. Consequently the reappropriations for the fiscal year 1946 are tentative.




A73

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 8

CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS TO LIQUIDATE CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS1
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]
Recommended, 1946
Organization unit and appropriation title 3

New contract
authorizations

Executive Office of the President:
War agencies
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics:
Ames aeronautical laboratory
United States Maritime Commission
Federal Works Agency:
Public Roads Administration:
Federal-aid, highway system
Federal-aid, secondary or feeder roads
E limination of grade crossings
Urban highways
Access roads
Surveys and plans
Inter-American Highway
Strategic highway network

Appropriations
to liquidate contract authorizations 3

4 $3, 500,000

Actual, 1945
New contract
authorizations

Actual, 1944

Appropriations
to liquidate contract authorizations 3

$4,000,000

5 5. 700,000,000

30,000,000
3,000,000
6,000, 000

$2,500,000

6, 737,877, 244

225, 000,000
150,000,000

New contract
authorizations

40, 000, 000
3,000,000

$18,000,000
$3, 707, 500
1,107,005, 694

40,000, 000

125,000, 000
35, 000, 000
3, 000, 000
1, 000, 000
10, 000, 000

__.

Total, Federal Works Agency

88, 000, 000

40,000,000
4, 000,000

30,000,000

75, 000, 000
3,000, 000

6,000,000
10,000,000

10,000,000
506, 000, 000

97, 000,000

30,000,000

Department of Agriculture:
Forest roads and trails
Parity payments

128,000,000

2, 537,168
159, 741,310

Total, Department of Agriculture

162, 278, 478
^ $3,184,301,000

4 5,179, 931,400

3,134,931,400

10, 746,060,000

14, 008,114, 209

War Department:
Panama Canal
Total

Appropriations
to liquidate contract authorizations 3

10, 234,194, 400
150,000

3,184, 301, 000

5, 271,431,400

9,343, 431,400

17, 584, 937, 244

14,056,114, 209

11, 635, 336, 072

i This table is explained in appendix 1.
* Appropriation titles in italics are classified as "war activities."
3
The appropriations in this table are included in the amounts shown in table 6 for the corresponding appropriations.
4
Because of possible material changes in war conditions, the detailed estimates of contract authorizations and appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations for the fiscal
year 1946 will be submitted to the Congress as a part of a supplementary budget in the spring of 1945. Consequently the estimates for the fiscal year 1946 are tentative.
6
Made immediately available by legislation in the Independent Offices Appropriation Act approved June 27, 1944.




A74

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 9

NET EXPENDITURES OF GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS AND CREDIT AGENCIES
From checking accounts with the Treasurer of the United States
[For the fiscal years 1946,1945, and 1944]

Classification

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

War activities (net):

Reconstruction Finance Corporation.

$600,000,000

$1,000,000,000

$2,681,633,923. 52

100,000,000

500, 000,000
42,913,400
4,000,000
66, 000
819,155,175
176,000

61, 687,891.48
888,810, 200.00
2,603,000.00
114,091,000. 00
3 720,188, 700. 00
895,865,000.00

Redemption of obligations in the market (net):'
Guaranteed by United States:
Commodity Credit Corporation..Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation
Federal Housing Administration.._
Federal Public Housing Authority
Home Owners' Loan Corporation._.
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Not guaranteed by United States:
Federal home loan banks
Federal land banks *
_
_
Federal National Mortgage Association...
Home Owners' Loan Corporation
_.

2,000,000

15,000,000
540, 000,000

18,000,000
490,000, 000

657, 000,000

1, 874,459,075

500,000,000

1,000,000,000

° 2,000,000
13, 000, 000
• 250, 000,000
400, 000,000

« 4,000, 000
6,000,000
« 300,000,000
a
50, 000,000

a

688,000,000

« 876,170,000

a

3

148, 500

Total, redemption of obligations in the market (net).

« 22,963, 600. 00
157,930,100. 00
55, 352, 000. 00
16, 625. 00
2,873, 580, 916. 48

Other activities (net):
Commodity Credit Corporation
Export-Import Bank of Washington..
Federal Housing Administration
Federal Public Housing Authority
Home Owners' Loan Corporation
Reconstruction Finance Corporation..
Rural Electrification Administration..
Other agencies *

Total, other activities (net)
Total, net expenditures from checking accounts .

27,000,000

1, 230, 000,000

224, 716,819.14
109, 584. 39
a
2, 378,865. 04
15,116, 864. 86
° 396,486, 281. 01
a
246, 669,024. 24
« 1, 062,135. 40
* 745,493,128. 20

224,170,000

»1,152,146,165. 50

2, 650, 289, 075

4,403, 068, 674. SO

° Excess of credits, deduct.
This table is explained in appendix 1.
Includes net sales or redemptions of obligations by the Treasurer of the United States asfiscalagent, but does not include other sales and redemptions by the issuing agencies.
3
Excludes redemptions of $700 not reflected as cash transactions.
4
Redemptions of obligations in the market by the Federal land banks arefinancedby deposits made by the land banks with the Treasurer of the United States, these deposits
appear as excess of credits in "Other activities (net)."
1

2




A75

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 10

LIMITATIONS ON CERTAIN LOANS AND EXPENSES OF GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS AND CREDIT AGENCIES1
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]
LIMITATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title

Executive Office of the President:
War agencies 2
Independent Offices:
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation: Administration expenses
Federal Works Agency:
Office of the Administrator, Public Works Administration: Administrative expenses.
National Housing Agency:
Office of the Administrator:
Salaries and expenses i
Cost of handling penalty mail«
Federal Home Loan Bank Administration:
Administrative expenses
Federal Housing Administration:
...
Administrative expenses
Renovation and modernization insurance—payment of losses
Federal Public Housing Authority: Administrative expenses 8
United States Housing Corporation: Liquidation
Total, National Housing Agency
Department of Agriculture:
War Food Administration:
Commodity Credit Corporation: Administrative expenses
Farm Security Administration:
Loans and grants, rural rehabilitation 10
Loans and grants under title I, Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act, July 22, 1937 10Rural Electrification Administration: Loans to States, etc. 10 - ...
Farm Credit Administration, Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation: Administrative expenses.
Total, Department of AgricultureDepartment of Commerce:
Loan Agencies (Commerce): Administrative expenses »
Reconstructior Finance Corporation and its affiliated organizations: *2 Administrative expenses..
Total, Government corporations and credit agencies
1

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

$14, 399,100

$14, 340, 000

3, 310, 000

Actual, 1944

$17, 622, 625

3, 800, 000

3,711,577
3 35,100

(499, 000)
(268, 783)

(500, 000)
(299,450)

(508, 780)

7, 528, 700

10, 853, 825

11, 746, 200

10, 558,000
6 3, 000,000
2, 350, 000

10, 484, 635
e 5, 000, 000
2, 772, 940
s 98, 000

23, 436, 700

29, 209, 400

31, 306,030

6, 565, 000

7, 208, 526

5, 405,000

125, 000, 000
50,000,000
150, 000, 000
6, 450,000

67, 500, 000
15,000, 000
25, 000,000
8, 200,000

67, 500, 000
30, 000, 000

338, 015,000

122, 908, 526

111,105,000

(91, 000)
35, 600,000

(120,000)
i3ll,5OO,OOO

(150, 000)
» 10, 558, 000

414, 760, 800

181, 757, 926

174, 338, 332

11,159, 830
5,000, 000
3, 400, 000

7

8, 200, 000

This table is explained in appendix 1.
Because of possible material changes in war conditions, the detailed estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1946 will be submitted to the Congress as a part of a supplementary budget in the spring of 1945. Consequently, the estimated limitations for the fiscal year 1946 are tentative.
3
Made available from Public Works Administration Appropriation Act of 1938.
4
Funds for the administrative expenses of the Office of the Administrator, shown in parentheses, are provided by contributions from the constituent agencies.
5 This amount is derived by transfer from the funds of the constituent units of the National Housing Agency available for administrative expenses.
6
From "Title I, insurance Federal Housing Administration revolving fund."
7 From "Title I, insurance Federal Housing Administration revolving fund," $2,000,000; by allocation from Reconstruction Finance Corporation funds, $3,000,000.
8
Formerly United States Housing Authority.
9
Together with the unexpended balance of the item of $173,000 under this head, in the Second Deficiency Appropriation Act of 1942.
*° Made available through loans from Reconstruction Finance Corporation.
11
Funds for "Administrative expenses, loan agencies (Commerce)" are provided by allocation from Reconstruction Finance Corporation and its affiliated organizations.
12
Includes The R F C Mortgage Company, the Federal National Mortgage Association, the Disaster Loan Corporation, the Metals Reserve Company, the Rubber Reserve Com*
pany, the Defense Supplies Corporation, the War Damage Corporation, and the Defense Plant Corporation.
13
Includes The R F C Mortgage Company but does not include the other affiliated organizations.
2

602000—45




A76

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 11

RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS
Based on present legislation
[For the fiscal years 1946,1945, and 1944]
Source

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

Unemployment trust fund:
Deposits by States (net)
.
Railroad unemployment insurance account:
Deposits by Railroad Retirement Board
Transfers from railroad unemployment insurance administration fund (act Oct. 10, 1940)
._
Interest on investments

$1, 256, 220, 898

$1, 349, 306, 970.12

99,000,000
9, 729,000
154,738,063

119,700,000
8, 948, 000
126, 210, 781

109, 374, 997. 72
11, 699, 700. 00
96, 527,764. 42

1,362,878, 063

Total, Veterans' life insurance funds._.
Federal employees' retirement funds:
Civil-service retirement and disability fund:
Deduction frorn salaries etc
Interest and profits on investments
Transfers from general fund—United States share
District of Columbia share
_

_

_

823,052, 000
67,483,000
516, 228, 342

781,144,957.94
22,190,004.10
101. 208, 962. 49

1, 406, 763, 342

904, 513, 924. 53

50,136, 500
39,862, 200

55, 253, 363. 46
38,891,038.56

89, 998, 700

94,144, 402.02

2,019,366,200

_

1,496,762,042

998,688,326. 55

337,948, 564
77, 027, 379
245,000, 000
1,220,000

-

_

Canal Zone retirement and disability fund:
Deductions from salaries, etc
Interest on investments
Transfers from general fund—United States share

-

307, 226, 457
70,024,890
194, 500, 000
1, 290, 875

267,155, 789.09
52, 767, 637. 64
175,104, 000.00
889, 037. 00

661,195, 943

.

Total, civil-service retirement and disability fund

573, 042,222

495, 916, 463. 73

Alaska Railroad retirement fund:
Contributions
_
Interest on investments
Transfers from general fund—United States share

..
-

-

_

Total, Foreign Service retirement and disability fund
Total, Federal employees, retirement funds

._

._

_

Total, railroad retirement account
Other trust accounts:
Legislative branch:
Library of Congress catalog card fees, deposits
Library of Congress copyright fees, deposits
Depository sets of Library of Congress catalog cards, deposits..

-

_

176, 000
77, 000
175,000

171, 531. 06
67, 757. 37
175, 000. 00

477,590

428, 000

414, 288.43

275,000
300,000
910,500

272, 297. 37
277, 847. 96
865,600.00

1,497,800

-

2,817, 264.95

1,485, 500

1, 415, 745. 33

666,315,266

577,970,977

500,563,762,44

15,000,000
359,498,000

9, 837,049. 21
262,720,000.00

260,232,000

374,498,000

272, 557,049. 21

70,000
50,000

-.

Total, Alaska Railroad retirement fund

3, 015,255

181, 280
79, 310
217,000

-_

1, 278,300. 73
361,964. 22
1,177,000.00

19,000,000
241,232,000

. . . . . .

1,421, 295
416,960
1,177, 000

275,000
300,000
922,800

-

1,520, 786
446,147
1,177, 000
3,143,933

Total, Canal Zone retirement and disability fund

Foreign Service retirement and disability fund:
Deductions from salaries, etc
Interest on investments
Transfers from general fund—United States share

1, 362, 692,147.02

89,126, 200

Total, Government life insurance fund

1, 423, 043,773

48,615, 500
40, 510,700

Government life-insurance fund:
Premiums and other receipts
Interest and profit on investments

103,177,087.09
1,259,515,059.93

1.930, 240, 000

Total, national service life insurance fund

129,983,773
1, 293,060,000

840, 240,000
90,000,0C0
1, 000,000, 000

Veterans' life insurance funds:
National service life insurance fund:
Premiums
Interest and profits on investments
Transfers from general fund

1, 566,909,432. 26

1, 753,683,112

Total. Federal old-age and survivors' insurance trust fund

1,511,079,679

153, 803,112
1,599,880,000

Federal old-age and survivors' insurance trust fund:
Interest on investments
Net appropriation from general fund receipts




A c t u a l , 1944

$1,099,411,000

Total, unemployment trust fund.

Railroad retirement account:
Interest on investments
Transfer from general fund

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

70,000
50,000

71, 415. 23
61,175.95
7,172.09

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 11—Continued

RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source
Other trust accounts—Continued.
Legislative branch—Continued.
Library of Congress gift fund
_.
Library of Congress trust fund investment account
Library of Congress trust fund permanent loan account
Government Printing Office, Superintendent of Documents, unearned proceeds of sale of publications..
Oliver Wendell Holmes Memorial fund, deposits

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

$30,000
20,000

$30,000
20,000

1,150,000

1,150.000

1,320,000

1,320,000

1, 686,174. 22

4,000,000
275,000
5,000
2,000

4,000,000
275,000
5,000
2,000

4,013, 244. 72
274, 308. 53
4,634. 52
1, 748. 24

4,282,000

4,282,000

4, 293, 936. 01

320,000

3,000
420,000

6,031. 50
594, 240. 01

400,000

600,000

1,156, 229. 66

50,000
7,500
195, 742
2,900

100,000
7,500
196,730
3,500

179,759.92
4, 686. 79
197, 660. 20
5, 552. 34
1.37

800

800

1,500

1,500

20,000

7,000

2,000.00
802.14
494.93
6, 369.88

120,000
960,000

1,053,000
120,000
950,000

215,712. 57
119, 516.31
934,196.80

140,900

641,000
1,000
9,000,000

746,497.42
2,264.96

Total, adjusted-service certificate fund.

140,900

9,642,000

748,762.38

Miscellaneous trust accounts:
Funds due incompetent beneficiaries, deposits..
General post fund, national homes, deposits
Personal funds of patients, deposits

160,000
100. 000
4, 500, 000

160,000
100,000
4, 500. 000

272,982. 40
181,666.19
5, 766, 665.94

Total, legislative branch.
The Judiciary:
Deposits of collections:
Clerks of the United States district courts
Clerks of the United States circuit courts of appeals
Clerk of tho United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.
._
Clerk of Emergency Court of Appeals...
Total, the Judiciary..
Executive Office of the President and independent offices:
Canal Zone Biological Area fund, deposits
_...
_
Deposits, compensation awards, property requisitioned for national defense
_
_
Deposits, by State agencies, supply and distribution of farm labor, employment services, War Manpower Commission
Employees Compensation Commission, relief and rehabilitation and interest on investments, Longshoremen
and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act.
Federal Communications Commission, receipts, international telecommunication settlements
Federal Power Commission, licenses under Federal Power Act from Indian reservations
General Accounting Office, withholdings from contractors for wage adjustments, act of Aug. 30. 1935
General Accounting Office, funds due Paul Hoffman
Interstate Commerce Commission:
Deposits, unearned permit fees
Deposits, unearned fees, admission of attorneys.
National Archives:
National Archives trust fund donations
Franklin D. Roosevelt Library income account, deposits
Franklin D. Roosevelt Library gift fund, donations
Securities and Exchange Commission, deposits, unearned fees
National Capital Housing Authority:
Loan by United States Housing Authority for low-rent housing fund
Langston management, deposits
_
Completed properties, deposits
Veterans' Administration:
Adjusted-service certificate fund:
Interest on investments
Interest on loans
_
Transfers from general fund..

Total, Veterans' Administration.

4,900,900
• •-

Welfare and Recreational Association of Public Buildings and Grounds, receipts.
Total, Executive Office of the President and independent offices.
Federal Security Agency:
Civilian Conservation Corps:
Deposit account
_
_.
Proceeds, estates of deceased and mentally incompetent enrolled members.
Food and Drug Administration:
Deposits, sea food inspection fees.
_
Deposits, insulin certification fees
Deposits, coal tar colors, certification fees
Freedmen's Hospital:
Contributions, unconditional gift fund
Public Health Service:
Contributions and interest on investments, National Institute of Health conditional gift fund.
Contributions to National Cancer Institute:
Unconditional gift fund
Conditional gift fund
,
Narcotic farm, deposits of personal funds and earnings of inmates
Proceeds from effects and moneys of former patients
_
Deposits, erection or support of hospitals for sick or disabled seamen
• Excess of credits, deduct.




, i

$87,104. 98
27, 936. 57
24,123.42
1,383,329.79
33. 916.19

2, 485. 00
610.00

14,402.000

6,970,076.91

15, 000. 000

14,985, 296. 21

32,865,030

25,381,722.54

,

15, 000, 000
1
1
. : :=
:
21.979,342

24.20
10,000
1,000
5,000

10,000
1,000
5,000

200

200

5,000

18,542.00
• 963.75

5,000

•7,449.88
200.00
3,357.50

65,000
4,000

65,000
4,000

150.00
300.00
118,565.25
5,195.10
23.57

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 11—Continued

RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source
Other trust accounts—Continued.
Federal Security Agency—Continued.
Saint Elizabeths Hospital:
Personal funds of patients
Personal funds of student nurses
Pension money
Contributions, Saint Elizabeths Hospital, unconditional gift fund-.
Total, Federal Security Agency

Estimated, 1946

$300,000

176,000

160,000

586,200

550,200

571,260.96

94,500
45,000

26,725. 00
*445,209. 41

49, 500

0

a

Total, Federal Works Agency-

Total, National Housing AgencyDepartment of Agriculture:
Forest Service:
Cooperative fund
War Food Administration:
Food Production Administration:
Agricultural Adjustment Agency:
Grain moisture content and grade determination for Commodity Credit Corporation, deposits by
producers
Deposits, indemnity fund, county associations
Deposits of undistributed cotton price adjustment payments
Farm Security Administration:
Resettlement and rural rehabilitation projects, deposits
Assets of State rural rehabilitation corporations, deposits
Reserve for maintenance and repair, lease and purchase agreements, deposits
Deposits toward purchase price, lease and purchase contracts
-;_____.
Food Distribution Administration:
Marketing Service:
Collections, distilled spirits industry, parity payments
Deposits of fees, inspection and grading of farm products
Deposits by producers, expenses, grading of agricultural commodities for Commodity Credit Corporation
Commodity stamp trust fund, transfers from general fund
Miscellaneous trust accounts:
Deposits of miscellaneous contributed funds
Deposits, unearned fees and other charges, sec. 8a (4), Commodity Exchange Act
...
Deposits to secure payments for reproduction of photographs, mosaics, and maps
Total, Department of Agriculture..
Department of Commerce:
Bureau of the Census, deposits, special statistical work
Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, deposits, special statistical work_
Patent Office, deposits, unearned fees
Total, Department of CommerceDepartment of the Interior:
Grazing Service:
Contributions, grazing districts
Deposits, unearned proceeds, lands, etc., grazing service-.
General Land Office:
Deposits, public survey work
Trustee funds, Alaska town sites
Deposits, unearned proceeds, lands, etc

1,690,000

1, 750,000
° 250, 000

$310,545.13
71.26
122, 504.84
135. 35

418,484. 41

1, 651,130. 88
573, <t

2 a

° 80, 000
° 20,000

77,057.03

° 10,000
1,500

1, 397. 93

5,000

4, 316. 74

1, 611, 500

1,486, 500

1,159, 913. 62

2, 000, 000

2, 000, 000

3,106, 014. 46

1,000,000

1,000,000
15,000
2,000

1, 517, 263. 45
2,373. 94
2,158. 78

5,000,000
50
5,000

600,000
6,000,000
200
15,000

1,125, 559. 34
7, 774,088. 61
623. 47
111,499.55

4, 400, 000

5,000, 000

72,325.36
4, 658, 433.19

623,168

541, 000

1,500
10,000

1,000
150,000

a

553, 245. 00
2,840,031. 50

100,000
13, 500
30, 700

125,000
12, 500
30, 700

499, 572.99
11,970.00
28,082.17

13, 323,418

15, 341,400

16, 623,178.81

150,000
1,500
50,000

85,000
5,930
50,000

53, 685.98
14, 265. 73
43, 778. 39

201, 500

140, 930

111, 730.10

125, 000

125, 000

109,666. 23
° 8,442.98

10,000
2,000
450,000

10, 000
2,000
450, 000

5,947.87
55.30
1, 793,980.33

° Excess of credits, deduct.
1 Result of transfer of excess receipts from trust fund account to the general fund receipt account "Sale of scrap and salvaged materials."
2
Result of transfer of earned portion of deposits to the general fund.




A c t u a l , 1944

$320,000

Federal Works Agency:
Public Roads Administration:
Contributions from States, etc., cooperative work, strategic network of highways..
Proceeds, sale of materials acquired under scrap-collection program

National Housing Agency:
Deposits, operation and maintenance of resettlement projects, Federal Public Housing Authority, act of Dec.
18, 1941 (55 Stat. 838)
Deposits, unearned collections, title I, National Housing Act, as amended
Deposits, recoveries on real properties acquired under insurance granted prior to July 1,1939, title I, National
Housing Act
Deposits, reserve for maintenance and repair, lease and purchase agreements, Federal Public Housing Authority, act of June 26, 1934
Deposits toward purchase price, lease and purchase contracts, Federal Public Housing Authority, act of June
26, 1934

Estimated, 1945

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 11—Continued

RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source
Other trust accounts—Continued.
Department of the Interior—Continued.
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Contributions of funds for Indian projects
.___•
Deposits, leases, etc., Pawnee Indian Agency and school reservices, Oklahoma
Proceeds of sales and leases of Indian lands, etc
Annette Islands reserve, Alaska, deposits, leases, etc
Proceeds of labor (act June 13, 1930)
Proceeds of labor, Indian moneys, agencies, schools, etc
Puye Cliff Kuins, New Mexico, admission fees
Indian ceded lands, receipts due to Indians under Grazing Act, June 28, 1934
Bureau of Reclamation:
Contributions to reclamation fund
Southwestern Power Administration:
Deposits from sale and transmission of electric energy, Grand River Dam project, Oklahoma:
Operating revenues
Public Works Administration loan and grant funds
National Park Service:
Donations for lands, etc
Preservation of birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, interest on endowment fund
Contributions to national park trust fund
Income on investments
Fish and Wildlife Service:
Deposits, contributed funds
Fox and fur seal industries, Pribilof Islands, advances
»
Deposits, unearned proceeds, sales of furs
Government in the Territories:
Funds contributed for improvement of roads, bridges, and related works, Alaska
Total, Department of the InteriorDepartment of Justice:
Legal activities and general administration:
United States marshals, deposits of collections
Immigration and Naturalization Service:
Deposits of funds of ah'ens who became public charges.__
Deposits to secure payment of fines and passage money.
Federal Prison System:
Deposits of funds of Federal prisoners
Deposits of commissary funds, Federal prisons
Total, Department of Justice..
Navy Department:
Contributions to IT. S. Naval Academy Museum fund
Contributions to U. S. Naval Academy, general gift fund
Bequest of Dudley J. Wolfe to U. S. Naval Academy
Profit from sale of ships' stores
Navy fines and forfeitures, deposits
._.
Pay of the Navy, deposits
Navy hospital fund, deposits
Pay of the Marine Corps, deposits
...
Proceeds from effects of deceased employees, Navy Department-.
National defense housing projects, deposits, rents

Total, Navy Department.

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

$3, 500

A c t u a l , 1944

$10,982.80
1,204. 80
4,877, 429. 45
99,403.19
2,156, 427. 66
569, 094. 78
1, 200. 00

$4,800,000
100,000
2,099, 400
600, 000

4, 750,000
100,000
2,145,750
600,000

1, 278, 200

605,100

1, 663, 659.14

1, 500, 000

1,863, 000

1,854,949. 37
24, 719.45

20, 000
2,300
1,500
500

20, 000
2,300
1,500
500

29, 750.00
2,030. 00
68.00
500. 76

5,000
100,000
1,000

5,000
100,000
1,000

13, 328. 54
51, 875. 00
a
8, 352. 67

81, 800

80, 000

83, 336. 67

11,176, 700

10, 864, 650

13, 332, 987.12

500, 000

490, 000

325, 404. 40

2,000
23, 000

1,000
23, 000

2,603.11
11,698.00

1, 550,000
675,000

1, 525,000
660. 000

1,429,409. 63
608, 687. 53

2, 750, 000

2, 699,000

2, 377, 802. 67

3,000,000

3,000,000

604,000

510,000

2, 250,000

2,300,000

40,000

40,000

1,008. 25
85, 000. 00
3 ° 85,000. 00
3,152, 788.08
3,442, 713. 62
541,043. 33
2, 825,055.06
1, 738, 320.17
118.06
« 197,064. 72

5,894,000

5,850,000

11, 503,981. 85

448,000

509, 480.20

State Department.
Settlement of claims, Special Claims Commission, under art. 2 of convention, Apr. 24,1934, between the United
States and Mexico
Settlement of claims, Special Claims Commission, under art. 1 of agreement, Oct. 25,1934, between the United
States and Turkey _ _.
Collections from shipping companies for repatriation of American seamen
Deposits of collections, Mexican claims fund
»
Deposits, Mexican claims fund, expropriation of petroleum properties and default of bonds
Wages due American seamen
Estates of decedents
Deposits, unearned passport and application fees

Total, State Department-.
a
3

Excess of credits, deduct.
Transferred to "Contributions to U. i!. Naval Academy general gift fund."




100,000

100,000

2, 500,000
4,085,000
40,000
500

2, 500,000
4,085,000
40,000
500

528.80
2, 500,000.00
12,796,391.04
40, 466.59
« 511. 32
« 214, 656. 99

6, 725, 500

7,173, 500

15, 631, 698. 32

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 11—Continued

RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source
Other trust accounts—Continued.
Treasury Department:
Fiscal service:
Proceeds of assets of Liberty Loan associations of banks and trust companies of New York
Proceeds of Government obligations held for rightful owners
Proceeds from redemption of undelivered Liberty Loan bonds belonging to subscribers whose whereabouts
are unknown
.
Bureau of Internal Revenue:
American Samoa, coconut-oil tax, internal revenue
_
Philippine Islands, internal revenue collections
_
Philippine Islands, coconut-oil tax, internal revenue
_
Puerto Rico, internal revenue collectionsPuerto Rico and Virgin Islands, deposits for expenses, Treasury Department, enforcement title III, National Prohibition Act, as amended
_
_
...
United States Processing Tax Board of Review:
Deposits, unearned fees and costs...

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

• $799. 62
85.75
• 1,921. 29
$2, 200
5,000
15,000
23,000

$2, 200
5,000
45,000
23,000

40,800

2,167.20
4,909.08
1,517,741.02

47,880

725,575.68
47,884.00

Total, War Department..
Dist ict of Columbia:
Revenues
Transfer from general fund (Federal contribution).
Total, District of Columbia.
Mis ellaneous trust accounts:
Deposits, miscellaneous and excess collections
_
_
Deposits of unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are known
Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts arc unknown
Unclaimed moneys due creditors of contractors with the United States under cost-plus-a-nxed-fee contract..
Total, miscellaneous trust accounts..
Increment resulting from reduction in the weight of the gold dollar..
Total

376.85
2, 296, 018. 67

12,000,000
100,000, 000
500, 000, 000
150, 000
25, 000
800,000
279

54.101.12
69,822, 554. 68
155,188, 434. 55
146,124.94
25,076. 53
495,619.32
278.87

3,405,300
15,000
40,000
10,000

3,335.900
15,000
80,000
200,000

70.18
3,320,868.95
14,396. 42
32, 788.64
1,776,545.17

36,000
5,000,000
52,500
15,000
100,000

36,000
20,000,000
100,000
67, 500
129, 356
1,000,000

36.667.13
13, 311,377.93
1,456,666.43
409, 500.00
431,498.99
2,339,070.00

469,194,079

637,939,035

248,861,639. 85

63, 538, 300
6,000,000

65,462,933
6,000,000

66, 718,651.00
6,000,000.00

19, 538,300

71,462,933

72, 718,651.00

500
500
83,725
20,300

500
501
94, 054
* 40, 300

• 615.08
1,375. 33
104, 266.18
65,242.82

105,025

135,355

170,269. 25

100,000
=
608,873,564

150,000

171, 591.10

792,433,113

416,474,071. 68
-65,163,200.69

792,433,113

351,310,870.99

6,671,348,205

War Department:
Funds held for military personnel and related units overseas
^
,
Pay of the Army, deposit fund
Personal funds of military and civilian personnel located overseas, deposits
Proceeds from effects of mentally incompetent soldiers
Proceeds from estates of deceased personnel
_
-..
Proceeds from estates of deceased soldiers, Regular Army
Interest on investments, bequest of Maj. Gen. Fred C. Ainsworth to Walter Reed General Hospital
Proceeds from redemption of undelivered Liberty Loan bonds belonging to subscribers whose whereabouts are
unknown
__
Soldiers' Home permanent fund
Fort Monroe, Va., contributions for sewerage system
National defense housing projects (U. S. Housing Authority), deposits, rents
Deposits, operating costs of plants by Army under Executive orders
Deposits, unapplied balances from class A pay reservations of mentally incompetent and deceased employees,
United States War Savings bonds
Deposits, fund of civilian internees and prisoners of war
_
Moneys collected by United States forces in occupied territory or under martial law, Territory of Hawaii
Contributions for river and harbor improvements
_
Contribution of funds for flood control
Refund of unapplied balances under class B allotments, United States War Savings bonds

123,080

608,873,564

Total, Treasury Department..

6,175,787,584

5,052,721, 588.47

86,000

10, 000, 000
50, 000, 000
400, 000, 000
100, 000
20, 000
400,000
279

Adjustments to daily Treasury statement basis.
Total other trust accounts
Total receipts, trust accounts
» Excess of credits, deduct.




A81

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

12

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS 1
By fund and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1946, 1945, and 1944]

APPROPRIATIONS
Fund and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

A c t u a l , 1945

EXPENDITURES
Estimated, 1946

A c t u a l , 1944

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

Unemployment trust fund:

Investments in United States securities
_
Eailroad unemployment insurance account
State accounts:
Withdrawals by States
Transfer to railroad unemployment account (act of June 25,
1938)

$1, 292, 378, 063
500, 000
$1, 362, 878, 063

Total, unemployment trust fund

$1, 503, 000, 000.00
591, 283. 79

70,000, 000

65, 000. 000

59, 999, 500. 00

1, 362, 878, 063

$1, 511, 079, 679 $1, 567, 470, 827. 00

$1, 449, 458, 781
500, 000

1, 514, 958, 781

1, 563.. 590, 783. 79

301, 000,000
1,452,683,112

238, 000, 000
1,191,108, 890

184, 597, 363. 80
1,172, 035,880. 00

1, 362, 878, 063

1, 511, 079, 679

1, 567, 470,827. 00

1, 753, 683,112

1. 423, 043, 773

1, 362, 698, 361. 00

1, 753, 683,112

1, 423, 043, 773

1, 362, 698, 361. 00

1, 753, 683,112

1, 429,108, 890

1. 356. 633, 243. 80

J

1, 930, 240, 000

1, 406, 763, 342

910, 790, 515. 00

1, 670, 740, 000
259, 500, 000

1, 256, 567, 342
150,196, 000

861. 700, 000. 00
31, 365, 551. 92

|

89,126, 200

89,998, 700

94, 088, 379. 00

25, 749, 500
63. 376, 700

40, 797, 400
49, 201, 300

60, 042, 266 12
33, 592. 938. 92

2,019. 366, 200

1, 496, 762, 042

1, 004, 878, 894. 00

2, 019, 366, 200

1, 496, 762, 042

986, 700, 756. 96

661,195, 943

573,042, 222

498,151, 836. 00

130, 781, 915
530, 414,028

3,143, 933

3,015,255

2,817,558.00

477, 590

428, 000

414, 288. 00

220,935
256, 655

214, 500
221, 220

202 562. 30
203, 000. 00

1, 497, 800

1, 485, 500

1,415,778.00

- 590. 000
907, 800

590,000
895, 500

512.641.60
897, 000. 00

666, 315, 268

577, 970, 977

502, 799,460.00

666, 315, 266

582,464.090

495,581.500.69

260, 232,000

374, 498, 000

272, 557, 050. 00

148, 500,000

112,000,000

142,000,000
232, 000,000

134. 415, 832. 07
140, 500, 000. 00

260, 232,000

374, 498, 000

272, 557,050. 00

260, 500,000

374,000,000

274, 915, 832. 07

Federal old-age and survivors' insurance trust fund:

Benefit payments
Investments in United States securities

..

Total, Federal old-age and survivors' insurance trust fund
Veterans' life-insurance funds:
National service life-insurance fund:
Investments in United States securities
Insurance losses and refunds _Government life insurance fund:
Investments in United States securities
Insurance losses and refunds

.. -

_.

Total, veterans' life-insurance funds

J
I

1

Federal employees' retirement funds:

Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Annuities and refunds
Investments in United States securities
Canal Zone retirement and disability fund:
Annuities and refunds
Investments in United States securities
Alaska Railroad retirement and disability fund:
Annuities and refunds ...
Investments in United States securities
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund:
Annuities and refunds
Investments in United States securities

.. ... ...

Total, Federal employees' retirement funds

j

{

1,761,510
1, 382,423

131,007,237 ^
446, 429,160
•
1, 646, 271
1, 460, 202

100. 476. 706. 54
390, 592.000.00
1.470,590.25
1, 227,000. 00

Railroad retirement account:

Benefit payments
Investments in United States securities
Total, railroad-retirement account
Other trust accounts:
Legislative branch:
House of Representatives:
Special deposit account:
Federal tax withholdings
Architect of the Capitol:
Oliver Wendell Holmes Memorial Fund
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings .
Other
Library of Congress:
Gift fund
Income from investment account
Contributions to permanent loan account
Unearned copyright fees
Unearned catalog card fees
Expenses of depository sets of Library of Congress
catalog card sets
Special deposit account
Special deposit account, Federal tax withholdings
° Excess of credits, deduct.
1
This table is explained in appendix 1.




1

33, 712. 30
33, 916. 19
" 20, 447. 28
« 3, 910. 37
30,000
20,000

30, 000
20, 000

10,000
1,000

10, 000
1,000

90,105. 00
27,937.00
24,123.00
20,000.00
1, 000.00

30, 000
26, 000

120, 000
26,100

97. 297. 98
27, 660. 27

14,000
1,000

14, 400
1,000

10, 778. 30
167.96

7,172.00
75,026. 91
« 102, 927. 94

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 12—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
*

Fund and appropriation title

Other trust accounts—Continued.
Legislative branch—Continued.
Government Printing Office:
Unearned proceeds of sale, etc., of publications, Superintendent of Documents
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds.__
Total, legislative branch.
The Judiciary:
Fees and other collections, clerks of United States district
.__
courts
Special deposit account
Special deposit account, Federal tax withholdings...
Total, the Judiciary
Executive Office of the President and independent offices:
Executive Office of the President, special deposit accounts:
The White House Office:
Special deposit account
Bureau of the Budget:
Special deposit account. _ .
National Resources Planning Board:
Special deposit account
War agencies2 ..
__
_ .
. .
American Battle Monuments Commission:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings- - - _ _____
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds ._
American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of
Artistic and fiistoric Monuments in War Areas:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
_
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
Bituminous Coal Consumers' Counsel:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds _ _ __ _
Other
Board of Investigation and Research—Transportation:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
._ _ . _ . _
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
.
Canal Zone Biological Area fund
_ _ _ _.. _
Civil Service Commission:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings. . . . ._ _. Pav-roll allotments, War bonds
Other
Employees' Compensation Commission:
Relief and rehabilitation, Longshoremen's and Harbor
Workers'Compensation Act-.
_ _. _
Relief and rehabilitation, District of Columbia Workmen's Compensation ActSpecial deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
Other_.
_- ...
Federal Communications Commission:
International telecommunication settlements
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds. _.. . .
Other.
Federal Emergency Relief Administration:
.
Special deposit account-.. ___
a

APPROPRIATIONS
Recommended,
1946

$1,150,000

Actual, 1945

$1,150,000

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

$1,150,000. 00

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

$1,150,000

$1,178,000

Actual, 1944

$1,195,453. 73
° 308,390. 86
° 20, 615. 58

1,211,000

l,2U,000

1,320,337.00

1,221,000

1,339, 500

1,017,721. 61

4, 282, 000

4, 282, 000

3, 256, 086. 00

4, 282,000
1, 500,000

4, 282,000
1,500,000

3, 203,857. 26
6, 645, 336. 48
« 242, 327. 77
•

4, 282,000

4, 282,000

3, 256,086.00

5, 782,000

5, 782,000

9, 606, 865. 97

20.76
1.02

720,000

1,020,000

1, 950,938. 81

720,000

1,020,000

5, 761. 81
« 186, 501, 223. 73

11.60
108. 75

« 386. 40
« 50.05

1, 537.44
890.00
°.9O

3,000

950.04
2, 520. 91
5, 270.11

6,031.00

« 412,946.12
« 26, 604. 35
459, 035. 82

50,000

100, 000

179, 760.00

10, 000

6,000

6,000

1,120.00

3,000

79, 500. 99

10, 000
3,000

«26, 568/47
» 922. 66
24.44
7,500

7,500

4, 687.00

7,500

7,500

8, 727.17
a

133,135. 25
« 17, 796. 54
483.12
21.18

Excess of credits, deduct.
2
Because of possible material changes in war conditions the detstiled estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1946 will be submitted to the Congress as a part of a supplementary Budget in the spring of 1945. Consequently the estimated appropriations and expenditures for the fiscal year 1946 are tentative.




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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 12—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Fund and appropriation title

Other trust accounts—Continued.
Executive Office of the President and independent offices—Continued,
Federal Power Commission:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
...
... . .._. ...
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds.Other
..
... .
Federal Trade Commission:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
Other
General Accounting Office:
Wages of employees of contractors
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds,
Other
Interstate Commerce Commission:
_.
.
Unearned permit fees.
Unearned fees, admission of attorneys-.. _. ..
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds.
Other
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
Other
National Archives:
Franklin D . Roosevelt Library, income account
Franklin D . Roosevelt Library, gift fund
National Archives gift investment account
Special deposit accounts:
.
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
Other
National Capital Housing Authority:
Low rent housing fund, construction loan b y U . S.
Housing Authority
Operation and maintenance, completed properties
.
Langston management
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
...
Other
National Capital Park and Planning Commission:
Contributed funds
...
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings-,
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
.
National Labor Relations Board:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
.
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds.,.
Other
.
National Mediation Board:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
Other
Railroad Retirement BoarS:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
.
Other
Securities and Exchange Commission:
... Unearned fees
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings-._
..
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
Other..
1

Excess of credits, deduct.




Eecommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

* $53, 175. 04
9, 304. 63
a
11, 035. 33

° 43, 215. 16
• 4, 505. 34
a
25. 40

$4, 800

$4,800

$5, 552. 00

$4,000

$4,000

86.40
« 711, 098. 61
10,149. 50
* 1 , 837, 917. 20

258. 00

323. 25
130. 00

140
a

a

1,500

1,500

802. 00
495.00
2, 000. 00

1,400
100

1,500
400
700

178, 639. 50
° 845.11
814. 08

373,135. 25
« 67, 730. 92
23.19
388. 95
2,624.88
* 21, 767.80
° 1,778.19
623.92

960, 000
120, 000

1,053,000
950,000
120,000

215, 713.00
934,197.00
119, 516.00

1,000,000
130,000

1,600,000
900,000
130,000

620, 291. 31
671,980.91
88, 269.38
• 10,592. 56
768. 32
° 25, 434. 72

44, 300

87.41
"1,706.60
« 84. 45

* 50, 319. 40
10, 690. 28
12, 401. 95

* 9, 497. 86
493. 55
"0.87
a
91, 708. 87
« 14,799. 68
a
254,035. 43

20,000

12,000

20,000

20,000

11,986.57
« 91, 457. 40
« 792. 61
581. 29

A84

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE

12—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Fund and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Other trust accounts—Continued.
Selective Service System: Special deposit account
Smithsonian Institution:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
.
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
National Gallery of Art:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, war bonds
Other
Tariff Commission:
Special deposit accounts:
»
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, war bonds
Other
The Tax Court of the United States:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings .
. . —
Pay roll allotments, war bonds
_...,
Oth«r
Thomas Jefferson Bicentennial Commission:
Special deposit account:
Federal tax withholdings
....*
Thomas Jefferson Memorial Commission:
Special deposit account:
Federal tax withholdings
.
XJ. S. Constitution Sesquicentennial Commission:
Special deposit account;
Federal tax withholdings . .
U. S. Maritime Commission:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
Other
Veterans Administration:
Personal funds of patients
General post fund..
Adjusted service certificate fund:
Investments in United States securities
|
_
Insurance losses and refunds
Funds d ue incom petent beneficiaries
Special deposits accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pav-roll allotments War bonds
Other
Welfare and Recreational Association of Public Buildings
and Grounds
».
«
. .
Total, Executive Office of the President and independent
offices
Federal Security Agency:
American Printing House for the Blind:
To promote the education of the blind, interest
Columbia Institution for the Deaf:
Food and Drug Administration:
Coal-tar colors certification fees
Sea-food inspections
Freedmen's Hospital:
-Special deposit account . . .
Office of Education:
-.
Special deposit account.....
Public Health Service:
National Institute of Health gift fund
|
National Institute of Health conditional gift fund
National Cancer Institute conditional gift fund
National Cancer Institute unconditional gift fund
!
Personal funds and earnings of inmates, narcotic farms..
Moneys and effects of former patients
Patients' deposits, United States Marine Hospital,
Carville, La
• Excess of credits, deduct.




Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Estimated, 1946

Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

•$321,439 72
• 23,568.86
• 4,695.00
• 8,346.80
• 349.11
75.00

•28,177.80
• 5,358.38
1.86
•12,748.38
136.89
• 2, 335.00
• 1, 756.93
5.20
7.30
• 676,3f 0. 72
• 39, 674.86
• 2,721,854. 32
$4, 500,000
100,000

$4, 500,000
100,000

$5,766,666.00
181,666.00

140,900

9,642,000

748,762.00

160,000

160,000

272,982.00

$4,500,000
100,000
f
I

$4,500,000
100,000

4,347,690.96
134,005.28

• 5,159,100
5,300,000
160,000

•11,358,000
21,000,000
160,000

•1,886,411.32
1,647, 700.00
153,835. 27
a

1,824, 345.43
•107,911.82
a
18,604.65

15,000,000

15,000,000

14,985,296.00

14,000,000

14,000,000

14,213,833. 61

21,790,700

32,679,800

25,376,441.81

20,797,000

32,143,540

• 176,154,696. 57

10,000

10,000

10,000.00

10,000

10,000

10,000.00

10
13,618

10
13,618

11.00
8,810.00

10
13,618

10
13,618

11.00
8,810.79
5,902.71
• 8,741.38
148,172.49

5,000

5,000

3,358.00

65,000
4,000

65,000
4,000

118,565.00
5,195.00

J5,000

5,000
600

60.00

65,000
3,000

65,000
3,000

109,720.18
708.96

450.00

900

3,948.91

A85

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

12—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Fund and appropriation title

Other trust accounts—Continued.
Federal Security Agency—Continued.
Public Health Service—Continued.
Leper patients' benefit funds, United States Marine
Hospital, Carville, La
.
Erection and support of hospitals for sick and disabled
seamen
.
•Working fund, Public Health Service
Special deposit account
.
Saint Elizabeths Hospital:
Pension money
Personal funds of patients
Unconditional gift fund
. .
Personal funds of student nurses .
Special deposit account
.Social Security Board:

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1945

EXPENDITURES
Actual, 1944

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

Actual, 1944

$6,700
$24.00

$176,000
320,000

$160,000
300,000

122,505.00
310,545.00
135.00
71.00

5,900
32,600
$55,000
250,000

53,000
250,000

$26,848.88
95,519. 68
38,498.57
252,975.66
71.26
5,337. 57
5, 566. 80

Office of the Administrator:
Civilian Conservation Corps:
Savings fund.
. ...........
Estates of deceased and mentally incompetent enrolled members
--Special deposit account.. _
National Youth Administration:
Special deposit account.

213,733.07
1,298.07
• 21,881.67
50,497.89
•9,093.83

Miscellaneous:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withboldings
Pay-roll allotments, W ar bonds
Total, Federal Security Agency
Federal Works Agency:
Office of the Administrator:
Work Projects Administration:
Sale of material acquired under scarp collection program
.
»
Working fund
Special deposit account
- -- .
•-Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabout? are
known
Special deposit account _
Public Works Administration:
Revolving fund (act of June 21,1938)
Public Buildings Administration:
Special deposit account
Working fund
Public Roads Administration:
Cooperative work, strategic network of highways..
•.
Working fund
Special deposit account..
-.
Miscellaneous:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings.._
Pay roll allotments, War bonds
Total, Federal Works Agency
National Housing Agency:
Office of Administrator:
Special deposit account.
Federal Home Loan Bank Administration:
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Special deposit account
U. S. Housing Corporation: Special deposit account
Federal Housing Administration:
Unearned collections, title I, National Housing Act,
as amended
Expenses on real properties acquired under insurance granted prior to July 1,1939, title I, National
Housing Act
Special deposit account
« Excess of credits, deduct.




•1,058,864.33
• 302,743.41
593,628

557,628

579,669.00

401,628

446,328

5,266.00

200

200

665.00

• 423,642.13

5,345.43
101,414. 74
239, 460. 69
50

50

24.92
• 176, 693.03
501,602.78

76,000
4,800
94,500

95,893
78,000
150,000

26,725.00

203,051. 77
» 4,800.00
25, 332.17
47, 547. 8t
200, 784.04
• 273,984.80
20, 833. 08

200

94,700

32,656.00

50

404,743

889,919.60

43.02
• 82,735.29
948.10
15,000

15,000

10,000

10,000

5,000.00

15,000

17,000

10, 202. 40

-11,000

10,000

3,953.05
• 14,041.40

A86

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
TABLE 12—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS

EXPENDITURES

Fund and appropriation title
Recommended,
1946

Other trust accounts—Continued.
National Housing Agency—Continued.
Federal Public Housing Authority:
Operation and maintenance of resettlement projects
...
Special deposit account
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
Total, National Housing Agency

Total, Department of Agriculture

• Excess of credits, deduct.




$1, 750,000

A c t u a l , 1944

$1, 651,131.00

Estimated, 1946

Estimated, 1945

$1,300,000
« 1, 690, 000

$1,350,000
a
750,000

A c t u a l , 1944

$1, 355,008.11
° 1, 847, 930. 88
° 1,149, 548. 42
a
140, 519. 87

1, 715,000

Department of Agriculture:
Agricultural Research Administration:
Office of Administrator:
Working fund, Agriculture, Agricultural Research
Administration trust fund
. _
Forest Service:
Cooperative work
Working fund, Agriculture, Forest Service trust fund
War Food Administration:
Food Production Administration:
Agricultural Adjustment Agency:
Moisture content and grade determinations for
Commodity Credit Corporation
Indemnity fund, county associations
Undistributed cotton price adjustment payments
.-Proceeds distilled spirits industry
Working fund
_
Farm Security Administration:
Payments in lieu of taxes and for operation and
maintenance of resettlement projects
State Rural Rehabilitation Corporation funds-._
Drainage district assessments on acquired lands.
Liquidation of deposits, reserve for maintenance
and repair, lease and purchase agreements
Liquidation of deposits, lease and purchase of
contracts
Special deposit account
Food Distribution Administration:
Marketing service:
Expenses and refunds, inspection and grading
of farm products
Grading of agricultural commodities for Commodity Credit Corporation
Surplus Commodities Corporation, purchases
for States.
Working fun d
Commodity stamp trust fund:
Redemption of order s tamps
Farm Credit Administration:
Special deposit account
Miscellaneous accounts:
Miscellaneous contributed funds
Return of excess deposits for reproductions of photographs, mosaics, and maps
Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts
are known, Agriculture
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
Other

Department of Commerce:
Office of the Secretary:
Working fund
Bureau of the Census:
Special statistical work
Working fund, Commerce, Census

$1,690,000

A c t u a l , 1945

1, 775,000

1, 656,131. 00

« 364, 000

627, 000

° 1, 864, 621. 27

4,500

15, 000

« 21, 388. 04

2, 000, 000

2, 000, 000

3,106, 014. 00

2, 000, 000

2, 300, 000

1, 966, 661. 48
500. 11

1, 000, 000

1, 000, 000
15, 000

1, 517, 263. 00
2, 374. 00

3,000
1, 000

3,000
2,000

6, 520. 58
4, 581. 89

1,000

2,000

2,159. 00
72, 325. 36

1,000

2,000

91.68
« 6, 257. 04

150, 000
5,000, 000

600, 000
6, 000, 000

1,125, 559. 00
7, 774, 089. 00

458, 000
6,980, 000
7,000

1, 258, 000
10, 210, 000
8,000

900,131.43
5, 538, 029.81

50

200

623. 00

500

15, 000

145. 00

120, 000

154, 000

124,454. 00

132, 000

197, 000

85, 562. 63
11,670,198.22

4, 400, 000

5, 000, 000

4, 658, 433. 00

4, 300, 000

5,000, 000

3, 451, 223. 33

623,168

541,000

553, 245.00

625, 000

700, 000

422, 756. 84
44.90
« 34, 501. 52

550,000

852, 338.00
2, 752,129.99

100,000

125,000

499, 573.00

75,000

160,000

230, 595. 26

750

750

625. 00

750

1,250

973. 25

100

100

149. 00

100

100
« 3, 234, 749.16
« 228,421.84
« 6, 411,866. 59

13, 395,068

15, 438,050

19, 436,885. 36

14, 587,850

20,421, 350

-

17, 945, 300. 21

°.O8

._.

154, 000

154, 400

159, 999. 00

150, 000

170, 000

185,962. 54
« 14, 807.90

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 12—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Fund and appropriation title

Other trust accounts—Continued.
Department of Commerce—Continued.
Office of Administrator of Civil Aeronautics:
Working fund, Commerce, Civil Aeronautics special deposit
-- -- -account
Coast and Geodetic Survey
Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce:
Special statistical work
Patent Office:
Unearned fees
Working fund
National Bureau of Standards:
Working fund
Weather Bureau:
Working fund
Miscellaneous:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
__ _
Pay-roll allotments ^V^ar bonds
--- -Other
Total, Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior:
Southwestern Power Administration:
Grand River Dam project
.,--Grazing Service:
Funds contributed for administration, protection, and
improvement of grazing districts
Refund of deposits, unearned fees from public lands
under Grazing Act of June 28, 1934
General Land Office:
Expenses, public survey work
Trustee funds, Alaska townsites
Unearned proceeds, lands, etc
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Miscellaneous trust funds of Indian tribes
Indian moneys proceeds of labor
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Payroll allotments, war bonds
Other
Bureau of Reclamation:
Reclamation trust funds
Geological Survey:
Working fund
National Park Service:
National Park Service, donations
Preservation, birthplace of Abraham Lincoln
National Park trust fund
Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, contribution
Purchase of lands
Fish and Wildlife Service:
Miscellaneous contributed funds... .
___ _ - _
Fox and fur seal industries, Pribilof Islands
Expenses, sale of furs, Fish and Wildlife Service
Government in the Territories:
Funds contributed for improvement of roads, bridges, and
trails, Alaska
Special deposit accounts, miscellaneous civil:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, war bonds
- 1
Other
Total, Department of the Interior
Department of Justice:
Legal activities and general administration:
Fees and other collections, United States Marshals
Working fund Office of the Attorney General
Working fund, miscellaneous trust fund
1

Excess of credits, deduct.




Recommended,
1946

A c t u a l , 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

E s t i m a t e d , 1946

Estimated, 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

• $188,632.05
° 84,047.45
$1,500

$5,930

$10,275.00

$1, 500

$15,000

29,303.33

30,000

30,000

15,000.00

30,000

30,000
2,000

16,812.12
5,689. 72

•
° 5,913.48
54,296. 89

« 1,675, 292.85
° 44,198.61
° 61,918. 71
185, 500

190, 330

185, 274.00

181, 500

217,000

• 1, 782, 746. 53

1, 500,000

1, 863, 000

1,879, 668. 00

1,412,000

1, 657,000

1, 605, 281. 44

125, 000

125, 000

109, 666.00

125, 000

125,000

107, 724.46

400

300

400

300

285.45

10, 000
2,000
100, 000

10,000
2,000
100,000

5,948. 00
55.00
335,697. 00

10,000
2,000
100,000

10,000
2,000
140,000

8, 384.90
12.50
310,163.10

7,000,000
600,000

7,000,000
600, 000

7,148,871. 00
569,095.00

7, 000,000
600,000

6,900,000
600,000

6,582, 746. 29
369, 544. 60
° 45,108. 89
° 290,899. 90
° 237,633.92

1, 278, 200

605,100

1, 663, 659.00

1,300,000

1, 570,000

1, 206, 988. 90
« 6, 573. 67

20,000
2,300
2,000

5,000
100, 000
700

81,800

20, 000
2,300
2,000

29, 750.00
2, 030. 00
569.00

10,000
5,000
2,000
50,000

21,000
15,000
2,000
180, 000

37,167. 79
1,997. 36
91,864. 73
1,000.00

5,000
100, 000
700

13, 329.00
51, 875. 00
700.00

5,000
100,000
700

19, 386
97,600
700

29, 475.03
135, 464.98
545.10

80,000

83,337.00

100,000

175,000

3,835.87
« 1,455,265. 51
• 64,006. 69
° 1,862,889.00

10,827,400

10,515,400

11,894,249. 00

10,852,100

11,514,986

500,000

490,000

314, 565. 00

500,000

400, 000

6, 530,104. 92

318,681.14
3,845.05
21,129.08

0

A88

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1916
TABLE 12—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS

Fund and appropriation title

Recommended,
1946

Other trust accounts—Continued.
Department of Justice—Continued.
Immigration and Naturalication Service:
Disposition of deposits of aliens who become public
charges
Return of deposits to secure payment offinesand passage
money . . .
Unearned naturalization fees
Federal Prison System:
_
_
Funds of Federal prisoners
Commissary fund, Federal prisons
_
.
Miscellaneous:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, War bonds
Other
.
Total, Department of Justice
Department of Labor:
Children's Bureau:
_.
Working fund
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments War bonds
Other
.Total, Department of Labor
2

A c t u a l , 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

Estimated, 1946

E s t i m a t e d , 1945

A c t u a l , 1944

1,550,000
675,000
•

$10,000

$5,672.00

$6,000

$5,500

$891.84

25,000.00
46, 373. 00

10,000

9,907

$10,000

10,300
5,000

49,332. 75
41,393.37

1, 525,000
660,000

1,429, 410.00
608,688.00

1,500,000
650,000

1,500,000
650,000

1, 320,464.18
563, 569.28

« 1, 802, 607.27
195, 789. 38
224, 520.00
2, 735,000

2,694, 907

2, 429, 708.00

2, 666,000

894, 750. 64

2, 570,800

408. 71

-

-.-

--

._

° 375,785.13
36, 267.23
10,391.00

- -

Navy Department
Post Office Department, special deposit accounts payable from
_.
Treasury
Department of State, miscellaneous trust accounts

a

328,718.19

5,854,000

5,810,000

5,541,725.24

3,902,000

3,890,000

"2,494,594.72

6, 725, 500

7,173, 500

15, 876,975.00

6, 725, 500

7,173,500

« 12,016,294.81
19, 583, 429. 34

Treasury Department:
Bureau of Accounts:
Return of proceeds of Government obligations held for
rightful owners
86.00
Payment of unclaimed moneys
15,000
65,000
15,000
23,710. 35
65,000.00
60,000
153.60
Return of miscellaneous and excess collections
154.00
° 1,158,104.81
Outstanding liabilities
« 556.83
Special deposit account
Office of Treasurer of the United States:
899.61
Special deposit accounts, check forgery insurance fund
Bureau of Customs:
a
260, 907.96
Special deposit account
Bureau of Internal Revenue:
American Samoa trust fund, coconut oil tax (internal
2,200
2,167.00
2,200
2,200
2,200
revenue)
._ - 37.76
5,000
4,909.00
5,000
5,000
5,000
Philippine trust fund (internal revenue)
2, 501, 644.19
45,000
1, 517, 741.00
15, 000
45,000
180,000
Philippine trust fund, coconut oil tax (internal revenue).
35,282. 24
23,000
725, 575.00
23,000
23,000
23,000
Puerto Rico trust fund (internal revenue)
Expenses, Treasury Department, enforcement title III,
National Prohibition Act, as amended, Puerto Rico
121, 573. 67
47, 880
47,884. 00
and Virgin Islands
_
_
43, 300
51, 200
40,800
• 1, 095,362. 51
Special deposit account
Bureau of the Mint:
a
1,466,211.58
Special deposit accounts . .
.
Procurement Division:
Special deposit accounts:
Proceeds of sale of Government property, Federal
• 4, 842,341. 50
property utilization program
° 10,863,755. 52
Other
° Excess of credits, deduct.
2
Because of possible material changes in war conditions the detailed estimates of appropriations for thefiscalyear 1946 will be submitted to the Congress as a part of a supplementary budget in the spring of 1945. Consequently the estimated appropriations and expenditures for thefiscalyear 1946 are tentative.




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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 12—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Fund and appropriation title

Other trust accounts—Continued.
Treasury Department—Continued.
Miscellaneous:
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pav-roll allotments, War bonds
Other

Recommended,
1946

Actual, 1944

$4, 791, 773. 35
* 625,068. 62
143,643,851. 01

$101,000

$188,080

$2,363, 516. 00

$133,500

$321, 400

-166,064,632.27

512,623,000

634,686,000

244, 755, 374.00

457, 772,000

593,111,000

50,867,016.47

67,500

107,500

409,500.00

167,000

327,000

232,309.82

71,000
431,499.00

347,000

560,000
638,000
3,840,000

480,975.80
833,411.74
14, 778,197.10
• 1,610,197.18
133, 822.47
10,417. 57

1, 213,600

1,177, 500

1,160,858.00

1,210,000

1,190,000

1,164. 345.81
7,893.02
• 11,638. 34
148,963.86

1,281,100

Total
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
.

•.
«

.-

1,724,000

6,626,000

16,168, 501.67

635,971,000

246,757,231.00

459,496,000

599,737,000

67,035,518.14

77,939,500

67,776, 785.28

77,316,780

78,867,900

65,464,085.03

658,091,376

District of Columbia

2,001,857.00

74,771,280

Total, War Department

1,285,000

513,904,100

Total, civil functions

a

Estimated, 1945

a

Civil functions:
Corps of Engineers (rivers and harbors):
Funds contributed for river and harbor improvements _
.
Funds advanced for improvement of rivers and
harbors
Funds contributed for flood control, rivers and
harbors
Funds advanced for flood control, rivers and harbors.
Working fund, War, Engineers, Civil trust fund
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments War bonds
Other
U. S. Soldiers' Home:
Maintenance and operation of the U. S. Soldiers'
Home (annual appropriation)
Panama Canal:
Working fund, Panama Canal trust fund
Special deposit accounts:
Federal tax withholdings
Pay-roll allotments, war bonds

Total, trust accounts

Estimated, 1946

a

2

Total, other trust accounts

Actual, 1944

_ - _._

Total, Treasury Department
War Department:
Military trust funds

Actual, 1945

796, 520,895

404,483,669.69

603,698,908

765,457,047

° 172,162, 251.03
+195,117,996.91

658,091, 376

796,520,895

404,483,669.69

603,698,908

765,457,047

22,955, 745.88

6,720,566,017

6,179,875,366

5,114,888,261.69

6,666,441, 549

6,162,750,850

4,700,377,863.19

Excess of credits, deduct.
Because of possible material changes in war conditions, the detailed estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1946 will be submitted to the Congress as a part of a supplementary budget in the spring of 1945. Consequently the estimated appropriations and expenditures for the fiscal year 1946 are tentative.
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PART II

DETAILED ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS
and Other Authorizations
and

Schedules Showing Estimated Obligations for Fiscal Years 1946 and 1945
and Actual Obligations for Fiscal Year 1944

GENERAL, SPECIAL, AND TRUST ACCOUNTS

Legislative Branch
The Judiciary
Executive Office of the President and Independent Offices
Federal Security Agency
Federal Works Agency
National Housing Agency
Department of Agriculture
Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior
Department of Justice
Department of Labor
Post Office Department
Department of State
Treasury Department
War Department—Civil Functions and Panama Canal
General Public Works Program
District of Columbia

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Summary of estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1946, compared with appropriations for the fiscal year 19J+5
[The 1946 estimates exclude funds for overtime pay and additional compensation under laws expiring on or before June 30, 1945, but contemplate a continuation of the existing
workweek, which is generally 48 hours for all except the Senate and House of Representatives]
Appropriations, 1945 (revised)
Budget estimates, 1946

Bureau or subdivision

Exclusive of
overtime pay

Overtime pay

Total

Increase (+) or
decrease (—), 1946
estimates over
1945 appropriations (exclusive
of overtime pay)

GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS
Annual appropriations:
United States Senate
House of Representatives
Legislative miscellaneous
Architect of the Capitol
Botanic Garden
._
Library of Congress.
Government Printing Office

Total, general and special accounts

52,387.00

50,351,907.66

46,863,274.66

$61,000.00
1,150,000.00

Total, annual appropriations
Permanent appropriations:
Library of Congress..

_.

46,810,887.66

52,387.00

_

$4, 524, 758. 66
9,867,135.00
183,260.00
2,311,351.00
98,310.00
3,999,873.00
25,826, 200.00

50,299,520.66

__

$4, 505,142. 66
11,030, 568. 00
166,260.00
3,045,110.00
105,240.00
5,464,100. 00
25,983,100. 00

$61,000.00
1,150,000.00

$61,000.00
1,150,000.00

1,211,000.00

1,211,000.00

1,211,000.00

$101,426
16, 690
470,932

589,048

$4, 524,758. 66
9,867,135.00
183,260. 00
2,412, 777.00
115,000.00
4,470,805.00
25,826, 200.00

-$19, 616
+1,163,433
-17, 000
+733,759
+6,930
+1,464,227
+156,900

47,399,935.66

+3,488,633

52,387.00
589,048

47,452,322.66

+3,488,633

TRUST ACCOUNTS
Library of Congress
Government Printing Office
Total, trust accounts.,

_

EXPLANATORY STATEMENT
The estimates for the legislative branch provide for the of approximately 32 percent in these estimates, composed
salaries and expenses of the Members and staffs of the largely of the following items: Reconstruction of roofs and
Senate and the House of Representatives, and for the skylights over the Senate and House wings of the Capitol;
operation and maintenance of the Capitol, the Senate and general repairs to the Library buildings, and an addition
the House Office Buildings, the Botanic Garden, the to the main Library of Congress building.
Library of Congress, and the Government Printing Office.
The Botanic Garden, which is also under the jurisdicThe 1946 estimates for the legislative branch reflect a net tion of the Architect of the Capitol, shows a 7 percent
increase of approximately 1% percent over appropriations increase in its estimates due to proposed additions to
for 1945.
the staff.
The estimates for the United States Senate provide
The Library of Congress provides library and reference
salaries for 96 Members and approximately 1,200 regular service not only for the Members of Congress, but for
employees and for travel and contingent expenses of the the entire Federal Government and for many thousands
Senators. The 1946 estimates show a slight decrease of private citizens. The 1946 estimates for the Library
below the 1945 appropriations due to a reduction in staff of Congress are approximately 37 percent larger than the
in the Office of the Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper.
1945 appropriations. These increases are due largely to
For the House of Representatives, with its 435 Members proposed increases in staff and additional purchases of
and some 2,000 regular employees, the 1946 estimates books, furniture, and equipment.
The Government Printing Office is the printer for the
show an increase of approximately 12 percent over the
1945 appropriations due to an increased allowance for entire Federal Government. Only the cost of printing
for the legislative branch, however, is included in this
clerk hire authorized by law.
The Architect of the Capitol is responsible for the estimate. The amount included in the 1946 Budget
operation and maintenance of the Capitol and the Senate shows somewhat less than 1 percent increase over the
and the House Office Buildings. There is a net increase 1945 appropriations.




THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS
SENATE
SALARIES AND MILEAGE OF SENATORS

Salaries of Senators—
For compensation of Senators, $960,000 (Act of June 26, 1944,
Public Law SB4).
Estimate 1946, $960,000
Appropriated 1945, $960,000
Mileage of President of Senate and of Senators—
For mileage of the President of the Seriate and of Senators,
$51,000 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $51,000
Appropriated 1945, $51,000
Total, salaries and mileage of Senators:
Estimate 1946, $1,011,000
Appropriated 1945, $1,011,000
Salaries, Officers and Employees, Senate—
For compensation of officers, clerks, messengers, and others:
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT

For compensation of the Vice President of the United States,
$15,000 (Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law 858).
Estimate 1946, $15,000
Appropriated 1945, $15,000
Salaries: For clerical assistance to the Vice President, at rates
of compensation to be fixed by him, $15,420 (Act of June 26, 1944f
Public Law 354; Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $15,420
Appropriated 1945, $11,460
CHAPLAIN

Chaplain of the Senate, $1,680 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public
Law 354).
Appropriated 1945, $1,680
Estimate 1946, $1,680
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

Salaries: Secretary of the Senate, including compensation as disbursing officer of salaries of Senators and of contingent fund of the
Senate, $8,000; Chief Clerk, who shall perform the duties of reading
clerk, $5,500 and $1,500 additional so long as the position is held
by the present incumbent; financial clerk, $5,000 and $1,000 additional so long as the position is held by the present incumbent;
assistant financial clerk, $4,500; Parliamentarian, $5,000 and $1,500
additional so long as the position is held by the present incumbent;
Journal clerk, $4,000 and $1,000 addi.ional so long as the position is
held by the present incumbent; principal clerk, $4,000; legislative
clerk, $4,000 and $1,500 additional so long as the position is held
by the present incumbent; enrolling clerk, $4,000; printing clerk,
$3,540 and $460 additional so long as the position is held by the
present incumbent; chief bookkeeper, $3,600 and $600 additional so
long as the position is held by the present incumbent; librarian,
$3,600; executive clerk, $3,180 and $420 additional so long as the
position is held by the present incumbent; first assistant librarian,
$3,120; keeper of stationery, $3,320; clerk*—one at $3,600 and $500
additional so long as the position is held by the present incumbent,
one at $3,360, one at $3,180, one at $2,880 and $540 additional so
long as the position is held by the present incumbent, two at $2,880
each, three at $2,640 each, clerk in Disbursing Office, $2,400, one at
$2,400 and $300 additional so long as the position is held by the
present incumbent, five at $2,400 each, three at $1,860 each,'three
at $1,740 each; assistant in library, $1,440; special officer, $2,460;
assistants at the press door— one at $2,200, one at $1,900; messenger,
$1,260; laborers—one at $1,980, one at $1,620, five at $1,440 each,
one at $1,380, one in Secretary's office, $1,680, one at $1,560, one
at $1,260; in all, $153,920 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854;
Act of June 28, 1944, Public Law 375).
Estimate 1946, $153,920
Appropriated 1945, $153,420
DOCUMENT ROOM

Salaries: Superintendent, $3,960 and $1,040 additional so long
as the position is held by the present incumbent; first assistant,
$2,640; second assistant, $2,040; four assistants, at $2,040 each;
skilled laborer, $1,380; in all, $19,220.
Estimate 1946, $19,220
Appropriated 1945, $19,220




COMMITTEE EMPLOYEES

Clerks and messengers to the following committees: Agriculture
and Forestry—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,880; assistant clerk,
$2,580; assistant clerk, $2,400; assistant clerk, $2,220; additional
clerk, $1,800. Appropriations—clerk, $7,000, and $1,000 additional
so long as the position is held by the present incumbent; assistant
clerk, $5,000 and $1,500 additional so long as the position is held by
the present incumbent; assistant clerk, $4,800; three assistant clerks
at $3,000 each; two assistant clerks at $2,220 each; messenger,
$1,800. To Audit and Control the Contingent Expenses of the
Senate—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,880; assfetant clerk, $2,400;
assistant clerk, $2,220; additional clerk, $1,800. Banking and Currency—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,880; assistant clerk, $2,400;
assistant clerk, $2,220. Civil Service—clerk, $3,900; assistant
clerk, $2,400; assistant clerk, $2,220; additional clerk, $1,800.
Claims—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,880; assistant clerk,
$2,580; two assistant clerks at $2,220 each. Commerce—clerk,
$3,900; assistant clerk, $2,880; assistant clerk, $2,580; assistant
clerk, $2,400; two assistant clerks at $2,220 each. Conference
Majority of the Senate—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,880; two
assistant clerks at $2,580 each; assistant clerk, $2,220. Conference
Minority of the Senate—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,880; two
assistant clerks at $2,580 each; assistant clerk, $2,220. District of
Columbia—clerk, $3,900; two assistant clerks at $2,880 each;
assistant clerk, $2,220; two additional clerks at $1,800 each; additional clerical assistance at rates of compensation to be fixed by the
chairman of said committee, $6,000. Education and Labor—clerk.
$3,900; assistant clerk, $2,580; assistant clerk, $2,220; additional
clerk, $1,800. Enrolled Bills—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,400;
assistant clerk, $2,220; assistant clerk, $1,800; additional clerk,
$1,800. Expenditures in the Executive Departments—clerk,
$3,900; assistant clerk, $2,580; assistant clerk, $2,220; additional
clerk, $1,800. Finance—clerk, $4,200 and $500 additional so long
as the position is held by the present incumbent; special assistant to
the committee, $3,600; assistant clerk, $2,880; assistant clerk, $2,700;
assistant clerk, $2,400; two assistant clerks at $2,220 each; two
experts (one for the majority and one for the minority) at $3,600
each; messenger, $1,800. Foreign Relations—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $3,000; assistant clerk, $2,880; assistant clerk, $2,580;
assistant clerk, $2,220; additional clerk, $1,800; messenger, $1,800.
Immigration—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,580; assistant clerk,
$2,220; additional clerk, $1,800. Indian Affairs—clerk, $3,900;
assistant clerk, $3,600 and $1,400 additional so long as the position
is held by the present incumbent; assistant clerk, $2,880; assistant
clerk, $2,400; assistant clerk, $2,220; additional clerk, $1,800.
Interoceanic Canals—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,580; assistant
clerk, $2,220; additional clerk, $1,800. Interstate Commerce—
clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $3,600; assistant clerk, $2,880; two
assistant clerks at $2,580 each; assistant clerk, $2,220. Irrigation
and Reclamation—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,580; assistant
clerk, $2,220; two additional clerks at $1,800 each. Judiciary—
clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,880; two assistant clerks at, $2,580
each; assistant clerk, $2,220. Library—clerk, $3,900; two assistant
clerks at $2,400 each; assistant clerk, $2,220; additional clerk,
$1,800. Manufactures—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,400;
assistant clerk, $2,220; additional clerk, $1,800. Military Affairs—
clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,880; assistant clerk, $2,580;
assistant clerk, $2,400; two assistant clerks at $2,220 each. Mines
and Mining—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,400; assistant clerk,
$2,220; two additional clerks at $1,800 each. Naval Affairs—clerk,
$3,900; assistant clerk, $2,880; assistant clerk, $2,400; two assistant
clerks at $2,220 each. Patents—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk,
$2,400; assistant clerk, $2,220; additional clerk, $1,800. Pensionsclerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,580; four assistant clerks at $2,220
each. Post Offices and Post Roads—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk,
$2,880; assistant clerk, $2,520: three assistant clerks at $2,220 each;
additional clerk, $1,800. Printing—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk,
$2,580; assistant clerk, $2,220; additional clerk, $1,800. Privileges
and Elections—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,400; assistant clerk,
$2,220; additional clerk, $1,800. Public Buildings and Groundsclerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,400; assistant clerk, $2,220; assistant clerk, $2,000; additional clerk, $1,800. Public Lands and
Surveys—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,880; assistant clerk,
$2,580; two assistant clerks at $2,220 each. Rules—clerk, $3,900
and $200 toward the preparation biennially of the Senate Manual
under the direction of the Committee on Rules; assistant clerk,
$2,880; assistant clerk, $2,580; assistant clerk, $2,220; additional
clerk, $1,800. Territories and Insular Affairs—clerk, $3,900;
assistant clerk, $2,580; two assistant clerks at $2,220 each; two
assistant clerks at $2,000 each; additional clerk, $1,800; in all,
$515,140 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $515,140

Appropriated 1945, $515,140

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
doorkeepers) at $2,400 each; thirty (including four for minority) at
CLERICAL ASSISTANCE TO SENATORS
$1,740 each; four at $1,620 each; one at card door, $2,640, and
Clerical assistance to Senators who are not chairmen of the $240 additional so long as the position is held by the present incumcommittees specially provided for herein, as follows: Seventy clerks bent; clerk on Journal work for Congressional Record to be selected
at $3,900 each; seventy assistant clerks at $2,400 each; and seventy by the Official Reporters, $3,360; cabinet-makers—chief, $2,780;
assistant clerks at $2,220 each; such clerks and assistant clerks shall one, $2,300; one, $2,040; finisher, $2,300; upholsterer, $2,040;
be ex officio clerks and assistant clerks of any committee of which janitor, $2,400 and $300 additional so long as the position is held
their Senator is chairman; seventy additional clerks at $1,800 each, by the present incumbent; five skilled laborers, $1,680 each; laborer
one for each Senator having no more than one clerk and two assistant in charge of private passage, $1,740 and $120 additional so long as
clerks for himself or for the committee of which he is chairman; the position is held by the present incumbent; four female attendmessenger, $1,800; in all, $724,200.
ants in charge of ladies' retiring rooms, at $1,500 each; three female
Ninety-six additional clerks at $1,800 per annum each, one for attendants in charge of ladies' retiring rooms, Senate Office Building,
each Senator, $172,800.
at $1,500 each; telephone operators—chief, $2,460 and $280 addiNinety-six additional clerks at $1,800 per annum each, one for tional so long as the position is held by the present incumbent;
fourteen at $1,620 each; laborer in charge of Senate toilet rooms in
each Senator, $172,800.
Thirty additional clerks at $1,500 per annum each, one for each old library space, $1,200; press gallery—superintendent, $3,660;
Senator from each State which has a population of three million assistant superintendent, $3,000; assistant superintendent, $1,920;
messengers for service to press correspondents—two at $1,560 each,
or more inhabitants, $45,000.
For three additional clerks at $1,500 per annum each for each two at $1,440 each; radio press gallery—superintendent, $3,000;
Senator from any State which has a population of ten million or assistant superintendent, $1,960; laborers—two at $1,440 each, one
more inhabitants, $18,000; for two additional clerks at $1,500 per at $1,320, twenty-seven at $1,260 each, three at $480 each; special
annum each for each Senator from any State which has a population employees—seven at $1,000 each; twenty-one pages for the Senate
of five million or more inhabitants but less than ten million, $30,000, Chamber, at the rate of $4 per day each, during the session, $15,204;
in all, $48,000: Provided, That such additional clerks shall be in in all, $272,484 (Act of June 26, ~1944, Public Law 854; Ad of June
addition to any other clerical assistance to which Senators are 28, 1944, Public Law 375).
entitled, and shall be employed only during the period of the
Estimate 1946, $272,484
Appropriated 1945, $288,200
emergency.
For an additional amount for clerical assistance to Senators
Capitol Police force
the
Arms: Captain,
(including chairmen of standing committees at the rate of $5,040 $2,700; two lieutenants under each;Sergeant at officers at $1,740
two special
per annum for each Senator from each State having a population of each; four sergeants atat $1,740each; fifty-five privates at $1,620
$1,680
four million or more inhabitants, $90,720; and $4,020 per annum for
each Senator from each State having a population of less than four each; in all, $105,480.
million, $313,560; in all $404,280.
Estimate 1946, $105,480
Appropriated 1945, $105,480
Senators and chairmen of standing committees may change the
number of employees in their respective offices or committees, and
POST OFFICE
may rearrange the schedule of basic salaries of such employees in
Salaries: Postmaster, $3,600; assistant postmaster, $2,880;
multiples of $5 per month: Provided, That such changes and rearrangements shall not increase the aggregate of the salaries provided chief clerk, $2,460; wagon master, $2,280; twenty-six mail carriers
for such offices or committees by law or Senate resolution: Provided at $1,740 each; in all, $56,460 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law
further, That no salary shall be fixed under this paragraph at a rate 854).
in excess of $5,040 per annum, and no action shall be taken to reduce Estimate 1946, $56,460
Appropriated 1945, $56,460
any salary which is specifically fixed by law at a rate higher than
$5,040 per annum: Provided further, That Senators and committee
FOLDING ROOM
chairmen, before the day on which they are to become effective, shall
certify in writing such changes or rearrangements to the disbursing
Salaries: Foreman, $2,460 and $540 additional so long as the
office of the Senate which thereafter shall pay such employees in position is held by the present incumbent; clerk, $2,400; clerk, $1,740;
accordance with such certifications.
folders—chief, $2,040; fourteen at $1,440 each; in all, $29,340 (Act
Notwithstanding the provisions of the third paragraph under of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
the heading "Clerical assistance to Senators" of section 1 of the Estimate 1946, $29,340
Appropriated 1945, $29,340
Legislative Appropriation Act for the fiscal year ending June 30,
1928 (2 U. S. C. 92a), in the case of the death of a Senator during
his term of office, his clerical assistants on the pay roll of the Senate
on the date of such death shall be continued on such pay roll at
Total, salaries, officers and employees, Senate:
their respective salaries for a period of not to exceed sixty days: Estimate 1946, $2,751,224
Appropriated 1945, $2,560,340
Provided, That any such clerical assistants continued on the pay roll
shall, while so continued, perform their duties under the direction of
the Secretary of the Senate, and he is hereby authorized and directed
to remove from such pay roll any such clerks who are not attending
CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE SENATE
to the duties for which their services are continued: Provided further,
Automobile and Maintenance, for the Vice President—
That this shall not apply to clerical assistants of standing committees of the Senate when their service otherwise would continue
Vice President's automobile: For purchase, exchange, driving,
beyond such period.
maintenance, and operation of an automobile for the Vice President,
In all, clerical assistance to Senators, $1,567,080 (Act of June $4,000 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
26, 19U, Public Law 354; Act of Dec. 20, 1944, Public Law 512; ActEstimate 1946, $4,000
Appropriated 1945, $4,000
of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Reporting Debates and Proceedings, SenateEstimate 1946, $1,567,080
Appropriated 1945, $1,364,940
Reporting Senate proceedings: For reporting the debates and
OFFICE OF SERGEANT AT ARMS AND DOORKEEPER
proceedings of the Senate, payable in equal monthly installments,
Salaries: Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper, $8,000; two secre- $65,450 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Appropriated 1945, $65,450
taries (one for the majority and one for the minority), at $5,400 each Estimate 1946, $65,450
and $1,500 additional each so long as the respective positions are held Contingent Expenses, Senate, Cleaning Furniture—
by the present respective incumbents; two assistant secretaries (one
Furniture: For services in cleaning, repairing, and varnishing
for the majority and one for the minority), at $4,320 each and $480
additional each so long as the respective positions are held by the furniture, $2,000 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
present respective incumbents; Deputy Sergeant at Arms and store- Estimate 1946, $2,000
Appropriated 1945, $2,000
keeper, $4,800 and $1,000 additional so long as the position is held
by the present incumbent; clerks—one $3,300, one $3,120, one $2,200, Contingent Expenses, Senate, Furniture and Repairs—
one $2,120, one $1,800, one to the secretary for the majority, $2,280
Furniture: For materials for furniture and repairs of same,
and $120 additional so long as the position is held by the present exclusive of labor, and for the purchase of furniture, $8,000 (Act of
incumbent, one to the secretary for the minority, $2,280 and $120 June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
additional so long as the position is held by the present incumbent;
Appropriated 1945, $8,000
assistant doorkeeper, $2,8S0; messengers—three (acting as assistant Estimatel946, $8,000




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
SENATE—Continued

factual data and information before the committee for its consideration in the discharge of its functions, hereby is authorized to expend
from the contingent fund of the Senate, during the fiscal year 1946,
in
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Expenses of Inquiries and Investi- $50,000 Junepursuance of the purposes set forth in said resolution
(Act oj
26, 1944, Public Law 854).
gations—
There shall be paid from the contingent fund of the Senate, in
Inquiries and investigations: For expenses of inquiries and accordance with rules and regulations prescribed by the Committee
investigations ordered by the Senate, including compensation to to Audit and Control the Contingent Expenses of the Senate, the
stenographers of committees, at such rate as may be fixed by the initial three-minute toll charges on not to exceed ten strictly official
Committee^to Audit and Control the Contingent Expenses of the long-distance telephone calls from Washington, District of CoSenate, but not exceeding 25 cents per hundred words, $150,000: lumbia, per month for each Senator (Act of June 26, 1944, Public
Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be expended for Law 354).
per diem and subsistence expenses except in accordance with the
provisions of the Subsistence Expense Act of 1926, approved June 3, Contingent Expenses, Senate, Stationery—
1926, as amended (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854; Act of
Stationery: For stationery for Senators and for the President
Dec. 221 1944, Public Law 529).
of the Senate, including $7,500 for stationery for committees and
Estimate 1946, $150,000
Appropriated 1945, $350,000 offices of the Senate, $26,900 (Act oj June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Appropriated 1945, $26,900
Salaries and Expenses, Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Estimate 1946, $26,900
Taxation, Senate—
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Storage of Documents—
Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation: For payment
Rent: For rent of warehouse for storage of public documents,
of one-half of the salaries and other expenses of the Joint Committee $2,000 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354) on Internal Revenue Taxation as authorized by law, $35,500 (Act
Estimate 1946, $2,000
Appropriated 1945, $2,000
of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE SENATE

Estimate 1946, $35,500

Continued

Appropriated 1945, $35,500

Contingent Expenses, Senate, Folding Documents—
Folding documents: For folding speeches and pamphlets at a
rate not exceeding $1 per thousand, $18,000 (Act of June 26, 1944,
Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $18,000
Appropriated 1945, $18,000
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Materials for Folding—
For materials for folding, $1,500 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public
Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $1,500
Appropriated 1945, $1,500
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Fuel for Heating Apparatus—
Fuel, and so forth: For fuel, oil, cotton waste, and advertising,
exclusive of labor, $2,000 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 85$.
Estimate 1946, $2,000
Appropriated 1945, $2,000
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Kitchens and Restaurants—
Senate restaurants: For payment to the Architect
Capitol in accordance with the Act approved September
(Public Law 709, Seventy-seventh Congress), $35,000 (Act
26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $35,000
Appropriated 1945,

of the
9, 1942
of June
$35,000

Contingent Expenses, Senate, Mail Transportation—
Motor vehicles: For maintaining, exchanging, and equipping
motor vehicles for carrying the mails and for official use of the
offices of the Secretary and Sergeant at Arms, $8,760 (Act oj June
26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $8,760
Appropriated 1945, $8,760

Total, contingent expenses of the Senate:
Estimate 1946, $742,918.66
Appropriated 1945, $943,418.66
Payment to Widow of Hon. Ellison D. Smith—
Appropriated 1945, $10,000
Total, Senate, annual appropriations, general account:
Estimate 1946, $4,505,142.66
Appropriated 1945, $4,524,758.66
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
SALARIES AND MILEAGE OF MEMBERS

Salaries of Members and Delegates, House of Representatives—
For compensation of Members of the House of Representatives,
Delegates from Territories, and the Resident Commissioner from
Puerto Rico, $4,385,000 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 194-6, $4,385,000
Appropriated 1945, $4,385,000
Mileage of Members and Delegates, House of Representatives—
For mileage of Representatives, the Delegate from Hawaii and
the Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico, and for expenses of
the Delegate from Alaska, $171,000 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public
Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $171,000
Appropriated 1945, $171,000

Contingent Expenses, Senate, Miscellaneous Items—
Miscellaneous items: For miscellaneous items, exclusive of
labor, $372,962 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $372,962
Appropriated 1945, $372,962

Total, salaries and mileage, Members and Delegates, House
of Representatives:
Estimate 1946, $4,556,000
Appropriated 1945, $4,556,000

Contingent Expenses, Senate, Packing Boxes—
Packing boxes: For packing boxes, $970 (Act oj June 26, 1944,
Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $970
Appropriated 1945, $970

Salaries, Officers and Employees, House of Representatives—
For compensation of officers, clerks, messengers, and others:

Contingent Expenses, Senate, Postage—
Postage stamps: For office of Secretar3% $350; office of Sergeant
at Arms, $150; in all, $500 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $500
Appropriated 1945, $1,000
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Air-Mail and Special-Delivery
Stamps—
Air-mail and special-delivery stamps: For air-mail and specialdelivery stamps for Senators and the President of the Senate as
authorized by law, $9,376.66.
Estimate 1946, $9,376.66
Appropriated 1945, $9,376.66
The Committee on Appropriations, authorized by Senate Resolution Numbered 193, agreed to October 14, 1943, tcTemploy expert
and clerical assistance for the purpose of obtaining and laying




OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER

Salaries: Secretary to the Speaker, $4,620; three clerks to the
Speaker, at $2,400 each; messenger to Speaker, $1,680; in all, $13,500
(Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $13,500
Appropriated 1945, $13,500
THE SPEAKER'S TABLE

Salaries: Parliamentarian, $5,000, and $2,500 additional so long
as the position is held by the present incumbent, and for preparing
Digest of the Rules, $1,000 per annum; Assistant Parliamentarian,
$3,000 and $1,500 additional so long as the position is held by the
present incumbent; messenger to Speaker's table $1,740; in all
$14,740 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $14,740
Appropriated 1945, $14,740

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CHAPLAIN

Chaplain of the House of Representatives, $1,680, and $820
additional so long as the position is held by the present incumbent
(Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $2,500
Appropriated 1945, $2,500
OFFICE OF THE CLEKK

Salaries: Clerk of the House of Representatives, including compensation as disbursing officer of the contingent fund, $8,000;
Journal clerk, two reading clerks, and tally clerk, at $5,000 each;
enrolling clerk, $4,000; disbursing clerk, $3,960 and $2,040 additional so long as the position is held by the present incumbent;
file clerk, $3,780; chief bill clerk, $3,540; assistant enrolling clerk,
$3,900; assistant tally clerk, $3,600; assistant to disbursing clerk,
$3,120; stationery clerk, $2,880; librarian, $2,760; assistant librarian
and assistant file clerk, at $2,520 each; assistant Journal clerk and
assistant librarian, at $2,460 each; clerks—one at $2,460, four at
$2,340 each; bookkeeper and assistant in disbursing office at $2,160
each; assistant in disbursing office, $1,800; additional clerical
assistance in disbursing office in accordance with the provisions of
House Resolutions Numbered 585, 390, and 679, adopted December 16, 1942, December 20, 1943, and December 14, 1944, respectively, $15,000; three assistants to chief bill clerk at $2,100 each;
stenographer to the Clerk, $2,500; assistant in stationery room,
$1,740; three messengers at $1,680 each; stenographer to Journal
clerk, $1,560; laborers—three at $1,440 each, ten at $1,260 each;
telephone operators—assistant chief, $1,800, twenty-three at
$1,620 each; operators and extra services of regular employees,
when required, at the rate of not to exceed $135 per month each,
$1,620; property custodian and superintendent of furniture and
repair shop, who shall be a skilled cabinetmaker or upholsterer
and experienced in the construction and purchase of furniture,
$3,960; two assistant custodians at $3,360 each; locksmith and
typewriter repairer, $1,860; messenger and clock repairer, $1,740;
operation, maintenance, and repair of motor vehicles, $1,200; in all,
$194,700 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Appropriated 1945, $189,700
Estimate 1946, $194,700
COMMITTEE EMPLOYEES

Clerks, messengers, and janitors to the following committees:
Accounts—clerk, $3,300; assistant clerk, $2,460; janitor, $1,560.
Agriculture—clerk, $3,300; assistant clerk, $2,460; janitor, $1,560.
Appropriations—clerk, $8,000; assistant clerks and other personal
services at rates to be fixed by resolution of the committee and
certified to the Clerk of the House of Representatives, $48,740; four
clerk-stenographers at the annual rate of $1,800 each, one for each
subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations having jurisdiction over regular annual appropriation bill as shall be designated
by the chairman of the Committee on Appropriations and to be
appointed by the chairmen of the subcommittees so designated,
subject to the approval of the chairman, $7,200. Banking and
Currency—clerk, $2,760; assistant clerk, $1,740; janifcqr, $1,260.
Census—clerk, $2,760; janitor, $1,260. Civil Service—clerk,
$2,760; janitor, $1,260. Claims—clerk, $3,300; assistant clerk,
$2,460; assistant clerk, $1,800; janitor, $1,260. Coinage, Weights,
and Measures—clerk, $2,760; janitor, $1,260. Disposition of
Executive Papers—clerk, $2,760. District of Columbia—clerk,
$3,300; assistant clerk, $2,460; janitor, $1,260. Education—clerk
$2,760; janitor, $1,260. Election of the President, Vice President,
and Representatives in Congress—clerk, $2,760. Elections Numbered 1—clerk, $2,760; janitor, $1,260. Elections Numbered 2—
clerk, $2,760; janitor, $1,260. Elections Numbered 3—clerk,
$2,760; janitor, $1,260. Enrolled Bills—clerk, $2,760; janitor,
$1,260. Expenditures in the Executive Departments—clerk,
$3,300; janitor, $1,260. Flood Control—clerk, $2,760; janitor,
$1,260. Foreign Affairs—clerk, $3,300; assistant clerk, $2,460;
janitor, $1,260. Immigration and Naturalization—clerk, $3,300;
assistant clerk, $2,400; janitor, $1,260. Indian Affairs—clerk,
$3,300; assistant clerk, $2,460; janitor, $1,260. Insular Affairs—
clerk, $2,760; janitor, $1,260. Interstate and Foreign Commerce—
clerk, $3,900 and $600 additional so long as the position is held by
the present incumbent; additional clerk, $2,640; assistant clerk,
$2,100; janitor, $1,560. Irrigation and Reclamation—clerk, $2,760;
janitor, $1,260. Invalid Pensions—clerk, $3,300; assistant clerk,
$2,880; expert examiner, $2,700; stenographer, $2,640; janitor,
$1,500. Judiciary—clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,460; assistant
clerk, $1,980; janitor, $1,560. Labor—clerk, $2,760; assistant
clerk, $1,740; janitor, $1,260. Library—clerk, $2,760; janitor,
$1,260. Merchant Marine and Fisheries—clerk, $2,760; assistant
clerk, $1,740; janitor, $1,260. Military Affairs—clerk, $3,300;
assistant clerk, $2,100; janitor, $1,560. Mines and Mining—clerk,
$2,760; janitor, $1,260. Naval Affairs—clerk, $3,300; assistant




clerk, $2,100; janitor, $1,560. Patents—clerk, $2,760; assistant
clerk, $2,100; janitor, $1,260. Pensions—clerk, $3,300; assistant
clerk, $2,160; janitor, $1,260. Post Office and Post Roads—clerk,
$3,300; assistant clerk, $2,100; janitor, $1,560. Printing—clerk,
$2,760; janitor, $1,560. Public Buildings and Grounds—clerk,
$3,300; assistant clerk, $1,740; janitor, $1,260. Public Lands—
clerk, $3,300; assistant clerk, $1,740; janitor, $1,260. Revision of
the Laws—clerk, $3,300; janitor, $1,260. Rivers and H a r b o r s clerk, $3,300; assistant clerk, $2,460; janitor, $1,560. Roads—clerk,
$2,760; assistant clerk, $1,740; janitor, $1,260. Rules—clerk,
$3,300; assistant clerk, $2,100; clerk-stenographer, $1,800; janitor,
$1,260. Territories—clerk, $2,760; janitor, $1,260. War Claims—
clerk, $3,300; assistant clerk, $1,740; janitor, $1,260. Ways and
Means—clerk, $4,620; assistant clerk, $3,000; assistant clerk and
stenographer, $2,640; assistant clerk, $2,580; clerk for minority,
$3,180; janitors—one, $1,560; two at $1,260 each. World War
Veterans' Legislation—clerk, $3,300; assistant clerk, $2,460; for an
additional amount for clerks of the committees pursuant to the Act
of December 20, 1944, $80,395; in all, $422,075 (Act of June 26,
1944, Public Law 354; Act of June 28, 1944, Public Law 375; Act
of Dec. 20, 1944, Public Law 512).
Estimate 1946, $422,075

Appropriated 1945, $341,680

OFFICE OF SERGEANT AT ARMS

Salaries: Sergeant at Arms, $8,000; Deputy Sergeant at Arms
in charge of mace, $3,180; cashier, $6,000; assistant cashier, $4,000;
two bookkeepers at $3,360 each; Deputy Sergeant at Arms in
charge of pairs, $3,600; special assistant to Sergeant at Arms,
$2,400; pair clerk and messenger, $2,820; stenographer, $2,500;
skilled laborer, $1,380; hire of automobile, $600; in all, $41,200
(Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimatel946, $41,200
Appropriated 1945, $41,200
Capitol Police force under the Sergeant at Arms: Three lieutenants at $1,740 each; five sergeants at $1,680 each; sixty privates
at $1,620 each; in all, $110,820 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law
854).
Estimate 1946, $110,820
Appropriated 1945, $110,820
OFFICE OF DOORKEEPER

Salaries: Doorkeeper, $6,000; special employee, $3,000; superintendent of House Press Gallery, $3,660; assistants to the superintendent of the House Press Gallery—one at $2,520, and $300
additional so long as the position is held by the present incumbent,
and one at $2,400; House Radio Press Gallery—superintendent of
radio room at $2,700; messenger at $1,560; chief janitor, $2,700;
messengers—one chief messenger, $2,240, sixteen messengers at
$1,740 each, fourteen on soldiers' roll at $1,740 each; laborers—
seventeen at $1,260 each, two (cloakroom) at $1,380 each, one
(cloakroom), $1,260, and seven (cloakroom) at $1,140 each; three
female attendants in ladies' retiring rooms at $1,680 each, attendant
for the ladies' reception room, $1,440; superintendent of folding
room, $3,180 and $420 additional so long as the position is held by
the present incumbent; foreman of folding room, $2,640; chief clerk
to superintendent of folding room, $2,460; three clerks at $2,160
each; janitor, $1,260; laborer, $1,260; thirty-one folders at $1,440
each; shipping clerk, $1,740; two drivers at $1,380 each; two chief
pages at $1,980 each; two telephone pages at $1,680 each; two floor
managers of telephones (one for the minority) at $3,180 each and
$300 each additional so long as the respective positions are held by
the respective present incumbents; two assistant floor managers in
charge of telephones (one for the minority) at $2,100 each; fortyseven pages during the session, including ten pages for duty at the
entrances to the Hall of the House at $4 per day each, $34,028;
superintendent of document room (Elmer A. Lewis), $3,960 and
$1,040 additional so long as the position is held by the present
incumbent; assistant superintendent of document room, $2,760;
clerk, $2,320; assistant clerk, $2,160; eight assistants at $1,860 each;
janitor, $1,440; messenger to press room (House Press Gallery),
$1,560; maintenance and repair of folding-room motortruck, $500;
in all, $269,148 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854; Act of June
28, 1944, Public Law 875).
Estimate 1946, $269,148
Appropriated 1945, $303,740
SPECIAL AND MINORITY EMPLOYEES

For the minority employees authorized and named in the
House Resolutions Numbered 51 and 53 of December 11, 1931, as
amended: Two at $5,000 each; three at $3,000 each; one at $3,600
and $300 additional while the position is held by the present incumbent (minority pair clerk, House Resolution Numbered 313 of
August 7, 1935); in all, $22,900 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law
854).
Estimate 1946, $22,900
Appropriated 1945, $22,900

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES—Continued

CLERK HIRE, MEMBERS AND DELEGATES

Clerk Hire, Members and Delegates, House of Representatives—
For clerk hire necessarily employed by each Member and DeleSpecial employees: Assistant foreman of the folding room,
Commissioner from Puerto Rico, in the
authorized in the resolution of September 30, 1913, $1,980; laborer, gate, and the Residentand representative duties, as authorized discharge of his
by
authorized and named in the resolution of April 28, 1914, $1,380; law, $4,161,000official
laborer, $1,380; in all, $4,740 (Act of June 26,1944, Public Law 854). Law 854; Act of(46 Stat. 32; 53 Stat. 1080; Act of June 26,1944, Public
Dec. 20, 1944, Public Law 512).
Estimate 1946, $4,740
Appropriated 1945, $4,740 Estimate 1946, $4,161,000
Appropriated 1945, $2,847,000
Successors to any of the employees provided for in the two
CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE HOUSE
preceding paragraphs may be named by the House of Representatives at any time (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Furniture and
Repairs—
Office of majority floor leader: Legislative clerk, $3,110; clerk,
Furniture: For furniture and materials for repairs of the same,
$2,530; additional clerk, $2,000; two assistant clerks, $1,800 each;
for official expenses of the majority leader, as authorized by House including labor, tools, and machinery for furniture repair shops,
Resolution Numbered 101, Seventy-first Congress, adopted Decem- $40,000 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
ber 18, 1929, $2,000; in all, $13,240 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Estimate 1946, $40,000
Appropriated 1945, $40,000
Law 854).
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Miscellaneous
Estimate 1946, $13,240
Appropriated 1945, $13,240
Items—
Miscellaneous items: For miscellaneous items, exclusive of
Conference minority: Clerk, $3,180; legislative clerk, $3,060;
assistant clerk, $2,100; janitor, $1,560; in all, $9,900. The foregoing salaries unless specifically ordered by the House of Representatives,
employees to be appointed by the minority leader (Act of June 26', including the sum of $27,500 for payment to the Architect of the
Capitol in accordance with section 208 of the Act approved October
1944, Public Law 854),
9, 1940 (Public Law 812, Seventy-sixth Congress), and materials
Estimate 1946, $9,900
Appropriated 1945, $9,900 for folding, $90,000 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Two messengers, one in the majority caucus room and one in Estimate 1946, $90,000
Appropriated 1945, $90,000
the minority caucus room, to be appointed by the majority and
minority whips, respectively, at $1,740 each; in all, $3,480 (Act of Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Stenographic
Reports of Committee Hearings—
June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Reporting hearings: For stenographic
Estimate 1946, $3,480
Appropriated 1945, $3,480 committees other than special and selectreports of hearings of
committees, $27,500
Two printing clerks, one for the majority caucus room and one (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
for the minority caucus room, to be appointed by the majority and Estimate 1946, $27,500
Appropriated 1945, $27,500
minority leaders, respectively, at $2,000 each; in all, $4,000 (Act of
June 26, 1944, Public Law 354)*
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Expenses of
Special and Select Committees—
Estimate 1946, $4,000
Appropriated 1945, $4,000
Special and select committees: For expenses of special and
select committees authorized by the House, $400,000 (Act of
POST OFFICE
June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Salaries: Postmaster, $5,000; assistant postmaster, $2,880; two
Appropriated 1945, $400,000
registry and money-order clerks, $2,100 each; forty messengers Estimate 1946, $400,000
(including one to superintend transportation of mails), $1,740 Salaries and Expenses, Joint Committee on Internal Revenue
each; substitute messengers and extra services of regular employees,
Taxation, House of Representatives—
when required, at the late of not to exceed $145 per month each,
Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation: For payment
$1,740; laborer, $1,260; in all, $84,680 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public
of one-half of the salaries and other expenses of the Joint Committee
Law 854).
on Internal Revenue Taxation as authorized by law, $35,500 (Act of
Estimate 1946, $84,680
Appropriated 1945, $84,680 June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Appropriated 1945, $35,500
Motor vehicles: For the purchase, exchange, maintenance, and Estimate 1946, $35,500
repair of motor vehicles for carrying the mails, $2,200 (Act of June
Funeral expenses: No part of the appropriations contained in
26, 1944, Public Law 854).
this title for the contingent expenses of the House of Representatives
Estimate 1946, $2,200
Appropriated 1945, $2,200 shall be used to defray the expenses of any committee consisting of
more than six persons (not more than four from the House and not
OFFICIAL REPORTERS OF DEBATES
more than two from the Senate), nor to defray the expenses of any
other person except the Sergeant at Arms of the House or a repreSalaries: Seven official reporters of the proceedings and debates sentative of his office, and except the widow or minor children or
of the House at $7,500 each; cleik, $4,000; assistant clerk, $2,000; both of the deceased, to attend the funeral rites and burial of any
six expert transcribers at $i:,000 each; in all, $70,500 (Act of June person wiio at the time of his or her death is a Representative, a
26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Delegate from a Territory, or a Resident Commissioner from Puerto
Estimate 1946, $70,500
Appropriated 1945, $70,500 Rico (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Telegraph and
COMMITTEE STENOGRAPHERS
Telephone Service—
Salaries: Four stenographers to committees at $7,000 each and
Telegraph and telephone: For telegraph and telephone service,
two stenographers to committees at $6,000 each; clerk at $3,360; six exclusive of personal services, $200,000 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public
expert transcribers at $2,000 each; in all, $55,360: Provided, That Law 854).
any sums received from the sale of copies of transcripts of hearings Estimate 1946, $200,000
Appropriated 1945, $175,000
of committees reported by such stenographers shall be covered into
the Treasury as "miscellaneous receipts" (Act of June 26, 1944, Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Stationery—
Public Law 354).
Stationenr: For stationery for Representatives, Delegates, and
the Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico, for the second session
Estimate 1946, $55,360
Appropriated 1945, $55,360
of the Seventy-ninth Congress, and for stationery for the use of the
Whenever the words "during the session" occur in the foregoing committees and officers of the House (not to exceed $6,000),
paragraphs they shall be construed to mean the one hundred and $93,600 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854; Act of June 28, 1944,
eighty-one days from January 1 to June 30, 1946, inclusive (Act of Public Law 875).
June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $93,600
Appropriated 1945, $312,600
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Attending
Physician—
Total, salaries, officers and employees, House of RepresentaAttending physician's office: For medical supplies, equipment,
tives :
and contingent expenses of the emergency room and for the attendEstimate 1946, $1,339,683
Appropriated 1945, $1,288,880 ing physician and his assistants, including an allowance of $1,500
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to be paid to the attending physician in equal monthly installments
Total, contingent expenses, House of Representatives:
as authorized by the Act approved June 27, 1940 (54 Stat. 629), Estimate 1946, $973,885
Appropriated 1945, $1,165,255
and including an allowance of not to exceed $30 per month each to
four assistants as provided by the House resolutions adopted July
1, 1930, January 20, 1932, and November 18, 1940, $6,985 (Act
oj June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Payment to Widow of Hampton P. Fulmer—
Appropriated 1945, $10,000
Appropriated 1945, $6,985
Estimate 1946, $6,985
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Postage—
Postage stamps: Postmaster, $200; Clerk, $400; Sergeant at
Total, House of Representatives, annual appropriations,
Arms, $250; Doorkeeper, $100; in all, $950 (Act oj June 26, 1944,
general account:
Public Lavj 854).
Estimate 1946, $11,030,568
Appropriated 1945, $9,867,135
Estimate 1946, $950
Appropriated 1945, $950
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Air Mail and
Special Delivery Stamps—
To enable the Clerk of the House to procure and. furnish each
Representative, Delegate, and the Resident Commissioner from
Puerto Rico, United States air mail and special delivery postage
stamps as authorized by law, $32,850; and the maximim allowance
per capita is increased by $25 for the fiscal year 1946 and thereafter
(Act oj June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $32,850
Appropriated 1945, $28,470

CAPITOL POLICE
Uniforms and Equipment, Capitol Police, Senate—
Uniforms and Equipment, Capitol Police, House of Representatives—
General expenses: For purchasing and supplying uniforms, purchase, exchange, maintenance, and repair of motor-propelled
passenger-carrying vehicles, contingent expenses, including $26
per month for extra services performed by a member of such force
for the Capitol Police Board, $9,400 {Act oj June 26, 1944, Public
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Folding Docu- Law 354).
ments—
Appropriated 1945, $9,400
Folding documents: For folding speeches and pamphlets, at a Estimate 1946, $9,400
rate not exceeding $1 per thousand or for the employment of per- Salaries and Expenses of Detailed Police, Capitol Police Board,
sonnel at a rate not to exceed $5.20 per day per person, $30,000
Senate(Act oj June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Salaries and Expenses of Detailed Police, Capitol Police Board,
House of Representatives—
Estimate 1946, $30,000
Appropriated 1945, $30,000
Capitol Police Board: To enable the Capitol Police Board to
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Revision of provide additional protection during the present emergency, for the
Capitol Buildings and Grounds, including the Senate and House
LawsRevision of laws: For preparation and editing of the laws as Office Buildings and the Capitol Power Plant, $55,000. Such sum
authorized by the Act approved May 29, 1928 (1 U. S. C. 59), shall only be expended for payment for salaries and other expenses
$8,000, to be expended under the direction of the Committee on of personnel detailed from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the
Secret Service of the Treasury Department, and the Metropolitan
Revision of the Laws (Act oj June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Police of the District of Columbia, and the heads of such agencies
Estimate 1946, $8,000
Appropriated 1945, $8,000 and the Commissioners of the District of Columbia are authorized
and directed to make such details upon the request of the Board.
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Preparation of Personnel so detailed shall, during the period of such detail, serve
under the direction and instructions of the Board and is authorized
New Edition of the United States Code—
The unexpended balance of the appropriation "For preliminary to exercise the same authority as members of such Metropolitan Police
work in connection with the preparation of a new edition of the and members of the Capitol Police and to perform such other duties
United States Code, including the correction of errors as authorized as may be assigned by the Board. Reimbursement for salaries and
by the Act approved March 2, 1929", contained in the Legislative other expenses of such detailed personnel shall be made to the
Branch Appropriation Act, 1944, is hereby continued available Federal agency or the government of the District of Columbia,
respectively, and any sums so reimbursed shall be credited to the
until June 30, 1946 (Act oj June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
appropriation or appropriations from which such salaries and
expenses are payable and be available for all the purposes thereof:
Payment for Certain Services, House of Representatives—
person
of this
Clerk's office, special assistance: For assistants in compiling Provided, That anysimilar detailed under] the authorityBranch
the Legislative
lists of reports to be made to Congress by public officials; compiling paragraph or under1942, and authority inDeficiency Appropriation
the Second
copy and revising proofs for the House portion of the Official Appropriation Act, Metropolitan Police of the District of Columbia
Act,
Register; preparing and indexing the statistical reports of the Clerk shall 1940, from themember of such Metropolitan Police during the
be deemed
of the House; compiling the telephone and Members' directories; period or periodsa of any such detail for all purposes of
preparing and indexing the daily calendars of business; preparing allowances, privileges, and benefits to the same extent rank, pay,
as though
the official statement of Members' voting records; preparing lists of such detail had not been made, and at the termination thereof any
congressional nominees and statistical summary of elections; pre- such person who was a member of such police on July 1, 1940, shall
paring and indexing questions of order printed in the Appendix to have a status with respect to rank, pay, allowances, privileges, and
the Journal pursuant to House rule III; for recording and filing benefits which is not less
status of
such police
statements of political committees and candidates for election to at the end of such detailthan the June 26, such person inLaw 854).
(Act oj
1944, Public
the House of Representatives pursuant to the Federal Corrupt
Practices Act, 1925 (2 U. S. C. 241-256); and for such other assist- Estimate 1946, $55,000
Appropriated 1945, $55,000
ance as the Clerk of the House may deem necessary and proper in
One-half of the foregoing amounts under "Capitol Police" shall
the conduct of the business of his office, $4,500: Provided, That no
part of this appropriation shall be used to augment the annual be disbursed by the Secretary of the Senate and one-half by the
salary of any employee of the House of Representatives (Act oj Clerk of the House (Act oj June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Appropriated 1945, $4,500
Estimate 1946, $4,500
Total, Capitol Police, annual appropriations, general account:
Automobile and Maintenance, for the Speaker of House of Repre- Estimate 1946, $64,400
Appropriated 1945, $64,400
sentatives—
Speaker's automobile: For exchange, driving, maintenance,
repair, and operation of an automobile for the Speaker, $4,000
(Act oj June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
COMMITTEE ON FEDERAL EXPENDITURES
Estimate 1946, $4,000
Appropriated 1945, $4,000 Salaries and Expenses, Joint Committee on Federal Expenditures,
Senate—
Compiling Testimony in Contested-Election Cases, House of Salaries and Expenses, Joint Committee on Federal Expenditures,
Representatives—
House of Representatives—
Appropriated 1945, $20,000
Appropriated 1945, $1,750




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
JOINT COMMITTEE ON PRINTING

Salaries and Expenses, Joint Committee on Printing, Senate—
Salaries and Expenses, Joint Committee on Printing, House
of Representatives—
Salaries: Clerk, $4,000 and $800 additional so long as the position is held by the present incumbent; inspector under section 20 of
the Act approved January 12, 1895 (44 U. S. C. 49), $2,820; assistant
clerk and stenographer, $2,640; for expenses of compiling, preparing,
and indexing the Congressional Directory, $1,600; in all, $11,860,
one-half to be disbursed by the Secretary of the Senate and the other
half to be disbursed by the Clerk of the House (Act of June 26, 1944,
Public Law 854),
Annual appropriation, general account:
Estimate 1946, $11,860
Appropriated 1945, $11,860
OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL
Legislative Counsel, Senate—
Legislative Counsel, House of Representatives—
Salaries and expenses: For salaries and expenses of maintenance
of the Office of Legislative Counsel, as authorized by law, $86,000,
of which $42,000 shall be disbursed by the Secretary of the Senate
and $44,000 by the Clerk of the House of Representatives (Act of
June 26', 1944, Public Law 854).
Annual appropriation, general account:
Estimate 1946, $86,000
Appropriated 1945, $83,000

STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS
Statement of Appropriations—
For preparation, under the direction of the Committees on
Appropriations of the Senate and House of Representatives of the
statements for the first session of the Seventy-ninth Congress, showing appropriations made, indefinite appropriations, and contracts
authorized, together with a chronological history of the regular
appropriation bills, as required by law, $4,000, to be paid to the
persons designated by the chairmen of such committees to do the
work (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Annual appropriation, general account:
Estimate 1946, $4,000
Appropriated 1945, $4,000
Total, legislative miscellaneous, annual appropriations, general account:
Appropriated 1945, $183,260
Estimate 1946, $166,260
ARCHITECT O¥ THE CAPITOL
OFFICE OF THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAFITOL

Salaries, Office of Architect of the Capitol—
Salaries: For the Architect of the Capitol, Assistant Architect
of the Capitol, and other personal services at rates of pay provided
by law; and the Assistant Architect of the Capitol shall act as Architect of the Capitol during^the- absence or disability of that official or
whenever there is no Architect; [$74,293] $65,470 (40 U. S. C. 161;
Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate:1946, $65,470
Appropriated 1945, $74,293
Obligations
By "objects

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES—continued

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Professional service—Continued.
years salary years salary years salary
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Assistant Architect.
$7,312
$7, 500
$7, 500
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
4,642
Supervising air-conditioning engineer4,600
4,600
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Superintendent of construction
.4,400
4,600
4,600
Elevator engineer..
4,050
4,200
4,200
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
6,975
7,200
7,100
Engineer
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
2,700
2,700
2,650
Total permanent
Overtime pay and additional compensation

17.8 65,470

01
Personal services (net)
_
Excess of obligations over appropriation
due to Public Law 200
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. .

17.8 65,470

Total estimate or appropriation

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Administrative officer
__
1
$4,800
1
$4,800
1
$4,600
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Accountant and auditor
1
3,800
1
3,800
1
3,800
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
2.8 6,870
2. 8 6,870
0. 7 1,896
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
2
4,750
2
4,800
2
4,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
2
3,765
2
3,780
2.1 3,872
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
1
1,605
1
1,620
1
1,560
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Architect
1
9,000
1
9,000
1
9,000




15.8 59,357

9,743

8,789

17.8 75,033

15.8 68,146

-740
3,132
65, 470

74, 293

71, 278

Appropriations under the control of the Architect of the Capitol
shall be available for expenses of travel on official business not to
exceed in the aggregate under all funds the sum of $750 (Act of
June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Cost of Handling Penalty Mail, Architect of the Capitol—
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—Architect of the Capitol, $278.]
For deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty
mail of the Architect of the Capitol as required by section 2 of the Act
of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 864), $300 (Act of Dec. 22, 1944,
Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $300
Appropriated 1945, $278
04 Payment for penalty mail: Obligations—1946, $300; 1945, $278.
CAPITOL BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

Capitol Building and Repairs—
Capitol Buildings: For necessary expenditures for the Capitol
Building and electrical substations of the Senate and House Office
Buildings, under the jurisdiction of the Architect of the Capitol,
including minor improvements, maintenance, repair, equipment,
supplies, material, fuel, oil, waste, and appurtenances; furnishings
and office equipment; special clothing for workmen; water proof
wearing apparel; personal and other services; cleaning and repairing
works of art; maintenance and driving of motor-propelled.passengercarrying office vehicle; not exceeding $300 for the purchase of technical and necessary reference books, periodicals, and city directory;
not to exceed $150 for expenses of attendance, when specifically
authorized by the Architect of the Capitol, at meetings or conventions in connection with subjects related to work under the Architect of the Capitol; and the compensation of the position of supervising engineer shall be at the rate of $6,000 per annum so long as
the position is held by the person who was the incumbent thereof on
May 15, 1941; [$383,747, of which $40,000 shall be immediately
available] $357,800.
[Capitol buildings: The appropriation "Capitol building and
repairs, 1942", contained in the Legislative Branch Appropriation
Act, 1942, is hereby made available until expended to pay the
balance outstanding on contract entered into by the Architect of
the Capitol with the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing
Company November 7, 1941, for furnishing the materials and performing the work for making changes to two motor generator sets
of the Senate Office Building substation to increase their output
capacity] (40 U. S. C. 162, 168, 168a, 166; Act of June 26, 1944,
Public Law 854; Act of June 28, 1944, Public Law 375).
Estimate 1946, $357,800

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES

17.8 65,290

Appropriated 1945, $383,747
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
1
$3,300
Purchasing and accounting officer
1
$3,225
1
$3,155
1
2,900
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
1
2,900
0.1
121
1
2,300
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900.
1
2,300
1
2,467
1
1,920
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160.
1
1,920
1.8 3,423
1
1,980
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
1
1,980
1
1,977
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
0.6
693

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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Obligations

Obligations
By objects

By objects

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES—continued

Professional service:
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Electrical engineer
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Assistant electrical engineer
Air-conditioning engineer
Assistant supervising engineer
"._
Subprofessional service:
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600..
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160...
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 9. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 8. Range $2,200 to $2,800.._
Grade 7. Range $2,040 to $2,500
Grade 6. Range $1,860 to $2,220..
Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
Forewoman of charwomen
Charwoman
Statutory:
Supervising engineer
Unclassified:
Elevator operator
Total permanent
Temporary employment
Overtime pay and additional compensation. _
01
Personal services (net)

1

Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary
salary
years salary
1
$4,250
$4,400

1
1
1

3,500
3,500
3,200

1
1
3
7
7
33
1
9
11
8
1
25

Manyears

1

1

$4,400

2,200
1,860

1
1
0.9
1
1

8,500
17,000
15,160
64,020
1,740
14, 460
15, 780
10, 560
1,099
15, 275

3
7
7.1
33
1
9
11
8
1
25

8,450
16,925
15, 320
63, 765
1,740
14, 430
15, 690
10, 440
1,099
15, 275

3,400
3,400

3,475
3,475
2,933
2,200
1,830

6,000

2,150
1,800
3
7
8
29.4
2.8
8.5
8.6
7. 9

1

8,300
16, 350
17,045
56,171
4,757
13, 568
11,836
9, 965
1,099
13, 482

PERSONAL SERVICES

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800..
Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Landscape architect and horticulturist
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Landscape gardener
Engineer
Subprofessional service:
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160..Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980.
Grade 2. Range $1,320 to $1,680
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620.~

Other contractual services:
Repairs and alterations:
Painting, annual
Painting dome and central portion of building...
_
_
Elevator repairs, annual
Substation equipment and repairs
General annual repairs and alterations
Preparation of depositories, Capitol Building and Library of
Congress Annex
..Reconstruction of roofs and skylights over Senate and House
wings, Capitol Building

Structural and mechanical
changes, Senate restaurant and
kitchen in Capitol Building
Tiling Senate subway entrance...
Replacement 2 revolving doors,
House and Senate wings.
Repairs and improvements House
and Senate air intakes
Plumbing renewals
Total, repairs and alterations...
Advertising
Maintenance and repair, lighting
systems, grounds
Maintenance, air-conditioning system
-...-

Total Man- Total Man- Total
salary years salary years salary
$1,560

1

6,000

30,000
25
230, 654 142
9,598

30,000
229, 772
9,598

24
28,763
133.7 214,172
6,961

142

240,252

50, 268
289,638

5,400

1

5,350

5,200

3,500
3, 400

1
1

3,425
3,375

3,375
3,300

1
1
20

1,920
1,620
28, 500

1
1
20

1,905
1, 620
28, 245

17.2

23,764

1
27

1,800
38,220

1
22

1,785
31,100

0. 7
25.7

1, 078
35,056

Total permanent
Temporary employment
Overtime pay and additional compensation

54

85,920
7,500

49

78,335
7,500

48. (

75, 073
8,092

17, 956

17, 769

01

54

93,420

49

103,791

48. 6 100,934

46, 581
133. 7 267, 714

100
25
20

112
1
20

15, 000

10,000

10, 349

2,250

35, 862
2,250

4,138
1,413

142

100
25
20

3,100

3,100

Personal services (net)-

1,800

02 Travel.
03 Transportation of things-.
04 Communication services-.

17, 740

13, 092

33

Other contractual services:
Repairs and alterations:
General annual repairs and
alterations
Special paving repairs
Repairs to sewers (special).

6,050
6,800

6,050

5,897
" 18," 257

Total, repairs and alterations..
Advertising
,
Snow removal..
Maintenance, signal lights

11,850
50
5,000
1,364

24,154

18, 264
6,500
4,214

07 Total, other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
09 E quipment

6,050
50
5,000
1,364
12, 464
6, 500
1.528

25, 436
5,615
1,280

69
1,213

3,217

17, 740

Total other obligations .

4,028

422,509

75,000

7,300

29,080

20, 594

32, 366

Grand total obligations
Reappropriation of 1943 balance in 1944.

122, 500

124, 385

133, 300
-18,257

Net total obligations.
Excess of obligations over appropriation
due to Public Law 200
Estimated savings, unobligated balance —

122, 500

124, 385

115, 043

-1,615
5,495

Total estimate or appropriation

10,148

122, 500

122, 770

120, 538

11,800
6,000
18, 800
15,000
512,199
50

143,952
50

53, 685

6,238

3,000

3,622

3,000

3,000

2,657

150, 002
18,025
400

Total other obligations .
Grand total obligations.

540,057

168, 572

72,191

780,309

458, 210

Maintenance, Legislative Garage—
Legislative garage: For maintenance, repairs, alterations,
personal and other services, and all necessarv incidental expenses,
[$15,2293 $13,200 (40 U. S. C. 185a; 49 Stat. 470; Act of June
26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $13,200
Appropriated 1945, $15,229

59,964
11,874
220

339,905
-518,985
+497,509

-422," 509'
357,800

- 4 9 7 , 509
+422, 509
+4,138
387,348

-4,138
314,291

-3,601
20,620

357,800

383,747

334,911

Improving the Capitol Grounds—
Capitol Grounds: For care and improvement of grounds surrounding the Capitol, Senate and House Office Buildings; Capitol
Power Plant; personal and other services; care of trees; planting;
fertilizers; repairs to pavements, walks, and roadways; purchase of
waterproof wearing apparel; maintenance of signal lights; and for
snow removal by hire of men and equipment or under contract
without compliance with section 3709 (41 U. S. C. 5) of the Revised
Statutes; [$122,770] $122,500 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law
354).
Estimate 1946, $122,500
Appropriated 1945, $122,770




$1,500

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

521, 487
18,025
400

Net total obligations
Excess of obligations over appropriation
due to Public Law 200
Estimated savings, unobligated balance.Total estimate or appropriation

1

6,000

1

25
142

07 Total, other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials _
09 Equipment

Prior year balance available i n 1944..
1944 balance available i n 1945
1945 balance available in 1946
...
1945 a p p r o p r i a t i o n obligated in 1944..

$1,530

1
1

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02 Travel 03 Transportation of things.
04 Communication services.

Manyears

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Total Mansalary years

Total Man- Total
salary years salary

1
1
5

$2,100
1,560
7,260

1
1
5

$2,100
1,560
7,215

1
$2,055
1
1,515
4. 7 6, 568

Total permanent....
Overtime pay and additional compensation

7

10,920

7

10,875

6.7 10,138

01

7

PERSONAL SERVICES

Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 7. Range $2,040 to $2,500
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620

Personal services (net)

Manyears

2,359
10,920

7

2,217

13,234

6.7 12,355

1, 500
720

481
731

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
Total other obligations
Grand total obligations
Excess of obligations over appropriation
due to Public Law 200
Estimated savings, unobligated balance

Total estimate or appropriation

1,500
780
2,280

2,220

1,212

13, 200

15, 454

13, 567

-225
1,122
13, 200

15, 229

14, 689

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

ings, Supreme Court Building, Congressional Library Buildings, and
so forth, fiscal year 1944, including the objects specified under this
CAPITOL BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS—Continued
head in the Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1944, $72,900,
of which $40,500 shall remain available until June 30, 1945] (40
Subway Transportation, Capitol and Senate Office Buildings—
U. S. C. 185; 52 Stat. 391; Act of April 1, 1944, Public Law 279;
Subway transportation, Capitol and Senate Office Buildings: Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
For repairs, rebuilding, and maintenance of the subway system
Appropriated 1945, $850,000
connecting the Senate Office Building with the Senate wing of the Estimate 1946, $882,700
United States Capitol and for personal and other services, including
Obligations
maintenance of the cars, track, and electrical equipment connected
therewith, $1,500 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Estimate 1946, $1,500
Appropriated 1945, $1,500
ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL—Continued

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment
*
Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated b a l a n c e Total estimate or appropriation

$900
200
400

$900
200
400

$970
139
377

1,500

1,500

1,486
14

1,500

1,500

1,500

Grand total obligations.
„
1944 appropriation available in 1945,
Net total obligations....
Excess of obligations over appropriation
due to Public Law 200
Estimated savings, unobligated balance .

$882,700

$868, 921
-16,801

$838,406
+16,801

882,700

852,120

855,207

-2,120
850,000

882,700

Total estimate or appropriation

22,614
877,821

The appropriations under the control of the Architect of the
Capitol may be expended without reference to section 4 of the Act
approved June 17, 1910 (41 U. S. C. 7), concerning purchases for
executive departments.
The Government Printing Office and the Washington City Post
Office shall reimburse the Capitol Power Plant for heat, light, and
power whenever any such service is furnished during thefiscalyear
[1945] 1946, and the amounts so reimbursed shall be covered into
the Treasury (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).

Maintenance, Senate Office Building—
Senate Office Building: For maintenance, miscellaneous items
and supplies, including furniture, furnishings, and equipment, and
for labor and material incident thereto, and repairs thereof; for
purchase of waterproof wearing apparel and for personal and other
services, including four female attendants in charge of ladies'
LIBRARY BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
retiring rooms at $1,500 each, for the care and operation of the
Senate Office Building; to be expended under the control and superMECHANICAL AND STRUCTURAL MAINTENANCE
vision of the Architect of the Capitol; in all, [$352,960] $349,500
Library Buildings and Grounds—
(40 U. S. C. 174c; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Salaries: For chief engineer and all personal services at rates of
Estimate 1946, $349,500
Appropriated 1945, $352,960
pay provided by law, [$115,000] $103,300 (2 U. S. C. HI; 52 Stat.
392; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Obligations
Estimate 1946, $103,300
Appropriated 1945,. $115,000
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Grand total obligations
Reappropriation of 1943 balance in 1944. .Net total obligations
Excess of obligations over appropriation
due to Public Law 200.
Estimated savings, unobligated balance._
Total estimate or appropriation

$349,500

$356,895

$315,391
-4,870

349,500

356,895

310, 521

-3,935
349,500

352,960

22, 333

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
$444, 340

Total estimate or appropriation

444,340

$468,298
-3,298
465,000

$429,659
22,488
452,147

Capitol Power Plant—
Capitol power plant: For lighting, heating and power for the
Capitol, Senate and House Office Buildings, Supreme Court Building, Congressional Library Buildings, and the grounds about the
same, Botanic Garden, legislative garage, and folding and storage
rooms of the Senate, and for air-conditioning refrigeration not supplied from plants in any of such buildings; for heating the Government Printing Office and Washington City Post Office and for light
and power therefor whenever available; personal and other services,
engineering instruments, fuel, oil, materials, labor, advertising, and
purchase of waterproof wearing apparel in connection with the
maintenance and operation of the plant; [$850,000] $882,700.
[Capitol Power Plant: For an additional amount for lighting,
heating, and power for the Capitol, Senate and House Office Build-




Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
-_-.
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 9. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 8. Range $2,200 to $2,800
Grade 7. Range $2,040 to $2,500
Grade 6. Range $1,860 to $2,220
Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860.
•..
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620-

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
2

$3,300

2

$3,300

1.8 $3,161

3
5
9
17
2
16
1

7,400
11,300
18,900
32,760
3,480
24,840
1,320

3
5
9
16
2
13.1

7,375
11,275
18,900
30,860
3,480
20, 605

3
7,258
3.9 8, 716
9.9 20,162
14.9 28,406
2
3,390
14.1 21,037

Total permanent...
_
Overtime pay and additional compensation .
-.„ «

55

103,300

50.1 95,795

49.6 92,130

01
Personal services (net)
Excess of obligations over appropriation
due to Public Law 200
Estimated savings, unobligated balance

332,854

Maintenance, House Office Buildings—
House Office Buildings: For maintenance, including equipment,
waterproof wearing apparel, miscellaneous items, and for all necessary services, [$465,000] $444,340 (40 U. S. C. 175; 47 Stat. 392;
Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $444,340
Appropriated 1945, $465,000

Grand total obligations
Excess of obligations over appropriation
due to Public Law 200
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _

Obligations
By objects

55

Total estimate or appropriation

20, 200
103,300

19,958

50.1 115,995

49.6 112,088

-995
103, 300

115,000

2,872
114, 960

Salaries, Sunday opening: For extra services of employees and
additional employees under the Architect of the Capitol to provide
for the opening of the Library Buildings on Sundays and on holidays,
at rates to befixedby such Architect, $7,000 (Act of June 26, 1944,
Public Law 354).
Appropriated 1945, $7,000
Estimate 1946, $7,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Per diem employees for 61 Sundays and
holidays.
Overtime pay and additional compensation
01
Personal services (net)
Estimated savings, unobligated balance.Total estimate or appropriation

$7,000

$6,100

$5,812

900

888

7,000

7,000

6,700
914

7,000

7,000

7,614

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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
General repairs, and so forth: For necessary expenditures for
the Library Buildings and Grounds under the jurisdiction of the
Architect of the Capitol, including minor improvements, maintenance, repair, equipment, supplies, waterproof wearing apparel,
material, and appurtenances, and personal and other services in
connection with the mechanical and structural maintenance of such
buildings and grounds, [$25,000] $280,500.
[Library buildings and grounds: The appropriation "Library
buildings and grounds, 1942", contained in the Legislative Branch
Appropriation Act, 1942, is hereby made available until expended
to pay the amount outstanding on contract entered into by the
Architect of the Capitol with the Mance Air Conditioning Corporation June 5, 1942, for furnishing the materials and performing the
work for the installation of an air-conditioning system for the recording laboratory in the Library of Congress] (2 U. S. C. 141, 52 Slat.
892; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854; Act of June 28, 1944,
Public Law 875).
Estimate 1946, $230,500
Appropriated 1945, $25,000
Obligations

Emergency Safeguarding of Public Property, Architect of the
Capitol—
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Received by transfer from "Emergency
safeguarding of public buildings and
property, Public Buildings Administration"
Estimated savings, unobligated balance-.

-$75,000
75,000

Total estimate or appropriation.

Claims, Judgments, and Private Relief Acts—

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
02 Travel—
Other contractual services:
General annual repairs
Maintenance and repairs, air-conditioning and refrigerating systems (both buildings)
-.Maintenance and repairs, elevators
(both buildings)
Painting (both buildings)
Renew copper cornice flashing, roof,
main building
Repairs and restoration, ceiling,
west main, 2d floor, main buildingInstallation of circular stairs, annex.
Installation of exit lights (both
buildings)
_
Extension of rare-book stack
_..
Engineering studies, lighting system, main building; electric feeders, annex bookstacks..
Collapsible wings for revolving
doors, main entrances, main
building
_•
__
07 Total, other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
Equipment:
Reading lamps for main reading
room
New electric clock system, main
building.
_
___
Steel panels for manuscript division stack...
Built-in furniture, annex
Refrigeration equipment, main
building
Fire alarm system, main building. _
Bookshelves, annex bookstacks
09 Total, equipment
Lands and structures:
Annual maintenance
.__
Sprinkler system, grounds, main
building
Pointing coping walls, fountain and
stair approaches, grounds, main
building
Repairs to terrace platform, west
side, main building.
10 Total, lands and structures
Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate or appropriation

Total, Library Buildings and Grounds:
Estimate 1946, $807,800
Appropriated 1945, $147,000

$33
$5,500

$5, 500

5,204

3,300

3,300
3,000

Total, Architect of the Capitol, annual appropriations, general account:
Appropriated 1945, $2,412,777
Estimate 1946, $3,045,110

4,071

3,000
19, 500

13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities: Obligations—1944, $900.

4,045

BOTANIC GARDEN
Salaries, Botanic Garden—
Salaries: For personal services (including not exceeding $3,000
for miscellaneous temporary labor without regard to the Classification Act of 1923, as amended), [$95,000J $85,240; all under the
direction of the Joint Committee on the Library (Act of June 26,
1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $85,240
Appropriated 1945, $95,000

11,650
8,000
4,680
6,000
11,100
10,000
2,500
82, 730
10, 700

14, 300
9,700

Obligations
13, 320
7,505

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

1,280

PERSONAL SERVICES

1,800

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Professional service:
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Assistant director
_
Subprofessional service:
Grade 8. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
_._
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 3. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Grade 2. Range $1,320 to $1,680
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 6. Range $1,860 to $2,220
Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040...
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500

3,250
8,450
16, 200
33, 600
53, 540
118,120
1,000

1,000

1,305

12,000
3,800
2,150
18.950
230, 500

1,000
25,000

230,500

25, 000

1.305
22,163
2,837
25,000

Man- Total Manyears salary years

Total Man- Total
salary years salary

1
1
1

$2,100
1,920
1,740

1
1

1

3,800

1

1
1
1
9
7
4

3,200
2,300
2,160
16,620
11,340
5,460

4
3
13
1

7,800
5,220
18,840
1,260

4
3
11
1

7,800
5,220
16,035
1,260

4
3
12
1

Total permanent
Temporary employment
Overtime pay and additional compensation

48

83,760
1,480

44. 7

78,130
1,480

45. 7 76, 587
1,488

01
Personal services (net)
Excess of obligations over appropriation
due to Public Law 200
Estimated savings, unobligated balance

48

85,240

44.7

1
1
1
9
7
3. 7

$1,890
1,710

1
1

$1,860
1,680

3,800

1

3,800

3,200
2,225
2,160
16,515
11,265
5,050

1
1
1
9
7
3. 7

7,620
5,085
16,691
1,215

16,818

16,690
96,300

3,100
2,175
2,160
15,930
10,515
4,756

45.7

94,893

Addition to main Library of Congress Building: For construction
—1,300
of an addition to the main Library of Congress Building to be situated
2,381
in the southwest court and to contain facilities for a cafeteria, public
97,274
Total estimate or appropriation
85, 240
95,000
catalog room, and storage spaces; for necessary changes and alterations
to the sections of the main building affected; for furnishings and
equipment; and for any other necessary incidental expenditures; Maintenance, Botanic Garden—
$4^7,000, to remain available until June 80, 1947, and to be expended
Maintenance, operation, repairs, and improvements: For all
by the Architect of the Capitol (submitted).
necessary expenses incident to maintaining, operating, repairing, and
improving the Botanic Garden, and the nurseries, buildings, grounds,
Estimate 1946, $467,000
and equipment pertaining thereto, including procuring fertilizers,
soils, tools, trees, shrubs, plants, and seeds; materials and miscelObligations
laneous supplies, including rubber boots and aprons when required
By objects
for use by employees in connection with their work; not to exceed
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
$25 for emergency medical supplies; disposition of waste; traveling
expenses of the Director and his assistants, not to exceed $250;
10 Lands and structures
__
$309,400
streetcar fares, not exceeding $25; not to exceed $45 for deposit in the
+157,600
1946 appropriation available in 1947
_
general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty mail as required by
section 2 of the Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 864); office equipTotal estimate or appropriation.....
467,000
ment and contingent expenses; the prevention and eradication of




14

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

BOTANIC GARDEN—Continued
Maintenance, Botanic Garden—Continued.
insect and other pests and plant diseases by purchase of materials,
and procurement of personal services by contract without regard to
the provisions of any other Act; repair, maintenance, operation,
purchase, and exchange of motortrucks, and maintenance, repair,
and operation of a passenger motor vehicle; purchase of botanical
books, periodicals, and books of reference, not to exceed $100; repairs
and improvements to Director's residence; and all other necessary
expenses; all under the direction of the Joint Committee on the
Library, $20,000.
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—Botanic Garden: Not to exceed
$45 of the appropriation "Maintenance; Botanic Garden, 1945"!
(Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354; Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public
Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $20,000
Appropriated 1945, $20,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
02 Travel
03 Transportation of things
04 Payment for penalty mail
Other communication services
05 Rents and utility services
07 O ther contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment
_
10 Lands and structures
Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. Total estimate or appropriation

$150
50
45
55
200
3,600
6,425
9,375
100

$150
50
45
55
200
3,600
6,425
9,375
100

20,000

20,000

19, 880
1,120

20,000

20,000

21,000

$32

72
107
3,352
9,184
7,133

No part of the appropriations contained in this title for the
Botanic Garden shall be used for the distribution, by congressional
allotment, of trees, plants, shrubs, or other nursery stock (Act of
June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES—continued

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Professional service—Continued.
years salary years salary
years
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Chief assistant librarian
1
$8,000
1
$8,000
Director of department
3
24,000
3
24,000
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Chief assistant librarian
1
$6,750
Director, processing department
1
6,500
Law librarian...
1
6,500
1
6,500
Assistant director
2
13,000
1
6,500
Chief of division...
7
45,500
6
39,000
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Law librarian
5,600
Director, reference department
5,800
Chief of division.
28, 000
28,000
Reference consultant
11,200
Assistant director, circulation service.
5,600
Assistant chief, division of United
States history
5,600
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior librarian
19
88,200
13
60,600
13.5 67,094
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Chief recording engineer.
1
3,800
1
3,800
1
3,800
Librarian
32.9 126,320
30.9 118,720
17.1 69,297
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Assistant librarian
63 204,800
42. 8 141, 615
56 182,400
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
116 309,400 100 267,800
85.1 232,493
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
99 204,000
74 154,000
86. 2 180, 343
Subprofessional service:
Grade 8. Range $2,600 to $3,200
2,800
1
1
2,800
1
2,800
Grade 7. Range $2,300 to $2,900. _
12,000
5
3.1 7,886
5
12,000
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
66,400
33
11.7 24,498
64,400
32
76 138, 720
66 120, 720 56.2 102,679
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
66 107,800
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980
54
88, 360 66. 2 108,124
102 146,820
86 123,780 76. 2 110, 521
Grade 3. Range $1,440 to $1,800
16
23,080
16
Grade 2. Range $1,320 to $1,680
12.4 17,245
23,080
Grade 1. Range $1,200 to $1,560
6. 3 7, 542
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
9
13,860
9.5 14,448
9
13,860
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
27.2 36,031
34.5 45,840
32.5 43,200
Total permanent.
Salary, Librarian of Congress Emeritus...
Temporary employment
Overtime pay
01

Total, Botanic Garden, annual appropriations, general
account:
Estimate 1946, $105,240
Appropriated 1945, $115,000

Personal services (net)

Excess of obligations over appropriation
due to reclassiflcation
Estimated savings, unobligated balance __
Total estimate or appropriation

849.9
1,

705.9
1,618,400
5,000
5,000
290,100

650.2
1,398,295
5,000
5,433
283, 921

849.9
1,958,800

705.9
1,918,500
-168,500

650.2
1,692,649

1,958,800

1,750,000

1,721,256

5,000
5,000

28,607

COPYRIGHT OFFICE

Salaries, Copyright Office, Library of Congress—
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
Salaries: For the Register of Copyrights, assistant register, and
Salaries, Library Proper, Library of Congress—
other personal services, [$348,000] $306,000 (2 U. S. C. 136, 140,
Salaries, Library proper: For the Librarian, the Librarian 141, 150; 17 U. S. C. 48; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Emeritus, Chief Assistant Librarian, and other personal services,
including special and temporary services and extra special services Estimate 1946, $306,000
Appropriated 1945, $348,000
of regular employees (not exceeding $5,000) at rates to be fixed by
the Librarian, [$1,750,000] $1,958,800 (2 U. S. C. 186, 186a, 140;
Obligations
Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
By objects
Estimate 1946, $1,958,800
Appropriated 1945, $1,750,000
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual ,1944
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual , 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
1
1
1.4 $8, 233
Director of personnel
$5,600
$5,600
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Executive assistant to the chief as1
1
0.5
sistant librarian
2,492
4,600
4,600
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
1
1
0.4
1,633
3,800
3,800
Assistant director of personnel
2
Administrative officer
7,600
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
1
1
3,700
Accounting officer
.3,700
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
6
4
4.8 16, 215
13,800
Senior administrative assistant
20,200
14
9
6.1 16, 285
23,800
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
36, 800
5
5
5.3 13, 582
13,000
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
...
13,000
15
11
6.6 14,175
22,800
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
30,800
26
16
47, 580
29, 580
16.3 30,186
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
40
30
65,040
48, 880
34.4 57, 294
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
32.5 47, 500
24.5 35, 980
39.2 57, 429
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
8
8
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
11,340
11, 340
14.7 19,705
Professional service:
Grade 10. In excess of $9,000:
1
1
1
10,000
10,000
10,000
Librarian of Congress




PERSONAL SERVICES

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
1
1
$3 200
Executive assistant
$3 200
0 3 $1 067
1
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
1
3,100
3,805
3,100
1.2
7
7
5.8 16,229
19,300
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
19,300
3
3
2.4
7,500
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900.
7,500
6,073
9
9
9.8 22,798
21,100
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600....
21,100
28
53,820
26.7 52,005
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
.__ 28
53,820
37
37
60,160
28.9 46,827
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
60,160
24
32, 220
16.8 24, 460
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
35,100. 22
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
4
4
3.2
5,280
4,345
5,280
Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
1
1
0 9 5 467
5 600
5,600
Register of copyrights
_.
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
1
1
Assistant register
0 9 4 083
4 600
4,600
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
1
1
0 8 3 209
Attorney
_.
4 000
4 000
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
2
1
Associate attorney. . . .
0 9 3 067
3 200
6 400
1
1
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
2,600
0.5
2,600
1,325
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
1
2,000
Subprofessional service:
2
2
2
5,300
5,225
Grade 7. Range $2,300 to $2,900
5,300
5
5
5
11,300
10,915
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
11,300
10
9.7 17, 652
19,140
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
:._ 10
19,140
14
9.1 14,870
27, 500
22, 680
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980.
._ 17
4
4
2.8
5,760
5,760
3,913
Grade 3. Range $1,440 to $1,800
1
1
1.3
Grade 2. Range $1,320 to $1,680
1,320
1,320
1,723

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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Manyears

Total
salary

Man- Total
years salary

Manyears

Total
salary

1
1

$1,200
720

162

306,000

155

293,100
54,900

129.4 249, 862
52,958

162
01
Personal services (net)
Estimated savings, unobligated balance..

306,000

155

348,000

sonal services, freight charges (not exceeding $500), expressage, postage, traveling expenses connected with such distribution, expenses of
attendance at meetings when incurred on the written authority and
direction of the Librarian, and including not to exceed $30,000 for
employees engaged in piece work and work by the day or hour and
for extra special services of regular employees at rates to be fixed
by the Librarian; in all, [$271,605] $230,700 (2 U. S. C. 136, 140,
1411 150; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).

129. 4 302, 820
22,939

PERSONAL SERVICES—continued

Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
Grade 1. Range $720 to $960
Total permanent .
Overtime pay

306,000

Total estimate or appropriation

0.3
0.1

$1,200
720

$744
60

Estimate 1946, $230,700

Appropriated 1945, $271,605
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945
PEESONAL SERVICES

LEGISLATIVE t REFERENCE

SERVICE

Legislative Reference Service, Library of Congress—
Salaries: To enable the Librarian of Congress to employ competent persons to gather, classify, and make available, in translations,
indexes, digests, compilations, and bulletins, and otherwise, data
for or bearing upon legislation, and to render such data serviceable
to Congress, and committees and Members thereof, and for printing
and binding the digests of public general bills, and including not
to exceed $5,700 for employees engaged on piece work and work by
the day or hour at rates to be fixed by the Librarian, [$178,000]
$248,800: Provided, That not more than $20,000 of this sum shall
be used for preparation and reproduction of copies of the Digest
of General Public Bills (2 U. S. C. 136, 140, 141, 150; Act of June
26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Appropriated 1945, $178,000

Estimate 1946, $248,300

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946
PERSONAL SERVICES

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800
,
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
Professional service:
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Director
Research counsel
Analyst-..
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Director..
Executive officer
_
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Assistant directorAttorney
Senior librarian
Grade 4, Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Librarian.
_
_.
Assistant analyst
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Subprofessional service:
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160.
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980.
Grade 3. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Grade 2. Range $1,320 to $1,680
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620

Manyears

Total
salary

1
2
4
7
7
2

Estimate, 1945
Manyears

Total
salary

$3,200
4,100
7,440
11,400
10,080
2,520

Actual, 1944
Man- Total
years salary

$2,100
7,440
6,540
5,760
2,520

1
$2,075
3.1 5,780
4.6 7,491
3.5 5,006
2.3 3,175

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Chief, card division
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Assistant chief
Librarian
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate librarian
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200.
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Subprofessional service:
Grade 7. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600..
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 3. Range $1,440 to $1,800..
Grade 2. Range $1,260 to $1,620
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
....
Grade 3: Range $1,320 to $1,620
Total permanent
Employment by piece, day, or hour
Overtime pay
01

Personal services (net)

Actual, 1944

Manyears

325, 759

348,000

Total
salary

Manyears

Total
salary

Man- Total
years salary

1
3
19
35
9

$2,100
5,760
31,440
50,880
12, 240

1
3
19
31
9

$2,100
5,760
31,440
45,120
12, 240

0.2
$433
1.8
4,242
3.1
6,000
21.3 35,119
30.8 44, 202
8.8 11, 635

1

5,000

1

5,000

1

4,850

1

3,800

1

3,800

1
0.2

3,800
632

1
5
6

3,300
13,600
12, 200

1
5
6

3,300
13,600
12,200

1
5
9
10
16
5

2,400
10, 200
16, 380
16,320
23,340
6,960

1
5
9
10
16
5

2,400
10, 200
16, 380
16, 320
23,340
6,960

1
1
6
1

4

5,820

4

5,820

131

221,740
7,730

127

215,980
7,730
46,585

120.7 202,940
22,500
42,499

131

229,470

127

270, 295

120.7 267,939

•
_

.

1
1

5,200
4,600

14
7
15

7,800
22,800
46,100
18, 300
30, 500

5,800
1
1

1
1
0.2

5,200
4,600

5,200
4,600
848

7,800
39, 700
18,300
26, 500

12
7
13

3,600

12,016
9.4 31,574
8.8 23,400
10.4 20,986

3,600

1.7
0.8
0.1
0.7

3,550
1,300
29
920

2,640

1,320

1.3 1,683

137,880
3,920
29,700

53.9 135,433
3,547
26, 203

01

82

241,800

171,500

53.9 165,183

5,800
700

5,800
700

6,500

6,500

5,748

248, 300

178,000

02 Travel
03 Transportation of things
04 Communication services..

920
10
300

1,000
10
300

1,910

1,230

1,310

2,102

230,700

271,605

270,041
3,912

Total estimate or appropriation

230,700

271,605

273,953

248,300

178,000

176,371

INDEX TO STATE

Total estimate or appropriation

DISTRIBUTION OF [ C A R D I N D E X E S ] PRINTED

CARDS

Distribution of Printed Cards, Library of Congress—
Salaries and expenses: For the distribution of [card indexes]
printed cards and other publications of the Library, including per-




192

LEGISLATION

Index to State Legislation, Library of Congress—
Salaries and expenses: To enable the Librarian of Congress to
prepare an index to the legislation of the several States, together
with a supplemental digest of the more important legislation, as
authorized and directed by the Act entitled "An Act providing for
the preparation of a biennial index to State legislation", approved
February 10, 1927 (2 U. S. C. 164, 165), including personal and other
services within and without the District of Columbia, including not
to exceed $2,500 for special and temporary services at rates to be
fixed by the Librarian, travel, necessary material and apparatus,
and for printing and binding the indexes and digests of State legislation for official distribution only, and other printing and binding
incident to the work of compilation, stationery, and incidentals,
[$35,000] $37,700 (2 U. S. C. 164t 165; Act of June 26, 1944,
Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $37,700
Appropriated 1945, $35,000

170,931
5,440

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance..

5,391

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

4,925
823

55

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Total other obligations.

3.8

5,600

237,880
3,920

Printing and binding.-.
Supplies and materials-

1,842
0.8
3.9
7,873
7.2 12,970
8.2 12,969
14.2 20,094
4.4
5,990

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. .

6,500

6,500
6,500
39,000

82

06
08

3,275
13, 375
8,248

Total other obligations

Total permanent
Employment b y piece, day, or hour..
Overtime pay
Personal services (net)..

1
5
4

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945
PERSONAL SERVICES
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600.
Grade4. Range $1,800 to $2,160.._
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800.
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior librarian

Actual , 1944

Manyears

Total
salary

Manyears

Tota>
salary

Man- Total
years salary

1
1
2
1

$2, 200
1,800
3.240
1,440

1
1
2

$2, 200
1,800
3,240

1

5,400

1

5.400

1

$2,200

1.8
0 5
0 2

3.112
785
275

1

5,250

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Obligations

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS—Continued

By objects

INDEX TO STATE LEGISLATION—continued

Estimate,1946 Estimate,1945 Actual, 1944

Obligations

PERSONAL SERVICES—continued

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES—continued

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary

Professional service—Continued.
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980:
Assistant librarian

$6, 500

2
4
1

$6, 500

Total permanent
Temporary employment
Overtime pay

13

33, 280
370

10

27, 240
528
3,182

13

33, 650

10

30, 950

3,350
600
100

3,865
584
100

Personal services (net)

10, 700
2,000

2
3

8,100

1.7 $6,400
3.1 8,822
1.8 3,587

Total permanent...
Temporary employmentOvertime pay
_

21

43,240
700

21

43, 240
700
7,345

25. 6 46, 485
558

01

21

43,940

21

51,285

25.6

Personal services (net).

3,350
600
100
4,050

Travel
Transportation of t h i n g s Other contractual services .
Supplies and materials
Equipment
_

300
20
10
280
150

43, 380

249
416
31
181
150

760

1,027
57,769

42, 378
1,002

35,000

300
20
10
285
150

44,700

Grand total obligations
Excess of obligations over appropriation
due to reclassification
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. .

4,549

35,000

37, 700

Grand total obligations.
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. .
Total estimate or appropriation

4,050

37, 700

Total other obligations

56,742

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Total other obligations.
_

Total Man- Total
salary years salary
$2,880
6.8 $9,599
1.8 2,377

2

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

06 Printing and binding
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment

Total Mansalary years
$2,880

11.1 37, 829

Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600..

Manyears
2

11.1 30, 431
1,505
5,893

01

Subprofessional service—Continued.
Grade 3. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Grade 2. Range $1,320 to $1,680

Total estimate, or appropriation

44, 700

MOTION-PICTURE

46, 925

57,773

PROJECT

Motion-Picture Project, Library of Congress—
To enable the Librarian of Congress to make preliminary invesSUNDAY OPENING
tigations and to prepare plans for recording, storing, and servicing of
motion pictures and still photographs, including personal services,
Sunday Opening, Library of Congress—
traveling expenses, rental of storage space and other necessary expenses,
Salaries: To enable the Library of Congress to be kept open $21,000 (submitted).
for reference use on Sundays and on holidays within the discretion
of the Librarian, including the extra services of employees and the Estimate 1946, $21,000
services of additional employees under the Librarian, at rates to be
fixed by the Librarian, [$10,000] $15,000 (2 U. S. C. lift, HI;
Obligations
Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
By objects
Estimate 1946, $15,000
Appropriated 1945, $10,000
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
01 Personal services (net)
Estimated savings, unobligated balance ,.

$10,000

$15,000

$15,000

Total estimate or appropriation

10,000

15,000

15,000

Professional service:
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Chief, motion-picture project
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Technician
_
Clerical, administrative, andfiscalservice:
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Personal services (net)

01

Manyears

Total Mansalary years

1

Total
salary

$6,500

2

Total Mansalary years

7,600

2

3,600

5

17,700

OTHER OBLIGATIONS
UNION

CATALOGUES

Union Catalogues, Library of Congress—
Salaries and expenses: To continue the development and
maintenance of the Union Catalogues, including personal services
within and without the District of Columbia (and not to exceed
$700 for special and temporary services, including extra special
services of regular employees, at rates to be fixed by the Librarian),
travel, necessary material and apparatus, stationery, photostat
supplies, and incidentals, [$46,925] $44,700 (2 U. S. C. 140, HI;
Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $44,700
Appropriated 1945, $46,925
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual , 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
_...
Grade 3 Range $1,620 to $1,980
Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Director
Grade 5. Rarlge $4,600 to $5,400:
Director
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Assistant director
Grade 2 Range $2,600 to $3 200
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Subprofessional service:
Grade 7. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2.600
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160.
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980




Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
1

$1,800

1

$1,800

1

5,600

1

5,600
1

4,850

1

3,200

1

3,200

0.4

1

2,000

1

2,000

0.6
0.4

1,358
1,517
918

1
1
13

2,300
2,000
23,460

1
1
13

2,300
2,000
23,460

0.6 $1,217
550
0,4

972
0.4
836
0.4
9.1 16, 381
3.7 5,910

02 Travel
05 Rents and utility services
Total other obligations
Total estimate or appropriation

1,000
2,300
3,300
21,000

Total, salaries, etc., Library of Congress (exclusive of
buildings):
Estimate 1946, $2,862,200
Appropriated 1945, $2,639,530
INCREASE OF THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

Increase of Library of Congress, General—
General increase of Library: For personal services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, not to exceed $75,000 per annum,
purchase of books, miscellaneous periodicals and newspapers,
photo-copying supplies and photo-copying labor, and all other
material for the increase of the Library, including the Law Library,
and including payment in advance for subscription books and
society publications, and for freight, commissions, contractual
services, and traveling expenses not to exceed [$25,0003 $35,000,
including expenses of attendance at meetings when incurred on the
written authority and direction of the Librarian in the interest of
collections, and all other expenses incidental to the acquisition of
[books, miscellaneous periodicals and newspapers, and all other
material for the increase of the Library] library materials by purchase, gift, [bequest,] or exchange, [$198,000] $1,000,000, to
continue available during the fiscal year [1946] 1947 (2 U. S. C.
181, 185; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $1,000,000
0

Appropriated 1945, a $283,000

Includes $85,000 transferred from "Increase of Library of Congress, law library."

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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Obligations

Obligations

By objects

B y objects
Estimate, 1946

01 Personal services (net)

Estimate, 1945

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945

Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES—continued

$75,000

OTHER OBLIGATIONS
02 Travel
_
03 Transportation of things
04 Communication services
08 Supplies and materials
.
09 E q u i p m e n t
__
Total other o b l i g a t i o n s . . .

Grand total obligations

$27,500
5,250
2.800
1,000
287, 369
323,919

35,000
5,000
5,000
880,000
925,000
1,000,000

285,740
-35,679
+40,919
290,980
2,020
293,000

323, 919

1,000,000

270,498
285, 740

-40,919
283,000

1943 appropriation available in 1944
1944 appropriation available in 1945
N e t total obligations
E s t i m a t e d savings, unobligated balance. .
T o t a l estimate or appropriation

$9,974
2,310
2,958

283.000

1, 000,000

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service—Continued.
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
.___
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800.
Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Chief of Division
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Subprofessional service:
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160

Total permanent..
Overtime pay
01

Increase of Library of Congress, Law Library—
[Increase of the law library: For the purchase of books and for
legal periodicals for the law library, including payment for legal
society publications and for freight, commissions, traveling expenses
not to exceed $2,500, including expenses of attendance at meetings
when incurred on the written authority and direction of the Librarian
in the interest of collections, and all other expenses incidental to the
acquisition of lawbooks, and all other material for the increase of
the law library, $85,000, to continue available during the fiscal year
1946] (2 U. S. C. 131, 135; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
NOTE.—Appropriation under above title has been transferred to and consolidated
under "Increase of Library of Congress, general."

Personal services (net)..

Manyears

Total
salary

Manyears

Total
salary

2

$4,600

2

$4,600

1,800
4,860
4,320

1
3
3

1,800
4,860
4,320

1
1

4,600
2,600

1
1

1

1,800

1

12

24,580

12

24,580

Actual, 1944

Man- Total
years salary
$3, 521
746

3
1. 5

4,924
2,208

4,600
2,600

1

2,600

1,800

0.2

375

24, 580
3,420
12

1. 4
0. 3

8.4

18,174
3,847

28,000

8.4 22,021

125

OTHER OBLIGATIONS
02 Travel
03 Transportation of things.._
04 Communication services...
06 Printing and binding
07 Other contractual services .
08 Supplies and materials
09 E q u i p m e n t . . .

500
50
20
2,500
100,000
100
372,250

500
50
20
2,500
100,000
100
368,830

23
2,491
20,000
29
324,089

Total other obligations .
Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance..
Total estimate or appropriation

475,420

472,000

346, 757

500,000

500,000

368,778
1,222

500,000

500,000

370,000

Books for the Supreme Court, Library of Congress—
Books for the Supreme Court: For the purchase of books and
PRINTING AND BINDING
periodicals for the Supreme Court, to be a part of the Library of
Congress, and purchased by the Marshal of the Supreme Court,
Printing and Binding, General, Library of Congress—
under the direction of the Chief Justice, $20,000 {2 U. S. C. 131,
General printing and binding: For miscellaneous printing and
132, 135; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
binding for the Library of Congress, including the Copyright Office,
Estimate 1946, $20,000
Appropriated 1945, $20,000 and the binding, rebinding, and repairing of library books, and for
the Library Buildings, £$300,0001 $292,000 (31 U. S. C. 588; Act
of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945

09 Equipment
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. Total estimate or appropriation

Actual, 1944

$20,000

$20,000

$19,998
2

20,000

20,000

20,000

Estimate 1946, $292,000

Appropriated 1945, $300,000
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946

06 Printing and binding
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

BOOKS FOR ADULT BLIND

$292,000

Estimate, 1945
$300,000

Actual, 1944
$267,645
2,355

Books for Adult Blind, Library of Congress—300,000
292,000
270,000
To enable the Librarian of Congress to carry out the provisions
of the Act entitled "An Act to provide books for the adult blind",
approved March 3, 1931 (2 U. S. C. 135a), as amended, [$370,000] Printing and Binding, Catalogue of Title Entries of Copyright
Office, Library of Congress—
$500,000, including not exceeding [$28,000 for personal services and
Printing the Catalogue of Title Entries of the Copyright Office:
not exceeding $500] $100,000 for books in raised characters, not
exceeding $400,000 for sound-reproduction records and for the mainte- For the publication of the Catalogue of Title Entries of the Copynance and replacement of the Government-owned reproducers for sound- right Office and the decisions of the United States courts involving
reproduction records for the blind and not exceeding $1,000 for necessary copyright, [$20,000] $25,000 (17 U. S. C. 56; 31 U. S. C. 588;
Act oj June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
traveling expenses connected with such service and for expenses of
attendance at meetings when incurred on the written authority and
Estimate 1946, $25,000
Appropriated 1945, $20,000
direction of the Librarian.
[Books for the adult blind: For an additional sum to enable, the
Librarian of Congress to carry out the provisions of the Act entitled
Obligations
"An Act to provide books for the adult blind", approved March 3,
By objects
1931 (2 U. S. C. 135a), as amended, fiscal year 1945, $130,000, no
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
part of which shall be available for payments for personal services or
traveling expenses] (2 U. S. C. 135a, b; Act of June 26, 1944, Public
06 Printing and binding
_._
Law 354; Act of June 28, 1944, Public Law 375).
$25,000
$20,000
$16,841
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
13,159
Estimate 1946, $500,000
Appropriated 1945, $500,000
Total estimate or appropriation

25,000

20,000

30,000

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Chief

602000—45




Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
1

$3,800

Printing and Binding, Catalogue Cards, Library of Congress—
Printing catalog cards: For the printing of catalog cards and of
miscellaneous publications relating to the distribution of [card
indexes] printed cards, $260,000 (2 U. S. C. 150; 31 U. S. C. 588;
Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $260,000

Appropriated 1945, $260,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Obligations

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS—Continued

By objects

FEINTING AND BINDING—continued

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945

Printing and Binding, Catalogue Cards, Library of Congress—Con.
Obligations
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945

06 Printing and binding
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate or appropriation

Actual, 1944

$260,000

$260,000

$221, 868
38,132

260,000

260,000

260,000

Total, printing and binding, Library of Congress:
Appropriated 1945, $580,000
Estimate 1946, $577,000
CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE LIBRARY

Contingent Expenses, Library of Congress—
For miscellaneous and contingent expenses, stationery, office
supplies, stock and materials directly purchased, miscellaneous
traveling expenses, postage, transportation, incidental expenses
connected with the administration of the Library and Copyright
Office, including not exceeding $500 for expenses of attendance at
meetings when incurred on the written authority and direction of the
Librarian, [$20,800] $28,900 (2 U. S. C. 131; 'Act of June 26, 19U,
Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $28,900
Appropriated 1945, $20,800
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
02
03
04
05
07
08
09

Travel
Transportation of things
C ommunication services
Rents and utility services
_
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment
._
Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

$500
125
800
14, 740
175
12, 460
100

$500
125
500
8,900
175
10,500
100

$983
171
638
8,499
135
10, 261

28, 900

20, 800

20, 687
113

28,900

20, 800

20, 800

Furniture and Equipment, Library of Congress—
For furniture, including the purchase of office and library equipment, apparatus, and labor-saving devices, [$13,0001 $91,800, to be
expended under the direction of the Librarian of Congress. (2
U. S. C. 131; Act of June 26, 19U, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $91,300
Appropriated 1945, $13,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
07 Other contractual services
09 Equipment
Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance _
_
Total estimate or appropriation

$2,300
89,000
91,300

$2, 300
10, 700
13, 000

91, 300

13,000

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

08 Supplies and materials

By objects

$1, 846
14, 054
15, 900
100
16,000

Photoduplicating Expenses, Library of Congress—
For personal services, paper, chemicals, and miscellaneous
supplies necessary for the operation of the photoduplicating machines of the Library and the making of photoduplicate prints, and
for the purchase of photoduplications, $24,100 (2 U. S. C. 131; Act of
June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $24,100
Appropriated 1945, $24,100

Actual, 1944

$24,100

$24,100

19,107

24,100

24,100

23,029
3,671

24,100

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate or appropriation

24,100

26, 700

Security of Collections, Library of Congress—
[Security of collections: The unexpended balances of sums
appropriated under this head in the First Deficiency Appropriation
Act, 1942, to enable the Librarian to effect precautionary measures
for the security of the collections of the Library of Congress, including the objects specified thereunder, are hereby reappropriated and
made available for the fiscal year 1945] (Act of June 26, 1944,
Public Law 354).
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
01 Personal services (net)

$9,724

$25, 934

1,500
13,000

1,526
1,324
13

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02
03
04
05
07
08

Travel
Transportation of thincs
Communication services
Rents and utility services
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials

2,400
2,500
200

Total other obligations

1,176
171

19,600

4,210

29,324

Grand total obligations
.
Reappropriation of 1943 balance in 1944.
Reappropriation of 1944 balance in 1945

30,144
-59,468

+29,324

-29,324

Total estimate or appropriation

Cost of Handling Penalty Mail, Library of Congress—
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—Library of Congress, $13,875.]
For deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty
mail for the Library of Congress as required by section 2 of the Act of
June 28, 1944 (Public Law 364), $15,000 (Act of Dec. 22, 1944,
Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $15,000
Appropriated 1945, $13,875
04 Payment for penalty mail: Obligations—1946, $15,000; 1945, $13,875.

Total, contingent expenses of the Library, annual appropriations, general account:
Appropriated 1945, $71,775
Estimate 1946, $159,300
LIBRARY BUILDINGS

Salaries, Library Buildings, Library of Congress—
Salaries: For the superintendent and other personal services, in
accordance with the Classification Act of 1923, as amended, including
special and temporary services and special services of regular
employees in connection with the custody, care, and maintenance of
the Library Buildings in the discretion of the Librarian (not exceeding $750) at rates to be fixed by the Librarian, [$350,000] $314,300
(2 U. S. C. 141; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $31.4,300

Appropriated 1945, $350,000
Obligations

Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actua I, 1944

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, andfiscalservice: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160 . . .
2. 2 $4,125
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
1. 2 1, 963
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
2.1
3, 022
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
0.4
540
Subprofessional service:
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980
1
1,620
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,680
0.1
165
Total permanent
7
11,435
Overtime pay
_
2,487
01
Personal services (net)
.__
7
13,922
PERSONAL SERVICES




PERSONAL SERVICES

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
Professional service:
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Superintendent, library buildings
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 8. Range $2,200 to $2,800
Grade 7. Range $2,040 to $2,500
Grade 6. Range $1,860 to $2,220
Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860.
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620

Manyears

Total Man- Total Man- Total
salary years salary years salary

1
3
6
1

$2,600
6,000
8,640
1,260

1
1
1
6
2
62
11

1
3
6
1

$2,600
6,000
8,640
1,260

1
$2,650
3
5,917
3.8
5,475
0.9" 1,228

4,600

1

4,600

1

4,600

2,300
2,100
11.160
3,360
93, 060
14,900

1
1
6
2
62
11

2,300
2,100
11,160
3,360
93, 060
14,900

1
1
5.5
2
57.4
10.8

2,225
2,100
10, 307
3,390
86, 789
15, 263

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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946
PERSONAL SERVICES—continued

Crafts, protective, and custodial service—
Continued
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
70 cents per hour
65 cents per hour
Grade 1. Range $720 to $960

Total permanent
Temporary employment
Overtime pay
01 Personal services (net)
Estimated savings, unobligated balance _.
Total estimate or appropriation

Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
71
4
106
10
286

286

$87,520
4,360
64,490
7,200
313,550
750

71
4
106
10
286

314,300

286

314, 300

61.9 $76,361
$87,520
4
4,368
4,360
89.5 58,898
64,490
6. 3 4, 516
7,200
313,550 249.1 284,087
487
750
59, 402
35, 700
249.1 343,976
350,000
17, 657
350, 000
361, 633

Sunday Opening, Library Buildings, Library of Congress—
For extra services of employees and additional employees
under the Librarian to provide for the opening of the Library
Buildings on Sundays and on holidays, at rates to be fixed by the
Librarian, $8,000 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $8,000
Appropriated 1945, $8,000
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate,1945 Actual, 1944
01 Personal services (net) - Estimated savings, unobligated balance ...

$8,000

$8,000

Total estimate or appropriation

8,000

8,000

$8,000
8,000

Maintenance, Library Buildings, Library of Congress—
For mail, delivery, including maintenance, operation, and
repair of a motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicle, telephone
services, rubber boots, rubber coats, and other special clothing for
employees, uniforms for guards and elevator conductors, medical
supplies, equipment, and contingent expenses for the emergency
room, stationery, miscellaneous supplies, and all other incidental
expenses in connection with the custody and maintenance of the
Library Buildings, [$18,000] $22,800: Provided, That any appropriations under the control of the Librarian of Congress may be
expended without reference to section 3709 of the Revised Statutes
(41 U. S. C. 5) in any case when the total amount of the purchase
involved does not exceed the sum of $100 (Act of June 26, 1944,
Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $22,800

Appropriated 1945, $18,000

Total, Library of Congress, annual appropriations, general
account:
Appropriated 1945, $4,470,805
Estimate 1946, $5,464,100
Permanent specific appropriations:
Bequest of Gertrude M. Hubbard, Library of Congress, Interest
Account—
Trust fund of $20,000, the interest on which, at 4 percent per
annum, is to be used for the purchase of engravings and etchings
to be added to the "Gardiner Greene Hubbard Collection" (87
Stat. 819).
Estimate 1946, $800
Appropriated 1945, $800
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
09 Equipment
1943 funds available in 1944
1944 funds available in 1945

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
02 Travel...-

03
04
05
07
08
09

Transportation of things
C ommunication services
Rents and utility services
O ther contractual services
Supplies and materials.__
__.
Equipment
Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance_
Total estimate or appropriation

$15
50
10, 500
25
1,100
9,610
1,500
22, 800

$15
50
10,500
25
1,100
5,810
500
18,000

22, 800

18,000

$8
10, 270
24
1,350
4,551
220
16, 423
177
16,600

Total, care and maintenance, Library Buildings:
Estimate 1946, $345,100
Appropriated 1945, $376,000
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS TRUST FUND BOARD

Expenses, Library of Congress, Trust Fund Board—
For any expense of the Library of Congress Trust Fund Board
not properly chargeable to the income of any trust fund held by the
Board, $500 (2 U. S. C. 155; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $500
Appropriated 1945, $500
Obligations

Total estimate or appropriation




$500
500

$500
500

$100
100

800

800

Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

01 Personal services (net)

$15,000

$15,000

50
150
150
15,000
100
30,000

50
150
150
15,000
100
30,000

45,450

45,450

27,133

60,450

60,450

35, 766
-46, 380
+62,201

$8, 633

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02
04
06
07
08
09
11

Travel
Communication services
_
Printing and binding. _
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment
Grants, subsidies, and contributions .
Total other obligations

Grand total obligations
1943 funds available in 1944
1944 funds available in 1945
1945 funds available in 1946
1946 funds available in 1947

-53,338
+44,475

Total estimate or appropriation

51, 587

-62, 201
+53,338
51, 587

104
88
11,818
97
13, 926
1,100

51, 587

Total, Library of Congress, general account:
Appropriated 1945, $4,521,264
Estimate 1946, $5,516,487
Revised 1945, $4,523,192
Trust accounts:
Library of Congress Gift Fund—
This fund represents giffcs or bequests of money made to the
Library of Congress for the immediate disbursement by the Librarian, in the interest of the Library, its collections, or its service for
the purpose in each case specified (2 U. S. C. 160).
Estimate 1946, $30,000
Appropriated 1945, $30,000
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
$6,000

$17,000

$105,412

300
100
300
100
1,000
7,500

700
400
500
234
4,000
30,000

742
350
571
288
3,220
28, 772

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
07 Other contractual services _
Estimated savings, unobligated balance _

800

$629
-2,401

+2, 572

Library of Congress Trust Fund, Interest on Permanent Loan
Account—
This appropriation represents a sum equivalent to interest at
the rate of 4 percent per annum payable semiannually, on permanent loan to the United States, not exceeding $5,000,000, in accordance with provisions of gifts or bequests—such interest, as income,
being subject to disbursement by the Librarian of Congress for the
purpose specified (2 U. S. C. 158; 48 Stat. 1107).
Estimate 1946, $51,587
Appropriated 1945, $49,659
Revised 1945, $51,587

01 Personal services (net)

By objects

$3,372
- 2 , 572

Total estimate or appropriation

Obligations
By objects

$800

02
03
04
05
06
07

Travel
Transportation of things _ _
Communication services
Rents and utility services.._
Printing and binding
O ther contractual services

_. _

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Unearned Copyright Fees, Library of Congress—•
This fund represents unearned copyright fees taken up into a
trust account under section 9 of the Permanent Appropriation
Repeal Act of 1934 (48 Stat. 1232).
Appropriated 1945, $0
Estimate 1946, $10,000
Revised 1945, $10,000

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS—Continued
Trust accounts—Continued.
Library of Congress Gift Fund—Continued.
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Obligations
By objects

OTHER OBLIGATIONS—continued

08
09
11
13

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Supplies and materials
E qu ipment
Grants
Refunds, awards, and indemnities

$6.000
7,000
200
1,500

$25,552
30,485
500
5, 437

$25,000
27,000
400
6,000

24,000

94, 234

30,000

111, 234
-81,234

201, 329
-94, 351
-98,107
+81, 234

Total estimate or appropriation

30,000

30,000

90,105

$10,000
10,000

$19,212
-9,212
10,000

$10,788
+9, 212
20,000

95, 917

Grand total obligations
Reimbursements for services performed __
1943 funds available in 1944
1944 funds available in 1945

13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities
1944 funds available in 1945
Total estimate or appropriation

Total other obligations

Library of Congress Trust Fund, Income From Investment Account—
This fund represents income from investments held»by the
Treasury for the benefit of the Library of Congress and is subject
to disbursement by the Librarian for the purposes in each case
specified (2 U. S. C. 160).
Appropriated 1945, $15,000
Estimate 1946, $20,000
Revised 1945, $20,000

Unearned Catalog Card Fees, Library of Congress—
This fund represents unearned catalog card fees taken up
into a trust account under section 9 of the Permanent Appropriation
Repeal Act of 1934 (48 Stat. 1232).
Estimate 1946, $1,000
Appropriated 1945, $0
Revised 1945, $1,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities
1944 funds available in 1945
Total estimate or appropriation

$1,000
1,000

$1,832
-832
1,000

$168
+832
1,000

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
.

$15,000

$15,000

$20, 758

Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Printing and binding
Other contractual services
___
Equipment
Total other obligations.
_
Grand total obligations
1943 funds available in 1944. _ _
1944 funds available in 1945
1945 funds available in 1946
1946 funds available in 1947
Total estimate or appropriation

600
10
50
500
2,500
6,000
9,660
24,660

600
10
50
500
2,500
6,000
9,660
24,660

686
3
24
98
1,766
5,742
8,319
29,077
-20,037
+18,897

01 Personal services (net)
OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02
03
04
06
07
09

- 1 4 , 237
+9, 577
20,000

-18,897
+14, 237
20,000

27,937

Library of Congress Trust Fund, Contributions to Permanent Loan
Account—
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Prior year
1944 funds
1945 funds
1946 funds

funds available in 1944
available in 1945 _.
available in 1946
available in 1947.

286
+1,297 386

—$1,297

_

-$1,297, 286
+1,297,286

- $ 1 , 273,163
+ 1 , 297, 286

24,123

Total estimate or appropriation

Expenses of Depository Sets of Library of Congress Catalog Card
Sets—
This fund represents money furnished the Library of Congress
for the expenses incident to furnishing sets of depository catalog
cards to other libraries and taken up into a trust account under
section 9 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act of 1934 (4$
Stat. 1232).
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
1944 funds available in 1945 __
1945 funds available in 1946
1946 funds available in 1947
Total estimate or appropriation...

-$7,172
+7,172

-$7,172
+7,172

+$7,172
7,172

Total, Library of Congress, trust accounts:
Estimate 1946, $61,000
Appropriated 1945, $45,000
Revised 1945, $61,000
Not to exceed ten positions in the Library of Congress may be
exempt from the provisions of section 205 of the Independent Offices
Appropriation Act, 1945, but the Librarian shall not make any
appointment to any such position until he has ascertained that he
cannot secure for such appointment a person in any of the three
categories specified in such section 205 who possesses the special
qualifications for the particular position and also otherwise meets the
general requirements for employment in the Library of Congress
(Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).

Statement of proposed expenditures for purchase, maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger-carrying vehicles, for the fiscal'year ending June SO, 19&6, as required by 5 U. S. C. 78
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
Vehicles to be purchased (motor
unless otherwise
indicated)

Old vehicles to be
exchanged

Old
vehicles
still to
be used

Total
maintenance, repair, and
operation,
all vehicles

Maintenance, library buildings, Library of Congress.

1

$150

Security of collections, Library of
Congress.

1

142

2

292

Appropriation

Number

Total




Gross
cost

Allowance
Number (estimated)

Net cost
of vehicles to
be purchased

Public purpose and users

Used as truck in making emergency deliveries of books; also as
means of transportation for the librarian, chief assistant
librarian, and chiefs of divisions when on official business.
To be used by officials of the Library in inspecting depositories
to which rare materials of the Library have been sent as a precautionary measure.

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LEGISLATIVE BBANCH
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

Obligations
By objects

WORKING CAPITAL AND CONGRESSIONAL PRINTING AND BINDING

Public Printing and Binding, Government Printing Office—
PERSONAL SEKVICES, DEPARTMENTAL
To provide the Public Printer with a working capital for the
following purposes for the execution of printing, binding, litho- $10,000: Salaries (per annum)
graphing, mapping, engraving, and other authorized work of the
Public Printer—.
Government Printing Office for the various branches of the Govern- $7,500:
Deputy Public Printer, administrative
ment: For salaries of Public Printer and Deputy Public Printer;
assistant and director of personnel,
for salaries, compensation, or wages of all necessary officers and
special assistant to the Public Printer.
employees additional to those herein appropriated for, including $6,500:
Production planning assistant to the
employees necessary to handle waste paper and condemned material
Public
for sale; to enable the Public Printer to comply with the provisions $6,000: Printer
of law granting holidays and half holidays and Executive orders
Mechanical superintendent, production
manager, director of commercial
granting holidays and half holidays with pay to employees; to
planning
enable the Public Printer to comply with the provisions of law $5,600:
granting leave to employees with pay, such pay to be at the rate
Comptroller
for their regular positions at the time the leave is granted; rental $5,400:
Night production manager, mechanical
of buildings and equipment; fuel, gas, heat, electric current, gas
superintendent
and electric fixtures; bicycles, motor-propelled vehicles for the $5,200:
Technical director, superintendent
carriage of printing and printing supplies, and the maintenance,
repair, and operation of the same, to be used only for official pur- $5,000:
Assistant director of personnel and diposes, including operation, repair, and maintenance of motorrector of training
propelled passenger-carrying vehicles, and the pvrchase or exchange $4,800:
of two such passenger vehicles, for official use of the officers of the Medical and sanitary director, assistant
production manager, director of purGovernment Printing Office when in writing ordered by the Public
chases
Printer; freight, expressage, telegraph and telephone service, furni- $4,600:
Chief clerk, director of planning services
ture, typewriters, and carpets; traveling expenses, including not to
and plant planning, disbursing officer,
exceed $3,000 for attendance at meetings or conventions when
printing paper specialist, director of
authorized by the Joint Committee on Printing; stationery, postage,
typography and design, assistant
superintendent, assistant director of
and advertising; directories, technical books, newspapers, [and]
commercial planning, chief of section,
magazines, and books of reference (not exceeding [$500] $750);
assistant night production manager,
adding and numbering machines, time stamps, and other machines
manager
of similar character; rubber boots, coats, and gloves; machinery $4,400:
Lithographer reproduction technician,
(not exceeding $300,000); equipment, and for repairs to machinery,
superintendent, assistant superinimplements, and buildings, and for minor alterations to buildings;
tendent, foreman, chief machinist,
assistant superintendent, mechanical
necessary equipment, maintenance, and supplies for the emergency
engineer
room for the use of all employees in the Government Printing Office $4,200:
who may be taken suddenly ill or receive injury while on duty;
Assistant comptroller, liaison officer, foreman (night), night director, mechanother necessary contingent and miscellaneous items authorized by
ical engineer, chief carpenter, chief
the Public Printer; for expenses authorized in writing by the Joint
engineer
_
_
Committee on Printing for the inspection of printing and binding $4,100:
Foreman
equipment, material, and supplies and Government printing plants
in the District of Columbia or elsewhere (not exceeding $1,000); $4,000: electrician, foreman, chief pipeChief
for salaries and expenses of preparing the semimonthly and session
fitter and fire chief, assistant foreman,
assistant director of planning services,
indexes of the Congressional Record under the direction of the
assistant technical director, specificaJoint Committee on Printing (chief indexer at $3,480, one cataloger
tions writer, manager, principal techat $3,180, two catalogers at $2,460 each, and one cataloger at $2,100);
nical assistant, administrative assistant, assistant to comptroller
and for all the necessary labor, paper, materials, and equipment
needed in the prosecution and delivery and mailing of the work; in
all, $24,200,000; to which sum shall be charged the printing and
Administrative officer, principal techbinding authorized to be done for Congress including supplemental
nical assistant, acting manager,
assistant engineer, chief of jacket
and deficiency estimates of appropriations; the printing, binding,
preparation section, director of plant
and distribution of the Federal Register in accordance with the
planning, chief of classification survey, assistant foreman (night), chief
Act approved July 26, 1935 (44 U. S. C. 301-317) (not exceeding
of appointment and retirement
$500,000); for the printing and binding of the supplement^] to the
records section
Code of Federal Regulations for [1943 and 1944] 1945, as author- $3,700:
ized by the Act of July 26, 1935 (44 U. S. C. 311), $100,000; the
Assistant director, chief of emergency
service section, night chief, night
printing and binding for use of the Government Printing Office;
chief
the printing and binding (not exceeding $3,000) for official use of $3,600: storekeeper
the Architect of the Capitol upon requisition of the Secretary of
Assistant chief clerk, assistant chief
electrician, department information
the Senate; in all to an amount not exceeding $4,200,000: Provided,
officer, assistant chief pipefitter,
That not less than $20,000,000 of such working capital shall be
assistant chief of computing section,
returned to the Treasury as an unexpended balance not later than
assistant chief machinist, technical
assistant, technical assistant to
twelve months after the close of the fiscal year [1945] 1946:
manager, night machinist in charge,
Provided further, That notwithstanding the provisions of section 73
chief of requisitions section, foreman,
supervisor of Office of Price Adminisof the Act of January 12, 1895 (44 U. S. C. 241), no part of the
tration unit, assistant foreman,
foregoing ?um of $4,200,000 shall be used for printing and binding
assistant director of purchases, printpart 2 of the annual report of the Secretary of Agriculture (known
ing aide, branch manager, acting
warehouse manager, principal rate
as the Yearbook of Agriculture).
investigator, assistant to superintendent, assistant to production
[In the appropriation entitled "Working capital and Congresplanning, associate chemist, adminissional printing and binding", Government Printing Office, Legislatrative assistant, director of apprentive Branch Appropriation Act, 1944, following the words, "the
tices, consultant for commercial
purchases, assistant chief carpenter
printing, binding, and distribution of the Federal Register in accordance with the Act approved July 26, 1935 (44 U. S. C. 301-317) (not
exceeding $400,000);" insert the following: "notwithstanding the $3,500:
Deputy disbursing officer, chief of
specification scheduling section, prinprovisions of the Federal Register Act (44 U. S. C. 305), during the
cipal technical assistant, associate
fiscal year 1944 and thereafter, 'community ceiling price orders and
technical assistant, senior technical
schedules' of the Office of Price Administration shall not be required
assistant, senior estimator, senior
printing assistant technician, assistant
to be printed in the Federal Register, except that after filing such
chief of contract certification, associate
orders and schedules with the Federal Register, there shall be printed
chemist, chief of pay roll section,
in such Register a notice of issuance and filing of such price orders
chief of art and typography, distriand schedules, which notice shall indicate where copies thereof may
bution authority, member of planning
board,
and reviewer, specifibe obtained"] {Act of Apr. 1, 1944, Public Law 279; Act of June 26, cation schedulerdirector of planning
writer,
1944, Public Law 854).
services
_
$3,480:
Chief indexer
Estimate 1946, $24,200,000
Appropriated 1945, $24,200,000




Estimate,1946 Estimate,1945 Actual, 1944
Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
1 $10,000
1 $10,000
1 $10,000

2.3 17,415

2

15,000

2

15,000

1

6,500

1

6,500

1

6,500

3

18,000

3

18,000

3

18,000

1

5,600

1

5,600

1

5,600

2

10,800

2

10,800

2

10,800

5

26,000

5

26,000

5

26,000

1

5,000

1

5,000

1

5,000

2

9,600

2

9,600

2.1 9,955

12

55,200

12

55,200

11.1 51,122

7

30,800

7

30,800

15

63,000

15

63,000

1

4,100

1

4,100

31

7

31,019

15.4 64,709
1

4,100

124,000

124,000

28.2
112,979

34 129,200

34 129,200

34 129,077

31

3

49

11,100

176,400

3

49

11,100

3

11,100

176,400

49.5
178,087

18,4 64,519

20

75,000

20

75,000

1

3,480

1

3,480

1

3,480

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Obligations

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE—Continued
WORKING CAPITAL AND CONGRESSIONAL

By objects
stimate,1946

PRINTING AND BINDING—

stimate,1945 Actual, 1944

VEan- Total
ears salary

Man- Total Man- Total
ears salary ears salary

continued
\J \J XX \J X XX \A. \-/ \_A

Public Printing and Binding, Government Printing Office —Con.

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Salaries (per
$1,640
$1,620

By objects
Actual, 1944

PERSONAL SERVICES DEPARTMENTAL—COn

annum)—Continued

$3,400:

Chief copy preparer, chief specifications
writer, assistant foreman (night) Junior
administrative assistant, chief of personnel research section, chief of payroll
section, supervisor of art illustration
unit, associate'ehemist^preference rating aide, senior clerk, rate investigator, associate medical officer, scheduler and reviewer, technical assistant,
assistant chief of computing section,
jacket writer, estimator-jacket preparer, estimator (night), machinist in Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
charge (night), technical assistant to years salary years salary years salary
manager, estimator-specification writ22 $74,800
22 $74, 800
16. 2 $54, 937
er, junior technical assistant
$3,300:
Computer, junior technical assistant,
senior technical assistant, chief of estimating and jacket preparation section, assistant chemist, associate technical assistant, printing cost technician assistant technologist senior
estimator, specification writer, jacket
writer, jacket writer-preparer, printing designer, machinist in charge, acting assistant supervisor, chief of paper
material, chief of qualifications and
records section, chief of plate vault,
senior scheduler and reviewer, chief
of requisitions section, chief of treas41 135, 300
41 135, 300
43.8 144, 634
ury accounts section
$3,200:

Assistant chief storekeeper, junior tabulating assistant, chief printing designer, associate technologist, junior
administrative assistant, junior technical assistant, technical aide, junior
and technical assistant, technical assistant, associate color printing special
ist, junior printing cost technician,
printing designer, associate chemist,
head plateman, head finisher, plateman, acting chief of contract progress
service, assistant director of purchases
chief of estimating and specifications
preparation section, estimator, chief
of offset preparation section, jacket
writer, senior estimator, chief copy
preparer, chief of certification section,
bookbinder estimator, planner, printe
planner, foreman, chief of jacket sched
uling section, branch manager, chief of
delivery section, painter in charge,
typographer, specifications writer
preference rating aide, scheduler anc
reviewer, copy preparer, commercia
printing aide, deskman, estimator anc
_.
jacket writer
$3,180 .
$3,100
$3,000
$2,900
$2,800
$2,700...
$2,600
$2,500
$2,460
$2,400
$2,360
$2,300
$2,250
$2,200. . .
$2,160
$2,120
$2,100
$2,080
$2,060
$2,040
$2,000
$1,980
$1,940.
$1,920
$1,880
$1,860
$1,820
$1,800
$1,760
$1,740
$1,700
.
$1,680




....

. .

. .

526,240

16
210

16
210

340, 200

^stimr

Salaries (per

annum)—Continued

$1,580
$1,560
$1,500
$1,440
$1,400
$1,380 .

.

_-

$26,240
340,200

.
-

.

. . .

$1 200

$1 65Wages (per hour)
Photoengraver in charge

21
15
45
1
13

32, 760
22, 500
64,800
1.400
17,940

21
15
45
1
13

32,760
22,500
64,800
1,400
17,940

30

36,000

30

36,000

1

3,445

0. 9 3,049

30

99,598

27.4 91,088

1, 171,117

26.4 $43,354
255.3
413, 595
250
0.2
22.8 35, 538
20.3 30,495
62. 3 89, 662
0.7
999
6.2 8,503
0.1
110
27. 5 32,976

326.6
1,036,506

$1.59:

Photoengraver
$1.52:
Chief reviser, deskman, deskman in
charge, chief of type storage unit, reviser in charge, electrotype finisher in
charge, foreign reader, group chief,
electrotype molder in charge, head
compositor in charge, head copy editor, head pressman, pressman in
charge, head proofreader, head Record
referee, head^ referee, referee, finisher
in charge, imposer in charge, lead
painter, linotype operator, linotype
operator in charge, maker-up in
charge, monotype keyboard operator,
offset pressman, wax ruler in charge,
stereotyper in charge, head press reviser in charge

369

$1.50:
Photoengraver in charge.

0.1

360

1

3,132

$1.46:

Blacksmith, carpenter, copy editor,
copy preparer, cylinder pressman,
compositor in charge, deskman,
electrician, electrotype finisher, electrotype molder, group chief, bookbinder in charge, hand compositor,
impeser, linotype machinist, makerup, linotype operator, ludlow operator, machinist, monotype keyboard
operator, monotype machinist, painter,
pipefitter, press reviser, proofreader,
reviser, saw filer, sheet metal worker,
stereotyper, machinist in charge of
1,326
repair garage

4 ,042,284

1,173. 6
3, 577,654

$1.44:

Photoengraver
$1.39:
Printer-linotype operator, repairer of
rare books, bindery operative, bookbinder-machine operator, compositor,
linotype operator, marbler, monotype keyboard operator, mounter,
auto mechanic, folding machine opera
tor, senior power plant operative,
power plant operative, bookbinder in
charge
49.2
61 195, 200
1
3,180
43
133, 300
24
72, 000
9
26,100
5
14, 000
13, 500
5
7
18, 200
12, 500
5
4,920
2
9
21, 600
1
2, 360
10 23,000
1
2, 250
9
19, 800
21, 600
10
3
6,360
15 31, 500
7
11
42
35
6
17
13
23
61
71
3
10

14, 420
22, 440
84,000
69,300
11,640
32,640
24, 440
42, 780
111,020
127,800
5,280
17, 400

150

61 195, 200
1
3,180
43
133, 300
24
72, 000
9
26,100
5
14, 000
13, 500
5
7
18, 200
5
12, 500
2
4,920
9
21, 600
1
2,360
10 23,00(
1
2, 250
9
19. 800
10
21, 600
3
6,36C
15 31, 500
7
11
42
35
6
17
13
23
61
71
3
10

14,420
22, 440
84,000
69,30
11,64
32,64
24,44
42,78
111,02
127, 80
5,28
17,40

150
262,000

262, 00

157,386
1
3,180
34. 4
106, 684
42.9
128, 599
7. 7 22, 192
4. 6 12, 949
5.9 15,911
8. 4 21, 783
6. 1 15,142
1.9 4,715
6.7 15,998
1.8 4,227
11. 1 25,444
0. 7 1, 594
10. 2 22, 540
6.8 14,759
2. 2 4, 580
20. 7 43, 449
0.3
607
5
10,335
8. 5 17, 430
26. 8 53, 660
33. 3 65, 98f
4. 6 9, 015
24. 2 46, 549
6. 3 11, 822
19. 8 36, 863
47. 6 86, 587
54. 3 97,889
0.2
440
18 31,372
0.4
637
92.1
154, 662

3.6 10,714

735
2,133, 205

$1.38:
Chief reviser, deskman, deskman in
charge, chief of type storage unit, reviser in charge, electrotype finisher in
charge, foreign reader, group chief,
electrotype molder in charge, heac
compositor in charge, head copy
editor, head pressman, pressman in
charge, head proofreader, head Recorc
referee, head referee, referee, finisher
in charge, imposer in charge, leac
painter, linotype operator, linotype
operator in charge, maker-up in
charge, monotype keyboard operator
offset pressman, wax ruler in charge
stereotyper in charge, head press re
viser in charge
.

30. 5 91,633

650.5
1,888,009

42.4

369
122, 213

1,063, 355

$1.32:

Blacksmith, carpenter, copy editor
copy preparer, cylinder pressman
compositor in charge, deskman, elec
trician, electrotype finisher, electro
type molder, group chief, bookbinde
in charge, hand compositor, imposer
linotype machinist, linotype operator
ludlow operator, machinist, maker-up
monotype keyboard operator, mono
type machinist, painter, pipefitter
press reviser, proofreader, reviser
saw filer, sheetmetal worker, stereo
typer, machinist in charge of repai
garage, platemaker in charge book
binder, rubber platemaker, ink room
operative, cylinder pressman platepressman, senior negative cutter in
charge, automobile mechanic, knif
grinder, chief of section

211

339.1
581, 55

934, 78

1, 326.1
3,655,078

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Obligations

Obligations
By objects

By objects

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Wages (per hour)—Continued

Wages (per hour)—Continued
$1.26:
Printer-linotype operator, repairer of
rare books, bindery operative, bookbinder-inachine operator, compositor,
marbler, monotype keyboard operator, mounter, automobile mechanic,
folding machine operator, senior power
plant operative, power plant operative,
bookbinder in charge, offset negative
maker in charge, senior photographer, Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
knife grinder, saw filer, maintenance years salary years salary years salary
helper, senior negative cutter, princi735.8
93.4
pal offset platemaker
10
$1,935,965
$26, 309
$245, 549
$1.24:
Electrician helper, sheet metal worker
helper, pipefitter helper, carpenter
helper, painter helper, machinist
helper, apprentice, linotype machinist helper, cylinder press assistant,
monotype machinist helper
39 100,827
41 106,154
$1.20:
Platemaker in charge, saw filer, bookbinder, compositor, rubber platemaker, ink room operative, cylinder
pressman, platen pressman, senior
negative cutter in charge, automobile
mechanic, knife grinder, chief of section. _
24.3 60,768 211.8 530,691
$1.19:
Offset dry plate photographer, senior
offset photographer, photographer,
principal platemaker, senior negative
cutter, stockkeeper, stores helper,
supervisor of waste and cutting unit. _
4
9,939
3.5 8,796
$1.14:
Offset negative maker in charge, senior
photographer, knife grinder, saw filer,
maintenance helper, senior negative
cutter, principal offset platemaker.._
10. 4 24, 878
1.1 2,736
$1.13:
Offset photographer, negative cutter in
charge, senior negative cutter in
charge, bindery operative, senior
negative cutter, linotype machinist
helper, monotype machinist helper,
senior offset platemaker, platemaking
helper, rubber platemaker, rollerglue operative, stockkeeper, stores
helper, desk helper, assistant chief,
press desk helper, press assistant,
senior power plant operative, general
mechanic, unit supervisor, cylinder
press assistant
27 63,705
23. 9 56,382
$1,122:
Electrician helper, sheet metal worker
helper, pipe fitter helper, carpenter
helper, painter helper, machinist
helper, apprentice
2.6 6,193
20.5 48,136
$1.12:
Linotype machinist helper, cylinder
press assistant, monotype machinist
helper
2.4 5,645
21 49,285
$1.09:
General mechanic
2.7 6,043
$1.08:
Offset dry plate photographer, senior
offset photographer, photographer,
principal platemaker, senior negative
cutter, stockkeeper, stores helper,
0. 5 1,037
4.1 9,352
supervisor of waste and cutting unit..
$1.06:
Ink room operative, offset platemaker,
platemaking operative, matrix keeper,
bindery operative, desk helper, power
plant operative, principal operative of
paper-cutting machine, negative
cutter, press operative, office helper,
desk helper, printing operative, storekeeper, stores desk helper, general
mechanic, junior power plant operative, assistant unit supervisor, supervisor of warehouse platform, assistant
17 37,626
supervisor, unit supervisor
15 33,301
$1.02:
Offset photographer, negative cutter in
charge, senior negative cutter in
charge, bindery operative, senior
negative cutter, linotype machinist
helper, monotype machinist helper,
senior offset platemaker, platemaking
helper, rubber platemaker, roller-glue
operative, stockkeeper, stores helper,
desk helper, assistant chief, press
desk helper, press assistant, senior
power plant operative, general mechanic, unit supervisor, cylinder press
assistant, carpenter helper, painter
helper, machinist helper, electrician
helper, sheet metal worker helper,
16 34,076
16.4 34,885
27.4 54,245
pipefitter helper, general mechanic




$0.99:
General mechanic, bindery desk helper,
bindery operative, packer operative,
delivery desk helper, ink room operative, assistant unit supervisor, unit
supervisor, maintenance desk helper,
maintenance
helper,
electrician
helper, negative cutter, press desk
helper, presswork operative, printing
clerk desk helper, office helper, printing operative, stores desk helper,
stores helper, senior foreman of laborers, senior operative, platemaking
operative clerk, assistant matrix
keeper, adhesive mixer, senior offset
platemaker, money order examiner, Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
junior foreman of laborers, power years salary years salary years salary
plant operative, plastic platemaker,
offset platemaker
48.1 $99,507
3.3 $6,941
54 $111,624
$0.96:
Ink room operative, offset platemaker,
platemaking operative, matrix keeper,
bindery operative, desk helper, power
plant operative, principal operative
of paper-cutting machine, negative
cutter, press operative, office helper,
desk helper, printing operative, storekeeper, stores desk helper, general
mechanic, junior power plant operative, assistant unit supervisor, supervisor of warehouse platform, assistant
supervisor, unit supervisor
3,917
17.7 35,506
General mechanic, crane operator,
maintenance helper, power plant
operative, bander, bindery desk
helper, bindery operative, cylinder
press feeder, junior negative cutter,
head boxmaker, aSvSistant storekeeper, paper stockman, junior
power plant operative, monotype
machinist helper, monotype casterman, offset opaquer, platemaker,
plastic platemaker, offset platemaker,
senior operative, junior
artistic
lithographer, assistant artistic lithographic draftsman, delivery helper,
press desk helper, platemaking
helper, press assistant, press feeder,
presswork operative, printing desk
helper, printing operative, stores
desk helper, platemaking operative,
ink mixer operative, roller-glue operative, power plant helper, stores
helper, under foreman of laborers,
assistant offset platemaker, junior
foreman of laborers

203

394,194
Carpenter helper, painter helper, machinist helper, electrician helper,
sheet metal worker helper, pipefitter
helper, general mechanic
Linotype machinist helper, monotype
machinist helper, cylinder press
assistant
$0.91:
Linotype machinist helper. _
$0.90:

0.9 1,774

1,879

8. 7 16,884

0.8
1,900

Bindery desk helper, bindery operative,
packer operator, delivery desk helper,
ink room operative, assistant unit
supervisor, unit supervisor, maintenance desk helper, maintenance
helper, electrician helper, negative
cutter, press desk helper, presswork
operative, printing clerk desk helper,
office helper, printing operative, general mechanic, stores desk helper,
stores helper, senior foreman of laborers, senior operative, platemaking
operative, clerk, assistant matrix
keeper, adhesive mixer, senior offset
platemaker, money order examiner,
junior foreman of laborers, power
plant operative, plastic platemaker,
offset platemaker, crane operator
Bindery desk helper, bindery operative,
chauffeur repairman, chauffeur-messenger, chauffeur, delivery helper, dispatcher, junior artistic lithographer,
lithographic draftsman, head boxmaker, conveyor operator, supervisor
of paper issue laboratory, maintenance
helper, electrician helper, power
plant helper, tool room attendant,
type metal foundry operative, messenger, motor messenger, linotype
machinist helper, negative opaquer,

179.7
348,884

1,546

7.4 14,391

0.9

1,682

7.1

13,327

53.8

101.101

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Obligations

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE—Continued

By objects

WORKING CAPITAL AND CONGRESSIONAL PRINTING AND BINDING—

continued

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Public Printing and Binding, Government Printing Office—Con.
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Wages (per hour)—Continued.
$0.86—C ontinued.
Bindery desk helper—Continued,
clerk timekeeper, office helper, platemaking helper, plastic platemaker,
bindery record operator, rubber
platemaking helper, under foreman
of laborers, platemaking operative,
assistant offset platemaker, electrotype molder helper, presswork operative, junior negative cutter, outside
service plateman, senior operator of
paper-cutting machine, apprentice
electrotype finisher, apprentice stereotyper, junior power plant operative,
packer operative, printing operative,
stores helper, stores operative, junior
storekeeper, stores junior clerk operative, monotype casterman, delivery- Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
man, ink room operative, ink mixer, years salary years salary years salary
roller-glue operative, clerk, printing
desk helper, stores junior operative.... 327
59.4
$587,187
$519,695
General mechanic, crane operator,
maintenance helper, power plant
operative, bander, bindery desk
helper, bindery operative, cylinder
press feeder, junior negative cutter,
head boxmaker, assistant storekeeper, paper stockman, junior
power plant operative, monotype
machinist helper, monotype casterman, offset opaquer, platemaker,
plastic platemaker, offset platemaker,
senior operative, junior artistic lithographer, assistant artistic lithographic
draftsman, delivery helper, press desk
helper, platemaking helper, press
assistant, press feeder, presswork
operative printing desk helper,
printing operative, stores desk helper,
platemaking operative, ink mixer
operative, roller-glue operative, power
plant helper, stores helper, under
foreman of laborers, assistant offset
platemaker, junior foreman of laborers.
23.3
203.4
40, 925
$356,917
Chauffeur-messenger, conveyor operator, elevator operator, waste paper
grader, motor messenger
11. 5 19,940
14 24,263
$0.82:
Linotype machinist helper
197
0.1
1
1,785
Crane operator
$0.80:
Electrician helper, sheet metal worker
helper, pipefitter helper, carpenter
helper, painter helper, junior power
plant operative, power truck operator, bindery desk helper, bindery operative, chauffeur-repairman, chauffeur, deliveryman, elevator conductor, electrician helper, power plant
helper, ink room operative, rollerglue operative, junior clerk, under
clerk, supervisor, junior artistic lithographer, linotype machinist helper,
under operative, messenger, monotype casterman, type metal foundry
operative, rubber and plastic platemaker, plastic platemaker, apprentice electrotype finisher, apprentice
stereotyper, opaquer, assistant offset
platemaker, wax case filler, offset
platemaker, junior offset platemaker,
platemaker, platemaking operative,
outside service plateman, platemaking helper, presswork operative,
printing operative, assistant clerk,
junior storekeeper, waste paper grader,
stores helper, work recording clerk,
stores under storekeeper, desk helper,
industrial truck operator, box maker,
junior operator of paper-cutting machine, baling machine operator, cuspidor sterilizer machine operator,
senior laborer, maintenance helper,
power saw operator, camera assistant,
paper packer, painter helper, boxer,
dampening roller coverer, outside
window washer




0.1

1,222

2, 041, 229

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

194

1,081.4
1. 806, 605

0.9 1, 575

Wages (per hour)—Continued.
•
$0.78:
Bindery desk helper, bindery operative,
chauffeur-repairman, chauffeur-messenger, chauffeur, delivery helper,
dispatcher, junior artistic lithographer, lithographic draftsman, head
boxmaker, conveyor operator, supervisor of paper issue laboratory, maintenance helper, electrician helper,
power-plant helper, tool-room attendant, type metal foundry operative,
messenger, motor messenger, linotype
machinist helper, negative opaquer,
clerk timekeeper, office helper, platemaking helper, plastic platemaker,
bindery record operator, rubber platemaking helper, under foreman of
laborers, platemaking operative, assistant offset platemaker, electrotype
molder helper, presswork operative,
junior negative cutter, outside service
plateman, senior operator of paper-cutting machine, apprentice electrotype
finisher, apprentice stereotyper, junior power plant operative, packer operative, printing operative, maintenance laborer, stores helper, stores
operative, junior storekeeper, stores
junior clerk operative, monotype casterman, deliyeryman, ink-room oper- Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
ative, ink mixer, roller-glue operative, years salary years salary years salary
clerk, printing desk helper, stores
58. 6 $95,416 348 $566,810
21 $34,201
junior operative
$0.76:
Chauffeur, chauffeur-messenger, elevator conductor, outside window wash21 33,324
18.6 29,494
er, waste paper grader
$0.75:
Chauffeur, conveyor operator, chauffeur messenger, elevator operator,
maintenance laborer, waste paper
4.5 7, 038 16.7 26,092
grader, motor messenger
_.
$0.73:
Box maker, bindery operative, junior
operative, trainee bindery operative,
cleaner, deliveryman, trainee papercutting machine, motor messenger,
elevator conductor, electrician helper,
chauffeur-messenger, linotype machine helper, printing operative, junior power plant operative, office
helper, junior offset platemaker,
skilled laborer, under stores helper,
unskilled laborer, waste paper grader,
classified laborer, rubber and plastic
platemaker, rubber plate operative,
type metal foundry worker, opaquer,
fireman low pressure boiler, junior
artistic lithographer, work recording
1,180
., 044. 4
clerk, junior laborer, junior clerk
1,798,603
1, 591, 867
$0,726:
Electrician helper, sheet metal worker
helper, pipefitter helper, carpenter
helper, painter helper
4.8 7,415
871
0.6
$0.72:
Electrician helper, sheet metal worker
helper, pipefitter helper, carpenter
helper, painter helper, junior power
plant operative, power truck operator,
bindery desk helper, bindery operative, chauffeur-repairman, chauffeur, deliveryman, elevator conductor, electrician helper, power plant
helper, ink room operative, roller-glue
operative, junior clerk, under clerk,
supervisor, junior artistic lithographer, linotype machinist helper,
under operative, messenger, monotype casterman, type metal foundry
operative, rubber and plastic platemaker, plastic platemaker, apprentice
electrotypefinisher,apprentice stereotyper, opaquer, assistant offset platemaker, wax case filler, offset platemaker, junior offset platemaker, platemaker, platemaking operative, outside
service plateman, platemaking helper,
presswork operative, printing operative, assistant clerk, junior storekeeper, waste paper grader, stores
helper, work recording clerk, stores
under storekeeper, desk helper, industrial truck operator, box maker, junior
operator of paper-cutting machine,
baling machine operator, cuspidor
sterilizer machine operator, senior
laborer, maintenance helper, power
saw operator, camera assistant paper
packer, painter helper, boxer, dampening roller coverer, outside window
washer
.140
1, 217. 5
210,298
1, 830, 453

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25
Obligations

Obligations

By objects

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Wages (per hour)—Continued
Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
$0.69:
Chauffeur, chauffeur-messenger, eleva- years salary years salary years salary
tor conductor, outside window washer, waste paper grader
.2.4 $3,478
21. 3 $30,800
$0.66:
Box maker, bindery operative, junior
operative, trainee bindery operative,
cleaner, deliveryman, trainee papercutting machine, motor messenger,
elevator conductor, electrician helper, chauffeur-messenger, linotype machine helper, printing operative, junior power plant operative, office
helper, junior offset platemaker,
skilled laborer, under stores helper,
unskilled laborer, waste paper grader,
classified laborer, rubber and plastic
platemaker, rubber plate operative,
type metal foundry worker, opaquer,
fireman of low-pressure boiler, junior
artistic lithographer, work recording
clerk, junior laborer, junior clerk
1,180. 4
135.6
186,912
1, 626, 770
7,075
7,113
7,111
Total permanent, departmental
14,948,691
16,187, 354
$16,326,188
4, 336,978
5,645, 646
5, 707, 812
Additional for night work and overtime..
7,075
7,113
Total salaries and wages
_. 7,111
19,285,669
21,833,000
22,034,000

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn. Man-

Deduct expenditures for personal services
included in objects named below

years

Total Man- Total Man- Total
salary years salary years salary

$110,000

$110,000

$108,454

7,113
7,075
7,111
21,924,000
21,723,000
19,177,215

01

Personal services (net)

02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09

Travel
Transportation of things.
C ommunication services
Rents and utility services
Printing and binding
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials _.
Equipment

40,000
2, 200,000
43,000
551, 000
310, 000
72,000
50, 000,000
205,000

40,000
2, 200,000
43,000
551, 000
310,000
72,000
50,000,000
205,000

Total other obligations

53, 421, 000

53, 421,000

52,089, 252

75, 345,000
-71,145,000

75,144,000
-70,944,000

71,266,467
-67, 517, 717

4,200,000
20,000,000

4,200,000
20,000,000

3, 748, 750
20,000,000
476, 250

24, 200,000

24, 200,000

24, 225,000

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Grand total obligations.
Repayments
Net total obligations
_
Returned to Treasury
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

39,758
2,195,112
42,478
550,917
309,985
71,141
48, 675, 363
204,498

Statement of proposed expenditures for purchase, maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger-carrying vehicles, for the fiscal year ending June SO, 1946, as required by 5 U. S. C. 78
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

Appropriation

Vehicles to be purchased (motor
unless otherwise
indicated)
Number

Public printing and binding

2

Gross
cost
$1,750

Old vehicles to be
exchanged

Net cost
of vehicles to
be purchased
Allowance
Number (estimated)
2

$600

$1,150

Old
vehicles
still to
be used

Total
maintenance, repair, and
operation,
all vehicles

$1,350

Public purpose and users

New cars to be used for official business by the officials of the
Government Printing Office when in writing ordered by the
Public Printer.

Printing and binding for Congress chargeable to the foregoing Classification Act of 1923, as amended, and compensation of emappropriation, when recommended to be done by the Committee on ployees [paid by the hour] who shall be subject to the provisions
Printing of either House, shall be so recommended in a report con- of the Act entitled "An Act to regulate andfixrates of pay for
taining an approximate estimate of the cost thereof, together with employees and officers of the Government Printing Office", approved
a statement from the Public Printer of estimated approximate cost June 7, 1924 (44 U. S. C. 40), [$1,000,000] $1,085,100 (Act of June
of work previously ordered by Congress within the fiscal year for 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
which this appropriation is made.
Appropriated 1945, $1,000,000
During the fiscal year [1945J 1946 any executive department Estimate 1946, $1,085,100
or independent establishment of the Government ordering printing
Obligations
and binding or blank paper and supplies from the Government Printing Office shall pay promptly by check to the Public Printer upon
By objects
his written request, either in advance or upon completion of the
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
work, all or part of the estimated or actual cost thereof, as the case
may be, and bills rendered by the Public Printer in accordance herePERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL
with shall not be subject to audit or certification in advance of payMan- Total Man- Total Man- Total
ment: Provided, That proper adjustments on the basis of the actual Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
cost of delivered work paid for in advance shall be made monthly
Superintendent of Documents
1
$5,600
1
$5,600
or quarterly and as may be agreed upon by the Public Printer and
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
0.2 $1,216
Superintendent of Documents
the department or establishment concerned. All sums paid to the
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
0.8 4,275
Public Printer for work that he is authorized by law to do; all sums
Assistant superintendent of docureceived from sales of waste paper, other waste material, and condemnedments
3,800
0.2
3,800
817
property; and for losses or damage to Government property; shall be Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800: docuAssistant superintendent of
deposited to the credit, on the books of the Treasury Department,
ments
0.8 2,929
of the appropriation made for the working capital of the GovernGrade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
5
5
14,800
14, 250
14,650
5
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
_...
2
2
5,600
5,175
2
5,207
ment Printing Office for the year in which the [work is done] bills
10
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
22,450
10
22,800
10
21,905
are rendered, and be subject to requisition by the Public Printer.
29
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
29
56,505
57,000
27.5 49,978
No part of any money appropriated in this Act shall be paid to
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
81 138,810
81
139,980
70.8 119, 550
Grade 2.
112 167,040 112 165,975 131.1 190,157
any person employed in the Government Printing Office while ProfessionalRange $1,440 to $1,800
service:
detailed for or performing service in the executive branch of the
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
public service of the United States unless such detail be authorized
Librarian
1
3,400
3,400
3,350
1
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200:
by law (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Assistant librarian
1

OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS

Salaries, Office of Superintendent of Documents—
Salaries: For the Superintendent of Documents, assistant
superintendent, and other personal services in accordance with the




Subprofessional service:
Grade 7. Range $2,300 to $2,900.._
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 3. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620

2,900

1

2,850

4
6
13
10

10,700
14,100
24,840
16,320

4
6
13
10

10,575
13,925
24,735
16,320

4
5.2
14
7.1
2. 5

10, 318
11,580
26, 939
10,628
3,652

9,300

4.1

5, 288

9,300

y2,800

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
during the Seventy-eighth Congress, who makes written application
therefor (Act oj June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $345,000
Appropriated 1945, $345,000

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE—Continued
OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS

Continued

Salaries, Office of Superintendent of Documents—Continued.

Obligations
Obligations

By objects

By objects

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

PEESONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COEL.

Salaries (per annum)
$3,200:
Chief of section
$3,100:
Chief of section
$3,000:
Chief of section..
$1,200:
Messenger.
-

Man-

Total

Man-

Total

years

salary years

salary

1

$3,200

1

1

3,100

0.2

2, 250

0.9 $2,933

775

0.8
5

6,000

$3,200

Man- Total
years salary

5

6,000

0.9

2, 750

0.1

0.1

11,752

4.4

1, 224

Unit supervisor..

2

4,410

1.8

0.2

408

4. 8

9, 481

4. 2

2

4,118

1. 8

3,643

Machine operator, office helper, stockkeeper
$0.93:
Assembler
$0.90:
Machine operator, office helper, stockkeeper

0.2

461

8

15,391

Assembler, wrapper, machine operator, stockkeeper and office helper
$0.84:
Assembler..
$0.80:
Wrapper, stockkeeper, machine helper._
$0.78:
Assembler, wrapper, machine operator, stockkeeper, office helper
$0.73:
Machine helper, stockkeeper, wrapper, skilled laborer, bindery operative$0.72:
Wrapper, stockkeeper, machine helper..

7.1 13,605
432

17,888

8.8 15,824
0.9

99

164,736

1, 613

345,000

Total, Office of Superintendent of Documents, annual appropriations, general account:
Estimate 1946, $1,430,100
Appropriated 1945, $1,345,000
Cost of Handling Penalty Mail, Government Printing Office—
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—Government Printing Office,
$281,200.1
For deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty
mail of the Government Printing Office as required by section 2 of the
Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 864), $353,000 (Act of Dec. 22,
1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $353,000
Appropriated 1945, $281,200

87. 6 145, 728
1. 2

70

106,288

13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities: Obligations—1944, $63,377.76.
7. 2 12, 233

1, 872

11.9 18,322

Total, Government Printing Office, annual appropriations,
general account:
Estimate 1946, $25,983,100
Appropriated 1945, $25,826,200

62.1 94,024
11.4

76.7

17, 107
7.9

11,088

90.9

111, 183

115,413

827, 213
242, 787

765, 698
191,832

Net total obligations
Excess of obligations over appropriations
due to overtime
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. .

1, 085,100

1, 070, 000

957, 530

Total estimate or appropriation

1, 085,100

- 7 0 , 000
1, 000,000

14, 938
972, 468

General Expenses, Office of Superintendent of Documents—
General expenses: For furniture and fixtures, typewriters,
carpets, labor-saving machines and accessories, time stamps,
adding and numbering machines, awnings, curtains, books of
reference; directories, books, miscellaneous office and desk supplies,
paper, twine, glue, envelopes, postage, carfares, soap, towels, disinfectants, and ice; drayage, express, freight, telephone, and telegraph service; traveling expenses (not to exceed $200); repairs to
buildings, elevators, and machinery; rental of equipment; preserving
sanitary condition of building; light, heat, and power; stationery
and office printing, including blanks, price lists, bibliographies,
catalogs, and indexes; for supplying books to depository libraries;
in all, $345,000: Provided, That no part of this sum shall be used to
supply to depository libraries any documents, books, or other printed
matter not requested by such libraries, and the requests therefor
shall be subject to approval by the Superintendent of Documents:
Provided further, That the Superintendent of Documents shall
furnish, from the quota that was printed for sale, two complete
sets of Definitive Writings of George Washington to each Senator,
Representative, Delegate, and Resident Commissioner, serving




345,000

Claims, Judgments, and Private Relief Acts—10

835, 063
250,037

Additional for night work and overtime

$188
2,485
828
9,971
229, 634
33,890
67,877
127

04 Payment for penalty mail: Obligations—1946, $353,000; 1945, $281,200.
0.2

$0.66:
Machine helper, stockkeeper, wrapper,
skilled laborer, bindery operative
Total permanent, departmental

Total estimate or appropriation

$200
2,500
1,000
10,000
220,300
35,000
75,000
1,000

345,000

_. . . .

$200
2,500
1,000
10,000
220,300
35,000
75,000
1,000

7, 522

3, 901

Machine operator, office helper and
storekeeper

_.

211

10,396

0.6

243

0.1
5

Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Rents and utility services
Printing and binding
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials.
Equipment.

160

Wages (per hour)
Chief of section..
$1.20:
Chief of section..
$1.13:
Unit supervisor..
$1.02:
Unit supervisor-

02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09

Trust account:
Unearned Proceeds of Sale, Etc., of Publications, Superintendent
of Documents, Government Printing Office—
The proceeds of sales of publications, etc., by the Superintendent of Documents are deposited in a trust receipt account and such
portion thereof as is required for postage, printing, and refunds is
established in the above-named appropriation account. The
earned portion of receipts is transferred from time to time to miscellaneous receipts (44 U. S. C. 71; 31 U. S. C. 725s; decisions of
Comptroller General, Jan. 2 and Feb. 21, 1936).
Appropriated 1945, $1,600,000
Estimate 1946, $1,150,000
Revised 1945, $1,150,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
$13,800
1,038,450
97,750

04 Communication services
06 Printing and binding
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities
Grand total obligations
1943 funds available in 1944 _
1944 funds available in 1945
Total estimate or appropriation

_

$15,903
1,196,738
112,650

$13,908
1,079,746
101,806

1,150,000

1,325,291
-175,29i

1,195,460
-220,751
+175,291

1,150,000

1,150,000

1,150,000

SEC. 102. Purchases may be made from the foregoing [appropriation] appropriations under the "Government Printing Office",
as provided for in the Printing Act approved January 12, 1897,
and without reference to section 4 of the Act approved June 15,
1910 (41 U. S. C. 7), concerning purchases for executive departments.
SEC. [102] 103. In order to keep the expenditures for printing
and binding for the fiscal year [1945] 1946 ^ within or under the

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
appropriations for suchfiscalyear, the heads of the various executive
departments and independent establishments are authorized to
discontinue the printing of annual or special reports under their
respective jurisdictions: Provided, That where the printing of such
reports is discontinued the original copy thereof shall be kept on
file in the offices of the heads of the respective departments or
independent establishments for public inspection.
SEC. [103] 104- No part of the funds appropriated in this title
shall be used for the maintenance or care of private vehicles.
SEC. [104] 105. Whenever any office or position not specifically
established by the Legislative Pay Act of 1929 is specifically appropriated for in this title or whenever the rate of compensation or
designation of any position specifically appropriated for in this title
is different from that specifically established for such position by
such Act, the rate of compensation and the designation of the position, or either, specifically appropriated for in this title, shall be the
permanent law with respect thereto; and the authority for any position specifically established by such Act which is not specifically
appropriated for in this title shall cease to exist.




27

SEC. [105] 106. No part of any appropriation contained in this
Act shall be paid as compensation to any person appointed after
June 30, 1935, as an officer or member of the Capitol Police who does
not meet the standards to be prescribed for such appointees by
the Capitol Police Board: Provided, That the Capitol Police Board
is hereby authorized to detail police from the House Office, Senate
Office, and Capitol Buildings for police duty on the Capitol Grounds
(Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Total, legislative branch, general account:
Estimate 1946, $50,351,907.66 Appropriated 1945, $47,450,394.66
Revised 1945, $47,452,322.66
Total, legislative branch, trust accounts:
Estimate 1946, $1,211,000
Appropriated 1945, $1,645,000
#Revised 1945, $1,211,000




THE JUDICIARY
Summary of estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1946, compared with appropriations for the fiscal year 1945
[The 1946 estimates exclude funds for overtime pay and additional compensation under laws expiring on or before June 30, 1945, but contemplate a continuation of the existing
workweek, which is generally 42 hours]
Appropriations, 1945 (revised)
Budget estimates, 1946

Bureau or subdivision

Exclusive of
overtime pay

Overtime pay »

Increase K-Y) or
decrease ( - ) , 1946
estimates over
1945 appropriations (exclusive
of overtime pay)

Total

GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS
$645,860
13,841, 340
277,600

$60,109
783,660
35, 500

$712,959
12, 562,858
307,700

-$6,990
+2,062,142
+5,400

12, 704, 248

879, 269

13, 583, 517

+2,060,552

$4, 282,000

Total general and special accounts

$652,850
11,779,198
272,200

14, 764,800

United States Supreme Court
Other Federal courts
Administrative Office of the United States Courts

$4, 282,000

TRUST ACCOUNT
Fees and other collections, clerks of the United States district courts
J

$4,282,000

Overtime pay covers all overtime pay and additional compensation authorized by acts expiring June 30, 1945.

EXPLANATORY STATEMENT
miscellaneous expenses, including care of the Court buildGENERAL STATEMENT
ing and grounds.
Appropriations for The Judiciary provide funds for the
United States Supreme Court, circuit courts of appeals,
OTHER FEDERAL COURTS
district courts, the Customs Court, Court of Customs and
Patent Appeals, Court of Claims, and the Supreme Court
Appropriations under this heading provide for salaries
and circuit courts of Hawaii. In addition to these courts, and operating expenses for the circuit courts of appeals,
provision is made for the activities of United States com- district courts, the special courts, probation system, and
missioners, conciliation commissioners, the probation other court officers. Major items of increase include a
system, referees in bankruptcy, and the Administrative proposed new appropriation for salaries of court reporters,
Office of the United States Courts.
authorized by the Act of January 20, 1944 (Public Law
The volume of matters coming before the courts in 1946 222); provision for additional law clerks and secretaries
is expected to be slightly above the 1945 level, as any for circuit and district judges, and messengers for circuit
lessening in war-related litigation will probably be more judges, in accordance with a plan approved by the Conthan offset by increases in other types of civil and criminal ference of Senior Circuit Judges; and amounts for addicases.
tional commissioners, auditors, clerks, and other personal
In accordance with law, estimates for The Judiciary are services for the Court of Claims. The remainder of the
included in the Budget without revision by the Bureau of increase is for fees of commissioners and jurors, for
the Budget.
reclassification of certain probation officers, and for other
expenses resulting from the additional personnel included
UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT
in the estimates.
The net decrease in the estimates for the Supreme Court
results from a reduced estimate for printing and binding, ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES COURTS
and from the elimination of any additional amount in 1946
Increases under this heading are to provide for withinfor the Advisory Committee on Rules for Civil Procedure.
These reductions are partially offset by proposed increases grade promotions and increased allotments for supplies
in salaries of certain Court officials and clerks and for and equipment.
ESTIMATES

OF

UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT
Salaries, Supreme Court—
Salaries: For the Chief Justice and eight Associate Justices;
Reporter of the Court; and all other officers and employees, whose,
compensation shall be fixed by the Court, except as otherwise provided by law, and who may be employed and assigned by the Chief
Justice to any office or work of the Court, £$536,509] $499,100
(28 U. S. C. 821, 825; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $499,100
Appropriated 1945, $536,509




APPROPRIATIONS

Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Professional service:
Grade 9. In excess of $9,000:
Chief Justice
Associate Justice

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
1
8

$20,500
160,000

1
8

$20,500
160,000

1
8

29

$20,500
160,000

30

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT—Continued

Salaries, Supreme Court—Continued.
Obligations
By objects

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD—continued

•

Professional service—Continued.
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary

Reporter

1

$8,000

1

$8,000

Librarian
Assistant reporter

1
1

5,000
5,000

1
1

5,000
4,600

1
1

4,683
4,600

1
1
1

4,500
4,200
3,800

1
1
1

4,500
3,700
3,800

1
1
0.8

4,215
3,700
3,325

9
3
2

32,400
9, 900
5,400

32,400
8,800
4,100

8.9
2.6
1.6

Preparation of Rules for Civil Procedure, Supreme Court—
[Preparation of Rules for Civil Procedure: For an additional
amount for preparation of Rules for Civil Procedure, Supreme
Court, fiscal year 1944, $4,414, which amount together with the
unexpended balance of the appropriation for this purpose for the
fiscal year 1944 shall be available until June 30, 1945. J
[Preparation of Rules for Civil Procedure: For an additional
amount for preparation of Rules for Civil Procedure, Supreme
Court, $19,700, fiscal year 1945, which amount together with the
appropriation for this purpose in the First Deficiency Appropriation
Act, 1944, shall be available until June 30, 1946] (Act of Apr. 1,1944,
Public Law 279; Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Appropriated 1945, $19,700

31, 022
8,333
4,329

0.6

$4, 667

Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:

_. _ ..

Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Law clerk
_.
..

Assistant reporter

Associate librarian
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:

Law clerk

Assistant librarian
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Marshal
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Chief clerk and assistant
Grade 8 Range $2,900 to $3,500
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Sub professional service:
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 3. Range $1,440 to $1,800

Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
8.
7.
6.
5.
4.
3.
2.

Range
Range
Range
Range
Range
Range
Range

$2,200 to
$2,040 to
$1,860 to
$1,680 to
$1,500 to
$1,320 to
$1,200 to

$2,800
$2,500
$2,220
$2,040
$1,860
$1,620
$1,500

Grade 1. Range $720 to $960
Total permanent, field
Temporary employment, field

1

5,500

1

5,500

1

5,500

1

Secretarv

Grade
Grade
Grade
Grade
Grade
Grade
Grade

9
2.7
1.5

3,600

1

3,600

1

3,600

1
1
8
2
1
2
1
2

3,800
3,000
25, 600
5,500
2,400
3,900
1,920
3,000

1

3,700

1

3,803

8
2
1
2
1
2

25,600
5,400
2,400
3,780
1,860
2,940

8
2
1
1.8
0.9
0.9

25, 526
4,733
2,400
3,190
1,535
1,381

1
2

1,680
3,060

1
2

1,680
2,820

0.9
1.9

1,431
2, 639

3
1
2
12
39
6.8
38.7
2

7,200
2,040
3,960
22,660
65, 880
10, 752
58, 508
1,440

3
1
2
12
39
6.8
39.7
2

6,900
2,040
3,840
22, 300
63, 720
10, 392
58, 448
1,440

3
0.9
2
11.6
35.8
5.8
35.5
2

6,600
1,797
3,720
20, 850
54, 373
8,641
51,614
1,406

156.5 494,100
2
5,000

155.7 483, 760
2
5,000
47, 749

144.5 454,113
1
3,000
44, 384

158.5 499,100

157.7 536, 509

145.5 501, 497
12, 303

4 99,10 0

536, 509

513,800

Additional compensation, field

01
Personal services (net)
Estimated savings, unobligated balanceTotal estimate or appropriation

Preparation of Rules for Criminal Proceedings, Supreme Court—
[Preparation of Rules for Criminal Proceedings: For an
additional amount for Preparation of Rules for Criminal Proceedings, Supreme Court, fiscal year 1944, $21,000, which amount
together with the unexpended balance of the appropriation for this
purpose for the fiscal year 1944 shall be available until June 30,
1945.]
The unexpended balance of the appropriation "Preparation of
Rules for Criminal Proceedings, Supreme Court/' fiscal year 1944}
continued in the First Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1944, is hereby
made available for the fiscal year 1946 (Act of Apr. 1, 1944, Public
Law 279).
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
salary years salary years salary

years
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Reporter
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
-

0.3
1
0.7
1

2,600

1

01

3

9,500

3.1

Personal services (net)

$2,600
2,600
1, 700

1
0.1
1

Grand total obligations
Reappropriation of 1944 balance in 1945
Reappropriation of 1945 balance in 1946-..

Total estimate or appropriation




$3,000

2,201
5,000
1,299

2,941

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD
Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Attorney
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620.

01

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
1
1

$6,000
3,000

0.3
0.3

$2,183
1,083

0. 8

1,072

0.2

192

2.8

Personal services (net)

10,072

0. 8

3,458

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02 Travels
. .
06 Printing and binding

. . .

07 Other contractual services
Total other obligations

r_

Grand total obligations
Reappropriation of 1943 balance in 1944
Reappropriation of 1944 balance in 1945
Reappropriation of 1945 balance in 1946...

$1, 500
2,000
1,500

2,850
4,345
3,667

2,031

5,000

10, 862

3,789

5,000

20,934

-5,666

Total estimate or appropriation

- 6 , 234

1,758
7,247
-9,067

+6, 234

+5,000
19, 700

4,414

Printing and Binding, Supreme Court—
Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the Supreme
Court of the United States, [$49,750, of which amount not to exceed
$12,750 shall be available immediately] $37,000, to be expended as
required without allotment by quarters, and to be executed by such
printer as the Court may designate (28 U. S. C. 836; 44 U. S. C.
Ill; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $37,000
Appropriated 1945, $49,750
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
06 Printing and binding
1945 appropriation obligated in 1944

Total estimate or appropriation.

$37,000

$37, 000
+12,750

$38, 750
-12,750

37,000

49,750

26,000

Miscellaneous Expenses, Supreme Court—
Miscellaneous expenses: For miscellaneous expenses of the
Supreme Court of the United States, to be expended as the Chief
Justice may approve, [$27,000] $34,900, of which amount not to
exceed $1,600 shall be available for deposit in the general fund of the
Treasury for cost of penalty mail as required by section 2 of the Act
of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 364).
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—Supreme Court of the United
States: Not to exceed $1,480 of the appropriation "Miscellaneous
expenses, Supreme Court, 1945"] (Act of June 26, 1944, Public
Law 854; Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $34,900
Appropriated 1945, $27,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

13,749

2,053
12, 519
1,679

3,000

8,500

16, 251

3,000

18, 000
- 2 1 , 000

30, 000
+21, 000

-3,000

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

$8,240
188
2,380

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02 Travel
06 Printing and binding
07 Other contractual services
Total other obligations

Obligations
By objects

+3, 000
51, 000

02 Travel
04 Payment for penalty mail
Other communication services
06 Printing and binding
07 Other contractual services._
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment
_

$500
1,600
5,000
12, 300
1,000
10,600
3,900

$500
1,480
5,000
6,000
1,000
9,120
3,900

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance ._
Total estimate or appropriation

34,900

27,000

26,969
31

34,900

27,000

27,000

$455
4,780
10,601
1,117
7,494
2,522

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THE JUDICIARY
Care of Supreme Court Building and Grounds—
Structural and mechanical care of the building and grounds:
For such expenditures as may be necessary to enable the Architect
of the Capitol to carry out the duties imposed upon him by the
Act approved May 7, 1934 (40 U. S. C. 13a-13d), including improvements, maintenance, repairs, equipment, supplies, materials,
and appurtenances, special clothing for workmen; purchase of
waterproof wearing apparel; and personal and other services (including temporary labor without reference to the Classification
and Retirement Acts, as amended), and for snow removal by hire
of men and equipment or under contract without compliance with
sections 3709 and 3744 of the Revised Statutes (41 U. S. C. 5, 16),
[$80,000] $74,860 (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Appropriated 1945, $80,000
Estimate 1946, $74,860
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary

PERSONAL SERVICES

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 9. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 8. Range $2,200 to $2,800
Grade 7. Range $2,040 to $2,500
Grade 6. Range $1,860 to $2,220
Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620.

1

$2,040

1

$2,025

1

1
5
3
6
6
3
8

2,900
11,700
6,700
11,460
10,320
4,680
10,740

1
3
3
6
6
3
8

2,900
7,250
6,650
11,430
10,275
4,665
10,125

1
2.900
3
7,000
3
6,510
5.6 10,288
5. 3 9,044
3
4,515
6.8 9, 278

Total permanent
Overtime pay and additional compensation

33

60,540

31

55,320

28.7 51,515

12,360

11, 238

01

33

67,680

28.7 62,753

6,500
2,000
150

6,500

6,680

8,650
5,000
670

6,650
5,000
670

Personal services (net) _

60,540 ' 31

$1,980

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Other contractual services:
General annual repairs
Painting
Snow removal

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
07 Other contractual services—Con.
Annual painting
Pointing exterior stonework
Renewal of steam risers

$3, 500
3,000

$2, 850

5,000

'"47900

10, 300

12, 300

11, 255
45

10, 300

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance..
Total estimate or appropriation

$3, 500

12, 300

11, 300

Repairs and Improvements, United States Court of Appeals for
the District of Columbia—
Repairs and improvements, United States Court of Appeals
for the District of Columbia: For repairs and improvements to the
United States Court of Appeals Building, including repair and
maintenance of the mechanical equipment, and for labor and
material and every item incident thereto, [$3,370] $2,500, to be
expended under the direction of the Architect of the Capitol[, of
which $870 shall be immediately available] (Act of June 26, 1944,
Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $2,500

Appropriated 1945, $3,370
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
07 Other contractual services:
General annual repairs
Maintenance, air conditioning system, annual
Alteration of conference room to
provide office for law clerk

$1,800

$1,800

700

700

$1,155
474
1,728

Grand total obligations
1945 appropriation obligated in 1944
_

07 Total, other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment
Total other obligations

Obligations
By objects

___

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

150
6,680
3,909
1,137

14, 320

12, 320

11, 726

74,860

80,000

74, 479
2,121

74, 860

80,000

76,600

Total, United States Supreme Court, annual appropriations,
general account:
Estimate 1946, $645,860
Appropriated 1945, $712,959

2,500

2, 500
+870

3,357
r-870

Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

2,500

3,370

2,487
13

2,500

3,370

2,500

COURT OF CUSTOMS AND PATENT APPEALS
Salaries, United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals—
Salaries: Presiding judge and four associate judges and all
other officers and employees of the court, [$114,860] $111,690
(28 U. S. C. 301, 806; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $111,690
Appropriated 1945, $114,860
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate.1945 Actual, 1944

UNITED STATES COURTS FOR THE DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Sixty per centum of the expenditures for the District Court of
the United States for the District of Columbia from all appropriations under this title and 30 per centum of the expenditures for the
United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia from
all appropriations under this title shall be reimbursed to the United
States from any funds in the Treasury to the credit of the District of
Columbia (Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Repairs and Improvements, District Court of the United States
for the District of Columbia—
Repairs and improvements, District Court of the United States
for the District of Columbia: For repairs and improvements to the
courthouse, including repair and maintenance of the mechanical
equipment, and for labor and material and every item incident
thereto, [$12,300] $10,300, to be expended under the direction of
the Architect of the Capitol {Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $10,300
Appropriated 1945, $12,300

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
Professional service:
Grade 9. In excess of $9,000:
1 $12,500
1 $12,500
Presiding judge
1 $12,500
4
50,000
Associate judge
3.8 48,056
4
50,000
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Clerk
6,000
6,000
5,850
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Marshal
5,000
5,000
1
4,850
Reporter
1
5,000
5,000
4,850
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
1
3,825
Assistant clerk
3,775
3,700
5
16,250
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
15, 850
15, 467
2,725
2,600
1
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
2,675
4,300
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
2,275
0.9 1,723
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
3,165
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
3,240
2
3,018
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $l,b20
2,850
2
2,574
2,760
Total permanent, field
Additional compensation, field.

21

111,690

20

109,000
5.860

19. 7 105,188
5,740

01
Personal services (net)
Estimated savings, unobligated balance- _
Total estimate or appropriation

21

111, 690

20

114,860

19. 7 110,928
2,132

114,860

113,060

111, 690

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
07 Other contractual services:
General annual repairs
.
Maintenance, air conditioning system




$2,800

$2,800

$2, 310

1,000

1,000

1,195

Contingent Expenses, United States Court of Customs and Patent
Appeals—
Contingent expenses: For books and periodicals, including their
exchange; stationery, supplies, traveling expenses; drugs, chemicals,
cleansers, furniture; and for such other miscellaneous expenses as
may be approved by the presiding judge, [$3,000] $3,300: Provided,

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T H E BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

COURT OF CUSTOMS AND PATENT APPEALS—Continued
Contingent Expenses, United States Court of Customs and Patent
Appeals—Continued.
That not to exceed $180 of this appropriation shall be available for
deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty mail as
required by section 2 of the Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 864).
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—Court of Customs and Patent Appeals: For an additional amount for contingent expenses, Court of
Customs and Patent Appeals, $167: Provided, That not to exceed
such amount of such total appropriation for such fiscal year shall
be available for the purpose of this section] (28 U. S. C. 801, 806;
Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854; Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public
Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $3,300
Appropriated 1945, $3,167

siding judge, [$12,500] $13,000: Provided, That traveling expenses
of judges of the Customs Court shall be paid upon the written
certificate of the judge: Provided further, That not to exceed $500 of
this appropriation shall be available for deposit in the general fund of
the Treasury for cost of penalty mail as required by section 2 of the Act
of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 364).
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—United States Customs Court: For
an additional amount for contingent expenses, United States Customs Court, $463: Provided, That not to exceed such amount of
such total appropriation for such fiscal year shall be available for
the purpose of this section] (19 U. S. C. 1518; Act of June 26, 1944,
Public Law 354; Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $13,000
Appropriated 1945, $12,963
Obligations

By objects

Obligations

Estimate, 1946

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945
02
03
04
07

Travel
Transportation of things
Payment for penalty mail
Other communication services
O ther contractual services

08

Supplies and materials

Actual, 1944

$130
20
180
720
400
400
1,450
3,300

3,167

2,808
192

3,300

_ _ __

09 Equipment
Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate or appropriation

$130
20
167
600
400
400
1,450

3,167

3,000

$110
7
571
320
350
1,450

Printing and Binding, United States Court of Customs and Patent
Appeals—
Printing and binding: For printing and binding, $6,700 (81
U. S. C. 588; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $6,700
Appropriated 1945, $6,700

$6,000
1,500
500
1,800
100
1,100
2,000

$6,000
1,500
463
1,800
100
1,100
2,000

$5,621
824

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance

13,000

12,963

10,143
3,357

13, 000

12,963

13, 500

Total estimate or appropriation

Obligations
By objects

06 Printing and binding
Estimated savings, unobligated balance

Salaries, United States Customs Court—
Salaries: Presiding judge and eight judges; and all other officers
and employees of the court, [$250,000] $283,200 (19 U. S. C.
1518; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $233,200
Appropriated 1945, $250,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Grade 9. I n excess of $9,000:
Presiding judge
Judge
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Clerk of court
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Secretary to presiding judge
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Marshal
_.
_ _
____
Secretary
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800

Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 5. Range $1,620 to $2,040
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
Total permanent, field
Additional compensation,
field
_._
01 Personal services (net)
Estimated savings, unobligated balanceTotal estimate or appropriation

Man- Total Man- Total Manyears salary years salary years

Total
salary

1
8

$10,000
80,000

1
8

$10,000
80,000

1
8

1

4,600

1

4,600

1

5,250

1

3,500

1

3,500

1

1

1,980

1
3,500
30,100
8
32,025
10
6.5 16,100
14.5 32, 525
5
9,500
2.5
4,050
3
4,320
1

1,980

1
3,450
8
29,500
8.4 26, 030
4.5 10, 974
13.9 30, 578
4.4
8,279
0.7
1,185
2.1
3,092
1
0.5

1,935
536

62.5 233,200

62.5 232,200
17,800

55.5 214,809
17,139

62.5 233,200

62.5 250,000

55.5 231,948
4,552

233,200

250,000

236, 500

Contingent Expenses, United States Customs Court—
Contingent expenses: For books and periodicals, including
their exchange; stationery, supplies, traveling expenses; and for
such other miscellaneous expenses as may be approved by the pre-




Actual, 1944

$1,000

$137
863

1,000

Total estimate or appropriation

$1,000
1,000

1,000

COURT OF CLAIMS
Salaries, Court of Claims—
Salaries: Chief justice and four judges, seven regular commissioners, and all other officers and employees of the court, [$220,000]
$308,400, including the compensation of stenographers authorized by
the court, and for stenographic and other fees and charges necessary
in the taking of testimony and in the performance of the duties as
authorized by the Act entitled "An Act amending section 2 and repealing section 3 of the Act approved February 24, 1925 (28 U. S. C.
269, 270), entitled lAn Act to authorize the appointment of commissioners by the Court of Claims and to prescribe their powers and
compensation', and for other purposes", approved June 23, 1930 (28
U. S. C. 241, 244; Act of July 1, 1944, Public Law 395; Act of June 26,
1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $308,400
Appropriated 1945, $220,000

4,000

1
3,500
30,300
8
32, 200
10
6.5 16,150
14.5 33,000
5
9,600
2.5
4,050
3
4,320

$10,000
80,000

1,527
95
600
1,476

Printing and Binding, United States Customs Court—
Printing and binding: For printing and binding, $1,000 (31
U. S. C. 588; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $1,000
Appropriated 1945, $jl,000

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945

UNITED STATES CUSTOMS COURT

Actual, 1944

02 Travel
03 Transportation of things
04 Payment for penalty mail
Other communication services
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment

06 Printing and binding: Obligations—1946, $6,700; 1945, $6,700; 1944, $6,700.

Professional service:

Estimate, 1945

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Professional service:
Grade 9. I n excess of $9,000:
Chief justice—
Judge
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Commissioner
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Chief clerk
Senior auditor
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Reporter and librarian
_.
Financial officer
Junior auditor
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Secretary to the court
Assistant clerk
Administrative assistant
Financial officer

Man- Total
years salary

Manyears

Total
salary

Manyears

Total
salary

1
4

$12,500
50,000

1
4

$12,500
50,000

1
4

$12,500
50,000

12

90,000

7

52,500

5.7

42,875

7,000
19, 500

6,875

0.9

5,958

5,400
5,000
9,200

5,300

4,350
4,350
4,000

4,175
4,175
3,834

5,200

0.1
1

342
4,100
3,800

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THE JUDICIARY
Obligations

Obligations

By objects

By objects
Estimate, 1916 Estimate, 1945

Actual, 1944

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD—continued

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service—Continued.
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Stenographer-law clerk
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 5. Ran ge $2,000 to $2,600
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 5. Range $1,620 to $2,040..
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860.._
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Unclassified

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
1
5
1
1
21

$3, 700
15,800
3,125
2,725
49,135

1
10
2
2

1,725
15,990
3,100
1,080

1
$3,600
3
9,300
1
3,075
1.5 3,875
10.7 24,826
1
10
2
2

1,680
15,675
3,030
1,080

1
$3,550
2
6,100
1
3,000
1
2.600
8.9 19,815
1
10
2
2

1,590
15,190
2,953
1,080

Total permanent, field
Temporary employment, fieldAdditional compensation, field.

72 307,680
0.5
720

49.2 205, 500
i4,500

13,394

01
Personal services (net)
Estimated savings, unobligated balance..
Total estimate or appropriation

72. 5 308, 400

49. 2 220,000

43.6 194,047
13,053

308,400

220,000

208,000

43.6 180,653

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
07 Other contractual services:
General annual repairs
Annual painting and cleaning walls,
ceilings and woodwork

By objects

$15,000
500
1,400
21,400
900
4,800
3,400

$5,760
463
1,000
1,400
650
3,510
2,680

Grand total obligations
_..
Estimated savings, unobligated balance.-

47,400

15,463

12, 261
5,739

Total estimate or appropriation

47,400

15,463

18,000

876
1,331
596
3,613
2,003

Printing and Binding, Court of Claims—
Printing and binding: For printing and binding, [$25,000]
$85,000 (81 U. S. C. 588; Ad of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Appropriated 1945, $25,000

25, 000




3

Appropriated 1945, $96,500
Obligations

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Man- Total Man- Total Man Total
years salary years salary years salary
1 $10, 500
1 $10, 500
1 $10, 500
2
2
20,000
20,000
2
20,000
8

58, 500

8

58,500

7.7 56,188

11

89,000

11

89,000

10.7 86,688

7,500

7,500

96, 500

94,188
9,312

96, 500

96, 500

103, 500

Total estimate or appropriation

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS OF EXPENSE
Salaries of Circuit, District, and Retired Judges—
Salaries of judges: For salaries of circuit judges; district judges
(including two in the Territory of Hawaii, one in the Territory of
Puerto Rico, four in the Territory of Alaska, one in the Virgin
Islands, and one in the Panama Canal Zone); and judges retired
under section 260 of the Judicial Code, as amended, and section 518
of the Tariff Act of 1930; in all, $3,222,500: Provided, That this
appropriation shall be available for the salaries of all United States
justices and circuit and district judges lawfully entitled thereto
whether active or retired (28 U. S. C. 1, 4e} 4o, 5, 213,213a, 21Sg,
375, 375a; 48 U. S. C. 1805, 1344, 1848, 1858; Act of June 26, 1944,
Public Law 854).
Estimate 1946, $3,222,500

Appropriated 1945, $3,222,500
Obligations

By objects

$26, 036
464
26, 500

Repairs to Buildings, Court of Claims—
Repairs and improvements: For necessary repairs and improvements to the Court of Claims buildings, to be expended under
the supervision of the Architect of the Capitol, [$2,550] $6,550
(Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).

602000—45

,

7,500

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Professional service:
Grade 9. In excess of $9,000:
Circuit judge
District judge

Estimate 1946, $6,550

2,550

96, 500

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

35,000

2,550

12 Pensions, annuities, and insurance
losses
_._

By objects

$25,000

2,542

6.550

Estimate 1946, $96,500

Obligations

$35,000

2,550

TERRITORIAL COURTS

$3, 842

06 Printing and binding
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

1,535

6,550

$1,007

Salaries, Justices and Judges, Territory of Hawaii—
Hawaii: For salaries of the chief justice and two associate
justices of the Supreme Court of the Territory of Hawaii, of judges
of the circuit courts in Hawaii, and of judges retired under the Act
of May 31, 1938, $96,500 (48 U. S. C. 632, 634a; 28 U. S. C. 5;
Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Estimate 1946, $35,000

500

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance-_

Appropriated 1945, $15,463
Obligations

02 Travel
04 Payment for penalty mail
Other communication services
05 Rents and utility services
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment
-..-

$2,050

4,500

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance-.
Total estimate or appropriation

Contingent Expenses, Court of Claims—
By objects
Contingent expenses: For stationery, court library, repairs,
fuel, electric light, traveling expenses, and other miscellaneous
expenses, [$15,000] $47400: Provided, That not to exceed $500 of
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD
this appropriation shall be available for deposit in the general fund of
the Treasury for cost of penalty mail as required by section 2 of the
Professional service:
Grade 9. In excess of $9,000:
Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 864).
Chief justice
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—Court of Claims: For an additional
Associate justice
amount for contingent expenses, Court of Claims, $463: Provided,
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Judge
That not to exceed such amount of such total appropriation for
such fiscal year shall be available for the purposes of this section]
01
Personal services (net)
(28 U. S. C. 247; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 854; Act of
OTHER OBLIGATIONS
Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $47,400

$2,050

Appropriated 1945, $2,550

_

Retired and resigned judges
01

Personal services (net)

Manyears
57
196

Total Man- Total Man- Total
salary years salary years salary
$712, 500

196

1,960,500
49.4 549, 500

302.4
3,222, 500

Estimated savings, unobligated balance.Total estimate or appropriation

55.7
$696,215
194.5
1,960, 500
1,945,167
49.4 549, 500 42. 4 481,007
57

$712, 500

3, 222, 500

302.4
292.6
3,122,389
3, 222, 500
100, 111
3,222, 500

3,222, 500

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS OF EXPENSE—Continued
Salaries of Clerks, United States CourtsSalaries of clerks of courts: For salaries of clerks of United
States circuit courts of appeals and United States district courts,
their deputies, and other assistants, [$2,985,000] $2,635,000
{5 U. S. C. 677, 678; 28 U. S. C. 6} 7, 144, 545, 547, 557-570; 48
U. S. C. 1305, 1344; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $2,635,000
Appropriated 1945, $2,985,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945
Man- Total Manyears salary years

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Professional service:
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Clerk
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Clerk
•
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Clerk

Actual, 1944

Total
salary

Man- Total
years salary

5 $10,175

4.9 $9,851

5 $10,300
1

9 000

1

9 000

11

76, 751

11

76 563

40
40

40

38 4
198,150

192,963
10 9 49,900

11

50, 600

11

50,450

3
___

11,300

3

11, 275

28
21
58

95, 400
67,050

28
21
58

94, 350
66, 350
165,070

166,920
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900

123

123
308, 300

304, 725

Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600

190

Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160

172

172

325, 320
172. 3
298, 861
138
216,957
13, 875
10
32, 216
43

322,170
172. 3
295, 456
138
215, 010
10
13, 725
43 32,081

190
411, 950

Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800

_._

Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620...

.-

Unclassified
Total permanent, field.
T empor ary employment .field
Reclassifications, field
Additional compensation, field
Additional pay for foreign service, field
01 Personal services (net)
Estimated savings, unobligated balanceTotal estimate or appropriation

236, 699

240, 500

198,550
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Clerk
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Deputy clerk
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Deputy clerk
_
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200

8 813

39.5

40
241, 200

Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Clerk ...

1

10 8 75 180

405, 400

3

11,325

27 90,131
21.9 68,525
57.5
159,915
119.2
291, 235
186.9
390, 649
170.3
314,594
165.7
279, 666
127.6
196, 763
9. 9 13,163
42. 9 31, 902

1 066 3
1 066
1 037.4
2,421, 274
2, 510,450
2, 534, 550
73.3
64
64
92, 600
92, 600
112,958
3,300
367, 360
377, 400
1,160
4,550
4,550
1 130 3
1 110 7
1 130 a
2, 902, 752
2. 635. 000
2 985, 000
41, 028
2, 635,000

2,985,000

2, 943, 780

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD
Professional service:
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Probation officer
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Subprofessional service:
Grade 7. Range $2,300 to $2,900...
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160...
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620

Manyears

Total
salary

Manyears

Total
salary

Man- Total
years salary

17
127

$61,625
367,300

17
112

$60,583
322,533

16.8 $57,602
111. 1 313,030

127
2

314,700
5,100

127
2

308,367
4,983

119. 7 284, 506
2
4,800

12
22,665
67
113,460
115.7 179,005
2. 5 3,525

12
22,190
43
73,055
116.7 176,109
2.5
3,480

11.9 21,690
42.2 69,955
113.8 169,144
2. 5 3,439

Total permanent, field...
Reclassifications, field
Temporary employment, field..
Additional compensation, field_

470.2
1,067,380
95,620
6.9 10,000

432.2

420
10,000
156,100

9.7 15,024
151, 760

01

477.1
1,173,000

439.1
1,137,400

429.7
1, 090,950
8,850

1,173,000

1,137,400

1,099,800

Personal services (net)

Estimated savings, unobligated balance..
Total estimate or appropriation

971,300
6.9

924,166

Fees of Commissioners, United States Courts—
Fees of commissioners: For fees of the United States commissioners and other committing magistrates acting under section 1014,
Revised Statutes (18 U. S. C. 591), including fees and expenses of
conciliation commissioners, United States courts, including the
objects and subject to the conditions specified for such fees and
expenses of conciliation commissioners in the Department of Justice
Appropriation Act, 1937, [$400,0001 $470,000 {28 U. S. C. 526,
597, 599; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $470,000
Appropriated 1945, $400,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945
United States commissioners-Conciliation commissioners
Additional compensation
_
Total estimate or appropriation

_

Actual, 1944

$425,000
45,000

$305,000
45,000
50,000

$424,900
43,100
64,400

470,000

400,000

532,400

Fees of Jurors, United States Courts—
Fees of jurors: For mileage and per diems of jurors; meals and
lodging for jurors when ordered by the court, and meals and lodging
for jurors in Alaska, as provided by section 193, title II, of the Act of
June 6, 1900 (31 Stat. 362), and compensation for jury commissioners, $5 per day, not exceeding three days for any one term of
court, [$1,600,000] $1,680,000: Provided, That the compensation
of jury commissioners for the District of Columbia shall conform to
the provisions of title 18, chapter 10, section 341, of the Code of the
District of Columbia, but such compensation shall not exceed $250
each per annum {28 U. S. C. 600-600b, 600dt 602, 608; 48 U. S. C.
25; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $1,680,000
Appropriated 1945, $1,600,000

No part of any appropriation in this Act shall be used to pay the
cost of maintaining an office of the clerk of the United States District
Court at Anniston, Alabama; Florence, Alabama; Jasper, Alabama;
Gadsden, Alabama; Grand Junction, Colorado; Montrose, Colorado;
Durango, Colorado; Sterling, Colorado; Newnan, Georgia; Benton,
Illinois; Salina, Kansas; Chillicothe, Missouri; Roswell, New Mexico;
Bryson City, North Carolina; Shelby, North Carolina; Ardmore,
Oklahoma; Guthrie, Oklahoma; Aberdeen, South Dakota; Pierre,
South Dakota; Deadwood, South Dakota; Ogden, Utah; Casper,
Obligations
Wyoming; Evanston, Wyoming; or Lander, Wyoming; but this
paragraph shall not be so construed as to prevent the detail during
By objects
sessions of court of such employees as may be necessary from other
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
offices to the offices named herein {Act of June 26, 1944, Public
Law 354).
07 Other contractual services:
Per diems, jurors
_
$1,360,000
$1,300,000
$1,359,904
Probation System, United States Courts—
Per diems, jury commissioners
6,000
6,000
5,476
Mileage fees, jurors
294, 000
277,000
289,517
Probation system, United States courts: For salaries of probaMeals and lodgings, jurors
20,000
17,000
17,217
tion officers and their clerical assistants, as authorized by the Act
entitled "An Act to amend the Act of March 4, 1925, chapter 521,
Grand total obligations
1,680,000
1,672,114
1,600,000
7,886
and for other purposes", approved June 6, 1930 (18 U. S. C. 726), Estimated savings, unobligated balance
[$1,137,400] $1,173,000: Provided, That nothing herein contained
Total estimate or appropriation
1,680,000
1,600,000
1,680,000
shall be construed to abridge the right of the district judges to appoint probation officers, or to make such orders as may be necessary
to govern probation officers in their own courts: Provided further, Miscellaneous Salaries, United States Courts—
That no part of this appropriation shall be used to pay the salary
Miscellaneous salaries: For salaries of a]l officials
or expenses of any probation officer who, in the judgment of the of the Federal judiciary, not otherwise specifically and employees
provided
senior or presiding judge certified to the Attorney General, fails to [$1,327,885] $1,710,500: Provided, That the compensation offor,
secrecarry out the official orders of the Attorney General with respect to taries and law clerks [to circuit and district judges shall befixedby
supervising or furnishing information concerning any prisoner re- the Director of the Administrative Office of the United States
leased conditionally or on parole from any Federal penal or correc- Courts without regard to the Classification Act of 1923, as amended,
tional institution {Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
except that the salaries of the secretaries, exclusive of temporary
Estimate 1946, $1,173,000
Appropriated 1945, $1,137,400 additional compensation, and exclusive of the differential allowed




35

THE JUDICIARY
for higher living costs in the Panama Canal Zone, shall correspond
with those of the assistant administrative grade (grade 7 of clerical,
administrative and fiscal service): Provided further, That the annual
basic compensation of the secretary to a circuit or district judge
shall not (exclusive of temporary additional compensation) exceed
$3,200: And provided further, That the salaries of law clerks shall
correspond with those of the assistant professional grade] of circuit
and district judges {exclusive of any temporary additional compensation) shall be fixed by the Director of the Administrative Office without
regard to the Classification Act of 1923, as amended, except that the
salary of a secretary shall conform with that of the main (CAF~4),
senior (CAF-5), or principal (CAF-6) clerical grade, or assistant
(CAF—7), or associate (CAF—8) administrative grade, as the appointing judge shall determine, and the salary of a law clerk shall conform
with that of the junior (P-l), assistant (P-2), associate (PS), full
(P—4), or senior (P—5) professional grade, as the appointing judge
shall determine, subject to review by the Judicial Council of the Circuit
if requested by the Director, such determination by the judge otherwise
to be final: Provided further, That (exclusive of any temporary additional compensation) the aggregate salaries paid to secretaries and law
clerks appointed by one judge shall not exceed $6,500 per annum,
except in the case of the senior circuit judge of each circuit and the
senior district judge of each district having five or more district judges,
in which case the aggregate salaries shall not exceed $7,500 (28 U. S. C.
22a; 48 U. S. C. 1305, 1344; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $1,710,500

Appropriated 1945, $1,327,885
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Professional service:
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Motions commissioner

Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Economist
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200.
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Veterans commissioner
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Clerk, Emergency Court of Appeals._
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:

Assignment commissioner
_ __.
_
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Stenographic law clerk
Marshal
Court reporter
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Deputy clerk, Emergency Court of
Appeals
Domestic relations commissioner

Grade
Grade
Grade
Grade
Grade
Grade
Grade
Grade

8.
7.
6.
5.
4.
3.
2.
1.

Range
Range
Range
Range
Range
Range
Range
Range

$2,900 to
$2,600 to
$2,300 to
$2,000 to
$1,800 to
$1,620 to
$1,440 to
$1,260 to

$3,500
$3,200
$2,900
$2,600
$2,160
$1,980
$1,800
$1.620

Crafts, protective, and custodial service:

Grade 8. Range
Grade 6. Range
Grade 4. Range
Grade 3. Range
Unclassified--

$2,200 to
$1,860 to
$1,500 to
$1,320 to

$2,800
$2,220
$1,860
$1,620

Total permanent, field.
Clerk hire, circuit and district judges
Temporary employment, field
Additional compensation, field
01 Personal services (net)
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
1

$4,200

1

3,200

1

7,500

1

7,500

1

1

5,600

1

5,600

1

5,600

1

4,800

1

4,800

1

4,800

1

3,900

1
1

3,875
3,525

0.5
1
0.8

2,004
3,800
2,850

1
1
1
3
4
19
5
3
4
2

3,400
3, 300
3,100
8,200
10, 625
41, 900
9,360
4,980
6,300
2,700

1
1
1
257
4
19
5
3
4
2

3,325
3,300
3,100
691, 450
10, 300
41, 475
9,330
4,980
6,255
2,655

1
2,460
1
1,980
1
1,620
45.8 67, 750
1
1,125

1
1
1
18
1

2,430
1, 965
1,590
25,980
1,125

1
1
1
17
1

445.1
1, 155,885

394

98.8
198,000
480 1, 502, 500
4
10,000

1

$4, 200

1
3,200
119.1 313,925

4

10,000
162, 000

1

$4,077

0. 8 2,574
85.4 223, 027
7,500

1
3,275
1
3,200
1
3,025
246.1 651,381
3
7,293
17.4 35, 608
3.7
6,735
2.6
4,275
2.7
4,273
2
2,580
2,400
1,920
1,560
23,819
990

« Includes $30,000 appropriated in the Second Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1944.
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945
03 Transportation of things
04 Payment for penalty mail
Other communication services
05 Rents and utility services
Other contractual services:
Psychiatric examinations
Transcripts in forma pauperis
Miscellaneous

.

07 Total, other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment.
Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

Actual, 1944

$7,000
84,000
130, 000
2,000

$7,000
77, 700
125,000
2,000

124, 514
1,982

4,000
30,000
14,000

4,000
30,000
14, 000

14, 012

48,000
75, 000
203,800

48,000
48,000
166,000

16, 695
62, 651
160,007

549,800

473, 700

372, 242
18, 758

549,800

473, 700

391,000

$6, 393

2,683

Traveling Expenses, United States Courts—
Traveling expenses: For all necessary traveling expenses, not
otherwise provided for, incurred by the Judiciary, including traveling expenses of probation officers and their clerks, and transfer of
household goods and effects as provided by the Act of October 10,
1940, [$563,500] $621,000: Provided, That this sum shall be
available, in an amount not to exceed $4,000, for expenses of
attendance at meetings concerned with the work of Federal probation when incurred on the written authorization of the Director
of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts: Provided
further, That United States probation officers may be allowed, in
lieu of actual expenses of transportation, not to exceed 4 cents per
mile for the use of their own automobiles for transportation when
traveling on official business within the city limits of their official
station (5 U. S. C. 823; 28 U. S. C. 222a, ^374, 444-450, 560f 562;
Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Appropriated 1945, $563,500
Estimate 1946, $621,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945
02 Travel:
Judges .._ _
Clerks
Probation officers and clerks
Law clerks, secretaries, and miscellaneous
Court reporters
Grand total obligations _
_
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate or appropriation

Acttfal, 1944

$170,000
90, 000
222, 500

$170, 000
90,000
211,000

$166, 725
88, 378
190, 500

105, 500
33. 000

92, 500

72,388

621, 000

563, 500

517, 991
22,009

621, 000

563, 500

540, 000

1, 008, 566
4.4

10,398
152, 415

582 8
1, 710, 500

449 1
1, 327, 885

398.4
1, 171, 379
13,421

1, 710, 500

1, 327, 885

1, 184,800

Miscellaneous Expenses, United States Courts—
Miscellaneous expenses (other than salaries): For miscellaneous
expenses of the United States courts and their officers, including procurement of stenographic reporting services without regard to section
3709, Revised Statutes, provided that the rates of payment shall not
exceed those fixed by the district court, pursuant to Rule 80 (b),
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, of the jurisdiction in which the
services are rendered; purchase of lawbooks, books of reference, and
periodicals; purchase of firearms and ammunition; purchase of envelopes without regard to the Act of June 26, 1906 (34 Stat. 476);
[$366,000] and not to exceed $84,000 for deposit in the general fund
of the Treasury for cost of penalty mail for the United States courts
and the Administrative Office of the United States courts as required by
section 2 of the Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 364); $549,800.




[Penalty mail costs, 1945—Miscellaneous expenses, United
States courts, $77,700] (18 U. S. C. 726; 28 U. S. C. 222a, 544,
563, 566; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354; Act of Dec. 22,
1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $549,800
Appropriated 1945, a $473,700

Printing and Binding, United States Courts—
Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the Administrative Office and Courts of the United States, $89,000 (31 U. S. C.
588; 28 U. S. C. 444~450; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $89,000
Appropriated 1945, $89,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
06 Printing and binding
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

$89, 000

$89,000

$75, 016
13, 984

89,000

89, 000

89, 000

Salaries of Court Reporters, United States Courts—
Salaries, court reporters: For salaries of court reporters for the
district courts of the United States, as authorized by the Act of January
20, 1944 (Public Law 222), $815,000.
Estimate 1946, $815,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1940
Obligations

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS OF EXPENSE—Continued

By objects

Salaries of Court Reporters, United States Courts—Continued.
Obligations

By objects

Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Court reporter
_._
Court reporter-secretary
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Court reporter
Court reporter-secretary
Court reporter-secretary-law clerk
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Court reporter
_
Court reporter-secretary
_
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200

Total estimate or appropriation

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years " salary years salary years salary
54 $270,000
1
5,200
62
12
3

262,000
53,500
12,000

37
2
24

133,200
7,100
72,000

195

815,000

Total, other Federal courts, annual appropriations, general
account:
Estimate 1946, $13,841,340
Appropriated 1945, $12,562,858
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES
COURTS
Salaries, Administrative Office, United States Courts—
Salaries: For the Director of the Administrative Office of the
United States Courts, the Assistant Director, and for other persona]
services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, as may be
necessary to enable the Director to carry into effect the provisions
of the Act entitled "An Act to provide for the administration of the
United States courts, and for other purposes", approved August 7,
1939 (53 Stat. 1223), [$283,700] $249,600: Provided, That in expending appropriations or portions of appropriations contained in
this Act for the payment of personal services in the District of
Columbia, the Director shall fix compensation according to the
Classification Act of 1923, as amended {28 U. S. C. 444-450; Act of
June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $249,600
Appropriated 1945, $283,700
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Professional service:
years salary years salary years salary
Grade 9. In excess of $9,000:
Director
$10,000
$10,000
1 $10,000
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Assistant director
7,500
7,500
7,500
Chief, division of procedural studies
and statistics
7,000
6,813
6,750
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Chief, probation system
5,600
5,600
1.3 7,198
Chief, bankruptcy division
5,800
1
5,750
5,600
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Statistician.
4,600
4,600
1
4,458
Assistant chief, division of procedural
studies and statistics
4,600
4,600
0.3 1,150
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Attorney
*____
__
0.8 2,850
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Assistant to the chief of probation
system
1
3,200
1
3,200
1.1 3, 461
Assistant chief, bankruptcy division.
1
3,400
1
3,350
0.1
275
Associate attorney
2
6,500
1.5 4, 900
1
3,250
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
1
2,700
1
1
2,650
2,600
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Budget and accounting officer
1
4,600
4,600
1.2 5, 360
Service officer
1
4,800
1
4,800
4, 750
Chief auditor
_
_.
1
1
4,800
4,800
4,800
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Fiscal accountant
1
3,200
0.5
1,600
0.7 2.267
Field representative
1
3, 200
1
3,200
0.5 1,600
Auditor..
__
_.
2
2
6,775
6,800
6,600
2
Assistant service officer
_.
1
1
3,300
3,225
1
3, 300
Personnel officer.. . .
1
3,475
1
3,400
1
3,500
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200..
2
5,425
2
5,300
2
5,500
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
16, 325
7
16, 500
7
6.3 14, 413
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
24, 500 11.4 22.931
12
24, 600 12
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
40, 380 18.2 33,069
22
40, 560 22
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
21
19.9 32,621
34, 700 20.9 34,570
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
15
22, 080 15.4 22,507 14.8 21,398




Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500

$5, 760
4,800

4
$5,700
4. 4 5, 280

4
$5,535
3.8 4, 550

108

249,600

107. 7 246, 200
1.4 2, 000
35,500

99.4 226,911
1.6 2,603
33, 282

108
01 Personal services (net)
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate or appropriation

•Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

249,600

109.1 283, 700

101

Total permanent, departmental
Temporary employment, departmental.
Additional compensation, departmental

249,600

283,700 I

262, 796
8,504
271,300

i
Miscellaneous Expenses, Administrative Office, United States
Courts—
Miscellaneous expenses: For stationery, supplies, materials
and equipment, freight, express, and drayage charges, washing
towels, advertising, purchase of lawbooks and books of reference,
periodicals and newspapers, communication service and postage;
for the maintenance, repair, and operation of one motor-propelled
delivery truck; for rent in the District of Columbia, and elsewhere;
for official traveling expenses, including examination of estimates
for appropriations in the field, and other miscellaneous expenses,
not otherwise provided for, necessary to effectively carry out the
provisions of the Act providing for the administration of the United
States courts, and for other purposes, [$24,000: Provided, That
section 3709 of the Revised Statutes (41 U. S. C. 5) shall not be
construed to apply to any purchase or service for the Administrative
Office of the United States Courts when the aggregate amount
involved does not exceed the sum of $50] $28,000 {28 U. S. C.
444-450; Act of June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Estimate 1946, $28,000
Appropriated 1945, $24,000
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 194G Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
02
04
05
07
08

Travel
Communication services
Rents and utility services
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials

,.

09 Equipment
Grand total obligations-

-

Estimated savings, unobligated balance._
Total estimate or appropriation

$10.000
3.100
1,000
900
8.000
5,000

$10, 000
3.100
1,000
900
6.000
3.000

$6, 940
2,895
894
724
8,256
2,512

28, 000

24, 000

22, 221
1,779

28, 000

24,000

24,000

SEC. 202. As used in this title, the term "circuit court of appeals" includes the United States Court of Appeals for the District
of Columbia; the term "senior circuit judge" includes the Chief Justice of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia; the term "circuit judge" includes associate justice of the
United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia; and
the term "judge" includes justice.
SEC. 203. The reports of the United States Court of Appeals
for the District of Columbia shall not be sold for a price exceeding
that approved by the court and for not more than $6.50 per volume:
Provided, That all books purchased hereunder for United States
judges and other judicial officers shall be marked plainly "The
Property of the United States", and such books shall in all cases
be transmitted to their successors in office {Act of June 26, 1944i
Public Law 354).
Total, Administrative Office of the United States Courts,
annual appropriations, general account:
Estimate 1946, $277,600
Appropriated 1945, $307,700

Claims, Judgments, and Private Relief Acts—
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities: Obligations—1944, $1,794.50.

Total, The Judiciary, annual appropriations, general account:
Estimate 1946, $14,764,800
Appropriated 1945, $13,583,517

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37

violence: Provided further, That any person who advocates or who
is a member of an organization that advocates, the overthrow of the
Government of the United States by force or violence and accepts
employment, the salary or wages for which are paid from any appropription contained in this Act, shall be guilty of a felony and, upon
conviction, shall befinednot more than $1,000 or imprisoned for not
more than one year, or both: Provided further, That the above penalty clause shall be in addition to, and not in substitution for, any
other provisions of existing law.
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities: Obligations—1946, $4,232,000; 1945,
[SEC. 302. If at any time during thefiscalyear 1945 the termi$4,282,000; 1944, $3,255,086.
nation of the Act entitled uAp. Act to provide temporary additional
compensation for employees in the Postal Service", approved April
9, 1943, or of the Act entitled "An Act to provide for the payment of
overtime compensation to Government employees, and for other
SEC. 301. No part of any appropriation contained in this Act purposes", approved May 7, 1943, shall be fixed by concurrent
shall be used to pay the salary or wages of any person who advocates, resolution of the Congress at a date earlier than June 30, 1945, the
or who is a member of an organization that advocates, the overthrow appropriations contained in this Act shall cease to be available on
of the Government of the United States by force or violence: Pro- such earlier date for obligation for the purposes of the terminated
vided, That for the purposes hereof an affidavit shall be considered Act and the unobligated portions of appropriations allocated for the
prima facie evidence that the person making the affidavit does not purposes of such terminated Act shall not be obligated for any other
advocate, and is not a member of an organization that advocates, purposes of the appropriation during the fiscal year 1945] (Act of
the overthrow of the Government of the United States by force or June 26, 1944, Public Law 354).
Trust account:
Fees and Other Collections, Clerks of United States District
Courts—
Represents trust funds of clerks of United States courts required for payments of refunds (31 U. S. C. 725r).
Estimate 1946, $4,282,000
Appropriated 1945, $3,583,000
Revised 1945, $4,282,000







EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Summary of estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 194-6, compared with appropriations for the fiscal year 1945
[The 1946 estimates exclude funds ,for overtime pay and additional compensation under laws expiring on or before June 30, 1945, but contemplate a continuation of the existing
workweek, which is generally 48 hours]
Increase (+) or
decrease (—), 1946
estimates over
1945 appropriations (exclusive
of overtime pay)

Appropriations, 1945 (revised)
Bureau or subdivision

Budget estimates, 1946

Exclusive of
overtime pay

Overtime pay i

Total

G E N E R A L AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS
Executive Office of the President:
Compensation of the President
The White House Office
Executive Mansion and Grounds
Bureau of the Budget
Committee for Congested Production Areas..
Total, Executive Office of the President.._.
Emergency funds appropriated to the President.
Independent offices:
American Battle Monuments Commission
American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and Historic
Monuments in War Areas.

$75,000
313,038
150, 000
2, 967,100

$75,000
311, 519
130, 940
2, 642, 050
280, 924

3,505,138

3,440,433

40,000

41,346

56,000

$27,612
19,060
314, 750
19, 076

$75, 000
339,131
150, 000
2, 956, 800
300, 000

+$1,519
+19,060
+325,050
-280,924

3 3,820, 931

+64, 705

439

41, 785

-1,346

37,916

2,084

40, 000

+18,084

3,006,153

21, 351, 500
1,500,000

- 1 , 297, 347
-57,000

195, 852,000

+50,542, 000

218, 703, 500
615, 422,025
6, 312, 343
(3,800,000)

+49,187, 653
+2, 765, 975
-293, 472
(+14,322)

Civil Service Commission:
General administrative expenses
Panama Canal construction annuity fund
Civil service, Canal Zone, and Alaska Railroad retirement and disability funds
(appropriated funds)

17,048,000
1,443,000

18, 345, 347
1, 500,000

246, 394, 000

195, 852, 000

Total, Civil Service Commission..
Employees' Compensation Commission...
Federal Communications Commission
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation *>_.

264, 885, 000
* 17,982,000
5, 207,000
(3,310,000)

215,697, 347
15,196,025
5, 500,472
(3, 295, 678)

2,440,000
28,850

2,418,113
28, 275

352,920

2, 771,033
28, 275

+21, 887
+575

2,468,850
1,992,000
1,000,000
33, 885,000
8,433,000
26,015,000
1,004,000
17, 700
394,000
3,348,300
591,475

2,446, 388
1,802, 610
790,000
32,190, 247
8,061, 350
22, 963,006
916, 739
17, 475
738, 234
3, 285, 718
580,974

352,920
251,460

2, 799,308
2,054,070
790,000
38,480, 225
9,194,825
7 25,889, 830
1,071,340
18,775
740,000
3, 664, 373
8 622,117

+22,462
+189, 390
+210,000
+1, 694r 753
+371,650
+3,051, 994
+87, 261
+225
-344, 234
+62, 582
+10, 501

Railroad Retirement Board:
General administrative expenses
Railroad retirement appropriated account
Railroad unemployment insurance administration fund (permanent) _

2,228,000
291,913,000
11,000,000

2,196, 701
308, 817,000
12, 858, 575

330,049
441,425

2, 526, 750
308,817,000
13, 300,000

+31, 299
—36,904,000
-1,858,575

Total, Railroad Retirement BoardSecurities and Exchange Commission

305,141,000
4, 279,000

323, 872, 276
4,104, 800

771,474
591,904

324, 643, 750
4, 696, 704

-18,731,276
+174,200

Federal Power Commission:
General administrative expenses
Payments to States under Federal Power Act (permanent) _
Total, Federal Power Commission
_
Federal Trade Commission
Foreign service pay adjustment
General Accounting Office
Interstate Commerce Commission
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
National Archives
National Capital Housing Authority
National Capital Park and Planning Commission.
National Labor Relations Board
National Mediation Board

Smithsonian Institution:
Salaries and expenses, Smithsonian Institution
Salaries and expenses, National Gallery of Art
Expenses of Smithsonian Institution, interest account (permanent) .
Expenses of National Gallery of Art, interest account (permanent)
Total, Smithsonian Institution.

3, 006,153
226,000
811, 871
(504,322)

6, 289,978
1,133,475
2,926,824
154, 601
1,300
1,766
378, 655
41,143

1,205,000
583,400
60, 000
200,000

1, 054,
549,
60,
200,

061
727
000
000

170,029
92, 873

1, 224,
642,
60,
200,

090
600
000
000

+150,939
+33, 673

2,048,400

1, 863, 788

262,902

2,126,690

+184, 612

* Overtime pay covers all overtime pay and additional compensation authorized by acts expiring June 30,1945.
* Excludes $1,207,359,421 appropriated for the emergency war agencies; these items will be shown in a supplementary budget in the spring of 1945.
* $92,448,357 of emergency fund for the President prior year appropriations reappropriated in 1945. Appropriations in the amount of $3,457,570,000 for defense aid and $450,000,000
for United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration not reflected in this statement will be shown in a supplementary budget in the spring of 1945.
< In addition, unexpended balances of prior year appropriations estimated at $1,512,887 continued available.
* In addition, unobligated balances of prior year appropriations estimated at $3,298,910 continued available,
8
Estimates not previously submitted for congressional approval.
7 Excludes $4,745,000 carried under General Public Works Program. (See pp. 657-658.)
8 Iniaddition, unobligated balance of prior year appropriation estimated at $9,200 reappropriated,




39

40

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Summary of estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1946, compared with appropriations for the fiscal year 194&—Continued
Appropriations, 1945 (revised)
Budget estimates, 1946

Bureau or subdivision

Exclusive of
overtime pay

Overtime pay *

Total

Increase (+) or
decrease (-), 1946
estimates over
1945 appropriations (exclusive
of overtime pay)

GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS-Continued
Independent offices—Continued.
Tariff Commission
The Tax Court of the United States..
United States Maritime Commission.

$925,000
525, 750

$125, 538
32,470
» 5,441,862

$961,881
587,000
6, 766,000,000

+$88, 657
-28, 780
-6, 760, 558,138

227, 675,000
780, 000
682, 500
., 080,150, 000
295, 000, 000
18, 000, 000

Veterans' Administration:
Salaries and expenses.
Printing and binding
Cost of handling penalty mail
Army and Navy pensions
Keadjustment benefits
Military and naval insurance
Adjusted service dependent pay
__.
Adjusted service certificate appropriated fund
National service life insurance appropriated fund.
Soldiers' and sailors' civil relief.

$836, 343
554,530
760, 558,138

144, 205, 299
450, 000
485, 625
558,252,000

19,839, 641

164,044,940
450, 000
485, 625
558, 252,000

+83,469, 701
+330, 000
+196,875
+521,898,000
+295,000, 000
-1,794,000
- 4 0 , 000
-9,000,000

., 000, 000,000
400, 000

Total, Veterans' Administration

19,794, 000
40, 000
9,000,000
500, 000,000
400, 000

19, 794, 000
40, 000
9, COO, COO
500,000,000
400,000

+500,000,000

io 2, 622,687, 500

1, 232,626,924

19,839,641

0 1,252,466,565

+ 1 , 390,060, 576

Total, independent offices

3, 302, 905, 975

8, 634,682,646

42,644, 460

1 8,677,327,106

- 5 , 331,776,671

Total, general and special accounts.

3, 306, 411,113

8,638,123,079

43,024, 958

8,681,148,037

- 5 , 331, 711,966

$3,000
576,485,477
106,000
7,500
4,800
1,500
2,123,000
374,498,000
12,000
1, 511,164,042
15,000, 000

-$3,000
+ 8 8 , 331,989
- 5 0 , 000

TRUST ACCOUNTS
Independent offices:
Canal Zone Biological Area.
Civil Service Commission
Employees' Compensation Commission
Federal Communications Commission
General Accounting Office.National Archives
National Capital Housing Authority
Railroad Retirement Board
Securities and Exchange Commission
Veterans' Administration
Welfare and Recreational Association

13 $664,817,466
56,000
7,500
4,800
1,500
1, 080, 000
13 260, 232, 000
20,000
H 2,024, 267,100
15,000, 000
2, 965,486, 366

2,479,405, 319

2, 479, 405, 319

+486,081,047

$5,700,000,000

Total, trust accounts.

$3,000
576,485,477
106,000
7,500
4,800
1,500
2,123,000
374,498,000
12,000
.,511,164,042
15,000, COO

$5,700,000.0000

-$5,700,000,000

14

-1,043,000
- 1 1 4 , 266, 000

+8. 000
+513,103,058

CONTRACT AUTHORIZATION
Independent office: United States Maritime Commission

i Overtime pay covers all overtime pay and additional compensation authorized by acts expiring June 30, 1945.
• This amount applies only to employees paid under the limitation for administrative expenses.
1 Excludes $84,5C0,CC0 for 1946 and $17,945,£C0 for 1945 carried under General Public Works Program. (See pp. 663-664.)
0
11 Excludes $1,198,488 appropriated for Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion and $62,500,000 appropriated for Selective Service System; these items will be shown in a supplementary budget in the spring of 1945.
" Includes transfers from general accounts above of $246,394,000 in 1946 and $195,852,000 in 1945, and $1,220,000 in 1946 and $1,290,875 in 1945 transferred from District of Columbia
funds.
is Includes transfers from general accounts above of $241,232,000 in 1946 and $359,498,000 in 1945.
H Includes transfers from general accounts above of $1,CCO,COO,000 in 1946 and $£25,228,342 in 1945.

EXPLANATORY STATEMENT
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
THE WHITE HOUSE

These appropriations provide for the compensation of
the President, the salaries and expenses of the White
House Office, and the cost of maintaining the Executive
Mansion and grounds. The President's immediate office
provides for the handling of documents and correspondence, in addition to maintaining communication with Congress, the heads of the executive departments and agencies,
the press, the radio, and the general public. Included in
the staff are the President's personal aides and secretaries.




BUREAU OF THE BUDGET

The Bureau of the Budget assists the President in the
preparation and administration of the Federal Budget
covering the entire fiscal program of the Government. In
addition, as a staff agency of the Federal Government, the
Bureau makes studies to improve the organization and
procedures of Federal agencies; clears departmental recommendations regarding pending legislation, Executive
orders, and proclamations; and coordinates Federal statistical services. The requested increase of 12 percent in the
1946 estimates is to permit the Bureau to increase its
field service and to expand activities relating to management improvement within the Federal service.

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41

The American Commission for the Protection and
Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in War
Areas cooperates with the United States Army and Navy
and the United Nations in protecting monuments,
objects, and materials of cultural value in occupied areas;
compiles lists of damaged or appropriated properties, and
endeavors to effect restitution of public and private
properties appropriated by the Axis nations.
During 1946 the Commission expects to emphasize the
work of salvage and restitution rather than protection
work. In this connection the Commission members will
be called upon to act as advisers in the adjudication of
claims arising from damage, destruction, or looting. The
Commission's estimates reflect an increase in 1946 of 48
percent over 1945 appropriations.

both those wli° were Federal employees before entering
military service, and those who desire to enter the Federal
service. Special plans are also under way to facilitate
the placement of disabled veterans. Provision is made
to promote better personnel management.
Investigative work will emphasize more thorough
analysis of the suitability and qualifications of applicants
and careful examination of the reasons advanced by appointing officers for passing over veterans. A comprehensive program for the development of position classification standards to provide a more effective guide to
departments and agencies in the allocation of field positions under terms of the Classification Act is being
inaugurated. In addition to securing more equitable
treatment of employees, the program will be more economical for the Government.
The handling of employee claims upon the retirement
funds is being accelerated and a sufficient sum is requested
to insure the prompt processing of the large volume of
refunds to persons leaving the Federal service.
The decrease of $1,297,347 in the Budget for general
administrative expenses for 1946 is due primarily to the
anticipated reduction in the volume of placements and
investigations. The decrease of $57,000 in the estimate
for the Panama Canal construction annuity fund is due
to the fact that the 1945 appropriation included funds for
slightly more than a thirteen-month period for approximately the same number of claims.
Appropriations are made annually toward the Government's share of providing benefits to participants in the
disability and retirement benefits provided by law for the
Federal service. These appropriations and the contributions made by the participating employees provide the
trust funds from which benefits are paid. The increase
of $50,542,000 for the retirement and disability funds is
for the purpose of building up the Government's share in
the funds toward the amounts recommended by the Board
of Actuaries, based upon increased numbers of employees
acquiring benefit rights. The estimated number of employees who will have acquired benefit rights by reason
of having 5 years or more of creditable service by the end
of 1946 will be 1,545,000.

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION COMMISSION

The United States Civil Service CommissioA recruits,
examines, selects, and certifies to the departments and
agencies persons eligible for employment in the Federal
Government, including civilian establishments operated
by the War and Navy Departments. This activity
requires investigations of the character, suitability, and
past experience of applicants.
The Commission is concerned with problems related to
employment in the Government service such as interagency transfers to secure better utilization of skills,
promotion of sound personnel practices and in-service
training. The Commission administers the Classification
Act which requires that the duties and responsibilities
assigned to positions be the basis for an equitable salary
allocation for Federal employees. The Commission also
administers the retirement laws for civilian employees of
the Government, including the employees of the Panama
Canal and the Alaska Railroad.
Federal employment and placements are expected to
decrease during the fiscal year 1946, but the increased use
of formal examination and certification procedures will
assure more careful screening of appointees.
The Commission's placement procedure now emphasizes the placement of veterans in the Federal service,

The United States Employees' Compensation Commission administers (1) the Federal Employees' Compensation Act, approved September 7, 1916, which provides for payment by the Commission of compensation
to Federal employees for injury or death sustained in the
course of employment; (2) the Longshoremen's and Harbor
Workers' Compensation Act, approved March 4, 1927,
which provides for supervision by the Commission of
compensation payments by insurance carriers to covered
workers for injury or death occurring upon the navigable
waters of the United States (including any drydock), if
not covered by State law; and (3) the Longshoremen's and
Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, as extended by
Congress on May 17, 1928, to cover all private employment in the District of Columbia.
The Commission also administers two programs arising
out of war activity: (1) The Longshoremen's and Harbor
Workers' Compensation Act, as extended by Congress on
August 16, 1941, to cover employees of Government contractors engaged in employment at military bases outside
the continental United States, and (2) the act of December
2, 1942, providing (a) compensation benefits to employees
of Government contractors and persons engaged by the

INDEPENDENT OFFICES
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION

Prior to the German invasion of western Europe in 1940,
the American Battle Monuments Commission maintained
and operated 8 national cemeteries and 11 memorials in
France, Belgium, and England, commemorating the
services of the American Expeditionary Forces during
the First World War. Following the withdrawal from
Europe in 1941 of its American employees, the Commission depended upon the United States Army in England,
and the Governments of France and Belgium, to administer on a contractual basis its properties in these respective
countries. After the discontinuance of relations with the
French and Belgian Governments in 1942, arrangements
were worked out for the Commission by the Department of
State whereby the contractual services with those Governments were continued in effect through the offices of the
Swiss Government. The United States Army, for the
period of the war, has administrative control of the
cemetery in England, with all expenses connected therewith borne by the Army. The Commission's departmental staff has been reduced to one civilian employee,
pending the cessation of present hostilities.
AMERICAN COMMISSION FOR THE PROTECTION AND SALVAGE
OF ARTISTIC AND HISTORIC MONUMENTS IN WAR AREAS




42

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

United States under personal service contract outside the
continental United States, whose injury or death results
from a war-risk hazard, and (b) accrual of wages for any
such employee held by the enemy, missing because of
enemy action, or not returned to his home or place where
he was employed because of failure of the United States
or its contractors to furnish transportation.
The workload of the Commission has increased greatly
since the beginning of the war and is expected to increase
further in 1946. This estimate is based on (1) expected
slight decline in workloads under the Federal Employees7
Compensation Act; (2) continued heavy loads under the
Longshoremen's and Harbor "Workers' Compensation Act,
and (3) increased loads in cleaning up cases outside continental United States. The Budget provides funds to
meet these expected workloads and consequent cost increases, as well as a small amount for accident prevention
activity. The Budget also provides, in addition to the
continuation of payment to dependents of persons who
were employed by Government contractors and who are
now held by the Japanese, for the establishment of a
fund to provide accrued wage payments to such persons
upon their release or repatriation.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

The Federal Communications Commission has extensive regulatory authority over interstate telephone and
telegraph, international radiotelegraph, and international
cable services. It is required to regulate the common
carriers in these fields in matters of interstate and international tariffs, physical connections, through routes and
charges, constructions and abandonments, mergers, service, and depreciation. It also has jurisdiction over uniform accounting, valuation, and reporting of operations.
The Commission has licensing authority over most
classes of radio transmitters—standard broadcast, frequency modulation, television, experimental, police, fire,
ship, aircraft, and others. As a part of the licensing, it
allocates frequencies, establishes the power that may be
used, passes upon equipment, and designates time of
operation. The Commission also monitors for unlicensed,
faulty, and other illegal operations; inspects radio transmitters; and gives operator examinations, all to the end
of providing the maximum use of the radio spectrum.
Included among the functions of the Commission is that
of handling technical matters for the Interdepartmental
Radio Advisory Committee, which prepares recommendations to the President'for the assignment of frequencies to
stations operated by Government agencies. During the
war the Commission has extended its monitoring activities
for the purpose of obtaining intelligence information for
other agencies of the Government.
The war has retarded the commercial use of radio, but
it has not retarded its development. In fact, radar and
other war devices may have resulted in a radio development ^that would have taken years to attain in normal
times. Furthermore, the training of thousands of servicemen as radio operators and the use of radio for regular
military communications has stimulated interest in the
possibilities of radio. The recent hearing held by the
Federal Communications Commission on allocation of the
radio spectrum has shown that applications for station
licenses of all kinds may be expected to increase.
The 1946 estimate also provides for an expansion in the
Commission's activities with respect to the regulation of
telephone, telegraph, and cable companies. Original cost,
depreciation, and cost of service studies, as well as work




resulting from the Western Union-Postal merger and the
proposed international merger, are expected to become
increasingly important during 1946.
The increases in the normal regulatory work are more
than offset by decreases in monitoring work and in work
for the Board of War Communications. Monitoring for
unlicensed, faulty, and other illegal operations will be continued on a reduced scale. Some work will continue to be
performed for the Board of War Communications. The
net effect of the increase in regulatory activities, counterbalanced by the decrease in other activities, is a reduction
of approximately 5 percent in the 1946 estimate from the
1945 appropriation, exclusive of overtime.
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation was organized under authority of the Banking Act of 1933 to insure
the deposits of all banks that are entitled to the benefit of
insurance under the law. It is one of the Federal agencies
supervising banks, the others being the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the 12 regional Federal Reserve
banks. The insurance provided by the Corporation protects the accounts of depositors up to a maximum of $5,000
each. On June 30, 1944, the number of insured banks was
13,461 and the contingent liability of the Corporation with
respect to insured deposits aggregated $46 billion. There
are now only about 1,253 uninsured banks in the United
States and its possessions.
To protect the 60 million depositors in insured banks
the Corporation exercises general supervision over the entire insured banking system. In connection with its program of strengthening the banking system it examines
annually insured banks now numbering 6,691 not examined
by any other Federal agency and reviews the reports of
examination of 6,770 banks which are examined either by
the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency or the Board
of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. The Corporation in certain instances also conducts special examinations of the latter group of banks.
Two methods have been utilized by the Corporation to
protect depositors of insured banks: (1) By making a loan
on or through the purchase of substandard assets of a bank
in an unsound condition in order to facilitate its merger
with another insured bank; (2) by paying deposits of a
closed bank up to $5,000 for each depositor. During the
fiscal year 1944, only four insured banks closed or received
aid from the Corporation.
By Executive Order of April 27, 1942, the Corporation
was given responsibility for supervision of the activities of
all Federal credit unions which prior to that time had been
under the jurisdiction of the Farm Credit Administration.
It does not, however, insure share balances in credit unions.
On June 30, 1944, there were 3,847 Federal credit unions
in operation.
The Corporation was organized with capital of $289
million. All insured banks pay assessments at an annual
rate of one-twelfth of 1 percent of their deposit liabilities.
During the past 10 years the return from its capital
investment and assessments has been sufficient to cover all
insurance losses and expenses and provide for the accumulation of reserve which, on June 30, 1944, amounted to
$463 million. Although the administrative expense budget of the Corporation has been submitted for review and
approval by the Bureau of the Budget annually since
1935, the Corporation in this Budget is submitting for the
first time its administrative expense requirements for
congressional approval. These expenses are provided for

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through an authorization approving the use of a specified
proportion of the Corporation's assets for this purpose and
do not require the appropriation of funds from the United
States Treasury.
Due to the shortage of trained bank examiners the
Corporation has adopted various provisional measures,
such as lengthening the interval between bank examinations. The 1946 estimate provides for a slight expansion
above the 1945 authorization, exclusive of overtime.
FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION

The Federal Power Commission is primarily engaged in
the administration of the Federal Power Act of 1935 and
the Natural Gas Act of 1938. Its principal statutory
functions include the issuance of licenses for the orderly
development of the Nation's water-power resources;
regulation of the wholesale rates for electric energy and
natural gas in interstate commerce; supervision of the
accounts and rates of depreciation for interstate electric
utilities, interstate natural gas companies, and licensees;
regulation of the disposition and merger of public utility
properties; the interconnection and coordination of electric utility systems, and the conduct of power market
surveys; control of the exportation of electric energy
and importation or exportation of natural gas; the preparation of financial and operating information on electric utilities and natural gas companies; the issuance of
certificates of public convenience and necessity for the
transportation or sale of natural gas in interstate commerce; the determination of service areas of natural gas
companies, and the recommendation of facilities for the
development of hydroelectric power at flood control
projects under the provisions of the Flood Control Act of
1938.
The Commission is also charged, during the war emergency, with arranging for the cheapest source of power
supply for war plants and establishments; participating
with the War Department in the protection of power and
gas supply against hostile acts; and collaborating with
the War Production Board, in meeting and handling wartime power and certain natural gas problems.
The aggregate estimates for 1946 are substantially the
same as for 1945, excluding overtime pay. The increase
in the regular appropriation estimate reflects the necessity
for the resumption of certain of the Commission's statutory duties which are being suspended or curtailed in order
to divert personnel to the Commission's war duties. These
suspensions and curtailments were principally in connection with licensed projects, accounting matters, the extension of assistance to States and municipalities in handling
regulatory problems, and work on comprehensive river
basin studies in conjunction with other Federal agencies.
This increased volume of regulatory work is offset by a
lessening of the Commission's duties in connection with
war-power contracts and plant-protection surveys, as
well as a lessening of work in collaboration with the
War Production Board.
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION

The Federal Trade Commission is charged with the
responsibility of administering acts that were designed to
accomplish the following purposes: (1) To promote free
and fair competition in interstate trade in the interest of
the public through prevention of price-fixing agreements,
boycotts, combinations in restraint of trade, unlawful
price discriminations, and other unfair methods of competition and unfair and deceptive acts and practices; (2)




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to safeguard life and health of the consuming public by
preventing, the dissemination of false and fraudulent advertisements of food, drugs, cosmetics, and devices which
may be injurious to health; (3) to protect producers, manufacturers, distributors, and consumers from unrevealed
presence of substitutes and mixtures in manufactured wool
products; (4) to supervise the registration and operation of
associations of American exporters engaged solely in export trade, and (5) to gather and make available to the
President, the Congress, and the public, factual data concerning economic and business conditions as a basis for
remedial legislation where needed, and for the guidance
and protection of the public.
Reflecting in part the conversion of our economy from
a peace to a war basis, with the accompanying reduction
in the production of civilian goods and the vastly expanded
purchases by the Federal Government, the new complaints
filed by the Commission have decreased steadily during
the war. Additional funds have been provided for the
negotiation of trade practice conference agreements as a
method of preventing unfair practices, for the administration of the Wool Products Labeling Act, and for economic
investigations.
FOREIGN SERVICE PAY ADJUSTMENT

The purpose of this appropriation is to enable employees
of the Government serving in foreign countries to be reimbursed for losses sustained due to the appreciation of
foreign currencies in relation to the American dollar. It
is estimated that during 1946 there will be a greater number of officers and employees stationed in the five countries (Switzerland, Turkey, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Venezuela, and the Netherlands Possessions)
where exchange losses apply, requiring an appropriation of
$1,000,000, an increase of $210,000 over the amount appropriated for 1945.
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE

The General Accounting Office audits the Government's
receipts and expenditures, prescribes accounting systems,
maintains appropriation accounts, settles claims, and construes and interprets laws.
The estimates of the General Accounting Office for 1946
show an increase of approximately 5 percent over the
appropriations for 1945, which increase is limited by the
availability of qualified persons who can be efficiently employed upon the increased volume of work to be performed.
By far the greater portion of the appropriations of the
General Accounting Office is required for the performance
of its auditing functions, the volume of which is related
to the trend in Federal expenditures. A large portion of
the audit activity is being performed at Army and Navy
audit branches and war-contract audit stations located at
strategic points throughout the country.
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

The Interstate Commerce Commission regulates rail
carriers, motor carriers, water carriers, pipe lines, freight
forwarders, and stockyards that are engaged in transportation subject to the Interstate Commerce Act. Regulation is, in accordance with the national transportation
policy, performed in such a way as to recognize the inherent economic advantages of each class of carrier; to
promote safe, adequate, economical, and efficient service;
to encourage the establishment of reasonable charges; and
to encourage fair wages and equitable working conditions.

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

The war has changed the emphasis upon the various
activities of the Commission. While car-service work to
assist in maintaining a smoothly functioning railway
system has reached an all-time high, the increase in this
work has been more than offset by decreases in regulatory
activities that come about through applications, complaints, and tariff filings. Car-service work will remain
at a relatively high level until after the end of the war.
The total estimate for 1946 is approximately 5 percent
above the 1945 appropriation, exclusive of overtime.
Principal increases provide for the additional work that
will be made necessary by the anticipated rise in complaints and in tariff filings, for strengthening the Commission's cost analysis work, and for more intensive safety
work among the motor carriers subject to the Commission's jurisdiction. Partially offsetting these increases
are decreases in the appropriations for car-service work
and for printing and binding.
NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS

The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics was
established in 1915 to supervise and direct the scientific
study of the problems of flight and to direct and conduct
research and experiment in aeronautics. The membership of the Committee includes official representatives
of the agencies of the Government directly concerned with
military and civil aviation and private citizens especially
qualified in the aeronautical sciences. The actual research
work is carried on under the Director of Aeronautical
Research at the three laboratories of the Committee: The
Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory at Langley
Field, Va., the Ames Aeronautical Laboratory at Moffett
Field, Calif., and the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory at Cleveland, Ohio.
Although the Committee is normally concerned primarily with fundamental scientific research in aeronautics,
it has devoted its efforts since the beginning of the war
almost exclusively to urgent projects of applied research
in military aviation assigned to it by the War aod Navy
Departments. A program for expanding facilities and
personnel at the Committee's three laboratories to meet
the wartime needs of the Army and Navy will be substantially complete by the end of fiscal year 1945. The
increase in the appropriation recommended for 1946 is
necessary to provide for the operation of the new facilities
on a full-year basis.

NATIONAL CAPITAL HOUSING AUTHORITY

The National Capital Housing Authority is the public
housing agency for the National Capital and under title I
of the District of Columbia Alley Dwelling Act, operates
112 dwelling units and three groups of garages built in
reclaimed slum areas in the District. All receipts derived
from sales, leases, or other sources in connection with the
operation of these properties are covered into the Treasury monthly.
The amount in the 1946 Budget is identical with that
for 1945, excluding overtime pay, and is required for the
maintenance of the properties.
Other activities of the National Capital Housing Authority, which are financed from other appropriations,
include the operation and management of war and other
housing projects.
NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK AND PLANNING COMMISSION

The functions of the National Capital Park and Planning Commission are of both an advisory and an operating
character. Its advisory activities are covered in the
District of Columbia chapter of the Budget, and appropriations therefor are charged against District revenues.
Its operating functions include the acquisition of land
for the development of the National Capital's park, parkway, and playground system; for the development of the
George Washington Memorial Parkway on both sides of
the Potomac River, and for the extension of the District
park system into nearby Maryland and Virginia. As a
consequence of these duties, the Commission maintains
a comprehensive plan for the National Capital and its
environs, and consults with officials of the District of
Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. x4.ppropriations for
these purposes are charged against the United States
Treasury but are subsequently repaid either in whole or in
part by the jurisdiction benefited, 100 percent by the
District of Columbia, 50 percent or 66% percent by
Maryland, depending on the character of the project,
and 50 percent by Virginia. The 1946 estimate of appropriation shows a decrease of approximately 47 percent,
due to a reduction in the amount of land to be acquired
in the District of Columbia.
NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD

The National Labor Relations Board administers the
provisions of the National Labor Relations Act of July 5,
1935. The act was designed to eliminate labor disputes
NATIONAL ARCHIVES
affecting commerce, and affirms the right of employees to
The National Archives is charged with the preserva- full freedom of self-organization without coercion or intertion and servicing of inactive Federal records of perma- ference from employers. It makes unlawful certain labor
nent yalue and historical interest for the use of officials practices of employers which interfere with such activities.
and scholars. In addition, it authorizes agencies to dis- The Board adjudicates cases where commission of unfair
pose of useless records when Congress has previously labor practices is charged. The decisions of the Board are
approved the disposal of records of similar form and enforced, modified, or set aside, by United States circuit
character, recommends to Congress the approval of courts of appeals upon proper petition by the Board or an
schedules listing records for future disposal at the source, aggrieved employer.
and after appraising records declared worthless by heads
The Board is also responsible under the act for investiof agencies, makes recommendations to Congress for their gating questions concerning representation of employees
disposal. This agency likewise publishes the Federal for purposes of collective bargaining, and for certifying
Register, containing interdepartmental orders of general such representatives in appropriate units. The investigaeffect and applicability, and administers the Franklin D. tions frequently involve secret polls at which employees
Roosevelt Library at Hyde Park, N. Y., which is the express their choice under the same safeguards as surround
designated repository for the President's official papers. our political elections. In this class of case the Board
The financial requirements of the National Archives for acts upon the filing of an appropriate petition.
1946 show an increase of approximately 10 percent over
With the passage of the War Labor Disputes Act in
the appropriations for 1945 because of the need for retir- June 1943, the Board was made responsible for the coning a vastly increased volume of records.
duct of strike polls among employees of war contractors,




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which must take place on the thirtieth day after filing of
notice of a dispute. The workload under this law is
unpredictable, since all preparations for balloting are set
in motion by the filing of notice, but these preparations
are abandoned upon the withdrawal of notice, which may
occur at any time up to the actual beginning of the poll.
The number of formal actions in both representation
cases and unfair labor practice cases continued to increase
in 1944. The upward trend also continued in the percentage of representation cases handled, which in 1944
constituted over 60 percent of the cases received by the
Board. An over-all increase of $60,000 for the Board
is recommended, of which the major portion is for increased activities under the War Labor Disputes Act.
NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD

The National Mediation Board, the National Railroad
Adjustment Board, and the National Railway Labor Panel
have been created to maintain and promote peaceful labor
relations on the railroads, water-borne transport facilities
operated by the railroads, and air lines. The National
Mediation Board mediates disputes between employers
and employees, resolves questions of employee representation and interprets agreements arrived at by mediation
under the Railway Labor Act of 1926, as amended. The
principal increase in the 1946 estimate provides for
continued employment of four additional mediators
authorized under a supplemental appropriation for the
second half of fiscal year 1945. The Board has been
receiving cases for the past 6 months at a rate unprecedented in the Board's history, and the increase is necessary
to continue giving more prompt attention to cases
threatening interruption of commerce due to lack of
available mediator staff.
If mediation fails to settle a dispute and the parties
refuse to submit the issues in dispute to arbitration, under
section 10 of the act the President, on request of the Board,
may appoint boards to investigate and to make findings
of fact and recommendations for the disposition of the
dispute. The agencies provided for under the Railway
Labor Act are known as emergency boards and are
appointed by the President. Under the provisions of
Executive Order 9172, emergency panel boards performing
the same functions under the "no-strike agreement7' are
appointed by the Chairman of the National Railway
Labor Panel.
The Stabilization Act of 1944 provides that all disputes
involving rates of pay must be handled by the agencies
provided under the Railway Labor Act; and that in
effecting or recommending settlements, such agencies must
make specific findings and certifications that the proposed
changes are consistent w^ith national stabilization policy,
and that such findings and certifications shall be conclusive. Since both types of emergency boards perform
the same function under the act, the items have been
consolidated in one appropriation.
The National Railroad Adjustment Board is composed
of 36 members equally divided between management and
employees, whose salaries are paid by carriers or organizations, respectively. This Board decides all grievances and
disputes growing out of interpretation or application of
existing agreements. Secretaries of the members, administrative personnel, and other incidental expenses are
paid from regular appropriations. The personnel of this
Board is divided into four divisions, each with jurisdiction
over specified crafts of railway employees. No changes of
any consequence are contemplated in this appropriation.




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RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD

Retirement of workers from the railroad industry,
retarded by the war, is expected to increase and to continue at an upward trend.
Nearly 166,000 aged and disabled workers, survivors
of deceased workers, and former pensioners of the railroads, are currently drawing monthly benefits in excess
of $11,000,000 per month. Lump-sum death benefit
payments are presently in excess of $600,000 per month.
The estimates for salaries, exclusive of overtime, and
printing and binding have been increased for 1946 to
provide for the growth in retirements and benefits-in-force
during that year.
The railroad retirement appropriated account is made
up of the estimated taxes to be collected from carriers
and their employees to provide for retirement and other
benefits to railroad workers (less administrative expenses),
and Federal contributions for military service which
represent, as provided by law, the total tax which would
have been received had the worker, entering military
service, continued in railroad employment and earned at
the rate of $160 per month. The reduced estimate of
taxes for 1946 reflects the change in aggregate railroad
employment expected. This reduction is partially offset
by increased^ tax rates effective January 1, 1946, and by
an increase in the military service credit for 1945, which
is appropriated for in 1946.
The railroad unemployment insurance fund annually
receives by law 10 percent of the taxes collected for railroad
unemployment insurance. The remaining 90 percent of
the taxes, together with the unexpended balance of the
fund in excess of $6,000,000 at the close of the previous
fiscal year, goes into the railroad unemployment insurance
trust fund and is used to pay unemployment insurance
benefits. It is anticipated that in 1946 there will be an
increase in the unemployment benefits paid over the level
of 1945, but the total will still fall far below pre-war
experience. The railroad unemployment insurance trust
fund is in a very strong position to meet any demands made
upon it.
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION

The functions of the Securities and Exchange Commission include the supervision of registration of security
issues and suppression of fraudulent practices in the sale
of securities; regulation of transactions in outstanding
securities, both on the stock exchanges and in the overthe-counter markets; regulation of public-utility holding
companies; registration and regulation of investment companies and investment advisers; and the preparation of
advisory reports on plans and participation as a party in
corporate reorganization.
The fiscal year 1944 witnessed a further increase in the
volume of corporate financing registered with the Commission, reflecting in part favorable market conditions
w^hich have encouraged refunding operations. Although
many corporations have strengthened their working capital position, there will be a great number that will need
additional capital during the reconversion period, as a
result of which it is expected that the upward trend in
corporation financing will continue. Securities markets
generally have been relatively active during the past year,
necessitating an increase in the Commission's investigatory work and pointing to the need for strengthening the
staff engaged in broker-dealer inspections. Progress continued with the integration and corporate simplification

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of public utilities systems under the Public Utility Holding
Company Act of 1935. However, inability to recruit
technical personnel, both on the part of the Commission
and the companies, has retarded this work during the war.
It is expected that the Commission's activities in this
field will continue at approximately the 1944 level during
1945 and 1946.
The estimate for 1946 is approximately 4 percent above
the 1945 appropriation (exclusive of overtime). The additional amount will enable the Commission (1) to increase its surveillance of security markets; (2) expand its
activities with respect to the inspection of the books and
records of brokers and dealers, and (3) investigate reports
of alleged political activities of public utility holding companies in contravention of section 12 (h) of the Public
Utility Holding Company Act of 1935.
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

The Smithsonian Institution, founded in 1846 "for the
increase and diffusion of knowledge among men/ 7 carries
on fundamental research in the natural sciences, issues
publications, and operates the United States National
Museum and the Freer Art Gallery. The shift in this
agency's activities to fit it into the national war program
has resulted in such large backlogs of essential scientific
work that further accumulations will seriously threaten
the value and usefulness of its great national collections.
Moreover, for the remainder of the war period, the Institution must continue to function as a clearing house for
hundreds of technical questions referred to it by the Army
and Navy. The 1946 estimates of appropriations show
an increase of approximately 14 percent to. provide for the
agency's most pressing needs.
The National Gallery of Art is a quasi-independent
branch of the Smithsonian Institution. Here are displayed free to the public such famous collections as those
formerly belonging to Mr. Andrew W. Mellon, Mr. Samuel
H. Kress, Mr. Joseph E. Widener, and others. The
numbers attending the National Gallery of Art continue
to be greater than the previous attendance figures of any
other art gallery in the world. The estimates for the
Gallery show an increase of approximately 8 percent over
1945 appropriations.
TARIFF COMMISSION

The Tariff Commission is primarily an independent
fact-finding, fact-reporting agency, which determines no
trade policies and has no regulatory functions. Since its
establishment in 1916, it has become a reservoir of trade,
production, commodity, and import information. During the war, and the resulting curtailment of United
States commercial exports and imports, the facilities of
the Commission have been made available to the war
agencies. While the demand for the services to other
agencies may decrease, Congress and the President will be
confronted with basic policy determinations in regard to
a revived export and import trade. The studies and
reports of the Commission, being made largely at the
request of committees of Congress, will be designed to present factual information as a basis for these policy decisions.
Services relating to the Commission's regular activities
will be rendered to other agencies of the Government
during 1945 on a reimbursable basis. These services
will be drastically curtailed during 1946 and will be offset,
in part, by a recommended increase of 10 percent in
appropriations to the Commission.




THE TAX COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

The function of The Tax Court of the United States
is to decide, in cases where deficiencies have been determined by the Commissioner of Internal Keyenue, whether
there is a, deficiency or an overpayment in income, profits,
estate, gift, and unjust enrichment taxes, and personal
holding company surtaxes; to adjudicate controversies
relating to excess profits on Navy contracts and Army
aircraft contracts; and to review the action of the Commissioner in deficiency and refund cases founded on claims
of abnormalities under excess-profits statutes. The
court also has jurisdiction in cases involving refunds of
processing taxes.
The estimates of The Tax Court of the United States
show a slight decrease in 1946, as compared with 1945,
but contemplate that its activities will continue at about
the 1945 level.
UNITED STATES MARITIME COMMISSION

The 1946 Budget includes no estimate of appropriation .
for the United States Maritime Commission, whose principal war job is the construction of ships. Contract
authority and cash already provided is sufficient to finance
construction throughout fiscal year 1946. The shipbuilding program will be carried forward on a full-capacity
basis through the first half of the fiscal year 1946, with
construction for the latter half of the fiscal year contingent upon military requirements.
To the end of fiscal year 1944, the Maritime Commission
had delivered more than 38,400,000 dead-weight tons of
shipping under all war-construction programs. In addition, approximately 21,800,000 dead-weight tons are
scheduled for completion in fiscal years 1945 and 1946.
Of the total of more than 60,200,000 dead-weight tons of
merchant vessels to be constructed, approximately
51,000,000 dead-weight tons are financed under the longrange program of the Maritime Commission. Through
application of the principles of prefabrication and mass
production to shipbuilding, new records have been established for speed and volume of output. For example,
Liberty ships, which constitute the preponderance of the
war-built fleet, have averaged 50 days in construction as
compared with a pre-war average for cargo ships of 20
months.
The Merchant Marine Act of 1936 declared a merchant
marine to be "necessary for the national defense and
development of * * * foreign and domestic commerce." The act represented a compromise after 150
years of controversy, departing from previous legislation
by accepting the principle of open subsidization of both
construction and operation, regulated to prevent abuses.
To administer the act, Congress created the United States
Maritime Commission and entrusted it with broad discretionary authority to define and establish "essential"
trade routes; to administer construction- and operatingdifferential subsidies; to purchase, construct, and operate
vessels either directly or by contract if necessary; to train
officers and seamen, and to establish working conditions,
wages, and manning scales for inclusion in subsidy contracts; to provide ship-mortgage insurance; to regulate
trade practices and prevent discrimination among shippers; and to promote both foreign trade and the employment of American vessels.
The Maritime Commission's principal wartime responsibility has been the building of ships. Its pre-war functions

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of purchase, charter, operations, and seaman-training
were transferred to War Shipping Administration. The
Maritime Commission plans, after the war, to resume
these functions and to seek the reestablishment of private
ship operation.
VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION

The Veterans' Administration furnishes to the veterans
of all wars and of the peacetime military establishment
services consisting mainly of medical and hospital care,
the payment of pensions and compensation, the administration of Government life insurance, and a number of
broad new programs for veterans of the present war,
namely: Vocational rehabilitation for disabled veterans;
protection from loss of commercial insurance policies in
accordance with the Soldiers7 and Sailors7 Civil Relief
Act; the guaranty of loans to eligible veterans for the
purchase of homes, farms, or business properties; the
provision of subsistence allowances, tuition, books, fees,
and educational supplies to eligible veterans who wish to
resume education interrupted by their entry into the
armed services, and the payment of weekly readjustment
allowances to veterans while seeking employment for a
period after their discharge.
Including all items of expenditure, 1946 requirements of
the Veterans' Administration will be about three times
those for 1944. There had been discharged from the
armed services by June 30, 1944, approximately 1,200,000
veterans of World War II. When hostilities cease and
mass demobilization begins, the costs under the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944 can be expected to
mount rapidly.
In the field, hospital activities will be expanded to meet
the increased number of veterans from the present war.
It is anticipated that the average number of beds available
in Veterans' facilities will be increased by approximately
9,000, bringing the total to 104,000 beds. Utilization of
these facilities is expected to average 86 percent. Construction of additional facilities providing another 14,100
beds also will be undertaken in 1946 in anticipation of an
accelerated rate of discharge from the armed forces.
It is anticipated that there will be a substantial increase
in pension, compensation, and insurance claims, as well

as a marked increase in the number of applications for
vocational rehabilitation. In the fiscal year 1945, the
total number of veterans and dependents receiving compensation and pensions is estimated to be in excess of
1,400,000. By June 30, 1946, this figure is expected to
grow to 1,900,000.
As of June 30, 1944, 15,200,000 national service life
insurance policies had been issued, covering 12,685,067
persons with $114,623,000,000 insurance.
It is expected that approximately 600,000 loans for
veterans will be guaranteed, 372,000 veterans will receive
readjustment allowances, and 336,000 veterans will receive
benefits under the education program.
The additional amount required for Army and Navy
pensions results from the sharp increase expected in the
number of approved compensation and pension claims
arising from the present war. The enactment of Public
Laws 242, 312, and 313, Seventy-eighth Congress, in the
latter part of fiscal year 1944, also increases the financial
costs for pensions resulting from wars prior to World
War II. These new laws increase the pensions of SpanishAmerican War veterans, either for total disability or
attainment of age 65, from $60 to $75 per month; increase
pensions of widows of veterans of that war from $30 to
$40; increase service-connected compensation of veterans
of World Wars I and II by 15 percent; increase pensions
of dependents of veterans who had service-connected disability (but whose death was not service-connected) by
approximately 50 percent, and increase pensions for total
disability (nonservice-connected) for World War I veterans from $40 to $50.
The amount recommended for the national service life
insurance appropriated fund is to reimburse the national
service life insurance trust fund for losses resulting from
hazards of military and naval service in World War II.
The proposed new appropriation, "Readjustment benefits," is for the purpose of providing to veterans the direct
benefits made available by the Servicemen's Readjustment
Act of 1944. Included are amounts to cover educational
costs of veterans, readjustment allowances, and the first
year's interest on the guaranteed portion of loans to veterans under the Servicemen's Readjustment Act.

ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
COMPENSATION OF THE PRESIDENT
Salary of the President—

For compensation of the President of the United States, $75,000

{3 U. S. C. 42; Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law 358).

Annual appropriation, general account:
Estimate 1946, $75,000
Appropriated 1945, $75,000

the departments and independent establishments of the executive
branch of the Government may be detailed from time to time to
The White House Office for temporary assistance (3 U. S. C. 45;
31 U. S. C. 588; 3 U. S. C. 43; Act of June 27,1944, Public Law 858;
Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).

Annual appropriation, general account:
Estimate 1946, f 313,038
Appropriated 1945, $339,131
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

THE WHITE HOUSE OFFICE
Salaries and Expenses, The White House Office—

Salaries and expenses: For all expenses necessary for The
White House Office, including compensation of the Secretary to the
President, the two additional secretaries to the President and the
six administrative assistants to the President at $10,000 each, and
other personal services in the District of Columbia; not to exceed
$4,500 for deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost
of penalty mail as required by section 2 of the Act of June 28, 1944
(Public Law 364); automobiles; printing and binding; and travel
and official entertainment expenses of the President, to be accounted
for on his certificate solely; $313,038: Provided, That employees of




PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 16. In excess of $9,000:
Secretary to the President
1.9 $18,194,
3 $30,000
2.5 $25,000
Administrative assistant to the President
6
60,000
6
60,000
5.5 55,000
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Executrv e clerk
1
7,827
1
1
8,000
8,000
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Special executive assistant
0.4 2,150
1
7,000
1
7,000
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Executive clerk _._
_
1
5,600
1.1 5,625
1
5,600
Administrative officer
1.8 10,111
2
11,200
1
5,600
Personal secretary
1
5,600
1
5,600
5,600
1

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Obligations

THE WHITE HOUSE OFFICE—Continued
Salaries and Expenses, The White House Office—Continued.

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
OTHER OBLIGATIONS—continued

Obligations
By objects

Reimbursements for services performed..
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service—Continued.
Gtade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Social secretary
Administrative officer
. . ._
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Administrative officer
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Administrative officer
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Administrative assistant
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,800
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160.
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Unclassified:
Superintendent

Manyears

Total
salary

Manyears

Total
salary

1
3

$5,400
13,800

1
3.2

$5,400
14,695

Man- Total
years salary
1
3.3

$5.250
14,822

2

7,600

2

7,600

1.7

6,967

5

17,900

5

17,500

4.7

6,700
5,900
15,900
4,700
6,300
1,860

2
1.9
3.4
2.3
3
1

6,500
5,639
8,975
5,200
6.200
1,800

2
1.3
2.9
2.1
1.9
3

6,500
3. 706
7,539
4.932
3,923
5,400

4
1
2

7.140
1, 740
2,760

4
1
2

7,140
1,680
2,700

3.7
1
1.3

6,399
1,680
1,878

1
1
2
1
2

2,700
2,600
5,200
1,920
2, 640

1
1.5
1
2

2,600
3,892
1,920
2,640

1
1
1.2
2

2, 6U0
2,400
2.180
2,640

Total permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental-

56

240,160

51.1 218, 392
27, 612

47.5 200, 340
25, 449

01

56

240,160

51.1 246,004

47.5 225, 789

30,000
4,500
16, 500
2,600
6,000
78
9,000
4,200

30,000
4,163
11,837
2,600
6,700
78
9.000
3, 500

30,000

$150,000

148,605
2,895

150,000

150,000

151,500

Total, The White House Office, annual appropriations, general account:
Estimate 1946, $538,038
Appropriated 1945, $564,131

16, 528

2
2
6
2
3
1

$150,000

Total estimate or appropriation

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—C0I1.

Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _

Assistant superintendent
Chauffeur
Assistant chauffeur
Washer

_.
_ _.

.

Personal services (net)
OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02 Travel
04 Pavment for penalty mail
Other communication services
05 Rents and utility services
06 Printing and binding
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment...
__

___
- _-

15, 681
2,855
5,864
10
7, 538
1,503

72,878

67,878

313,038

313,882
25, 249

289, 240
12,950

Total estimate or appropriation

313,038

339,131

official use, not to exceed $600 jor deposit in the general fund of the
Treasury for cost of penalty mail as required by section 2 of the act of

June 28, 1944 (Public Law 364), and not to exceed $35,000 for temporary employment of persons or organizations by contract or
otherwise without regard to section 3709 of the Revised Statutes,
or the Classification Act of 1923, as amended, [$2,000,000]
$2,444,800.
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—Bureau of the Budget: Not to exceed $463 of the appropriation "Salaries and expenses, Bureau of
the Budget, 1945"] (Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law 358; Act of
Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Appropriated 1945, $2,000,000
Estimate 1946, $2,444,800

63, 451

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated b a l a n c e -

BUREAU OF THE BUDGET
Salaries and Expenses, Bureau of the Budget—
Salaries and expenses: For all expenses necessary for the work
of the Bureau of the Budget, including personal services in the
District of Columbia and elsewhere, contract stenographic reporting
services[, traveling expenses, including expenses of attendance at
meetings when necessary in furthering the work of the Bureau of
the Budget], lawbooks, books of reference, newspapers and periodicals, teletype news service (not exceeding $900), maintenance, repair, and operation of three passenger-carrying automobiles for

302,190

Total other obligations

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

EXECUTIVE MANSION AND GROUNDS
For the care, maintenance, repair and alteration, refurnishing,
improvement, heating and lighting, including electric power and
fixtures of the Executive Mansion and the Executive Mansion
grounds, and traveling expenses, to be expended as the President
may determine, notwithstanding the provisions of any other Act,
$150,000 (3 U. S. C. 48-49; Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law 358).
Annual appropriation, general account:
Estimate 1946, $150,000
Appropriated 1945, $150,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Unclassified service:
Housekeeper
Other

Man- Total
years salary

1
58

$3,300
87,480

1
54

$3,300
81,100

1
$3,300
54.7 79.436

59

90,780
1,800
7,248

55

84,400

55.7

82,736

5

3

4,368
19,060

3

4, 368
18, 730

64

99,828

58

107,828

58.7 105,834

4
140
12,706
17
11,561
21, 581
4,163

4
140
12,706
17
8, 561
16,581
4,163

4
140
12, 706
17
8,561
17, 570
4,163

Total other obligations-

50,172

42,172

43.161

Grand total obligations

150.000

150,000

148,995

Total permanent, field
Administrative promotions, feld
Temporary employment field
Overtime pay, field
01

Personal services (net)

03
04
05
06
07
08
09

Transportation of things
Communication services
Rents and utility services
Printing and binding
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment.

r

OTHER OBLIGATIONS




_

-.

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 16. In excess of $9,000:
1
$10,000
1
$10,000
1
$10,000
Director
_.
Assistant director
1
10,000
1
10,000
1
10,000
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
1
8,250
1
8,188
Administrative assistant to director..
1
8,000
Assistant director in charge of divi4
33,126
33, 750
33, 750
sion
4.2 33,644
6.8 54,400
40,000
Assistant chief of division
1
1
8,000
8,000
7,982
Chief of field service
0.3
2,666
Chief administrative analyst
17,000
Administrative consultant
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
1
1
6,265
6,500
6,500
Assistant to director
1
6,500
5,507
0.8
Assistant chief of field service._
_.
52, 625
9.2 60, 550
7.4 48,650
8
Chief administrative analyst
13.5 89,000
9
59,371
10.9 72, 549
Chief budget examiner
27,250
27,188
4
4.2 28,142
4
Chief fiscal analyst
6,750
6,750
1
1
6,750
1
Chief legislative analyst
Grade 13. Range $5,000 to $6,400:
0.6
3,344
1
5,600
1
5,600
Personnel officer
30
171,200
21. 2 122,051
13.5 77,539
Principal administrative analyst
42.4 242,600
33. 7 193,885
33. 2 190,248
Principal budget examiner
7.2 41,159
7
39,600
7.7 44,200
Principal fiscal analyst...
_.
2.8 15,867
3
16,800
1.7
9,488
Principal legislative analyst
__.
1
5,600
Administrative officer
__.
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
0.4
1,853
Personnel officer
23 106,600
13
61,196
12.3 56, 511
Senior administrative analyst.23.8 110,300
16
74,393
19.1 88,419
Senior budget examiner
0.3
3
13,800
1,291
2.7 12,355
Senior fiscal analyst
2.3 11,416
1
5,400
5,400
1
Senior legislative analyst.
3,706
1
4,600
0.8
Chief administrative services
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
3.1 11,641
6.5 24,700
3.6 13, 564
Administrative analyst
12.8 49,036
15.4 58,700
11
45,695
Budget examiner..
3,800
1
0.2
739
Chief administrative services
2
2
3.8 14,577
7,800
7,750
Fiscal analyst
0.7
1
2,586
3,800
Editor
-.
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
2.1
7,340
2
7,000
Associate administrative analyst
8,130
2.3
3,500
3
10, 500
Associate budget examiner
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
0.4
1,333
1
1
3,200
3,200
Administrative assistant
1.4
4,696
6,475
2
4.7 15,140
Associate administrative analyst
5.2 16,921
7.8 25. 000
5.9 18, 844
Associate budget examiner
1.1
6,400
3,497
2
6.400
2
Associate fiscal analyst
3,200
0.2
578
1
3,200
1
Associate legislative analyst

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49

Obligations

Obligations

By objects

By projects or functions
Estimate, 1946

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COIL

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal serv- Man- Total Man- Total
ice—Continued.
years salary years salary
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800—Con.
Editor..
0.3 $1,054
Personnel assistant
1
3,200
1.8 $5,760
Research assistant
1
3,200
1
3,200
Assistant chief, administrative services
0. 7 2, 200
1
3,200
5
14,519
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
6
17,500
18.4 47, 900 11
28,757
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
15.2 36,245
15.9 37,770
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
50 102,017
58.8 119,660
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
77. 7 141, 380 55.3 100,734
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
23.4 38,320
13. 5 22, 262
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
8
12,240
7.4 11,252
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Assistant director in charge of division
1
9,000
9,000
1
Assistant chief of division
1
8,000
1
8,000
General counsel
1
9,000
1
9,000
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Chief attorney
1
6,500
1
6,500
Chief economist
5.7 37,337
4.7 30,837
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Principal economist
10.8 60,737
9.8 55,137
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior economist
11.3 51,897
10.3 47,297
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Economist
4.6 17,659
3.1 11,823
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
16, 000
Associate economist
4.5 14,338
3,400
Librarian
1
3,375
3,200
Statistician
1
3,200
5,300
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
1.8 4,687
4,000
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
2
4,000
Subprofessional service:
2.6 4, 750
5,400
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
3.5 5,470
6,480
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 3. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Grade 2. Range $1,320 to $1,680
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
2
3,060
1.7 2, 581
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
15.9 21,511
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
17
22,900
1
1,203
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to. $1,500
1
1,200

Total permanent, departmental
Temporary employment, departmental..
W. A. E. employment, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental

516.2
1,928,090
4. 3 33, 000

Manyears
1
0.9
0.4

Total
salary
$3,200
3,008
1,333

3.6
8.8
15.8
44
51.2
15.3
6. 3

10, 589
23,327
38,193
87,128
93,234
25,443
9,632

1
1
1

9,000
8,000
9,000

1

6,500

6. 9 39,068

Total permanent, field
Overtime pay, field

1.7
1.5

3,150
,431
40
752

1
1,515
15. 6 20, 727
1.9 2, 231

359.6
'8.2
1, 332, 621
1, 506,112
0.2
232
1. 3 11, 000 0. 3 3, 748
211, 500
189,983

All personal services, field.
01

Personal services (net)

7.6 49,650

4

26,250

2. 5 16, 521

10.8 60,880

6

33,984

2.5 14,283

7.2 33,120

3.2 14,899

1

10.8 41,040

1. 6 6,017

0.1

401

0.1
181
4.9 10,072
2.9 5,274

0.1
1.9
0. 9

217
3, 877
1, 729

4,517

4.8 15,360

56

228,710

22. 7 96, 677
12, 650

56

228,710

22.7 109,327

576.5
422.2
2,189, 800
1, 837,939

9

41, 545
5,023
46,568

05
07
08
09

Other communication services
Rents and utility services
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment
Total other obligations

Grand total obligations
Reimbursements for services performed—
Net total obligations
___
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate or appropriation

G02000—45




Grand total obligations
Adjustments (see objects schedule for detail)
Total estimate or appropriation

58,000
2,000
463
23, 537
10,000
10,000
20,000
8,000
132,000

26, 506
3,789
10, 727
17, 741
12, 322
113, 279

-3,916
1,966,023
33,977
2,000,000

1,686,431
-1,291
1,685,140
156, 360
1,841, 500

2, 444,8
2,444,800
2,444,800

2,444,8

39, 325
2,869

$203,813
328, 329
561, 744
200, 791
60,522
232,075
158, 515
224,150

$189,926
285,978
516,010
182,032
59,295
176, 592
81, 592
195,006
1, 686,431

+30,061
2,444,800

1,969,939

+155,069

2,000,000

1,841, 500

« Includes $25,000 appropriated in the First Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1945.
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
06 Printing and binding..
08 Supplies and materials
forms) ...
.__

.
(printed

Total obligations_ .
.__
Estimated savings, unobligated balance

Total estimate or appropriation

$75,500

$75,500

1,500

1,500

1,183

77,000

77,000

51, 552
448

77,000

77,000

52,000

$50, 369

National Defense Activities, Bureau of the Budget—
National defense activities: For all necessary expenses of the
Bureau of the Budget in the performance of activities relating to
the national defense, including all the objects for which the appropriation "Salaries and expenses, Bureau of the Budget" is available,
and including the temporary emDloyment (not exceeding [$30,000]
$12,500) of persons or organizations by contract or otherwise,
without regard to section 3709 of the Revised Statutes and the Classification Act of 1923, as amended; and the employment of persons,
including State, county, or municipal officers and employees, with or
without compensation; [and the payment of actual transportation
and other necessary expenses and not to exceed $10 per diem in
lieu of subsistence of persons serving, while away from their homes
without other compensation from the United States, in an advisory
capacity to the Bureau, $879,8001 $445,300: Provided, That upon
the expiration of sixty days after the cessation of hostilities between
the United States and the principal enemy powers or after the date
of an armistice between the United States and the principal enemy
powers, this appropriation shall cease to be available for obligations
unless Congress shall otherwise provide by law (Act of June 27,
1944, Public Law 358).
Estimate 1946, $445,300

Appropriated 1945, $879,800
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

123,000
5,000
600
31,400
20,000
14,000
24,000
37,000
255,000

$235,870
598,600
686,500
239,800
62,150
266,530
355, 350

Printing and Binding, Bureau of the Budget—
For printing and binding, [$52,000] $77,000 (Act of June 27,
1944, Public Law 358; Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $77,000
Appropriated 1945, a $77,000

•9.1
1, 573,152

OTHER OBLIGATIONS
02 Travel
03 Transportation of things
04 Payment for penalty mail

Administrative office
Administrative management division..
Estimates division
Fiscal division
Legislative reference division
Statistical standards division—.
__
Field service
Overtime pay

6.7 30,843
5.4 20, 714
2.7 8,575
1
3,300
44
2.9 7,611
1.7 3,527

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

8.6 17,500
6.2 11,160

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

2.2 13,993

360.1
All personal services, departmental. 520.5
399.5
1, 526, 584
1, 961,090
1, 728, 612
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Chief field representative
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Field representative
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Field representative
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Field representative
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Field representative
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160

Estimate,1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary
years salary
years salary
Grade 16. In excess of $9,000:
1 $10,000
Consultant
0.2 $1,694
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
1
$8,750
Chief of war projects unit
_.__.
1
8,688
1
0.8 6,444
8,000
Assistant chief of division
1
8,500
C onsultant
1.4 11,588
17,000
Administrative consultant
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
0.6 4,166
1
6,500
0.3 1,643
Chief administrative analyst3.1 19,951
3.1 20,132
2
13,000
Chief budget examiner
1
6,500
Information adviser
1
6,500
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
8.1 46,149
5.2 30,506
2.3 12,900
Principal administrative analyst
25. 5 145, 388
25.8 144,656
Principal budget examiner
17.5 100,400
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
6.5 30,448
5.1 23,957
1
4,600
Senior administrative analyst
22.6 106,535
23.2 108,519
Senior budget examiner
— 15.4 73,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
BUREAU OF THE BUDGET—Continued

National Defense Activities, Bureau of the Budget—Continued.

[No part of the appropriations herein made to the Bureau of
the Budget shall be used for the maintenance or establishment of
more than four regional, field, or any other offices outside the District of Columbia] (Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law 858),

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Emergency Fund for the President, National Defense (Allotment to
Executive Office of the President, Bureau of the Budget)—

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal serv- Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
ice—C ontinued.
years salary years salary years salary
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Administrative analyst
_
_
2.9 $10,975
3.3 $12,709
Budget examiner
6.4 24,143
6 $22,800
6.2 23,675
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Associate administrative analyst
1.5 5,124
1.3 4,618
Associate budget examiner
2
7,000
2.1 7, 301
Report analyst
._
0.9 3,169
1
3,500
3
10,504
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate administrative analyst
1.3 4, 214
1.5 4,800
1.5 4,800
Associate budget examiner
2. 5 8,072
4
13,144
3
9,900
0. 7 2,356
Associate statistical analyst
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to
Professional service:
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to
Chief economist

$3,500
$3,200
$2,900
$2,600
$2,160
$1,980
$1,800...

1
2,900
1
2,600
2
4,600
7
14,200
20.7 37,380
6.5 10,650
4
6,000

2
5.9
2.4
8.3
36.3
12.5
5.6

5,847
15,461
5, 503
16,880
65,624
20,359
8,304

1. 7
6.6
4. 2
6.8
27.6
22.9
4. 7

4,843
16,994
9, 759
13,671
49,836
37,330
6,831

1

6,410

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, andfiscalservice: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Principal administrative analyst
0.6 $3,142
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior administrative analyst
0.6 2,888
0.5
870
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Total permanent, departmental
1.7 6,900
2
2,964
Temporary employment, departmental ..
1
9,000
W. A. E. employment, departmental .
1,564
Overtime pay, departmental.
01 Personal services (net)
_
4.7 20,428

$7,500:

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

1

6,319

Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior economist. _
_
2.4 10,991
3
13,800
3
13,800
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Economist
_ _
1.3 4,883
Statistical analyst.
1
3,800
1
3,782
1
3,800
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620..
1
1,297
1
1,320
0.5
694
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
2
2,400
1.5 1,819
Total permanent, departmental
102.9 374,300 170.3 625,744 168 599,561
2.1 14,000
W. A. E. employment, departmental
8.4 53,627
1. 5 9,000
1.9
0
1
0
•W. O. C. employment, departmental
92,435
90,600
Overtime pay, departmental
173. 4 730, 344 178. 3 745,623
104.4 383, 300
01 Personal services (net)
OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02
04
07
08

Travel
Communication services.
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials.
_
Total other obligations
Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate or appropriation

53, 500
4,500
1,500
2,500
62,000
445,300
445,300

80,000
6,000
2,000
3,000
91,000
821,344
58,456
879,800

71,277
1,250
3,210
238
75,975
821,598
102,402
924,000

$23,126
189, 478
258,110
45, 602
214, 428
90, 600
821,344
58, 456
879,800

$21, 650
174, 735
242,075
44, 599
246,104
92, 435
821,598
102,402
924,000

BY PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS

1. Administrative office.-.
2. Administrative management division._
3. Estimates division
_
4. Statistical standards division...
5. War projects unit
_
6. Overtime
Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance..
Total estimate or appropriation

$18, 620
39,200
160, 720
32, 700
194,060
445, 300
445,-300

02 Travel
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials.
_
Total other obligations
Grand total obligations
_
1943 balance available in 1944
Estimated savings, unobligated balance _.
Total estimate or appropriation

11, 350
7,347
30

18,727

======

39,155
-54,945
15,790

«

Foreign Service Pay Adjustment, Appreciation of Foreign Currencies
(Bureau of the Budget)—
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
01 Personal services (net)
Received by transfer from appropriation
under above title
Estimated savings, unobligated balanceTotal estimate or appropriation

$91
-125
34

Total, Bureau of the Budget, annual appropriations, general
account:
Estimate 1946, $2,967,100
Appropriated 1945, $2,956,800

Statement of proposed expenditures for purchase, maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger-carrying vehicles, for the fiscal year ending June SO, 191$, as required by 5 U. S. C. 78

BUREAU OF THE BUDGET

Appropriation

Vehicles to be purchased (motor
unless otherwise
indicated)
Number

Salaries and expenses, Bureau of the
Budget.




Gross
cost

Old vehicles to be
exchanged

Net cost
of vehicles to
be purAllowance chased
Number (estimated)

Total
mainteOld
vehicles nance, restill to pair, and
be used operation,
all vehicles
3

$600

Public purpose and users

Transportation of Budget staff to departmental offices in and
near Washington.

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Obligations

[COMMITTEE FOR CONGESTED PRODUCTION AREAS!
Salaries and Expenses, Committee for Congested Production
Areas—
Expenses of Liquidation, Committee for Congested Production
Areas, Bureau of the Budget—

[Salaries and expenses: For all expenses necessary to enable the
Committee for Congested Production Areas to carry out the functions vested in it by Executive Order 9327, including traveling
expenses (not to exceed $48,000); printing and binding (not to
exceed $2,550); purchase of newspapers and periodicals (not to
exceed $600); the employment of State, county, or municipal officials
and employees, with or without compensation; and the temporary
employment of persons or organizations, by contract or otherwise,
without regard to section 3709 of the Revised Statutes and the civil
service and classification laws (not to exceed $15,000); fiscal year
1945, $250,000, to remain available to and including December 31,
1944; and $50,000 to enable the Director of the Bureau of the Budget, in the period, January 1, 1945, to and including June 30, 1945,
to liquidate such agency, including personal services in the District
of Columbia, and of such sum of $50,000 the sum of $42,000 shall
be exclusively for the payment of accumulated and accrued annual
leave of employees of such Committee; in all, $300,000] (Act of
June 28, 19U, "Public Law 372).
Annual appropriation, general account:
Appropriated 1945, $300,000
Obligations

By objects

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945

ManClerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Director..
Liaison officer I . . .
'.
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Liaison officer I I . . .
_
Liaison officer III
Consultant.
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Assistant to the director
Field representative
Assistant area representative-Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Administrative officer
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
Grade 7. Range $2,6C0 to $3,200
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900.-.
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
...
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160...
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Medical officerGrade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Principal analyst.
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Chief analyst.Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Analyst __
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Total permanent, departmental
W. A. E. employment, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental..
All personal services, departmental.

Total Man- Total Man- Total
salary years salary

years salary

0.5 $4,500
1.5 12,000

1
1

$9,000
8,000

Actual, 1944

Total Mansalary
years

Man- Total

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD—continued

Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Technical assistant
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Research analyst
Total permanent, field...
Temporary employment, fieldPart-time employment, field
Overtime pay, field

Manyears

Total

salary years salary

0.5 $2,800

0.4 $2,293

0.5 2,800
18.7 78,276
0.4
480

1.4 6,522
31.3 125,545
0.8 2,760
0.1
112
16,797

9,584

All personal services, field.

19.1 88,340

32.2 145,214

Total, departmental and field
Temporary employment, liquidation..
Payment of accrued leave, liquidation.
Overtime pay, liquidation. _

35. 6 159,806
3
6,600
42,000
1,400

57. 6 262,993

01

38.6 209,806

57. 6 262,993

23, 500
600
200
6,800
7,150
1,500
3,000
850
150

33,132
1,091

Personal services (net).
OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Travel
Transportation of things
Payment for penalty mail
Other communication services.
Rents and utility services
Printing and binding
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment

Total other obligations _
Estimate,1946 Estimate,1945 Actual, 1944

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

By objects

Grand total obligations
Received by transfer from ''Emergency
fund for the President, national defense
(allotment to Committee for Congested
Production Areas)"
Estimated savings, unobligated balance..

Total estimate or appropriation..

14,122
11,791
1,294
7,044
4.096
19, 798

43, 750

92, 368

253, 556

355,361

46, 444

-356, 561
1,200

300,000

1.7 11,472

0.6
0.5

3,900
3,250

0.5
0.6

2,800
3,211

0.5
0.5
0.2
0.9
4.4
1.7

1,650
1,450
434
2,070

0.3
1.9

3,150

5.9 13,812
2. 6
4, 599
0. 8
1,607

0. 8 4, 978
2.2 13,350
0. 5 2,924

Obligations

0. 6

0.7

1,380

0.5
0.5

1,275
995

5,140

5,103

3,970

0. 3

14.9 55,775
1. 6 7,599
8,092

16. 5 71,466

1

4,625

0.9

0.5

Emergency Fund for the President, National Defense (Allotment
to Committee for Congested Production Areas)—

By objects

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Transferred to "Salaries and expenses,
Committee for Congested Production
Areas"
Received by transfer from "Emergency
fund for the President, national defense"
1943 balance available in 1944...

+$356,561
-347,000
- 9 , 561

4,089

Total estimate or appropriation

"6."8""i,"739
0. 9 1,108
23.1 93, 768
2.3 10,282
13, 729
25. 4 117, 779

LIAISON OFFICE FOR PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
Emergency Fund for the President, National Defense (Allotment
to Executive Office of the President, Liaison Office for Personnel
Management)—

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Area representative I , . .
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Area representative I I
Assistant area representative I
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Assistant area representative I I
Area representative I I I
_.
Liaison officer
Field representative
Staff representative
Analyst economist
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Administrative assistant
Assistant area representative
Business analyst.
Field representative
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Research analystGrade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800




1.7

Obligations

13,667

2.9 23,911

1.7 11,375
0.4 2,700

1.7 11,285
1.3 8,366

1.6
0.5
0.7
0.2

8,733
2,800
4,433
1,050

1.8 10,760
1.3 7,438

01 Personal services (net) _

0.5

2,800

0.9
0.7

5,124
4,340

0.1
1.2

383
5,991

0.7
2
0.7

3,297
9,013
3,153

0.3

1,380

0.2
0.7
2.5
4
1
0.4

950
1,724
5,113
7,198
1,829
550

02 Travel
08 Supplies and materials. . .
09 Equipment...
Total other obligations
_
Grand total obligations .
.
Received by transfer from "Emergency
fund for the President, national defense".

0.1
338
1.9 4,344
7.2 14, 303
8,968
5
1.3 2,090

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
$6,181

$16,396

2,497
50
50

1,615
81
50

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

1943 balance available in 1944
1944 balance available in 1945

Total estimate or appropriation

2,597

1,746

8,778

18,142

-8,778

-23, 500
-3,420
+8, 778

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

EMERGENCY FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE
PRESIDENT

NATIONAL RESOURCES PLANNING BOARD
Salaries and Expenses, National Resources Planning Board—
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate,1945 Actual, 1944

01 Personal services (net). _

$73,504

OTHER OBLIGATIONS
02
03
04
07
08

389
356
572
143
168

Travel
Transportation of things
..
Communication services
Other contractual services. . . . ._ . .
Supplies and materials

1,628

Total other obligations

EMERGENCY FUND FOR THE PRESIDENT
Emergency Fund for the President, National Defense—
[The appropriation "Emergency Fund for the President",
contained in the First Supplemental National Defense Appropriation Act, 1943, as supplemented and amended, is hereby continued
available until June 30, 1945: Provided, That no part of such fund
shall be available after June 30, 1944, for allocation to finance a
function or project for which function or project a budget estimate
of appropriation was transmitted pursuant to law during the
Seventy-eighth or the Seventy-ninth Congress and such appropriation denied after consideration thereof by the Senate and House
of Representatives or by the Committees on Appropriations of
both bodies] {Act of June 28, 1944, Public Law 375).

75,132
4,368

Grand total obligations . _
Estimated savings, unobligated balance _
Total estimate or appropriation. . .

79, 500

PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE FOR EDUCATION OF MEN
DEMOBILIZED FROM THE ARMED FORCES
Emergency Fund for the President, National Defense (Allotment
to President's Committee for Education of Men Demobilized
From the Armed Forces)—
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
$297

02 Travel
_.
Received by transfer from "Emergency
fund for the President, national defense"

-297

Total estimate or appropriation
»

Emergency Fund for the President, National Defense (Allotment
to Executive Office)—
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Obligations
Received by transfer from "Emergency
fund for the President, national defense"
. . _.

$40, 000
-40,000

$50, 894
-50,894

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945
Allotted t o Executive Office of the President:
Committee for Congested Production
Areas
Conferences, missions, etc
Liaison Office for Personnel Management
Office for Emergency Management:
Committee on Fair Employment
Practice
Foreign Economic Administration..
Office of Defense Transportation
Office of War Mobilization and
Reconversion
President's Committee for the Education of Men Demobilized from the
the Armed Services
War Refugee Board
_
Independent offices:
American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and
Historic Monuments in War Areas.
National Archives
Federal Security Agency
Department of Agriculture
Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior
Department of Justice
Department of Labor
Navy Department
Department of State
War Department
Reserve for future allotment
Total allotments
Received by transfer from "War contributions fund, Treasury Department"Reappropriation of 1943 balance in 1944...
Reappropriation of 1944 balance in 1945-.
Total estimate or appropriation

$40,000

Actual, 1944

$347,000
50,894
23, 500

303,403
1, 573, 500
5,000,000
250,000

40,000

101,374

297
3,101,374

469,000
1, 526,000
200,000
1,175,000
1,169
16,993, 315

14,202
7,785
460,000
3, 305,000
1,295,000
2,000
5, 450,000
107, 500
3,000,000
18, 873, 894
200, 693

66, 793, 873
92, 549, 731
-101, 374
-92, 448, 357

38,156, 042
-20,000
-130,584,399
+92, 448, 357

Total estimate or appropriation

OFFICE FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
(Including its constituent agencies)

OFFICE OF CENSORSHIP

FOREIGN WAR RELIEF
Foreign War Relief—
[The appropriation "Foreign war relief", contained in the
Second Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1942, is hereby continued
available until June 30, 1945] (Act of June 28, 1944, Public Law
375).
Obligations

OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION
OFFICE OF STRATEGIC SERVICES
PETROLEUM ADMINISTRATION FOR WAR

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Allotted to—
Department of Agriculture
Treasury Department
War Department

$1,407,000

Total allotment.
....
Reappropriation of 1943 balance in 1944
Reappropriation of 1944 balance in 1945

1,407,000
-1,407,000

$5,000,000
2, 500,000
5,000,000
12, 500,000
-13,907,000
+1,407,000

Total estimate or appropriation
NOTE.—Because of possible material changes in-war conditions, the estimates of appropriations in detail under the above heads for the fiscal year 1946 will be submitted to the
Congress as a part of a supplementary budget in the spring of 1945. However, the summary financial statements include an estimate of total war appropriations and expenditures for the fiscal year 1946 as well as for the fiscal year 1945.

DEFENSE AID
UNITED NATIONS RELIEF AND REHABILITATION
ADMINISTRATION

Total, Executive Office of the President, annual appropriations, general account:
Estimate 1946, $3,505,138
Appropriated 1945, a $3,820,931
« Excludes $1,207,359,421 appropriated for the emergency war agencies.




NOTE.—Because of possible material changes in war conditions, the detailed schedules
of obligations for defense aid and United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration will be submitted to the Congress as a part of a supplementary budget in the
spring of 1945.

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Obligations

INDEPENDENT OFFICES

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION
American Battle Monuments Commission—

For all expenses necessary for the work of the American Battle
Monuments Commission authorized by the Act of March 4, 1923
(36 U. S. C. 121-138), and by Executive Order [Numbered] 6614
of February 26, 1934, including the acquisition of land or interest in
land in foreign countries for carrying out the purposes of said Act
and Executive order without submission to the Attorney General of
the United States under the provisions of section 355 of the Revised
Statutes (34 U. S. C. 520; 40 U. S. C. 255); employment of personal
services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere; purchase and
repair of uniforms for caretakers of national cemeteries and monuments in Europe at a cost not exceeding $500; travel expenses; not

OTHER

OBLIGATIONS—continued

Manyears

Total Mansalary years
$15
200
25
34,575
20

04 Payment for penalty mail
Other communication services
06 Printing and binding
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials.

Total Mansalary years
$15
200
25
34, 575
20

Total
salary
$98
1,295
32,047
12

37,960

36,335

34, 302

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _

40,000

38, 799
2,986

37, 304
8,226

Total estimate or appropriation

40,000

41,785

45, 530

Total other obligations

to exceed $15 for deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of
penalty mail as required by section 2 of the Act of^ June 28, 1944 American Battle Monuments Commission, No Year—

(Public Law 864); rent of office and garage space in foreign couptries which may be paid for in advance; the maintenance, repair,
and operation of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles which
may be furnished to the Commission by other departments of the
Government or acquired by purchase; printing, binding, engraving,
lithographing, photographing, and typewriting, including the publication of information concerning the American activities, battlefields, memorials, and cemeteries in Europe; transfer of household
goods and effects as provided by the Act of October 10, 1940, and
regulations promulgated thereunder, and, when ordered or approved
by the Commission, expenses of travel of dependents of employees when transferred from one official station to another, and
the temporary transfer of employees by the Commission between
places in foreign countries or between foreign countries and the
United States, including transfers incident thereto, or, in the case
of new appointments, transfer from place of appointment, may, if
ordered or approved by the Commission, be regarded as a transfer
from one official station to another for permanent duty for the
purpose of authorizing the payment of travel of dependents and
for the purposes of said Act of October 10, 1940, and regulations
promulgated thereunder; and the purchase of maps, textbooks, newspapers and periodicals; [$41,785] $40,000: Provided, That notwithstanding the requirements of existing laws or regulations, and
under such terms and conditions as the Commission may in its
discretion deem necessary and proper, the Commission may contract for work, supplies, materials, and equipment in Europe and
engage, by contract or otherwise, the services of architects, firms of
architects, and other technical and professional personnel: Provided
further, That when traveling on business of the Commission, officers
of the Army serving as members or as secretary of the Commission
may be reimbursed for expenses as provided for civilian members
of the Commission: And provided further, That the Commission
may delegate to its chairman, secretary, or officials in charge of
either its Washington or Paris offices, under such terms and conditions as it may prescribe, such of its authority as it may deem
necessary and proper.
[Notwithstanding section 105 of the Independent Offices
Appropriation Act, 1945, the appropriation "American Battle
Monuments Commission, fiscal year 1945", shall be construed as
being available in the amount of not to exceed $1,500 for travel
expenses.]
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—American Battle Monuments Commission: Not to exceed $15 of the appropriation "American Battle
Monuments Commission, 1945"] (41 U. S. C. 5; 5 U. S. C. 118a;

Executive Order 6614, Feb. 26, 1934; Executive Order 6690, Apr. 25,
1984; Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law 858; Act of Dec. 22, 1944,
Public Law 529).

Annual appropriation, general account:
Estimate 1946, $40,000
Appropriated 1945, $41,785
Obligations
Estimate, 1945 Actua ,1944
Total Man- Total
salary years salary

Manyears

Total
salary

Manyears

1

$2,040

1

$2,025

Total permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental-

1

2,040

1

01

1

2,040

1

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160

Personal services (net)

0.2
1

$510
1,957

2,025
439

1.2

2,467
535

2,464

1.2

3,002

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02 Travel




-

3,125

1,500

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
06 Printing and binding
Prior year funds available in 1944
1944 funds available in 1945,.
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _

$5,000

850

-$5,617
+5, 617

-5,617
617

Total estimate or appropriation

AMERICAN COMMISSION FOR THE PROTECTION AND
SALVAGE OF ARTISTIC AND HISTORIC MONUMENTS
IN WAR AREAS
Salaries and Expenses, American Commission for the Protection
and Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in War Areas—

For all expenses necessary for the American Commission for the
Protection and Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in War
Areas in performing its functions, as described in the letter of the
Secretary of State, approved by the President, June 23, 1943, as
amended, including the employment of persons, without regard to
citizenship, in the District of Columbia and elsewhere; not to exceed
$15,000 for the temporary employment of persons or organizations
by contract or otherwise without regard to the civil service and
classification laws or section 3709 of the Revised Statutes; [travel
expenses, including actual transportation and other necessary expenses and not to exceed $10 per diem in lieu of subsistence of members of the Commission or persons serving while away from their
homes in an advisory capacity without compensation from the
United States; expenses of attendance at meetings of organizations
concerned with the work of the Commission;] purchase of books
of reference, periodicals, and newspapers; not to exceed $100 for deposit

in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty mail as required
by section 2 of the Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 864); and printing

and binding; [fiscal year 1945, $40,000] $56,000.
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in War
Areas: Not to exceed $100 of the appropriation for this agency for
the fiscal year 1945] (Act of June 28, 1944, Public Law 375; Act of
Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).

Annual appropriation, general account:
Estimate 1946, $56,000
Appropriated 1945, $40,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate,(1945
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

BySobjects
Estimate^l946

Obligations
By objects

ManClerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
1
Assistant secretary-treasurer
2
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
2
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
1
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,920
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
1
Special assistant to the secretary
Executive secretary to subcommittee
1
on Axis-appropriated property
Executive secretary to subcommittee
1
on books and manuscripts
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
1
10
Total permanent, departmental
Temporary employment, departmental-._

Total Mansalary years
1
$6,500
4,000
1.5
3,600
1,620
0.5

Actual, 1944

Total Mansalary years
0.6
$6,500
0.6
3,000
0.1
810
0.1

Total
salary
$4,279
1,317
75

4,600

4,600
4,600
4,600
2,600
32,120

0.1
4
0.7

14,910
2,191

102

1. 5

5,821

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Obligations

AMERICAN COMMISSION FOR THE PROTECTION AND
SALVAGE OF ARTISTIC AND HISTORIC MONUMENTS
IN WAR AREAS—Continued.
Salaries and Expenses, American Commission for the Protection and
Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in War Areas—Con.
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COH.

Overtime pay, departmental-_.
01 Personal services (net)

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
$739
$2,084
10

$32,120

4.7 19,185

1. 5

6, 560

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02
04
06
07
08

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Professional service—Continued.
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Statutory:
Consumers' counsel
_
Unclassified:
Special consultant
Legal consultant

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
0.1
0.1

$442
383

0.1

158

0.2

1,472

0.1
0.1

920
60

Total permanent, departmental _
Overtime pay, departmental

18, 662
2,508

01

21,170

Personal services (net).
OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Travel
- _
Payment for penalty mail
Other communication services
Printing and binding _
O ther contractual services
Supplies and materials _ -

09 Equipment

By objects

_

Total other obligations_

_
_

_.

_
_

Grand total obligations
Received by transfer from "Emergency
fund for the President, national defense (allotment to American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of
Artistic and Historic Monuments in
War Areas)"

Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate or appropriation

852

12, 500
100
1,400
480
7,500
400
1,500

9,000
100
900
480
8,933
400
1,002

38i
206
3,232
491
1,047

23,880

20,815

6,209

56,000

12, 769

40,000

Travel
Communication services
Printing and binding
Other contractual services.
Supplies and materials
Equipment

703
333
1,573
352
165
16

Total other obligations.
Grand total obligations
Reimbursements for services performed.

3,142
24, 312
-348
23,964
-30,500
6,536

Net total obligations
1943 appropriation available in 1944
Estimated savings, unobligated balance-14,202
1,433
56,000

40,000

Emergency Fund for the President, National Defense (Allotment
to American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of
Artistic and Historic Monuments in War Areas)—

Total estimate or appropriation..
BOARD OF INVESTIGATION AND RESEARCH—TRANSPORTATION
Salaries and Expenses, Board of Investigation and Research—
Obligations
By objects

Obligations

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

01 Personal services (net)

$19,107

$270,528

24
4
205
387
336
47

1,196
18
1,816
5,865
2,710
1,833
26

1,003
20,110

13,464
283,992
-32,008
+23,016

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Transferred to "Salaries and expenses,
American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and Historic
Monuments in War Areas"
Received by transfer from "Emergency
fund for the President, national defense"
_.

+$14,202
-14,202

Total estimate or appropriation

02 Travel
03 Transportation of things

04 Communication services.
06 Printing and binding

07 Other contractual services

08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment

Total other obligations
BITUMINOUS COAL CONSUMERS' COUNSEL
Salaries and Expenses, Office of the Bituminous Coal Consumers'
Counsel—

Grand total obligations.. ,
1943 balance available i n 1944
1944 balance available i n 1945 _ _ . . _ .

Estimated savings, unobligated balance Total estimate or appropriation

-23,016
2,906

275,000

Obligations

CANAL ZONE BIOLOGICAL AREA

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Trust account:
Donations, Canal Zone Biological Area—
The Act of July 2, 1940, section 6, provides that all moneys
received by donation, subscription, fees, or otherwise, except the
moneys appropriated pursuant to section 7 of said Act, shall be
deposited into the Treasury as a trust fund, to be appropriated for
the purposes of said Act. Disbursements of such funds are made
by the Secretary of the Treasury through the Division of Disbursement on requisitions or vouchers signed by or on authority
of the executive officer of the Board of Directors of the Canal
Zone Biological Area (54 Stat. 724).
Appropriated 1945, $0
Revised 1945, $3,000

By objects

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Special agent
0.1
$530
0.1
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
427
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
0.1
294
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
0. 9 1, 572
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
0.3
680
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
0.2
271
Professional service:
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Chief legal adviser0.2
957

Chief, division of economics and statistics

Chief technical adviser...
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Technical adviser
Special agent..
Attorney
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Principal price examiner
Technical adviser. .
Attorney
Grade 4. $3,800 to $4,600:

Special agent
Attorney

Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Special agents.




0 1
0.2

578
957

0. 3
0.2
0.2

1, 796
883
824

0.2
0.2
0.1

677
736
677

0.2
0.3

618
1, 207

0. 4

1, 543

Obligations
By objects

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
07 Other contractual services

Prior year funds available in 1944
1944 funds available in 1945

Total estimate or appropriation

$8,072
-5,072
3,000

$4,038
-3,079
+5,072
6,031

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Obligations

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

By objects

Salaries and Expenses, Civil Service Commission—
Salaries and expenses: For all expenses necessary for the work
of the Civil Service Commission, including personal services in the
District of Columbia; not to exceed $3,750 for employment of expert
examiners not in the Federal service on special subjects for which
examiners within the service are not available; medical examinations;
contract stenographic reporting services; traveling expenses, including those of examiners acting under the direction of the Commission,
and expenses of examinations and investigations held in Washington
and elsewhere^, including not to exceed $5,000 for expenses of attendance at meetings of organizations concerned with the work of the
Commission]; witness fees and mileage, including fees to deponents
and persons taking depositions, at rates paid in the courts of the
United States; rental of equipment; [laundry service;] not to exceed
$10,000 for purchase and exchange of lawbooks, books of reference,
newspapers, and periodicals; not to exceed $200 for payment in
advance for library membership in societies whose publications are
available to members only or to members at a price lower than to
the general public; charts; gloves and other protective equipment for
photostat and other machine operators; maintenance, and repair of
motortrucks, motorcycles, and bicycles; not to exceed [$217,000]
$236,270 for printing and binding; [$5,821,900] $10,016,000, of
which not to exceed [$100,000] $50,000 shall be available for
reimbursement to the Veterans' Administration for services rendered
the Commission in connection with physical examinations of applicants for and employees in the Federal classified service; not
to exceed $90,000 for performing the duties imposed upon the Civil
Service Commission by the Act of July 19, 1940 (54 Stat. 767);
not to exceed $264,000 for deposit in the general fund of the Treasury
for cost of penalty mail as required by section 2 of the Act of June 28,
1944 (Public Law 364); and not to exceed $3,000 for actuarial
services by contract, without regard to section 3709, Revised
Statutes: Provided, That no details from any executive department
or independent establishment in the District of Columbia or elsewhere to the Commission's central office in Washington or to any
of its regional offices shall be made during the fiscal year ending
June 30, [1945] 1946, but this shall not affect the making of details
for service as members of the boards of examiners outside the immediate offices of the regional directors, nor shall it affect the
making of details of persons qualified to serve as expert examiners
on special subjects: Provided further, That the Civil Service Commission shall have power in case of emergency to transfer or detail
any of its employees to or from its office or field force.
[For an additional amount for salaries and expenses, Civil
Service Commission, fiscal year 1945, including the objects specified
under this head in the Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1945,
$2,680,000, which amount, together with the appropriation to which
added, shall be available for all expenses necessary for administering
the Veterans' Preference Act of 1944 and the Panama Canal construction annuity fund (Act of May 29, 1944, Public Law 319).]
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—Civil Service Commission, $244,200]
(5 U. S. C. 632, 691; 18 U. S. C. 611; 31 U. S. C. 588; Executive
Orders 6670, Apr. 7, 1934; 6731, June 5, 1934; 7915 and 7916,
June 24, 1938; Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law 358; Act of June
28, 1944, Public Law 375; Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $10,016,000
Appropriated 1945, ° $10,155,500
o Includes $1,409,400 appropriated in the First Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1945.

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total M a n Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years
Grade 16. In excess of $9,000:
3
3 $30,000
Commissioner
.Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Chairman, Council of Personnel Ad1
8,500
1
ministration
1
1
8,250
Chief of division
1
1
8,250
Chief, field operations
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Assistant to executive director and
1
6,500
chief examiner
1
6,500
Assistant chief (field operations)
Assistant chief of section
1
6,750
Associate chief of division
1
Chairman, loyalty rating board
2
2 13,000
Chief of division
5
5 32,500
Chief of section
1
1
6,500
Field operations supervisor
1
1
6,500
Head administrative officer
1
1
6,500
Organization and methods examiner. _
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
5,600
Administrative officer
5,600
Assistant chief of division
-




Total Man- Total
salary years salary
$30,000

3 $30,000

8,500
8,250
8,250

1
1
1

8,312
8,062
8,062

6,500
6,500
6,750
6,500
13,000
32,500
6,500
6,500
6,500

1
6,500
1
6,500
0.5 3,376
1
6,500
0.1 939
2 13,000
2. 8 18, 254
0.4 2,835
0.1 939
1
6,500

5,600
5,600

1.6 10,266

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal serv- Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
ice—Continued.
years salary years salary years salary
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400—Con.
Assistant chief of section
3 $16,800
Assistant to the chief of division
0.2 $1,276
Chief adviser
5,600
0. 5 $2,800
Chief, instructions and manuals staff.
5,600
5,600
Chief of division
23, 000
2 11,650
23,000
Chief of section
0.3 2,106
12, 000
12, 000
Civil service qualification examiner- __
5,600
1
5,600
5,600
Civil service representative
22, 600
3. 6 20, 702
17,000
Director of personnel
1
5,600
5,600
5,600
Efficiency rating adviser
5,600
Efficiency rating examiner.
16,800
Executive assistant
5,800
1
5,800
1
5,600
Field liaison officer
2. 6 14, 706
5,600
1
5,600
Field supervisor
0.9 4,791
Investigator
7. 7 43, 730
16,800
3 16,800
0.3 1,151
Member, loyalty rating board
11, 200
2. 9 16, 566
Organization and methods examiner. ..
4 22,400
2 11,200
Position classifier
1
5,600
5,600
Recruiting representative.- _
_..
1
6,000
6,000
1
5,850
Reviewing examiner
4 22,800
22,800
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
0.8 3,552
Administrative officer
Assistant chief adviser
1
4,600
9,200
1
Assistant chief of division
4,600
1
4,600
9,200
1
Assistant chief of section
__
4,600
1
4,800
0.2
Assistant to chief of division
1
4,600
856
1 4,600
2
Chief of division
9,450
0.3 1,551
Chief of section
3 13,800
13,800
Civil service qualification examiner
4,600
4,600
1
4,600
Civil service representative
9,200
2
9,200
1
4,650
Efficiency rating adviser
4,800
6 27,649
Efficiency rating examiner
_.
10 46,400
12 55,800
1
Field inspector
0.1 780
5,400
5,400
2
Field liaison officer
9,200
0. 4 2,198
9,200
12 55, 200
Investigator
7. 3 35,165
10 46,000
1
In vestigator-in-charge
4,600
4,600
2
Organization and methods examiner..
9,200
2. 5 11, 781
9,200
4 18,400
Position classifier
18,400
1.8 8,484
1
Procedures and control officer
4,600
1
4,800
Rating and review officer.
6. 9 32, 673
Recruiting representative
6 27,600
6
27,600
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:.
2.8 11, 339
8,200
2
8,200
Assistant chief of division
_
1
3,800
3,800
1
3,800
Assistant chief of section
1
4,050
4,200
1
4,200
Assistant to chief
_
•
0.8 2,968
3,800
Budget examiner.
2.9 11,039
3 11,400
11,400
Chief of section
1.9 7,431
7,600
5 19,000
Civil service qualification examiner.._
0.7 2,850
Classification officer
6 22,800
3,800
Efficiency rating examiner
3,800
Examiner-in-charge
3,800
1
3,873
Field liaison officer
0.5 1,826
Interviewer
9.1 34, 516
12 45,600
Investigator
10 38,000
0.2 678
Organization and methods examiner. 0.4 1,657
1
3,800
1
Position classifier
3,800
1
3,800
1
3,800
Principal editor
1
3,800
0.5 1,978
Rating examiner3,850
1
Rating and reviewing examiner
3,800
1.7 6,597
3,800
Recruiting representative
5 19,000
19,000
22,800
Retirement representative
0.6 2,195
15,200
19,000
Specification writer
3,800
3,800
Supervisor
0.1 391
3,800
3,800
Training officer
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
0.1 360
3,500
3,500
Assistant chief of section
3,900
3,900
Chief of unit
"§" "II," 400
7,500
7,500
Civil service qualification examiner...
3,500
Field operations supervisor
3 10,550
3, 500
4 14,100
Investigator
7,000
Procedures and control officer
0.2 943
Supervisor
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
7. 7 24,914
16,300
5 16, 300
Administrative assistant
2. 6 8,667
6,400
3,200
1
Assistant chief of section
1
3,200
3,200
3,200
1
Budget examiner
7.7 25,949
30,100
10 33,300
Chief of section
1
3,200
3,200
6,400
2
Chief of unit
8. 3 27, 776
23,700
7 23,700
Civil service qualification examiner...
3,200
1
3,200
Civil service representative
0. 7 2, 3
Classification officer
2. 2 7,069
6 19,200
Examiner
2.3 7,950
2
6,600
1
3,200
Field liaison officer
0. 5 1, 561
Interviewer
9. 5 30,689
22
27 86,400
Investigator
1
3,200
1
3,200
Manual writer and editor
1.4 4,£
1
3,200
1
3,200
Organization and methods examiner. _
0.6 1,8
Position classifier
6,400
Procedures and control officer
0.8 2,738
Procedures examiner
2.9 9,497
Rating and reviewing examiner
3,200
Records and control officer
2. 5 8,128
3,300
3,300
Recruiting representative
1
3,200
Retirement representative
1
3,200
1
3,200
Reviewer
4.6 14,7
6 19,200
17 54,400
Specification writer
1
3,300
3,300
1
Staff assistant
0.9 2 871
3,200
1
Training officer
10.6 31. 716
12. 5 37, 550
15 44,800
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500._._
64.4
87
81.1
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
169,708
228,300
"212,860

56

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Obligations

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION—Continued

By objects

Salaries and Expenses, Civil Service Commission—Continued.

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Obligations

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Crafts, protective, and custodial serviceContinued.
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860.
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500

By objects

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

ManClerical, administrative, and fiscal serv- years
ice—Continued.
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900..
82
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600.
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160.
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980.
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800.
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620. —
Professional service:
Grade 9. In excess of $9,000:
Executive director and chief examiner.
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Assistant chief examiner
Chief of division
Chief of section
Chief law officer
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Actuary
—
Assistant chief law officer
Assistant chief of division
Assistant chief of section
Chief of division
Chief of section..
Coordinator and director of training,.
Director of Federal works improvement program
Director of research
__.
Staff assistant, Council of Personnel
Administration
_
Training adviser
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Appeal examiner-in-charge
Assistant to assistant chief examiner..
Attorney
Chairman, Board of Appeals and Review
Civil service qualification examiner.-.
Hearing examiner
Medical officer
Member, Board of Appeals and Review
Retirement economist
Training specialist
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Actuary
Appeal examiner
Attorney
Chief of section
Civil service qualification examiner...
Hearing examiner
Legal adviser
Legal counsel
Medical officer
Recruiting representative
Retirement research specialist
Training specialist
Training adviser
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Actuary
Appeals examiner
Assistant chief of section
Attorney
Chief of section
._.
Civil service qualification examiner...
Investigator
Legal adviser.
Legal counsel...
Librarian
Personnel research assistant_
Retirement research specialist
Technical assistant
Training specialist
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Appeals examiner
Assistant chief of section
Attorney
Civil service qualification examiner. _.
Legal assistant
Legal counsel
Librarian
Medical officer,
Personnel research assistant
Reviewer
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600..
Subprofessional service:
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 3. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 7. Range $2,040 to $2,500
Grade 6. Range $1,860 to $2,220..
Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040




Total M a n - Total Man- Total
salary years salary years salary
97

$193,600
132.5
271,052
250
453,600
321.8
525, 274
393
567,164
9
11,340

$228,400
156
318, 500
246.1
446,629
365.5
596,301
16.2
485, 263
11,340

1

9,500

1

9,500

1
2

8,250
16,250

1
2

8,250
16,250

1
1
4

6,500
6,500
26,000

1

6,500

1

6,500

102.2
$237,443
118.2
239,974
179.3
324,856
276.4
450, 269
405.5
584,337
25.3 31,963

1
4

6,500
26,000

1

6,500

9,500
1
1
0.7
0.2

8,062
8,062
5,844
1,333

0.8 5,272
2 13,000
0.1 939
1
6,750
0.8

2

2

13,750

2

13,750

5,250

0.2
0.6

1,751
4, 471

2 13,750
0.7 5,019
0.5 3,170
1.8 10,049

11,200

6,000
5,600
5,800
5,600

6,000
5,600
5,800
5,600

1
5,800
2.3 13,033
1
5,650
1
5,600

17,600
5,600

17, 600
5,600

2
11,322
1
5,600
2.1 11,791

4,600

4,600

1
1
1
1

4,800
4,600
4,600
4,800

4
2
3

19,200
9,200
13,800

4,800
4,600
4,600
9,400
4,600
19, 200
9,200

1

4,600

1
1

3,800
4,000

1
1

3,800
"4,000

1
1
8

3,800
3,800
30,400

1
1
4

3,800
3,800
15,200

1
1
1
1

3,800
3,800
4,000
3,800

1
1
1

3,800
3,800
4,000

2,964
869
869
4,800
7,486

0. 5
0. 6
5
2

2, 389
2, 773
24, 115
9,289

2.1

9, 558

0. 4
0.9

1, 351
3,240

1 7 6 734
. ,
1 3,800
1 9 7'629
.
1
4, 000

7,600

3
1

9,600
3,200

2
1

6,400
3,200

8
1
2

25,600
3,200
6,400

7
1
2

22,400
3,200
6,400

1
1
17
9

3,700
3,200
45,300
18,400

1
3,700
1
3,200
18. 7 49, 708
11 22,400
1
4.3
1

2,100
7,700
1,620

0.2
1

707
3,900

0.4
1.3

2

2 4,100
4.3 7,700
1 1,620

0.6
0.2
0.1
1
1.6

1,508
5,035

0.8 2,533
3,200
1
1.5 5,193
3.8 12,221

05
.
0.8
1
25

1
,724
2,686
3,225
8,508

11.2 30,065
4.2 8,673
1
6

2,050
11,057

0.8

1
1
1

2,040
1,860
1,680

1
1
1

2,040
1,860
1,680

1,112

0.2
0.8
1

380
1,519
1,680

Total permanent, departmental
Temporary employment, departmentalOvertime pay, departmental

Manyears

Total M a n - Total M a n - Total
salary years salary years salary

7 $10,920
42.9 58,615
24 28,800

7 $10,920
27 36,780
23 27,600

5.1 $7,868
29.1 38, 806
32. 5 39,127

1,509.8
1,711.6
1,671
3, 719,160
3, 296, 524
3,867,125
711, C

3.5 4,901
633, 977

1, 513.3
All personal services, departmental. 1,711.6
1,671
4,430, 252
3,935,402
3,867,125
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Regional director
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Assistant regional director
Associate regional director
Chief of division
Manager of branch regional office
Personnel utilization consultant
Regional director
Recruiting representative..
Veterans' Federal employment representative
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Assistant chief of division
Assistant director of recruiting
Assistant regional director
Associate regional director
Chief of division
Investigator-in-charge
Manager of branch regional office
Personnel utilization consultant
Recruiting representative
Regional adviser
Veterans' Federal employment representative
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Administrative officer
_
Assistant director of recruiting
Assistant regional adviser
Assistant regional director
Chief of division.
_
_
Chief of section...
Director of personnel
Investigator
Investigator-in-charge
-..
Manager of branch regional office
Personnel officer
Personnel utilization consultant
Placement officer
Recruiting representative
Staff assistant
Supervisor
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Administrative officer
Assistant chief of section
Chief of division
Chief of office operations
Chief of section
Investigator
Personnel utilization representative...
Recruiting representative
Supervisor
_.
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Administrative assistant
Assistant chief of section
Assistant director of personnel
Associate placement officer
Chief of division
Chief of office operations
Chief of section
Chief of unit
Coordinator of supply of eligibles
Examiner
Fiscal officer
_
Investigator
„
Local and rating board inspector
Position classifier
_
Procedural examiner
Rating and reviewing examiner
Recruiting representative.
Staff assistant
Supervisor
_
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500...
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900..
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600..
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160..
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980..
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800..
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620..
Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Training consultant
Chief of division

65,500

10

65,500

8.5 55,619

5,600
39, 400
39,200

10

1
7
7

5,600
39,400
39,200

3.5 19, 927

11,200
17,200
16,800

11,200
17,200
16,800

3

5,600

01
.
2
3
3
1

5,600

5

23,000

5

23,000

5
1
10
3
1
2
2
30

23,000
4,600
46, 000
13,800
4,600
9,200
9,200

4
1
7
3
1
2
2
14

18,400
4.600
32, 200
13,800
4,600
9,200
9,200
64, 400

4

18,400

2

7,600

342
17, 000

138, 000
18, 400

17
2
7
4
1
1
2
2
1
4

7,600
64, 600
7,600
26, 600
15,200
3,800
3,800
7,800
7,600
3,800

15, 200

8.6 32, 754
3 11,400
10 38,000
15, 200
3,800
3,800
7,800
7,600
3800
3,800
7,600

91,200

2.1 9,558
3.7 16,866
0.9 3,833
5
01
.

25 95,000

2.7 10,506
1.9 7,020
7,514
2
1.5 5,924
0.3 1,088

17, 500
10, 500
14, 000
10, 500
49, 200
3,500
31, 900
3,500

3
2
4
3
14
1
5
2

12, 900

10, 500
7,000
14,000
10, 500
49, 200
3,500
17,500

1
113
1
38
1
7
20
2

3,300
51,200
3,200
3,300
19, 200
3,200
362,400
3,200
121,600
3,200
22, 400
66, 300
6,400
9,600
6,000

2
214.6
561,660
13 30,300
82.9
167, 524
149
269, 500
825
1,338, 782
384.4
556, 397
50 63,075
10
12

56,000
67,200

12,900

1
3,300
16 51,200
1
3,200
1
3,300
0.5 1,600
3,200
1
2400
113 362,400
1
3,200
7 22,400
148 475,900
2
6,400
9,600
3
6,000
2
199
520,100
42,100
151,600
125
226, 258
213. £
348, 317
365.8
529, 278
50 63,075
10
12

2.9 10,506
1.1 3,772
6~ 6 ~2~ 032
1.1 3,928
7.3 25,508
0.5 1,818

7,000

~~3,~266
1
16
1
1

•401

0. 5 2,143

~T""3~866"
5
3
4
3
14
1

383

0.5 1,974
2.4 9,152

01
.
24

23,000

56,000
67,200

15. 2 50, 410
0. 5 1, 662
"6.1 223
1.2 3,901
~~2
6,862
0.7 2,400

14. 3 47, 551

15.3 49,954
2.7 7,796
45.6
119, 801
13.5 32,526
35.6
72,921
65.8
120, 557
87.8
142,881
74.3
107,837
7. 6 9, 948

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Obligations

Obligations
By objects

By objects

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD—COn.

Man- Total M a n - Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
3 $13,800
3 $13,800

Actual, 1944

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal serv- Man- Total M a n - Total Man- Total
ice—Continued.
years salary years salary years salary
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
2 $13,000
Assistant chief of division
2 $13,000
14 64,400
14 64,400
Assistant chief of section
1 $6,500
Chief of section
6,500
0.1
$232
6, 500
2
7,600
2
7,600
Head administrative officer
1
6,500
Organization and methods examiner..
1
7,250
1
7,250
0.2
280
0.9 6,787
2
2,640
2
2,640
Recruiting representative...
1
6,500
1
6,500
0.9 1,196
2.1 13,903
Staff assistant
1
6,500
1
6,500
1
6,500
13 15,600
13 15,600
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
435.7
1, 576. 7
2,196. 9
Total permanent, field.
Assistant chief of division. __
0.1
1, 018, 752
575
4, 801, 378
3,827, 622
Associate chief of section. _
5,600
1
5,600
0.6 3,437
0.2 1,400
W. A. E. employment, field..
Chief, federal personnel statistical
207, 280
770, 526
Overtime pay, field
staff
5,600
5,600
Civil service qualification examiner.-.
5,600
5,600
1
1, 576. 7
436.3
5,600
2,196.9
All personal services, field.
11, 600
11, 600
Civil service representative
4, 598,148
1, 229, 469
4,801, 378
4.7 27, 263
5,600
5,600
Examiner-in-charge
Organization and methods examiner..
5,600
5, 600
1,949. 6
1.9 11,162
3, 247. 7
3,908. 5
Total, departmental and field..
5,600
5,600
Recruiting representative
5,164,871
1
5,600
8, 668, 503
9, 028,400
Secretary to committee
62, 795
0.7 4,091
63, 000
113,000
Miscellaneous fee service..
_.
Staff assistant
2 11,200
2 11,200
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
1,949. 6
3, 247. 7
3,908. 5
01
Personal services (net)
9,600
Administrative officer.
9,600
0.9 4,127
5, 227, 6
9,141, 400
8, 731, 503
Assistant chief of section
4,600
4, 600
Assistant director of personnel
4,600
4, 600
0.6 2,773
OTHER OBLIGATIONS
4,600
4,600
Personnel utilization examiner.
Budget examiner
0.8 3, 552
131,416
280, 787
127,272
Travel
9,200
Chief of section
9,200
2
0.3 1,521
4,866
19, 595
16, 519
Transportation of things..
4,600
Civil service qualification examiner...
4,600
1
2.6 11,882
264,000
244, 200
Payment for penalty mail
23,400
C ivil service representative
5 23, 400
38, 482
92, 278
70, 362
Other communication services
18,400
Field inspector
_.
4 18, 400
473
0.1
110,693
37, 500
94, 896
Rents and utility services
9,200
9,200
2
Field liaison officer
236, 270
176,063
217,000
4,600
Printing and binding
1
1.7 8,010
Field operations supervisor
1.7 8,010
40,935
10,143
49,985
Other contractual services
Field supervisor
1.7 8,063
132, 457
182, 380
162,899
Supplies and materials
_
_
_
13,800
Interviewer
3 13,800
3.2 15,052
53,915
48, 509
40, 017
Equipment
4,600
Organization and methods examiner..
1
4,600
0.9 4,408
9,200
Project leader
—
2
9,200
1, 014,100
584,842
1, 284,497
Total other obligations.
4,600
Rating examiner
1
4,600
0.1 473
Recruiting representative.
6. 5 30, 206
10,155,500
5,812, 508
10,016,000
Grand total obligations
Staff assistant
1
4,600
1
4,600
0.2 856
9,392
Estimated savings, unobligated balance .
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
1
3,800
Assistant chief of division
1
3,800
1
3,800
10,155, 500
5,821, 900
Total estimate or appropriation..... 10,016,000
Assistant chief of section
1
3,800
1
3,800
Assistant to chief
0.6 2, 818
Budget examiner
0.2 950
BY PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS
Chief of section
_
2
7,600
0.9 3,641
2
7,600
Chief of unit...
0. 9 3,220
1. Recruitment, placement, and person"5 197666
Civil service qualification examiner—.
~9~~ "34," 200*
7. 6 29,112
$4, 765,027
nel utilization
$2, 731,815
$5,157,505
1
4,200
Civil service representative
1
4,200
4.8 18,971
1, 296,436
2. Investigations
_
_.
1,067,471
376, 213
1
3,800
Classification officer
1
3,800
732, 674
3. Personnel classification
1, 308,810
513,237
Field liaison officer
0.7 2,924
1,096,838
4. Retirement
885,668
325,164
3 11,400
Interviewer
1
3,800
1.6 6,101
228, 633
5. Service records
_
145, 563
517, 749
1
3,800
Manuals supervisor
1
3,800
47, 404
6. Council of Personnel Administration.
42,065
37,894
Organization and methods examiner..
1.7 6.500
1.7 6,500
2.7 10, 756
352, 702
7. Reduction in force
_
12, 239
587,603
Principal editor
1
3,800
1
3,800
0.3 1,341
8. Executive and administrative activi4 15,600
Rating examiner-.
12 46,200
1, 243,308
1,213,793
1, 298,197
ties
_...
Rating and reviewing examiner
2.1 7,972
Recruiting representative3.6 13,859
10,016,000
10,155, 500
5,812, 508
Grand total obligations. __
Retirement representative
0.7 2,607
9,392
Staff assistant
1
3,800
3,800
0.4 1,731
Estimated savings, unobligated balance .
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
10,016,000
10,155, 500
Total estimate or appropriation
5,821,900
Administrative officer
2
7,000
7,000
Civil service qualification examiner..
1.4 5,198
Employee counselor
0.7 2,557
Procedures and control assistant
3,500
3, 500
0.1
506
Salaries and Expenses, Civil Service Commission (National DeSupervisor
0.4 1,526
fense)—
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Administrative assistant
1
3,200
1
3,200
4. 3 14,011
Salaries and expenses, national defense: For all necessary
Assistant chief of section
1
3,200
1
3,200
expenses of the Civil Service Commission in connection with the
Assistant to field operations superrecruitment and placement of civilian personnel required in convisor
3,200
1
3,200
0. 3 1,129
Budget examiner
_
2.8 9, 278
nection with emergencies affecting the national security and de2
6,400
6,400
Chief of section...
0.3 862
fense, including personal services in the District of Columbia;
3
9,600
9, 600
Chief of unit
0.8 2,569
traveling expenses; and other items otherwise properly chargeable
11 35,600
Civil service qualification examiner...
11. 9 39, 560
11 35,600
1
3,200
Civil service representative
3,200
to appropriations of the Civil Service Commission for salaries and
1
3,200
Classification officer
3,200
expenses and not to exceed [$50,0002 $42,136 for printing and
1
3,200
Editing assistant
3,200
binding; [$10,000,000] $7,032,000: Provided, That upon the ex- Editor in charge
0.7 2,071
1
3,200
Field liaison officer
1
3,200
0.6 1, 929
piration of sixty days after the cessation of hostilities between the
Interviewer
_
5 16,200
5
16,100
1
3,227
United States and the principal enemy powers or after the date of
Machine methods examiner. _
1
1
3,200
3,200
0.1 462
an armistice between the United States and the principal enemy
Manual writer and editor
5.6 17,830
5.6 17,830
Organization and methods examiner..
1.1 3,688
powers, this appropriation shall cease to be available for obligations
Position classifier
1
3,200
3,200
unless Congress shall otherwise provide by law {Act of June 27,
Qualification consultant.._
1
3,200
3,200
19U, Public Law 358; Act of Dec. 22, 19M, Public Law 529).
Rating and reviewing examiner
6. 2 20,061
Rating examiner.
_
3
9,700
9,700
Estimate 1946, $7,032,000
Appropriated 1945, • $11,196,000
Recruiting representative
2.6 8,736
Staff assistant
1
3,300
° Includes $1,196,000 appropriated io the First Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1945*
Statistical methods examiner
1
3,200
1
3,200
0.1 329
Supervisor..
_
^
2
6,500
2
6,500
0.5 1,836
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
10 29,600
7. 9 23, 658
10 29,600
Obligations
60
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200.
57.6
63.5
156,800
165, 900
150, 879
By objects
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900.
28 65,600
28 65,600
22. 3 52,115
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual ,1944
117.6
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600.
141.9
119.5
239, 205
287, 500
239, 771
192.3
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160.
253.2
205.3
PEESONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL
350,030
461,108
370, 461
Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
283.5
Grade3. Range $1,620 to $1,980.
307.2
313.9
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years salary
461,002
499,483
508, 073
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
329.9
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800.
374.4
350.3
Chairman of committee
0 1 $889
476,654
540, 642
517, 663
1 $8,666
Chief, administrative services.
1
1
$8,000
8,000
5.5 6,876
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620,
2.3 3.213
5.3 6,670
Professional service—Continued.
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Training consultant
Medical officer
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Medical officer
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,680
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500




58

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Obligations

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION—Continued
Salaries and Expenses, Civil Service Commission (National Defense)—Continued.

By objects
Estimate, 1946

Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD—continued

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PEKSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Man- Total M a n - Total Man- Total
Professional service:
years _ salary years salary years salary
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
0.2 $1,643
Assistant chief of division
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
1 $5,600
1 $5,600
1
5,600
Civil service qualification examiner
2 11,200
2 11,200
Medical officer. _
Training specialist
8 45,400
8
45,400
3. 5 20, 259
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
2
9,200
9,200
Civil service qualification examiner. _.
3 13, 800
0.3 1,329
13, 800
Examiner-in-charge
4 19, 200
1.1 5,370
5 23, 800
Medical officer
1
0.2 1,239
4,600
4,600
1
Nursing consultant
7. 7 35,470
1
4,600
4,600
1
Recruiting representative
2
3 13, 800
9,200
Training adviser
_
4 18,400
4 18, 400
Training specialist
_
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
1
1
3,800
3,800
Assistant to chief
12 45,600
13 49, 400
Civil service qualification examiner...
11. 7 44,674
8 30, 400
8 30, 400
Civil service representative
1
3,800
2
Liaison officer
7,600
2
7,600
2
1
4,043
Medical officer
_
7,600
0.6 2,533
Organization and methods examiner..
0. 8 3,082
Resources and demand examiner
1
3,800
1
3,800
Staff assistant
1
3,800
1
3,800
Statistician
1
3,800
1
3,800
Training specialist
3
11,400
8 30,400
0.2 1,024
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
1
3,200
Attorney
_
_
1
3,200
1
3,200
1
Chief of section
3,200
15.9 52, 358
Civil service qualification examiner...
21.8 70, 260
21. 8 70, 260
0.2 578
Legal assistant
0.8 2,488
1
1
3,200
3,200
Medical officer
0.8 2,738
1
3,300
1
3,300
Personnel research assistant
0.8 2,819
89
1
3,200
1
3,200
Resources and demand examiner
0 7 2,338
.
Training specialist
33.1 86, 621
24. 6 64,103
33 86,300
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
28. 3 56, 810
32 64,500
34 68,500
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Subprofessional service:
0. 8 1, 703
4,000
4,000
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
2.2 3,976
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
10 13,380
5 7,153
12.5 16,660
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
9. 2 11,144
15 18,000
15 18,000
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500.
1, 307. 3
Total permanent, departmental... 1, 330. 2
1, 484. 3
2, 629,801
2, 825,498
3, 094,133
83.6
120, 937
22. 5 32,467
Part-time employment, departmental.
567, 865
547, 319
Overtime pay, departmental

Temporary employment, departmental._

All personal services, departmental. 1, 330. 2
1,413.4
1,484. 3
2, 825,498
3, 641,452
3, 351,070
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Regional director
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Associate regional director
_.
Chief of division
Director of recruiting
Manager of branch regional office
Personnel utilization consultant
_._
Recruiting representative...
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
_
_
Administrative officer
Assistant chief of division.
'
Assistant director of recruiting
Assistant regional director.
Associate chief of division
Associate regional director
Chief of division
Chief of section
Director of recruiting
Investigator- in-charge
Manager of branch regional office
Personnel utilization consultant
Position classifier
Recruiting representative
Veterans' Federal employment representative
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Administrative officer
Assistant chief of division
Assistant chief of section
Assistant director of recruiting
Assistant personnel utilization consultant
Assistant regional director
Chief of division.
_
Chief of section.
Field supervisor
,__
Investigator
_
__
In vestigator-in-charge
Manager of branch regional office
Personnel utilization consultant
Position classifier
Recruiting representative




Clerical, administrative, and fiscal serv- M a n years
ice—Continued.
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600—Con.
Staff assistant
1
Training officer..
_
_.
Veterans' Federal employment representative
1
3
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Administrative officer
Assistant chief of division
Assistant chief of section
Assistant director of recruiting
Assistant manager of branch regional
office
Assistant to assistant director inf
charge
_
2
Chief of division
8
Chief of office operations
5
Chief of section
Investigator

1. 3 8, 793
3

16, 800

16,800
2
6
1

11,200
33,600
5,6C0

4

18,400

18, 400

5
2

23,000
9,200

8

39,800

23, 000
9,200
23, 200
23, 000
18, 600

3. 2 18, 776
4. 4 24, 755
0.7 3,348
0.1 664
0. 5 2, 210
2.7 12,905
0. 5 2,198
0.3 1.354
1. 5 6, 989
1
4,600
3. 6 17,173
2. 8 12, 739
0.2 856
1.6 7,719
0.8 3, 539
9.1 41,258

27,600

2.5 11,654

7,800
22, 800

2.5 9,450
1.1 4,022
0. 6 2, 291
5. 3 20, 580

1

5,600

2
3

9,200
13,80G

4

18,600

7

4,600
9,200

32,200

6
2
5

5
1
3
1
2
4
3
13

7,800
19,000

Liaison representative
Local board utilization representativePersonnel officer
Personnel utilization representative. _.
Placement officer
Position classifier
Rating and reviewing examiner
Recruiting representative
Staff assistant
Training officer
Training specialist
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500.
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200.

19,000
3,800
11, 400
3,800
7,600
15,200
11,400
49, 400

5
1
3
3
2
2
14
27.5

19,000
3,800
11,400
11,400
7,600
7.600
53, 200
104,500

3,600

3,600

7,000
28,300
17,500

3,500
49,400
7,000
3,500

8

2
8
5

7,000
28,300
17,500

3
1
15
2

102,000
10,500
3,500
52,700
7,000

1

23
7
13

43, 200
7,000
6,400
3,200
12,225

19
88

43,900

Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980.

Professional service:
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Medical officer
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,680
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
Total permanent, field..
Temporary employment,
field
._
Part-time employment, field.-.
Overtime pay, field
Additional pay for foreign service, field

28,900
3,200
670,000

3,200

73,600
22,400

2
2
1
4
115.2

Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600.

Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800..

9
1
209

28,745

0.5 1,818
1.4 4,900

1
3,525
0.5 1,818
0.1 360
3. 7 13,136
33.1
115,911
13. 2 46, 664
1. 7 6,134
57.7
186, 348
0.2 791
1.1 3,680
2.8 9,466
9.5 31, 560
1.2 4,142
282.2
905,883
0.2 738

3,200
0.2

Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900.

Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160.

22, 500

9,600

3

""~9"""28,"966"
1
3,200
102.7
329, 840

304,010

178, 400
166.5
303, 609
324
528, 260
503.8
729, 882
73
92,100

36 115,200
14 44,800
149
478, 400
2
7,000
2
6,400
4 12,225
363.5
950,088
24
55, 900
155
312, 300
204
369, 380
367.9
599,325
594.7
860,859
75.1
94, 746

1.4 4,720
15 48,082
7. 6 24, 496
86.3
* 277,814
0. 5 1,974
4. 5 13, 277
638.7
1, 662,018
143.8
331, 470
139.6
279, 565
230.6
416,189
364.2
591,098
725
1,045,446
170.8
216, 555

8

30,400

8

30,400

11.1 42, 582

3
18

3,960
21,600

3
20

3,960
24,000

1.2 1,599
28.3 34, 674

3,079. 3
1,630. 2
2, 439. 7
6,780, 272
5,443,483
3,346, 086
41. 7 61,618
0.1 180
977, 216
1,426,095
6,425
4,055
16, 988

All personal services, field.
01

1, 630. 2
2,439. 7
3,121.1
6,427,124
8, 272, 220
3,363,074

Personal services (net)

2, 960. 4
4, 534. 5
3,924
6,188, 572
10, 068, 576
11, 623, 290

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Travel
Transportation of things...
Communication services...
Rents and utility services..
Printing and binding
Other contractual services.
Supplies and materials
Equipment

490,911
25, 405
107, 722
89, 307
42,136
19, 315
35,141
33, 491

687,190
28,481
121, 345
105,104
50, 000
35,180
49, 611
50, 513

Total other obligations.

843,428

1,127, 424

1, 063,871

7, 032,000

11,196, 000

12,687,161
3,544

7, 032, 000

11,196, 000

12, 690, 705

$4,493,948
1, 218,762
227,921

$6, 427, 262
2, 699,623
517, 258

$7,116, 918
3,657,907
452, 503

1,278
8,811
12,624
6,787
1,024
12,824
8,233

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance..
Total estimate or appropriation

0.3 1,024
3. 4 13, 026
14.2
54,824

1. Recruitment, placement, and personnel
utilization
2. Investigations
3. Personnel classification. _

0.3
2,3
3.2
1.8
0.3
3.3
2.2

3,500

22, 500
Assistant chief of divisionAssistant chief of section...
Chief of division
Chief of section
Chief of unit
Investigator

Total M a n - Total
salary years salary
$3,800
0.2 $1,024
3,800
15,200
0.3 1,277

3,500
3,500
3,500

53,000
Personnel utilization representative.,
Placement and liaison officer
Recruiting representative
Supervisor
_
Training officer
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Administrative assistant

Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620-

5.6 32,774
1. 2 7,093
7. 5 41, 860

Total Mansalary years
1
$3,800
1
11,400
4

640, 805
32, 550
128,932
91, 318
13, 300
12, 765
73,930
70, 271

B Y PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS

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Obligations

Claims, Judgments, and Private Relief Acts—

By projects or functions
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Retirement
Service records,-Council of Personnel Administration. _
Reduction in force
Executive and administrative activities
Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate or appropriation

$327,802
243,915

$386, 679
411, 499

519,652

588,573

519,172

7,032,000

11,196,000

12, 687,161
3,544

7,032, 000

11,196,000

12, 690, 705

$730,805
183,131
5,162
21,563

165,106

[No part of the appropriations herein made to the Civil Service
Commission shall be available for the salaries and expenses of the
Legal Examining Unit in the Examining and Personnel Utilization
Division of the Commission, established pursuant to Executive
Order Numbered 9358 of July 1, 1943.]
[During the fiscal year 1945, the Civil Service Commission is
authorized to pay from available appropriations actual transportation and other necessary expenses, and not to exceed $10 per diem
in lieu of subsistence to persons serving while away from their
permanent homes or regular places of business in an advisory capacity to the Commission with or without compensation from the
United States] (Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law 358; Act of
Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).

13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities: Obligations—1944, $9.07.

Total, Civil Service Commission, annual appropriations,
general account:
Estimate 1946, $264,885,000
Appropriated 1945, $218,703,500
Trust accounts:
Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund—
The Act of May 22, 1920 (41 Stat. 614), as amended, authorized
the establishment of the Civil Service retirement and disability
fund and the deposit therein of deductions from the salaries of,
and deposits for additional annuity by, employees and other members of the civil service retirement and disability fund and appropriated said fund for the payment of annuities, refunds, and
allowances to such members. Said fund is supplemented annually
by appropriation from the general fund of the Treasury (5 U. S. C.
700a).
Estimate 1946, a $661,195,943
Appropriated 1945, h $550,454,042
Revised 1945, b $573,042,222

" Includes $245,000,000 transferred from "Civil service retirement and disability appropriated fund" (general account), and $1,220,000 from District of Columbia contributions.
b
Includes $194,500,000 transferred from "Civil service retirement and disability
appropriated fund" (general account), and $1,290,875 from District of Columbia contributions.

PANAMA CANAL CONSTRUCTION ANNUITY FUND

Panama Canal Construction, Annuity Fund, Civil Service Commission—
Panama Canal construction annuity fund: For payment of
annuities authorized by the Act of May 29, 1944 (Public Law 319),
fiscal year [1945, $1,500,000, to be immediately available] 1946,
$1,443,000, together with the unexpended balance of the appropriation
under this head for the fiscal year 1945 (Act of June 28, 1944, Public
Law 375).
Estimate 1946, $1,443,000
Appropriated 1945, $1,500,000
12 Pensions, annuities, and insurance losses: Obligations—1946, $1,443,000; 1945,
$1,500,000.
CIVIL-SERVICE RETIREMENT AND DISABILITY FUND

Civil Service Retirement and Disability Appropriated Fund—
For financing of the liability of the United States, created by
the Act entitled "An Act for the retirement of employees in the
classified civil service, and for other purposes", approved Mav 22,
1920, and Acts amendatory thereof (38 U. S. C. 11), [$194,500,000]
$245,000,000, which amount shall be placed to the credit of the
"civil-service retirement and disability fund" (Act of June 27, 1944,
Public Law 358).
Estimate 1946, $245,000,000
Appropriated 1945, $194,500,000
16 Investments and loans: Obligations—1946, $245,000,000; 1945, $194,500,000; 1944,
$175,104,000.

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
12 Pensions, annuities, and insurance

losses

13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities
16 Investments and loans
Total obligations
1944 appropriation available in 1945

Total estimate or appropriation

$86,050,458
44, 731,457
530, 414, 028

$78, 227, 689
52, 779, 548
446,429,160

661,195, 943

577,436,397
- 4 , 394,175

$76,490,505
26, 675,156
390, 592,000
493, 757, 661
+4,394,175

661,195, 943

573,042, 222

498,151,836

Canal Zone Retirement and Disability Fund—
The Act of March 2, 1931 (46 Stat. 1477), authorized the establishment of the Canal Zone retirement and disability fund and the
deposit therein of deductions from the salaries of, and deposits for
additional annuity by, employees of the Panama Canal and of the
Panama Railroad Company on the Isthmus of Panama and other
members of said fund, and appropriated said fund for the payment
of annuities, refunds, and allowances to such employees. Said fund
is supplemented annually by appropriation from the general fund
of the Treasury.
Appropriated 1945, a $3,808,504
Estimate 1946, ° $3,143,933
Revised 1945, « $3,015,255
a

Includes $1,177,000 transferred from "Canal Zone retirement and disability appropriated fund" in both 1946 and 1945.

CANAL ZONE RETIREMENT AND DISABILITY FUND

Canal Zone Retirement and Disability Appropriated Fund—
For financing of the liability of the United States, created by
the Act entitled "An Act for the retirement of employees of the
Panama Canal and the Panama Railroad Company, on the Isthmus
of Panama, who are citizens of the United States", approved March
2, 1931, and Acts amendatory thereof (48 U. S. C. 1371n), $1,177,000,
which amount shall be placed to the credit of the "Canal Zone
retirement and disability fund" (Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law
358).
Estimate 1946, $1,177,000
Appropriated 1945, $1,177,000
16 Investments and loans: Obligations—1946, $1,177,000; 1945, $1,177,000; 1944,
$1,177,000.
ALASKA RAILROAD RETIREMENT AND DISABILITY FUND

Alaska Railroad Retirement and Disability Appropriated Fund—
For financing of the liability of the United States created by
the Act entitled "An Act for the retirement of employees of the
Alaska Railroad, Territory of Alaska, who are citizens of the United
States", approved June^ 29, 1936 (49 Stat. 2017), [$175,000]
$217,000, which amount shall be placed to the credit of the "Alaska
Railroad retirement and disability fund" (5 U. S. C. 745; Act of
June 27, 1944, Public Law 358).
Estimate 1946, $217,000
Appropriated 1945, $175,000
16 Investments and loans: Obligations—1946, $217,000; 1945, $175,000; 1944, $175,000.




Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

12 Pensions, annuities, and insurance
losses
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities
16 Investments and loans
Total obligations
1944 appropriation available in 1945
_
_
Total estimate or appropriation

$1, 224,698
536,812
1, 382, 423
3,143,933
3,143, 933

$1,144, 578
501,693
1,460, 202
3,106,473
- 9 1 , 218
3,015, 255

$1,116, 294
383,046
1, 227,000
2, 726, 340

+91,218
2,817, 558

Alaska Railroad Retirement and Disability Fund—
The Act of June 20, 1936 (49 Stat. 2017), authorized the establishment of the Alaska Railroad retirement and disability fund and
the deposit therein of deductions from the salaries of employees of
the Alaska Railroad, and other members of said fund, and appropriated said fund for the payment of annuities, refunds, and allowances to such employees. Said fund is supplemented annually by
appropriation from the general fund of the Treasury (49 Stat.
2021-2022).
b
Estimate 1946, « $477,590
Appropriated 1945, b $482,368
Revised 1945, $428,000
a
Includes $217,000 transferred from "Alaska Eailroad retirement and disability appropriated fund."
6
Includes $175,000 transferred from "Alaska Eailroad retirement and disability appropriated fund."

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Obligations

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION—Continued

By objects

Alaska Railroad Retirement and Disability Fund—Continued.
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn,

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
12 Pensions, annuities, and insurance
losses
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities
16 Investments and loans
Total obligations
1944 appropriation available in 1945
Total estimate or appropriation

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

$148,835
72,100
256, 655

$144,500
70,000
221, 220

$134,844
68, 724
203,000

477, 590

435, 720
-7,720

406, 568
+7, 720

477, 590

428,000

414, 288

Total, Civil Service Commission, trust accounts:
Appropriated 1945, $554,744,914
Estimate 1946, $664,817,466
Revised 1945, $576,485,477
EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION COMMISSION

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service—Continued.
Grade 9, Range $3,200 to $3,800—Con.
Chief, personnel section
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade?. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2-, Range $1,440 to $1,800
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
Professional service:
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Chief counsel.__
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Assistant chief counsel
Chief attorney
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Safety engineer
Attorney
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Chief statistician
Attorney
_
Research analyst
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate attorney
Grade 2, Range $2,600 to $3,200.
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620

Salaries and Expenses, United States Employees' Compensation
Commission—
Salaries and expenses: [For personal services in the District of
Columbia, including not to exceed $1,000 for temporary experts and
Total permanent, departmental
assistants in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, to be paid at a
rate not exceeding $8 per day, and for the personal services in the Overtime pay, departmental._
All personal services, departmental.
field; for furniture and other equipment and repairs thereto; lawbooks, books of reference, periodicals; stationery and supplies;
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD
traveling expenses; fees and mileage of witnesses; contract stenographic reporting services; rent in the District of Columbia for the Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
administration of the Act of May 17, 1928 (45 Stat. 600); and misDeputy commissioner
cellaneous items; $1,094,000] For all necessary administrative exGrade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Deputy commissioner
_
penses of the United States Employees7 Compensation Commission,
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
including personal services and rent in the District of Columbia; lawAssistant deputy commissioner
books, books of reference, periodicals; fees and mileage of witnesses,
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Administrative assistant
including experts; contract stenographic reporting services; mainteGrade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
nance and lepair of passenger automobiles; printing and binding, not
Examiner-investigator
to exceed $22,400; and not to exceed $13,000 for deposit in the general Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty mail as required by section 2
of the Act of June 28, 1944; $1,387,000, together with the unobligated Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
balance of the amount sf $272,480 available for administrative expenses
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
under the appropriation Employees' Compensation Fund, Relief,
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
fiscal year 1945: Provided, That section 3709, Revised Statutes, shall
not apply to any purchase or service outside continental United States
Total permanent, field
when the aggregate amount involved does not exceed $500.
Temporary employment, field
Overtime pay, field
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—Employees' Compensation Commis- Additional pay for foreign service, field.
sion, $12,025] (5 U. S. C. 782; 33 U. S. C. 901-950; 45 Stat. 600;
All personal services, field
42 U. S. C. 1651, 1701; Act of June 28, 1944, Public Law 373; Act of
Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law
Total, departmental and field
Estimate 1946, $1,387,000
Appropriated 1945, ° $1,472,025 Medical examinations
_
_._

Manyears

Total Man- Total Man- Total
salary years salary years salary

1
$3, 300
21,175
7
55 148, 775
10, 400
4
46, 625
22
37.5 69,000
55.5 95, 035
127
187, 535
33
41, 855

1
$3,300
6
18,275
49. 5 134, 475
4
10,400
22
46,625
36
66,300
57
94,995
124
183,627
31
39,345

1
5
50. 3
4
20.2
33. 5
60.4
136. 7
35. 5

$3,200
14,756
134, 772
10,189
42,471
60, 273
97,483
198,032
44, 577

6,750

6,500

5, 600
6,400

5,600
6,300

0.3
1

1,400

14, 500
4,800

5,300
4,800

1
1

5,200
4,750

4,000
16, 300

4,000
12, 200

0.9
2.5
0.4

3,477
9,291
1,583

3,300

3,300

1
0.2

3,250
400

6

7,812

9,510

9,510

376

768,210

360.8 725, 740
148,430

376

768,210

360.8 874.170 373.1 863,161

14, 000

2

13,850

12

71, 800

11.'5

68,900

10

46,000

10

46,000

5. 3 24, 532

10

38,800

9

34,600

8.9 33,771

19
2
11
16
11
34.7
22.8
1

62, 925
5,800
29, 700
36, 250
20, 715
60,
35,030
1,260

15.8
2
11
16

52,975
5,800
29,700
36,250
11
20,715
29. 9 50, 7 0
0 780
32,150
22
1
1,260

10.2 34,415

151. 5 422, 960
3
4,400

141. 2 392, 980
4,400
3
77, 570
1,450

1,450

373.1 718,625
144,536

2

13,374

10.7 63,267

9. 8
16.1
3.1
28.8
18.7
2. 2

25, 541
34,732
5, 290
48,641
27,087
2, 650

115. 8 313, 300
3. 5 4, 860
55, 596
736

154. 5 428, 810

144. 2 476, 400

119.3 374,492

530.5
1,197,020
10,000

505

1, 350, 570
10,000

492. 4
1, 237,653
5,506

530.5
1, 207,020

505

1, 360, 570

492.4
1, 243,159

a

Includes $346,000 transferred from "Salaries and expenses, military bases, United
States Employees' Compensation Commission (national defense)," and $20,000 transferred from "Printing and binding, United States Employees' Compensation Commission."
NOTE.—The unobligated balances of the funds available for administrative expenses in
the appropriation "Employees' compensation fund, relief," are consolidated with the
above appropriation. These balances are reflected in the schedule below.

01

OTHER OBLIGATIONS
02

04

Obligations

05
06

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

08
09

By objects

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Total Man- Total
Man- Total ManClerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
years salary years salary years salary
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Commissioner
3 $27,000
3 $27,000
3 $27,000
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Executive secretary
1
7,062
1
7,250
1
7,250
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Assistant secretary
1
5,600
1
5,800
1
5,800
Chief claims examiner
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
1
5,800
1
5,600
1
5,650
Administrative assistant in charge of
1. 2 4, 839
section
2
7,700
1. 8 6, 850
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Chief, audit and accounting division.
1
3,500
1
3,500
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
3,200
2. 5 8,100
3
9,700
Administrative assistant-..
3,250
1
3,300
1
3,300
Chief investigator
3,200
1
3,250
1
3,300
Assistant chief, claims section
3,258
Chief, audit and accounting division.




Personal services (net)

Travel
Transportation of things
Payment for penalty mail
Other communication services.
Rents and utility services
Printing and binding
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials.
Equipment-

96, 500
3,000
13,000
27,000
30, 640
22,400
12,000
10,000

89,640
3,000
12,025
28, 500
29, 200
24,900
69,393
14,000
9,820

77,007
2,521

18, 997
53, 629
9,118
3,428

Total other obligations..

283,437

280, 478

Grand total obligations..
1943 balance available in 1944..
1944 balance available in 1945..
1945 balance available in 1946..

1,490, 457

1, 641,048

-103,457

-272,480
+103,457

Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. -

1, 387, 000

1,472, 025

991,373
5,127

Total estimate or appropriation

1,387, 000

1,472, 025

996, 500

217, 285
1,460,444
-741, 551
+272, 480

Salaries and Expenses, Military Bases, United States Employees'
Compensation Commission (National Defense)—
[Salaries and expenses, military bases (national defense): For
all necessary expenses of the Employees' Compensation Commission
in administering (1) the Act of August 16, 1941, as amended (42

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U. S. C. 1651), making applicable the Longshoremen's and Harbor
Workers' Compensation Act (33 U. S. C. 901) to military, air, and
naval bases outside continental United States, (2) the Act of
December 2, 1942 (42 U. S. C. 1701), providing compensation and
other benefits for disability, death, and detention of certain employees, and (3) the Employees' Compensation Act of September
7, 1916 (5 U. S. C. 751), outside the continental United States,
including personal services; lawbooks, books of reference, and
periodicals; printing and binding; fees and mileage of witnesses;
stenographic reporting services, by contract or otherwise; purchase,
maintenance, operation, and repair of motor-propelled or horsedrawn passenger-carrying vehicles for use in the field; $346,000:
Provided, That section 3709, Revised Statutes, shall not apply to
any purchase or service outside continental United States when the
unit aggregate amount involved does not exceed $500] (Act of
June 28, 1944, Public Law 378).
NOTE.—-Appropriation under above title transferred to and consolidated under
"Salaries and expenses, United States Employees' Compensation Commission."

Printing and Binding, United States Employees' Compensation
Commission—
[Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the
Employees' Compensation Commission, $20,000] (31 U. S. C. 588;
Act of June 28, 1944, Public Law 378).
NOTE.—Appropriation under above title transferred to and consolidated under
"Salaries and expenses, United States Employees' Compensation Commission."

Employees' Compensation Fund—
Employees' compensation fund: [For the payment of compensation provided under "An Act to provide compensation for
employees of the United States suffering injuries while in the performance of their duties, and for other purposes", approved September 7, 1916 (5 U. S. C. 785), as amended, including medical
examinations, traveling and other expenses, and loss of wages
payable to employees under sections 21 and 22; all services, appliances, and supplies provided by section 9 as amended, including
payments to Army, Navy, and Veterans' Administration hospitals;
the transportation and burial expenses provided by sections 9 and
11; advancement of costs for the enforcement of recoveries provided
in sections 26 and 27 where necessary; and for payments authorized
by the Act approved December 2, 1942 (42 U. S. C. 1701), as
amended, rehabilitation expenses, and fees or payments to other
agencies of the United States and other public agencies or private
persons, agencies, or institutions, for services or facilities rendered
by them pursuant to agreement approved by the Commission,
accruing during the fiscal year 1945 or in prior fiscal years;
$13,950,000, of which not more than $700,000 shall be immediately
available for expenditure during the fiscal year 1944] For the payment of compensation and other benefits and expenses (except administrative expenses and except wage accruals authorized by the Act of
December 2, 1942, as amended) authorized by law and accruing during
the fiscal year 1946 or in any prior fiscal year, including payments
to other Federal agencies for medical and hospital services pursuant to
agreement approved by the Commission; the advancement of costs for
enforcement of recoveries in third party cases; rehabilitation expenses,
including fees or other payments to other agencies of the United States
and public or private agencies, including individuals, for services or
facilities rendered or furnished pursuant to agreement approved by the
Commission; the furnishing of medical and hospital services and
supplies, treatment, and funeral and burial expenses, including
transportation and other expenses incidental to such services, treatment,
and burial, to such enrollees of the Civilian Conservation Corps as
were certified by the Director of such Corps as receiving hospital
services and treatment at Government expense on June 30, 1943, and
who are not otherwise entitled thereto as civilian employees of the
United States, and the limitations and authority of the Act of September
7, 1916, as amended (5 U. S. C. 796), shall apply in providing such
services, treatment, and expenses in such cases; $13,575,000, together
with the unexpended balance of the appropriation Employees' Compensation Fund, Relief, fiscal year 1945, except the amount therein
available for administrative expenses (Act of June 28, 1944-, Public
Law 373).
Estimate 1946, « $13,575,000

Appropriated 1945, $13,950,000

o Excludes $3,000,000 transferred to "Wage accrual fund."
NOTE.—The unexpended balances of the appropriation "Employees' compensation
fund, relief," other than the funds available for administrative expenses, transferred to
and consolidated under the above appropriation.




Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945
Compensation benefits
Disability compensation
Medical and hospital treatment and supplies
Medical services, Government medical
facilities:
Veterans' Administration
War, medical
Navy, medical
Public Health Service, medical
Transportation for medical care
Death compensation
Burial expenses
Embalming and transportation
Court costs
Detention dependency benefits
War risk death benefits
Grand total obligations
Recoveries from payments..
_
Transferred to "Wage accrual fund"
Reappropriation of 1943 balance in 1944__.
Reappropriation of 1944 balance in 1945. _.
Reappropriation of 1945 balance in 1946...
Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance-.
Total estimate or appropriation

Actual, 1944

$5,075,000

$4,975,000

$5,031, 052

1,850,000

2,050, 000

1, 506, 240

104, 000
2, 000, 000
246, 430
85,000
60, 000
3, 750, 000
126, 500
11,500
1,000
1,000, 000
750, 000
15, 059,430
-75,000

109,000
2, 500,000
230, 000
100, 000
62,000
3,450,000
105, 000
10,000
1,000
1,100, 000
750, 000
15, 442, 000
-75,000
+200,000

96, 042
1, 585,056
55, 344
88,000
51, 637
3, 205,958
90, 086
6,152
2,334
714, 077

-1,409,430
13, 575, 000

- 3 , 026,430
+1,409,430
13,950, 000

13, 575, 000

13,950, 000

12, 431, 978
-101, 345
-4,861,433
+3,026,430
10,495, 630
54,370
10, 550, 000

Employees' Compensation Fund, Relief—
[For the payment of compensation benefits (including the
advancement of costs for the enforcement of third party recoveries,
and payments to other Federal agencies for medical and hospital
services) authorized by the Act of February 15, 1934 (5 U. S. C. 796),
extending the Act of September 7, 1916 (5 U. S. C. 751), to persons
rendering services as employees of the United States pursuant to
said Act of February 15, 1934, the Act of June 19, 1934 (48 Stat.
1056), and the several emergency relief and National Youth Administration appropriation Acts and .to veterans and other persons
included under title V of the Act of June 29, 1936 (49 Stat. 2035),
there is hereby reappropriated the unexpended balance of the
appropriation "Employees' compensation fund relief, 1944", of
which $272,480 shall be available for administrative expenses of the
Employees' Compensation Commission of which latter sum not to
exceed $75,000 may be added to the appropriation in this Act for
salaries and expenses, United States Employees' Compensation
Commission: Provided, That the Commission shall furnish medical
and hospital services and treatment and burial expenses, including
transportation and other expenses incidental to such services, treatment and burial, to such enrollees of the Civilian Conservation
Corps who may be certified by the Director of such corps as receiving
hospital services and treatment at Government expense on June 30,
1943, and who are not entitled thereto under the Act of September
7, 1916, as amended and extended, and the limitations and authority
of the Act of September 7, 1916, as amended, shall apply in providing
such services, treatment, and expenses] (15 U. S. C. 721-728; 16
U. S. C. 584%; Acts of June 28, 1944, Public Laws 372, 878).
NOTE.—The funds available under the above item for administrative expenses have
been transferred to and consolidated under "Salaries and expenses, United States Employees' Compensation Commission," and all other unexpended balances transferred
to and consolidated under "Employees' compensation fund."

Wage Accrual Fund—
Wage accruals: For the payment of wage accruals authorized
by the Act of December 2, 1942, as amended (42 U. S. C. 1701),
$3,000,000, to remain available until expended.
Estimate 1946, ° $3,000,000
• Transferred from "Employees' compensation fund."
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities
Received by transfer from "Employees'
compensation fund"
Total estimate or appropriation .._

$3,600,000

$200,000
-200,000

3,000,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

EMPLOYEES'

COMPENSATION

COMMISSION—Continued

Working Fund, Administration of District of Columbia Compensation Law (Act May 17, 1928)—
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate,1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
salary years

salary years

$6,300

1

$6,300

1

$6,200

4,000

1

4,000

1

3,800

13,750
5,400
7,635
12,540
22,055

4
2
4
7
14

13,750
5,350
7,635
12,540
22,105

4
13,599
2
5,200
3. 7 6, 885
6
10,388
10. 9 17, 329

33

71,680

33

71,680
14,115

Total permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental
01 Personal services (net)

.

33

71,680

33

85,795

308
487
5,142
296
6,610
535
325

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02
04
05
06
07
08
09

Travel
Communication services
Rents and utility services
Printing and binding
O ther contractual services
Supplies and materials
_
...
Equipment.
Total other obligations
Grand total obligations
Received by transfer from "Administrative expenses, compensation to injured
employees in the District of Columbia".
Estimated savings, unobligated balance-..
Total estimate or appropriation

300
700
5,150
500
7.000
500
750
14,900

14,900

13, 703

86, 580

100, 695

89, 497

- 8 6 , 580

-106,635
5,940

-90,095
598

Youth Work and Student Aid, National Youth Administration
(Transfer to United States Employees' Compensation Commission)—

Appropriated 1945, $15,422,025

Trust accounts:
Relief and Rehabilitation, Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers'
Compensation Act—
Trust fund created by section 44 of the Act of March 4, 1927
(33 U. S. C. 944), from the amount received as compensation for
death of an employee where no person is entitled to compensation
for such death and from fines and penalties collected; to be used for
the payment of additional compensation under the provisions of
subdivisions (f) and (g) of section 8 of the Act of March 4, 1927
(33 U. S. C. 908) U8 Stat. 1233).

28.6 75,794

300
700
5,150
500
7,000
500
750

Estimate 1946, $17,962,000

28.6 63,401
12, 393

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Deputy commissioner
_ ___ 1
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
1
Administrative assistant...
_._
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
4
Examiner-investigator
2
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
4
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
7
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
14
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800

salary

Total, Employees' Compensation Commission, annual appropriations, general account:

Estimate 1946, $50,000

Appropriated 1945, $111,000
Revised 1945, 100,000
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

12 Pensions, annuities, and insurance
losses..
_
1943 funds available in 1944
1944 funds available in 1945 . . .
1945 funds available in 1946

Cash and invested surplus
Total estimate or appropriation

$10,000
-579,833
+619,833
50, 000

$10,000
—489,833
+579,833
100,000

$8, 501
—318, 574
+489,833

179, 760

Relief and Rehabilitation, District of Columbia Workmen's Compensation Act—
Trust fund created by section 44 of the Act of March 4, 1927
(33 U. S. C. 944), from the amount received as compensation for
death of an employee in certain employments within the District
of Columbia where no person is entitled to compensation for such
death and from fines and penalties collected; to be used for the
payment of additional compensation under the provisions of subdivisions (f) and (g) of section 8 of the Act of March 4, 1927 (33
U.S. C. 908) (48 Stat.
Estimate 1946, $6,000

Appropriated 1945, $6,500
Revised 1945, $6,000

Obligations
By objects

Obligations

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Compensation benefits

Disability compensation
Medical and hospital treatment and supplies
Grand total obligations
Received by transfer from "Expenses of
liquidation, National Youth Administration"
Total estimate or appropriation

$500
1,000
1,500
- 1 , 500

Claims, Judgments, and Private Relief Acts—
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities: Obligations—1944, $116.55.

12 Pensions, annuities, and insurance
losses
1943 funds available in 1944, _ .
1944 funds available in 1945...
1945 funds available in 1946
Cash and invested surplus
Total estimate or appropriation

$3,000
- 6 4 , 344
+67,344
6,000

$3,000
- 6 1 , 344
+64, 344
6,000

$2,151
- 6 2 , 375
+61, 344
1,120

Total, Employees' Compensation Commission, trust accounts:
Appropriated 1945, $117,500
Estimate 1946, $56,000
Revised 1945, $106,000

Statement of proposed expenditures for purchase, maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger-carrying vehicles, for the fiscal year ending June SO, 1946, as required by 5 U. S. C. 78

EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION COMMISSION
Vehicles to be purchased (motor
unless otherwise
indicated)

Appropriation

Number
••

Salaries and expenses, United States
Employees' Compensation Commission.




Gross
cost

Old vehicles to be
exchanged

Total
Net cost
Old
mainteof vehi- vehicles nance, recles to still to pair, and
be pur- be used operation,
chased
Allowance
all vehicles
Number (estimated)
1

$500

Public purpose and users

Used by examiner-adjudicator stationed in Trinidad, British
West Indies, to handle local administration of compensation
benefits at scattered military projects in Trinidad.

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS

Obligations

COMMISSION

Salaries and Expenses, Federal Communications Commission—
Salaries and expenses: For salaries and expenses of the Federal
Communications Commission in performing the duties imposed by
the Communications Act of 1934, approved June 19, 1934 (48 Stat.
1064), the Ship Act of 1910, approved June 24, 1910, as amended
(46 U. S. C. 484-487), the International Radiotelegraphic Convention (45 Stat., pt. 2, p. 2760), Executive Order [Numbered] 3513,
dated July 9, 1921, as amended under date of June 30, 1934, relating
to applications for submarine cable licenses, and the radiotelegraphy provisions of the Convention for Promoting Safety of Life at
Sea, ratified by the President July 7, 1936, including personal
services, contract stenographic reporting services, rental of quarters,
newspapers, periodicals, reference books, lawbooks, special counsel
fees, supplies and equipment, improvement and care of grounds and
repairs to buildings (not to exceed [$5,000] $10,000), purchase
(not to exceed five), maintenance, operation, and repair of motorpropelled passenger-carrying vehicles for official use in the field,
travel expenses (not to exceed [$39,000, including not exceeding
$1,000 for expenses of attendance at meetings which in the discretion of the Commission are necessary for the efficient discharge
of its responsibilities] $66,000), not to exceed $16,000^ for deposit
in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty mail as required
by section 2 of the Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 364), reimbursements to ships of the United States for charges incurred by such
ships in transmitting information in compliance with section 357 of
the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, [$2,104,500]
$2,756,000, of which amount not to exceed [$1,341,000] $1,705,000
may be expended for personal services in the District of Columbia
[, including compensation of employees of the Interdepartment
Radio Advisory Committee].
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—Federal Communications Commission: Not to exceed $11,193 of the appropriation "Salaries and
expenses, Federal Communications Commission, 1945"] (Act of
June 27, 1944, Public Law 358; Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $2,756,000
Appropriated 1945, $2,104,500
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate,1945
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Professional service—Continued.
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Assistant general counsel
Assistant chief engineer
Chief of division
Assistant chief of division
Chief of section
Assistant to general counsel
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Assistant chief engineer
Chief of division
Assistant chief of division
Chief of section
Attorney.. _. _._ ......
Electrical engineer
Radio engineer
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Chief of section
Electrical engineer
Assistant chief of section,..
Attorney
E conomist
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Chief of section
Assistant chief of section
Radio engineer
Attorney
E conomist
.
Valuation engineer
Electrical engineer
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Attorney
Assistant chief of section
Research analyst
Chief of section
Associate engineer
Statistical analyst
Electrical engineer
Radio engineer
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Subprofessional service:
Grade 7. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620. __
Total permanent, departmental

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
years salary
Grade 16. In excess of $9,000:
6. 7 $66,194
6.4 $63,750
Commissioner
6.7 $66,194
Grade 15. Eange $8,000 to $9,000:
1
9,000
1
9,000
Chief accountant
..
1
9,000
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
7,500
Secretary of C ommission
7,500
1
7,500
7,500
7,500
Assistant chief accountant
2
15,000
6,500
6,500
Director of budget and planning
1
6,500
6,500
6,500
Director of personnel
1
6,500
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
5,600
4,543
Special counsel
6,200
6,200
Director of information
18, 000
23, 600
17,800
Chief of division
5,600
5,600
5,600
Special analyst
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
9,600
Special counsel
5,000
1
5,000
1
5,000
Chief of division
4
18,724
4.8 22,431
4
18,800
Assistant chief of division
1. 3 5,968
1
4,800
1
4,800
Chief of section
1
4,600
1
4,600
Special assistant
1
4,600
Accountant
0. 4 1,920
Assistant secretary to Commission
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
5.1 20, 451
6
24,000
5.7 22, 695
C onfidential assistant
8,000
8,000
2
2
2
8,000
Chief of division
8.6 33, 854
9.7 37,469
9.6 37,960
Chief of section
2
7,600
2
7,600
7,600
2
Accountant
3,800
1
3,800
1
Budget analyst
Rate examiner
2. 2 8. 504
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
3,500
3,500
Assistant chief of division
1
3,500
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
1
3,400
3,400
3,400
Chief of division
1
3,200
3,200
3,200
Assistant chief of division
6,400
4.8 15, 529
Chief of section
3,200
3,200
812
1
0.3
Assistant chief of section
3,200
3,200
1
Administrative assistant
3,200
3,200
1
Assistant to director of information..
12, 900
3.3 10,636
6.7 21,952
Accountant
3,200
3,200
0. 5 1, 600
1
Analyst
9,700
3,200
0.8 2, 548
3
Rate examiner
5,800
5,800
1
2,900
2
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
56, 076 15.5 40,175
26.8 72,183
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
57,037
51,915
16.2 37,085
24
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900. -.
54. 6 113, 690
87, 093 36. 4 72, 835
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
106.4 195, 784
70. 7 130, 006 68. 2 122, 850
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
88. 2 144, 998
36.3 59,745
59.6 97,153
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
18.1 26, 099 20.5 29,550
28.8 41,699
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
1
1,260
1
1,260
1.4 1, 750
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
9,000
9,000
9,000
General counsel
9,000
9,000
9,000
Chief engineer




Man-

Overtime pay, departmental-

Manyears
3
2
5.8
2
3
1
1
3
8.6
4
4
2

Total Man- Total M a n salary years salary years
$22,500
$22, 500
3
15,000
15,000
3
19,500
37,385
2.7
13,000
1
13,000
20,000
20,000
2.5
1
6,500
6,500
5,600
16,800
49,464
23,600
22,400
11,200

12.5 57, 516
7.7 35,468
4,600
1
12.5 58, 666
2
9,200
2
6.7
8.6
14.4
2
1
2

Actual, 1944

7,600
25,499
32,784
54,832
7,600
3,800
7,600

9.6 31,634
1
3,300
1
3,200
1
3,200

Total
salary
$22, 500
22, 500
19, 396
6,500
16,229
6,500

1
5,600
1
6,400
3
16,800
4.8 27,612
18, 000
3

2.6
1
3.1
4.1
3

6.6 30,639
2
9,200

7.5 34,659
3
13,800

9.5 45,580

9.9 47,250

4
15,200
1
3,800
4. 7 18,156

3.8 14,312
1. 5 5,645
6.2 23,600

4

13,600

4.9 16, 256

"I

3,200

15,542
>,250
16,972
23,102
18,000

~4.~5~l4,~472
2
6,400
3
9,700
9.6 31,059
9. 6 25,882
8,000
4
2,300
4,000
5,580
1
1,620
19.2 26,285
583.2
1, 703, 591

4.8 12,577

4. 5 11, 640
2
4,060

2
3,988
1
1,800
1,620
1
1
1,500
19.1 25,929
11.6 15,206
364
1, 081, 530
1, 078, 202
171, 371
167,351

358.6
364
All personal services, departmental. 583.2
1, 245, 553
1, 252,901
1, 703, 591
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
0.7 3,983
1
5,600
Accountant in charge
5,600
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
13,800
2.4 11,822
3
13,800
Accountant
-.
14, 200
3
14,200
Accountant in charge
3
14,200
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
6.7 25,944
6.7 26,074
6.8 26,825
Accountant
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
9.4 30,826
7.6 25, 276
Accountant
--. 12.5 41,316
7,900
3.6 9,448
10, 500
3
4
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
4,900
1.6 3,752
4,900
2
2
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
2.6 5,268
5.7 11, 732
12.5 25, 211
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600.
19.8 36, 535
45,035 20.1 37,886
24
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
29.1 48,279
41.2 69, 307 29.6 49,904
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
12,476
12
9.6 13,919
17, 588
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
3.6 20,476
4
23,600
23, 600
Inspector in charge
16, 800
Attorney
_
5,600
Supervisor
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
9
41,733
7.7 38,152
7.6 37,962
Inspector in charge...
18,400
4
• Electrical engineer
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
13.4 51,887
10.4 40,987
17.3 66,910
Inspector
12.4 48,072 11.1 43,362
12.5 48, 313
Inspector in charge
3,800
Electrical engineer
1
3,800
Attorney
1
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
25.8 84,794 25.3 82,097
43.1 141,585
Inspector
1
3,400
1
3,400
2
6,800
Inspector in charge
48. 5 127,777
44.1 116,757 37.4
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
1
2,000
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
1
1
1,860
1,680
1
1,860
Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040
2
3,000
1. 6 2,453
19.2 29,333
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
5. 7 7, 726
6.3 8,361
11. 5 15,472
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
291.9 807,044 200. 6 570,448 209. 8 582,852
Total permanent, field
3,367
2,500
3,500
Overtime pay, field, Public Law 20
110,968
105,271
Overtime pay, field, Public Law 49
4,673
4,065
4,870
Additional pay for foreign service, field..
All personal services, field. _
291.9 815,414 200. 6 682,892 209.8 701,252
01

Personal services (net)

875.1
2, 519,005

573.8
559.2
1,946,805
1,935, 793

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION—Continued
Salaries and Expenses, Federal Communications Commission—Con.
Obligations
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Total other obligations

$64,050
9,000
16, 000
22, 000
41, 984
23,961
22, 500
37, 500

$37,016
6,800
11,193
21, 200
24, 035
20, 785
19, 697
27, 981

$32,113
7,348
21,156
15,770
24, 873
28,003
16, 922

236, 995

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance ..
Total estimate or appropriation

168, 707

146,185

2, 756,000

2,104, 500

2, 756,000

2,104, 500

2, 092, 990
7,010
2,100, 000

$1, 317, 343
383, 604
469,075
139,769
10, 398
35, 800
36,911
363,100

$902,126
269, 749
382,387
150, 304
17,063
35,979
37, 597
309, 295

$924,880
254, 387
398,135
136, 684
18,314
34, 553
35, 371
290, 666

2,756,000

2,104, 500

2,092, 990
7,010

B Y PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Engineering department
Law department
Accounting department
Commissioners
Information
Personnel
Budget and planning
Secretary .

- .

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

2,756,000

2,104, 500

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

By ubjects

02 Travel 03 Transportation of things
04 Payment for penalty mail
Other communication services
05 Rents and utilitv services
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
_.
09 Equipment _

Obligations
By objects

2,100,000

Printing and Binding, Federal Communications Commission—
Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the Federal
Communications Commission, [$16,700] $21,000 (Act of June 27,
19U, Public Law 358).
Estimate 1946, $21,000
Appropriated 1945, $16,700
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
06 Printing and binding
_
Estimated savings, unobligated balance_

$21 ,000

$16,700

$19,180
420

Total estimate or appropriation

21 ,000

16,700

19,600

Salaries and Expenses, Federal Communications Commission
(National Defense)—
Salaries and expenses, national defense: For all expenses necessary to enable the Federal Communications Commission, without
regard to section 3709 of the Revised Statutes, to perform its functions related to national defense, including radio monitoring and
foreign broadcast analysis, including all of the items of expenditure
for which the appropriation "Salaries and expenses, Federal Communications Commission", is available and not to exceed $9,000
for sala^ of Director of the Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service;
not to exceed $40,000 for the temporary employment of persons or
organizations, by contract or otherwise, without regard to the civil
service and classification laws and, in the case of language or other
experts, without regard to any requirements of this Act with respect
to citizenship, wiiere citizens qualified to perform such work are
not available; and not to exceed [$24,200] $33,800 for printing and
binding, [$4,191,143] $2,430,000: Provided, That upon the expiration of sixty days after the cessation of hostilities between the
United States and the principal enemy powers or after the date of
an armistice between the United States and the principal enemy
powers, this appropriation shall cease to be available for obligations
unless Congress shall otherwise provide by law (Act of June 27,
19U, Public Law 358).
Estimate 1946, $2,430,000
Appropriated 1945, $4,191,143
Obligations
By objects

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal serv- Manice—Continued.
years
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Chief of division
1
Chief of section
4

Total Mansalary years
$4,600
18,400

Accountant
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Assistant chief of division
Chief of section
Chief of unit
Editor
News editor
Rate examiner
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
M onitor
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Assistant chief of division
Chief of section
Accountant
Rate examiner
Editor
News editor
Editorial assistant
Monitor
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500..
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200..
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900..
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600..

3
1
4
4
13. 5
8. 8
19.4

Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160.

33.1

Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980.
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800...
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Director
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Chief of division
Assistant chief engineer
Assistant director
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Chief of division
Assistant chief of division
Chief of section
Analyst_
Attorney
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Assistant chief of division
Chief of section
Assistant chief of section
_.
Foreign affairs analyst
Economist
Electrical engineer.
Inspector
Supervisor
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Assistant supervisor
Chief of section
Assistant chief of section
Foreign affairs analyst
Economist
Electrical engineer
Radio engineer
Valuation engineer
Attorney
Attorney investigator
Special counsel
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Chief of section
__
Assistant chief of section
Foreign affairs analyst
Statistical analyst
Electrical engineer
Radio engineer
Monitoring officer
_
__
Attorney
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Sub professional service:
Grade 7. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
Total permanent, departmental

3,800
4.8 18,430
4 15,200

1

$4,600
18,400
4,600

1
3,800
1
3,800
1
3,800
4.8 18,033
7.6 28, 852

2.8
$12,830
0.7 3,247
4,600
3. 9 14, 702
8 30,517
0.7 2,683

7,000

3

9,600

9,600
3,200
12,800
11,600
35,307
20, 370
38,993
59, 654

52.3
84, 857
39.7 57,268
5.8 7,333

6,400
9,800
3,600
3,300
9,600
12,800
6,400
12,800
15.2 44, 037
26. 7 69, 758
21.9 50, 586
36.4
72,984
68.8
123,912
110.6
179,035
59.8 86,158
3
3,780

2
6,400
3
9,800
1
3,200
1
3,200
4.6 14,806
5.1 16, 335
4.3 13,933
4.1 13, 016
26.1 75,830
34. 9 91, 961
32. 2 77, 282
54.9
121, 092
94.1
196,198
149.5
260, 592
45. 8 68,116
1. 4 1, 771

9,000

1

9,000

1

1

7,500

1
1

6,500
7,500

1.9 12,363
0.6 3,876
0. 9 5, 863

2
1

11,200
5,600

2
1
3

11,200
5,600
16,800

4
2

18,400
9,200
4,600

1

4,600

1

3,800

2

7,600

"I

3,800

4. 8 15, 520
3
9,900
8. 7 27, 936
5. 8 15,132

5,600
3,944
8,383
6,000

5. 7 26,195
7. 6 34, 926
3 13,800
2
9,200
2
9,200
2
9,400
1
4,600
1
4,600

4. 9
6. 6
0.5
1.7
1.2
1.9
1
1

22, 509
30, 456
2,324
7,833
5, 537
8,878
4,600
4,600

11, 400
11, 400
3,800
3, 800
7,600
3,800
3,800
4. 8 18,033
1
4,400
1
3,800

3
2
1
1
2.5

11, 400
7,645
3,800
3,800

1
3,200
1
3,300
6. 7 21, 259
3
3,200
3
9,700
11. 4 37,109
5.7 18,222
2
6,500
17. 2 45,176
6,000
3
1

1, SCO
1
9.7 12.862

1 1,500
8. 6 11, 337

257.4

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual , 1944

0. 9 3, 452
2.2 8,375

4. 2 13, 363
1.9 6,049
1
3,200
11. 5 36, 938
6. 0 19,103
4.3 13,817
9. 8 25, 301
6.1 15,706

2,300

"3~"~5,~526~

257.4

9,000

1.5
1
0.7
1.5
1

1,920

1

Overtime pay, departmental
All personal services, departmental.

1
4

Total M a n - Total
salary years salary

2.9
3 8
0. 9

5, 787
6, 885
1,303

12.7 16,704
6. 7 8, 039

599, 882

502.5
1, 201,112
231, 980

594.4
1, 412, 358
281, 413

599, 882

502.5
1, 433, 092

594.4
1, 693, 771

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total ManClerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
1
$6 200
Director of information
1
5,600
1
Assistant to director




Total Man- Total
salary years salary
$5,600

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400Field correspondent
__.
Assistant field correspondent Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
C h ief field correspondent

5,600
1

4,600

2.9 13,260

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Obligations

Obligations

By objects

By projects or functions
Estimate, 1946

Estimate, 1945

Actual, 1944

Man- Total
years salary

M a n - Total Man- Total
years salary years salary

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD—continued

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service—Continued.
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Field correspondent
Editor
Editorial assistant
Grade 10. Ranse $3,500 to $4,100:
Field correspondent
Monitor
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Accountant
Field correspondent
Editor
Monitor
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
_.

5.8 $22,116
2
7,600
1
3,800

1
1
14. 5
33. 9
4
49.3

Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160..

32

Monitoring officer in charge-.
Intercept officer
Inspector
Attorney
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200.
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Subprofessional service:
Grade 8. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 7. Range $2,300 to $2,900*
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 6. Range $1,860 to $2.220
Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
__
Unclassified

9.7
1

3,200
3,200
46, 559
98, 453
10,400
113,779
67, 899
59,654
16, 878
1,440

All personal services, field
01

Personal services (net).

02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09

Travel
Transportation of things--Communication services...
Rents and utility services..
Printing and binding
Other contractual services,
Supplies and materials
Equipment.Total other obligations.

3
3
1

10, 200
9 600
3, 200

0.3
976
6
19, 505
2.3 7,361

6.8 19, 539
6.8 17,517
65.5
150, 538
56.9
114, 059
72.3
130,229
34.7
56, 943
12.5 18,018

4 11,625
7.5 19,718
9.2
21,182
255.4
510,801
87.9
158, 263
80.2
129, 746
12.5 18,175

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Engineering department
Law department-..
Accounting department
Commissioners
Information
Personnel
Budget and planning
Secretary
Foreign broadcast intelligence service.
Radio intelligence division

Grand total obligations
Adjustments (see objects schedule for detail)
Total estimate or appropriation

$3, 500
2,000

Actual, 1944

4, 550
7,452
26, 250
27,100
95,148
1,175. 626
1,098,000

$424, 739
98,179
100, 540
18, 293
2,478
48, 385
36,334
204,879
1, 564, 389
1, 754, 298

$539, 263
142, 782
68,354
11,841
131
38, 332
27,132
160, 550
2,027, 424
2, 704, 267

2,439,626

4, 252, 514

5, 720,076

- 6 1 , 371

+45, 238

4,191,143

2,430,000

5, 765, 314

Working Fund, Federal Communications) Commission (Advance
From Office of Censorship)—
Obligations

By objects
6,500
6,500
5,600
11,200

9. 7 45, 589
9~666

~2

2
2

1
1

1
4,600
8.7 40,811
3 13,800
1
4,600

1
1.6
1
1.7
0.3

6,500
10,412
5,600
9,526
1,662

1.9
0. 3
10
2
2. 6
1

8,766
1, 371
45,720
9,039
11,834
4,709

3,800
7,600
7,600
3,800
> 36, 576
15,400
9. 6 36, 576
1
3,800

3 11,597
11. 3 42,801
3 11,561
2
7,682
2.6

1
58.3

3,300

192,126
16.4 55,025

1
3,300
77.1
249, 298
20. 2 66, 606
18. 3 59, 869

60.1

161, 890
1

235, 721
2,000

9. 7 25, 220
2
4,600

2
2

19. 3 29, 444
7. 7 10, 280
3
3,600
26 25,873

113.7
9. 3
18
2
4
160.3

9.7 9,312
1,114,450
126, 560
16.3
1, 241,010
653.7
1,840,892

603.9
1, 523, 036
303, 249
61, 513

$5,941

1,710
990
180

1,388
888
198

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02 Travel
03 Transportation of things
08 Supplies and materials

2,880

Grand total obligations
Advanced from Office of Censorship
Estimated savings, unobligated balance

2,474

9,000
- 9 , 000

Total other obligations

8,415
-8,500
85

Total estimate or appropriation

Foreign Service Pay Adjustment, Appreciation of Foreign Currencies (Federal Communications Commission)—
Obligations

365, 566
29, 852
57,638
6,302
12,608

417,011
6.3 12,823

0.9
2.6
26. 8
8
4.3
21.1

$6,120

01 Personal services (net)

8,382

13. 5 35,036
1
2,300

3,000
2,640

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

2
7,600
3 11,348
5. 3 20,280

9. 7 38, 411
"II."6 46,559

6,500
6,500

2 * 11, 200
2 11, 200
2 11,200

7,600
7,600

Total permanent, field..
Temporary employment, field.
Overtime pay, field ....
Additional pay for foreign service, field

3.800

3,500

7,000

33.9

Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800. _
Professional service:
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Supervisor
Technical supervisor
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Field correspondent.
__
Supervisor
Attorney
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Field correspondent
Supervisor
Area supervisor
Assistant supervisor
Attorney
Senior political analyst
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Foreign affairs analyst
News editor
Radio engineer
Monitoring officer
Monitoring officer in charge
Inspector
Traveling supervisor
Assistant supervisor
Attorney, investigator
Field correspondent
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Traveling supervisor
Radio engineer
Monitoring officer

8 $30,175

1

Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600..

Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980..

6.8 $25.603
3 11,400
1
3.800

Estimate,1946 Estimate, 1945

1,624
4,346
40, 304
10,646
5. 304
20,325

910.1
2,165, 326
13.3 24,397
443, 994
95,217

603.9
923.4
1, 887, 798
2, 728,934
, 106. 4
,517.8
3, 320,890
4, 422, 705

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

02 Travel
Received by transfer from appropriation
under above title..
Total estimate or appropriation

$51
-51

Claims, Judgments, and Private Relief Acts—
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities: Obligations—1844, $411.67.

Total, Federal Communications Commission, annual appropriations, general account:
Estimate 1946, $5,207,000
Appropriated 1945, $6,312,343

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Grand total obligations
Reimbursements for services performed. _.
Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance...
Total estimate or appropriation
602000—45-




86, 700
14, 500
307,826
53. 468
33,800
13, 295
66, 235
22,910
598, 734

94,992
15,842
588, 448
73, 356
24, 200
22, 944
91,316
20, 526
931, 624

132, 275
53, 526
652. 836
99, 097
50, 369
54,142
173,900
81,226
1, 297. 371

2,439, 626
-9,626
2, 430, 000

4, 252, 514
-61,371
4,191,143

2,430,000 j

4,191,143

5, 720. 076
-72,944
5, 647,132
118.182
5, 765, 314

Trust account:
International Telecommunication Settlements, Federal Communications Commission—
This fund represents collections made by the Federal Communications Commission tor reimbursement to ships of United
States registry, of tolls pertaining to international telecommunications in compliance with the Communications Act of 1934 (48 Stai.
1224).
Estimate 1946, $7,500
Appropriated 1945, $15,000
Revised 1945, $7,500
13

Refunds, awards, and indemnities: Obligations—1946, $7,500; 1945, $7,500;
1944, $4,687.

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Statement of proposed expenditures for purchase, maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger-carrying vehicles, for the fiscal year ending June 30,1946, as required by 5 U. S. C. 78

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

Appropriation

Vehicles to be purchased (motor
unless otherwise
indicated)

Salaries and expenses, Federal Communications Commission.

5

Gross
cost
$5,000

Net cost
of vehicles to
be purAllowance chased

5

5,000

Total
maintenance, repair, and
operation,
all vehicles

56

$11,800

18,570

175

30,370

Number (estimated)
5

$1,000

$4,000

Salaries and expenses (national defense), Federal Communications
Commission.
Total

Old
vehicles
still to
be used

119

Number

Old vehicles to be
exchanged

5

1,000

4,000

Public purpose and users

Used by inspectors, monitoring officers, engineers, and similar
field personnel concerned with investigating unlawful radio
activities, monitoring, conducting examinations, and carrying
out other provisions of the Communications Act.
Do.

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Administrative Expenses, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation—
Not to exceed $3,310,000 of the funds of Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation, established hy the Banking Act of 1933 and section 101
of the Banking Act of 1935, as amended {12 U. S. C. 264), shall he
available during the fiscal year 1946 for administrative expenses of
the Corporation in connection with the above Acts and the administration of the Federal Credit Union Act, as amended (12 U. S. C.
1751-1771) in accordance with Executive Order 9148 of April 27,
1942; including personal services and rent in the District of Columbia;
printing and binding; law books and books of reference; rental of news
services; periodicals and newspapers; temporary employment of persons
or organizations by contract or otherwise for legal or other special
services, including audits, without regard to section 3709 of the Revised
Statutes and the civil service and classification laws; uniforms and
equipment for guards; and not to exceed $15,878 for deposit in the
general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty mail as required hy
section 2 of the Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 364): Provided,
That all expenses of the Corporation in connection with the protection
of depositors by making of loans or purchases of assets or the payment
of insured depositors, or the collection, liquidation, management, or
protection pending liquidation of assets of insured banks by the Corporation as receiver, pledgee, or purchaser, shall be considered as
nonadministrative expenses for the purposes hereof: Provided further,
That notwithstanding any other provisions of law, except for the
limitations in amounts hereinabove specified, the administrative expenses, and all other expenses and obligations of the Corporation shall
be incurred, allowed, and paid in accordance with the provisions of
said Banking Act of 1935, as amended.
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary
Grade 16. In excess of $9,000:
Director
2 $20,000
2 $20,000
Executive officer
12
1 10,000
1 10,000
Consultant
1 10,000
1 10,000
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
3 26,000
2. 9 25,100
Special assistant to director
Acting chief, division of liquidation--.
1
8,500
1
8,500
Chief, division of liquidation
1
8,700
1
8,700
Fiscal agent
1
7,750
1
7,750
Supervising claim agent
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
1
6,500
1
6,500
Assistant executive officer
Special assistant to director
6,625
6,750
Supervising liquidator
6,600
Principal liquidator at large_
6,600
Chief, audit division
6,500
6,500
Supervising liquidation accountant. _.
7,000
7,000
Liquidator
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Assistant executive officer
5,600
5,600
16,800
16,800
Associate supervising liquidator
5,800
5,700
Supervising claim agent
5,600
5,600
Director of personnel
6,400
6,400
Principal review examiner
5,800
5,800
Assistant chief, division of liquidation
5,600
• 5, 600
Chief, service division
Chief, audit section
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
9,200
9,200
Credit union review examiner
_.
4,600
4,600
Principal liquidator at large.
Principal assistant supervising liqui18,450
dator
18,600
Head securities liquidation analyst..
4,600
4,600
4,600
Associate supervising claim agent
4,600
5,400
Assistant to board of directors
5, 400




Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945

Actual, 1944

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal serv- Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
ice—Continued.
years salary years salary
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400—Con. years salary
Senior administrative officer
1 $4,800
$4,800
1 $4,800
Secretary to corporation
4,600
0.2 833
1
4,600
Assistant chief of personnel
0.7 3,641
Chief, service section...
0.7 3,258
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Senior liquidator at large
4,400
4,400
1.8 8,066
Senior assistant supervising liquidator
4 15,200
15, 200
4.7 18,050
Assistant supervising claim agent
1
4,400
1
4,400
4,400
Principal claim agent
2.1 8, 750
2
8,400
8,400
Chief, membership relations subsection
4,600
4,600
Assistant chief, service section
3,800
3,800
Chief, statistical service unit
3,800
3,800
1.3 5,150
Personnel assistant
8,400
8,400
1.9 8.033
Principal accountant and auditor
13,000
13,000
2
9,200
Principal fiscal accountant
8,400
8,250
2
8,000
Administrative assistant to chief of
division
1
3,800
3,800
Assistant chief, audit division
4,600
1
4,600
Chief clerk
1
4,200
4,200
1
4,200
Secretary of corporation
0.8 3,167
Administrative officer
4,400
1
Auditor in charge, general audit unit..
0.6 2,430
Chief, field audit unit
_._.
0.6 2,682
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Auditor in charge, general audit unit- _
1
1
3,900
3,900
3,900
Associate investigator
0.2
608
3,550
1
3,600
Chief, review unit
0.3 1,025
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Liquidator at large
3,300
3,250
1.8 5,932
Assistant supervising liquidator
3,425
3,500
3,400
Claim agent
3,300
3,300
3,200
Actual, 1944
Auditor in charge, pay-off and receivership audit unit
_
3,^00
3,200
3,200
Chief, analysis unit
_
3,250
3,200
3,300
Chief, receivership accounting and
Man- Total
bookkeeping unit...
3,300
3,250
0.8 2,618
years salary
Accountant and auditor
8.3 28, 243
23,800
23, 675
Associate fiscal accountant
3,300
3,300
2 $20,000
Secretary to chairman
3,233
3,200
3,200
1
1 10,000
Personnel assistant
1.2 4,000
0.9 9,694
Auditor in charge, fiscal audit unit__.
0.8 2,562
Assistant chief, audit division
0.2 1,013
1.3 11,792
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500.__
5,262
2
5,800
2
5,800
1 8,104
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
24 65,800
24.' 7 67; 096
24 65,450
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
14 33,100
10.4 24,963
14 32,900
1
8,700
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
37 77,900
39. 6 82, 273
37 77,375
1
7,750
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
._
71
56.2
71.8
103,350
130,860
131,430
0.3 1,933
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980..
143.9
140.5
143.5
0.7 4, 333
232,174
239,442
238, 773
6,500
1
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800.-_
63.2 94,038
73 107,069
63. 5 94,860
1.9 11,600
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
2
2,520
2
2,520
3 3,861
0.5 3,054
Professional service:
7,000
1
Grade 9. In excess of $9,000:
0.2 1,531
General counsel
1 10,000
10,000
10,000
Chief, division of liquidation. _
0.8 7,500
1.6 9,408
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
3 16,800
Chief, division of research and sta1
5, 600
tistics.
8,000
8,000
0.8 6,396
Acting chief, division of examination0.8 4,551
8,250
8,250
1
8,250
6,400
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
1
5,600
Head attorney
1
1
7,500
1
7,500
1
7,500
Chief review examiner
0.3 1,675
2 14,000
2 14,000
Chief, division of research and sta2 14,000
0.5 3,033
tistics
2
9,346
0.2 1,562
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
1.4 6,891
Principal attorney
40,400
6.6 38,160
3.4 21,408
Principal economist
23,200
4 23,200
3. 2 14, 950
Principal review examiner
24,500
4 24,500
3.9 22,116
1
4,600
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
3.9 24,083
0.9 4,250
Principal trust department review
1
5,400
examiner
5,400
5,400
5,400

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Obligations

Obligations

By objects

By objects
Estimate, 1946

Estimate, 1945

Actual, 1944

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—C0I1.

Man- Total Man- Total M a n - Total
Professional service—Continued.
years salary years salary years salary
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400—Con.
2 $9,800
Senior review examiner
1.9 $9,045
2 $9,800
1.6 7,470
Senior attorney
Senior trust department review ex0.7 3,412
aminer
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
3.1 12, 777
3
12,600
2.8 11,840
Attorney
1
4,400
1
4,400
Senior review examiner
0.8 3,040
1
3,800
Economist
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
1
0 9 3,099
1
3,200
3,200
Associate attorney
Associate economist
0 9 3,142
1
1
3,400
3,400
3,400
Review examiner
3,200
1
3,200
Librarian^. _
:
3
7,954
7,850
3
7,900
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
2,100
1
2,100
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
2.7 5,605
Subprofessional service:
2,500
1
2,575
2,600
1
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
2.8 5,064
5,400
5,385
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980
3
Crafts, pretective, and custodial service:
2.7 5,045
7,560
4
7,560
4
Grade 6. Range $1,860 to $2,220
1.8 3,024
2
3,390
2
3,420
Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040
35. 9 55, 965
32. 8 49, 889
36 56,400
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860.
_..
32 43,665
28 37,342
32 43, 800
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620.
__.
2
2,400
3.4 4,193
2
2,400
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
Total permanent, departmental
Temporary employment, departmental..
_.
Overtimepay, departmental
All personal services, departmental..

1, 340, 512
10,000

546.9
1, 332, 241
5 10,000
245,165

531.9
1, 292, 913
2.4 7,144
229, 728

552
1, 350, 512

551.9
1, 587,406

534.3
1, 529, 785

547
5

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Head credit union examiner
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Credit union examiner
Senior administrative assistant
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
__.
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620.
_..
Professional service:
Grade 9. In excess of $9,000:
District supervising examiner
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
District supervising examiner
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Assistant district supervising examiner
_.
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Assistant supervising examiner
Assistant district supervising examiner
Head bank examiner
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Principal bank examiner,._
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Senior bank examiner..

10,700

10, 625

2. 5 9,114

8
26,300
1
3,500
1
2,900
22. 6 62,160
10 23,100
24.9 51, 280
11 22,580
36 63,260
92
143, 340

26,100
3,450
2,900
57, 700
16,175
39, 255
22,485
62,885

10. 2 32,891
1
3,400
1
2,900

3

2

19,000

2

19,000

2

7

61,250

7

61,250

7.3 63,617

4

27,000

4

27,000

1

5,600

1

5,600

5

29,000

5
6

29, 000
28,800

6

28,800
8

8.5 42. 300
53 228, 200
80.4
50.5
5

Temporary employment, field
Overtime pay, field
Additional pay for foreign service, field...
All personal services, field.
01

Personal services (net).

40, 000

53

Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200..

Total permanent, field

142,455

22. 4 61, 371
11. 7 27,175
12.1 25, 905
12. 7 25, 602
30. 2 52,877
95.7
146,471
1.7 2,613

228, 200
79
286, 000

2'
290,820
47

140, 520
19.5
5
215, 340
526.4
1, 496, 950
3
4,860
450

131,150
87
189, 600

498
1, 429, 630
4,860
259, 157
465

3. 5 24, 291
1

5,600

6.1 35, 252
11.6 57,744
52.7
225,899
84.5
305, 438
42
114,871
106.1
232, 961
518
1, 474, 992
1.2 2,166
268, 401
459

519.2
1,746,018
1, 053. 5
1,081.4
1,052.9
3, 281, 518
2,852, 772
3, 275,803
529.4
1, 502, 260

501
1, 694,112

575,000
6,000
15,878
49,000
292,000
27,050
97,300
20,000
25,000

550, 000
6,000
15,878
49,000
284,000
24, 585
97,300
20,000
5,000

549,048
8,216
48,642
284, 712
29,091
62, 448
13, 525
17,192

Total other obligations..

1,107,228

1,051, 763

1,012,874

Grand total obligations-

3,960,000

4,333,281

4, 288,677




Net total obligations
Unobligated balance of authorization
Payable from funds of the Corporation...

$500,000

$500,000

150,000

175,000

193, 349

3, 310,000

3,658, 281
141, 719
-3,800,000

3,574, 727
136, 850
- 3 , 711, 577

-3,310,000

$520,601

Total estimate or appropriation..

FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION
SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Federal Power Commission—
For all expenses necessary for the work of the Federal Power
Commission as authorized by law except for the work authorized
by the Act of June 28, 1938, authorizing the construction of certain
public works on rivers and harbors for flood control, and for other
purposes (33 U. S. C. 701a), including traveling expenses; [expenses
of attendance at meetings which in the discretion of the Commission
are necessary for the efficient discharge of its responsibilities^ contract stenographic reporting services; purchase (not to exceed three),
hire, maintenance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles, including not more than one such vehicle for
general administrative use in the District of Columbia; and not
exceeding $5,000 for purchase and exchange of lawbooks, books of
reference, newspapers, and periodicals; [$1,997,000] $2,150,000, of
which amount not to exceed [$1,175,000J $1,300,000 shall be available for personal services in the District of Columbia exclusive of
not to exceed $10,000, which may be expended for consultants and
special counsel (16 U. S. C. 791a-825r; 15 U. S. C. 717-717w; 16
U. S. C. 832-8321, 833-833k, 831-831dd; Act of June 27, 19 M,
Public Law 358).
Estimate 1946, $2,150,000

Appropriated 1945, $1,997,000
Obligations
Estimate,1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

19,000

OTHER^OBLIGATIONS

02 Travel
03 Transportation of things
04 Payment for penalty mail
Other communication services.
05 Rents and utility services
_.
06 Printing and binding
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials. _
09 Equipment

Deduct:
Expenses incident to pay-ofl of closed
insured banks, liquidation of closed
insured banks, and liquidation of
loans to banks
Expenses recoverable from Office of
Alien Property Custodian

Actual, 1944

By objects

Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Bank examiner
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600.

1
1
21
7
19
11
36
92

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945

PEESONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 16. In excess of $9,000:
Commissioner
4. 7 $47, 555
4.8 $48,333
5 $50,000
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Chief, bureau of accounts, finance,
and rates
9,000
1
9,000
1
9,000
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
6,750
Secretary
1
6,750
1
6,750
Chief accountant
7,500
1
7,500
1
7,500
Chief, division of finance and statis1
7,062
7,250
1
7,250
tics
6,500
Chief, division of original cost
1
6,500
1
6,500
6,500
Executive assistant
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
1
5,600
5,600
1
5,600
Director of personnel
12, 600
Assistant chief accountant
2
12,500
2
12,600
Assistant chief, division of original
5,600
0. 9 5, 040
cost
5,600
Head examiner of accounts
5,600
Supervising accountant
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
1
4,600
0.2
830
4,600
Assistant director of personnel
1
4,633
0. 7
3, 220
4,600
Chief, division of publications
1
4,850
5,000
1
5,000
Chief, division of information
5.6 26, 592
24,000
5.1 24,860
Chief examiner of accounts
4,600
Chief analyst
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
3,114
0.8
Assistant director of personnel
1,955
0.5
3,800
1
3,800
Assistant secretary
4,200
1
1
4,200
4,200
Assistant budget and fiscal officer
3,800
1
0.4
1, 730
7,600
Principal examiner of accounts
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
0. 5
1, 725
Assistant to the secretary.._
Assistant chief, division of publica3f500
tions
3,500
3,500
Senior examiner of accounts
3,500
3,500
Senior analyst, rates
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
1
3,200
Examiner of accounts—
3.4 10,980
4. 8 15,660
5
16,300
Research assistant
0. 4
1, 271
Personnel classification officer
1. 2
3,867
3,200
"1
3f~2u6'
Chief, section of audits and accounts,
3,200
Chief, minute section
844
0.3
3,200
3,200
Land investigator
3,200
Utility analyst
"6.Y "533
3,200
"~3,~ 200
Personnel placement officer-

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Obligations

FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION—Continued

By objects

SALARIES AND EXPENSES—continued

Estimate,1946 Estimate,1945

Federal Power Commission—Continued.

By objects
Estimate, 1945

Actual, 1944

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.
Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal serv- years salary
years salary
years salary
ice—Continued.
$6,100
* 2.5 $7,550
0.3
$960
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
7.2 20,020
22,100
9.2 25,904
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
10. 3 24,737
9
39,100
19, 602
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
17
55,868
27.7 57,200
22.8 47, 005
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
119,940
55. 5 102,380
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
53.3 97,974
90, 652
53.3 87,042
52
85, 017
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
37, 500
23.8 34,560
24.5 35,722
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
0.9 1,188
2. 4 3,155
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
8,000
Chief, bureau of power
9,000
9,000
9,000
Chief engineer
9,000
9,000
General counsel
9,000
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
13,000
Assistant chief, bureau of power
7,500
7,500
1
Chief, division of rates and research...
7,312
6,500
1
6,500
Chief, division of trial examiners
6,492
1
Associate chief, bureau of water power.
6,500
6,500
Associate chief, bureau of electrical
1
engineering
6,500
6,500
1,812
Assistant chief, bureau of water power0.3
2
13,000
2
13,000
Assistant general counsel
1.7 11,014
6,562
1
6,7501
6,750
1
Head attorney
1
6,500
Economic consultant
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
4
23,000
56, 600
4. 7 26, 630
Principal engineer
3
17,200
17,200
3
16,800
Principal attorney examiner
5,600
Principal statistician
35, 200
3
18,400
Principal attorney
5.1 30,193
Assistant chief, division of rates and
1
1
research
. —
5,600
5,800
5,800
Principal rate investigator.._
28,000
0.6 3,422
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
104, 200
16.5 79,300
16.9 81,393
Senior engineer
9,400
4,800
1
1. 2
5, 622
Senior attorney examiner
18, 400
3
13,800
Senior attorney
3. 8 17, 249
28, 200
5
24,200
Senior rate investigator
3.8 17,440
4,600
Senior economic analyst
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
11
43,000
13
51,800
Engineer
7. 2 28, 287
7
26,800
7
26,800
" ' 25,264
Attorney
3,800
1
3,800
1
Statistician
1
3,800
0.9 3,272
Economist
3
11,400
3
11,300
Rate investigator
1.8 6.967
4,250
1
4,400
4,400
1
Public utility analyst
1
2,217
Economic analyst
0.6
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
38, 600
4
5.6 18,899
12
13, 700
Associate engineer
16,100
5
4.9 15, 710
3.9 12,579
Associate attorney
3,200
1
1
3,200
_
Associate statistician
0.1
444
12,800
4
3
9,600
Associate rate investigator
1.3 4,311
36, 700
14
21, 500
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
9.8 26,128
30,100
15
14,100
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
6.9 13,749
Sub professional service:
2,800
2.800
2,622
1
1
Grade 8. Range $2,600 to $3,200
7,400
6,851
5
11,900
Grade 7. Range $2,300 to $2.900
2.8
4,200
4
4,084
8,200
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
1.9
8
10, 860
8,176
14, 580
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
4.5
4
3,240
2,950
6,480
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980
1.8
1
3,180
1,932
1,740
1.2
Grade 3. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
2
3,060
2
3,060
1.9
2,865
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
9
11,880
9
12,000
9,034
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
6.7
2
2,400
7,295
2,400
2
6
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
Total permanent, departmental
Temporary employment, departmental._.
Part-time employment, departmental
Witness fees, departmental
__
Overtime pay, departmental
All personal services, departmental

340.3

426
1, 288,150
1.2 10,000

Manyears

Total
salary

M a n - Total
years salary

15.3 $25,020
9
13,080
0.9 1,200

14.2 $23,420
9.6 14,027
875
0.7

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD—continued

Obligations
Estimate, 1946

Actual, 1944

990,420
1.2 10,000
0. 6 1,023

Total permanent, field

20
13

Total
salary
$32,260
18,960

Manyears

8,250
1

8,250

3
1

16,800
5,600

2
1

11,200
5,600

18

85,400

1

4,600

16.8
1
1

79,390
5,000
4,600

25

96,600

12.8

49,860

17, 500
18, 500
2,000
2,700
2,300
1,200
192

6.9 22,230
4.9 13,000
1
2,000
1
1
1

2,700
2,300
1,800

0. 9 1,140
168.5

608, 550
192

Personal services (net) -

619.2
1,906,700

14.8 69,790
1
4,800
0.9 4,215
8.6 33,276
10.6 34,312
4
10,200
3, 367
1. 7
1
2,625
1
2,300
1. 2 2,100
0. 9 1,078
158.2

168.5
608, 550

01

8,125

504, 739
86, 291

536,990
91,991

Overtime pay, field
All personal services, field-

1

2
11,200
0. 6
3, 578

158.2
628,981

591, 030

510.6
488.7
1, 788,967
1,711,373

OTHER OBLIGATIONS
Travel
Transportation of things.__
Communication services...
Rents and utility services..
Other contractual services..
Supplies and materials

185,475
500
10,000
22,110
9,275
8,54U

Equipment:
Equipment
Library stock
Passenger-carrying vehicles. _

143, 950
850
12, 036
25,847
10,065
9,865

153,418
3,763
15, 509
30,811
27, 641
17 665
2,615
5,380
1,419

420
5,000

5,000
2,400
7,400

5,420

9,414

243, 300

208, 033

258, 221

2,150,000

1,997,000

1,969, 594
-19,133

2,150, 000

1, 997, 000

1, 950, 461
2,539

2,150, 000

1,997,000

1,953,000

09 Total, equipment
Total other obligations.
Grand total obligations
Reimbursements for services performed.
Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balanceTotal estimate or appropriation

Flood Control Surveys, Federal Power Commission—
Flood-control surveys: For all expenses necessary for the work
of the Federal Power Commission as authorized by the provisions of
the Act of June 28, 1938 (52 Stat. 1215), including travel expenses;
contract stenographic reporting services; [$144,500] $185,000, of
which amount not to exceed [$95,000] $85,000 shall be available for
personal services in the District of Columbia (83 U. S. C. 701a; 33
328.9
U. S. C. 701b; Act of June 27, 19U, Public Law 858).
958, 717
0. 5
5,152 Estimate 1946, $135,000
Appropriated 1945, $144,500
1.1

158, 543
427.2
342.1
1, 298,150
1,159,986

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service—Continued.
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
_
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Regional administrator
Chief, bureau of water power
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Regional administrator.__
Principal engineer
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior engineer
Acting administrator
Senior rate investigator
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Engineer
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate engineer
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Subprofessional service:
Grade 8. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500

1, 956
188
154,330

330.5
1,120,343

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946

Estimate, 1945

Actual, 1944

Man-

Total

years
2
1

salary
$3,720
1,860

Man- Total
yeais salary

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
__
Regional administrator
Supervising accountant
Assistant chief accountant
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
.__
Chief examiner of accounts
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Principal examiner of accounts..
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Senior examiner of accounts
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Examiner of accounts
_.
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500.
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200...
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160.




1
1
1

5,600
5,600
5,800

5,600
5,600
5,800

5,600
5,600
5,800

8

38,400

38,400

8.8 41,976

11

43, 200

11

43, 200

11.3 44,619

15

53,200

15

53,240

12.1 43,145

16
1
12
5
11
12

53,100
2,900
32, 000
11, 800
22, 200
22, 080

15.8 52, 520
1
2,900
11
29,500
4
9,300
20, 600
1 1 9 21,960
1

17.9
1
9.5
3.1
7.6
10.1

59,176
2,900
25, 420
7,175
15, 261
18, 779

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980. _
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
_.
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Principal engineer
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
__.
Senior engineer
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Engineer
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate engineer
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Subprofessional service:
Grade 7. Range $2,300 to $2,900

Manyears

Total
salary

2

$3,600

2.8
1.4
0.8
0.2

$5,169
2,498
1,217
292

1

6,000

1

6,000

1

5,800

5

24,200

4

19,600

3

14,400

24,400

6

24,400

6.5

26,117

16,980
5,400

4.7 15,398
2
5,400

3.5
1.9

11,315
5,068

1

1

6

2,400

2,325

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Obligations

Obligations

By objects

By objects
Estimate, 1946

PEKSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COD.

Subprofessional service—Continued.
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Total«permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental.
All personal services, departmental.

Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
$2,000

0.9 $1,894

21

$80,580

22.7 80,778

23

76,095
12, 838

21

80,580

22.7 94,120

23

88,933

13, 342

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn,

Professional service—Continued.
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate engineer
Associate rate investigator.
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600...
Subprofessional service:
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary
years salary
1
$3,200
7.9 $27, 638
7.5 $24, 299
3
9,600
2. 5 8,151
2,600
10
26,200
12.8 33,262
11
22,000
6,000
6
12,126
2

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior engineer
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Engineer
1
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $4,600:
Associate engineer
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200.
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600.

1

4,600

1

4,600

4

15,600

4

15,600

3
3
1
12

9,700
8,000
2,000
39,900

9,700
5,200

1.8

8,369

4.1 15,837
1
3.6

3,300
9, 302

10

35,100
6,153

All personal services, field.

10

41,253

10. 5 43,153

Personal services (net)

32.7 135, 373

33.5 132,086

Total permanent, fieldOvertime pay, field

01

10.5 36,808
6,345

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Travel
_
Transportation of things...
Communication services...
Rents and utility services..
Other contractual services_
Supplies and materials

10,000
50
1,500
1,600
670
700

6,500
150
900
500
800
277

4,361
106

Total other obligations_

14, 520

9,127

5,856

185,000

144, 500

135,000

144, 500

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate or appropriation

645
46

137, 942
58
138, 000

By objects
Estimate,1946 Estimate,1945 Actual, 1944
Man Total M a n
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
1
Utility analyst
3.6
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
2
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
2
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
11
2
$3,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
1
1,620
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
1
Principal engineer
4
Principal rate investigator
16, 800
1
Principal attorney
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
2
Senior engineer
10
Senior rate investigator
6
27,680
1
Senior attorney
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
7.2
4
14,200
Engineer
_
_
—
3
3
11,400
Rate investigator




3, 009

24

87,100

112. 7 310, 720
55,680

18. 2 274, 494
49,180

24

87,100

112. 7 366,400

98. 2 323, 674

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
_...
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
___.
Professional service:
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Engineer
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate engineer
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Subprofessional service:
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980

1
2,200
9
16,260
6.8 11, 016
3. 2 4, 764

0.8 1, 680
6.3 11,604
6
9,755
5.8 8, 370

4

15,200

12.2 46,940

13.5 52,176

1

3,200

11
35,400
6.2 16,300
2
4,000

9.1 29,050
5.9 15,580
1.9 3,939

2

Total permanent, field..
Overtime pay, field

01

Personal services (net)

02
03
04
05
07
08
09

Travel
Transportation of things- _.
Communication services-..
Rents and utility services..
Other contractual services.
Supplies and materials
Equipment

18,400

3,600

53.4 140,480

0. 8 1,375
0.2 382
50.3 133,911
25, 587

5

18,400

53.4 167, 289

29

105,500

166.1 533,689

148. 5 483,172

4,500

32,050
100
3,500
20, 000
2,450
900
50

24,248
8
5,504
17,915
4,410
537
150

50.3 159,498.

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Total other obligations.
Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate ox appropriation

4,500

59,050

52, 772

110,000

592, 739
7,261

535,944
3,311

110,000

600,000

539, 255

Printing and Binding, Federal Power Commission—
For all printing and binding for the Federal Power Commission,
including engraving, lithographing, and photolithographing, [$25,000] $40,000 (81 U. S. C. 588; 16 U. S. C. 825k; Act of June 27,
'"
1944, Public Law 858).
Estimate 1946, $40,000

Appropriated 1945, $25,000
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Appropriated 1945, $600,000
Obligations

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

1. 6

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

All personal services, field.

National Defense Activities, Federal Power Commission—
National defense activities: For all necessary expenses (except
printing and binding) to enable the Federal Power Commission to
perform additional activities in connection with the national security
and defense, including activities under the provisions of the Federal
Power Act, [activities under Executive Order Numbered 9165
dated May 19, 1942,31 and activities in cooperation with the War
Department for the protection of the electric power [supply] and
gas supplies against hostile acts, such expenses to include all items
of expenditure for which the appropriations under the heading
"Salaries and expenses, Federal Power Commission", are available,
[$600,000] $110,000: Provided, That the Commission may make
expenditures in addition to the foregoing, for duties connected with
the national security and defense, from other appropriations available to it: Provided, That upon the expiration of sixty days after
the cessation of hostilities between the United States and the
principal enemy powers or after the date of an armistice between
the United States and the principal enemy powers, this appropriation shall cease to be available for obligations unless Congress
shall otherwise provide bv law {Act of June 27, 1944} Public Law
858).
Estimate 1946, $110,000

Total permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental
All personal services, departmental.

3,600

Total Man Total
salary years salary

Printing and binding:
Forms and stationery
Annual and other reports, technical
reports
Orders and opinions of the commission
Legal briefs
.. . _ .
Rules and regulations
Binding
Lithographing, photolithographing, and engraving
Special and miscellaneous

$9, 578

$9,500

$9,600

10,000

5,200

3,510

10,000
6,000
3,000
1,000

5,000,
3,200

5,600
2,425

1,500

1,645
1,585

500

500

638

06 Total, printing and binding
Estimated savings, unobligated balance...

40,000

25,000

24,981
19

Total estimate or appropriation

40,000

25,000

25,000

$3, 800
9,360
4,600
4,000
19. 800
42, 282
5,760

1
$3,800
0.3
851
1.6 3,610
0.9 1,945
11.6 20, 973
18.7 30,151
6.3 9,092

5,600
22,400
5,600

0. 3 1,867
4
22,244

9,200
46,100
4,600

5
22,988
8.9 41,143

Cost of Handling Penalty Mail, Federal Power Commission—
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—Federal Power Commission, $4,533.]
For deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty
mail of the Federal Power Commission as required by section 2 of
the Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 864), $5,000 (Ad of Dec. 22,
1944, Public Law 529).

27,180
11,400

7.3 27,658
1.9 7,325

Estimate 1946, $5,000
Appropriated 1945, $4,533
04 Payment for penalty mail: Obligations—1946, $5,000; 1945, $4,533.

70

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Permanent appropriation, special account:
Payments to States Under Federal Power Act—
This fund represents 37}£ per centum of a portion of the proceeds of certain licenses issued by the Federal Power Commission
for the occupancy and use of national forests and public lands,
under the Federal Power Act (16 U. S. C. 810).
Estimate 1946, $28,850
Appropriated 1945, $30,000
Revised 194*5, $28,275

FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION—Continued
Claims, Judgments, and Private Relief Acts—
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities: Obligations—1944, $248.62.

11 Grants, subsidies, and contributions: Obligations—1946, $28,850; 1945, $28,275;
1944, $27,164.

Total, Federal Power Commission, annual appropriations,
general account:
Appropriated 1945, $2,771,033

Estimate 1946, $2,440,000

Total, Federal Power Commission, general and special
accounts:
Appropriated 1945, $2,801,033
Estimate 1946, $2,468,850
Revised 1945, $2,799,308

Statement of proposed expenditures for purchase, maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger-carrying vehicles, for the fiscal year ending June SO, 1946, as required by 5 U. S. C. 78
F E D E R A L POWER COMMISSION

Appropriation

Vehicles to be purchased (motor
unless otherwise
indicated)
Number

Gross
cost

Old vehicles to be
exchanged

Allowance
Number (estimated)

Net cost
of vehicles to
be purchased

Old
vehicles
still to
be used

Total
maintenance, repair, and
operation,
all vehicles

Total

3

$3,000

3

$fi00

$2,400

1
11

$300
4,000

3

Federal Power Commission
Do

3,000

3

600

2,400

12

Public purpose and users

General administrative use in the District of Columbia.
For use by engineers in the Commission's regional offices in the
inspection of electric utility and gas plants and other property for adequacy of measures for protection against sabotage
as directed by the President; also limited inspections of
power projects supervised by these offices and other miscellaneous investigations.

4,300

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION

Obligations

Federal Trade Commission—
For salaries and expenses of the Federal Trade Commission, including personal services in the District of Columbia; contract
stenographic reporting services; supplies and equipment; lawbooks,
books of reference, and periodicals; garage rentals; [traveling expenses, including nofc to exceed $900 for expenses of attendance, when
specifically authorized by the Commission, at meetings concerned
with the work of the Federal Trade Commission ;J newspapers not to
exceed $500; foreign postage; not to exceed $5,000 for deposit in the
general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty mail as required by
section 2 of the Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 364); and witness
fees and mileage in accordance with section 9 of the Federal Trade
Commission Act; [$2,011,070, of which not less than $172,410 shall
be available for the enforcement of the Wool Products Labeling
Act] $1,948,000: Provided, That no part of the funds appropriated herein for the Federal Trade Commission shall be expended
upon any investigation hereafter provided by concurrent resolution
of the Congress until funds are appropriated subsequently to the
enactment of such resolution to finance the cost of such investigation.
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—Federal Trade Commission: Not to
exceed $3,747 of the appropriation "Federal Trade Commission,
1945"J (15 U. S. C. 12-26; 41-58; 61-65; 315-816; Act of June 27,
1944, Public Law 358; Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $1,948,000
Appropriated 1945, $2,011,070
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 | Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service
Grade 16. In excess of $9,000:
Commissioner
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Secretary
Assistant to chairman
Senior chief accountant
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Chief accountant
. __
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Assistant secretary
Head accountant.
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Principal accountant
Chief of division
Administrative officer
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Head business investigator




Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary
years salary
5 $50,000
5 $50,000
5 $50,000
7,500
7,500
1
7,500
7,000
7,000
6,750
6,750
1
6,812
6
33,800
11, 200
1
6,750
5,150
18, 500

5,000
9,200

23,100
3,800
4,000

11,600
3,800
4,000

3,675

3,600

2. 7 15, 298
1
5,000
3
13,603
3.6 13, 702
1
3,800
1
4,000
1. 4 5, 040

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945

Actual, 1944

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal serv- Manice—Continued.
years
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Chief of division
3
1
Assistant chief of division
1
Senior administrative assistant
4
Investigator
Accountant
8
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
2
17
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
7
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
36
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
57
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
59
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
26
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Chief counselDirector, general investigations division
___
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Chief examiner
Chief trial examiner
Director, trade practice conferences
Director, radio and periodical
Director, medical advisory
Assistant chief counsel
Head economic analyst
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Chief trial examiner
Assistant chief trial examiner
Assistant chief examiner
Assistant director, radio and periodical
1
34
Principal attorney
Principal economic analyst
Principal medical officer
.
Principal chemist
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Assistant chief trial examiner..
Senior attorney
Chief of division
Senior economic analyst
Senior medical officer
Senior chemist
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
23
Attorney
_.
Economic analyst. _
5
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate attorney-28
1
Associate economic analyst
1
Librarian.-.
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
10
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $ 2 , 6 0 0 . . - . , „ , ,
2

Total Mansalary years
$10,850
3,200
3,200
12, 850
26, 325
6,825
49, 850
17, 950
84, 000
109, 735
100, 230
38,175

Total Man- Total
salary years salary
2.2 $7,947
$10,800
3,200
0. 7 2,343
3,200
1
3,200
12, 800
26,000
5.5 18.270
6,800
3. 2 10, 595
6 8
44, 300
16.8 49, 628
17, 800
5.2 13, 689
82,900
30.7 72, 241
105, 520
55.1 106.461
70, 320
44. 8 78, 016
33, 660
23.5 34,771

9,000

9,000

9,000

8,250

8,250

8,250

7,500
6,750
7,250
7,250
6, 750
21,125

7,500
6,750
7, 250
7,250
6, 750
21,000

1
7, 500
0.2 1,369
7,062
1
7,250
1
1
6,687
3
20,812
0.2 1,200

5,800
12, 800

1
2

6,000
198,400
47,600
5,600
5,600

5,800
12,800
6,000
197, 800
36, 400
5,600
5,600

293,700
5,300
9,200
4,600

59
1

287,000
5,200

91, 550
20,800

19
5

75, 600
20,800

92,325
3,300
3,350
27, 275
4,000

23
1
1
10
2

75, 200
3,300
3,300
27,100
4,000

0.8 5,120
0. 2 1,080
2
12,800
1
6,000
26.5 154,172
6.7 40,569
0.3 1, 388
0.3 1,394
0. 8 4, 386
57.7 280,946
1
5,200
0.2 1,099
0.8 3,741
0.7 3,475
15.9
4.3
25.6
1
1
5.7
0.7

63,622
17,051
83,967
3,225
3,225
16, 367
1,495

71

EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Obligations

Obligations

By objects

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COIL

Subprofessional service:
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160.
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980._.
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 7. Range $2,040 to $2,500
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Grade 2, Range $1,200 to $1,500- _

Man- Total Manyears salary years
1
1
$1,860
1
1,935
1
1
2,055
1
1,515
8
11,700
3
3,675

Total Man- Total
salary years salary
0.6 $1 190
$1,860
1.5
1,920
1
2,040
2,040
1. 2 1, 891
1,500
7
10,193
11, 640
3
3,687
3,660

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
06 Printing and binding
Estimated savings, unobligated balance __
Total estimate or appropriation

1,632,859

390.4
1, 535, 738

7,500
20,400
1,560

3.9 7, 245
10.8 18,441
1
1,560

6,000
6,200

6,000
6,200

5,763
6,000

5,000
5,000
4.600
39, 550

5,000
5,000
4,6G0
39, 400

1
5,000
1
4,850
1
4,600
6.9 33,267
15.1 59,502

412
1, 567,480

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Chief, New York office
Chief, Chicago office
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Chief, San Francisco office
Chief, Seattle office
Chief, New Orleans office
_
Senior attorney
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Attorney
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate attorney
Total permanent, fieldOvertime pay, field
All personal services, field
Total, departmental and field..

4
12
1

Personal services (net).

4
12
1

16

64,850

16

64,000

9

30,825

9

30, 600

9. 8 33,858

55

191,770

55

190,260
30, 621

52. 5 180, 086
28,974

55

191,770

55

220,881

516

467
1, 759, 250
1,500

516

1,853,740
1,500
467

1,760,750

442.9
1, 744, 798
951

442.9
1,855, 240
1,745,749

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02 Travel
03 Transportation of things
04 Payment for penalty mail
Other communication services
05 Rents and utility services
Other contractual services:
Reporting service
Analyses by Food and Drug Administration
Repairs
_
Miscellaneous
_
07 Total, other contractual services.
08 Supplies and materials..
09 Equipment
Total other obligations...

111, 598
500
5,000
12,000
6,680

90, 630
500
3,747
11, 250
6,680

78,797
480

6,500

6,500

4,623

1,500
1,500
300

1,000
1,200
300

1, 218
1,482

10,615
6,083

9,800

9,000
17,333
6,690

13, 588
4,904

177,250

145,830

121,790

Grand total obligations
Reimbursements for services performed...
Transferred to "Miscellaneous researches,
transferred funds, National Bureau of
Standards"

1,938, 000

2, 001,070

1,867,539
-30, 235

+10,000

+10,000

+10,000

Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance.
Total estimate or appropriation

1,948,000

2,011,070

1,847,304
67,696

1,948,000

2,011,070

1,915,000

43, 000

43,000

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
years salary
Chief accountant
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
0.3 $1,602
Head accountant
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
0.3 1,478
Principal accountant
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $1,100:
0.3 1,367
Head business investigator
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
0.3 1,124
1
$3,200
Accountant
1
1,620
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1.980
1. 3 4,644
Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
2
9,200
Senior attorney
0.4 1,746
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
3
11,400
Attorney
1.4 5,681
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
5
16,000
Associate attorney
1.4 4, 650
0. 4 1,182
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200

Total permanent, departmental.
Overtime pay, departmental
All personal services, departmental.

12

41, 420
7,262

6.1 23,474
3,814

12

48,682

6.1 27, 288

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160.
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Principal attorney
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior attorney
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Attorney
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate attorney
-.
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200

224
1,394

3,240

0.1
1

0.1
0.8

237

4,600

0. 7

3, 770

8

11,964

1. 3

4,312

46,840
8,730

Total, permanent, field.
Overtime pay, field

15,200
16,000
7,800

4

6

21, 901
3,552

6

25,453

All personal services, field,

15

55,570

01

Personal services (net)

27

104,252

12.1 52,741

02
04
05
08

Travel
Communication services. __
Rents and utility services..
Supplies and materials

43,890

14, 010
70
20
67

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Total other obligations _
Grand total obligations
Advanced from War Production Board.
1944 balance available in 1945

43, 890

14,167

148,142
-90, 000
-58,142

66, 908
-125,050
+58,142

Total estimate or appropriation..

Claims, Judgments, and Private Relief Acts—
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities: Obligations—1944, $8.95.

B Y PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS

1. Offices of commissioners and secretary..
2. General investigations
3. Trade practice agreements and Wool
Products Labeling Act
4. Unlawful practices
5. Administrative agencies
6. Work for other Government agencies _.

44,000

Obligations

7,323

19, 530
12,142

$40, 480
2,520

By objects

52. 5 209,060

Witness fees
01

7,620
20,535
1,590

$43,000

Working Fund, Federal Trade Commission—

387.3
407
456
Total permanent, departmental
1, 330,104
1,404,820
1, 560, 280
3.1 4,140
Temporary employment, departmental... 5
5
7,200
7,200
Overtime pay, departmental.
.._
201, 494
220,839

All personal services, departmental. 461

$44,000

$142,865
100,000

$157,401
35, 935

$155, 335

235,890
1,110,698
348, 547

209, 250
1, 246,602
351,882

194,009
1,147,624
325, 355
45, 216

Grand total obligations
Adjustments (see objects schedule for detail)..

1,938,000

2,001, 070

1,867, 539

+10, 000

+10, 000

+47, 461

Total estimate or appropriation

1,948, 000

2, 011,070

1,915,000

Printing and Binding, Federal Trade Commission—
For all printing and binding for the Federal Trade Commission,
[$43,000] $U>000 {Ad oj June 27, 1944, Public Law 358).
Estimate 1946, $44,000




Appropriated 1945, $43,000

Total, Federal Trade Commission, annual appropriations,
general account:
Estimate 1946, $1,992,000
Appropriated 1945, $2,054,070
FOREIGN SERVICE PAY ADJUSTMENT
Foreign Service Pay Adjustment, Appreciation of Foreign Currencies—
Foreign service pay adjustment, appreciation of foreign
currencies: For carrying into effect the provisions of the Act
[entitled "An Act to authorize annual appropriations to meet losses
sustained by officers and employees of the United States in foreign
countries due to appreciation of foreign currencies in their relation
to the American dollar, and for other purposes",] approved March

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Obligations

FOREIGN SERVICE PAY ADJUSTMENT—Continued

By objects

Foreign Service Pay Adjustment, Appreciation of Foreign Currencies—Continued.
L
2G, 1934 (5 X S. C. 118c),. [and for each and every object and
purpose specified therein, $640,000] $1,000,000 (Ad of June 27,
1944, Public Law 358; Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $1,000,000
Appropriated 1945, a $790,000
° Includes $150,000 appropriated in the First Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1945.
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945
Transferred to—
Department of Agriculture
Department of Commerce.-.
..Department of the Interior
Department of Justice
Post Office Department
Department of State
Treasury Department
Bureau of the Budget
Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs..
Federal Communications Commission..
Federal Security Agency
Foreign Economic Administration
Office of Scientific Research and Development. .Office of War Information
War Refugee Board
War Shipping Administration
Reserve for allocation
Total estimate or appropriation..._.

865
432
661,774
4,325

$2,000
1,870
1,150
2,000
500
540, 780
3,000

$17,300
9,469

11, 245

22, 600

12,110
51,900

14,000
87,450

40, 527
"l90,"053

38, 650
4,000
72,000

1,000,000

790, 000

Actual, 1944

$4, 400
1,500
1,150
2,000
478, 868
3,000
125
6,640
51
2,000
62,035
1,335
43, 650
600
32, 646
640, 000

GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE
Salaries, General Accounting Office—
Salaries: For persona) services in the District of Columbia and
elsewhere, [$37,000,000: Provided, That the Comptroller General
shall designate an employee of the General Accounting Office to act
as Comptroller General during the absence or incapacity of the
Comptroller General and the Assistant Comptroller Genera], or
during a vacancy in both of such offices] $31,750,000 (Act of June 27,
1944, Public Law 358).
Appropriated 1945, $37,000,000
Estimate 1946, $31,750,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 i Actual, 1944
PEESONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
years salary years salary years salary
Grade 16. In excess of $9,000:
Comptroller General
1 $12,000
1 $12,000
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
1 $12,000
Assistant Comptroller General
1
9,000
1
9,000
Assistant to Comptroller General
1
9,000
Chief of investigations
1
8,250
1
8,000
1
8,000
Chief of division
1
8,313
1
8,500
1
8,500
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
3
24,000
3 24,000
3
24,000
Second assistant to Comptroller General
6,500
0.3 2,100
0. 5 3, 300
Special assistant to Comptroller General
6,500
0.9 5,850
6,500
7,500
Director of personnel
1
7,396
7,500
Chief of division
13,000
1.9 12,350
13,000
Chief of section
6,750
0.7 4,550
6,500
Assistant chief of investigations
14,000
13, 875
2
13,563
52,000
Assistant chief of division
52,000
5. 3 34, 450
Unit head
1
6,500
6,500
6,£00
Zone senior chief cost auditor
4. 5 29, 250
39,000
39,000
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Chief of division
0.1
560
Chief of subdivision
28,000
28,000
3.3 18,480
Assistant director of personnel
5,800
5,600
1
5,600
Assistant chief of division
11, 600
11, 600
1.4 8,090
Chief of section
45,600
45,600
7
39,200
Chief cost auditor
39.5
408,800
408, 800
221, 832
Principal accounts auditor
16,800
16, 800
3
16,820
Principal administrative analyst
17,000
17,000
1.5 8,571
Principal investigator
75,600
73, 880
11.6 65,917
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Chief of subdivision
23,000
5
23,000
0.5 2,300
Assistant chief of division
4
18,400
18, 400
3.9 17,940
Assistant to chief of division
19. 200
3
14,300
4
19,200
Assistant to director of peisannel
4,600
0.6 2,760
Assistant chief of subdivision
23,000
5 23,000
3.4 15,640
Cnief of section
55, 400
12.1 55,660
11. 7 53, 820
Chief clerk
5,400
1
5.400
1
5,250
Assistant chief of section
32. 200
7 32,200
5
23,000
Unit head
1
4,600
Administrative assistant to the assistant to the Comptroller General
4,600
0.8 3,680




Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945

Actual, 1944

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal serv- M a n - Total M a n - Total Man- Total
ice—Continued.
years salary years salary years salary
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400—Con.
Senior administrative analyst
3 $14,000
3 $14,000
1. 8 $8, 347
Senior investigator
34
34
27.6
159, 500
161, 420
128, 725
Head accountant
3 13,800
3
13,800
2.6 11,960
Principal head auditor_.
1
4,600
1
4,600
1
4,600
Head cost auditor
61.1
529,000
529,000
281, 793
Senior accounts auditor
27, 600
27, 600
3. 5 16,100
Training officer
4,600
4,600
0.1 460
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Chief of subdivision
2.5 9,500
Assistant chief of division
0.1 400
Assistant to chief of division
6 23,892
Assistant chief of subdivision
5 19,000
0.2 760
5 19,000
Special assistant to chief of division.._
6 23,800
6 23,800
2 7,813
Chief of section
34.2
34
24.2
130,864
130, 400
93,883
Assistant chief of section
10 38,000
10 38,000
5.7 21,780
1
Assistant to chief of section
4,200
1
4,050
1
4,200
Unit head
2
8,200
2
8,200
4. 4 17, 434
Assistant unit head
1
3,800
0. 3 1,140 1
Personnel officer
3,800
1
3,800
Training officer
1
3,800
1
3,800
Assistant training officer
1
3,800
1
3,800
Administrative officer
1
3,800
1
3,800
0.7 2,870
Technical assistant to zone senior chief
cost auditor
6 22,800
6
22,800
1.8 6,840
Administrative and technical assistant
._
1
3,800
1
3,800
0.8 3,040
Administrative analyst
6
22,800
6 22,800
Head accountant
1
3,800
Special claims reviewer
8. 5 33, 500
8. 5 33,500
2.9 11,409
Special audit reviewer
2
8,000
2
8,000
1.9 7,468
Principal audit reviewer
49
49
32.3
187,000
187,000
125,380
Principal reviewer
1
3,800
1
3,800
Principal personnel assistant..
1.4 5, 320
2
7,600
0.9 3,420
Principal review examiner
17.8 68,236
19.1 74,432
17.8 68,236
Principal examiner
14 53,200
15.6 59,483
14 53,200
Principal cost auditor
137.1
200
200
760,000
522, 404
760,000
Accounts auditor.
5 20,805
49,400
49,400
Investigator
46.3
185,130
187,480
177,653
Supervisor
0.2 760
Principal classification investigator. . .
0. 7 2, 660
1
3,800
Claims specialist
4 15,600
4
15,600
22 84,900
Principal accountant
22 84,900
15. 5 61,272
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Chief of subdivision
1
3,500
Special assistant to Comptroller General
3,700
1
3,600
1
3,700
Special assistant to chief of division...
1.9 6,916
Chief of section
3 10,600
3
10,600
4.5 15,766
Assistant chief of section
8. 5 29, 750
8
28,000
6.3 22,050
Unit head
12 42,000
7 24,500
12 42,000
Assistant unit head..
1
3,500
Assistant training officer
1
3,500
1
3,500
4 14,000
Training supervisor
4
14,000
0.2 700
Head contract examiner and reviewer
0. 7 2,450
Principal claims reviewer
32.9
38
38
135,900
118,045
135,900
Principal audit reviewer
1. 3 4, 550
Special audit reviewer
10 35,880
Reviewer
52, 500
15 52, 500
17. 2 60, 768
Senior field examiner
14,000
14,000
4
2 7,012
Senior review examiner
49,000
14 49,000
6.8 23,970
Special claims examiner
162,400
46 162, 400
25. 5 90, 755
Claims specialist
3,600
3,600
1
Head accountant
3,500
3,500
1
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Chief of section
17 54,425
17 54,425
8.3 26, 560
Assistant chief of subdivision..
1
3,200
Assistant chief of section
1.8 6,160
2
2.8 9,506
Unit head
35.4
56.5
56
113, 511
179,300
180,900
Assistant unit head
6. 7 21,664
8 25,600
25,600
Personnel officer
16,000
4.6 14,720
Senior audit supervisor
3,275
1
1
3,200
3,200
Staff instructor
0.2 640
12 38,400
38,400
Head auditor
8.9 28,900
9 29,975
29, 975
Head examiner
1
3,400
1
3,400
3,400
Special contract reviewer and in2
structor
2
6,400
6,400
2
6,400
40 128,000
Senior claims reviewer
40 128,000
19.2 62,035
6 19,200
Senior audit reviewer
62 202,028
6
19, 200
Senior freight rate reviewer
49.8
86
86
163,045
278, 400
278, 400
Principal audit reviewer
._.
21. 6 69, 444
Passenger land grant rate reviewer..
20 64,000
10.2 32,640
20 64, 666
Review examiner
0.3 1,020
Principal claims examiner
147.2
201
201
476.486
650,000
650,000
Special claims examiner
9.1 29,366
Associate administrative analyst._.
8. 5 27, 200
9
28,800
2.4 7,680
Legislative analyst
1
3,200
0.8 2,560
1
3,300
Administrative assistant
1
3,200
0.3 960
1
3,200
4.9 15,780
3.1 10,033
Senior personnel assistant
6. 5 21, 000
3.1 10,520
Senior classification investigator.-.
1.5 5,375
4
12,800
44
42.2
Assistant investigator
44
136,115
145,890
144, 060
Principal auditor and accountant-.
* 1 3,400
Accountant—
__
_
16.2 52, 583
25 80,700
25 80,700

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946

Estimate, 1945

Actual, 1944

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COIL

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal serv- Man- Total
ice—Continued.
years salary
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800—Con.
18 $59,425
Senior digest clerk
8 25,600
Associate accounts auditor
:
400
Cost auditor.
_
1, 280, 000
Claims specialist
1
3,200
389
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,5001,132, 025
1,725
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200.
4, 496,200
844
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900.
1,947,300
3,174. 6
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600.
6, 413,954
1,208. 5
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160.
2,188,179
2,381
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980.
3; 875, 506
2,387
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800.
3, 450, 370
167
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620.
210, 900
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
1
9,000
General counsel
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
6. 5 43, 750
Assistant general counsel
_1
7,000
Attorney-conferee
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Legal assistant to Assistant Comptroller General.-.
1
5,800
Principal attorney
18 104,150
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
34
Senior attorney
162, 650
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
20 79,400
Attorney
Training specialist
1
3,800
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
4 13,500
Associate attorney
Assistant to attorney in charge
3,500
Associate attorney-conferee
1
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
5 13,975
4,100
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
2
Subprofessional service:
1
2,600
Grade 8. Range $2,600 to $3,200
2,000
1
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
11 20, 260
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
1,680
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980
1
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
2
4,140
Grade 7. Range $2,040 to $2,500
7
13,140
Grade 6. Range $1,860 to $2,220
8
13,800
Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040
7
10,905
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
63
85,215
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
183
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
..
220,800

Manyears

Total Man- Total
salary years salary

18 $59,425
15. 5 $50,685
8.3 27,805
8 25,600
242.7
400
1, 280, 000
779, 420
1
3,200
297.6
386.3
870, 444
1,123,975
1, 209. 8
1, 720. 6
3,163,835
4, 479,385
568.4
133
1,319,037
1, 921, 225
2,138. 2
3,123. 8
4, 311, 639
6, 312, 664
816.2
1,125. 8
1, 484, 044
2, 040, 772
1, 666. 5
2, 301.1
2, 733, 342
3, 742, 216
1, 301. 3
2,006. 6
1, 883, 856
2, 895, 677
328.2
185
233, 775
414, 820
1

9,000

6
1

40,075
7,000

1

9,000

4.8 31,829
1
6,813

0. 7 4,060
17 97,550

12. 8 73,139

32

26.9

151, 850
21 82,000
0.2 760
4.5 14,800
1
3,400
5 13,900
1. 5 3,000
1
2,600
1
2,000
11. 5 21,152
1 1,620
2
7
6
7
60
163

4,140
13,140
10, 500
10, 860
81,180
196,980

126,134
18. 9 73, 729
0.9 3,420
1.8
0. 8
1
3.5
0.5

5,796
2,628
3,400
9,758
1,000

1.8 3,732
6.7 12,553
5
8,628
9.2 14,464
52. 9 71,115
146.1
176, 732

10, 023. 2
13, 957.1
14, 586. 4
30, 697,476
22,007,059
31, 750, 000
6.5 9,112
Temporary employment, departmental..
2. 3 3, 434
19.1 57,770
Part-time employment, departmental-..
6, 289, 978
4, 366, 085
Overtime pay, departmental
^

Personal services (net)

Reimbursements for services performed..
Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. Total estimate or appropriation

Office of the Comptroller General
Office of the General Counsel
Office of Chief of Investigations
Office of the Chief Clerk
Accounting and Bookkeeping Division.
Audit Division.
.
Claims Division...
Personnel Division
Postal Accounts Division
Reconciliation and Clearance Division.
Overtime pay
Grand total obligations
Adjustments (see objects schedule for detail)
Total estimate or appropriation

Obligations
Estimate, 1946

02 Travel
03 Transportation of things
04 Payment for penalty mail.
Other communication services
05 Rents and utility services
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment

Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

$575, 500
33, 500
45, 000
39, 000
203, 650
320, 000
307, 600
375. 750

$298, 391
33,468

1, 900,000

1, 240,225

787,177
-2,121

1,900, 000

1, 240, 225

785,056
147, 589

1, 900,000

Grand total obligations
Reimbursements for services performed._
Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balanceTotal estimate or appropriation

$575, 500
44, 500
41, 625
24,000
90, 000
17, 500
234, 431
212, 669

1, 240, 225

932, 645

22,401
73, 504
15, 267
197,164
146,982

Printing and Binding, General Accounting Office—
For all printing and binding for the General Accounting Office,
including monthly and annual editions of selected decisions of the
Comptroller General of the United States, [$200,000] $235,000
(Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law 358).
Estimate 1946, $235,000
Appropriated 1945, a $240,000
0
Includes $40,000 appropriated in the First Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1945.
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
06 Printing and binding .
.
Estimated savings, unobligated balance

$235, 000

$240, 000

$172, 878
8,122

Total estimate or appropriation

235, 000

240, 000

181,000

Conservation and Use of Agricultural Land Resources, Department
of Agriculture (Transfer to General Accounting Office)—
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

31,750,000

37,000,000

26, 427, 004
923 996

31, 750,000

37,000,000

27, 351,000

$259,030
518, 969
783, 490
308,160
1, 354, 744
14, 929, 520
6,137,160
475, 625
1,434, 407
5, 548, 895
31, 750,000

$249,032
499, 455
778, 580
277, 780
1, 349, 434
14, 929, 520
6,137,160
472, 930
1,488, 251
4, 527, 880
6, 289, 978
37,000, 000

26, 430, 914

31, 750,000

37,000,000

27, 351, 000

$161,837
409, 847
671, 993
224. 607
979, 328
10, 738, 507
3, 977, 973
387. 935
1,442, 589
3, 070, 213
4, 366, 085

+920, 086

Miscellaneous Expenses, General Accounting Office—
Miscellaneous expenses: For all expenses necessary for the
work of the General Accounting Office, including travel expenses;
procurement and exchange of lawbooks and books of reference, and
not to exceed $100 for periodicals; purchase of one and maintenance,
repair, and operation of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles,




Appropriated 1945, $1,240,225

By objects

10, 062. 3
13, 965. 9
14, 586. 4
26,430, 914
37,000,000
31, 750,000
- 3 , 910

B Y PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

Estimate 1946, $1,900,000

1
2,600
0.8 1,600
6. 5 12,115
5.7 9,234

Total permanent, departmental

01

[$1,198,600] $1,900,000 of which not to exceed $45,000 shall be available for deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty
mail as required by section 2 of the Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law
364).
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—General Accounting Office: For an
additional amount in the appropriation "Miscellaneous expenses,
General Accounting Office, 1945", $41,625: Provided, That not to
exceed such amount of such total appropriation for such fiscal year
shall be available for the purposes of this section] {Act of June 27,
1944, Public Law 858; Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).

Man- Total ManClerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
years
Chief of section
1
$5, 600
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
1
Assistant chief of section
4,600
1
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
1
Regional unit head
15, 200
4
4
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Chief of field party
94,500
27
27
Principal claims reviewer
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Chief of field party
2
2
6,400
Assistant chief of field party
2
6,400
1
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
3
3
8,700
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
28
72, 800 29
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900-__
21
48, 300 21
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
1
1
1,800
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980...
5
5
8,100
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
1
1
1,440
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
],200
Total permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental. _
01
Personal services (net)..

97

Total Man- Total
salary years

salary

$5,600

1

$5,600

4,600
15, 200

1

4,600

94, 500
6,400
3, 200
8,700
75, 400
48, 300
1,800
8,100
1,440

3.7 14,060
27
1
2
1
3.6
25. 4
15.5
0.7
3.3
1.9

94,986
3,675
6,400
3,400
10. 508
67, 011
35,983
1,260
5,346
2,751

1, 200

1. 2 1,440

274,440
54, 340

88. 3 257, 020
52, 574
88. 3 309, 594

97

275,040

97

275,040

97 328,780

48, 500

39, 500
1, 250
1,500
1,970

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02
03
04
06

Travel
Transportation of things..
p
g
C i t i
i
Communication services
Printing and binding

1,500
2,000

57, 562
67
925

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Obligations

GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE—Continued

By objects

Conservation and Use of Agricultural Land Resources, Department
of Agriculture (Transfer to General Accounting Office)—Con.

Estimate,1946 Estimate,1945

Actual, 1944

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Obligations

02 Travel..

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
OTHER OBLIGATIONS—continued

08 Supplies and materials__

$2,000

$2,000

54,000

46,220

329,040

375,000

368,148

-329,040

-375,000

$3,200

$2, S35

21,600

25, 585

16, 562

-21,600

-25, 585

-20, 250
3,688

$58, 554

-448,150
80,002

Total other obligations__
Grand total obligations. _
_
Received by transfer from "Conservation
and use of agricultural land resources,
Department of Agriculture".Estimated savings, unobligated balance...

$3, 200

Grand total obligations
Received by transfer from "Administration of Sugar Act of 1937, Department of
Agriculture"
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _

By objects

Total estimate or appropriation..

Defense Aid, Administrative Expenses (Allotment to General Accounting Office)—
Obligations
By objects

Total estimate or appropriation

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Parity Payments, Department of Agriculture (Transfer to General
Accounting Office)—
Obligations
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Manyears

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

01

9

$20,700
4,485

11.4 $26,448
5,696

9

25,185

11.4 32,144

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02 Travel-

6,605

13, 338

31, 790

+$274
-274

+27, 000
+274

-72,455
-59, 260
+31, 790
54, 443

Claims, Judgments, and Private Relief Acts—
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities: Obligations—1944, $97.63.

Total, General Accounting Office, annual appropriations,
general account:
Estimate 1946, $33,885,000
Appropriated 1945, $38,480,225

45,482

-31, 790

Grand total obligations
Received by transfer from "Parity payments, Department of Agriculture"
Prior year balance available in 1944
1944 balance available in 1945
Estimated savings, unobligated balance...

+37
—27, 311

Total estimate or appropriation

Total Man- Total Man- Total
salary years salary years salary

Personal services (net).

$29
8

Grand total obligations
Prior year balance available in 1944
Transferred to "Defense aid, administrative expenses"
1944 balance available in 1945

By objects

Clerical, administrative, andfiscalservice:
Grade 6. Kange $2,300 to $2,900
Overtime pay, departmental

04 Communication services .
09 Equipment

Total estimate or appropriation.

Administration of Sugar Act of 1937, Department of Agriculture
(Transfer to General Accounting Office)—

Trust account:
Wages of Employees of Contractors, Act of August 30, 1935—
Represents amounts withheld from contractors for payment
of wages found due to laborers and mechanics under the terms
of the Act of August 30, 1935 (40 U. S. C. 276a-2).
Appropriated 1945, $2,000
Estimate 1946, $4,800
Revised 1945, $4,800
Obligations

Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actua 1, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Overtime pay, departmental-.01

Personal services

Manyears

Total Mansalary years

Total Man- Total
salary years salary

8

$18,400

8

$18,400
3,985

8

18,400

8

22,385

4.8 $11,287
2,440
4.8

13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities--.
Prior year funds available in 1944
1944 funds available in 1945 . _
1945 funds available in 1946
1946 funds available in 1947
Total estimate or appropriation

$4,000
-17, 228
+18,028
4,800

$4,000
-16,428
+17,228
4,800

$86
-10,962
+16,428

5,552

13, 727

Statement of proposed expenditures for purchase, maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger-carrying vehicles, for the fiscal year ending June 30,1946, as required by 5 U. S. C. 78
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE

Appropriation

Vehicles to be purchased (motor
unless otherwise
indicated)
Number

Miscellaneous expenses, General Accounting Office.




1

Gross
$1,000

Old vehicles to be
exchanged

Allowance
Number (estimated)
1

$200

Net cost
of new
vehicles to
be purchased

Old
vehicles
still to
be used

Total
maintenance, repair, and
operation,
all vehicles

$800

2

$1,600

Public purpose and users

Used in transporting Comptroller General, officials, and investigators to and from Government departments and offices
in the transaction of official business.

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Obligations

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

By objects

SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Estimate, 1946

General Administrative Expenses, Interstate Commerce Commission—
General administrative expenses: For salaries and expenses
necessary in the execution of laws to regulate commerce, including
one chief counsel, one director of finance, and one director of traffic,
at $10,000 each per annum, field hearings, traveling expenses, and
contract stenographic reporting services, [$3,119,000] $3,218,000,
of which amount not to exceed [$2,797,000] $2,900,000 may be
expended for personal services in the District of Columbia, exclusive of special counsel, for which the expenditure shall not exceed $50,000; not exceeding $5,000 for purchase and exchange of
necessary books, reports, newspapers, and periodicals (49 U. S. C.
1-19, 20a, 21-24, 317-318, 901-923, 1001-1022; Act of June
27, 1944, Public Law 358).
Appropriated 1945, $3,119,000
Estimate 1946, a $3,218,000
« Includes $302,000 transferred from "Motor transport regulation, Interstate Commerce
Commission." This transfer is reflected in the 1944 and 1945 columns of the schedule
for comparative purposes only.
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL
Man-

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years
Grade 16. In excess of $9,000:
11
C ommissioner

Total
salary

Manyears

Total
salary

Man- Total
years salary

10.7
10.7
$128, 500
$132, 000
$128, 400
1
10,000
Director of bureau
1
10,000
1
10,000
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
9,000
9, 000
1
Secretary
9,000
Director of bureau
16', 250
16, 250
1.6 13, 521
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
6,500
Director of bureau..
6,500
1.3 8,504
5.7 39, 558
42,187
42, 500
Assistant director
1
6,812
7, 000
Chief of bureau
7,000
1
6,750
6,750
6, 750
Chief of section
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
0.3 1,727
Assistant director
1
Chairman board of suspension
1
6,000
6,000
1
5, 850
8,960
Assistant to director
1.6
2
11,200
Chief accountant (transportation
statistics)
11, 550
2
11, 600
11, 400
Assistant chief of section
1
5,800
5, 800
5,800
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
9,507
Assistant to director
1,920
1
4,600
0.4
6
28,800
5
24, 200
Member of board
24, 200
1
Assistant chief of section
1
5,200
5,000
5,150
1
Assistant secretary
5,400
1
5,400
5,400
Head accountant (transportation
1. 7 7, 820
statistics) __.
2
9,200
0. 8 3, 757
Classification agent
4,600
1
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Assistant chief of bureau
2. 4 9, 920
2.8 11, 440
1.1 4,785
3, 900
Assistant to director
1
4,000
1
4,000
1
C hief of section
3
11,700
3
11, 800
2.9 11, 264
Assistant chief of section
0.8 3,103
3,800
Special agent
4,000
1
4,000
1
Purchasing agent
4,000
1
4,000
Principal accountant (transportation
statistics)
4
15,200
3.4 12,920
1.1
4, 275
Administrative officer
1
3,800
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
11,525
3
11, 300
3
11,600
Chief of section
0.2
622
Assistant chief of section
2.1
2
8,373
8,050
2
8,100
Senior accountant and auditor
1.8
6,324
2.7 9,750
Senior accountant, cost finding
3
10,800
3, 900
1
Purchasing agent
1
3,700
3,800
1
3,775
Senior clerk, statistical analyst. _
1
3, 525
1
3,600
Junior administrative officer
3, 600
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
13, 725
4
13, 825
13, 800
Chief of section
10, 025
10,100
2.9
9,803
Assistant chief of section
10,175
13, 500
Senior administrative assistant
3
10, 000
7,250
7,300
Senior clerk (reviewer)
2
7,100
3,275
3,300
Chief clerk to director
1
3,200
3,475
3,500
Senior tariff assistant
0.2
832
3, 200
3,200
Accountant and auditor
0.7
2,364
3,300
3,300
Accountant (transportation statistics).
1.9
5,946
3,475
3,500
Rate and tariff analyst..
1
3,400
Investigator.
0.1
468
35. 8 112, 500
35.7 111, 530
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
33.7 105, 480
131 376,200 125. 5 358, 993 121.3 342,199
Grade 7, Range $2,600 to $3,200
77. 2 190, 260
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900.
64. 6 160, 630
59.2 145, 456
68. 4 156, 000
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
66. 5 151, 500
64.2 147, 448
98. 4 191, 238
91. 6 177, 239
86.7 167, 489
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
139. 3 245, 560 140. 2 244, 062 120.5 210, 000
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
66.8 99,204
45.8 69, 056
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
61.8 91,782
11.2 14,427
11. 6 14, 976
7.9 10,096
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
Professional service:
Grade 9. In excess of $9,000:
1
10,000
1
10,000
1
10,000
Director of bureau
Chief counsel
_.
1
10,000
1
10,000
1
10,000
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
1
9,000
1
9,000
Director of bureau
_
1
9,000
Chief examiner
1
9,000
1
9,000
1
9,000
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
1
6,500
Director of bureau
1
6,500
1
6,500




Estimate, 1945

Actual, 1944

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL— COn.

ManTotal Man- Total Man- Total
Professional service—Continued.
years salary years salary years salary
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500—Con.
$14,000
$14, 000
2
$13,624
Assistant director of bureau
1
7,000
6,812
6, 750
Chief of section
7,250
7,250
7,125
Assistant chief examiner
1
56,750
50,062
Head examiner
7.9 54, 923
15, 000
14, 937
14, 750
Assistant chief counsel
2
6,750
6,625
6,500
Head cost analyst
1
6,750
6, 750
4,440
Head transport economist
0.7
7,000
7,000
6,812
Chief carrier research analyst
1
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
6,200
Assistant director of bureau
1
6,200
1
6,050
12, 350
Chief of section
2
12,400
2
12,200
Principal examiner
31. 9 195, 840 28 172, 300 28. 3 171, 778
5.7 34, 360
Principal attorney
6
5
3«; 200
29,850
1.7 9,920
Principal statistical analyst
4
22,800
1
5,850
1.7 9,520
Principal transport economist
2
11,200
0. 4 2, 442
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior examiner
33. 6 17.0, 759 34 170,950
33. 5 165, 456
5.4 25, 470
5. 2 24, 971
6.9 32, 540
Senior attorney
2.8 14,762
15, 000
10, 400
Senior engineer
3
14, 400
Senior transport analyst
1. 6 7, 232
14, 200
Senior economic and statistical ana2
14, 200
9,600
14,200
lyst
4,650
0. 9 3, 954
Senior transport economist
4,800
0.8 4,006
Classification agent
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
1
1
4,400
4,350
Assistant to director
1
4,200
1
1
3,800
1
3,800
3,800
Chief of section
22
Examiner
16.9 68, 520 16.8 67,067
1.! 7,220
0.6 2,122
0.7 2,660
Attorney
1
4,600
8, 586
4,600
2
1
Statistical analyst
1
4,200
4,200
4,200
1
1
Economic analyst
4
15, 450
15, 600
3.1 11, 897
4
Transportation economist
1
4,600
4,600
4,600
1
1
Explosives agent
368
0.1
Special examiner
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
1
1
3,200
3, 300
Assistant to chief of section
1
3,300
4.6 15,593
5.1 16, 945
Associate examiner
6.6 21,820
10, 600
14, 225
3
4
14, 300
4
Associate engineer
3,300
1.3 4,133
1
3,300
Associate economic analyst
1
1.4 4,400
4.9 15, 880
Associate economist
4.1 13, 245
3, 600
3,675
1
3,700
Associate librarian
1
1
3, 225
3,300
Associate digester
1
1
1.8 5,900
3,800
3,800
3, 800
Associate annotator
1
1
1
3, 600
3,675
3,700
Assistant to chief examiner
1
1
1
3,500
3,575
1
1
Assistant to explosives agent
0.9 3,280
3,300
3,300
1
Reviewer
1
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
9.6 25,960
6.7 18, 345
2.6 5,400
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
2.9 6,000
Sub professional service:
1
2,600
1
2,600
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
2
3,960
3,900
2
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
0. 7 1,008
Grade 3. Range $1,440 to $1,800.
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
1
1
2,205
2,220
Grade 7. Range $2,040 to $2,500
2
3,780
1.7 3,222
Grade 6. Range $1,860 to $2,220
1
1,560
1,560
1
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
2
2,820
1.7 2,409
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
44.7 54, 420
;8.8 47,265
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
954. 5
Total permanent, departmental
2, 879, 996
Temporary employment, departmental..
Overtime pay, departmental

All personal services, departmental- 954. 5
2, 879, 996

18.2
2, 664, 546
446, 844
888.2
3. I l l , 390

807.7
2, 881, 891

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Special agent
Service agent
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Special agent
District supervisor,
Field agent
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Special agent
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Special agent
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Professional service:
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Engineer
Total permanent, field..
Overtime pay, field... _.,
All personal services, field.
01

Personal services (net)

5
14.8

25,200
70,680

5
12.6

24,600
60,174

5
3
2.4

20,300
12,350
9,120

4.9
3

19,655
12,050

2.9 11,020
1

3,600

1

3,550

2.8
4

9,150
7,020

1.8
3.8

5, 940

5
15.9
4.9
3

25,400
75,740
20,020
12,400

3,558
2.6
3.4
0.6

8,450
5,895
875

3,800
40.5 168,150

40. 5 168, 150
995

36.8 153,806
22,181

33.1 135,257
19,754

36.8 175,987

33.1 155,011

925
3, 048,146

840.1
3, 036,902
3, 287, 377

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02 Travel.-.
03 Transportation of things...
04 Communication services. __
05 Rents and utility services..
07 Other contractual services.
08 Supplies and materials

80,400
700
15,000
17,610
24,950
21,069

75,450
700
13,062
15, 111
25,080
21, 355

71, 857
144
13, 942
15,104
40, 284
19, 729

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Obligations

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION—Continued

By objects

SALARIES AND EXPENSES—continued

Estimate, 1946 Estimate.1945 Actual, 1944

General Administrative Expenses, Interstate Commerce Commission—Continued.
Obligations

By objects
E s t i m a t e , 1946 E s t i m a t e , 1945

Actual, 1944

OTHER OBLIGATIONS—continued

Equipment:
Equipment
Books
09

Total, equipment
Total other obligations

Grand total obligations
Reimbursements for services performed
Received by transfer from "Motor transport regulation, Interstate Commerce
Commission"
_
Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

$5,125
5,000

$5, 300
5,000

$1, 766
2,631

10,125

10, 300

4,397

169, 854

161, 058

165, 457

3, 218,000

3, 448, 435

3, 202, 359
-12,027

-329,435

- 3 4 3 , 618

Total administration
Bureau of formal cases
Bureau of informal cases
Bureau of inquiry
Bureau of transport economics and
statistics
8. Bureau of law
-_- __
9. Bureau of traffic
10. Bureau of service
11. Bureau of finance
12. Bureau of personnel supervision and
management
13. Bureau of water carriers and freight
forwarders
Grand total obligations
Adjustments (see objects schedule for detail)
Total estimate or appropriation
4.
5.
6.
7.

3, 218, 000

3,119,000

2,846, 714
13, 286

3, 218,000

3,119,000

2,860,000

$224,670
84,650
295,815

$228,811
86,037
359,233

$207,900
86,848
332,681

605,135
504,400
69,830
153,186

674,081
494,114
71,020
148,599

627,429
486,683
66,348
146,406

518,835
109,905
760, 328
187, 701
190,922

552,026
121,257
839, 518
191,840
209,837

451,003
114, 230
795, 469
161, 655
207,088

58,014

67, 352

65,399

59,744

78,791

80,649

3, 218,000

3, 448, 435

3, 202, 359

-329, 435

-342, 359

3,119,000

2,860,000

3,218,000

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
1
$8,250
1
$8,125
1
$8,250
Director
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
1
7,000
0.9
6,638
1
7,000
Assistant director
0.1
112
Field supervisor of accounts
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
4
24,000
4
23,400
4
24,000
Chief accountant and auditor
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
6.8 34,633
7
35,487
7
35,400
Head accountant and auditor
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
1
4,600
5, 751
1.3
1
4,600
Principal accountant and auditor
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
3
10,500
3
10,250
3
10,500
Accountant and auditor
1
3,100
1
3,000
1
3,100
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
1
2,500
1
2,375
1
2,500
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
1
1,860
1
1,800
1
1,860
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
4. 7 8, 395
3. 9
6, 562
4.8
8, 242
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
1. 4
2, 460
1.3
2,155
1. 7
2, 760
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
0.6
777
1
1,200
1
1,200
Grade 2. Range $1,080 to $1,500
26.1 106,432
26.9 108,498
27.5 109,412
Total permanent, departmental
14, 518
15,148
Overtime pay, departmental
26.9 123,646
26.1 120,950
All personal services, departmental. 27.5 109,412




54.4 200,427

53.3 196,803
31,475

54. 5 197,105
31, 567

01

54.4 200,427

53. 3 228, 278

54. 5 228,672

Personal services (net)

81.9 309,839

80.2 351, 924

80.6 349,622

82, 715
1,000
1,500

82, 715
1,000
1,000

350
3,596
1,000

150
1,211

51, 776
849
1,009
2,943
121
922

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Travel._Transportation of things...
Communication services...
Rents and utility servicesOther contractual services.
Supplies and materials
Equipment '.
Total other obligations.

90,161

86,076

57,620

Grand total obligations
Reimbursements for services performed..

400,000

438,000

407,242
-7,079

Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. .

400, 000

438, 000
35,000

400,163
394,837

400,000

473,000

795,000

1. Administration
2. Special investigations for Commission,
exclusive of regular work under sec.
20
3. Duties under sec. 20, i. e., general investigations of carriers' accounts, revision of accounting classifications,
etc

$29,169

$28,698

$28,353

30,000

25,000

340,831

384,302

351,365

Grand total obligations.„
Adjustments (see objects schedule for detail)....

400,000

438,000

407,242

+35,000

+387,758

473,000

795,000

Total estimate or appropriation
B Y PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS

Regulating Accounts, Interstate Commerce Commission—
Regulating accounts: To enable the Interstate Commerce
Commission to enforce compliance with section 20 and other sections of the Interstate Commerce Act as amended by the Act approved June 29, 1906, the Transportation Act, 1920 (49 U. S. C. 20),
and the Transportation Act of 1940, including the employment of
necessary special accounting agents or examiners, and traveling expenses, [$473,000] $400,000, of which amount not to exceed
[$130,000] $112,000 may be expended for personal services in the
District of Columbia (Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law 358).
Estimate 1946, $400,000
Appropriated 1945, $473,000

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Total permanent, fieldOvertime pay, field
All personal services, field-

BY PROJECTS'OR FUNCTIONS

1. Commissioners and their offices
2. Secretary and his office
3. Bureau of administration

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
years salary years salary
years salary
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Chief accountant and auditor
4 $24,400
5. 2 $29,549
4 $24,400
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Head accountant and auditor
10.8 54,433
9.9 49,001
11
55,200
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Principal accountant and auditor
5.2 20,583
4.9 19,997
5.9 23,325
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Senior accountant and auditor
3.8 14,617
4.1 15,673
3.9 14,762
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Accountant and auditor
5
18, 300
5
18,050
5
18,300
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
11
35,800
11.1 35,013
11
35,800
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
5,900
2
1.6 4,674
2
5,900
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
5,100
2
2.9 7,176
5,100
2
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
4,500
2
2
2
4,500
4,400
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
4.8 8,550
8,820
5. 3 9,308
5
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
2. 7 4,620
2. 6 4,320
2.5 4,264

Total estimate or appropriation

400,000

27, 524

Safety of Employees, Interstate Commerce Commission—
Safety of employees: To enable the Interstate Commerce Commission to keep informed regarding and to enforce compliance with
Acts to promote the safety of employees and travelers upon railroads; the Act requiring common carriers to make reports of accidents and authorizing investigations thereof; and to enable the
Interstate Commerce Commission to investigate and test appliances
intended to promote the safety of railway operation, as authorized
by the Joint Resolution approved June 30, 1906 (45 U. S. C. 35),
and the provision of the Sundry Civil Act approved May 27, 1908
(45 U. S. C. 36, 37), to investigate, test experimentally, and report
on the use and need of any appliances or systems intended to promote the safety of railway operation, inspectors, and for traveling
expenses, [$604,000] $550,000, of which amount not to exceed
[$102,000] $92,000 may be expended for personal services in the
District of Columbia (45 U. S. C. 1-15, 35-43, 61-64; Act of June
27, 1944, Public Law 358).
Estimate 1946, $550,000
Appropriated 1945, $604,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

ManClerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
years
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Director
1
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Assistant director
2
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Chief of section
3
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Inspector, accident investigations
1

Total

Man-

salary years

Total

Man- Total

salary years salary

$7,000

1

$6,875

1

12,200

2

12,100

2

12,000

15,600

3

15,300

3

15,000

4,400

1

4,400

1

4,400

$6,750

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77
Obligations

Obligations
By objects

B y objects

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Man- Total M a n - Total M a n Clerical, administrative, and fiscal serv- years salary years salary years
ice—Continued.
2
2
$5,400
2
$5,400
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
5
5
10,215
5
10,260
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
3.7
3.6
5,655
3.8
6,263
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
1.5
2.7
3,960
2.6
3,780
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
2
2
10,400
Senior attorney.
2
10,400
1
1
4,900
Senior inspector, car equipment
1
5,000
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
1
1
4,400
1
4,400
Engineer, mechanical
1
1
3,200
1
3,200
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
1
1
1,260
1
1,260
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500

Total
salary

Total permanent, departmental
Temporary employment, departmental.._

85,187
204
12,969

26.4

89,163

26.3

88,065

25.2
0.1

_

Total permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental
.'
All personal services, departmental.

10,100
4,800
4,250
3,200
1,215

Manyears

Total Mansalary years

Total
salary

M a n - Total
years salary

3.9 $17,440

3.8 $17,167

3.6 $15,925

9.9 33,100

9.8

32,717
5,155

9.6

31,145
5,099

9.9 33,100

9.8

37,872

9.6

36, 244

21.7 89,900

19.6

80,892
12,409

19.7

79,550
12, 392

93,301

19.7

91,942

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, andfiscalservice:
Grade 11. Eange $3,800 to $4,600:
Inspector, railway signals and train
control
Overtime Dav field

26.4

89,163

26.3 101,349

25.3

All personal services, field

21.7 89,900

19.6

01

13, 284

All personal services, departmental.

$5,200
10,020
6,058
2,194

Professional service—Continued.
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Engineer

Personal services (net)

31.6 123,000

29.4 131,173

29. 3 128,186

02
03
04
07
08
09

Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials_
EnuiDment

54,000
5
200
85
160
550

49,827
5
200
85
160
550

36,366
3
146
52
292

98,360
OTHER OBLIGATIONS

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Inspector
Overtime pay, field

01

Personal services (net)

_

68.9 295,830
43,301

68.6 285,482
43,142

68.8 295,725

All personal services, field

68. 8 295, 725

68.9 339,131

68.6 328,624

95. 2 384,888

95. 2 440, 480

93.9 426,984

Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment

„

159,000
100
1,712
600
3,300
400

162,000
10
620
286
544
60

130, 211
8
947
286
2,352
68

165,112

163, 520

133,872

550, 000

604,000

560, 856
4,144

550,000

604,000

565,000

Administration
General office
_
Legal section
Safety appliance inspections (section
of)
5. Hours of service inspections (section of).

$18, 750
11,160
13,200

$20, 635
13, 605
15,085

$20, 635
14,037
15,185

413,506
93, 384

446, 220
108, 455

413,525
97,474

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance _.
Total estimate or appropriation

550,000

604,000

560,856
4,144

550, 000

604, 000

565, 000

^__

Total other obligations
Grand total obligations
_
Estimated savings, unobligated balance._.
Total estimate or appropriation
B Y PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS

1.
2.
3.
4.

Signal Safety Systems, Interstate Commerce Commission—
Signal safety systems: For all authorized expenditures under
section 25 of the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended by the
Transportation Act, 1920, the Act of August 26, 1937 (49 U. S. C.
26), and the Transportation Act of 1940, with respect to the provision thereof under which carriers by railroad subject to the Act
may be required to install automatic train-stop or train-control
devices which comply with specifications and requirements prescribed by the Commission, including investigations and tests
pertaining to block-signal and train-control systems, as authorized
by the Joint Resolution approved June 30, 1906 (45 U. S. C. 35),
and including the employment of the necessary engineers, and for
traveling expenses, [$182,000] $178,000, of which amount not to
exceed [$38,000] $85,000 may be expended for personal services in
the District of Columbia (Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law 858).
Estimate 1946, $178,000

___

Total other obligations

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02
03
04
07
08
09

__.

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate or appropriation.*

55,000

50,827

36,859

178,000

182,000

165,045
855

178,000

182,000

165,900

$18, 460
159, 540

$18,330
163, 670

$18,020
147,025

178, 000

182, 000

165,045
855

178,000

182, 000

165,900

B Y PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS

1. Administrative
2. Inspections of signal systems
_
Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance.Total estimate or appropriation

Locomotive Inspection, Interstate Commerce Commission—
Locomotive inspection: For all authorized expenditures under
the provisions of the Act of February 17, 1911, entitled "An Act to
promote the safety of employees and travelers upon railroads by
compelling common carriers engaged in interstate commerce to
equip their locomotives with safe and suitable boilers and appurtenances thereto" (45 U. S. C. 22), as amended by the Act of March
4, 1915, extending "the same powers and duties with respect to all
parts and appurtenances of the locomotive and tender" (45 U. S. C.
30), and amendment of June 7, 1924 (45 U. S. C. 27), providing
for the appointment from time to time by the Interstate Commerce
Commission of not more than fifteen inspectors in addition to the
number authorized in the first paragraph of section 4 of the Act of
1911 (45 U. S. C. 26), and the amendment of June 27, 1930 (45
U. S. C. 24, 26), including such legal, technical, stenographic, and
clerical help as the business of the offices of the director of locomotive inspection and his two assistants may require and for traveling
expenses, [$548,000] $500,000, of which amount not to exceed
[$81,000] $78,000 may be expended for personal services in the
District of Columbia (45 U. S. C. 22-84; Act of June 27, 1944,
Public Law 858).
Estimate 1946, $500,000

Appropriated 1945, $548,000
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Appropriated 1945, $182,000
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 4. Eange $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Eange $1,620 to $1,980
Professional service:
Grade 5. Eange $4,600 to $5,400:
Chief of section




Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Manyears

Total
salary

Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary

4
1

$8,280
1,980

4
1

$8,220
1,980

4
1

$8,040
1,980

1

5,400

1

5,350

1

5,200

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Director of locomotive inspection
1
$7,500
1
$7,500
1
$7,500
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Assistant director of locomotive inspection
2
12,000
2
12,000
2
12,000
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
1
3,500
1
3,500
1
3,500
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
2
5,400
2
5,350
2
5,200
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
2
4,200
2
4,175
1.4
3, 267
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
3
6,000
3
5,970
2.1
4, 275
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
5.6
9, 732
5. 5 9,450
6. 5 11,201
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
3. 8
5, 592
2. 9 4, 236
3
4,382
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
0.9 1,134
0.5
630

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Obligations

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION—Continued

By objects

SALARIES AND EXPENSES—continued

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Locomotive Inspection, Interstate Commerce Commission—Con.

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.
Man-

Professional service:
years
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior engineer
1
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate engineer.. . .
_
1
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
1
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
2.6

Total permanent, departmental
Temporary employment, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental
All personal services, departmental.

Total
salary

Manyears

Total
salary

Manyears

Total
salary

$5,400

1

$5,400

1

$5,400

3,800
3,200

1
1

3,800
3,200

1
1

3,800
3,200

3,180

1.2

1,450

0.3

297

26.9

70,638

24.1
1.5

66,661
1,584
11,865

22.3
0.4

64,022
452
10,716

26.9

70,638

25.6

80,110

22. 7

75,190

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

District inspector (statutory)_
Overtime pay,
field..

_

01

Personal services (net)

_

64.8 299, 930

64.8 300,042

90. 4 380, 040
35, 240

87. 5 375. 232
32, 001

91.8 365,478

90.4 415, 280

87. 5 407, 233

131, 600
50
350
260
900
1,362

Total, departmental and field
Allowances.

64.8 259, 200
40, 730

91.8 330, 238
35, 240

All personal services, field

64. 9 259,600
64. 9 259, 600

_ _

64.8 259, 309
40, 733

131, 600
15
200
150
620
135

125,110
253
349
150
793
137

134, 522

132, 720

126, 792

500,000

548, 000

534, 025
3,975

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02
03
04
07
08
09

Travel
..
Transportation of things
C ommunication services
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment
Total other obligations _

_

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balanceTotal estimate or appropriation

500,000

548,000

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service—Continued.
Man- Total Man- Total Man- Tota
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
years salary years salary
Assistant head auditor property
years salary
changes
$5,600
0.7 $3,920
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
0. 7 $4,000
Assistant to director
1
4,600
1
4,600
Head accountant and auditor.,. _
1
4,600
1. 7 7, 960
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
2
9,200
Principal accountant and auditor
2
10,250
1. 6
6, 460
1
4,000
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Senior accountant and auditor
3
12,200
1
4,075
1
4,100
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Accountant and auditor
1
4,000
17, 550
5
5
17,850
5
17,900
. Senior clerk analyst
3, 378
1
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
13,000
12,975
4.7 14,778
4
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
6,300
8,493
6,275
2.8
2
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
_.
2,500
2,400
2,475
1
1
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600.
11,100
9,250
5.6 12, 690
4.1
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
12, 427
12, 600
6
5.9 12, 375
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980...
19, 920
9. 4 17,107 10.6 19, 461
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
7,200
10,470
4
7,200
6
Professional service:
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Head valuation engineer
1
7,500
1
7,500
7,292
Head land appraiser
7,500
1
7,200
1
6,500
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Principal engineer
2.3 13,383
3.8 21,694
2
11,600
Assistant head land appraiser
1
6,400
0. 7
4,480
Assistant valuation engineer
1
6,000
6,200
1
6,100
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior engineer
4,600
9,200
4,600
2
1
Senior land appraiser
5,200
5,100
1
5,000
1
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Engineer
9
37, 200
36,850
11.5 46,788
Architect..
3,850
4,000
1
3,800
1
4,300
1
Land appraiser
4,400
4,200
1
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate engineer
52, 700
52, 225
21.7 73,419
15
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200...
9,100
6. 6 19, 572
9,025
3
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600...
1
2,400
2,500
2,450
1
Subprofessional service:
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
2,125
1
2,200
2,200
1
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
33
0.1
1,200
900
0.7

Total permanent, departmental
Temporary employment, departmental-.
Overtime pay, departmental
All personal services, departmental.

538, 000

84. 7 288,120

83.1 286, 535
46," 175

84. 7 288,120

106. 3 363, 370
0.2
220
60,372

83.1 332, 710

106. 5 423,962

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD
B Y PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS

1.
2.
3.
4.

Administration
.
General office expenseAllowance for rents, clerical help, etc..Field inspection

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

$21,385
49, 253
35, 240
394,122

$21,
58,
35,
432,

385
725
240
650

$21,385
53, 805
32,001
426, 834

500, 000

548,000

534,025
3,975

500,000

548,000

538, 000

Valuation of Property of Carriers, Interstate Commerce Commission—
Valuation of property of carriers: To enable the Interstate
Commerce Commission to carry out the objects of the Act entitled
1
'An Act to amend an Act entitled 'An Act to regulate commerce',
approved February 4, 1887, and all Acts amendatory thereof, by
providing for a valuation of the several classes of property of carriers subject thereto and securing information concerning their
stocks, bonds, and other securities", approved March 1, 1913, as
amended by the Act of June 7; 1922 (49 U. S. C. 19a), and by the
"Emergency Railroad Transportation Act, 1933" (49 U. S. C. 19a),
including traveling expenses, [$500,000] $463,000 (Act of June 27,
1944, Public Law 358).
Estimate 1946, $463,000
Appropriated 1945, $500,000
Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, andfiscalservice: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 16. In excess of $9,000:
Director
1
$10,000
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Director
1
$9,000
1
$9,000
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Head auditor property changes
0. 2
1,250
0. 7
4, 550
1
6,500




Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Accountant and auditor
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior land appraiser
Traveling field instructor.
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Engineer
Land appraiser
.
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate engineer
Associate land appraiser
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Subprofessional service:
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Total permanent, field
_
Overtime pay,
field
All personal services, field.
01

Personal services (net)..

9
2
2

32,300
6,600
6,200

9
2
2

32,125
6,550
6,150
1,980

1,8

9.8 34,910
3.1 9, 763
7,087
2.3
1,980
1
2,055
1.1
1

1,680

5,400
5,400

5,400

5,400

4,600
34,200

4,500
33,800

2.2
14.1

10, 030
59,416

28,400
6,800
2,900
2,600

28, 325
6,775
2,900
2,600

2
2.4
1

27, 827
6,625
7,000
2,600

1.1

2, 377

36

131,980

36

131, S

36

131,105
22, 360

36

51.1 184,150
31,134

153,465

51.1 215, 284

120. 7 420,100

119.1 486,175

157. 6 639, 246

35,000
400
1,200
1,500
1,650
2,700
450

9,500
400
1,200
925
1,000
750
50

42,754
541
1,516
1,403
1,489
1,166

OTHER OBLIGATIONS
02 Travel
03 Transportation of t h i n g s . . .
04 Communication services. _ _
05 R e n t s and utility services..
07 Other contractual services.
08 Supplies and materials
09 E q u i p m e n t

Total other obligations..
Grand total obligations
,
Reimbursements for services performed.,
Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance.
Total estimate or appropriation

42,900

13,825

48,877

463,000

500,000

688,123
- 7 9 , 757

463,000

500,000

608, 366
41, 634

463,000

500,000

650,000

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Obligations

Obligations
By projects or functions

By objects

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Administration
General office expense
Engineering section
Accounting section
Land appraisal section

$13,600
15,240
124,860
187, 234
122,066

Grand total obligations
Adjustments (see objects schedule for
detail).

$14,857
15, 937
143,337
192, 471
133,398
500,000

463,000

$15,857
20,642
200,083
252,161
199, 380

500,000

463,000

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn. Man-

Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
Total permanent, departmental

688,123
-38,123

Total estimate or appropriation

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

years

Total M a n - Total M a n - Total
salary years salary years salary

10. 3 $12, 360
445

8. 6 $10, 220 5.1
421

1,158,451

Temporary employment, departmental-.
Overtime pay, departmental
All personal services, departmental- 445

650,000

421
1, 266, 714

1,158, 451

Motor Transport Regulation, Interstate Commerce Commission—
Motor transport regulation: For all authorized expenditures
necessary to enable the Interstate Commerce Commission to carry
out the provisions of part II of the Interstate Commerce Act and
section 5, part I, of the Interstate Commerce Act insofar as applicable to common carriers subject to part II (Transportation Act of
1940), including one director at $10,000 per annum and other personal services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere; traveling
expenses; supplies; services and equipment; not to exceed $1,000 for
purchase and exchange of books, reports, newspapers, and periodicals; contract stenographic reporting services; purchase (not to
exceed 56), maintenance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled
passenger-carrying vehicles; not to exceed $5,000 for the purchase
of evidence in connection with investigations of apparent violations
of said Act, [$3,250,0003 $2,726,000: Provided, That Joint Board
members may use Government transportation requests when traveling in connection with their duties as Joint Board members (49
U. S. C. 301-316, 319-327; Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law 358.)

$6, 367

408.9
1,062,977
1, 027, 440
4. 8 6, 844
"203," 737
188, 852
413.7
1, 223,136

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
District director
...
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
District supervisor
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Special agent
Accountant and auditor
Rate agent
...
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior examiner
Senior attorney
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Attorney
Total permanent, field...

16

94,800

94,400

16

93,599

92. 5 378,100

92

374, 775

91. 6 368, 678

25.5
9.5
15. 8
42. 5
2
17.8
99. 5
73. 2

85,400
31,300
53, 260
114,100
4,200
32,880
166, 050
110, 328

23.5 78,625
23, 250
7
53, 650
16
81, 275
30
2,175
1
17.5 31,875
91 151,650
73.3 109,802

23. 9 78, 750
7
23,010
15.4 51,517
22.5 60,755
1
2,100
17
30,656
90.5 148,257
71. 7 108,005

19,600
53,600

4. 5 21, 900
11
53,200

3
12

4
11

14, 550
57, 805
0. 3 1, 333

Appropriated 1945, $3,250,000

382.8
371.9
1,039, 045
1,076, 577
2. 7 4, 066
183,122
184, 209

All personal services, field.

409.3
1,143,618

01

Estimate 1946, ° $2,726,000

409.3
1,143, 618

Personal services (net) .

854.3
2, 302,069

382.8
374.6
1,260, 786
1, 226, 233
788.3
803.8
2, 527, 500
2, 449, 369

02
03
04
05
07
08

Travel
Transportation of things...
Communication services. __
Rents and utility services _.
Other contractual services .
Supplies and materials

152, 700
5,200
32,000
61,600
72,125
47, 300

154, 550
7,300
28,000
55,900
68, 770
50, 545

131, 550
5,665
31,869
56,128
65, 487
41, 558

Equipment:
Automobile equipment.
Equipment
Books

50,000
2,006
1,000

2,000
1,000

9,169
1,457
590

Temporary employment, field.
Overtime pay, field

° Excludes $302,000 transferred to and estimated for under "General administrative
expenses, Interstate Commerce Commission." This transfer is reflected in the 1944 and
1945 columns of the schedule for comparative purposes only.

Obligations
OTHER OBLIGATIONS

By objects

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man-

Total Man-

Total Man- Total

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary
years salary
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Chief of section
3 $17,250
3
$17,400
3
$17,000
Field assistant
0.1
793
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Assistant chief of section
3
14,050
3
14,200
3
13,900
1
5,150
Head accountant and auditor, _
5,200
1
1
5,000
General supervisor
1
4,600
1
4,600
0. 6 2,683
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
1
4,600
Assistant to director
4,600
1
4,450
Principal accountant and auditor
20,000
4
16,000
4
16,150
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
3,600
3,600
3,500
1
Junior administrative officer
3,600
3,575
Senior accountant and auditor
3,500
1
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
1
3,575
Senior administrative assistant
1
3,600
1
3,500
4
13,650
5
17,000
Accountant and auditor
3.9 13,155
6,525
3
9,500
2
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
2
6,400
30, 100
11
10.6 28, 445
11. 8 32, 278
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
12, 400
5
14, 359
5
12,500
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
23.2 49, 952
27.3 59,000
25.4 54, 670
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
39.2 74,040
37.2 68, 862
40.2 76,320
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
119. 6 201, 712 112. 7 187, 661
120. 2 203, 992
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
73. 2 108,123
75. 4 112, 596
73. 7 107, 970
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
1
1,350
2
2,640
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
1, 663
1.2
Professional service:
Grade 8. In excess of $9,000:
Director
1
10,000
10,000
10,000
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
6,500
5,579
0.9
Assistant director
6,500
2
13,687
13,312
Chief of section
13,750
1
6,500
6,500
Chief attorney
6,500
0.1
Assistant chief of section
628
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
1
1
1
6,400
6,400
6,400
Chief of section
0.2
2
2
11,600
11, 500
1,073
Assistant chief of section
10
57, 400
9.8 55, 978
13.5 77,000
Principal examiner
2
1
11, 600
11,600
5,793
2
Principal attorney
1
5,607
Assistant chief attorney
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
1
5,200
5,150
5,000
1
1
Assistant chief of section.__
24.9 120,295
92, 700 17.6 84,944
Senior examiner
19
2
9,800
9,600
2
10,000
Senior attorney
2
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
22.9 89,716
26.9 107,220
23.3 92,540
Examiner.
4
4
4.8 19,440
16,350
15,650
Attorney
,
1
1
4,000
3,850
3,800
Engineer
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
21.9 72,180
16.7 55,165
22.6 74, 394
Associate examiner
16, 825
3
4. 9 16, 580
5
11, 693
Associate attorney
1
3,200
0.8 2,560
Associate engineer
18.1 46,810
12
18.8 50,819
32,400
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
3.9 9,600
5.1 12,300
6.7 15, 794
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600




09 Total, equipment

53,006

3,000

11, 216

423, 931

368, 065

343, 473

Grand total obligations
Transferred to "General administrative
expenses. Interstate Commerce Commission"

2, 726, 000

2, 895, 565

2, 792,842

+329, 435

+343, 618

Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance __

2, 726,000

3, 225,000
+25,000

3,136, 460
13, 540

2, 726,000

3,250,000

3,150,000

$197,386
88, 662
223, 774
339, 813
172,085
101,150
79, 938
78, 520
1, 444, 672

$215,356
87, 680
279,119
322, 379
189, 374
114, 715
80,175
105, 650
1, 501,117

$205, 594
79, 987
281, 570
332,445
157,180
105,030
69, 272
101, 748

2, 726,000

2,895, 565

2, 726,000

3, 250,000

Total other obligations.

Total estimate or appropriation
BY PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Director and staff
Section of accounts
Section of certificates.
Section of complaints
Section of finance
Section of law and enforcement _
Section of safety
Section of insurance
Field operations

Grand total obligations
Adjustments (see objects schedule for detail)
Total estimate or appropriation

+354, 435

1, 460,016
2, 792, 842
+357,158
3,150, 000

[Not to exceed $2,500 of the appropriations herein made for the
Interstate Commerce Commission shall be available for expenses,
except membership fees, for attendance at meetings concerned with
the work of the Commission] (Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law 358).
Printing and Binding, Interstate Commerce Commission—
For all printing and binding for the Interstate Commerce Commission, including not to exceed $17,000 to print and furnish to the

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
INTERSTATE COMMERCE

Obligations

COMMISSION—Continued

By objects

SALARIES AND EXPENSES—continued

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Printing and Binding, Interstate Commerce Commission—Con.

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD—continued

States, at cost, blank annual report forms of common carriers, and
the receipts from such sales shall be ciedited to this appropriation,
[$157,7001 $137,000 (81 U. S. C. 588; 49 U. S. C. 21-25; Act
of June 27, 1944, Public Law 858).
Estimate 1946, $137,000
Appropriated 1945, $157,700

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service—Continued.
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
$7,620

5

$7,455

7.2 $10, 571

50.5 167,680

Total permanent, field
Overtime pay, field

5

60

206, 980
32,634

53.8 181, 741
30,758

All personal services, field

50.5 167, 680

60

239, 614

53.8 212, 499

01

Obligations

Personal services (net)

55.5 177, 280

65

251,107

58.7 223, 261

02
03
04
05
07
08
09

Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Rents and utility services
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment

65 743
500
3,516
1,534
50
50

44 494
25
3,438
1,534
60
5

By objects

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
06 Printing and binding:
Printed forms and letterheads
Decisions
Statistical information
Annual reDorts
Miscellaneous

-

$43,270
50,100
36,130
3,400
12, 800

_.

$42, 048
43,172
36, 681
3,330
3,245

$43,270
50,100
36, 985
3,400
15, 700

Grand total obligations
Sales of annual report forms to the States__

145, 700
-8,700

149, 455
- 8 , 700

128,476
- 8 , 883

Net total obligations
__
_._
Estimated savings, unobligated balance-_
Total estimate or appropriation

137,000

140, 755
16, 945

119, 593
30, 407

137, 000

157, 700

.

Total other obligations

48 000
100
3,486
1,534
50
50
500

500

638

53, 720

71, 893

50,194

231,000

323, 000
15, 000

273, 455
25, 545

231,000

338,000

299,000

150, 000

Cost of Handling Penalty Mail, Interstate Commerce Commission—
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—Interstate Commerce Commission,
$23,125.]
For deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty
mail of the Interstate Commerce Commission as required by section 2
of the Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 864), $80,000 (Act of Dec.
22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $30,000
Appropriated 1945, $23,125
04 Payment for penalty mail: Obligations—1946, $30,000; 1945, $23,125.

Salaries and Expenses, Interstate Commerce Commission (National
Defense)—
Salaries and expenses, emergency: For necessary expenses, including traveling expenses, to enable the Interstate Commerce
Commission, for the purpose of promoting the national security and
defense, to adopt measures for preventing shortages of railroad
equipment and congestion of traffic, and expediting the movement
of cars by railroads through terminals, and related activities,
[$338,000] $231,000 (Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law 858).
Estimate 1946, $231,000
Appropriated 1945, $338,000
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,8000.7 $2,212
1
$3.300
1
$3,300
Senior clerk, traffic analyst
2. 7 4, 425
2
3,330
3,360
2
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
2
2,895
1. 5 2, 250
2
2,940
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
9,600

5

9,525
1,968

9,600

5

11,493

4. 9

39. 5 150,160
9,900
6

49
6

189,700
9,825

Claims, Judgments, and Private Relief Acts—
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities: Obligations—-1944, $136.75.

Total, Interstate Commerce Commission, annual appropriations, general account:
Estimate 1946, $8,433,000
Appropriated 1945, $9,194,825
Trust accounts:
Unearned Permit Fees, Interstate Commerce Commission—
For the refundment of unearned permit fees under section 224,
Interstate Commerce Act (49 U. S. C. 824) •
Obligations

By'objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities
1943 funds available in 1944
1944 funds available in 1945

$20
-20

4. 9 10, 762

43. 7 166, 336
2. 9 4, 834

$308
-70

+20

258

Unearned Fees, Admission of Attorneys, Interstate Commerce
Commission—
For the refundment of unearned fees: Admission of attorneys,
under section 17 (12) of the Transportation Act of 1940 (49 U. S."C.
17 (12)).
Obligations
By objects

8, 887
1,875

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Service agent
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980

Total estimate or appropriation

Total estimate or appropriation . .

Obligations

5
Total permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental
_
_ All personal services, departmental- 5

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities
1943 funds available in 1944
1944 funds available in 1945
1945 funds available in 1946

$100

$140

-100

-240
+100

$130
-370
+240

Total estimate or appropriation

Statement of proposed expenditures for purchase, maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger-carrying vehicles, for the fiscal year ending June SO, 1 6, as required by 5 V. S. C. 78
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Vehicles to be purchased (motor
unless otherwise
Appropriation

indicated)

Number
Motor transport regulation, Interstate Commerce Commission.




56

Gross
cost
$56,000

Old vehicles to be
exchanged

Allowance
Number (estimated)
30

$6,000

Net cost
of vehicles to
be purchased

Old
vehicles
still to
be used

Total
maintenance, repair, and
operation,
all vehicles

$50,000

102

$36,525

Public purpose and users

All cars to be used by district directors, district supervisors, and
other employees in connection with field work of the Bureau
of Motor Carriers.

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS
Advisory Committee for Aeronautics—

For necessary salaries and expenses of the National Advisory
Committee for Aeronautics, including contracts for personal services in the making of special investigations and reports; traveling
expenses of members and employees, including [not to exceed
$2,500 for attendance upon meetings of technical and professional

societiesJ the cost of a compartment or such other accommodation as
may be authorized by the Chairman for security when authorized
personnel are required to transport secret documents or hand baggage
containing highly technical and valuable equipment; periodicals and

books of reference; equipment, maintenance, and operation of the
Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, the Ames Aeronautical
Laboratory, and the aircraft engine research laboratory at Cleveland, Ohio; purchase and maintenance of cafeteria equipment;
maintenance and operation of motor-propelled passenger-carrying
vehicles; not to exceed [$383,4003 $286,871 for personal services
in the District of Columbia, including one Director of Aeronautical
Research at not to exceed $10,000 per annum; not to exceed $6,075

for deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty mail
as required by section 2 of the Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 864);

and not to exceed $2,500 for temporary employment of consultants,
at not to exceed $50 per diem, by contract or otherwise, without
regard to the civil-service and classification laws; in all, [$23,218,830] $26,000,000.
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—National Advisory Committee for
Aeronautics:' Not to exceed $4,649 of the appropriation "Advisory
Committee for Aeronautics, 1945"] (49 U. S. C. 241-245; Art of

June 27, 1944, Public Law 358; Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $26,000,0G0
Appropriated 1945, ° $25,874,830

a Includes $2,656,000 appropriated in the First Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1945.
Obligations
By objects
Estimate,1946 ; Estimate,1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
years salary years salary years salary
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Executive officer
_
1 $6,234
1 $6,400
1
$6,400
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Chief, finance division
1
3,600
3,600
1
1
3,600
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,S00:
1
1
3.037
3,200
3,200
Chief, purchase division.
1
1
1
Chief, personnel division
3, 200
3,200
3,200
1
2.5 7,507
6,300
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
2
6. 300
2
1.9 5.150
4
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
10, 400
4
10, 400
6.3 15, 357
9
21.300
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,000
9
21,300
7.9 15.969
15 30,000
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
15 30.000
30.6 55, 543
57,931
32
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
57, 931
32
20
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $l,9?0
32, 640
20 32, 640
31.1 50, 455
13
18, 780
....
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
7.8 11,291
13
18, 780
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
810
0.6
Professional service:
Grade 9. In excess of $9,000:
Director of aeronautical research
1
10,000
1
10,000
10,000
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
0.9 5,987
Chief of military research
6, 500
6,500
Chief of research coordination
6,500
6,5C0
0.9 5,996
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
0.3 1.442
Principal engineer.
5,600
5,600
0.1
4C3
Chief of military liaison
Assistant for coordination
0.1
467
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,600:
1.5 7,091
1
4,600
1
4,600
Senior engineer._
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
1.9 7,283
_
Engineer _
5
19,000
5
19,000
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Chief, aeronautical intelligence diviChief, drafting division
Associate engineer
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Subprofessional service:
Grade 7. Range $2,300 to $2,900._
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500

Total permanent, departmental
Temporary employment, departmental..
Part-time employment, departmental-_.
Overtime pay, departmental.

1
1
2

3,600
3,300
6,400

1
1
2

3,600
3,300
6,400

1
3,600
1
3,500
5.6 18,131
1.3 3,449

5
4
2

12,300
9,200
3,600

5
4
2

12,300
9,200
3,600

5.7 14,133
3. 5 7, 954
2.6 4,670
2.1 3,323

1
1

1,320
1,200

1,320
1,200
286,871

286,871

442
1,691

123.8

126

126

0.3
1.3

2.3
1.9

277,845
3,095
1,940
56,873

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD—continued

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal serv- Man- Total Man- Total
ice—Continued.
years salary years salary
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Executive assistant
1 $5,600
1
$5,600
Superintendent of shops
1
5,600
1
5,600
Chief project auditor^
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
1
4,600
Shop superintendent.
1
4,600
Chief of mechanical operation and
1
4,600
maintenan ce
1
4,600
Head project auditor
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
15
57.000
20 76,000
Senior shop superintendent
2
Superintendent of aircraft
7, 600
3,
2
Administrative assistant
7,600
7,600
1
Principa 1 expediter
3,800
3,800
Prinoinal project auditor
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
20
70,000
Senior shop superintendent
23.4 81,900
2
7,000
Senior administrative assistant
2
7,000
1
3,500
Apprentice administrator
1
3,500
0.3 1,050
2
7,000
Aviation mechanic, group leader
.
0.3 1,050
2
7,000
Aviation metalsmith, group leader. ...
0.3 1,050
2
7,000
Molder, group leader
0.3 1,050
2
7,000
Electrician, group leader
,
Senior project auditor
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
28 89,600
30.3 96,960
Shop superintendent...
6. 2 19,840
" 25,700
Aviation metalsmith, group leader
5. 2 16,640
22,400
Supervising draftsman
7 22,500
22, 500
Senior administrative assistant
5.6 17,920
22,400
Aircraft modelmaker, group leader....
4.2 13,440
16,000
Toolmaker, group leader
3. 3 10, 560
16,000
Aviation mechanic, group leader
3
9,600
9,600
Electrician, group leader
9,600
2.3 7,360
Structural steelworker, group leader..
9,600
1.6 5,120
Instrument maker, group leader
6,400
1.3 4,160
Molder, group leader
640
1.9 6,080
Design toolmaker
"_".
6,400
Model surfacer and finisher, group
1
3,200
leader....
1
3.200
1
3,200
Supervising photographer
1
3,200
1
3,200
Property officer
_.
1
3,200
Assistant apprentice administrator_"_.
0.3 960
Artist illustrator
3,200
Project auditor
Toolmaker
Heat treater
"
Chief inspector of building construction
214.6
244.4
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
622,340
708,760
28. 7 74,820
36. 2 94,320
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200..
36.8
43.8
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900..
85, 600
100, 740
79.3
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600..
94.2
158,600
190,400
139.8
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160..
153.4
251, 640
276,120
308.3
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980..
310.3
500, 526
503,766
393.7
Grade2. Range $1,440 to $1,800..
393.5
566, 928
566,640
81.5
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620..
81
102, 690
102,060
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,0C0:
2 16,250
2 16,250
Engineer in charge
1
8,0C0
1
8,000
Chief airplane test pilot
Grade 7. Ranee $6,500 to $7,500:
60,000
9 60, 000
Head engineer
13,750
2 13, 750
Head physicist
6,500
1
6,500
Executive engineer
1
6,500
6,500
Head engineer test pilot
1
6,500
6,500
Head airplane test pilot
1
6,500
6,500
Flight engineer
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
28.2
33.3
Principal engineer
158,320
186,880
2.3 12,880
Principal flight engineer
3 16,800
1
5,600
Principal physicist
1
5,600
Principal physical chemist.. .
1
1
5,600
5,600
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior engineer
71
87.3
326,800
401,780
9.3 43,180
Senior physicist
10 46,000
1
4,600
Senior naval architect
1
4,600
3 13,800
Senior architect
3 13,800
1
4,600
1
Senior administrative assistant.
4,600
1
4,600
1
Senior machine designer
4,600
Senior physical ch emist
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
115.7
Engineer
139.7

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Physicist
A rchitect
....
Chemist
Mathematician
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate engineer

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
Secretary and field coordinator.,
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Manager.

Associate physicist
Associate mathematician...
Associate chemist
_
Associate flight engineer
Associate physical chemist..

All personal services, departmental.

602000—45




6

57,374
128

126

126
286,871

344,245

339, 753

1

8,250

8,250

8,125

1

6,500

6,500

6,500

531, 260
76,000
22,800
13,400
3,8C0

440,060
19. 7 74,860
6
22,800
3.5 13,300
1
3,800

347.4
1,111,680
20 64,000
6
19,200
7
22,400
3
9,600
2
6,400

314.9
1,007,980
19.9 63, 680
6. 6 20,940
7.4 23, 680
1.6 5,120
1.3 4,160

20
6
3
1

Manyears

Total
salary

0. 3 $1,540
0. 3 1,400
1
5,367
1.4

6,133

1
0.3

4,600
1,150

9. 7 36, 271
0.8 3,008
0.7 2,692
3,800
1
3,275
13.9 47,754
1.1 3,937
0.5 1,896

146
19.3 60, 714
1.3 4,133
1
3,066
5. 9 18,441
1.7 5,600
1.7 5,600
1.4 4,533
o.e 1,866
18
0.6
0. 6 1,866
0 6 1,866
.
0.6 1,866

0.6 1,866
0.1 400
1
3,067
0.6 1,866
3.4 10,818
1.5 4,667
0.1
400
0.1
267
152.1
437, 700
15.4 40,399
27.4
63,367
48
96,159
89.8
161,672
1,79.5
291,085
237.7
342,345
48.1
60,622

16,125
7,666
53,222
2 13,479
1
6,5U)
1
6,500
1.1 6,771
,
1.4 801
8,071
21.1
118,132
1.9 10,500
1.6 8,866
1
5,367
36.9
169,695
7.9 36,941
1
4,600
1
4,408
192
79.8
303,331
16. 2 61, 481
4.8 17,744
2
7,442
0.9 3,483
211.4
675,569
24. 5 78,885
1.7 5,404
4.6 14,666
0.9 2,933
2.2 7,015

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Obligations

NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR
AERONAUTICS—Continued

By objects
Estimate,1946 Estimate,1945 Actual, 1944

Advisory Committee for Aeronautics—Continued.
Grand total obligations.
Transferred to "Miscellaneous researches,
transferred funds, National Bureau of
Standards"

Obligations
By objects
Estimate,1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PEKSONAL SERVICES, FIELD—continued

1

$3,200

Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200

623

Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600

1,621,800
648.4
1,296,800

Sub professional service:
Grade 8. Range $2,600 to $3,200

513.7
1,335,620
732.3
1, 683,990
421.5
843,000
282.5
508,500
243.2
393,984
331.6
477,504

Grade 7. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600.—
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 3. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Grade 2. Range $1,320 to $1,680

300

Grade 1. Range $1,200 to $1,560

45

Grade 10. Range $2,600 to $3,200

_

Grade 8. Range $2,200 to $2,800
Grade 7. Range $2,040 to $2,500
Grade 6. Range $1,860 to $2,220Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040

Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
Grade 1. Range $720 to $960-_

Total permanent, field
Teirporary employment field
Part-time employment field
Overtime pay,
field
All personal services,
field

396,000
54,000

—

140,400

352,000
76.3
167,860
34.9 71, 256
66.1
123,006
115.5
194,460
224.6
338,460
134.2
14
37

177 144.

16,800
26,700

Personal services (net)

$18,794,376

+150,000

+150,000

+131,634

26,000,000

25,874, 830

18,926,010
694,405

26,000,000

25,874,830

19,620,415

Headquarters, Washington, D. C
Research contracts
Langley laboratory
Ames laboratory
__.
Cleveland laboratory

$363, 666
500,000
10, 734, 750
3, 393,015
10,858, 569

$458,611
500,000
11,021,477
3, 071, 766
10, 672,976

$416, 580
202,455
7, 667, 537
2, 535,380
7,972,424

Grand total obligations.
Adjustments (see objects schedule for detail)

25,850,000

25,724,830

18, 794,376

+150,000

+150,000

+826,039

26,000, 000

25,874,830

19, 620,415

Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate or appropriation

$3,200

0.4 $1,200
3 2 10 342
1.6 4,978
0.6 1,947

563.7
1,467,482
552.5
1,105,028

443

448.7
1,166,620
632.9
1,455,332
362.8
725,600
258.3
464,820
240.4
389,448
334.7
481,968
297.7
392, 964
45 54,000

242.5
637,934
320.2
737,731
182.7
365,224
174.9
314,889
196.5
318,158
206.9
297,985
233.3
308,011
61.2 73,429

1,155, 437
443.6
885,329

136.1
313,130
62.3
137,060
32 65,343
65

120, 960
104.9
176,652
217.5
327,810
134.2
177,144
15 18,000
35.2 25,404

Total estimate or appropriation

Printing and Binding, Advisory Committee for Aeronautics—
For all printing and binding
mittee for Aeronautics, including
services located in Washington,
where, $15,000 (SI U. S. C. 588;
358).
Estimate 1946, $15,000

19

106,340

BY PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

74.3
33.6

_ 7,275

Appropriated 1945, $15,000
Obligations

171,049

74,364
36. 5 74,004
54.3
104,530
51.5
86,580
143.4
216,871
96.3

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate,1945 Actual, 1944

06 Printing and binding:
Technical reports
Printed forms and letterheads
Miscellaneous printing, binding,
and storage of type

$3,000
4,500

$3,000
4,500

7,500

7,500

6,506

Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _

15,000

15,000

10.456
4,544

15,000

15,000

15,000

19fi RQR

12. 9 15, 390
22.6 16,300

6,620
4, 541.1
11,912,448
17,216,689

6,746
7,401
4,669.1
16, 271, 871
17, 560,934
12, 252, 201

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

] 12,000
77, 500
6,075
65,465
1,900,000
1,016,089
3, 400, 000
3,001,000

133,200
71, 750
4,619
58,975
1, 270,078
895,296
2, 488, 221
3, 241, 727

51,078
533,120
717,469
2, 366, 361
2, 709,118

9, 578,129

02 Travel
03 Transportation of things . .
04 Payment for penalty mail
Other communication services
05 Rents and utility services
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials ...
09 Equipment
Total other obligations

for the National Advisory Comall of its offices, laboratories, and
District of Columbia, and elseAct of June 27, 19J+U, Public Law

49,477

6 620
7 275
4 370 2
14, 347,239
9,470,941
15,985,000
154 4
238,016
16 5 19,058
2,184,433
2,869,450
15,985,000

01

1

40.9

54
153

Grade 9. Range $2,300 to $2,900.

Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860

$25,724,830

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary

Professional service—Continued.
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800—Con.
Associate technical editor
Associate architect
Associate machine designer _
Associate mechanical illustrator

Crafts, protective, and custodial service:

$25,850,000

99,046
65,983

8,163,896

6, 542,175

Total estimate or appropriation.

$3,950

Construction and Equipment, Langley Field, Va., Advisory Committee for Aeronautics—
(Appropriated 1945, $835,000)
Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Advisory Committee for
Aeronautics—
(Appropriated 1945, $3,910,000)
NOTE.—See under General Public Works Program, pp. 657-658.
Claims, Judgments, and Private Relief Acts—
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities: Obligations—1944, $135.76.
Total, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, annual
appropriations, general account:
Estimate 1946, $26,015,000
Appropriated 1945, • $25,889,830
• Excludes $4,745,000 carried under General Public Works Program*

Statement of proposed expenditures for purchase, maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger-carrying vehicles, for the fiscal year ending June SO, 1946, as required by 5 U. S. C. 78

NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS

Appropriation

Vehicles to be purchased (motor
unless otherwise
indicated)
Number

Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.




Gross
cost

Old vehicles to be
exchanged

Net cost
of vehicles to
be purAllowance chased
Number (estimated)

Old
vehicles
still to
be used

38

Total
maintenance, repair, and
operation,
all vehicles
$19,800

Public purpose and users

3 cars used by officials and employees of Washington office in
transacting official business locally; 14 cars used by staff of
the committee at Langley Field, Va.; 10 cars used at Mofiett
Field, Calif.; and 11 cars at Cleveland, Ohio, for transportation between widely separated research facilities and for
official trips in the vicinity to points inadequately served by
common carriers.

83

EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Obligations

NATIONAL ARCHIVES

By objects

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Salaries and Expenses, National Archives—
Salaries and expenses: For salaries and expenses of the Ar- PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.
chivist and the National Archives; including personal services in
the District of Columbia; scientific, technical, first-aid, protective, Professional service—Continued.
Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800—Con.
years salary years salary
and other apparatus and materials for the arrangement, titling,
years salary
Associate legal editor, Federal Regisscoring, repair, processing, editing, duplication, reproduction, and
3 $9,600
$9,600
ter..
2.3 $7,528
authentication of photographic and other records (including motion1
3,200
Associate technologist
0.2
506
Associate legal adviser.
picture and other films and sound recordings) in the custody of the
0.7
2,195
3,200
Associate reproduction service expert.
1
1
3,200
Archivist; purchase and exchange of books, including lawbooks,
36.7 97,024
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
51 132,500 43 112, 700
books of reference, maps, and charts; contract stenographic reporting
31.6 64,064
31.5 63,800 31.5 63,800
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
services; purchase of newspapers and periodicals; not to exceed $100 Subprofessional service:
3
3
2.1 4,267
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
6,100
6,100
for payment in advance when authorized by the Archivist for
7
7.6 14,652
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
7
13,440
13,440
library membership in societies whose publications are available to
10.1 16,450
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980
17
27, 720 17
27,720
1.5 2,191
Grade 3. Range $1,440 to $1,800
1
1,440
1
1,440
members only or to members at a price lower than to the general
3.1 4,211
3
3,900
Grade 2. Range
3,900
3
public; not to exceed $8,000 for deposit in the general fund of the Crafts, protective, $1,320 to $1,680service:
and custodial
Treasury for cost of penalty mail as required by section 2 of the Act
0.5
Grade 9. Range $2,300 to $2,900
1,258
1
1
2,400
Grade 8. Range $2,200 to $2,800
2,400
1
2,400
of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 864); travel expenses; exchange of
1
1
2,100
Grade 7. Range $2,040 to $2,500
2,100
2,055
1
scientific and technical apparatus; and maintenance, operation,
7,640
4
4
Grade 6. Range $1,860 to $2,220
7,640
1.4 2,725
and repair of one passenger-carrying motor vehicle; [$1,042,340]
1,680
1
1
1
1,548
Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040.
1,680
6,060
4
4
3.5 5,098
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
$997,000.
6,060
40,450
58
18
24, 256
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
77,410 30
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—National Archives: Not to exceed
5,120
4
17.1 22,187
4
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
5,120
$2,775 of the appropriation "Salaries and expenses, National Archives,
Total permanent, departmental
1945"] (44 U. S. C. 800-SOOk, Supplement II, 800aa-800jj, 801-814, Temporary employment, departmental... 356 836,010 319 777,010 309.9 738,218
2
2,777
Supplement II, 811-Slla; 53 Stat. 1062; 57 Stat. 880; Act of June Part-time employment, departmental
0.5
836
2,020
"1
2,"020" 1
27, 1944, Public Law 358;-Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Overtime pay, departmental
142,643
147, 964
Estimate 1946, $997,000
Appropriated 1945, - $1,064,340
All personal services, departmental. 357 838,030 320 926,994 312.4 884,474

• Includes $22,000 appropriated in the First Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1945.
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Administrative secretary
1
$6,400
1
$6,400
1 $6,250
Budget officer
1
5,600
1
5,600
Administrative assistant to the
Archivist.-.
5,783
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Administrative officer
0.1
460
Chief editor, Federal Register. __
1
4,600
4,600
4,600
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
3,800
1
3,800
Chief of personnel management
0.8 3,030
3,800
1
Assistant budget officer
...
3,800
0.8 3,000
0.3 1,024
3,800
1
Assistant administrative secretary
3,800
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
1
Chief of finance and accounts
0.6 2,062
3,200
3,200
3,800
1
Chief of service and supply
3,800
1
3,800
3,300
3,300
1
1
Chief of records and communications.
3,300
3,200
1
3,200
1
Editor, Federal Register
3,200
8,100
3.5 9,424
8,700
3
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
25,300
15,029
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
25,300
11
6.6
31,400
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
31,600
14.4 30, 234
15
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
.__ 32.5 59,520
32.5 59,520 36.2 66,238
46,080
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
28
46,080
29.8 48, 708
28
11,760
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
..._
13.5 20,048
9
13,200
8
Professional service: .
Grade 9. In excess of $9,000:
Archivist of the United States
10,000
9,861
10,000
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
6,500
6,500
0.3 2,022
Director of the Federal Register
6,500
6,500
0.3 2,022
Director of operations. _
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Director of the Federal Register
0.7 3,995
6,000
6,000
Deputy director of operations
5,600
5,600
Assistant director of operations
"6.3" "I," 742
5,600
5,600
Management officer
_
5,600
5,600
Program adviser
5,600
5,600
Records appraisal officer
5,600
5,600
Records control officer
5,600
5,600
Director of war records
Director of records accessioning and
preservation
1
5,850
Director of reference service
Director of research and records de1
5,600
scription..
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
1
5,600
Chief of records division
10
49,800
49,800
14
67,359
C hief of general reference
1
4,600
4,600
Legal editor, Federal Register
4,600
1
4,600
1
4,900
Acting management officer
2.2 10,177
Assistant to the Archivist
__
Assistant director, war records office..
4,600
4,600
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
11
5.8 22,377
42,300
Archivist.
..
11
42,300
1
1
3,800
Legal editor, Federal Register
3,800
3,800
1
4,048
1
Chemical engineer
_.
4,400
4,400
3,800
Technologist1
3,800
Technical assistant to director of
1
operations.
3,800
3,800
1
Assistant to program adviser
3,800
3,800
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
17
54,700
17
Associate archivist
54,700 25.3 81,441
1
3,419
1
1
3,200
Associate librarian
3,200




PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Director, Franklin D. Roosevelt Library
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Assistant director, Franklin D. Roosevelt Library
Archivist
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Subprofessional service:
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
__.
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980..
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620

Total permanent, field.
Overtime pay, field
01

Ail personal services, field.
Personal services (net)

2,100
6,480

2,100
4,860

1
2,075
0.2
437
0.8 1,210

5,800

5,800

5,800

1
2
1
4

4,000
7,600
2,600
8,100

4,000
7,600
2,600
6,100

1

2,000

2,000

1,380

1,380

1,320

16

40,060

36, 440
6,637

8.9 22,563
4,293

1
4

3,800
0.9
1.3

2,289
2,639

0.3
1.4

539
2,454

43,077

8.9 26,856

970,071

321. 3 911,330

2,900
200
3,000
8,500
215
3,150
18,700

2,500
200
2,775
8,500
200
3,883
15,000

8,553
60
2,742
12,867

111, 250
1,500

95,436
775

34,698
305

112,750

96, 211

35,003

149, 415

129, 269

60,409

1,027,505
-30,505
997,000

1,099,340
-35,000
1,064,340

997,000

1,064,340

971,739
-39,060
932,679
1,721
934,400

$67,595
164.668
271,661
87,130
165,031
69, 445
29,000
142,470
30,505
1,027,505

$76,758
167, 548
240,094
102,576
197, 350
82, 579
31,376
166, 058
35,000
1,099,340

$79,102
130,855
149,298
93, 370
204,784
75,486
31,662
168,122
39,060
971,739

-30, 505
997,000

-35,000
1,064, 340

-37, 339
934,400

16

40,060

373

878,090

14
334

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02 Travel
03 Transportation of things
04 Payment for penalty mail
Other communication services..
05 Rents and utility services...
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
_
Equipment:
Document containers..
Miscellaneous
09 Total, equipment.—
Total other obligations.
Grand total obligations.
Reimbursements for services performed...
Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance..
Total estimate or appropriation

95

B Y PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

General management
Records retirement
Preservation of records
Analysis and description of records....
Reference service
Federal Register
Franklin D. Roosevelt Library
Facilitating services
Services performed for other agencies.
Grand total obligations
Adjustments (see objects schedule for
detail)
Total estimate or appropriation

84

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
NATIONAL ARCHIVES—Continued

Printing and Binding, National Archives—
Printing and binding: For all printing and binding, $7,000
(Act of June 27, 19U, Public Law S58).
Appropriated 1945, $7,000
Estimate 1946, $7,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Working Fund, National Archives (Advance From Salaries and
Expenses, War Production Board)—
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Editing of Federal Register type in advance
of reproduction and distribution to War
Production Board field offices
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

06 Printing and binding
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate or appropriation

$7,000

$7 000

7,000

7 000

$6,666
334
7,000

Working Fund, National Archives (Advance From Salaries and
Expenses, Immigration and Naturalization Service, Department
of Justice)—
Obligations

Manyears

Total Man- Total Man- Total
salary years salary years salary
1
2

$2,300
3,600

1
2

$2, 300
3,570

Total permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental

3

5,900
1,300

3

5,870
1,278

01
Personal services (net)
Advanced from War Production Board..
Estimated savings, unobligated balance..

3

7,200
-7,200

3

7,148
-7,178
30

Total estimate or appropriation

Working Fund, National Archives (Advances From Navy)—

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate,1945

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160

Actual, 1944
Obligations

Lamination and repair of ships' manifests
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500._.

By objects
Manyears

Total Mansalary years

0.2

$351

1.7
0.1
6.5
0.6

Total permanent, departmental _
Overtime pay, departmental.
_

2,987
96
8,684
700

9.1

12,818
2,856

9.1

15,674

1.3

All personal services, departmental.

1,782
405

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Temporary employment, field
Overtime pay, field _
All personal services, field
01

1.3

2,187

10.4 17,861

Personal services (net)

Maintaining the administration of the
United Nations training film library in
operation in the National Archives Building
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160...
Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Subprofessional service:
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,100
Total permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental
01
Personal services (net)
Advanced from Aviation, Navy
Estimated savings, unobligated balance.

Manyears

Total Man- Total Man- Total
salary years salary years salary
0.1

$20

0.1
0.1

83
65

0.2

303

0.5

471
95
566
-800
234

0.5

Total estimate or appropriation..

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02
03
04
07
08
13

Estimate,1946 Estimate,1945 Actual, 1944

Total Man- Total
salary years salary

1,886
317
1
57
3,543
6,800

Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Refunds, awards, and indemnities
Total other obligations

12,604

Grand total obligations
Advanced from Department of Justice .
Estimated savings, unobligated balance..

30,465
-30,500
35

Servicing of records of naval personnel on
file in the National Archives Building
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
_.
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500
Total permanent, departmental...
Overtime pay, departmental
01
Personal services (net)

2.4
0.6

3, 582
803
4,385
958
5,343

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Total estimate or appropriation

4,657

13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities

Working Fund, National Archives (Advance From Salaries and
Expenses, Office of Price Administration)—

Grand total obligations
Advanced from Pay, subsistence, and
transportation, Navy
Total estimate or appropriation

10,000
-10,000

Obligations

Working Fund, National Archives (Advances From War)—

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Obligations
Editing of Federal Register type in advance
of reproduction and distribution to Office
of Price Administration field offices
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
_

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate,1945 Actual, 1944
Man- Total Man- Total Man* Total
years salary years salary years salary
1
1

$2, 300
1,800

1
1

$2,300
1,784

Total permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental

2

4,100
886

2

4,084
886

Personal services (net)
Advanced from Office of Price Administration
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _

2

4,986

2

4,970

Total estimate or appropriation




-4,986

-4,986
16

Maintaining the administration of the United
Nations training film library in operation
in the National Archives Building
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Clerical; administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Subprofessional service:
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,100
Total permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental

Man- Total Manyears salary years

Total Man- Total
salary years salary
0.1

$10

0.1
0.1

15

0.2

301

0.5

395

78

EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES

85

Obligations

Obligations

By objects

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Maintaining the administration of the
United Nations training film library in
operation in the NatioJtal Archives Building—Continued
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Manyears

Total Mansalary years

Total
salary

01
Personal services (net)
Advanced from Signal Service of the
Army
Estimated savings, unobligated balance..

Man- Total
years salary
0.5

$473
-3,000
2,527

Total estimate or appropriation
For services in connection with reproduction
of microfilm copies from master negative
film

Total permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental
01
Personal services (net)
Advanced from Air Corps, Army
Total estimate or appropriation

_

0.1
0.2
1.8

740
5,285

- 2 , 500
1,035

+2, 500

- 7 , 785

Appropriated 1945, $1,071,340

Estimate 1946, $1,004,000

Estimate, 1946 Estimate,1945 Actual, 1944
To cover expenses in connection with the
cooperative operation of the photographic
laboratory, National Archives Building
Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
1
1
3
3
1
9

$2,600
2,000
5,400
4,860
1,440
16,300
3,533

9

19,833

Ov^rtiTno pay, dpparfcmp.nt.ftl

Personal services (net)

291
1,465

Grand total obligations
Received by transfer from "Emergency
fund for the President, National Defense"
1944 balance available in 1945
Estimated savings, unobligated balance..

3, 516
759
2.1
4, 275
- 4 , 275

Obligations

01

Total other obligations

$300
440

2.1

By objects

PERSONAL SERVICES. DEPARTMENTAL

$291

Total, National Archives, annual iippropriations, general
account:

$200
360
2,956

Working Fund, National Archives (Advance From Salaries and
Expenses, Office of Strategic Services)—

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800...
Total permanent, departmental

__

Total estimate or appropriation

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Clerical, administrative, andfiscalservice:
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980

02 Travel
07 Other contractual services..

Trust accounts:
Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Income Acco unt—
stablishment and mainThe joint resolution to "provide for the et
tenance of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Librar y (53 Stat. 1062-1066)
establishes a Board to be known as the Trustees of the Franklin D.
Roosevelt Library and authorizes it to aceept gifts and bequests
of personal property (sec. 205 (a) (c)). " The income from any
trust funds held by the Board . . . shall be deposited with the
Treasurer of the United States, who shall ent(jr it in a special account
. . . subject to disbursement by the Archivi
wise restricted by the instrument of gift, in st, except where otherment for the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library; the purchase of equippublication of guides, inventories, calendars, in the preparation and
tion of material in the said Library; and ir and textual reproduchistorical material for the said Library" (sel the purchase . . . of
from the sale of publications and duplicate<;. 205 (d)). Proceeds
from fees collected from visitors are also ) printed material and
account and available for disbursement by paid into the special
vided above (sees. 203, 205 (d), 207).
the Archivist as proAppropriated 1945, $0
Estimate 1946, $1,500
Revised 1945, $1,500

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

07 Other contractual services
Grand total obligations
Advanced from Office of Strategic Services..
Total estimate or appropriation

665

Obligations

20,498
-20,498

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Emergency Fund for the President, National Defense (National
Archives)—
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate,1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Clerical, administrative, andfiscalservice:
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Professional service:
Grade 9. In excess of $9,000:
Archivist of the United States
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Assistant to Archivist
_
Chief of records divisions
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Chemical engineer
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate archivist
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Total permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental.
01
Personal services (net)




07 O ther contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment

$400
575
600

Grand total obligations..
Prior year funds available in 1944
1944 funds available in 1945
1945 funds available in 1946
1946 funds available in 1947

1,575

$400
575
600
1,575
-9,903

-9,828

+9,753

Total estimate or appropriation

1,500

+9,828
1,500 1

$7
53
60
-9,161

+9,903

802

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
0.1

$180

0.1
0.1

0.1

453

933
832

0.1

380

0.1

152

0.2
0.3

815
881

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Gift Fund—

139

0.2
0.2

$162

0.3

1,013
161

1.2

3,914
631

0.3

1,174

1. 2

4,545

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
1944 funds available in 1945
1945 funds available in 1946...
1946 funds available in 1947

-$495

_

Total p^timatp or fvonronriation

-$495
+495

+495 .

+$495

495

86

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
Obligations

NATIONAL ARCHIVES—Continued

By objects

National Archives Trust Fund, Donations—

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual ,1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Manyears

Professional service:
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate archivist
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200

Total Man- Total Man- Total
salary years salary years salary
0.1

$275

Total permanent, departmental
Temporary employment, departmental .
Overtime pay, departmental

0.1

275

01

0.1

0.4 $1,299
0.1

113

0.5
0.1

1,412
173
300

0.6

1, 885

52

Personal services (net)

327

07 Other contractual services..
08 Supplies and materials.. _
13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities.
Total other obligations
Grand total obligations
Prior year funds available in 1944
1944 funds available in 1945
1945 funds available in 1946
1946 funds available in 1947..
Total estimate or appropriation..

$100

$400
5
500

$100

100

429

905

100

756

2,790
-29,612
+28, 822

-28,066
+27, 966

— 28,822
+28,086

2,000

Total, National Archives, trust accounts:
Appropriated 1945, $0
Estimate 1946, $1,500
Revised 1945, $1,500

Statement of proposed expenditures for purchase, maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger-carrying vehicles, for the fiscal year ending June SO, 1946, as required by 5 U. S. C. 78
NATIONAL ARCHIVES
Vehicles to be purchased (motor
unless otherwise
indicated)

Appropriation

Salaries and
Archives.

expenses,

Gross
cost
•

Allowance
Number (estimated)

Net cost
of vehicles to
be purchased

National

Old
vehicles
still to
be used

Total
maintenance, repair, and
operation,
all vehicles

1

Number

Old vehicles to be
exchanged

$200

Public purpose and users

Car used by Archivist and officials on official business.

NATIONAL CAPITAL HOUSING AUTHORITY

Obligations

Maintenance and Operation of Title I Properties, National Capital
Housing Authority—
For the maintenance and operation of properties under title I of
the District of Columbia Alley Dwelling Authority Act, [$16,000]
$14,^00: Provided, That all receipts derived from sales, leases, or
other sources shall be covered into the Treasury of the United
States monthly.
[For an additional amount for the maintenance and operation
of properties under title I of the District of Columbia Alley Dwelling
Authority Act, fiscal year 1944, $14,000, to remain available until
June 30, 1945] (Act of Apr. 1, 1944, Public Law 279; Act of June 27,
1944, Public Law 858).
Estimate 1946, $14,700
Appropriated 1945, $16,000

By objects
Estimate,1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
04 Payment for penalty mail.

$3,000

$2, 775

$1,097
356

$199
1,015
329
117

1,455
92

1,030
85

3,000

2,775

B Y PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS

1. Hillside development (Federal Public
Housing Authority)
2. Temporary shelter management..
3. W ar housing management
4. Low rent housing fund.
5. Operation and maintenance, completed
properties
6. Langston management
Total estimate or appropriation

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Personal services, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental
01

Rents and utility services
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment

$7, 042
1, 300

8,000

13,465

1, 350
2,225
3,000
125

1,350
6,871
6,090
125

1,331
1,175
5,026
254

6,700

14, 436

7,786

14, 700

27,901
-467
-11,434

16,128
-262
+11,434

14, 700

16,000

27, 300

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

.__

Total other obligations
Grand total obligations
.
Reimbursements for services performed
1944 balance available in 1945_._.
Total^estimate or appropriation

Obligations

8,342

$8,000

Personal services (net)-..

05
07
08
09

$12,165
1,300

War Housing Development, National Capital Housing Authority
(F. P. H. A.)—
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Obligations (see consolidated schedule for
detail) .
Advanced from Federal Public Housing
Authority
_ __
1943 balance available in 1944
1944 balance available in 1945

$336,612

$34, 708

- 2 6 1 , 450

-67,300
- 4 2 , 570
+75,162

-75,162

Total estimate or appropriation

Temporary Shelter Development, National Capital Housing Authority (F. P. H. A.)—
Obligations

NOTE.—Detail in foregoing schedule also reflected in consolidated schedule.

Cost of Handling Penalty Mail, National Capital Housing Authority—
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—National Capital Housing Authority, $2,775.]^ m
For deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty
mail of the National Capital Housing Authority as required by section 2 of the Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 364), $3,000 (Act of
Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $3,000
Appropriated 1945, $2,775




By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Obligations (see consolidated schedule for
detail)
Reimbursements for services performed
Advanced from Federal Public Housing
Authority
1943 balance available in 1944
1944 balance available in 1945
Total estimate or appropriation

$161, 691
-129

-161,562

$293, 537
—397, 856
- 5 7 , 243
+161, 562

87

EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Trailer Camp Management, Temporary Shelter, National Capital
Housing Authority (F. P. H. A.)—

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Obligations (see consolidated schedule for
detail)
1943 balance available in 1944

$144
-144

Obligations (see consolidated schedule for
detail)
Receipts from rents, utilities, etc
1943 balance available in 1944
1944 balance available in 1945
1945 balance available in 1940
1946 balance available in 1947
_

$750,000
-700,000
-77,470
+27.470

$700,000
-650,000
-127,470
+77, 470

$388, 540
-500, 792
-15,218
+127,470

Total estimate or appropriation..

Total estimate or appropriation

Temporary Shelter Development, National Capital Housing Authority—

War Housing Management, National Capital Housing Authority—
This fund was created under title II of the District of Columbia
Alley Dwelling Act, as amended June 25, 1938 (52 Stat. 1188), for
the purpose of managing the completed war housing properties.

Obligations

Obligations

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Obligations (see consolidated schedule for
detail)
Reimbursements for services performed.-.
1943 balance available in 1944.
1944 balance available in 1945

$151,848
-79,855
-71,993

$875,086
-4
-947,075
+71,993

Total estimate or appropriation..

Community Facilities, Defense Public Works, Office of the Administrator, Federal Works Agency (Transfer to National
Capital Housing Authority)—
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Obligations (see consolidated schedule for
detail)
Received by transfer from "Community
facilities, defense public works, Office of
Administrator, Federal Works Agency".
1944 balance available in 1945

$5,279

$36,221

-5,279

- 4 1 , 500
+5, 279

Total estimate or appropriation

Total, National Capital Housing Authority, annual appropriations, general account:
Estimate 1946, $17,700
Appropriated 1945, $18,775
Special accounts:
Hillside Development, National Capital Housing Authority (F. P.
H. A.)~This fund was created under title II of the District of Columbia
Alley Dwelling Act, as amended June 25, 1938 (52 Stat. 1188), for
the purpose of borrowing money or accepting contributions, grants,
or other financial assistance, for the development of low rent
housing and slum clearance projects in the District of Columbia,
in accordance with the United States Housing Act of 1937.
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Obligations (see consolidated schedule for
detail) .
....
. _
Advanced from Federal Public Housing
Authority
_.

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Obligations (see consolidated schedule for
detail)
Receipts from rents, utilities, e t c . . .
Reimbursements for services performed...
Advanced from Federal Public Housing
Authority.
1943 balance available in 1944..
1944 balance available in 1945.
1945 balance available in 1946.
1946 balance available in 1947.

-102,618
+52,618

Temporary Shelter Management, National Capital Housing
Authority—
This fund was created under title II of the District of Columbia Alley Dwelling Act, as amended June 25, 1938 (52 Stat. 1188),
and pursuant to the provisions of Public Law 9, 77th Congress,
for the purpose of managing the completed temporary shelter
properties.

-152, 533
+102,618

$235.420
-344,842
-17,042
-20,000
-6,069
+152, 533

Trust accounts:
Low Rent Housing Fund, Construction Loan by United States
Housing Authority, National Capital Housing Authority—
This fund was created under title II of the District of Columbia
Alley Dwelling Act, as amended June 25, 1938 (52 Stat. 1188), for
the purpose of borrowing money or accepting contributions, grants,
or other financial assistance, for the development of low rent
housing and slum clearance projects in the District of Columbia,
in accordance with the United States Housing Act of 1937.
Appropriated 1945, $698,000
Revised 1945, $1,053,000
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945.; Actual, 1944
Obligations (see consolidated schedule fof
detail)
Reimbursements for services performed
1943 funds available in 1944
1944 funds available in 1945

-541,357

$365,279
-113,013
-577,910
+541, 357

1,053,000

215,713

$1,877, 111
-282, 7S4

Total estimate or appropriation

Operation and Maintenance, Completed Properties, National
Capital Housing Authority—
This fund was created under title II of the District of Columbia
Alley Dwelling Act, as amended June 25, 1938 (52 Stat. 1188), for
the purpose of managing the completed properties built under the
title II, low rent housing fund account, in accordance with the
United States Housing Act of 1937.
Estimate 1946, $960,000
Appropriated 1945, $823,000
Revised 1945, $950,000

$2,694,000
-2,694,000

$395,000
-345,000
-85

Total estimate or appropriation..

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946" Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Total estimate or appropriation




$395,000
-345,000

Obligations (see consolidated schedule for
detail)
.
Reimbursements for services performed
1943 funds available in 1944
1944 funds available in 1945
_
1945 funds available in 1946
1946 funds available in 1947
Total estimate or appropriation

$1,015,000

-470,983
+415,983
960,000

$1,015,000
-101,142
-434,841
+470,983
950,000

$689,599
-1,079
-189,164
+434,841

934,197

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
NATIONAL CAPITAL HOUSING AUTHORITY—Continued
Langston Management, National Capital Housing Authority—
This fund was created under title II of the District of Columbia
Alley Dwelling Act, as amended June 25, 1938 (52 Stat. 1188), for
the purpose of managing the Langston housing property.
Appropriated 1945, $114,000
Estimate 1946, $120,000
Revised 1945, $120,000
Obligations
By objects

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Obligations (see consolidated schedule for
detail)
Reimbursements for services performed
1943 funds available in 1944 .
1944 funds available in 1945
1945 funds available in 1946
1946 funds available in 1947

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 10. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 8. Range $2,200 to $2,800
Grade 7. Range $2,040 to $2,500
Grade 6. Range $1,860 to $2,220
Grade 5. Range $1,680 to $2,040
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500

$91,530
-16
-46, 560
+74, 562

$130,000
-60
-74, 562
+64,622

-64,622
+54, 622
120,000

120,000

$2, 600
6,600
10, 200
48, 360
13, 440
46, 500
7,920
70,800

0.4
2.7
4.7
21.2
8
26.8
4.5
50.7

$1,184
5,866
9,550
39,405
13,572
40,239
5,927
59, 760

272

514, C

487, 340
3,321

272

621, 716 262. 5 626, 680
3,321
3,321

484,019

272

618,395

Personal services (net).

262

107,636

257. 5 512,042
4.5 6,963
0.5
997
106,678

262. 5 623, 359

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Travel
_
Transportation of things
C ommunication services
Rents and utility services
Printing and binding _
Other contractual services.
Supplies and materials. _
Equipment
Lands and structures
Grants, subsidies, and contributions.
Pensions, annuities, and insurance
losses
Refunds, awards, and indemnities
Interest..
_
Public debt retirement
Investments and loans

1,500
500
13,000
1,120,000
3,000
265,000
75,000
40,000

Estimate,1946 Estimate,1945 Actual, 1944
Total Man- Total
salary years salary
$5,600

$5,600

4,600
4,600
4,800

4,600
4,600
4,800

3,800

3,800

~3,~866'

3,800

3,500

3,500

32,600

10

32.000

3,200
5,800
26,400
4,600
24, 500
64,800
19,440
17,340
1,320

1
2
10
2
12
38
13
12.
1

3,200
5,800
26,000
4,600
24,000
68, 400
21,060
17, 280
1,320

7,500

Man- Total
years salary
1

$5,600

1
0.4
1
1
0. 5
1
0. 9

4,600
2,108
4,800
3,800
2,058
3,800
3, 325

0. 5

1,896

0.5
9.4
1
1
0.5
7.8
2.6
9.5
34.1
21.6
11.4
1.5

1,733
30,179
3,120
3,200
1,571
20,475
5,894
19, 507
61,207
35,912
16,539
1,905

7,500

7,500

5,600

5,600

"~4~666"

1
1
1
0.4
1

4,600
4,600
4,600
1,916
4,600

3,800

1
2. 2
1
1

3,800
8,391
3,800
3,800

3,800

1
0.3

3,800
950

3,200
5,200
4,000

3,200
3,200
5,200
4,000

1.1 3,382
0.7 2, 207
4.5 14, 636
1
3,200
3.2 8,240
0.5 1,137

16,200

4,000
16, 200

4,600

3,800

4,600

3,800
3,800
3,800

0.6
3.1
2.7

1,342
6,264
4,885

13
14
15
16

217, 681

1,700
1,234
10,029
341,029
3,193
505,982
87,374
57,203
1,153,920
136,737

5,000
15,000
50,000
15,000

5,000
15,000
90,000
15,000

3,129
13, 219
75,697
11,830
557

1,820, 681

6,876,047

2,402,833

Grand total obligations, all programs..

08
09
10
11
12

1,500
1,500
15,000
1,115,000
4,000
600,000
90,000
60,000
4,664,047
200,000

Total other obligations

Obligations
By objects




1
3
5
26
8
31
6
59

487,340

119,516

Consolidated schedule of obligations incurred under all funds available to the National
Capital Housing Authority (general, trust, and other accounts)

ManClerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Administrative officer
1
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Chief, finance and accounts office
Special assistant, management._
Supervisor of properties
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Assistant supervisor of properties
Housing manager
Principal property manager
Supervisor of project accountants...._
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
Assistant chief, finance and accounts
office
.......
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Assistant chief, finance and accounts
office
Property manager
10Project accountant
1
Assistant to housing manager
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
_.
2
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
10
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
2
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
12
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
36
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
12
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
12
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
1
Professional service:
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Executive officer
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Pi incipal architect
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Acting general counsel
Senior architect
Construction superintendent
p
i t d t
Chif j b superintendent
Chief job
Site p
planner
d 4 R
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Structural engineer
1
Assistant to executive officer
_.
Mechanical engineer
Architectural engineer.
Job superintendent
Assistant construction superintendent
Attorney
1
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate architect
Associate attorney
Resident job superintendent
1
Assistant to housing manager
2
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
2
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Subprolessional service:
Grade 7. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 6. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 5. Range $1,800 to $2,160
9

59

Total Man- Total
salary years salary

Total permanent, departmental
262
Temporary employment, departmental-_.
Part-time employment, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental.
_.
All personal services, departmental. 262
Deduct quarters furnished..
_

Total, National Capital Housing Authority, trust accounts:
Estimate 1946, $1,080,000
Appropriated 1945, $1,635,000
Revised 1945, $2,123,000

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

years

Total Mansalary years
$2,600
6,600
10, 380
48, 780
13, 680
47,100
7,920
71, 280

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn. Man-

01

$130,000

Total estimate or appropriation

Obligations
By objects

2, 304, 700

7,494,442

3,026,192

27,901

16,128

Obligations distributed to programs as
follows:
Maintenance and operation of title I
properties..
_.
War housing development (Federal
Public Housing Authority)
Temporary shelter development (Federal Public Housing Authority)
Trailer camp management (Federal
Public Housing Authority)
Temporary shelter development
Community facilities development
Hillside development (Federal Public
Housing Authority)
Temporary shelter management
__.
War housing management
Low rent housing fund.
Operation and maintenance, completed
properties
Langston management
Total obligations as above.

14,700

336,612

293,537

151,848
5,279
750,000
395,000

34,708

161,691

144
875,086
36,221

2,694,000
700,000
395,000
1, 877, 111

388, 540
235,420
365, 279

1,015,000
130,000

1,015,000
130.000

91, 530

2,304, 700

7,494,442

3,026,192

NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK AND PLANNING COMMISSION
National Capital Park and Planning Commission—
For all expenses necessary for the National Capital Park and
Planning Commission in connection with the acquisition of land
for the park, parkway, and playground system of the National
Capital, as authorized by section*4 of the Act of May 29, 1930 (46
Stat. 485), including personal services; technical services [at rates
of pay], including real estate appraisers, by contract or otherwise, at
rates cf pay or fees not to exceed those usual for similar services
elsewhere and without regard to the Classification Act of 1923, as
amended and section 8709 of the Revised Statutes; purchase of options
and other costs incident to the acquisition of land; not to exceed $65
jor deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty mail,
for the fiscal year 1946, as required by section 2 of the Act of June 28,

1944 (Public Law 364); and operation and maintenance of passenger-carrying vehicles; [$740,000] $894,000, to be immediately available and to remain available until expended.
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—National Capital Park and Planning Commission: Not to exceed $75 of the appropriation "National
Capital Park and Planning Commission"] (Act of June 28, 1944i
Public Law 875; Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $394,000
Appropriated 1945, $740,000

89

EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Obligations

Obligations

By objects

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160. _
Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Land purchasing officer—
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Assistant land purchasing officer

Total permanent, departmental
W. A. E. employment, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental
_
01 Personal services (net)
_

Manyears

Total Man- Total Man- Total
salary years salary years salary

1
2

$2,000
3,780

1

6,200

4
11,980
1. 2 9,600

0.8 $1,500
2
3,750
1

1

OTHER OBLIGATIONS—continued

Other contractual servicesContinued.
Other miscellaneous contractual
services.-,

1.5 $2,721

6,200

5. 2 21. 580

3.8 11,450
1.5 12,500
1,766
5.3 25,716

996
65
382

6,200

0.1
2. 6
0. 7

104
9,025
5.131
1,233
8. 3 15.389

996
75
250

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02 Travel..
04 Payment for penalty mail.
Other communication services
Other contractual services:
Blueprinting, mimeographing, and
photostating
.
_
Examination of titles to real property

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

816
311

250

409

73

3,000

5,530

07
08
09
10

Total, other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment
Lands and structures
Total other obligations

$1.000

4,397
673
135
429,454

1,066,956

435.786

446, 500

1,092, 672
- 1 , 240

451.175
-1,873

- 5 2 , 500

—403,932
+52, 500

394,000

Grand total obligations
Reimbursements for services performed
Received by transfer from "Capital outlay, Street and Bridge Divisions, highway fund, District of Columbia"
Prior year balance available in 1944
..
1944 balance available in 1945
1945 appropriation available in 1946
Total estimate or appropriation

$2,608

8,339
600
400
1,056,296

424,920

__.

_

$2,400

4,250
326
200
418,701

740,000

-92,831
-760,403
+403,932

1,716

Statemtnt of proposed expenditures for purchase, maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger-carrying vehicles, for the fiscal year ending June SO, 1940, as required by 5 V. S. C. 78

NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK AND PLANNING COMMISSION

Appropriation

Vehicles to be purchased (motor
unless otherwise
indicated)
Number

Gross
cost

Total
Net cost
mainteOld
of vehi- vehicles nance, recles to still to pair, and
be pur- be used operation,
chased
all vehicles
Allowance
Number (estimated)
Old vehicles to be
exchanged

National Capital Park and Planning
Commission.

1

$100

Public purpose and users

Used by members and staff of Commission for inspection trips
in connection with acquisition of land and planning matters.

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD

Obligations

Salaries, National Labor Relations Board—

By objects

Salaries: For three Board members of the National Labor Relations Board and other personal services of the Board in the District
of Columbia and elsewhere necessary in performing the duties PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.
[imposed] authorized by law, [$2,125,000] $1,880,000 (29 U. S. C. Professional service:
151-166; Act oj June 28, 19 H, Public Law 873).
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
General counsel
Estimate 1946, $1,830,000
Appropriated 1945, $2,125,000
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate.1945
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

ManClerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years
Grade 16. In excess of $9,000:
3
Board member
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:
1
Director, field division
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Director, field division
_-.
1
Executive secretary
1
Associate director, field division
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Director of information
Associate chief administrative examiner
Special examiner
2.8
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
3
Administrative examiner
1
Assistant executive secretary
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Liaison officer
Chief clerk
Assistant to the executive secretary. _.
1
Personnel officer
1
Election examiner.
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:
1
Assistant chief clerk
_
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Administrative analyst.
1
Information assistant
1
Assistant personnel officer.
3
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500
3.6
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
6.5
27.1
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
49.2
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
36.2
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
21
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620




Actual, 1944

Total Man- Total Man- Total
salary years salary years salary
$30,000

3

$30,000

8,000

0.9

6,500
6,500

650
3,250
5,850

$30,000

7,200

0.1
0.5
0.9

3

5,800

5,800

15,680
13,800
4,600

0.1
2.8
3
1

560
15,680
13,800
4,600

3,800
3,800
3,800

1
1

3,800
3,800

3,500

1

3,500

3,200
3,200
8,700
9,760
15,350
55,500
89,340
59,484
30,300

6,500
6,485

1
1
3
3.6
6.5
29.1
51.2
34
21

3,200
3,200
8,700
9,760
15, 350
59,500
92,940
55,980
30,300

5,613
1
3.4

5,347
19, 366

3
0.1
0.9
1
0.9
1

14,021
639
3,462
3,800
3, 272
3,800

1

3,457

0.4
1

1, 507
3,322

3,404
3,457
22. 402
42, 775
87,000
60,757
23,248
1,722
1.3

1.2
1.3
9.3
21
48.2
37
16

Associate general counsel
Assistant general counsel
Chief trial examiner
Associate chief trial examiner
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Principal attorney
Principal trial examiner
Operating analyst
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Chief, order section
_
Senior attorney
_._.
Senior trial examiner.
Senior industrial analyst
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Attorney
Industrial analyst
—
Administrative statistician
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate attorney
Associate operating analyst
Associate industrial analyst
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200.
Grade 1. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Subprofessional service:
Grade 4. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
Grade 4. Range $1,500 to $1,860.
Grade 3. Range $1,320 to $1,620
Grade 2. Range $1,200 to $1,500..

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary
1
$8,000
1.3 $10,590
1
$8,000
2
2
1
2

13,250
13,000
6,500
13,000

13,250
13,000
6,500
13,000

2.2 14,218
2
12,801
1
6,500
2
13,000

16
10
1

90,000
58,200
5,600

17
95,600
9.6 55,960
0.1
560

17.6 98,298
8.4 47.933
1
5,600

1
19
7
1

4,600
87,800
33,000
4,600

1
4,600
19
87,800
7.4 34,840
1
4,600

0.8 3,897
17.1 78,921
7.7 37,013
728
0.2

21
1

79,800
3,800

21
1

18.2 69,852
1.7 6,333
0.4 1,436

64,400
20
3,200
1
3,200
1
7
18, 200
4.1 8,200
1

1,620

1,500
10, 560
9,600

19
61,200
0.6 1,920
1
3,200
7.2 18,720
4.1 8, 200
1

1,620

0.8 1, 200
8
10,560
7. 5 9,000

Total permanent, departmental._. 302. 5 922, 244 302
3
3
3,790
Part-time employment, departmental...
Overtime pay, departmental.
All personal services, departmental. 305.5

80,200
3,800

918,550

57,454

1
3,200
9.6 25,092
1.6 3,289
0.9

1, 431

12.5 16,452
5.1 5, 957
285.3 875,351

3,790

146,696

138, 957

1,069,036

285.3
1, 014,308

305
926,034

18

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Regional director
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Regional director.._
Principal field examiner

6

39,000

5.9 38,350

13
2

73,000
11,200

13.1 73,560
2
11,200

5

32,554

12.5 70,667
2.5 13.858

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD—Continued
Salaries, National Labor Relations Board—Continued.
Obligations
By objects

Printing and Binding, National Labor Relations Board—
Printing and binding: For [all] printing and binding for the
National Labor Relations Board [in Washington and elsewhere],
$220,000 (29 U. S. C. 151-166; Act of June 28,1944, Public Law 878).
Estimate 1946, $220,000
Appropriated 1945, $220,000

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Obligations
By objects

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD—continued

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal serv- Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
ice—C ont inued.
years salary years salary
years salary
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
2
$9,400
2
$9,400
Regional director
2.9 $13,338
Principal field examiner
3.9 18,140
4
18,600
3.8 17,608
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Senior field examiner
28.5 110,700
28
108,800
22
85,382
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Field examiner
__
25.3 83, 660
25.6 84,620
31. 2 102,102
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
5
13,100
5.9 15,440
1
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
2,400
6.1 15,934
1
2,400
20
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600.
41,100
1
2,350
20
41,100
30.1 55,320
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
20.7 41,472
30
55,140
64. 2 107,184
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
28. 2 50,957
67.3 112, 206
12.3 18,613
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
63. 4 104, 733
12.3 18,613
1
1,380
Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
18.4 28,261
1
1,380
Professional service:
1 1,335
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Principal field attorney
5.3 29,511
9.8 55,280
9.3 52,400
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior field attorney
17.2 79,120
16.5 76,900
17.2 79,958
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
27. 5 104, 550
Field attorney
27 105,000
16. 3 62,041
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
17
55,200
Associate field attorney
18.5 59,627
16.2 52,540
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200
0.4
1,040
0. 7 1,784
Crafts, protective, and custodial service:
1,320
Grade 3. Rang<?$l,320 to $1,620
1
1,320
1.7 2,306
Total permanent, field
W. A. E. employment, field
Witness fees, field..
Overtime pay, field
Additional pay for foreign service, field..
All personal services, field.
01

Personal services (net)

Reimbursements for services performed..
Net total obligations...
Estimated savings, unobligated balanceTotal estimate or appropriation

288.9 881,719
8
17,172

286. 4 877,957
10
22,150

5,075

150,782
5,075

602.4
1,830,000

601.4
2,125,000

573.7
2,002,198
-2,116

1,830,000

2,125,000

2,000,082
368

1,830,000

2,125,000

2,000,450

296.9

987,890

Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
Travel

03
04
05
07
08
09

Transportation of things
Communication services.
Rents and utility services.
O ther contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment

_

. _ . > . -

Grand total obligations..
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

$217,036
2,964

220,000

220,000

220,000

Obligations
By objects

$268, 460
8,700
60,500
75, 800
47, 340
28,100
10,100

$250,000
7,700
59, 800
74,400
40,000
27,500
18,600

$272, 347
2,555
70, 639
50, 299
49. 417
27,540
4,629

499,000

478,000

477, 426
574

499,000

478,000

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- Total ManClerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary year.s salary
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
years
Administrative examiner
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
0.2
Assistant personnel officer..
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
6. 7 $10,914
6.7 $10,914
0.9
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
2
2,880
2
2,880
11.3
Professional service:
3.4
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Principal trial examiner
7
39,200
7
39,200
7.1
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
_.
Senior trial examiner
3
13,800
3
13,800
3.1
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Attorney
2
7,600
2
7,600
2
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate attorney
1
3,200
1
3,200
1
Total permanent, departmental

All personal services, departmental.

77,594

21.7

77,594

21.7

77,594

21.7

88,749

Total
salary
$920
2,933
18,322
4,840
40,205
14,420
7,600
3,200

29

92,440

29

105,892

13,452

11,155

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Senior field examiner
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Field examiner
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980..
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Professional service:
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Field attorney
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate field attorney.
Grade 2. Range $2,600 to $3,200

478,000

04 Payment for penalty mail: Obligations—1946, $17,700; 1945, $16,373.

21.7

Overtime pay, departmental.

Total permanent, fieldOvertime pay, field

Cost of Handling Penalty Mail, National Labor Relations Board—
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—National Labor Relations Board,
$16,373.]
For deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty
mail of the National Labor Relations Board as required by section 2
of the Act of June 28, 1944, Public Law 364, $17,700 (Act of Dec. 22,
1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $17,700
Appropriated 1945, $16,373




$220,000

288.4

903,966

296.4
1, 055,964

$220,000

Salaries and Expenses, National Labor Relations Board (National
Defense)—
Salaries and expenses (national defense): For all expenses necessary to enable the National Labor Relations Board to perform the
duties [imposed upon i t ] authorized by law [or in pursuance of
law] in connection with disputes involving labor in industries under
the national defense program, including personal services in the
District of Columbia and elsewhere, and other items otherwise
properly chargeable to appropriations of the National Labor Relations Board for miscellaneous expenses and printing and binding,
[$600,000] $546,600 (29 U. S. C. 151-166; Act of June 28, 1944,
Public Law 873).
Estimate 1946, $546,600
Appropriated 1945, $600,000

278.4 815,778
10
22,000
1,380
144,947
3,785

Miscellaneous Expenses, National Labor Relations Board—
Miscellaneous expenses [(other than salaries)]: For all [authorized and] necessary [expenditures] expenses, other than salaries, of the National Labor Relations Board in performing duties
[imposed] authorized by law [or in pursuance of law], including
repairs and alterations; [communication services;] contract stenographic reporting services; lawbooks; books of reference; and periodicals; [$478,000] $499,000 (29 U. 8. C. 151-166; Act of June 28,
19U, Public Law 878).
Estimate 1946, $499,000
Appropriated 1945, $478,000

02

06 Printing and binding
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

All personal services, field.
Personal services (net)

8

30,400

8

30,400

13.2 50,200

20.2
11.5

64,640
29,976

21.2
12.5

67,840
32,675

12
17

19,440
24,480

12
17

19,440
24,480

26.7
15.7
0.6
1
16.6
19.6

10.2

38,760

13.2 50,500

3.2

10,240

9.2 34,960
2.8

8,960

80.7 212,856

85,421
41,012
1,300
1,800
26,898
28,791

3.6 11,415
0. 5 1, 218

84.1 223,835
43,676

110.7 298, 555
56,389

80. 7 212,856

84.1 267,511

110.7 354,944

102.4 290,450

105.8 356,260

139.7 460,836

65,880
2,800
32,070
63, 600
71, 470
18, 750
1,580

65,880
2,800
32,070
63,600
59, 060
18,750
1,530

256,150

243, 740

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Travel.
Transportation of things-..
Communication services-..
Rents and utility services..
Other contractual services.
Supplies and materials
Equipment
Total other obligations..

70,878
8,280
24, 287
67, 671
76,278
24,881
9,440
281,715

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Obligations

Claims, Judgments, and Private Relief Acts—

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945

13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities: Obligations—1944, $4.68.

Actual, 1944

Grand total obligations
Reimbursements for services performed...
Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _

$546,600

$600,000

$742, 551
-1,315

546,600

600,000

741,236
52,814

Total estimate or appropriation

546,600

600,000

Total, National Labor Relations Board, annual appropriations, general account:
Estimate 1946, $3,348,300
Appropriated 1945, $3,664,373

794,050

NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD

Salaries and Expenses, National Mediation Board—
[No part of the funds appropriated in this title shall be used in any
For three members of the Board, and for other authorized
way in connection with a complaint case arising over an agreement, expenditures of the National Mediation Board in performing the
or a renewal thereof, between management and labor which has been duties imposed by law, including contract stenographic reporting
in existence for three months or longer without complaint being filed services; supplies and equipment; not to exceed $200 for books of
by an employee or employees of such plant: Provided, That, here- reference, and periodicals, [$200,000] $218,800, of which amount
after, notice of such agreement or a renewal thereof shall have been not to exceed [$169,785] $159,950 may be expended for personal
posted in the plant affected for said period of three months, said services in the District of Columbia (45 U. S. C. 154; Act of June
notice containing information as to the location at an accessible place 28, 1944, Public Law 373; Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
of such agreement where said agreement shall be open for inspection
Appropriated 1945, • $214,400
by any interested person: Provided further, That these limitations Estimate 1946, $218,300
shall not apply to agreements with labor organizations formed in
• Includes $14,400 appropriated in the First Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1945.
violation of section 158, paragraph 2, title 29, United States Code]
(Act of June 28', 1944, Public Law 373).

Obligations

Salaries and Expenses, National Labor Relations Board, War
Labor Disputes Act—
Salaries and expenses: For all expenses necessary to enable the
National Labor Relations Board to perform the duties imposed upon
it by the War Labor Disputes Act [(Public Law 89, 78th Congress)]
(50 U. S. C. App. 1501-11), including personal services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, and other items otherwise properly
chargeable to appropriations of the National Labor Relations Board
for miscellaneous expenses and printing and binding, [$225,000]

By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- T o t a l Man- Total
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years salary
Grade 16. In excess of $9,000:
3 $30,000
Members of Board
3 $30,000
2.9 $29,166
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Secretary
.
.
.
Mediator
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Chief, technical and statistical division.
Mediator . . .
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:

$235,000 (29 U. S. C. 151-166; Act of June 28, 1944, Public Law
873).

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Assistant secretary
Mediator
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Mediator . .
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200.
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary

Appropriated 1945, $225,000
Obligations

By objects

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Senior attorney
Grade 4. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
Attorney..
._.
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Associate attorney

Total permanent, departmental- _
_
Overtime pay, departmental—
_.
All personal services, departmental.

1
1
1. 7
1

$2,000
1,800
2,754
1,500

0.8
1
1.7
1

$1,600
1,800
2,754
1,500

Total other obligations
Total estimate or appropriation




1

6,875

1
4

5,800
22,600

1
4

5,800
22,600

1

5,600

4,800
4,600

1
1

4,800
4,600

1

4,600

10
4
1
3
3

39,200
11,200
2,600
6,300
5,100

35

159,950

32.5 151,540
14,275

21.1 90,451

35

159,950

32.5 165,815

21.1 99,557

8
4
1
3
2.5

31, 600
11, 200
2,600
6,300
4,290

1.7

5,440

2.4

7,680

16,154

8.9

23,734
3,969

7.1

16,154

8.9

27,703

01

0.7

2,660

4,600

1

3,800

5.2

4
1
3
1
1

20,650
10,800
2,500
6,900
1,620
1,740
9,106

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

7.1

1

5

23,000

2.8

12,880

4.7

17,860

4.7

17,860

20.3
3. 6
5.8
17.2

64,960
9,360
11,600
27,866

17.2

55,935

5.8
11.9

11,600
19,535

56.6 154,646

42.4 117,810
22,377

56. 6 154,646

Personal services (net)

2.4 15,950
3

16,800

2.4 11,119
7.8
7.8
35

43,869
3,393
47, 262

159,950

32.5 165,815

28.9 146,819

51.3 167,890

_.

02
03
04
07
08
09

Travel
Transportation of things _. .
Communication services
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment
Total other obligations

47,935
15
8,000
650
1,250
500

38, 270
15
8,000
650
1,250
400

28,515
15
7,200
300
1,180
417

Grand total obligations

Estimated savings, unobligated balance. .
Total estimate or appropriation

58, 350

48,585

37, 627

218,300

214,400

184,446
13,354

218,300

214,400

197,800

$38,300
39, 831
140,169

$38,300
51,666
124, 434

$37,166
48,906
98, 374

218, 300

214,400

184. 446
13, 354

218, 300

214,400

197,800

42.4 140,187

63. 7 170,800

_.

7,500
20,250

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Personal services (net)

Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Printing and binding...
Supplies and materials
Equipment

1
3

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:
Mediator
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:
Mediator
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Mediator
Total permanent field
Overtime pay, field
All personal services, field

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02
03
04
06
08
09

.

All personal services, departmental-

PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:
Principal field examiner
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
_..
Senior field examiner
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
Field examiner
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
Total permanent, field
Overtime pay, field
All personal services, field
01

_

7,500
20,250

1
1

Total permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmental ._ .

Estimate 1946, $235,000

1
3

44,100
1,650
8,200
5,000
3,750
1,500

32,620
1,500
7,950
9,790
3,750
1,500

64,200

57,110

235,000

225,000

B Y PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS

1. Members. _ __ __
.
2. Office administration
3. Mediation
.
Grand total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

Cost of Handling Penalty Mail, National Mediation Board—
[Penalty mail costs, 1945—National Mediation Board and the
National Railroad Adjustment Board, $717.]

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1946
NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD—Continued

Cost of Handling Penalty Mail, National Mediation Board—Con.
For deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty
mail of the National Mediation Board and the National Railroad
Adjustment Board as required by section 2 of the Act of June 28, 1944
(Public Law 364), $775 (Act of Dec. 22, 1944, Public Law 529).
Estimate 1946, $775
Appropriated 1945, $717

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Members
Temporary employment, field..
Overtime pay, field..

04 Payment for penalty mail: Obligations—1946, $775; 1945, $717.

NOTE.—Appropriation under above title transferred to and consolidated under "Arbitration, emergency, and emergency panel boards, National Mediation Board."

Arbitration and Emergency Boards, National Mediation Board—
[Arbitration and emergency boards: To enable the National
Mediation Board to pay necessary expenses of arbitration boards,
and emergency boards appointed by the President pursuant to
section 10 of the Railway Labor Act approved May 20, 1926 (45
U. S. C. 160), including compensation of members and employees
of such boards, together with their necessary transportation expenses and $6 per diem in lieu of subsistence while so employed, and
printing of awards, together with proceedings and testimony relating thereto, as authorized by the Railway Labor Act, including also
contract stenographic reporting service, and rent of quarters when
suitable quarters cannot be supplied in any Federal building,
$50,000, together with the unexpended balance of previous appropriations for these purposes] (45 U. S. C. 154', Act of June 28, 1944,
Public Law 373).
NOTE.—Appropriation under above title transferred to and consolidated under "Arbitration, emergency, and emergency panel boards, National Mediation Board."

Arbitration, Emergency, and Emergency Panel Boards, National
Mediation Board—
Arbitration, emergency, and emergency panel boards: For necessary expenses of arbitration boards established under section 7 of the
Railway Labor Act (45 U. S. C. 157), emergency boards appointed by
the President pursuant to section 10 of said Act (45 U. S. C. 160), and
boards appointed from the National Railway Labor Panel under Executive Order 9172, including compensation of members and employees of
such boards in the District of Columbia and elsewhere; personal services
in the District of Columbia to enable the Chairman of the Railway Labor
Panel to perform his functions under Executive Order 9299; necessary
transportation expenses of Board members to and from their homes or
regular places of business, and $6 per diem in lieu of subsistence on
such days as they are actually engaged in performance of the duties of
said boards; printing and binding of awards and proceedings and
testimony relating thereto; contract stenographic reporting services;
rent of quarters when suitable quarters cannot be supplied in any
Federal building, $100,000 (45 U. S. C. 154; Act of June 28, 1944,
Public Law 373).
Appropriated 1945, ° $115,000

« Transferred from appropriations as follows;
"Salaries and expenses, emergency panels, etc., National Mediation Board".. $65,000
"Arbitration and emergency boards, National Mediation Board"..
50,000
Obligations

01

C2
05
06
07

Total permanent, departmental
Overtime pay, departmentalAll personal services, departmental _




2

salary years

salary years

salary

$3,600

2

$3,600

$2,350

1

5,800

1

5,800

1
4

4,800
14,200

1
4

4

14,200

4

4,800
14,200
2,032
16,232

1.3 $23,448
0.2
435
70

4.5

67,800

5.2

79,196

1.5

23,953

8.5

$2,000

9.2

95,428

4.8

38,159

1.3
1
1
3.3
3.3

5,600
4,600
12,550
1,656
14,206

11,000
l,C00
2,500
3,500

Travel
Rents and utility services
Printing and binding.._
Other contractual services.

Total other obligations

10,926
1,380
2.200
6.366

3 798
341
2,773
5.020

18.000

20,872

11,932

Grand total obligations
Reimbursements for services performed
Reappropriation of 1943 balance in 1944
Reappropriation of 1944 balance in 1945. __

100,000

116,300
-10, 584

50, 091
- 1 , 534
-18, 659
+10, 584

Net total obligations
Estimated savings, unobligated balance. _
Total estimate or appropriation

100,000

105,716
9,284

40,482
9,518

100,000

115,000

50.000

Printing and Binding, National Mediation Board—
Printing and binding: For all printing and binding for the
National Mediation Board, $2,500 (45 U. S. C. 154; Act of June 28,
1944, Public Law 373).
Estimate 1946, $2,500
Appropriated 1945, $2,500
06 Printing and binding: Obligations—1946, $2,500; 1945, $2,500; 1944, $2,500.
NATIONAL RAILROAD ADJUSTMENT

BOARD

Salaries and Expenses, National Railroad Adjustment Board,
National Mediation Board—
Salaries and expenses: For authorized expenditures of the
National Railroad Adjustment Board, in performing the duties imposed by law, including contract stenographic reporting services
and supplies and equipment, [$272,000] $252,400K of which
$65,000 shall be available only for compensation not in excess of
$50 per day and expenses of referees, and not more than [$144,542]
$123,680 for other personal services (45 U. S. C. 154; Act of June
28, 1944, Public Law 373).
Estimate 1946, $252,400
Appropriated 1945, $272,000
Obligations
By objects

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, FIELD

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service: years salary years salary years, salary
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,600:
1
$4,600
Administrative officer
_.4
18,400
Secretary of division
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:
1
$4,600
1
$4,450
Administrative officer
4
18,400
Secretary of division .
4
17,800
Grade 9. Range $3,200 to $3,800:
1
1
3.500
3,400
Assistant secretary of division
1
3,400
1
2,700
1
2,600
1
2,600
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
37
83,500
37
81,900
36.7 79,256
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
1.9 3,057
3
2
4,920
3,240
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980
3.8 5, 585
4
6,060
4
6,000
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800
Total permanent, field
Overtime pav, field
Referees at $50 per diem

03
04
05
07
08

120,140
24, 402
65,000

49.4 116,148
23, 374
2.8 51,156

54.6 188,680

53.6 209, 542

52.2 190,678

•
3,500
200
3,000
47,000
2,500
4,000
3,520

3,500
200
3,000
47,000
1,500
4,000
3,258

539
1,196
2,465
41, 598
1,975
4,127
4,414

51
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Personal services (net).
OTHER OBLIGATIONS

02

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total

years

4. 2 $75,000
1
3,762
434

Personal services (net)

Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944

Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160.
Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,500:
Economist
Grade 5. Ranee $4,600 to $5,400:
Labor economist

3.5 $63.000
1
4,800

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

01

By objects

PERSONAL SERVICES. DEPARTMENTAL

Man- Total Man- Total Man- Total
years salary years salary years salary

All personal services, field

Salaries and Expenses, Emergency Panels, Etc., National Mediation Board—
[Salaries and expenses, emergency panels, and so forth, National Mediation Board: For all necessary expenses of the National
Railway Labor panel, including compensation of the members
thereof at not to exceed $50 per day and $6 per diem in lieu of
subsistence on such days as they are actually engaged in performance
of the duties of the panel; travel expenses of members of the panel,
including such expenses to and from their homes or regular places
of business; printing and binding; contract stenographic reporting
services; and personal services in the District of Columbia to
enable the chairman of said panel to perform his functions under
Executive Order Numbered 9299; $65,000] (Act of June 28, 1944,
Public Law 373).

Estimate 1946, $100,000

Obligations

By objects

Travel

Transportation of things
Communication services
Rents and utility services
O ther contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment

Total other obligations
Grand total obligations.
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

3.6

123,680
65,000

50
3.6

63, 720

62, 458

56, 314

252,400

272,000

246,992
12, 208

252, 400

272.000

259,200

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Printing and Binding, National Railroad Adjustment Board, National Mediation Board—
Printing and binding: For all printing and binding for the
National Railroad Adjustment Board, $17,500 (45 U. S. C. 154;
Act of June 28, 1944, Public Law 873).
Estimate 1946, $17,500
Appropriated 1945, $17,500
Obligations
By objects
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
06 Printing and binding.
Estimated savings, unobligated balance
Total estimate or appropriation

$17, 500

$17, 500

$14, 295
3,205

17,500

17,500

17,500

Total, National Mediation Board, annual appropriations,
general account:
Estimate 1946, $591,475
Appropriated 1945, $622,117
OFFICE OF WAR MOBILIZATION AND RECONVERSION
NOTE.—Because of possible material changes in war conditions, the estimates of appropriations in detail for the fiscal year 1946 will be submitted to the Congress as a part of a
supplementary budget in the spring of 1945. However, the summary financial statements include an estimate of total war appropriations and expenditures for the fiscal
year 1946 as well as for the fiscal year 1945.

RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD
Salaries, Railroad Retirement Board—
Salaries: For personal services in the District of Columbia and
elsewhere necessary in performing the duties imposed by law,
[$2,008,000 J $1,700,000 (45 U. S. C. 228a-228r; Act of June 28,
1944, Public Law 873).
Estimate 1946, $1,700,000
Appropriated 1945, $2,008,000

Obligations
By objcets
Estimate, 1946 Estimate, 1945 Actual, 1944
PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL—COn.
Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service—Continued.
Grade 11. Range $3,£00 to $4,600—Con.
Auditor
..
Employment analyst
Methods technician
First assistant usher
Research assistant
Unemployment claims examiner
Chief of survivors' claims
Chief of c