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THE BUDGET
OF THE

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
ENDING JUNE 30

1949

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON : 1948

For Sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C.




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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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BUDGET MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT

Budget receipts
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Retirement of the public debt
Budget expenditures and appropriations
Specific programs
National defense
International affairs and
Veterans' services and benefits
Social welfare, health, and security.
Housing and community facilities
Education and general research
Agriculture and agricultural resources
Natural resources
Transportation and communication
Finance, commerce, and industry
Labor
General government
Interest on the public debt
Refunds of receipts
Government corporations
Proposed legislation—a summary

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CHARTS: BUDGET RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES, AND THE PUBLIC D E B T
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I. SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES:

Introduction to part I
Section A. Budget receipts, expenditures, and appropriations; and public debt:
Table 1. Budget resume*
Table 2. Summary of Budget expenditures (by organization unit)
Table 3. Summary of Budget appropriations and other authorizations (by function)
Table 4. Summary of Budget appropriations and other authorizations (by organization unit)
Table 5. Effect of financial operations on the public debt
Table 6. Budget receipts (by source)
Table 7. Budget appropriations and expenditures (by function and organization unit)
Table 8. Budget appropriations and expenditures (by organization unit and appropriation title)__.
Table 9. Contract authorizations and appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations
Table 10. Limitations on administrative expenses of Government corporations and enterprises
Section B. Trust accounts:
Table 11. Summary of trust account receipts, expend it ures, and appropriations
Table 12. Receipts of trust accounts
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Table 13. Appropriations and expenditures of trust accounts (by fund and appropriation title)
Section C. Receipts from and payments to the public:
Table 14. Receipts from and payments to the public
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DETAILED ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATION AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS FOR GOVERNMENT-TYPE BUDGETS:

Introduction to part II
Legislative branch
The Judiciary
Executive Office of the President and independent offices
Federal Security Agency
Federal Works Agency
Department of Agriculture. __'
Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior
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Department of Justice
Department of Labor
National Military Establishment
Office of the Secretary of Defense
Department of the Air Force
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
Post Office Department
Department of State
Treasury Department
District of Columbia
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PART I I I .

BUSINESS-TYPE BUDGET ESTIMATES OF GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS AND ENTERPRISES:

Introduction to part I I I
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Summary narrative
Export-Import Bank of Washington
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Loan Agency
Housing and Home Finance Agency:
Office of the Administrator
Home Loan Bank Board
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
Home Owners7 Loan Corporation
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Federal Housing Administration
Public Housing Administration
Public war housing program
Homes conversion program
Veterans' re-use housing program
Defense Homes Corporation
United States Housing Act program
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Subsistence homestead and greenbelt towns program
Administrative expenses—Public Housing Administration
National Housing Agency
Panama. Railroad Company.
Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries
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Tennessee Valley Associated Cooperatives, Inc
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Tennessee Valley Authority
Department of Agriculture
Commodity Credit Corporation
Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation
Federal intermediate credit banks
Production credit corporations
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Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation of Washington, D. C
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Mixed-ownership corporations
Department of Commerce: Inland Waterways Corporation
Department of the Interior: Virgin Islands Company
Department of Justice: Federal Prison Industries, Inc
National Military Establishment: Department of the Army: United States Spruce Production Corporation
Department of State:
Institute of Inter-American Affairs
Institute of Inter-American Transportation
Inter-American Navigation Corporation
Prencinradio, Inc
General provisions
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SPECIAL ANALYSES AND TABLES:

Introduction to part IV
Federal activities in public works
Explanation of the estimates of receipts
Grants to State and local governments

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APPENDIXES:

Introduction.to the Appendixes
Appendix 1. Analysis of the public debt
Appendix 2. Guaranteed obligations and contingent liabilities of the United States, June 30, 1947
Appendix 3. Permanent appropriations, general and special accounts
Appendix 4. Comparison of expenditures by organization units, fiscal years 1941 through 1947___
Appendix 5. Unexpended balances of general and special account appropriations as of June 30, 1947, and appropriations for
the fiscal year 1948, as of November 1, 1947
Appendix 6. Budget receipts and expenditures by function, fiscal years 1940 through 1949
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To the Congress of the United States:

I am transmitting my recommendations for the Budget of the United
States for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1949, together with revised
estimates for the fiscal year 1948. This Budget includes estimates to
carry out both existing laws and proposed legislation.
The realities of our existing international and domestic requirements
account for the size of this Budget. It affords essential support to the
foreign policy of the United States by encouraging widespread international economic cooperation while maintaining our armed strength.
It affords essential support to our domestic policies by advancing the
development of human and material resources within a fiscal plan
designed to help combat inflation.
The expenditures of the Federal Government are still inescapably
dominated by the war and its aftermath. In the fiscal year 1949,
79 percent of our expenditures directly reflect the costs of war, the
effects of war, and our efforts to prevent a future war: National Defense—International Affairs—Veterans' Benefits—Interest on the Public Debt—Tax Refunds. This should be a sobering thought to all of us
as we strive for the creation of lasting peace among the nations of the
world. Only 21 percent of our expenditures finance the Government's
programs in the broad areas of: Social Welfare—Housing—Education—Research—Agriculture—Natural Resources—Transportation—
Finance—Commerce—Industry—Labor—General Administration.
In the 2 years since the surrender of the Axis Powers, expenditures
of the Federal Government have decreased sharply from 63.7 billion
dollars in the fiscal year 1946, to 42.5 billion dollars in the fiscal year
1947, and an estimated 37.7 billion dollars in the current fiscal year.
Were the Budget for the fiscal year 1949 to be confined solely to carrying out existing laws, there would be a further decrease to slightly
below 34 billion dollars.
It would be gratifying if I could say to the American people and to
their Senators and Representatives in the Congress that our existing
programs fulfill our national requirements. But this is not the case.
Our national and international responsibilities demand that we undertake new activities and expand some activities in which we are already
engaged.
Expenditures of 5.7 billion dollars will therefore be required
for the fiscal year 1949 to finance programs under proposed legislation. Of this, 4.4 billion dollars is needed for our aid to the European
recovery program and for aid to other countries, including China.
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Most of the remainder is for the development of our human and
material resources through universal training, aid to education,
expansion of social security, health insurance, housing, and scientific
research.
Thus the Budget for the fiscal year 1949 calls for total expenditures
of 39.7 billion dollars. Receipts during this period are estimated
under existing tax laws at 44.5 billion dollars. This will balance the
Budget and provide 4.8 billion dollars which should be used to reduce
the public debt.
For the current fiscal year, 1948, the revised estimates included in
this Budget indicate expenditures of 37.7 billion dollars and receipts
of 45.2 billion dollars. This indicates a surplus of 7.5 billion dollars
which should be used to reduce the public debt.
Our 1949 Budget reflects a number of important decisions involving
Government policies which deserve special attention.
National defense, amounting to 11 billion dollars, accounts for 28
percent of the 1949 Budget, as it will in 1948. The net increase over
1948 is 279 million dollars, which is less than the amount needed to
inaugurate the program of universal training. The total for all other
defense activities has been held below the 1948 level. Increases in
the most essential activities, such as aircraft procurement and civilian
reserves, will be offset by economies and reductions elsewhere. This
Budget emphasizes progress toward a modern and balanced armed
force.
International affairs and finance, amounting to 7 billion dollars,
accounts for 18 percent of Budget expenditures in 1949 as compared
with 15 percent in 1948. The cost of the new aid programs will be
largely counterbalanced by completion or sharp reduction of expenditures for the British loan, UNRRA, post-UNRRA relief, and certain
other programs. There will therefore be a net increase in this category of less than 1.5 billion dollars. The new international program
is our answer to an unprecedented challenge. We are undertaking it
under conditions basically different from any which we have experienced before. I have repeatedly stressed the critical importance of
our aid to European recovery, which represents the bulk of this
expenditure. The sums requested are vital to the success of this
program.
The budgetary implications of failure to achieve, recovery in Europe
and other crucial areas deserve additional emphasis. Should failure of
these programs result in a further extension of totalitarian rule, we
would have to reexamine our security position and take whatever steps
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military strength, if Europe should succumb to totalitarian rule, would
far exceed the costs of the program of economic aid now before the
Congress.
Expenditures for national defense and international activities
constitute 46 percent of the total Budget for the fiscal year 1949.
The increases in national defense and international aid programs total
almost 1.8 billion dollars, which is close to the increase of the entire
Budget over 1948.
All other expenditures of the Government in the fiscal year 1949 are
estimated at 21.6 billion dollars, about the same as the 1948 expenditures in these categories. Within this total, which includes 6.1 billion
dollars for veterans, over 5.2 billion dollars for interest, and nearly 2
billion dollars for refunds, there are a number of reductions resulting
from declining programs and a number of increases to finance activities which should not be deferred.
During the fiscal year 1949, fewer veterans will be requesting educational aid and needing unemployment compensation benefits than in
1948, but expenditures for hospital construction will increase, leaving
a net reduction of 530 million dollars for veterans' activities. This
reduction contemplates continuation of existing veterans' programs
with the same types of benefits as have been available this year. The
surplus property disposal program is nearing completion, and under
revised legislation should cost about 200 million dollars less than in
the current year.
New legislative proposals, together with expansions in present
programs necessary to carry out the intent of existing laws, account
for the increases in expenditures.
Failure to improve our educational system or to expand flood-control
work would mean risking the loss of precious resources—human and
material. Failure to adopt a program of health insurance would mean
that many families will continue to go without adequate medical care.
Failure to broaden the coverage of present social insurance and to increase benefits on a permanent basis would mean too much reliance
upon relief, whereas more reliance on insurance is our national objective. Failure to adopt a long-range housing program would mean
further delay in achieving decent housing standards. Failure to
devote needed sums to our atomic plant would mean that we would be
derelict in the use of one of our most valuable resources. Each of
these proposed new and expanded programs has been most carefully
weighed. All these programs directly support the twofold objective
of building economic and individual strength and health in this
Nation, and of better preparing this Nation to discharge its increased
responsibilities in the family of nations.

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We are all aware of the imperative necessity for preventing further
inflation. Both the expenditure and revenue proposals of this
Budget are designed to avoid inflationary effects wherever possible.
To this end, Government purchases of materials in short supply are
being deferred where feasible. The expansion of Government credit
and of Government guarantees of private credit is being restricted.
Further, I am not recommending at this time cost-of-living increases in pay for military and civilian Government personnel, nor
cost-of-living increases in benefits for our veterans, social insurance
beneficiaries, retired Federal employees, and other similar groups.
The rapid increase in living costs during the last 18 months has
placed a serious burden on these groups. Yet, to offset the cost-ofliving increase since the last time pay or benefit rates were advanced
for each group would add at least 2.4 billion dollars to Budget expenditures in 1949—apart from increases that would be paid from the
trust funds. This large expenditure would add greatly to the inflationary pressures in our economy.
The wiser approach, which I have proposed to the Congress, is to
enact a comprehensive program to hold living costs down. Enactment of that program will give relief not only to Federal personnel
and annuitants, but to our citizens generally. In the event that the
Congress does not provide controls adequate for this purpose, I may
have to recommend further adjustments in pay and benefit rates.
The question of taxation must be considered in the framework of
the budgetary program and the danger of further inflation. One of
our most effective weapons in fighting inflation is a substantial
Budget surplus for reduction of the national debt. If we make this
protection less effective, we shall have to rely much more heavily on
direct price, wage, and rationing controls, which we all agree should
be held to a minimum.
Some readjustment is required to afford relief to many families who
are suffering great hardship from the present tax structure. But
total receipts should not be reduced, and the surpluses for 1948 and
1949 should be used to decrease the national debt.
This Budget reveals the magnitude of the problems with which the
Federal Government must deal. It demonstrates alike the heavy
responsibilities of our international position and our concern for the
maintenance of a sound domestic economy. The plain fact is that our
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world. Prudence demands that we plan our national finances in
full recognition of this fact.
BUDGET RECEIPTS
Net tax revenues for the fiscal year 1949 are estimated at 1.3 billion
dollars higher than the present estimate for 1948, and 3.7 billion
dollars higher than in 1947. The estimates assume continuation of
the present high levels of business activity and incomes, continued
full employment, and stable prices close to the present level. These
assumptions presuppose an effective antWnflation program.
Budget receipts, however, will decline from 1948 to 1949, because
of an estimated reduction of 2 billion dollars in miscellaneous receipts,
most of which is due to a decline in receipts from sales of surplus
property.
The tax adjustment I am proposing will mean a reduction in personal income taxes and a corresponding increase in corporation taxes.
The estimates in the Budget for these taxes are based on existing
legislation.
Between 1947 and 1948, revenues from corporation and individual
income taxes combined increase by 5.5 billion dollars, more than
BUDGET RECEIPTS
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Source

Direct taxes on individuals:
Individual income tax
Estate and gift taxes
Direct taxes on corporations:
Corporation income tax
Excess profits tax and other..
Excise taxes--.
Employment taxes:
Existing legislation
Proposed legislation
Customs

Aetual,
1947

Estimate,
1948

Estimate,
1949

$19, 629
779

$21, 951
842

$22, 506
816

6,055
3,621
7,270

9,222
326

10,000
158
7,476

7,320

2,039
2,409
494

2,493
350
378

394

Deduct (appropriations to trust funds):
Existing legislation
Proposed legislation
Subtotal, net tax revenues.
Miscellaneous receipts
Budget receipts..

1,459

1,627

1,672
350

38, 428
4,831

40, 837
4,373

42,155
2,322

43, 259

45, 210

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offsetting the decline of 3.2 billion dollars in excess profits tax revenues.
Between 1948 and 1949, revenues from the two types of income taxes
will increase by an added 1.3 billion dollars. These increases are
largely the result of inflation during the past 18 months, which has
swelled corporation profits and aggregate personal incomes. Because the increase in tax collections lags behind the rise in profits
and incomes, the 1948 increase in tax collections will be followed by a
further rise in 1949.
Excise tax and employment tax receipts are expected to increase
slightly in the fiscal year 1949 as a result of continued high levels of
production and income. Keceipts from customs, however, have been
declining in recent months. The international trade agreements
which recently became effective may cause a further slight drop in
these receipts in 1949.
The expansion of existing social insurance programs and introduction of a health insurance program, under proposed legislation, will
add an estimated 350 million dollars of employment taxes to gross
Budget receipts, but this will all be transferred directly to the trust
accounts without reflection in Budget totals.

RETIREMENT OF THE PUBLIC DEBT
The public debt on June 30, 1947, was 258 billion dollars. Budget
surpluses of over 7 billion dollars in the current fiscal year and nearly 5
billion dollars next year should permit further reduction to 246 billion
dollars by June 30, 1949. As long as employment and income continue at record levels—and especially while inflationary dangers
threaten—we must make the most of our opportunity for debt
retirement.
The retirement of public debt held by banks, other private institutions, and individuals will be considerably greater than the 12-billiondollar reduction in the total, since trust accounts and other Government agencies will accumulate about 6 billion dollars during the two
fiscal years. The investment of these accumulations in Federal
securities will permit the Treasury to retire securities in the possession
of other holders.
In management of the public debt, the major goal will be the
achievement of the maximum anti-inflationary effect. This has been
our policy since the debt reached its peak in February 1946.
Debt held by the commercial banks and the Federal Reserve
banks has been repaid out of excess Treasury balances, the Budget
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ment bonds to the public. The whole process reduces the volume of
private bank deposits and so combats inflationary pressure.
At the same time, we shall do our utmost to increase voluntary
savings in all forms, particularly the purchase of savings bonds.
To curtail bank credit expansion, the Federal Reserve System and
the Treasury have progressively tightened the money market. This
has been reflected in an adjustment in interest rates and a better
balance between short- and long-term rates. However, by refunding
long-term securities into short-term securities we have minimized the
increase in the average interest rate paid by the Government on market debt.
BUDGET EXPENDITURES AND APPROPRIATIONS
The Budget total includes expenditures from the general and special
accounts of the Treasury and also the net expenditures from checking
accounts of Government corporations and enterprises. It does not
include trust account expenditures.
BUDGET EXPENDITURES AND APPROPRIATIONS BY MAJOR PROGRAMS
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Expenditures
Program

National defense...
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International affairs and finance.
Veterans' services and benefits
Social welfare, health, and security
Housing and community facilities
Education and general research__r
Agriculture and agricultural resources.
Natural resources
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Transportation and communication
Finance, commerce, and industry
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Labor
General government
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Interest on the public debt
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Refunds of receipts
Reserve for contingencies.
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis.
Total.

Actual,
1947
$14,281
6,540
7,370
1,379
403
76
1,248
628
587
238
120
1,318
4,958
2,897

Estimate,
1948

Estimate,
1949

$10, 746
5,533
6,632
1,960
113
77
614
1,179
1,563
372
97
1,473
5,200
2,049
120

$11, 025
7,009
6,102
2,028
38
387
906
1,626
1,646
190
116
1,157
5,250
1,990
200

Appropriations,
1949

$10, 295
2,104
5,154
2,077
292
407
655
1,581
1,549
171
117
1,065
5,250
1,990
225

+464
42,505

37,728

32,930

Expenditures in relation to authorizations.—Expenditures in the
fiscal year 1949 will exceed appropriations for that year by 6.7 billion
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from appropriations recommended in this Budget, including 5.4 billion
dollars under permanent appropriations. Expenditures of more than
10.5 billion dollars, including 5 billion dollars for international programs, will be financed by appropriations for 1948 or earlier years.
The remaining expenditures of about 700 million dollars, principally
net expenditures of Government corporations and credit agencies,
will be made under other types of congressional authorizations.
' The Budget also includes recommended new authority for Government agencies to make contracts amounting to 1.9 billion dollars.
Before expenditures are made in payment of these contracts, the funds
must be provided by appropriations, but this will not be necessary
until later years. Within the 32.9 billion dollars of appropriations
recommended for the fiscal year 1949, nearly 1.7 billion dollars are for
the liquidation of prior contract authorizations.
Changes in expenditures.—The major reasons for the changes in the
national defense, international, and veterans' programs have already
been summarized.
The 1949 Budget expenditures for social welfare, health, and security involve increases for the public health and public assistance
programs, and initial administrative costs of the proposed health
insurance program. Trust account expenditures for benefit payments
will also increase.
Expenditures for housing and community facilities decrease. Completion of veterans7 re-use housing and curtailment of mortgage purchases more than offset the first-year costs of the proposed long-range
housing program.
The increases for education and general research result mainly from
the proposed grants by the Federal Government to the States to aid
elementary and secondary education, and from the proposed establishment of the National Science Foundation.
The increase in expenditures for agriculture is accounted for mainly
by decreased net receipts of the Commodity Credit Corporation.
Proposed revisions in price support will bring some savings in 1949.
More adequate provision for the conservation and use program is
recommended for the 1949 crop year.
Natural resources expenditures will increase chiefly because of
higher expenditures for atomic energy, flood control, and reclamation.
Major increases in expenditures for transportation are in grants
for highway and airport construction, and direct improvement of
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While the anti-inflation program will require higher expenditures,
the total for finance, commerce, and industry will fall sharply because
the current year total includes the nonrecurring payment of war
damage insurance profits to the Treasury.
The increase for labor is required to carry out the provisions of the
Labor Management Relations Act of 1947, to restore essential services
in the Department of Labor, and to cover increased costs of the public
employment offices.
General government expenditures will decrease, chiefly because of
lower expenditures for the disposal of surplus property.
Although the public debt will be lower, interest payments will
increase somewhat, chiefly as a result of higher accruals on savings
bonds as they approach maturity.
Tax refunds will decrease mainly because of lower refunds arising
from adjustment of wartime corporate tax liabilities.
In the preparation of this Budget I directed all departments and
agencies to plan to continue their programs for the fiscal year 1949 at
or below their operating levels in 1948. Exceptions were made only
where activities could no longer be deferred. Many departmental
requests to perform desirable services have been refused. Throughout
the Federal Government changes in activities will be made to achieve
the rigid standards of operating economy which have governed the
preparation of tHis Budget.
SPECIFIC PROGRAMS
NATIONAL DEFENSE

Since the close of hostilities, we have reduced our armed services to
a small fraction of their wartime strength. Nevertheless, national
defense remains the largest single Government program. The defense
of the United States and the task of administering the affairs of 140
million people in the occupied areas require heavy expenditures.
The enactment of the National Security Act of 1947 will enable us
to move more rapidly toward an integrated and balanced national
defense program. The amounts we can afford to spend for national
defense, as for any other program, are necessarily limited. The
Secretary of Defense and the coordinating agencies provided by this
act are now engaged in reviewing the missions and programs of the
services in order to attain the most effective defense possible within
these limits.
In this Budget, we provide only for the minimum requirements of
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Budget will permit a higher level of maintenance and operation, with
a considerable increase in aircraft procurement. For the Army, it
will provide for improved equipment for small, highly mobile tactical
ground forces, as well as for occupation troops and their support.
For the Navy, it will provide for maintaining the fleet and naval
aviation at the 1948 strength, but with increased aircraft procurement.
One basic element of a balanced national security program which
I have repeatedly urged—universal training-—is still lacking. A national program of broad training for all young men is necessary to
provide a firm base for small standing forces to be augmented, when
necessary, by trained reserve components. Such training should
make possible an ultimate reduction in our standing forces. In
anticipation of early approval by the Congress of a program of
universal training along the lines recommended by the Advisory
Commission on Universal Training, I have included 400 million
dollars in the expenditure estimate for the fiscal year 1949. This is
the first-year cost of a program which in full operation will cost
about 2 billion dollars annually.
NATIONAL DEFENSE
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Expenditures
Program or agency

Direction and coordination of defense
Air and Army defense:
Pay and maintenance of military personnel
All other (present programs)
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Reserve components (proposed legislation).
Public works (proposed legislation)..
Naval defense (including naval air arm):
Pay and maintenance of military personnel
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All other (present programs)
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Public works (proposed legislation)
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Activities supporting defense:
Terminal-leave pay for enlisted personnel
Lend-lease liquidation (excludingi National Military Establishment).
Military stockpiling (Treasury)..
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Other
Universal training (proposed legislation)
Total..

Actual,
1947

Appropriations,
1949

Estimate,
1948

Estimate,
1949

$2

$11

$11

3,325
2,879

3,128
13
140

3,100
2,752
16
20

1,659
2,458

1,581
2,535
26

1,569
1,938
25

340
11
49
31

110
-102
9

305
-28
4
400

4
500

14,281

10,746

11,025

10,295

$4,326
1,968

2,374
3,184

2,904

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Expenditures.—A net increase of 279 million dollars in total national
defense outlays is estimated in fiscal year 1949. Apart from readjustments in the expenditures of the Air Force, Army, and Navy,
the most substantial increases are for universal training and stockpiling, and the largest decreases are in terminal-leave payments and
other war liquidation expenses.
This Budget is the first to provide for a full year's operation of the
facilities established by the National Security Act of 1947 for coordination and direction of our defense, both within the National
Military Establishment and by the National Security Council and
the National Security Resources Board.
Expenditures for Air, Army, and Naval defense are estimated at
more than 10.3 billion dollars for the fiscal year 1949—slightly less
than in the present year. These expenditures cover pay and maintenance of military personnel, civilian-reserve components, research
and development, aircraft procurement, naval ship construction, and
military and naval public works, as well as other equipment and
general operating expenses. Each of these is discussed in the follow7
ing paragraphs.
Pay and maintenance of military personnel, excluding civilian
reserves, in the fiscal year 1949 will require an estimated 4.7 billion
dollars, or-45 percent of the 10.3 billion dollars. This estimate will
provide for an average military strength of 1,423,000 officers and
enlisted personnel in the Air Force, Army, and Navy for the fiscal
year 1949, about the same as the current strength of the armed forces.
Existing recruitment inducements appear to be adequate to maintain
these forces. Pay, subsistence, travel, welfare, training, clothing,
and medical expenditures will average about 3,300 dollars a man in
the armed forces—nearly two and one-half times the cost a decade ago.
For the civilian-reserve components, estimated expenditures for the
fiscal year 1949 are nearly 600 million dollars, an increase of about
one-half from the present year. This includes 13 million dollars
under proposed legislation, mainly for additional drill pay. These
organizations are also being provided with equipment, facilities, and
supplies procured and paid for during the war.
Expenditures for military research and development—exclusive of
those for atomic weapons, construction of facilities, and pay of military
personnel engaged on research projects—will remain at about 550
million dollars in the coming year. A large proportion of these
expenditures will be in aviation and related fields.

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Increased replacement of aircraft is essential in the fiscal year 1949
to support our air arms at the planned levels. Wartime reserves of
planes and parts are becoming depleted or obsolete. Expenditures
for procurement of complete aircraft in fiscal year 1949 are estimated
at 900 million dollars—an increase of about 150 million dollars over
the current year. Expenditures in 1950 for this purpose will rise
again as a result of the proposed increase of over 30 percent in 1949
authorizations. The plans for the Air Force contemplate operation of
55 combat groups and 17 separate squadrons.
Estimated expenditures for naval ship construction will amount to
312 million dollars in the fiscal year 1949, an increase of 34 million
dollars over 1948. At present the Navy is required by law to complete certain ships authorized and started during the war. To assist
in modernizing the fleet, I recommend that this provision be repealed.
The partially completed ships would then be held in reserve. I also
recommend that 230 million dollars of the money that would have
been spent to complete these ships and convert them to advanced
design be used for the construction, during the next few years, of
improved types of vessels. This substitution will mean a more
efficient fleet.
For construction of military and naval public works, expenditures
for fiscal year 1949 are estimated at 334 million dollars, as compared
with 409 million dollars in the current year. Both estimates include
anticipated expenditures under legislation now pending before the
Congress to provide essential housing for troops in the United States
and overseas and other construction of high priority, such as research
facilities.
The remaining expenditures of about 2.9 billibn dollars for the
defense activities of the National Military Establishment are for
equipment, supplies, and civilian pay roll for maintenance and operation. In the fiscal year 1949 the bulk of this expenditure will be to
pay civilian workers engaged in industrial, supply, maintenance, and
administrative activities, overseas and in the United States, on defense
programs. About 40 percent of all Federal civilian employees will
be engaged in defense activities. Procurement of equipment and
supplies other than aircraft will be limited chiefly to developmental
and test items and some new equipment for ground Iforce units.
Limited provision is made for the maintenance of stand-by iplants
and facilities and for industrial mobilization planning.
Aside from the National Military Establishment, the most important
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supplies which must be obtained from overseas sources that (might
be cut off in time of war. Although procurement of materials for
the strategic stockpile is behind schedule, the estimated expenditures
for procurement in the fiscal year 1949 are held to 285 million dollars
because of the urgent need for such materials to promote world
recovery, and the prevailing shortages with attendant high prices.
In addition to the new procurement, transfers from Governmentowned stocks to the stockpile which began in 1947 will continue, with
expenditures of 20 million dollars for processing in fiscal year 1949.
The value of these transferred materials will amount to an estimated
400 million dollars in all by the end of the fiscal year 1949.
Appropriations and other authorizations.—Appropriations of 10.3
billion dollars will be necessary for national defense in the fiscal year
1949. This amount includes estimates of 500 million dollars in appropriations for universal training and 61 million dollars for other proposed legislation, largely for military construction.
Excluding 565 million dollars in appropriations to liquidate obligations under prior contract authorizations, the new appropriations
recommended for the fiscal year 1949 amount to 9.7 billion dollars.
In addition, new contract authorizations of about 1.2 billion dollars
are required—923 million dollars for aircraft procurement, 65 million
dollars for public works, and 230 million dollars for naval ship construction.
Thus, I am recommending new authority to obligate totaling 10.9
billion dollars in the fiscal year 1949, which will permit expenditures
both in 1949 and later years. Of this amount nearly 50 percent will
be devoted to defense aviation. For 1948, the corresponding total
authority to obligate is 10.4 billion dollars. The increase is mainly
for the proposed universal training program and for strategic stockpiling.
I am also requesting authority to continue available for expenditure
an estimated 380 million dollars of appropriations obligated in the
fiscal year 1946 and earlier years, largely for aircraft procurement
contracts and for military construction. This extension will permit
liquidation of outstanding contracts on which deliveries have been
delayed.
Appropriations for major activities of the Air Force and the Army
have not yet been separated. In addition to obligations under direct
appropriations to the Department of the Air Force, about half of
those by the Department of the Army in the fiscal year 1949 will be
for the Air Force. The complete recasting of the appropriations
structure necessary to separate the accounts of these two Departments

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is now in process, but could not be completed in the short time since
the passage of the National Security Act.
INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND FINANCE

Our new international programs for European aid have been fully
presented to the Congress in recent messages. The appropriation
already enacted will provide "stopgap" assistance through next March
to the European countries in most urgent need—France, Italy, and
Austria—as well as aid to China. It is essential that we move as soon
as possible to a positive program for promotion of European recovery.
In addition to the European recovery program, other internationalaid programs for several countries, including China, are provided for
under proposed legislation. Definite recommendations on these programs will be transmitted shortly. Also, I urge again enactment of
the inter-American military cooperation bill proposed last May.
Estimates of appropriations and expenditures for this group of programs have been included in the Budget.
Expenditures.—By far the largest international expenditures in the
fiscal year 1949 will be under the European recovery program—
4 billion dollars, in addition to 500 million dollars in the fiscal year
1948. Expenditures under other proposed legislation for aid are
estimated at 60 million dollars in the fiscal year 1948 and 440 million
dollars in the fiscal year 1949.
The Export-Import Bank will continue in the fiscal year 1949 to
make loans to expand international trade and promote economic development, particularly in the Western Hemisphere. The need for
such loans will decline, however, when the dollar problem of Western
Hemisphere countries is eased as a result of purchases in these countries under the European recovery program. Disbursements of the
Bank's funds will also decline because its large loan authorizations to
several European countries are rapidly being exhausted during the
current fiscal year. Plans for the European recovery program call
for use of the Bank's facilities to administer loans made under the
new program.
The largest expenditures for foreign relief now fall under the occupied-areas program. These expenditures are handled by the Army
and are chiefly for shipments of goods to prevent disease and unrest.
They will increase in both the 1948 and 1949 fiscal years. The increase in 1948 will be caused largely by sharply higher prices, a severe
German crop failure, extensive storm damage to Japanese crops, and
the British dollar shortage. Since the United Kingdom is no longer
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Germany the United States is now assuming this expense. The
British will continue to finance purchases from sterling areas. Expenditures under this program will increase still further in the fiscal
year 1949 because all dollar costs of imports for relief in the bizonal
area must be paid by the United States for the entire fiscal year.
INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND FINANCE
[Fiscal years. In millionsj
Expenditures
Program or agency

Estimate,

Actual,

Total .

$500
60
736
1,700

$4,000
440
500

1948

1947

Keconstruction and stabilization:
European recovery program (proposed legislation)
Other proposed aid legislation—.
Export-Import Bank loans.
_
Treasury loan to United Kingdom
Subscriptions to International Bank and Fund
Eeconstruction Finance Corporation loans to
United Kingdom
_
U. S. Commercial Company___
_
Greek-Turkish aid (act of 1947)
Foreign relief:
Foreign (interim) aid (Foreign Aid Act of 1947)
Army (occupied countries)
Relief assistance to war-devastated areas (postUNRRA).
UNRRA
_
International Refugee Organization
Other
_
_
Philippine war damage and rehabilitation:
Present programs
Proposed legislation for veterans' benefits
Membership in international organizations:
Present programs
Proposed legislation
Foreign relations:
Department of State:
Present programs
Proposed legislation
Other

Estimate,
1949

$937
2,050
1,426

-47

-40
63
275
375

514

3

165
1,250

71

180
16

116
16
24
4

17

6,540

1,250

(•)

73

111

2 $450

119

272
201
71

1,489

Appropriations,
1949

160
20
7

164
16

7

151
20
1

5,533

7,009

2,104

i A 1948 supplemental appropriation of 6.8 billion dollars is anticipated for the period from Apr. 1, 1948,
to June 30, 1949.
3
A 1948 supplemental appropriation of 300 million dollars is also included in this Budget.
, 3 Less than one-half million dollars.

Expenditures under the interim-aid and post-UNRRA programs
will be completed in the fiscal year 1949. Most of the shipments under
these programs willjbe made in the current fiscal year, but expenditures lag behind shipments.

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Payments to the Philippine Republic to make partial compensation for war damage and to aid in its rehabilitation are now increasing. I renew the recommendation that the Congress enact legislation to carry out our pledge to provide certain benefits to Philippine
veterans.
Estimates for the fiscal years 1948 and 1949 for membership in
international organizations include disbursement of part of a proposed
loan to the United Nations for construction of permanent headquarters.
The budget for the Department of State includes amounts needed
under proposed legislation to carry out an effective foreign informational and cultural program. This program is essential in order to
present to the world an accurate picture of United States policies and
to counter misleading propaganda. An adequate information program will greatly increase the effectiveness of our international political and economic policies, especially in Europe.
Appropriations.-—A supplemental 1948 appropriation of 6.8 billion
dollars is included in this Budget for the first 15 months of the European recovery program. This appropriation would be available for
obligation through the fiscal year 1949, and would be used mainly in
that year. Experience with programs involving similar procurement
problems indicates that the margin between the recommended appropriation and the 4.5 billion-dollar expenditure estimate during
the same period is reasonable. To permit systematic and economical
placement of orders for later delivery, appropriations must be substantially greater than expenditures in the initial phase of the program. In addition, bills for a portion of the goods shipped in one
fiscal year are not paid until the following year, and this lag of expenditures is particularly significant in a large new program.
Other recommended 1948 supplemental appropriations, to be spent
mainly in 1949 and later years, include 300 million dollars for other
foreign-aid programs, 65 million dollars for the loan to the United
Nations for headquarters construction, and smaller amounts for
Department of State programs.
Because of the large supplemental appropriations for international
activities recommended for the fiscal year 1948, appropriations for
1949 total only 2.1 billion dollars. The two main items are 1,250
million dollars for the Army programs in occupied areas and an estimate of 450 million dollars for aid programs under proposed legislation.
Recommended appropriations totaling 133 million dollars for Philippine programs are below estimated expenditures because a portion of




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the appropriations for the current year will remain available for expenditure next year.
VETERANS

SERVICES AND BENEFITS

During the past year about 900,000 World War II servicemen
returned to civilian life, increasing the number of World War II
veterans to 14.7 million and the total veteran population to 18.6
million. Within a decade, veterans and their immediate dependents
will constitute more than two-fifths of our entire population. Many
of our veterans have rights under more than one provision of Federal
law and, although the readjustment program has now passed its .peak,
veterans7 benefits will remain a large part of the Federal Budget for
many years to come.
VETERANS' SERVICES AND BENEFITS

(Excluding trust accounts)
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Expenditures
Program or agency

Readjustment benefits (Veterans' Administration):
Education and training
Unemployment and self-employment allowances.Loan guarantee
Other
Pensions (Veterans' Administration)
Insurance (Veterans' Administration)
Hospitals, other services, and administrative costs:
Construction:
Veterans' Administration__
•
Corps of Engineers (Army)
_
Federal Works Agency
Current expenses:
Veterans' Administration:
Hospital and medical care
Other activities
All other agencies

Total.

Actual,
1947

$2,122
1,444
75
1,929
840

Estimate,
1948

Estimate,
1949

$2, 532
669
79
71
2,055
154

$2,029
412
87
67
2,105
60

112
300
6

425
472

520
368
4
6,632

6,102

$1,971
1,948
58

230

615
308
2

7,370

Appropriations,
1949

5,154

While the veterans' program has largely accomplished its original
purposes, certain aspects of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act
need modification. The law is being used in some cases to provide
training for avocational or leisure-time activity at high cost to the
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Veterans' Administration does not have adequate authority to limit
the expenditure of funds under this act to constructive educational
and vocational programs. A reexamination of the basic purposes
of the law and suitable modification of its provisions should result in
substantial savings. These savings should more than offset such
limited increases of other benefits as may be justified.
Expenditures.—Expenditures for readjustment benefits in the fiscal
year 1949 will amount to an estimated 2.6 billion dollars—a decline of
756 million dollars from expenditures in the current year.
College, school, and job training is now expected to reach its
peak in the fiscal year 1948, with an average of 2,250,000 veterans
enrolled. For the fiscal year 1949, average enrollment is expected to
fall to 1,730,000 students and trainees. The number will decline in
all programs except institutional on-the-farm training.
In recent months the number of veterans drawing unemployment
and self-employment allowances has been substantially smaller than
previously expected. The 1948 appropriations approved by the
Congress provided for an average of 925,000 on the rolls. The
present estimates provide for an average of 625,000 in the fiscal
year 1948, with a further reduction to 390,000, on the average, in
the fiscal year 1949.
Under the loan-guarantee provisions of the Servicemen's Keadjustment Act, veterans obtained about 635,000 loans amounting to
3.6 billion dollars in the fiscal year 1947. About 90 percent of the
loans are on residential property and the remainder are for business
or farm purposes. The Government's obligation under the guarantee
and insurance provisions runs to nearly one-half of the face value of
these loans. In addition, the Government makes on behalf of the
veterans a principal payment equal to 4 percent of the guaranteed
portions of the loans. The estimates provide for continuation of the
1947 rate for the loan-guarantee program in both the fiscal years 1948
and 1949. However, in both years higher expenditures will be required to meet losses and to permit property acquisitions under loan
defaults.
Compensation and pension payments to veterans and their dependents are estimated on the basis of an average of 2,923,000 claimants in fiscal year 1948 and 3,010,000 claimants in fiscal year 1949.
The expenditure estimate of 2.1 billion dollars for 1949 includes 242
million dollars for subsistence allowances for disabled trainees and
students.
New hospitals and domiciliary facilities are necessary to provide
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construction and improvement of facilities to cost over 1.1 billion
dollars has already been authorized by the Congress, but has been
delayed by unduly high bids and by shortages of materials. The
present expenditure estimates assume that one-half of the work on
the total authorized program will be completed by the end of the
fiscal year 1949.
The operating expenses of the medical, hospital, and domiciliarycare program of the Veterans' Administration will increase substantially again in the fiscal year 1949, largely because of the steady
rise in patient load, which will average 148,000 in fiscal year 1949.
The out-patient care program will cost slightly less in the fiscal year
1949 than in the current year, but will provide treatment for over 6
million veterans.
Declining work loads and improvements in administrative procedures will reduce operating and administrative expenditures for other
programs.
Expenditures for insurance, mostly transfers to the national service
life insurance trust fund, will continue to decline in 1949. The
cumulative cost to the Government of insurance due to war hazards
in World War II will exceed 3.6 billion dollars by the end of the fiscal
year 1949.
Trust accounts,—Premiums from veteran policyholders, supplemented by Government payments to cover war hazards, have resulted
in substantial accumulations in the national service life insurance and
Government life insurance trust funds. The assets of the national
service life insurance trust fund will reach an estimated 7.3 billion
dollars by June 30, 1949.
VETERANS' LIFE INSURANCE FUNDS

{Trust accounts)
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Item

Keceipts:
Transfers from general and special accounts
Premiums, interest, and other
Total
Expenditures for benefits, refunds, and other (deduct)
Net accumulation..

.

Actual,
1947

Estimate,
1948

Estimate,
1949

$822
816

$147
659

$46
698

1,638
349

806
372

744
376

1,289

434

368




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A dividend estimated at between 1 and 2 billion dollars will probably
become payable to the servicemen who hold or have held national
service life insurance. This dividend cannot be paid, however, until
the financial liabilities of the fund and its legal status are determined.
Because of these uncertainties, the payment of the dividend is not
now included in estimated trust account expenditures. The Veterans'
Administration is gradually catching up on the processing of the basic
insurance records. The general contingency reserve includes expenditures to administer payment of the dividend if the exact status of the
fund is clarified during the fiscal year 1949.
Appropriations and other authorizations.1—To cover the expenditures
necessary for veterans' programs, appropriations of 5.2 billion dollars
are recommended for the fiscal year 1949. The difference of about 950
million dollars between estimated expenditures and appropriations
will be covered by unexpended balances from fiscal year 1948 and prior
appropriations.
The appropriations estimated for the fiscal year 1949 include 230
million dollars to liquidate obligations incurred under contract authorizations for the hospital and domiciliary construction program. New
contract authorizations of 43 million dollars are also requested, in part
for modernization of hospital facilities and in part to cover the increased construction cost of previously authorized hospitals.
SOCIAL WELFARE, HEALTH, AND SECURITY

In the existing social security programs we have a tried and successful framework within which to construct an integrated, comprehensive
system providing for all citizens some protection against the major
economic hazards of our society. We have made real progress toward
our objective, but it is still far from realized.
From time to time I have proposed measures which, taken together,
would complete our present system to a substantial degree, and would
provide protection increasingly on a social insurance basis. I intend
shortly to discuss this legislative program in a special message to the
Congress. Some of the proposals would have immediate fiscal effects,
and I have accordingly included estimates for the following items:
Old-age and survivors insurance.—Extension of coverage to all
gainful workers, including agricultural and domestic employees,
farmers, and other self-employed persons.
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Health program.—Provision of a national system of health
insurance and improved services and facilities for public health
and medical care.
Unemployment compensation.—Extension of coverage to employees of small businesses and as many other groups as feasible.
Public assistance.—Broadening of Federal aid to include general
assistance, and allotment of Federal grants for public assistance so as to relate them to the financial resources and needs of
each State.
Other proposals, such as temporary and permanent disability insurance benefits, would not affect estimates for the fiscal year 1949.
SOCIAL WELFARE, HEALTH, AND SECURITY

(Excluding trust accounts)
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Expenditures
Program or agency

Actual,
1947

Unemployment and accident compensation:
Federal Security Agency
Eailroad Retirement Board
Retirement and dependency insurance:
Railroad Retirement Board
Federal Security Agency and other
Assistance to the aged and other special groups:
Federal Security Agency:
Present programs
Proposed legislation.__
School lunch (Agriculture)
_.
Promotion of public health:
Federal Security Agency:
Present programs
Health program (proposed legislation)
Stream pollution abatement (proposed legislation)
.
Federal Works Agency and other
Crime control and correction
Other

Total .

Estimate,
1948

Estimate,
1949

14

Appropriations,
1949

15

303
3

764
3

662

758

579
6

642

100

163

222
15
1
15
82
4

2,028

2,077

62

140

211
15
1
24
84
13

76

822
100
65

1,379

1,960

Expenditures.—My recommendations for legislation involve Budget
expenditures estimated at 116 million dollars in the fiscal year 1949,
mainly for revisions of public assistance and initial administrative
costs of the medical-care program. The other proposals would be
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Federal grants to States for the administration of unemployment
compensation—the only Budget expenditure for this Federal-State
program—are projected for fiscal year 1949 at slightly above the
level for the current year. This rise reflects higher State salaries and
operating costs.
Railroad retirement expenditures for retirement and dependency
insurance, which consist almost entirely of transfers to the railroad
retirement trust account, are determined by railroad pay-roll tax
receipts. These are expected to remain at their present high level
throughout the fiscal year 1949. The estimate for the current year is
unusually high because it includes approximately 200 million dollars
properly allocable to previous years' operations which could not be
transferred until the necessary appropriation was enacted early in the
fiscal year 1948.
An increase in expenditures for assistance to the aged and other
special groups in the fiscal year 1949 is occasioned by higher anticipated public assistance payments. Recently the Congress extended
until 1950 the temporary increase in the Federal share of these payments. In view of the upward trend in both benefit levels and case
loads, the Federal expenditures for this purpose under existing legislation are expected to continue to rise. An additional 100 million dollars
for public assistance has been included as an estimate of expenditures
under the proposed legislation for improving this program.
An increase in Federal Security Agency expenditures for public
health work in 1949 results primarily from progress in the Federal-aid
hospital construction program, and from some expansion in other
grants-in-aid and in research activities. The expenditure estimates
include 1.4 million dollars for surveys under the stream pollution
abatement program now under consideration by the Congress. The
rise in Federal Works Agency expenditures for health purposes is in
items for construction of hospital and research facilities in and near
the District of Columbia.
Trust accounts.—All social insurance benefit payments are made
directly from trust funds. The handling of contributions varies.
Thus, the pay-roll taxes collected by the States to finance unemployment compensation are deposited directly in a Federal trust account,
as are nearly all the taxes collected for railroad unemployment insurance. For the railroad retirement system, pay-roll tax collections are included in Budget receipts and the transfers to the trust
account appear as Budget expenditures. The proceeds of Federal
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ferred to the trust account without affecting expenditures; the transfer
is made through a deduction from receipts and an equal credit to the
trust account.
SOCIAL WELFARE, HEALTH, AND SECURITY

(Major trust accounts)
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Actual,

Fund and item

1947

Unemployment trust fund:
Receipts:
Deposits by States and railroad unemployment taxesInterest
______
Extension of coverage (proposed legislation)
Payments: State and railroad unemployment withdrawals.

Estimate,
1949

Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Receipts:
Appropriation from general receipts
Interest and other
Extension of coverage and raising of tax base (proposed
legislation)
Payments of benefits and administrative expenses:
Existing legislationProposed legislation

$1,143
147

$1,238
166

869

814

$1,231
186
20
906

420

Net accumulation (including proposed legislation)

590

531

1,459
163

1,627
193

1,672
222
200

__

_ _
_. _

Net accumulation
Federal employees' retirement funds:
Receipts:
Salary deductions and transfers from Budget accountsInterest _ __
Payments of annuities and refunds
Net accumulation

__

Health insurance trust fund (proposed legislation):
Receipts from pay-roll contributions
Payments of benefits
__

556

649
175

1,157

1,264

1,270

758
40
229

575
55
232

149

Railroad retirement account:
Receipts:
Transfers from Budget accounts
Interest _
_
__
Payments of benefits

466

298
24
173

Net accumulation (including proposed legislation) _ _

Net accumulation

Estimate,
1948

570

398

483
95
323

470
105
241

465
115
250

255

333

330

150

150

All major social welfare trust funds will continue to accumulate
assets in the fiscal year 1949. Excepting the unemployment trust
fund, they are retirement funds which will, for some time, accumulate

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reserves against future benefit payments. By the end of the next
fiscal year, these assets should reach 16 billion dollars.
The unemployment insurance system is related more immediately
than the others to the level of economic activity. With continuing
full employment, its assets should continue to accumulate, bringing
the total up to approximately 9 billion dollars by the end of fiscal
year 1949.
Broader coverage under old-age and survivors insurance would be
financed by extending the pay-roll tax at the rates provided by present
law to the newly insured persons and their employers. These old-age
pay-roll tax collections would suffice for several years to finance more
liberal benefits for both present and prospective beneficiaries.
The estimates for the health insurance program assume a total
initial pay-roll tax of one-half of 1 percent of individual salaries up to
4,800 dollars a year, effective January 1, 1949, to furnish a basis for
establishing eligibility for benefits and to build up an operating
reserve. After a year or two of accumulation at this low rate, the
permanent contribution rate would go into effect and the system would
begin to provide benefits on a basis which is mainly self-financing.
The recommended broadening of social insurance would increase
both the receipts and expenditures of the trust accounts over what
they otherwise would have been. For the immediate future, however, these increases would be greater in pay-roll contributions than
in benefits. This net accumulation is useful at this time as an
anti-inflation measure.
Appropriations and other authorizations.—Appropriations recom- •
mended for social welfare, health, and security exceed estimated
expenditures for the fiscal year 1949 principally because the appropriation requested for the Railroad Retirement Board includes authorization to transfer to the trust account during the current fiscal year
part of the taxes to be collected in this year. Wage increases in the
railroad industry have resulted in higher pay-roll tax collections than
were estimated when the appropriation for the current year was
enacted.
Besides the appropriations, contract authorizations of 119 million
dollars are recommended for public health programs. This total
includes 75 million dollars for the Federal-aid hospital construction
program, 26 million dollars for research and hospital facilities for the
Public Health Service, and 18 million dollars for the District of Columbia hospital center. Included in the recommendations for 1949 is an
appropriation of 60 million dollars to liquidate the prior year's contract authorization for Federal-aid hospital construction.




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HOUSING AND COMMUNITY FACILITIES

Since last fall the number of dwelling units built has been greater
than in any comparable period in our history. But many families
most in need of housing, particularly veterans, cannot afford to pay
present high prices.
The Federal housing program, under present legislation, places
primary emphasis upon assuring adequate credit through guarantees
of mortgage loans for builders and veterans—including guarantees by
the Veterans' Administration, classified under veterans7 pensions and
benefits. These credit aids have accelerated construction and increased the proportion of old and new homes going to veterans.
These emergency aids have temporarily replaced most of the activity
under the permanent mortgage insurance program.
In recent months, however, available credit has tended to outrun
available production, and thus has helped to keep construction costs
and housing prices at unreasonably high levels. The Housing and
Home Finance Administrator, with the assistance of the National
Housing Council, is tightening standards employed in administration
of existing loan-guarantee programs—including guarantees of loans
both on new construction and on existing homes. He is also preparing legislative proposals designed to strengthen the permanent programs and to taper off the special credit aids necessary during the war
and reconversion periods. As long as inflation persists, such emergency aids should be limited to the types of construction most urgently
needed, particularly rental housing and lower-cost housing.
Both private enterprise and local public agencies need a broader
long-range program of assistance from the Federal Government. I
again recommend enactment of comprehensive housing legislation.
Besides establishing a better basis for Government assistance to private
enterprise, such legislation is necessary to provide Government assistance through local public agencies for the sizable minority of our
people whose incomes are insufficient to pay the full cost of decent
housing. The Budget includes estimated first-year expenditures
under such proposed legislation. These expenditures would largely
prepare the way for later expansion in loans and grants for low-fent
housing, urban redevelopment, and farm housing; for insurance of
direct investments in large-scale rental housing; and for basic technical
and economic research.
Fundamental to all progress in raising the housing standards of our
people is a substantial reduction in the current excessive level of
housing costs. While cost reductions are primarily the responsibility
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assistance wherever possible. The Housing and Home Finance
Administrator is organizing a series of conferences with representatives of local government, industry, and labor, designed to speed the
removal of existing obstacles to lower costs.
The greatest promise of additional cost reduction lies in development and use of improved materials and methods, and in revision of
obsolete building codes to permit their use. With the assistance of
the Bureau of Standards and other Federal agencies, the Housing and
Home Finance Administrator is working out a program of technical
research to supplement industry programs. The Administrator will
make the results of these studies available in usable form to builders,
local public agencies, and others who can translate them into actual
cost savings or quality improvements.
I also urge the Congress to authorize the Federal Works Agency
to make additional commitments for repayable advances to States
and localities for planning community facilities and other nonhousing
public works. This would revive the authority which expired on
June 30, 1947. Detailed public works plans are indispensable if
State and local governments are to apply public funds efficiently in
construction work. Only through such advance planning can useful
public works be ready to initiate when needed, and when conditions
are favorable for their construction.
Expenditures.—All Federal programs to furnish financial aids to
private housing will show net receipts in the fiscal year 1949. With
continuing high prosperity, liquidation of previous loans will remain
high, and disbursements to cover losses on guarantees of private loans
will be low.
The 1949 budget of the Federal Housing Administration assumes
that new insurance commitments will be limited to mortgages which
do not exceed a reasonable percentage of long-run value. The emergency program permitting insurance of mortgages on the basis of
current costs expires on March 31, 1948. It is my hope that, if further
extension proves necessary, it will be for a very limited period and
that the emergency program can be progressively curtailed. Even
with more conservative operations, the Federal Housing Administration expects to aid in financing almost a quarter of the houses built
in the fiscal year 1949. As long as employment and income continue
high, foreclosures will be few, and receipts from insurance premiums
and other sources will continue to exceed expenditures (excluding
investments). Thus, further substantial additions can be made to
reserves available to meet future losses.




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HOUSING AND COMMUNITY FACILITIES
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Expenditures
Program or agency

Aids to private housing:
Housing and Home Finance Agency:
Federal Housing Administration
Home Loan Bank Board:
Home Owners' Loan Corporation
Transfer of Federal Home Loan Bank stock
Other.
Reconstruction Finance Corporation:
Mortgage purchases (net)
Premium payments and other aids
Transfer of Federal Home Loan Bank stock
Public housing programs:
Public Housing Administration:
War housing
_
Veterans' re-use housing
Low-rent housing
_
Defense Homes Corporation:
Return of capital.._'.
Other
.
Other..
_.._
Other housing services:
Housing and Home Finance Agency
Housing Expediter (excluding rent control)
Provision of community facilities:
Federal Works Agency:
Present programs
Proposed legislation
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Long-range housing program (proposed legislation)
Total.
1

Actual,
1947

Estimate,
1948

Estimate,
1949

Appropriations,
1949

-$9
-200
1

-159
123

0)

-127

0)

70
10
-123

o

0)

$213
14

108
365

0)
-1
-5

(0

1
20
37
403

113

38

292

Less than one-half million dollars.

The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, under the
supervision of the Home Loan Bank Board, now insures over 7 billion
dollars in share accounts of savings and loan associations. The Federal home loan banks, also under the supervision of the Home Loan
Bank Board, supervise the operations of member savings and loan
associations and provide a reservoir of credit to meet the needs of
such associations. To minimize demands upon the Corporation and
the banks in future years, extension of excessive or unsound mortgage
credit must be avoided. As part of the anti-inflation program, I
have requested the Housing and Home Finance Administrator to
review existing regulations and policies with the Home Loan Bank
Board and to propose any legislation that may be necessary to
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Repayments are continuing on the depression loans made by the
Home Owners' Loan Corporation, but at a diminishing rate as the
outstanding loans decrease. By the close of the fiscal year 1949,
borrowers will have repaid all but 309 million dollars of the 3.5 billion
dollars advanced by the Corporation.
The new charter of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation
drastically curtails the Corporation's authority to purchase mortgages. The authority to make premium payments to stimulate
building-materials production has expired.
Management and disposition of war housing accounts for most of the
expenditures estimated for public housing programs in the fiscal year
1949. Almost all of the 18-million-dollar increase of expenditures
for low-rent housing represents net purchase of local housing authority
obligations in order to refinance war-built projects on a permanent
basis. Annual contributions to local authorities will increase moderately as projects are returned to low-income occupancy.
Federal expenditures for construction of public housing in the fiscal
year 1949 will be limited to small amounts for resumption of a few
low-rent projects authorized before the war. Construction of temporary re-use housing for veterans will be virtually completed in the
current fiscal year.
Liquidation of the Defense Homes Corporation will be completed
by the end of the current fiscal year. The Corporation will return
to the Treasury the entire capital investment of 10 million dollars and
also an estimated earned surplus of more than 2 mi lion dollars.
This Budget provides for a small staff under the Housing and Home
Finance Administrator to coordinate Government housing activities
and to make technical information and assistance generally available
to the housing industry and State and local officials. Except for
proposed extension of rent control, classified under finance, commerce, and industry, the functions of the Housing Expediter terminate
in the current fiscal year.
Repayable advances under the original authorization by the Federal
Works Agency to State and local governments for planning nonhousing public works projects will amount to 16 million dollars in 1948
and 12 million dollars in 1949. The Budget provides for an additional
10-million-dollar expenditure under the proposed renewal of this
authority. Other community facility programs of the Agency are
relatively small.
The Reconstruction Finance Corporation, in the fiscal year 1949,
will disburse an estimated 32 million dollars in excess of repayment on
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Appropriations.—Of the 292 million dollars in appropriations
required to finance existing and proposed programs in 1949, an
estimated 57 million dollars will be necessary to inaugurate the proposed long-range housing program and to make advances for State
and local public works planning under proposed legislation. Annual
appropriations of 8 million dollars are recommended under existing
legislation mainly to provide for annual contributions for low-rent
housing projects.
Five permanent indefinite appropriations account for the remaining
227 million dollars. Of this total, 54 million dollars covers current
expenses for management and disposition of war housing and veterans'
re-use housing. The remaining 173 million dollars in the permanent
indefinite appropriations is the estimated excess of current receipts
from rental and sales of war housing and veterans' re-use housing over
current expenses, to be deposited in miscellaneous receipts in the
fiscal year 1950 without being reflected in expenditures.
EDUCATION AND GENERAL RESEARCH

The American people have long recognized that provision of an
adequate education for everyone is essential in a democratic system of
government. It has become evident in recent years that the financial
resources of many States and their subdivisions are not sufficient to
meet minimum educational standards. Therefore, I urge the Congress
to take prompt action to provide grants from the Federal Government
to the States for elementary and secondary education. The Budget
estimates provide for beginning this program in the fiscal year 1949.
The Budget estimates also assume the creation of a National Science
Foundation. In the Budget Message last year, I recommended the
establishment of an agency to encourage fundamental scientific
research. The Congress passed a bill to create a National Science
Foundation, but the bill included unacceptable administrative provisions and I was obliged to disapprove it. I hope that the Congress
in this session will pass a bill for this purpose in keeping with the
principles of responsible and efficient administration.
Expenditures.—Apart from the proposed grant program, nearly all
the estimated increase in 1949 in expenditures for the general promotion of education is due to the increase in vocational education
grants authorized by the Congress in 1946. Expenditures of the
Federal Works Agency for the maintenance and operation of schools
in war-affected communities will be practically completed during the
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EDUCATION AND GENERAL RESEARCH
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Expenditures
Program or agency

Promotion of education:
Office of Education (Federal Security Agency):
Aid for education (proposed legislation)
Present programs . . . .
_._
Federal Works Agency and other .
Educational aid to special groups:
Bureau of Indian Affairs (Interior)
Howard University (Federal Security Agency) and
other
Library and museum services
General-purpose research:
Department of Commerce:
Radio propagation building (proposed legislation)
._
Other
Office of Scientific Research and Development (Office for E mergency Management)
National Science Foundation (proposed legislation)
.
Other agencies. _
Total

Actual,
1947

Estimate,
1948

Estimate,

Appropriations,
1949

1949

$300
44

$290
42

$28
5

$34
4

11

12

12

3
8

4
9

7
10

15

15

1
19

1
20

5
1

15
1

387

407

5

76

0)
12
4
10

0)
(0

0)

0)

77

i Less than one-half million dollars.

The increase in expenditures for library and museum services is due
to a slight expansion in activities in the Library of Congress and the
Smithsonian Institution.
For general-purpose research, the principal expenditures are by the
Bureau of the Census and the Bureau of Standards, both in the Department of Commerce. The increase for the fiscal year 1949 arises
chiefly from preparatory work in the Bureau of the Census for the
seventeenth decennial census in 1950 and from expenditures for the
research and standards work of the radio propagation laboratories of
the Bureau of Standards.
In addition to the expenditures for general and multipurpose programs included in this function, many agencies of the Federal Government carry on education or research activities which are a part of
their specialized activities and which are, therefore, included as
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grams of the State and Navy Departments, the Agricultural Extension Service, the fellowship program of the Public Health Service,
and the research activities of the National Military Establishment,
the Atomic Energy Commission, and the Departments of Agriculture
and Interior.
Appropriations.—For the fiscal year 1949, the total of appropriations for education and general research is 407 million dollars, of which
316 million dollars is an estimate of supplemental appropriations
which will be required under proposed legislation and 91 million
dollars is for programs under present law. The estimated appropriation for the National Science Foundation is 10 million dollars above
the estimated expenditure because contracts to be made in the first
year of operation will require expenditures in later years. Only
3 million dollars of appropriations is required for Howard University,
since expenditures for construction will be financed in part from
earlier-year appropriations.
AGRICULTURE AND AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES

At the present time, American agriculture is in the best financial
condition in history. Agricultural prices in recent months have been
at an all-time high—nearly three times the level of 1940. Net farm
income in 1947 was approximately 18 billion dollars—three and onehalf times the average net farm income in the years 1935-39. Farm
debts were reduced greatly during the war years and have remained
at low levels.
The Government's present commitment to support the prices of
most agricultural commodities at not less than 90 percent of parity
will continue until December 31, 1948. At present, however, the
world-wide shortage of food has raised the prices of all but a few
agricultural commodities well above support levels.
Price support will be needed in the future, but the parity formula
should be revised to reflect basic changes in price relationships and
improvements in agricultural technology. Price supports should be
regarded chiefly as devices to safeguard farmers against forced selling
under unfavorable conditions and economic depression. However,
they should be revised so as not to be so high as to encourage overproduction of particular commodities, which sometimes can occur even
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The authority of the Commodity Credit Corporation, which is the
principal agency for carrying out our price support programs, was
temporarily extended to June 30, 1948. I recommended a year ago,
and I recommend again, that the Corporation be rechartered by act
of Congress with a Federal charter in place of its present State
charter, and that its present capital and borrowing authority be
renewed.
AGRICULTURE AND AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Expenditures
Program or agency

Loan and investment programs:
Department of Agriculture:
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Present programs
Proposed legislation
Farmers' Home Administration (including Reconstruction Finance Corporation funds)
Rural Electrification Administration (including Reconstruction Finance Corporation
funds)
Return of capital to miscellaneous receipts
O ther corporate transactions
Other
Other financial aids:
Department of Agriculture:
Conservation and use
Exportation and domestic consumption....*
Sugar Act..
Food subsidies (Commodity Credit Corporation
and Reconstruction Finance Corporation)
Agricultural land and water resources
Development and improvement
Total _
1

Actual,
1947

$264

Estimate,
1948

Estimate,
1949

Appropriations,
1949

-$247

$12
-50

75

113

185
3
-93
-3

305
31
-78
—1

325
68
-30
—2

339
77
55

227
57
55

176
47

150
U35
72

222
49
142

50
131

51
125

50
121

1,248

614

$115

655

Rescission of 91 million dollars of this permanent appropriation is proposed.

Expenditures.—The largest factor in the fluctuation of total agricultural expenditures is the change in the various price support, supply, and purchase programs of the Commodity Credit Corporation.
Advances under the contract to purchase Cuban sugar in June 1947,
for example, largely account for net expenditures of 264 million dollars
in the fiscal year 1947, and likewise, the subsequent sale is largely
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By 1949, net cash outlays for price support and supply programs
will be small because agricultural prices on the whole are expected to
be above support levels, and reimbursements from other agencies and
.cash-paying foreign governments should offset expenditures for procurement of agricultural commodities. However, price support will
probably be required for commodities such as potatoes, eggs, wool,
and tobacco.
Under proposed legislation, a saving of 50 million dollars has been
included as an estimate of the possible effects of revision of the parity
formula and the level of price support.
The programs of the Farmers' Home Administration were greatly
curtailed during the war period. I am asking for a small increase in
administrative funds and a 15-rnillion-dollar increase in funds for
production and subsistence loans in order to meet a small part of the
need for essential production credit for low-income farmers. The increase in expenditures of the Farmers' Home Administration does not
reflect changes in its program, but is due primarily to changes in the
method of accounting for loan repayments by farmers. In 1949
such repayments, made directly to the Treasury, will amount to an
estimated 111 million dollars.
Electrification of rural areas, held back during the war years, has
greatly accelerated since 1945, and will continue to expand in the
fiscal year 1949 as rapidly as materials become available. Except for
administrative expenses, the entire expenditure figure represents loan
disbursements to local cooperatives and other borrowers.
Other corporate transactions reflect the high level of farm prosperity, which has enabled farmers in recent years to make large repayments on their mortgage indebtedness. Repayments will continue
in 1949, though at a reduced rate.
In accordance with the 1948 Agriculture Appropriation Act, commitments for payments to farmers under the conservation and landuse program will be reduced for the crop-year 1948, causing a decline
in expenditures in the fiscal year 1949. It is necessary, however, that
this program be restored in order to prevent a serious reduction in
the fertility of our soil as a result of the high production induced by
heavy foreign and domestic demands for agricultural products. I
therefore ask the Congress to make more adequate provision for the
conservation and use program by authorizing a 300-million-dollar program for the 1949 crop year. Expenditures under this program will
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With the present high agricultural prices, expenditures for various
surplus disposal programs under the permanent appropriation for
exportation and domestic consumption of agricultural commodities
can be reduced in the fiscal year 1949. On the other hand, expenditures under the Sugar Act of 1948 will be increased to make payments
to sugar growers at the rates specified in the act and to cover payments
owed to sugar producers in Puerto Rico—payments which were not
made because of the appropriation limitation of 55 million dollars
previously in effect.
The programs of the Federal Government to encourage research,
education, and demonstration work, which are carried on by the
Extension Service, the Soil Conservation Service, and the scientific
research agencies of the Department of Agriculture, are included in
"agricultural land and water resources" and "development and
improvement." Expenditures for these two categories show a small
net decline in 1949.
Appropriations and other authorizations.—To carry out our agricultural programs, I recommend that the Congress appropriate 655 million
dollars for the fiscal year 1949. This includes 150 million dollars
for conservation and use to carry out the commitment authorized
by the Congress for the 1948 crop year. In addition, I recommend new borrowing authority of 300 million dollars to finance Rural
Electrification Administration loans—an increase of 75 million dollars
over the amount authorized for 1948. On the other hand, since not
all of the permanent appropriation of 135 million dollars for exportation
and domestic consumption of surplus agricultural commodities will be
required, I recommend the return to the Treasury of 91 million dollars
of this permanent appropriation.
The recommended appropriation of 121 million dollars for the
various programs included in development and improvement of
agriculture reflects several changes. It contemplates an increase of
10 million dollars for grants to States, marketing research, and other
research under the Research and Marketing Act of 1946. This
increase will be offset by a decline of 10 million dollars in the appropriation for the Bureau of Animal Industry. Other increases and
decreases will be small.
NATURAL RESOURCES

The key objectives of the natural resources program in the fiscal
year 1949 are to find new reserves, to reduce destruction and waste,
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on resources known to be abundant, and particularly to devejop the
use of atomic energy.
Heavy demands on our natural resources during and since the war
have made it necessary for us to take action aimed at more careful
husbandry of these resources. In achieving new high levels of industrial production we have depleted our storehouse at a faster rate than
ever before. In addition, our soils, water supplies, minerals., and
forests available for constructive use are being diminished by avoidable wastage.
Our heritage is not so great that we can afford to overlook the growing deficiencies. Although some of our resources are practically
inexhaustible, others are rapidly being depleted. Still other resources
we possess only in insignificant quantity or lack completely.
The expenditures included in the Budget for 1949 are not sufficient
to provide all the conservation and new development necessary to
prevent a further decline in our available resources. They will, however, enable us to make moderate progress toward a more nearly
sustaining basis.
NATURAL RESOURCES
[Fiscal years. In millions]
-

Expenditures

Program or agency

Actual,

Estimate,
1949

i$170
4

$456
20

$660
14

$625

180
121

314
183

449
268

472
269

16
18

20
46

32
35

27
35

9
13

3
14

1947

Atomic energy:
Atomic Energy Commission
___
Other agencies
Land and water resources:
Corps of Engineers (Army, civil functions)
Bureau of Reclamation (Interior)
Bonneville Power Administration and southwestern power transmission system (Interior)
Tennessee Valley Authority
International Boundary and Water Commission,
United States and Mexico (State)
.
Bureau of Land Management and other (Interior).
Other. Forest resources:
Forest Service and other (Agriculture)
Department of the Interior._
___.
Mineral resources:
Bureau of Mines and other (Interior)
Department of the Navy and other
General resource surveys (Geological Survey, Interior).
Fish and wildlife resources (Interior and other)
Recreational use of resources (Interior)
Total

..-

Appropriations,
1949

Estimate,
1948

2
8
—2

4
10
2

2

GO

()

()

50
3

55
4

55
4

19
5
10
11
11

24
5
10
12
17

25
5
15
19
23

628

1,179

1,626

55
3
25
(2)
16
21
16
1,581

1 Includes expenditures only after Dec. 31,1946, when program was shifted to Atomic Energy Commission.
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Expenditures.—Our responsibilities for safeguarding the national
defense and developing peacetime applications of atomic energy
require new laboratories, new production plants, and training of an
increasing number of scientists and technicians. Increased expenditures in the fiscal year 1949 are required.
Last July the Congress provided for acceleration of our program for
flood control and stream-flow regulation. This action was based in
large part on the recommendations which I submitted at that time.
The increases estimated for the Corps of Engineers in the fiscal year
1949 are needed for the orderly execution of this program. Almost
all of the expenditures will be required to carry forward projects
under way in the fiscal year 1948.
The reclamation program brings new resources into use. The base
has already been set for this program. Even without the addition of
any new major projects, expenditures of the Bureau of Reclamation
will increase by 85 million dollars in the fiscal year 1949 if construction
is to proceed at a rate which will yield irrigation and power benefits
without undue delay.
In order to distribute hydroelectric power as it becomes available
from Government dams, expansion of transmission facilities is needed
by the Bonneville Power Administration and certain extensions
should be made in the southwestern area, also by the Department of
the Interior. These facilities, for which increased expenditures of 12
million dollars are estimated for 1949, are essential to deliver power to
areas of shortage.
Net expenditures for the Tennessee Valley Authority program
in 1949 will decrease from the 1948 level. Estimated net proceeds
of 750,000 dollars from power operations will be paid into miscellaneous receipts in 1949, as compared with 8 million dollars in 1948. This
reduced payment is recommended in order to permit the Tennessee
Valley Authority to retain corporate funds urgently needed to finance
facilities required to avoid power shortages.
Construction will go forward more rapidly on the Rio Grande dams
provided for in the 1944 treaty with Mexico. This will mean increased
expenditures by the International Boundary and Water Commission
in 1949.
Ownership of large public-domain and acquired-land holdings places
on the Federal Government a direct responsibility for land conservation and management. Most of the lands administered by the
Department of the Interior are unforested range lands. Expenditures
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of the Department of the Interior increase from 10 million dollars in
the fiscal year 1948 to 13 million dollars in the fiscal year 1949.
Our national forests, which are mostly under the jurisdiction of the
Department of Agriculture, must be protected from fire, disease, and
other losses, and administered so as to yield an assured timber supply
for the future. Expenditures for these resources are continued at the
1948 level.
Depletion of our petroleum reserves is one of our most serious and
far-reaching problems. Although discoveries of new oil pools are
being made each year, reserves are becoming inadequate to match
our rapidly growing requirements. Fortunately we have large supplies of coal and oil shale and moderate supplies of natural gas, which
can be converted into liquid fuel. The Budget contemplates appropriation to the Bureau of Mines in 1949 of all the remaining funds
authorized for the present 5-year synthetic liquid fuels program which
expires in the fiscal year 1949. I recommend extension of this program for a period of 3 years and an additional authorization of 30
million dollars.
Knowledge of our natural resources is still far from complete, and
cannot be made complete in a single year or even several years. The
1949 Budget provides for basic mapping and investigations only as
part of a long-term program. An increase from 10 million dollars
in 1948 to 15 million dollars in 1949 is needed for the basic surveys
and mapping of the Geological Survey. Expenditures of the Bureau
of Mines and Geological Survey for limited exploration and development, mostly for strategic and critical mineral supplies, will continue
in 1949 at a slightly increased level. Since these efforts cannot result
in the discovery of resources for all foreseeable requirements, we
must supplement them by stockpiling materials likely to become
deficient, as I have already stated in reviewing the national defense
program.
Development and upkeep of our national parks, fish hatcheries, and
wildlife reservations have been deferred because of the requirements of
war and postwar adjustments. Increased expenditures are needed
for administration and maintenance of the national parks as well as
for improvement of roads, trails, parkways, and other facilities for
public use and safety. The additional outlays for fish and wildlife
are needed for the preservation and development of these valuable
resources, including the salmon and fur-seal resources of Alaska.
The expenditure estimates for 1949 include increased allowances
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proved and probable resources may help to compensate for shortages
in the United States.
Appropriations and other authorizations.—Of the total 1.6 billion
dollars of appropriations recommended for 1949, 338 million dollars
will be required to liquidate prior-year contract authorizations, largely
by the Atomic Energy Commission. New contract authorizations
recommended for 1949 include 400 million dollars for the Atomic
Energy Commission, 13 million dollars for the Bonneville Power Administration, and 4 million dollars for the National Park Service.
Estimated expenditures for natural resources are 45 million dollars
above the recommended appropriations, because of the carry-over of
funds for some programs.
Additional contract authority of 200 million dollars is recommended
for the Atomic Energy Commission in 1948 to supplement the partyear appropriation allowed by the Congress.
TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION

The current high level of economic activity makes heavy demands
upon the Nation's transportation system. To meet these demands,
the Federal Government must not only perform its regulatory functions but must provide basic facilities and services on an expanded
scale for highway, air, and water transport. Most of the Government's activity in these fields since the war represents deferred
maintenance. Little has been done so far to effect the long-run
improvements that are needed.
The country's airways system is in urgent need of improvement.
The installation of landing aids and the modernization of other aids
to air navigation must be accelerated in order to assure increased
safety and regularity of air transportation, and thus provide a solid
foundation on which private capital investment can carry this industry
forward. I strongly urge the Congress to provide the funds recommended for this purpose.
Expanding aviation activities also have rendered inadequate many
existing airports and have pointed up the need for new ones. The
amount in the Budget for the Federal-aid airport construction program represents the minimum level consistent with continued aviation
development.
The Nation's highway system needs extensive improvement and
modernization. While expenditures under the present Federal-aid
program will continue at a high level through 1950, the fiscal year 1948
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development of an adequate highway system will require continued
Federal aid. In order to assure continuity in programing, I shall
submit at an early date specific proposals designed to meet this need.
New ship construction by the Maritime Commission has been
limited in this Budget because of the present scarcity of steel, the large
surplus of war-built tonnage, and uncertainties regarding the future
economic requirements for shipping. Expenditures, though somewhat
higher than in 1948, will be largely for construction previously authorized. In view of present uncertainties, it would be unwise for
the Maritime Commission to start construction of ships unless it had
already concluded contracts for their sale to private operators.
In the 1948 appropriation act, the Maritime Commission was placed
on an annual appropriation basis and its revolving fund was abolished.
As a result, the Commission has general authority to enter into
long-term subsidy contracts under the Merchant Marine Act of 1936,
but has neither specific authority to incur financial obligations extending into future years nor funds for payment of them. Although the
Commission could still enter into long-term contracts contingent upon
implementation through future appropriations, the Commission considers that this might have an adverse effect on ship construction.
While restoration of the revolving fund is not recommended, I urge
the Congress to provide for the financing of long-term contracts under
the 1936 act. The present Budget includes an amount for operating
subsidies to cover obligations under these contracts in 1949.
The subject of a sea-level canal connecting the Atlantic and Pacific
Oceans and its location is under study, and my recommendations
thereon will be submitted to the Congress at a later date.
The St. Lawrence waterway and power project is needed for both
transportation and industry. As an important step in 'advance
planning, the Congress should now authorize this project in order that
international treaty provisions and other arrangements can be worked
out.
Expenditures.—To a large extent the increase in Maritime Commission expenditures after 1947 reflects the elimination of its revolving fund, and is offset by increases in miscellaneous receipts of the
Treasury.
Continued emergency conditions, including the large-scale relief shipments to Europe, make it necessary for the Maritime Commission to
continue to operate, sell, and charter war-built vessels beyond February
29, 1948, when its present authority expires. The estimates for 1949
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in my recent message. The drop in expenditures below 1948 is due
largely to an anticipated reduction in operation under general agents.
Such operation is now limited to a few specialized services, and these
will be terminated as rapidly as possible. In the coastwise and intercoastal services, the Commission has entered into special chartering
arrangements looking toward the eventual return to completely
private operations.
The maintenance and improvement of rivers and harbors by the
Corps of Engineers will call for an increase in expenditures in 1949,
principally for projects already under way. Only a very few urgently
needed new projects are proposed to be started in 1949.
TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Expenditures
Program or agency

Promotion of the merchant marine:
Maritime Commission
Inland Waterways Corporation (Commerce)
Provision of navigation aids and facilities:
Panama Canal (Army)__
Corps of Engineers (Army, civil functions)
Coast Guard (Treasury):
Present programs
Proposed legislation.
Department of the Interior
Provision of highways:
Public Roads Administration (Federal Works
Agency)
_
Forest roads and trails (Agriculture)
Alaska roads (Interior)
Promotion of aviation:
Civil Aeronautics Administration (Commerce):
Present programs
-.
Alaska airports (proposed legislation)
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics:
Present programs
Proposed legislation..
Regulation of transportation
_..
Other services to transportation:
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Coast and Geodetic Survey (Commerce)
__
Alaska Railroad (Interior)
_
_
Postal service deficit (Post Office)
Regulation of communication (Federal Communications Commission)
Other services to communication
Proposed legislation not included above
Total.
* Less than one-half million dollars.

Actual,
1947

Estimate,
1948

Estimate,
1949

Appropriations,
1949

$222
3

$122
3

16

19
131

20
171

16
192

142

121

109
12
1

106
13

205
28
6

406
18
9

478
17
19

461
17
13

86

117

158
2

156
2

42

49
2
15

48
10
15

10
27
321

11
26
326

6
2
2

7
2
3

1,646

1,549

0)

0)

15

0)
9
12
242

687

10
15
323

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The reduction in Coast Guard expenditures is due principally to a
lower level of construction activity in 1949. Pending legislation, for
which expenditures are included in this Budget, would give the Coast
Guard specific authority to operate additional ocean weather stations.
This program is important to safe and regular overseas air operations
and is provided for in an international agreement to which the United
States is a party. I urge the Congress to take early action.
The postwar highway aid program, which has been retarded by high
costs and material shortages, is now more fully under way, as is
evident in the sharp increase in expenditures above the 1947 level.
To avoid bidding up costs, however, the expenditures contemplated
for 1949 are at a level somewhat lower than could be supported by
existing authorizations.
The Budget provides for additional highway construction in Alaska
and for the improvement of the Alaska Kailroad. These transportation facilities are essential in the development program for the
Territory.
An increase is required in expenditures of the Department of Commerce for civil aviation in keeping with the growing importance of this
industry to the Nation's economy and security. The establishment
and operation of air navigation facilities, and grants-in-aid for airport
construction, account for most of this increase.
A moderate increase is recommended in expenditures for the
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. The basic aeronautical research program of the Committee is of vital importance
to the development of advanced types of civilian as well as military
planes. The 1949 estimates also include first-year expenditures of
2 million dollars under a proposed program for construction of additional facilities required for research in supersonic aeronautics.
The many economic problems faced by all forms of transportation
and communication since the end of the war have imposed an
unusually heavy work load upon the regulatory agencies in this field.
Moderate increases in staff are provided in order to permit more
rapid handling of regulatory proceedings.
The postal deficit is running higher in the current year than was
previously anticipated. This results from a larger volume of mail,
much of which is carried at rates which do not cover operating costs.
Recent price advances for supplies and services have also added to
the postal deficit. In addition to the deficit specifically included in
the Budget, provision is made in the contingency reserve for 1948 and
1949 to cover pending increases in rail and air charges. I strongly
urge early action on the recommendation contained in last year's

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Budget Message that postage rates be revised so as to permit operation
of the postal service without a deficit.
Appropriations and other authorizations.—For carrying out the transportation and communication programs, I am recommending appropriations of 1,549 million dollars for fiscal year 1949, including 28
million dollars in supplemental appropriations which will be submitted
upon passage of proposed legislation. Appropriations are running
somewhat lower than expenditures principally because of the carryover of funds in the Maritime Commission shipbuilding program and
the liquidation of prior years' obligations by the Commission. In 1948,
a supplemental appropriation of 89 million dollars will be needed
for the postal service, in addition to the amount included in the contingency reserve for the increase in rail and air charges.
The Budget for the fiscal year 1949 includes recommended contract
authorizations of 15 million dollars for shipbuilding, about 7 million
dollars each for Alaska highways and the Alaska Railroad, 11 million
dollars for Alaska airports under proposed legislation, and 48 million
dollars for construction of facilities for the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (including 30 million dollars under proposed
legislation). The appropriation recommended for Public Roads Administration and part of the appropriation for the Department of
the Interior are for liquidation of prior years' contract authorizations.
FINANCE, COMMERCE, AND INDUSTRY

The need to control inflation has made it impossible to eliminate the
few wartime controls that still remain in force. Consequently I have
requested legislative authority for their extension and for the provision
of additional, more effective, and urgently needed anti-inflation
measures.
Legislation is now under consideration to extend rent controls, to
restore controls over consumer credit, and to provide on a limited
basis for mandatory allocations, price controls, rationing, and wage
controls. The Congress has already extended export and import
controls. Budget expenditures for administering all these controls
are reflected in the estimates for this function.
While the immediate emergency of inflation demands our primary
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FINANCE, COMMERCE, AND INDUSTRY
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Expenditures
Program or agency

Promotion and regulation of business:
Wartime and other temporary controls:
Office of Temporary Controls
Housing Expediter:
Present programs
Proposed legislation
Department of CommerceDepartment of Agriculture
Proposed anti-inflation legislation.._
Continuing programs:
Antimonopoly programs (Federal Trade Commission, Justice)Other regulatory programs (Federal Power
Commission, Tariff Commission, etc.)
Department of Commerce:
Present programs
Proposed census legislation
Business loans and guarantees (Reconstruction Finance Corporation):
National defense loans
_
Other loans to business
Retirement of Smaller War Plants Corporation
capital stock
Aids to private financial institutions (Reconstruction
Finance Corporation)
War damage insurance (War Damage Corporation):
Payment of profits to miscellaneous receipts..
Other
Control of private finance (Securities and Exchange
Commission)
Total.

Actual,
1947

Estimate,
1948

Estimate,
1949

Appropriations,
1949

$118

$30
5
85

19
13

18

42

-19
96

136

15

-66

-38
210
20
6
372

190

171

i Less than one-half million dollars.

Expenditures.—Expenditures for finance, commerce, and industry
will fall sharply in the fiscal year 1949, primarily because of the
210-million-dollar payment in 1948 of war damage insurance profits to
miscellaneous receipts. The proposed anti-inflation program accounts
for the major increases.
The Office of Temporary Controls was abolished June 1, 1947. All
remaining wartime controls administered by this Office have been
transferred to other departments or agencies. Estimates for these
programs for the 1948 and 1949 fiscal years are included principally in
the budgets of the Housing Expediter and the Department of
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With the housing shortage still acute, the extension of rent control
beyond the present expiration date of February 29, 1948, is essential.
The estimates assume that these controls, administered by the Housing Expediter, will be strengthened and will remain effective throughout the rest of the current fiscal year and for the fiscal year 1949.
In addition to expenditures of 33 million dollars for rent and export
controls, an estimated 80 million dollars will be required to administer
and enforce the rest of the anti-inflation program. Price and rationing controls, together with allocation and inventory controls, account
for almost all of this total, with minor amounts for wage control and
the regulation of speculative trading on the commodity exchanges.
I am requesting further increases for the Antitrust Division of the
Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission to
strengthen enforcement of the antitrust laws, and resist the growing
concentration of economic power in many important industries. The
increased funds requested for the Federal Trade Commission will also
permit inauguration of a new research program designed to develop
more effective techniques for identifying and combating monopolistic
practices.
I repeat my earlier recommendation for passage of legislation
authorizing the Department of Commerce to conduct a new census of
business and other surveys. Legislation embodying this recommendation has been approved by the Senate and now awaits consideration
in the House. Up-to-date information in this area is essential to
assure intelligent action by both business and Government.
New authorizations of Reconstruction Finance Corporation business loans and participations in private bank loans, while somewhat
higher than in the fiscal year 1947, are being held down to levels consistent with the anti-inflation program. It would be inappropriate for
the Government to restrain inflationary increases in private credit
while permitting a substantial expansion in its own credit aids. The
Board of Directors of the Corporation has instructed its loan agencies
to scrutinize all applications in order to avoid direct loans or guarantees of private loans which create inflationary pressures.
The Corporation is also continuing to press for the early retirement
of preferred stock and capital notes in banks and trust companies.
Repayment of defense loans made to business is progressing. Prompt
repayment of these loans and investments is not only sound business
practice, but is also anti-inflationary.
Accumulated profits of the War Damage Corporation totaling 21Q
million dollars have already been paid to the Treasury. All remaining
obligation, including those owed to participating insura&ce com-




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panies, will be liquidated and the Corporation dissolved before June
30, 1948.
The Budget provides for a small increase in personnel for the Securities and Exchange Commission to improve handling of its continuing
heavy work load.
Appropriations,—Appropriations of 171 million dollars for the fiscal
year 1949 are recommended for these programs. This total includes
133 million dollars in supplemental appropriations—5 million dollars
for export and import controls under legislation recently enacted,
115 million dollars for rent control and other proposed anti-inflation
activities, and 13 million dollars for new censuses of business and
mineral industries. Expenditures for loans and investments by the
Reconstruction Finance Corporation do not require appropriations.
During the current fiscal year, supplemental appropriations of 29
million dollars are recommended to continue some of the anti-inflation
controls and to initiate others.
LABOR

The training and placement of workers, the promotion of sound
labor relations, and the maintenance of safe and healthful working
conditions are of special importance in this period when uninterrupted
full production is so vital to the United States.
The reduced appropriations to the Department of Labor in the
fiscal year 1948 have impaired its capacity to perform some of its
statutory functions. I am recommending increases in the Department's total appropriation for the fiscal year 1949 sufficient to enable
it to carry out efficiently its statistical and labor information services
to the general public and to the labor mediation and regulatory
agencies, and also to carry out adequately its functions in connection
with the administration of the State employment offices.
As I have previously indicated to the Congress, there is a need for
legislation to establish a Federal program for the elimination of discriminatory employment practices based on race, religion, color, or
national ancestry. A year ago I recommended to the Congress that
funds be authorized for grants to States for a program fostering safe
working conditions. This Budget includes estimates for this proposed
legislation.
Expenditures.—Expenditures of the National Labor Relations
Board will rise cojisiderably from the fiscal year 1948 to 1949?

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of the expanded responsibilities placed upon this agency by the
Labor Management Relations Act of 1947.
LABOR
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Expenditures
Program or agency

Actual,
1947

Mediation and regulation:
Department of Labor:
Present programs
.Industrial safety program (proposed legislation).
National Labor Relations Board
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service- National Commission Against Discrimination in
Employment (proposed legislation) _
,.
Other
_
Training and placement:
Public employment offices
Other
Labor information, statistics, and general administration
. .
Total

-

Appropriations,
1949

Estimate,
1948

Estimate,
1949

$12

$6

5

6
2

$6
6
9
3

$6
6
9
3

3

4

1
5

1
5

87
2

69
2

77
2

77
2

11

9

8

8

120

97

116

117

Expenditures by the State public employment offices, which are
fully financed by Federal funds through the fiscal year 1949, will rise by
about 10 percent, or 7 million dollars. More than 2 million dollars of
the increase is required to finance on a full-year basis the operation of
the farm placement program. In addition, State salaries, rentals, and
other costs have increased materially.
The apparent decrease for 1949 in the estimated expenditures for
"labor information, statistics, and general administration77 results
from reclassification to specific programs of certain expenditures
which for 1948 are shown under general administration.
Appropriations.—The 117-million-dollar appropriation recommended for fiscal year 1949 includes 6.2 million dollars for proposed
legislation, of which 5.6 million dollars is for the safety program.
Because of the expanding activities of the National Labor Relations
Board and the difficulty of forecasting the size of its case load, I am
recommending that the Congress appropriate 9.4 million dollars at the
present time, with the entire amount made available for obligation if
needed prior to April 1, 1949.
When the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service came into
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which will be exhausted during February 1948. The appropriations
recommended in this Budget include a supplemental appropriation of
1 inillion dollars for the remainder of the 1948 fiscal year.
G ENERAL GOVERNMENT

" General government" comprises most of the expenditures of the
legislative and the judicial branches of the Federal Government, as
well as some expenditures of the executive branch. The costs of
financial management, the Government payment toward the civilian
employees' retirement system, and nonrecurring expenditures for
certain war liquidation programs make up the greater portion of the
total.
The major legislative recommendation in this category relates to
surplus property disposal. By the end of the present fiscal year the
disposition of war surpluses will have been nearly completed. The
inventories of surplus personal property will then have been so reduced
that costs connected with the disposal of this property under the
provisions of existing legislation will approach and may even exceed
proceeds from their sale. There will remain, however, certain surplus
real properties which will present problems in lease and property
management and require a continuing disposal program.
The time is now at hand to liquidate the temporary disposal
agencies, further consolidate and improve the central supply services of the Government, and establish a permanent, modern, and
economical system of property management. A program for the
accomplishment of these objectives will be submitted to the Congress
at an early date.
Expenditures.—In view of the administrative changes to be recommended, no estimates are included in the 1949 Budget for the continued operation of the present surplus property disposal agencies.
Instead, 94 million dollars is included under proposed legislation as an
estimate of the expenditures that will be required for surplus disposal
activities in the fiscal year 1949 under the new system of property
management and disposal. Of this amount, 81 million dollars is for
domestic and 13 million dollars for foreign disposal programs. In
addition, 56 million dollars will be spent to liquidate obligations incurred during the current year by the present disposal agencies.
The Bureau of Internal Revenue still has a large volume of work,
not only in handling current collections, but also in reviewing wartime
tax returns before statutory limitations intervene. Expenditures for
tax collection are presently estimated at the same level as in the current

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fiscal year. I am confident that this level of expenditures is not sufficient to assure complete and equitable application of the tax laws,
but the matter is now under investigation by congressional commitfees
as well as by staff of the executive branch. I hope that these studies
will result in recommendations for improving tax administration.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Expenditures
Program or agency

Legislative functions
Judicial functions
Executive direction and management
Federal financial management:
Bureau of Internal Revenue.
Other Treasury bureaus
General Accounting Office
Other
Government payment toward civilian employees' gen_
_
eral retirement system. _
Other general government:
Surplus property disposal, foreign and domestic:
Present disposal programs (mainly War Assets
Administration)
Proposed legislation..
___,
Deposits and transfers of receipts, foreign sales
(Army, clearing account)
.
Federal Works Agency (mainly Public Buildings
Administration)
Reconstruction Finance Corporation:
Payment of interest to miscellaneous receipts _.
Other..
Cemeteries and return of war dead (Army, civil
functions):
Present programs
Proposed legislation
Other:
Present programs.
Proposed legislation
Total-

Actual,
1947

Appropriations,
1949

Estimate,
1948

Estimate,
1949

$28
16
7

$34
19
7

$33
19
7

$33
19
7

200
171
39
5

189
136
37
4

187
130
33
4

188
132
33
1

220

244

259

259

440

357
105

67

65

91
-76

97
-17

12

80

118

133

164
1

174
1

1,318

1,473

1,157

1,065

2
-12

46
2

Estimated expenditures of the other Treasury bureaus engaged in
financial management are reduced slightly for the fiscal year 1949.
The organization and operating procedures of the Customs Bureau
are the subject of a special survey which will soon be completed. The
findings should be helpful to both the Bureau and the Congress.
The cancellation of notes of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, which I recommend elsewhere in this Message, will almost




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eliminate payments of interest by the Corporation to miscellaneous
receipts.
The estimate for the Government contribution to the Federal
employees' retirement system for the fiscal year 1949 is based on an
increase in the number of Federal civilian employees who have served
in the Government for 5 years and have thereby become potential
applicants for benefits.
Expenditures estimated for other general government activities in
the fiscal year 1949 include an increase of over 6 million dollars in
expenditures of the Civil Service Commission to verify the loyalty of
persons entering the Federal service. Also included is 10 million
dollars to augment the working capital in the general supply fund of
the Bureau of Federal Supply.
Appropriations.—Anticipated supplemental appropriations based on
proposed legislation amount to 108 million dollars of the appropriation
total for general government for the fiscal year 1949. The total of
estimated expenditures for the year is considerably above the appropriation total, principally because it includes expenditures to liquidate
obligations against appropriations of prior years for the disposal of
surplus property and for bringing home our war dead.
4

INTEREST ON THE PUBLIC DEBT

Interest on the public debt represents a fixed obligation of the
Federal Government, subject to change only as securities are retired
or refunded and interest rates changed. Assuming continued high
employment and present tax rates, debt retirement will be substantial
during the fiscal years 1948 and 1949. However, other factors will
cause some increase in interest payments.
INTEREST ON THE PUBLIC DEBT
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Expenditures
Agency

Actual,
1947

Treasury Department.

_

$4,958

Estimate,

Estimate,

$5,200

$5,250

1948

Appropriations,
1949

1949

$5,250

Expenditures.—The increase in interest costs in 1948 and 1949 is
the net result of divergent trends in payments on the various types of
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bonds, and special issues to Government trust funds is rising. Interest on marketable debt is declining.
Increasing numbers of savings bonds purchased during the war are
now reaching higher accrual brackets. At the same time net accumulations of Government trust funds will cause further increases in the
amount of special issues outstanding. The relatively high rates
on these issues are for the most part fixed by statute. Interest
payments on nonmarketable debt during 1948 also reflect nonrecurring
interest payments on the large volume of armed forces leave bonds
redeemed during the year.
The decline in interest payments on the marketable debt arises from
two factors. In addition to the substantial debt-reduction program,
maturing bonds with high coupon rates of interest are being paid off
where possible, or are being refunded into issues with lower rates. On
the other .hand, short-term interest rates have increased. About 40
percent of short-term Treasury bills, certificates, and notes are held
by the Federal Reserve banks. A considerable part of the interest
costs on these securities will come back to the Government, since in
effect about 90 percent of Federal Reserve bank earnings are currently
being paid into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts.
Appropriations.—Interest payments represent contractual commitments which are financed by permanent indefinite appropriations not
requiring annual congressional action.
REFUNDS OP RECEIPTS

The principal items under refunds of receipts are corporate profits
tax refunds and individual income tax refunds.
BEFTJNDS OF RECEIPTS
[Fiscal years. In millions]
Expenditures
Agency-

Treasury Department

Actual,
1947
$2,897

Estimate,
1948

Estimate,
1949

$2,049

$1,990

Appropriations,
1949

$1,990

Expenditures.—Estimated refunds for the fiscal years 1948 and 1949
are more than 800 million dollars below actual refunds in 1947. This
decline results principally from the estimated drop in corporate income
and profit tax refunds arising out of the adjustment of wartime tax
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the fiscal year 1947, are not expected to exceed one-third of this total
during each of the fiscal years 1948 and 1949. Estimated refunds to
individuals—mainly due to overpayment of individual income tax
under the current payment system—which totaled 1.7 billion dollars
in 1947, are estimated to be slightly less in 1948 and 1949. This
decrease is due to accelerated refund payments in the fiscal year 1947.
Appropriations.—The specific appropriations of 1,254 million dollars
for refunds in the fiscal year 1948 will be inadequate and a supplemental appropriation of 800 million dollars will be required.
GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS
The Government Corporation Control Act requires that no wholly
owned Government corporation not now possessing a Federal charter
shall continue after June 30, 1948, unless reincorporated by act of
Congress. Two of the State-chartered corporations, the ExportImport Bank and the Institute of Inter-American Affairs, have
already been reincorporated by the Congress. I recommend early
action by the Congress on pending legislation to reincorporate the
Commodity Credit Corporation and the Virgin Islands Company,
and on legislation which will be introduced to recharter the Panama
Railroad Company.
I recommend extension of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation
beyond the present expiration date of June 30, 1948. In revising the
Corporation's charter last year, the Congress restricted its lending
authority mainly to business and financial institutions, the area of
its major prewar activities. I also recommend that the Congress
authorize cancellation of an estimated 9.3 billion dollars in the notes
of the Corporation held by the Treasury Department. This cancellation, representing in amount the unrecovered costs to the Corporation
of its wartime and reconversion operations through June 30, 1947, will
permit a clearer appraisal of its active programs. Since the cancellation is merely a bookkeeping operation, it will have no net effect on
the Budget.
In accordance with the provisions of section 107 of the Government
Corporation Control Act, the Bureau of the Budget will soon complete
studies of all wholly owned Government corporations to determine in
which cases, if any, their fiscal affairs could be handled more appropriately as regular agencies. The Bureau is also studying agencies
engaged in business-type activities to determine whether they might
administer their programs more effectively and provide better service
to the public if they had some or all of the attributes of corporations.
These and future studies are designed not only to develop specific

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recommendations for submission to the Congress, but also to establish guides for determining when the corporate form of organization
should be used.
As a part of the program to secure a more uniform approach to the
Government's business activities, I recommend legislation to place the
Federal Housing Administration under the Government Corporation
Control Act. Under existing law, this agency possesses many of the
significant attributes of a corporation and, in nearly all major respects,
is treated as such by both the executive branch and the Congress.
PKOPOSED LEGISLATION—A SUMMARY
Expenditures and appropriations for proposed legislation—apart
from the extensions of authority for Government corporations—are
listed in the following table. Expenditures under extensions of existing legislation are included. The proposed extensions of old-age and
survivors insurance and unemployment compensation would be
financed through trust accounts.
PROPOSED LEGISLATION

{Summary of amounts included in Budget)
[Fiscal years. In millions]

Function and program

National defense:
Universal training program
Drill pay for military reserve components
Military and naval construction
_
International affairs and finance:
European recovery program
Other foreign aid (including China)
_
Foreign informational and cultural program
_
Loan for United Nations headquarters construction
United States participation in international organizationsPhilippine war veterans' benefits
-_
Philippine rehabilitation
_
War damage claims
__
Social welfare, health, and security:
National health program, administrative expenses
General public welfare program, public assistance benefitsStream pollution abatement. __
_
Housing and community facilities:
Long-range housing program.__
_
Advances for public works planning
1

Less than one-half million dollars.

Expenditure
estimate,
1949

$400
13
166
4,000
440
17
30
4
16

Anticipated supplemental
appropriations
1948

1949

$500
16
45

$165
6,800
300
6
65

450
20
4
16

0)

0)
17
15
100
1

15
100
1

40
10

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PROPOSED LEGISLATION—Continued

(Summary of amounts included in

Budget)—Continued

[Fiscal years. In millions]

Function and program

Education and general research:
Aid for elementary and secondary education
_
_
National Science Foundation
Radio propagation building, National Bureau of Standards _
Agriculture and agricultural resources:
Revision of price support program
Transportation and communication:
Increase in postage rates to eliminate postal deficit2
Alaska communications system
Construction of Federal Communications Commission
facilities
Addition to Post Office equipment shops
Coast Guard—additional ocean weather stations.
Census of transportation
Extension of Maritime Commission's authority to operate and charter vessels'
Alaskan airport construction
_
Research facilities—National Advisory Committee for
Aeronautics
Finance, commerce, and industry:
Census of business
__
Census of mineral industries
_
New anti-inflation program
Extension of rent control
Labor:
National Commission Against Discrimination in Employment
Industrial safety program
__.
General government:
Surplus property disposal
_
Army cemeterial expense
Weather Bureau—observers for additional ocean weather
stations
.

Expenditure
estimate,
1949

Anticipated supplemental
appropriations
1948

$290
5

$300
15

1

1

-50

1

0)

k

0)

0)

r

i
13
1

1
12
1

2

2

2

10
12

9

0)

0)
80
28

$24
4

85
30

1
6

1
6

94
2

105
2

1

1

5,735

Total

1949

7,381

1,811

i Less than one-half million dollars.
* Not included in Budget totals.
3 Included with estimates for Maritime Commission programs under present laws.

This Budget is the measure of our responsibilities at home and
abroad. Although these responsibilities are heavy, the economic
strength of this country and the resolution of our citizens are great
enough to permit us to discharge them.
HARRY S. TRUMAN.
JANUARY

6,1948;

BUDGET RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
Based on Existing and Proposed Legislation
ESTIMATED

100

100

BILLIONS OF DOLLARS
75

75

50

m

EXPENDITURES,

50

n

RECEIPTS

25

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1940

1941

1942

1943

0
1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

FISCAL YEARS

BUDGET RECEIPTS BY SOURCE
Based on Existing Legislation
BILLIONS OF DOLLARS-1949 a 1948 Estimated

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5

FISCAL YEARS

10

15

8ii|i

1949

lllllf

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1949
Direct Taxes on 1948
CORPORATIONS 1947
1940

EXCISE TAXES

1949
Miscellaneous

1948

RECEIPTS

1947
1940
1949

CUSTOMS a
1948
OTHER TAXES 1947
1940
O
BILLIONS OF DOLLARS
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10

15

20

25

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Based on Existing and Proposed Legislation
300

BILLIONS OF DOLLARS

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

FISCAL YEARS

BUDGET EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION
Based on Existing and Proposed Legislation
BILLIONS OF DOLLARS - 1949 a 1948 Estimated
FISCAL YEARS

NATIONAL
DEFENSE

INTERNATIONAL

VETERANS
PROGRAMS

1949
INTEREST and 1948
TAX REFUNDS 1947
1940

ALL OTHER

BILLIONS OF DOLLARS
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Section C.
Table

Budget Receipts, Expenditures, and Appropriations; and Public Debt:
1. Budget Resume.
2. Summary of Budget Expenditures (by Organization Unit).
3. Summary of Budget Appropriations and Other Authorizations (by Function).
4. Summary of Budget Appropriations and Other Authorizations (by Organization Unit).
5. Effect of Financial Operations on the Public Debt.
6. Budget Receipts (by Source).
7. Budget Appropriations and Expenditures (by Function and Organization
Unit).
8. Budget Appropriations and Expenditures (by Organization Unit and Appropriation Title).
9. Contract Authorizations and Appropriations to Liquidate Contract Authorizations.
10, Limitations on Administrative Expenses of Government Corporations and
Enterprises.
Trust Accounts:
11. Summary of Trust Account Receipts, Expenditures, and Appropriations.
12. Receipts of Trust Accounts.
13. Appropriations and Expenditures of Trust Accounts (by Fund and Appropriation Title).
Receipts From and Payments to the Public:
14. Receipts From and Payments to the Public.

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INTRODUCTION TO PART I
Part I of the Budget consists of three sections, the contents of which are indicated below. Unless otherwise
noted, all tables have a 3-year coverage—actual data for
the last completed fiscal year, 1947; revised estimates for
the fiscal year in progress, 1948; and estimates and Presidential recommendations for the budgeted year ahead,
1949. Fiscal years begin on July 1.
Section A (tables 1-10) consists of five over-all summary
tables and five supporting tables. The former summarize
Budget receipts by source, and both expenditures and
appropriations and other authorizations by function and
organization unit, respectively. Section B (tables 11-13)
consists of an over-all summary table of trust receipts,
expenditures, and appropriations, and of two supporting
tables. Section C (table 14) consists of a single table
which summarizes receipts from and payments to the
public, after excluding intragovernmental and noncash
transactions.

Corporation checking accounts.—Wholly owned Government corporations and enterprises finance a substantial
portion of their cash requirements from revenues arising
from the sale of products and services, collections on loans,
interest on loans and investments, and receipts from the
sale of collateral security acquired by foreclosure. Additional funds are obtained by borrowing or from capital
subscriptions. These receipts arejusually carried in
checking accounts with the Treasurer of the United States.
Some Government corporations and enterprises are
financed in whole or in part from general and special
account appropriations. The expenditures from these
general and special accounts are brought together in the
Budget with the expenditures from the checking accounts
for these Government corporations and enterprises. The
expenditures from checking accounts are shown net of
their receipts and exclude any borrowings or repayments
thereof.

Trust accounts.—In general, trust accounts relate to
moneys received by the Government for the special benePart I of the Budget discontinues the practice of segre- fit of individuals or classes of individuals and to moneys
gating general and special accounts from checking accounts transferred from general and special accounts. Such
of Government corporations and enterprises in the various moneys are held in trust for beneficiaries and invested
summary and supporting tables. Thus, summary tables in securities issued by the United States Government.
1 and 2 show only total Budget expenditures by function
Tables
13 on trust
exand organization unit, respectively, regardless of the type penditures 11 andspecial deposit accounts include net the
from
accounts; and, when
of account involved. Table 8 follows the chapter arrangethe United
agent,
ment of parts II and III of the Budget. Part II consists of Treasurer of for issue or States serves as fiscalholdingsnet
expenditures
redemption of public
"Government-type" budgets submitted in conformance securities of Government corporations and enterprises. of
with the Budget and Accounting Act of 1921 for all unincorporated agencies except the Federal Housing AdminisPostal accounts.—Postal accounts are credited with the
tration which is included in part III with the rest of the postal receipts and with any moneys appropriated from
Housing and Home Finance Agency; part III consists of general and special accounts to meet postal deficiencies.
the "business-type" budgets submitted for Government The revenues and the appropriations, obligations, and
corporations in conformance with the Government Cor- expenditures of the postal accounts are shown in part II.
poration Control Act of 1945. The budget programs of Only the postal surplus or deficit is included in part I.
unincorporated agencies are financed almost entirely
through general and special accounts and the Government
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
corporations are financed through both general and special
accounts and checking accounts, primarily the latter.
Receipts.—The receipts for fiscal year 1947, shown in
part I, are those deposited and covered into receipt
FUND STRUCTURE
accounts with the Treasurer of the United States. Tax
The tables in part I deal with transactions of (1) general receipts for fiscal years 1948 and 1949 are estimated by
and special accounts, (2) checking accounts of Govern- the Treasury Department, and are discussed by that
ment corporations and enterprises with the Treasurer of Department in part IV. Miscellaneous receipts are
the United States, and (3) trust accounts. The general estimated by the various collecting agencies, subject to
and special accounts and the checking accounts of Govern- review by the Bureau of the Budget.
Receipts of Government corporation checking accounts
ment corporations combined, excluding debt transactions,
are referred to as the Budget accounts of the Govern- maintained with the Treasurer of the United States are
ment. Statutory public debt retirements are shown in a treated as deductions from expenditures, and are not
memorandum section at the end of the Treasury Depart- reported separately; consequently, only net expenditures
ment chapter in table 8; they are made from either the from such accounts are shown in part I.
cumulative sinking fund, or, under special provisions of
Expenditures.—Estimates of expenditures for fiscal years
law, from specified receipts. The issue or redemption of
public holdings of securities of Government corporations 1948 and 1949, shown in part I, are prepared by the Bureau
and enterprises by the Treasurer of the United States of the Budget on the basis of information furnished by the
as fiscal agent are shown in trust account tables 11 and 13. agencies. Actual expenditures for fiscal year 1947 represent the amount of checks issued as reported in the TreasGeneral and special accounts.—General accounts are ury "Combined statement of receipts, expenditures, and
credited with receipts not designated by Congress for balances of the United States Government" except for a
specific purposes and cover most appropriations and few items taken from the "Daily statement of the United
expenditures. Special accounts are credited with receipts States Treasury." The total expenditures for fiscal year
earmarked by Congress for specified purposes, and are 1947 are adjusted in each table to the amount shown in
identified in tables 6 and 8.
the daily Treasury statement.
GOVERNMENT-TYPE AND BUSINESS-TYPE BUDGETS

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS

Appropriations.—Appropriations authorize employment
of personnel, purchase of supplies and equipment, awarding of contracts, and withdrawal of funds from the Treasury for these and other specified purposes. They are of
two general types—annual and permanent. An annual
appropriation is one which is made by current action of
Congress, usually once a year. A permanent appropriation is automatically renewed each year, pursuant to prior
legislative enactment, without new action by Congress.
Appropriations may be either definite or indefinite in
amount. A definite appropriation appropriates a specific
sum of money. An indefinite appropriation is one the
amount of which is not stated in the appropriation act as
a specific sum of money, but is determined at some future
date; e. g., an appropriation based on certain financial
requirements such as the interest on the public debt or
the receipts from a specified source. Most special or trust
account appropriations are in the permanent-indefinite
category. Indefinite appropriations for fiscal years 1948
and 1949 must be estimated, since the amounts involved
cannot be determined until after the close of the fiscal
year.
Appropriations may be available for obligation for a
definite or indefinite period of time. Most appropriations
are only available for obligation during a single fiscal
year, but some appropriations are available for obligation
for a longer period of years. Appropriations for construction are generally available for incurring obligations until
the project covered by the appropriation is completed or
terminated.
There is generally a difference—sometimes a considerable difference—between the amounts of appropriations
and of expenditures of general and special accounts for
any one fiscal year, due to the time lag between the enactment of an appropriation, the incurring of obligations
thereunder, and the subsequent expenditures to liquidate
the obligations.
Eeappropriations.—Keappropriations of unobligated
balances of appropriations continue the availability of
unused balances of appropriations which would otherwise
expire for obligation purposes. Information regarding
reappropriations is shown in tables 3 and 4.
Contract authorizations.—A contract authorization is a
statutory authorization by Congress—generally in an
appropriation act—empowering the designated agency to
enter into contracts and incur obligations for a stated
purpose prior to the enactment of an appropriation. A
contract authorization, however, does not authorize the
payment of the bills arising from the obligations incurred.
In order to pay these bills, an appropriation to liquidate
the contract authorizations must first be enacted by Congress. Such appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations are included under general and special account
appropriations.
Contract authorizations for the naval expansion program are based on tonnage and are indefinite in amount.
The financial significance of the indefinite contract authorizations included in this section must therefore be
estimated. As the program progresses and unit costs
change, the estimates are revised accordingly.




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The areas which lend themselves most readily to the
use of contract authorizations are long-range procurement
programs, activities requiring advance planning, and activities requiring a long period for completion. Contract
authorizations permit long-range planning and procurement, yet the annual appropriations thereunder result in
annual review by the President and Congress, which in
turn introduces some flexibility in the timing of work to
be done. Contract authorizations and appropriations to
liquidate contract authorizations are summarized in
tables 3 and 4 and itemized in table 9.
Authorizations treated as public debt transactions.—In
lieu of direct appropriations, Congress in some instances
authorizes expenditures in basic legislation by providing
that the expenditures shall be treated as public debt transactions. Borrowings from the Treasury by Governmentowned corporations and enterprises are treated as public
debt transactions. Other withdrawals have been authorized in this manner in a few instances in recent years.
Authorizations treated as public debt transactions are
shown in tables 1,3, and 4.
Cancellation of notes.—Cancellation of notes payable to
the United States Treasury by some of the Government
corporations has been authorized from time to time by the
Congress. Note cancellations have been authorized in the
past for restoration of capital impairment or as reimbursement for cash advances or transfers of assets to other
Government agencies. Such cancellations have the same
effect as if an appropriation were made for the same purpose, and paid from the general accounts into a checking
account of the corporation, thus creating an offsetting
expenditure and receipt, with no change in Budget totals.
Cancellation of notes are shown in memorandum form at
the end of table 4, and the charges and credits resulting
therefrom (in general accounts and checking accounts,
respectively) are shown in table 8.
FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION

To improve the presentation of budgetary programs of
the Federal Government, a revised functional classification of expenditures and appropriations was introduced in
the 1948 Budget, as explained on page 1353 of that document. This revised classification, with minor modifications, is continued in this Budget. By grouping together
items which are functionally related, regardless of the
agency which is responsible, this classification provides for
the Congress and the public a useful summary of what the
Government is doing, or expects to do, and in general
focuses upon the ultimate purpose which the Government
programs are designed to serve. A convenient listing of
all functions and subfunctions is presented by the stubs at
the left of appendix 6.
Functional categories are utilized in the discussion of
programs in the Budget message. Tables 1 and 3 present
functional summaries of Budget expenditures, and Budget
appropriations and other authorizations, respectively.
Table 7 provides supporting detail by adding for each
function and subfunction the amounts relevant to each
major organization unit. Functional code numbers are
shown for each appropriation title in table 8. Historical
perspective is provided by a 10-year comparison of expenditures by function in appendix 6.

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 1

BUDGET RESUME
Based on existing and proposed legislation
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]

PART A—BUDGET RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
Description

Actual, 1947

BUDGET RECEIPTS (see table 6 for detail):
Direct taxes on individuals
Direct taxes on corporations
_._
Excise taxes
__
Employment taxes:
Existing legislation
._
_.
Proposed legislation
_
Customs
Miscellaneous receipts
Deduct:
Appropriation to Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Existing legislation
Proposed legislation
Appropriation to health insurance trust fund: Proposed legislation

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

$23,322,000,000
10,158,000,000
7,476,000,000

2,038,546,516

2,409,500,000

494, 078,260
4,830,664,155

394,000,000
4,372,886,347

2,493,000,000
350,000,000
378,000,000
2,321,862,051

1,459,491,921

1,627,000,000

1,672,000,000
200,000,000
150,000,000

45,210,386,347

44,476,862,051

14,280,559,774
7,369,780,099
6, 540,379,201
1,379,304,039
402,836,130
75, 522,155
1,247,867,306
627,613, 436
587,121,650
237,535,817
119,677,731
1,317,704,938
4, 958,026, 896
2,897,260,878

10,746,163,435
6,631,707,018
5,533,185,268
1,959,727,703
113,390,213
77,185,864
613,710,668
1,178,722,432
1,563,261,696
371,632,613
97,266,306
1,473,115,050
5, 200,000,000
2,048,707,095
120,000,000

11,025,021,298
6,102,011,398
7,008,615,376
2,028,102,127
37,815,694
387,038,071
905,600,942
1,626,210,300
1,645,726,034
190,037,253
116,123,084
1,156,604,906
5,250,000,000
1,990,087,500
200,000,000

42,505,045,529

37,727,775,361

39,668,993,983

753, 787,660

7,482,610,986

4,807,868,068

$269,422,099,173
-753, 787,660
-10, 929, 746, 366
+547,817, 962

$258,286,383,109
-7,482, 610, 986
-772, 409, 861
+868, 637, 738

$250,900,000,000
-4,807, 868,068
-51,410, 729
+159,278,797

258,286, 383,109

BUDGET EXPENDITURES (see table 7 for detail):
National defense
Veterans' services and benefits
_
International affairs and finance. __
Social welfare, health, and security
_.
Housin g and community facilities
Education and general research
Agriculture and agricultural resources.
Natural resources not primarily agricultural
Transportation and communication
Finance, commerce, and industry
_.Labor
General government
Interest on the public debt
Refunds of receipts
Reserve for contingencies
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

$22,793,000,000
9,548,000,000
7,320,000,000

43, 258,833,189

Total Budget receipts..

$20,408,102,758
9,676,458,680
7,270,474,741

250,900,000,000

246,200,000,000

$36,931,513,958
534,397,528

$31,014,228,828
274,976,645

$32,930,442,226
1,672,346,854

36, 397,116,430

31,258,095,372

2,058,274,066
526,447,742

30,739,252,183
8,740,502,122
2,236,886,025
384,185,460
963,933,940
58,236,477

39,493, 338, 238

43,122,996, 207

34,058,954,672

+463,855,479

Total Budget expenditures.
Excess of Budget receipts over expenditures..

PART B—PUBLIC DEBT
Public debt at beginning of year.
Reduction through excess of Budget receipts over expenditures
Reduction through change in Treasury cash balance
Other changes in debt
Public debt at end of year

PART C-BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS
Appropriations1
.Deduct appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations..
Appropriations, excluding appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations..
Anticipated supplemental appropriations for 1948
New contract authorizations
Anticipated supplemental contract authorizations for 1948
_
Authorizations treated as public debt transactions—
Reappropriations
_
Total Budget appropriations and other authorizations..
i Includes permanent appropriations.




511,500,000

1,929,869,750
869,725,827
1,263,723

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 2

SUMMARY OF BUDGET EXPENDITURES
BY ORGANIZATION UNIT

Based on existing and proposed legislation
[For thefiscalyears 1947, 1948, and 1949]
Description
BUDGET EXPENDITURES (see table 8 for detail):
Legislative branch
_
The Judiciary.--.
__
_
Executive Office of the President:
Office for Emergency Management
Other
Funds appropriated to the President:'
Assistance to Greece and Turkey
_
European recovery program.—
Relief assistance to war-devastated countries
Other foreign aid
Payments, Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946
Other
_
Independent offices:
Atomic Energy Commission
_-_-__
Civil Service Commission
Export-Import Bank of Washington
General Accounting Office
._
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
Railroad Retirement Board
Tennessee Valley Authority
United States Maritime Commission
Universal training
Veterans' Administration
_
_
Other independent offices.
...
Federal Security Agency
_.
Federal Works Agency
Housing and Home Finance Agency
Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiariesDepartment of Agriculture
Department of Commerce
_
Department of the Interior
.-..
Department of Justice
Department of Labor
National Military Establishment:
Office of the Secretary of Defense
Department of the Air Force3
Department of the Army;
Military functions.
Civil functions
Department of the Navy
Post Office Department (general fund)
Department of State
Treasury Department:
Refunds of receipts.
_
Interest on the public debt
Other
._._District of Columbia (Federal contribution)
Reserve for contingencies
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total Budget expenditures..

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

$39, 584,898
17,537,^097

$47,053, 340
20,099,807

$49, 751, 580
20, 825,100

127, 654,806
5, 745, 509

2, 962,816
7,033,470

764,269
10, 733,228

< 2 100,000,000
*

46, 895, 513

200,403, 350
500, 000,000
118,051,000
435,000, 000
26,000,000
38,576,154

75, 000, 000
4,000, 000, 000
25, 000, 000
605,000,000
3,000,000
174,000,000

170, 211,260
236,575, 045
937,159,915
39, 767,549
35,190,095
316,456,043
17,508,306
614,257,766

455,724,419
265, 573, 644
735,507,500
36,910,680
42,500, 000
778,537,266
45, 771, 020
432, 037, 759

7,325,362,666
501,619,121
925,803,696
346,847, 541
280,904,993
592,857,008
1,529,489,503
164,073,370
273,485,115
118,172, 603
114,394,658

6,498,899,577
488,502,599
1,051,790,302
584,194,896
92, 012,467
« 442,620,378
1,499,527,339
200, 237,192
355,373, 671
123,381, 285
86, 066,422

660, 000, 000
287, 311, 607
499,963,391
33,753, 000
51, 000, 000
592,509, 081
34,654, 600
228, 694,726
400,000,000
5,810,895,278
291,121,760
1,593,537,879
621,963,085
« 20,994, 221
• 29,100, 000
1,086,118, 376
263,503,482
500.. 076, 699
117,097,031
99, 278,416

•

2

75,000,000

1, 215, 500
43, 851

6, 214,000
686, 577,000

8,021,896, 688
794, 296,142
5, 763, 661,189
245, 619,089
318, 748,808

6, 584, 575,825
1, 669, 687, 649
4, 230,003, 915
326,672,930
451. 735,266

5, 571,897,197
2, 292, 885, 289
4,166,407, 634
325.. 115,336
319, 970, 535

2,897,260,878
4,958,026,896
4,426,126,284
S,000,000

2,048, 707,095
5, 200,000,000
2,358,025, 733
12,000,000
120,000,000

1, 990, 087, 500
5,250,000,000
762,381,125
12,000,000
200,000,000

+463,855,479
42, 505,045, 529

37,727, 775,361

• Excess of credits, deduct.
1 Expenditures from allocations made prior to Nov. 1,1947, are shown under the various agencies to which funds are allocated.
2
Represents advance from Reconstruction Finance Corporation which was repaid in 1948.
3
Includes only expenditures from appropriations to be made direct to the Department of the Air Force in 1949, primarily for procurement and operation of aircraft and research
and development. A total of $605,000,000 is included in the 1949 expenditures for the Department of the Army for liquidation of prior year obligations for such purposes. Other
expenses for 1949, including military pay and maintenance, are still shown under the Department of the Army.




THE BUDGET FOR. FISCAL YEAR 1949

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TABLE 3

SUMMARY OF BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS
BY FUNCTION

Based on existing and proposed legislation
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
1948
Actual, 1947

Description

Actual

APPROPRIATIONS (see table 7 for detail):
National defense
Veterans' services and benefits
International affairs and finance.
Social welfare, health, and security
Housing and community facilities.
Education and general research
Agriculture and agricultural resources
Natural resources not primarily agricultural.
Transportation and communication
Finance, commerce, and industry
Labor
General government
Interest on the public debtRefunds of receipts-._
Reserve for contingencies

_

Total, appropriations, excluding appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations..
NEW CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS (see table 9 for detail):
National defense
Veterans' services and benefits
Social welfare, health, and security
Natural resources not primarily agricultural
_
Transportation and communication
Other
Total, new contract authorizations...
AUTHORIZATIONS TREATED AS PUBLIC DEBT TRANSACTIONS(seetable4for detail):
Export-Import Bank of Washington
_
_
Housing and Home Finance Agency
_
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Commodity Credit Corporation
_
Rural Electrification Administration
_
_.
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation
_
_

REAPPROPRIATIONS:
Agriculture and agricultural resources
Natural resources not primarily agricultural.
Transportation and communication. _.
Other
Total, reappropriations
Total, Budget appropriations and other authorizations..




$8,883,716,733
6,971,024,320
2, 587,238,603
1,684,000,640
206,946, 514
74,737,965
718,577,626
766,665,157
1,275, 598,497
58,840,164
96,082,883
1,236, 596,226
5,200,000,000
1,254,203, 500

36,931, 513,958

DEDUCT APPROPRIATIONS TO LIQUIDATE CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS
table 9 for detail):
National defense
-Veterans' services and benefits
Natural resources not primarily agricultural
__.
Transportation and communication
Other
-—
-

Total, authorizations treated as public debt transactions

Kecommended,
1949

$14,014,761,163
431,774,866
918, 214,865
286,983,918
140,474,457
71,446,169
696,967, 509
544,819,878
156,437,662
167,843,468
119,485,460
495,892,082
958,026, 896
928,385,565

Total, appropriations.

Total, appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations

Anticipated
supplemental

31,014, 228,828

250,000,000

2,900,701

8,150,000
263,538, 792
12, 708,736

210,944
261,900,000
9,965,000

565,270,000
230,000,000
337,845,000
478,231,854
61,000,000

534,397,528

274,976,645

1,672,346,854

36,397,116,430

30,739, 252,183

8,740, 502,122

31,258,095,372

177,070,460

510,900,000
600,000

1,043,475,250
338,250,000
75,000,000
256,430,100
520, 643,000
3,087, 675

201,475,000
4,000,000
1,640,000

1,218,000,000
43,000,000
118,630,000
417,050,000
89,464,000
43,725,750

511,500,000

2, 236,886,025

384,185,460

1,929,869,750

516,200,000

730,000,000
5,000,000
3,933,940

500,000,000
42,000,000
27,725,827

225,000,000

300,000,000

2,058,274,066

963,933,940

869,725,827

114,808, 520
377,221,872
18,085,400
16,331,950

16,169,149
38,967,724
3,099,604

500,000
763,723

526,447,742

58,236,477

1,263,723

39,493,338,238

33,998,308,625

760, 785,424
772, 288,642

800,000,000
125,000,000

$10,295,126.100
5,153, 549,240
2,103,600,331
2,076,638,198
292, 371,966
406,654,922
655,150,090
1, 580,816,194
1, 548, 533,325
171,052,950
116,773,850
1,065,080, 560
5, 250,000,000
1,990,094, 500
225,000,000

8,740,502,122

32,930,442,226

$193,057,000
7,342,802,000
117,740,200
1,583,942
7, 529,500
116,007,230
29,480,000
1,050,000
6, 252,250

9,000,000

9,124,687, 582

34,058,954,672

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 4

SUMMARY OF BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS
BY ORGANIZATION UNIT

Based on existing and proposed legislation
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
1948
Description

Actual, 1947
Actual

APPROPRIATIONS (see table 8 for detail):
_
___
Legislative branch
The Judiciary __
Executive Office of the President:
0 ffice for E mergency M anagement
Other
Funds appropriated to the President:
Assistance to Greece and Turkey
European recovery program
Relief assistance to war-devastated countries
Other foreign aid
Payments, Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946
Other
Independent offices:
Atomic Energy Commission..
Civil Service Commission
General Accounting Office
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics _
Railroad Retirement Board
Tennessee Valley Authority
United States Maritime Commission
Veterans' Administration
Universal training
Other independent offices
Federal Security Agency
Federal Works Agency
Housing and Home Finance Agency
Department of Agriculture
_
Department of Commerce.
Department of the Interior
_
Department of Justice.._
_.
Department of Labor
National Military Establishment:
Office of the Secretary of Defense
.
Department of the Air Force 3
Department of the Army:
_.
_
Military functions
Civil functions
_
Department of the Navy
Post Office Department (general fund)
Department of State.
Treasury Department:
Refunds of receipts...
_
Interest on the public debt
Other
.
_
District of Columbia (Federal contribution)
Reserve for contingencies
Total, appropriations..
DEDUCT APPROPRIATIONS TO LIQUIDATE CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS (See
table 9 for detail):
Atomic Energy Commission
_
_..
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.
Veterans' Administration
_
Federal Security Agency
Federal Works Agency
_
_.
Department of the Interior
National Military Establishment:
_,_
___
Department of the Air Force
Department of the Army, military functions
_..
Department of the Navy__
Department of State.
_
_
Treasury Department
Total, appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations..
Total, appropriations excluding appropriations to liquidate contract authorizations..

$62, 517,389
17,935,218
128,324,639
5,247, 893

Anticipated
supplemental

$56,430,573
20,152,165
490,000
5, 686, 358

Recommended,! 949

$60,488,115
20,952,900
$31,000

593,000
10, 842,312

400,000,000
1,800,000,000
332,000,000
540,000,000
2,431,708,000
25,751,395

300,000,000

450,000,000

36, 248,000

24,000,000

190,000,000

236, 797, 243
40,300,488
30, 719,904
317,384, 493
39,906,000
144, 746,852
8,352,918,167

175,000,000
262, 804,000
36, 517,000
43,454, 000
704,993,000
18, 700, 000
* 302,311, 213
> 969, 499,320
,

594, 258, 780
884,924, 885
422, 445,009
138,161, 612
778,907, 617
200,112,411
290,408,271
112,085,973
140,490,495

399,315, 745
921, 719, 088
336, 020, 490
201,091, 777
2
785,467,134
193,939,354
282,306,650
115,407,230
85,305,783

2,508, 550

20,082,931

5,085,000
119,083,942

5,000,000
1, 605,000
10,041,700
238,000

625,000,000
287,598,098
33,161,000
58,000,000
657,116, 000
35,154, 600
121, 511,121
5,168, 045, 240
500,000,000
202,903, 250
1,602,781,002
549, 454, 554
253, 047, 266
2
808,662,107
261, 846,000
481,210,647
117,177,000
99,270,300
6,395,000
1,169,426,000

7,305,457,259
1,071,882,099
4,150, 609,009
260,079,722
193,268,615

5,513,689,633
1,443,944,912
3,269,193,100
237,028, 550
311,993,603

160,100,000
151,422,000
32,957,000
88, 523,299
92,802,000

4,719,834,000
1,988,978,550
3,535,749,700
327,253,250
293,995,431

2,928,385,565
4,958,026,896
659,752,059
8,000,000

1,254,203,500
5,200,000,000
547,316,650
12,000,000

800,000,000

1,990,094,500
5,250,000,000
816,901,283
12,000,000
225,000,000

36,931, 513,958

31,014,228,828

8,740,502,122

2,021,700
125,000,000

270,438, 792
9,418,449

325,000, 000
2,143, 000
230, 000, 000
60,000,000
459, 588,854
30,345,000

262, 250,000
1, 710, 944

250, 000, 000
4, 540,287

250, 000, 000
24, 000, 000
216,270, 000

2,900,701
8,115,000

534,397,528

32,930, 442, 226

274,976,645

75,000,000

36,397,116,430

30,739,252,183

1,672,346,854
8,740,502,122

31,258,095,372

1 Includes estimate of $200,000,000 for liquidation of prior obligations incurred against appropriations subsequently rescinded.
2
Of which $40,023,930 was rescinded in 1948 and $91,000,000 is proposed for rescission in 1949.
3
Includes only appropriations and authorizations to be made direct to the Department of the Air Force in 1949, primarily for procurement and operation of aircraft and research
and development. Appropriations for other expenses for 1949, including military pay and maintenance, are still shown under the Department of the Army.




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T A B L E 4—Continued

SUMMARY OF BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS—Continued
BY ORGANIZATION UNIT-Continued
1948
Description

Actual, 1947
Actual

NEW CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS (see table 9 for detail):
Independent Offices:
American Battle Monuments Commission
Atomic Energy Commission
_
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
United States Maritime Commission
._
Veterans' Administration,
_
Federal Security Agency- _
Federal Works Agency
_
_
Department of Commerce.
Department of the Interior
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Air Force
_
Department of the Army..
Department of the Navy
Department of State.—
.-.-•
Treasury Department
Total, new contract authorizations..

Total, authorizations treated as public debt transactions..
RE APPROPRIATIONS:
_
The Judiciary
Funds appropriated to the President:
Atomic energy
*
...
_
_
__
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, liquidation expenses
Other
_.
Independent offices:
Civil Service Commission
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.
_
Tennessee Valley Authority
United States Maritime Commission: War Shipping Administration functions
Federal Works Agency:
Liquidation of Public Works Administration
War public works (community facilities) liquidation.
...
Housing and Home Finance Agency—
Department of Agriculture:
Conservation and use of agricultural resources
_
Exportation and domestic consumption of agricultural commodities.._
Department of Commerce:
Establishment of air-navigation facilities
i
Other
_
Department of the Interior:
Southwestern Power Administration: Construction
Other
_
_
National Military Establishment: Department of the Army, military functions: Construction of buildings, utilities, and appurtenances at military posts
_

Total, Budget appropriations and other authorizations..

Recommended, 1949

$2,000,000
400,000,000
48, 200,000
15,320,000
43,000,000
101,380,750
18,875,000
12,100,000
39, 594,000

$200,000,000

1,640,000

$510,000,000

338,250,000
77,087,675
502,000,000

1,500,000

23,930,100

5,475,000

430,000,000
24,000,000
514, 475,250

60,046,000
117,024,460

550,000,000
65,000,000
603,000,000
31,400,000

384,185,460

1,929,869, 750

75,000,000
511,500,000

AUTHORIZATIONS TREATED AS PUBLIC DEBT TRANSACTIONS:
Borrowings from U. S. Treasury: 4
Export-Import Bank of Washington.,
_.
Housing and Home Finance Agency: Public Housing Administration
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Commodity Credit Corporation
Rural Electrification Administration
_
_
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation
Virgin Islands Company
_
Additional borrowings required by proposed legislation: Housing and Home Finance Agency:
Office of Administrator...
...
Public Housing Administration
_

Total, rexpropriations.

$250,000,000
2,143,000

Anticipated
supplemental

2,236,886,025

516,200,000

730,000,000
5,000,000
»3,933,940

760, 785,424
• 772,288,642
(7)
9,000,000

1

500,000,000
22, 000, 000
* 27,725,827
7

225,000,000

300,000,000

10,000,000
10,000,000
2,058,274,066

869,725,827

963,933,940

28,246

1,900,000
10,500,000
36,087
7,571
3,616,521

2,064, 542

15,063,521
27,629,965
114,023
895,000

88,723
675,000

11,337,759

500,000

3,305,019
42, 500,000
72,308, 520
8,984,522
9,378,307

1,105,628

190,581
526,447, 742

58,236,477

39,493,338,238

33,998,308,625

1,263,723
9,124,687,582

34,058,954,672

* Unless otherwise specified, the amounts shown represent borrowings in excess of repayments thereof. If repayments exceed borrowings, no amount is shown. The present
borrowing authority is shown in Appendix 2.
5 The amount shown is the excess of borrowings over repayments and does not include cancellation of notes of $693,141,215 for 1948 and $9,333,736,531 for 1949.
8
The amount shown is the excess of borrowings over repayments and does not include cancellation of notes of $1,563,288,642.
* Borrowings during 1947 were from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. The amounts shown for 1948 and 1949 are the gross borrowings authorized by the appropriation acts.
8
Excludes borrowings of $250,000 which are included in appropriations (above).




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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

4—Continued

SUMMARY OF BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS—Continued
BY ORGANIZATION UNTT—Continued
MEMORANDUM
1948
Description

Actual, 1947
Actual

CANCELLATION OF NOTES PAYABLE TO THE U. S. TREASURY:
Commodity Credit Corporation: Eestoration of capital impairment
_
Home Owners' Loan Corporation: Eeimbursement for transfer of office building
Reconstruction Finance Corporation:
.
Restoration of capital impairmentReimbursement for strategic materials transferred to military stockpile.-Reimbursement for advances to Rural Electrification Administration
Reimbursement for advances to Secretary of Agriculture for farm tenancy loans.
Reimbursement for capital stock of Federal home loan banks
Reimbursement for transfer of office buildings
Reimbursement for expenses of Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation.
Total, cancellations of notes payable to U. S. Treasury

$2, 381,471
_

_




10,000,000
510,848,904
40,367,816
122, 672,200
9,252, 295

_

___

_._

Recommended, 1949

$1,563,288,642

STATUTORY PUBLIC DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS:
Redemption of bonds and notes from War Damage Corporation earnings
Permanent appropriations (indefinite):
Cumulative sinking fund
• 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 tax receipts..
Total, statutory public debt retirement appropriations

Anticipated
supplementals

$9,313,736,531
20,000,000

214,576
1,563,503,218

695,522,686

9,333,736,531

209,827,810
587, 604,450

603,455, 000

619,583,000

288,018

5,000,000
5,000
222,000

5,000,000
5,000
175,000

587,892,468

818,509,810

624,763,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 5

EFFECT OF FINANCIAL OPERATIONS ON THE PUBLIC DEBT
Based on existing and proposed legislation
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
Actual, 1947

Description
PUBLIC DEBT AT BEGINNING OF YEAR

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

$269,422,099,173

$258,286,383,109

$250,900,000,000

43,258,833,189
42,505,045,529

45,210,386,347
37,727,775,361

44,476,862,051
39,668,993,983

753,787,660

7,482,610,986

4,807,868,068

6,244,027,279
3,984,892, 572

6,492, 777,125
3, 718,842,867

6,168, 695, 404
3,304,810,790

2, 259,134, 707
3,361,659, 650

2, 773,934,258
3,242, 571,996

2,863,884, 614
3,023,163,411

1,102, 524,943

468,637,738

159,278,797

-554,706,981

+400,000,000

14,237, 883, 295
3,308,136,929

3,308,136,929
2, 535,727,068

2,535,727,068
2,484,316, 339

Change in Treasury cash balance during year

-10, 929, 746,366

-772,409,861

-51,410, 729

Total change in public debt during year1

-11,135, 716,064

-7,386,383,109

-4,700,000,000

258, 286,383,109

250,900,000,000

246,200,000,000

CHANGE IN PUBLIC DEBT DURING THE YEAR:
Budget receipts
Budget expenditures

_

Eeduction through excess of Budget receipts over expenditures. _
Trust account receipts
Trust account expenditures.

.-.

Net accumulations in trust accounts
Trust account investments in United States securities

_
___•

Increase through excess of trust account expenditures and investments over receipts
Clearing account for outstanding checks and telegraphic reports from Federal Reserve
banks
Treasury cash balance at beginning of year
Treasury cash balance at end of year

PUBLIC DEBT AT END OF YEAR

__

_
.

i Includes expenditures from appropriations for statutory public debt retirement in the amounts of $983,441,838 for 1948 and $624,763,000 for 1949. See page A95 for detail.




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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

6

BUDGET RECEIPTS
BY SOURCE

Based on existing and proposed legislation
[For thefiscalyears 1947,1948, and 1949]
Source

Actual, 1947

Direct taxes on individuals:
Income tax:
Income tax withheld (daily Treasury statement basis)

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

$10,013,085,788

$11,327,000,000

$11,757,000,000

8,950,271,789
550,997,482

9,997,000,000
627,000,000

10,071,000,000
678,000,000

Total, income tax not withheld
Adjustment to the daily Treasury statement basis

9,501,269,271
+114,456,626

10,624,000,000

10,749,000,000

Total, income tax not withheld
Estate tax
Gift tax
_

9,615,725,897
708,793,811
70,497,262

10,624,000,000
777,000,000
65,000,000

10,749,000,000
750,000,000
66,000,000

20,408,102,758

22,793,000,000

23,322,000,000

5,441,775,696
613,320,233

8,367,000,000
855,000,000

8,902,000,000
1,098,000,000

3,076,418,789
489,759,169

75,000,000
242,000,000

156,000,000

36,680,362
18, 504,431

2,000,000
7,000,000

2,000,000

9,676,458,680

9, 548,000,000

10,158,000,000

Income tax not withheld:
Current tax
Back tax

_

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
_
Total, direct taxes on corporations.
Excise taxes:
Unjust enrichment tax
Liquor taxes:
Distilled spirits (domestic and imported)2
Fermented malt liquors.._
..
Rectification tax *
2
Wines (domestic and imported) ..
Special taxes in connection with liquor occupations
Container stamps
Allother
Total, liquor taxes
Tobacco 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
iIncluded under "Miscellaneous taxes, all other."
2 Collections for credit to trust funds are not included.




298,088

0)

0)

1,685,361,920
661,417,516
43,484, 600
57,196,410
13,105,145
13,281,896
754,738

1,413,000,000
754,000,000
33,000,000
50,000,000
14,000,000
11,000,000
1,000,000

1, 521,000,000
757,000,000
31,000,000
58,000,000
14,000,000
12,000,000
1,000,000

2,474,602,225

2, 276,000,000

2,394,000,000

1,145,261,627
36, 547,646
48,288,520
7,054,625
538, 665
72,636

1,210,000,000
37,000,000
47,000,000
7,000,000
900,000
100,000

1, 230,000,000
37,000,000
47,000,000
7,000,000
900,000
100,000

1,237,763,719

1,302,000,000

1,322,000,000

49,105,883
21,963,073
7,781,950
1,127,062

42,000,000
20,000,000
6,700,000
300,000

32,000,000
19,000,000
7,900,000
100,000

79,977,968

69,000,000

59,000,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 6—Continued

BUDGET RECEIPTS—Continued
BY SOURCE—Continued
Actual, 1947

Source
Excise taxes—Continued
Manufacturers' excise taxes:
Gasoline
Lubricating oils
Passenger automobiles and motorcycles
Automobile trucks, busses, and trailers.
Parts and accessories for automobiles..
Tires and inner tubes
Electrical energy
_
Electric, gas, and oil appliances
Electric light bulbs.
Radio receiving sets, phonographs, phonograph records, and musical instrumentsRefrigerators, refrigerating apparatus, and air-conditioners
Business and store machines
Photographic apparatus
Matches
Sporting goods
--Firearms, shells, pistols, and revolvers

$433,675,868
82,014,668
204,679, 518
62,098,896
99,932,341
174,927,334
63,014,069
65, 608, 224
23,179, 762
82,499,174
37,352,387
25,183,429
36,162, 831
8,413,182
17,054,042
9,415,303

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

453,000, 000

436,000,000

252, 746,306
164, 944,262
16, 988,166
244,002, 948
275, 701,415
392,873,383
63, 349,839
23, 298,761
8, 560,125
17, 208,421
5,903, 739
59.151, 922
20, 432. 234
4,457, 9933,161,591

255,000,000
195,000,000
18,000,000
254,000,000
280,000,000
380,000,000
54,000,000
26,000,000
9,000,000
24,000. 000
7,000 000
71,000,000
20,500,000
4, 500,000
1,000,000

255,000, 000
210,000,000
,19,000,000
251, 000,000
282,000,000
380,000,000
52,000,000
27,000,000
9,000,000
27, 000, 000
7,000,000
72,000,000
20,500,000
4, 500,000
1,000,000

1, 599,000,000

1,617,000,000

7,320,000,000

7,476,000,000

1,459,491,921
184,823,468

1, 627,000,000
211,000,000

1,672,000,000
224,000,000

1,644,315,389

1,838,000,000

1,896,000,000

380,057,125
14,174,002

Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis.

210,000,000
66,000,000
86,000,000
74,000,000

7,270,474,741

Total, miscellaneous taxes..

214,000,000
73,000,000
89,000,000
77,000,000

1, 552,781,105

Miscellaneous taxes:
Telephone, telegraph, radio, and cable facilities, leased wires, etc
Local telephone service
_
Transportation of oil by pipeline
„._
Transportation of persons
Transportation of property.
Admissions, exclusive of cabarets, roof gardens, etc
Cabarets, roof gardens, etc
_
Club dues and initiation fees
_
Leases of safe-deposit boxes
Coconut and other vegetable oils processed2
Oleomargarine, etc., including special taxes and adulterated butter.
Sugar tax.
Coin-operated amusement and gaming devices
Bowling alleys and billard and pool tables
All other, including repealed taxes

1,648,000,000

514,226,647

Total, retailers' excise taxes.

1,621,000,000

236,615,429
97,480,960
95, 542,309
84, 587,949

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

$497,000,000
82,000,000
328,000,000
74,000,000
95,000,000
135,000,000
69,000,000
81,000,000
26,000,000
72,000,000
72,000,000
38,000,000
40,000,000
9,000,000
19,000,000
11,000,000

1,425,211,028

Total, manufacturers' excise taxes.

$470,000,000
81,000,000
290,000,000
75,000,000
115,000,000
152,000,000
67,000,000
81,000,000
25, 000,000
83,000,000
66,000,000
37,000,000
40,000,000
9,000,000
19,000,000
11,000,000

557,000,000
14,500,000

582,000,000
15,000,000

2,038,546,516

2,409,500,000

2,493,000,000

»14,386,039

Total, excise taxes
Employment taxes:
Taxes on employment by other than carriers:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act
Federal Unemployment Tax Act
Total.

:

Railroad Retirement Tax Act
Railroad Unemployment Insurance ActTotal, employment taxes under existing legislation.
Proposed legislation:
Federal Insurance Contributions ActHealth insurance pay-roll tax
Total, proposed legislation

_

Customs..
o Excess of credit, deduct.
Collections for credit to trust funds are not included.




: •

:

200,000,000
150,000,000

Total, employment taxes, under existing and proposed legislation.

2

•

2,038, 546,516

2,409,500,000

494,078,260

394,000,000

350,000,000
2,843,000,000
378,000,000

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 6—Continued

BUDGET RECEIPTS—Continued
BY SOURCE—Continued
Actual, 1947

Source
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 of July 22,1942 (50 Stat. 700)
Revenues, Colorado River Dam fund, All-American Canal, act of Dec. 21, 1928
(45 Stat. 1057)...Revenues, Colorado River Dam fund, Boulder Canyon project, act of Dec. 21,1928
_
(45 Stat. 1057)
Total, assessments

_

Fees:
General accounts:
__
Admission fees
Admission of attorneys to practice before executive departments and establishments-..
,
Agricultural Commodities Act
Canal Zone
_
China Trade Act..
_
Clerks, United States courts
_
Clerks, Emergency Court of Appeals
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), 507 (b), and 706.
Inspection of tobacco
Immigration and naturalization fees and permits
Marshals, United States courts
Migratory-bird hunting stamps
_
Naval stores grading
Navigation.
_
_
Patent (earned).
_.
_
Recording fees. __
_
._.
Registration fees, correspondence courses..
.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
*..
Water and power rights
1
Other
Special accounts:
Fees and commissions, land offices, act of June 17,1902 (32 Stat. 388)
D eposits, fees, and other charges, financing war contracts
« Excess of credits, deduct.
a Result of transfer to "Reimbursement, excessive profits on renegotiated contracts."
«Estimates of $863,700 are shown under "Fees, special accounts."




Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

$1,464,481
2,778,072
138,532

$1, 525,000
2,778,000
140,000

$1,725,000
2,778,000
140,000

288,018
9,031,273

222,120
9,050,000

169,300
9,050,000

13,700,376

13,715,120

13,862,300

5,439
108,963

5,500
109,000

7,000
109,000

2,604,601

2,600,000

121.091

125,000

5,661,461

7,000,500

8,501,555

9,840,000

12,725

12,000

10,000

6,130
415,513

8,500
400,000
5,100
1,200
1,000,000
2,000
1,420,425
6,250,000
100,395
510,000
9,000
3,900
5,000
33,000

8,500
400,000
5,100
1,000
1,000,000
2,000
1,293,525
7,252,000
99,870
586,000
10,000
4,000
5,000
33,000

24,889
15,447
113
18,732

180,000
29,000
1,250
563,700
5,000
975,000
185,000
2,000,000
5,000
270,000
8,000,000
40,000
235,000
1,100,000
20,000
150,000
200,000
52,000
50,000
32,245
15,000
100
22,990

185,000
29,000
1,250
4
300
5,000
1,005,000
185,000
2,000,000
6,000
270,000
7,000,000
45,000
260.000
1,100,000
20,000
150,000
240,000
52,000
50,000
41,545
15,000
200
17,890

76,265
234,667

75,000
67,000

75,000
37,000

2,325
829,007
2,902
1,966,501
4,419,278
121,388
405,503
8,723
3,899
4,517
32,356
3 « 953,615
177,609
29,205
1,646
531,725
3,887
968, 508
103, 847
2,062,332
4,752
269,335
4,689,441
37,918
1,302,572
13,100
158,691
327,966
51,556
41,226

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 6—Continued

BUDGET RECEIPTS—Continued
BY SOURCE—Continued
Source

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948

Miscellaneous receipts—Continued
Fees—Continued
Special accounts—Continued
Deposits:
Salaries of referees in bankruptcy...
Expenses of referees in bankruptcySea-food inspection fees
Coal-tar colors certification fees
Insulin certification fees
Penicillin and streptomycin fees
Total, fees..
Fines and penalties:
General accounts:
„
Antinarcoticlaws..
Antitrust laws
_
Canal Zone
Coast Guard
Customs Service
_
Emergency price control and Second War Powers Act
Enforcement of National Prohibition Act
_.
Immigration and Naturalization Service, _
Internal revenue
_
Interstate Commerce Act
Liquidated damages
Navigation
Penalties, delinquency payments, water conservation and utilization projectsPenalties, 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 penalties .
Forfeitures:
General accounts:
Bonds of aliens, contractors, etc.
Bonds under Narcotic Act
_
Bonds under National Prohibition Act
Bonds, all other
Bribes to United States oflBcers
_.
Escheated estates, Adjusted Compensation Act, 1936.._
Excess proceeds of withheld Veterans' Administration foreign checks
Customs Service
_
Effects of deserters and enlisted men
I
Forfeitures of deposits, Surplus Property Act
_
Funds and proceeds from other public property captured from the enemy
From espionage activities
_
Livestock trespassing on national forests and parks
_
Sale of land and buildings
Savings, deposits of deserters, Navy
Secret Service Division.
___
Unclaimed balances in Treasurer U. S. Suspense account
Unclaimed funds and abandoned personal property
_
Unclaimed and abandoned merchandise
_
Unclaimed moneys and wages remaining in registry of courts
_
Unclaimed odd pennies in employees' pay-roll-allotment accounts for War Savings
bonds
_
_
_
Unexplained balances in cash accounts
___
_
___
Under Narcotic Act
Under National Prohibition Act
Other
Total, forfeitures.

$775,000
700,000

$838,500
853,500
113,700
105,000
27,000
618,000

$18,664,365

25, 508,805

26,055,880

7,667
620,155
64,979
123
407,068
2,394,879
36,704
54,358
42? 639
167, 759
253,364
44,492
117
306, 009
18,999
839,316
249,384
200
31,300
11,284, 230
39,063
708,207
52, 708
173,068
300,873
2,003,444

7,900
750,000
61,000
2,000
407,000
2,000,500
35,000
125,500
52,450
300,000
233, 500
69,000

7,900
750,000
61,000
5,000
407,000
1,500,000
35,000
85, 500
52,450
325,000
231, 500
124,000

302, 500
30,000
4,000,000
300,000
400
27,000
790,000
41,000
556, 000
42,000
168,500
121, 500
1,684,300

302, 500
30,000
3,000,000
300,000
400
27,000
120,000
46,000
541,000
42,000
159,000
81,000
1, 675, 950

20,101,105

12,107,050

9,909,200

91,359
1,838
11,037
91,820
2,257
12,473
78,569
471,499
180
21,856
73,509
250
3,097
60
3,456,675
2,345
47
33,514
42,480
144,316

90,650
1,500
11,000
68,000
9,700
15,000
50,000
470, 500
200
7,100
45,000
300
3,300

88,650
1,500
11,000
68,000
2,700
20,000
35,000
470, 500
200
3,100
30,000
300
3,300

2,300

2,300

26,230
42,000
12,000

24,130
42,000
12,000

11,295
127,. 447
1,500
409
324,509

6,937
121,250
1,500
500
225,500

5,435
51,250
1,500
500
220,500

5,004,341

1,210,467

1,093,865

»Actual receipts for 1947 and estimates for 1948 are shown under Fees, general accounts, and in table 12, under Federal Security Agency.




Estimate, 1949

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 6—Continued
BUDGET RECEIPTS—Continued
BY SOURCE—Continued
Source
Miscellaneous receipts—Continued
Gifts and contributions:
General accounts:
Deposits of funds belonging to military organizations of the Army disbanded at
close of World War I
Donations to the United States.
_
Donations to the United States for war activities.
*
.
__.
Moneys received from persons known.__
Moneys received from persons unknown
_
..
Eesidue of funds of quasi-governmental organizations
Return of grants, Farmers' Home Administration
_.
Return of grants, Farmers' Home Administration (emergency relief)
Special account:
_
Moneys received from persons unknown (United States securities)-.
Total, gifts and contributions Interest, exchange and dividends:
General accounts:
..
Dividends on shares of Federal savings and loan associations
Dividends on capital stock of Panama Railroad Company, owned by the United
„
States
Dividends, Commodity Credit Corporation
_.
Dividends, Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation
Earnings, War Damage Corporation
Earnings from payments to Federal Reserve banks for industrial loans..
Earnings, Prison industries fund
Federal control of transportation systems (repayments to appropriations)
_
Gain by exchange.
Interest on obligations of Virgin Islands Corporation
__.
- Interest earned on Commodity Credit Corporation securities
Interest collections of Farmers' Home Administration..
Interest collections, sec. 16 of Federal Reserve Act, as amended
,.
Interest earned on Home Owners' Loan Corporation bonds
Interest earned on Tennessee Valley Authority securities
Interest earned on Export-Import Bank 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 advance payments to contractors
—
Interest on deferred collections or payments
Interest on emergency crop loans incident to removal of enemy aliens.
Interest on Grand River Dam Authority, 2 ^ percent revenue bonds
__.
Interest on loans for Indian rehabilitation
Interest on funded obligations of foreign governments held by the United States
.-^
under refunding agreement
Interest on Government-owned securities
__
._.
Interest on loans, Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration
_
Interest on loans, Rural Electrification Administration
.
Interest on loans to States, municipalities, etc., Public Works Administration
Interest on loans to States, municipalities, etc., Public Works Administration and
_
Defense Public Works
Interest on public deposits.._
....
Interest and premiums on obligations of Reconstruction Finance Corporation
_.
Interest and profits on Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation bonds. __
Surplus from liquidation, Defense Homes Corporation
Surplus from liquidation, Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation
Surplus from liquidation, United States Spruce Production Corporation
Loans to railroads after termination of Federal control (repayments to appropriations)
Military and naval insurance, .Veterans' Administration, premiums on term
insurance (repayments to appropriations)
_
._..
Other
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, e t c .
Seigniorage
Total, mint receipts..
77.0000—48




VI

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948

$33
12,059,802
6,767
33,806
37,715
454,830
6,870
5,077

Estimate, 1949

125,202
7,000
23,166
421,310
15,000
5,000

$30
90,202
7,000
19,182
29,310
15,000
3,000

12,604,917

596,708

163,724

27,827

16,000

7,000

1,250,000

700,000
17,895,544

700,000

17

68,000,000

209,827,810
150,000
1,000,000
5,000
118,005
4,200
1,000,000

150,000
1,000,000
5,000
• 108,000
4,700
1,500,000

90,000,000
4,435,000
565,000
18,000,000
6,094,375
5,000
3,200,000
1,035,000
3,016,660
4,000

110,000,000
3,050,000
540,000
20,992,500
6,470,625
5,000
3,400,000
1,010,000
1,950,130
2,000

500

500

313,900
1,681,629
46,039
23,016
1,783,167

310,400
55,000
40,000
20,000

306,700
35,000
38,000
20,000

168,119
6,048
91,173,764
10,109

220,000
6,110
96,732,000
52,000
2,487,677

200,000
5,310
2,000,000

2,666,603
1,515

150,000

10,000

8,289

4,461,000

75,000

145,951
178
5,043

65
5,000

51
5,000

145,434,380

461,611,340

221,590,516

1,849,831
59,989,592

2,559,100
35,000,000

2, 559,100
35,000,000

61,839,423

37,559,100

37,559,100

67,554
4,913,293
3,968
206,519
1,957,804
7,304
15,268,883
6,256,373
567,895
• 23,980
3,573,785
10,604
5,162,284
1,964,752
5,956,968
7,219
175,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 6—Continued

BUDGET RECEIPTS—Continued
BY SOURCE—Continued
Source

Actual, 1947

Miscellaneous receipts—Continued
Permits, privileges, and licenses:
General accounts:
__
_
Alaska fund
Business concessions
_'
_.
_._
Licenses under Federal Power Act
Permits for camps and recreational sites
.-.
Permits for cutting icePermits to enter national parks
._
Permits, fishing and hunting
Power permits
Revenues, Washington National Airport.
Revenues, Y u m a Valley Railroad
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, M a m m o t h Cave National Park__
Total, permits, privileges, and licenses..
Reimbursements:
General accounts:
Auditing accounts of American Red Cross
Bankruptcy Act as amended, Interstate Commerce Commission
.__.
_
_
Cable and radio messages
Collections under Cotton Standards A c t , .
Collections under Grain Standards Act
_
_
Compensation received b y Federal employees from private sources.. _
Construction charges (Indian Service)
____•
Cost of administration, Federal Power Act.
Cost of handling penalty mail
...;
Costs from estates of deceased Indians
Court costs
•
_
By t h e District of Columbia for services rendered b y T h e Judiciary a n d t h e
Department of Justice
Deductions from pensions of inmates of Naval home and hospitals
Maintenance of District of Columbia inmates in Federal penal a n d correctional
_.
institutions
Expenses, miscellaneous.
.._
Expenses for bringing home interned American citizens
_
_
_.
Expenses of international service of ice observation and patrol
._
_.
Excess cost over contract price.
Excessive profits on renegotiated contracts.
_
Excess witness fees
_
__.
_.
Government property lost or damaged.._
„.__
Government property lost or damaged, National G u a r d . .
_
_._
Hospitalization charges and expenses.
Inspection of perishable food and farm products.
_
Jury service
Lapsed appropriations
Loss of continuous discharge books, etc., Marine Inspection and Navigation
Federal old-age and survivors' insurance trust fund, reimbursement to general fundMaintenance and irrigation charges, irrigation system, Indian Service
_
Moneys recovered in narcotic and prohibition a r e a s _
Of appropriations made for Indian tribes
Printing of records
_
Receipts, storage, reservoirs
Refund on royalties
Refund of terminal leave compensation
Refund on enlistment allowances and clothing bounties.
Refund, State and local taxes
Refund of transportation charges
,
._.
Refund on empty containers
Refund of utility charges..
Reimbursement b y t h e District of Columbia to t h e United States for services
__.
rendered b y Freedmen's Hospital
Reimbursement for auditing corporation accounts
Reimbursements for expenses, American Mexican Claims Commission,._
Reimbursements, advances to Oregon and California land-grant fund
a
8

Excess of credits, deduct.
Result of transfer to trust account "Deposits, operation and maintenance, Indian irrigation systems.'




Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

$186,114
557,633
160,804
4,371
1,250
2,270,747
37,265
12,915
906,026
272
103,474
37

$175,000
543,965
161,293
3,500
1,000
2,675,000
40,000
15,950
1,065,800

$175,000
535,930
161,653
3,500
1,000
2,900,000
40,000
14,350
1,355,640

81,100
50

71,100
50

208,616
454,942
32
125,729

211,738
333,082
50

214,265
223,100
50

5,030,227

5,307,528

5,695,635

39,889
4,517
30,325
402,146
62,681
76
47,153
482,732
15,496,137
44,426
373,968

40,000
300
24,000
400,000
62,000

30,000
300
23,500
400,000
62,000

45,000
518,338
20,465,211
45,000
393,290

45,000
565,151
21,841,550
45,000
392,200

1.000,959
2,859, 584

1,051,000
1,500,000

1,160,000
1,000, O X
C)

230,860
2,033,868
25,602
238,632
400,691
278, 954, 681
909
9,113,912
2,519
75,066
447,830
93,168
19,267,769
14,906
15,621,789
« « 1,142,150
3,803
208, 536
833
72,100
8,458,264
2,358,026
427
77,322
66,273,764
299,920
1,181

240,000
1,019,204

240,000
1,009,200

450,000
2,150,824
195,661,817
400
6,382,391
5,000
59,750
446,140
71,460
17,521,348
15,300
12,114,000

450,000
1,579,400
122,080,825
320
5,117,416
10,000
58,750
446,640
66,525
12,026,600
15,300
12,338,000

5,000
200,000
600
72,000
2,000,000
3,622,237
400
11,315
82,000,000
169,258

5,000
180,000
600
72,000
1,400,000
1,853,000
400

139,482
108,644
127,325

400,000
1,600,000
100,000
750,000

10,322
60,000,000

159,088

400,000
1,600,000
100,000
750,000

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 6—Continued

BUDGET RECEIPTS—Continued
BY SOURCE—Continued
Source
Miscellaneous receipts—Continued
Reimbursements—Continued
General accounts—Continued
Reimbursement of expenses, Coos Bay wagon road grant lands, Douglas County,
Oreg
.
.
Reimbursement on account of reimbursable construction costs, water conservation and utilization projects, act of Oct. 14, 1940, as amended
Reimbursement for emergency conservation work, profits on sales of land or its
products
N Reimbursement on account of reimbursable development costs in connection with
.
lands and improvements
Reimbursements, defense aid:
Agricultural, industrial, and other commodities
Aircraft and aeronautical mate*rieL.
Miscellaneous military equipment
Ordnance and ordnance stores
..
Services and expenses
Revenues, power system, Flathead Reservation, M o n t . . . .
Reimbursements from Federal Reserve banks:
Contingent expenses
_
...
Salaries.
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
Power revenues, Indian irrigation projects
Reimbursements, defense aid:
Agricultural, industrial, and other commodities
_
•
Aircraft and aeronautical materiel
Miscellaneous and military equipment
.
Ordnance and ordnance stores
Services and expenses

Total, reimbursements.
Rents and royalties:
General accounts:
Earnings, United States Army tank cars
Ground rent
.
Pipeline rentals
Receipts from potash deposits, royalties, and rentals
Receipts from mineral leasing public lands
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 and 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 on films leased
Rental of airplanes
i
_.
__.
Rentals of tenant farms, Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration. __
Rental or operation of property, defense housing.
_
Rental or operation of property, defense housing, temporary shelter
Rental of surplus personal property
_.
Rental of surplus real property.
.
Bonuses, rentals and royalties, all other..__
Royalties on coal leases in Alaska

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

$1,325
$30,000

$30,000

15,484

15,000

10,000

63,787

50,000

50,000

125,000,000

75,000,000

2,000
190,200
13,000
4,100
5,000
60, 567

3,000
237,000
28,000
4,100
4,000
50,130

2,755,033
11,038,214

2,254,800
7,144,8§0

20,006,700
750,000

22,006,700
750,000

511,532,397

355,106,667

5,000
6,503
13, 750

4,000
7,003
13,750

1, 784,000
382,000

1,784,000
363,000

250,000
2,015.200
14,181,074
10, 700
500
2,460,900
9,142,850
201,000
32,600
200,000
25,000
115,000
57,633,203

1,510,200
9,689,574
10,700
250
2,397,400
11,044, 850
176, 200
32, 500
200,000
25,000
110, 000
107,968, 714

63,950
26,750

44,000
26, 500

360,434,669
29,602
1,442
772, 573
300,077
871
97,119
12,782
22,217
2,271,970
152, 575
12,000,123
9,048, 514
8 22,910,113
18,782,222

« 11,691, 655
io • 30,162
io • 18,926
1 a \t 442
0
10-772,573

838,804,591

1,433
5,913
13,750
78, 700
1,453. 399
227, 503
897,696
3,615,895
14,279,686
9,428
938
2,289, 918
12,045,998
118,442
160,422
286,859
25,000
110,629
29,854,889
90
880
6,333
73,674
26,381

° Excess of credits, deduct.
* Estimates are shown under "Reimbursements" special account.
8 Includes $3,447,467.97, $6,916,265.68 and $8,264,709.22 reimbursements under Department of the Interior, and Departments of the Army and Navy, respectively.
» Actual receipts for 1947 are shown under general accounts: Reimbursements, revenues, power system, Flathead Reservation, Mont.; Sale of electric current, power plant, Coolidge
Dam, Ariz.; Sale of electric current, Colorado River irrigation project, Arizona, Public Law 647, Aug. 7,1946.
io Result of adjustment of amounts credited to the special fund and later transferred to the general fund.




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE

6—Continued

BUDGET RECEIPTS—Continued
BY SOURCE—Continued
Source
Miscellaneous receipts—Continued
Rents and royalties—Continued
General accounts—Continued
Royalties, naval petroleum reserves, California
_
_
Royalties on oil, gas, etc
Royalties from oil, gas, sulfur, or other minerals, national wildlife refuges
._...
Other.
_
Special accounts:
Deposits, rents, national defense housing project? (Emergency fund for the President), War
_
_.
Deposits, rents, national defense housing projects (United States Housing Authority), War.....
Deposits, operating fund, United States Housing Act of 1937, as amended
Deposits, disposition or removal, war housing program, Public Housing Administration
Deposits, reserve account, Public Housing Administration
Potash deposits, royalties and rentals, act of Oct. 2,1917
_
Receipts from leases offlood-controllands...
Deposits, disposition or removal, homes conversion program, Public Housing Administration
...
Deposits, disposition or removal, veterans' housing program, Public Housing Administration
,.
Deposits, operation, maintenance, etc., national defense housing, Public Housing
Administration
_
_
Deposits, operation, maintenance, etc., homes conversion, national defense housing, Public Housing Administration
_
_
Receipts from mineral leasing public lands. -,
Receipts from mineral deposits, lands purchased for Indians in Oklahoma
Receipts from potash deposits, royalties and rentals
Receipts from operation of functions of War Shipping Administration
Total, rents and royalties.
Sales of Government products:
General accounts:
Agricultural products, including livestock and livestock products.
Card indexes, Library of Congress
Dairy products
._.
Donated scrap aluminum
Electric current, power plant, Coolidge Dam, Ariz
Electric current, Colorado River irrigation project, ArizonaElectric current.
Films
Grain samples
Heat, light, power, and water
Ice
Loose cotton samples
Migratory Bird Conservation Act,, receipts credited to the general fund
Occupational therapy products
Old, condemned, and surplus property, Department of the Navy__
_
Photo duplications
Plans and specifications
Proceeds, activities fund, United States naval prisons
_
_
Products from development of guayule and other rubber-bearing plants..
Public documents, charts, maps, etc__
_
Public timber
Receipts from power operations and other sources, Tennessee Valley Authority
Sale of crude oil and other petroleum products from Naval Petroleum Reserve
No. 1 (Elk Hills)-..
Sale and transfer of Government property, Federal property utilization program..
Sale and transmission of electric energy:
Bonneville project, Oregon...
Denison Dam project, Texas
Norfork Dam project, Arkansas and Missouri
Sales of streets, all United States..
_
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

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1949

$876,000
228,021
41,115
1,926,696

$975, 500
205,300
35,000
2,207,370

$1,875,500
205,300
35,000
1,898,303

34,470

30,000

20,000

68,266
331

50,000

40,000

7,693,617
25,000,000
69,891

64,595,961

97,279,500

73,000
305,000

73,000
333,000

638,853

« 27,163

7,990,950

7,349,911

26,420,018

12,401,709

4,197,777
16,056,000
300

1,949,595
16,056,000
300

66,881
3,875,342
1,500,872
79,794,680
11,993,586
13,080,588
231
708,297
144,519,559
357,062,899

94,540,513
306,871, 522

274,897, 596

343,125
650,000
180,010
25,000

307,425
700,000
180,010
20,000

330,730
02,450
6,200
275,970
100,850
500,000
388,341
53,060
30,000,000
107,635
7,100
2,000

275, 730
82,500
6,200
245,970
100,850
500,000
313,341
52,060
25, 000, 000
88,685
5,100
1,000

2,786,761
159, 756
10,336,264

3,014,240
510,850
8,000,000

2,981,580
510,800
750,000

12
1,034

75,500
2,000

975, 500
2,000

10,327,943
787,119
655,523
29,282
74,021,619
2,553,903
1,261
519,013
111, 899
1,146,875
43,234
363,817
» 23,523,463

14,580,484
800,000
600,000

16,800,000
1,000,000
600,000

39,166,981
1,018,000
300
365,550
121,300
1,076,233
9,000
133,085
138,384,232

32,584,364
1,018,000
200
291,120
96,300
1,126,100
6,000
113,585
18,448,246

326, 776
534, 799
175,951
27,353
451,013
«8,849
384,239
72,601
6,280
294, 588
115, 650
664,902
55,233
25,748,963
118,363
1,837
3,827
4,731

° Excess of credits, deduct.
" Estimates are shown under "Reimbursements, special accounts, power revenues, Indian irrigation projects."
i2 Includes $3,778,137.18 and $17,354,091.72 under Departments of the Army and Navy, respectively.




Estimate, 1948

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 6—Continued

BUDGET RECEIPTS—Continued
BY SOURCE—Continued
Source
Miscellaneous receipts—Continued
Sales of Government products—Continued
Special accounts:
Deposits, sale and transmission of electric energy:
Bonneville Power Administration, reserved for reclamation fund
_
Fort Peck project, Montana
Deposits, sale and transmission of electric energy, Bonneville Power Administra_._
___
tion, unallocated revenues
Deposits, proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc
_
Deposits, proceeds from disposition of surplus property in United States
Deposits, proceeds from disposition of surplus property in foreign countries
Proceeds, publications 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
Proceeds from sales of scrap and salvaged materials
Total, sales of Government products.
Sales of services:
General accounts:
.
Copies of hearings
Earnings, 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 (Departments of the Army and
Navy)
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
Receipts from operation, U. S. Maritime Commission..
Receipts from vessels operation subsequent to Mar. 1,1948, U. S. Maritime Com_
*
.
mission.
Work done for individuals or corporations
Other..
Special accounts:
Alaska Railroad fund receipts.
Collections for laundry service, Naval Academy.
Total, sales of services..
Sundry receipts:
General accounts: Forest reserve fund
Special accounts:
Deposits, postal funds, Canal Zone
Forest reserve fund.
Forest reserve fund, roads and trails for States (10 percent).
Forest reserve fund, payments to States (25 percent).
Receipts for acquisition of lands, national forests
Total, sundry receipts..
Deposits for defense aid: Special account: Deposits for defense aid, sec. 6 (b), act Mar. 11,
1941
—
Repayments of investments:
General accounts:
Collections, insured loans, Federal Housing Administration
Excess corporate funds, Institute of Inter-American Transportation.
Excess corporate funds, Inter-American Navigation Corporation
Excess corporate funds, Prencinradio, Inc
a

Excess of credits, deduct.




Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948

$2,523,364

Estimate, 1949

* $10,942,044
230,000

$250,000

2,291,372
8,273,665
1,166,259,356
205,000

2,895,000
14,401,000
400,137,000
90,000

346,000
29,447
1,350
25,000,000

350,000
105,447
1,350
50,000,000

1,984,609,478

1,432,614,372

573.412,463

616
374,067
858,025
33,124
9,163,074
36,147
1,597

150
405,000
1,726,279
34,000
13,375,000
23,496
5,200

150
370,000
951,284
34,000
13,085,000
18,250
1,200

9,127,410
1,525
6,833
2,668,785
143,376
1,676,617
1,254,960
142,781
1,707,056
17,536,239
7,345,519

6,500,000
2,210

4,750,000
2,250

2,034,313
100,800
10,000
103,000
137,050
208,370
18,500,000
3, 576,019
182,491,716

1,793,145
75,800
5,000
28,000
134,300
163,770
19,000,000
3,027,910
100,299,136

2,686,045
773,728

4,383,550
1,411,760
637,420

14,953,350
1,262,260
414,070

9,278,074
362,636

10,750,000
427,000

11,500,000
436,000

65,178,234

246,842,333

172,304,875

9,112,612

12,000,000

12,000,000

758,682
4,461,464
1,369,772
3,424,430
138,017

746,000

1,820,000
4,548,000
142,000

748,500
3,820,000
1,820,000
4, 548,000
142,000

19,264,977

19,256,000

23,078,500

429,000
74,426

273,400

15,000

45,789

« 56,840
2,968,830
1,516,210, 576
a 214
485,013
304,279

5.751,396

741,130
421,890
241,217
225,000

A20

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 6—Continued

BUDGET RECEIPTS—Continued
BY SOURCE—Continued
Source
Miscellaneous receipts—Continued
Repayments of investments—Continued
General accounts—Continued
Loans to railroads after termination of Federal control, etc. (repayment to appropriations)
Principal on securities received from Reconstruction Finance Corporation under
act Feb. 24, 1938
Principal payments on loans, Puerto Rican Hurricane Relief Commission
_
Principal payments on low-cost houses, Virgin Islands
Proceeds from submarginal land program, Farm Tenant Act (75 percent)
Proceeds realized from functions liquidated by Farmers Home Administration
Act of 1946
Proceeds, sale of securities, Public Works Administration
Repayment of advances, title V, War Mobilization and Reconversion Act of 1944.
Repayment of advances to Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission
Repayment of advances to Colorado River Dam fund, Boulder Canyon project...
Repayment of capital stock. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
_.
Repayment of capital stock, Smaller "War Plants Corporation
Repayment of capital stock, United States Spruce Production Corporation..
Repayment of capital stock, Tennessee Valley Authority Cooperatives
Repayment of capital stock, Defense Homes Corporation
Repayment of capital stock, Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation
Repayment of bonds of foreign governments under funding agreements: Finland..
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, Farmers' Home Administration..
Repayment of principal on account of loans. Rural Electrification Administration.
Proceeds, Government-owned securities, Rural Electrification Administration
Repayment of principal on account of loans, Puerto Rico Reconstruction Admin_.
istration
Repayment of principal on account of loans, Farmers' Home Administration
Repayment of principal on account of loans to States, municipalities, etc., defense
_
_
_
__i
public works
Repayment V principal on emergency crop loans incident to removal of enemy
..
aliens
Return of advances, Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway
_
Sale of chattels, Farm Security Administration
__
Repayment of subscriptions to preferred and income shares, Federal savings and
loan associations
.
Repayment of loans to students, Federal Security Agency
Repayment of loans to veterans.
Representation of interests of foreign governments growing out of hostilities in
Europe
War claims and awards waived under general settlements
Special accounts: Receipts from submarginal land program, Farm Tenant Act
Total, repayment of investments..
Sales of public lands: Special account: Sale of public lands by States.
Total, sales of public lands.
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
_
Net proceeds from surplus property
Office material, etc
*_
Ordnance materiel, Army
_
Proceeds of Fort Hall irrigation and water system, Idaho
Proceeds from surplus vessels
Proceeds from reparation property..
_
Proceeds of sales of vessels for the Coast Guard
Proceeds of Government-owned securities, sale of war supplies
Proceeds of sales or disposition from strategic and critical materials stock pile
Proceeds from surplus property in foreign areas
Sales of town lots, Alaska
Standing timber, Alaska
Surplus personal property
Surplus real property
• Excess of credits, deduct.
18
Result of adjustment of prior year receipts.




Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

$102,035

$112,000

2,000
53,639
280
562, 786

9,000
25,000
337
618,000

$7,000
25,000
75
618,000

93,351
4,159,200
678,792

75,000
12,000,000
7,000,000

50,000
28,000,000

1,700,000
256,000,000
15,000,000

1,600,000
33, 299,557
5,000,000

50,000
9,999,000
12, 500,000
114,000
300,000
3,500
9,000,000
100,000
25, 973, 060

31,182

118,000
150,000
3,500
4,000,000
100,000
29,380,000

53,781
5,177

55,000
68,700,000

50,000
107, 400,000

1, 945,167

450,000

175,000

29,706
702
1,412

18,000
500

9,000
500

472,100
493,000
134, 638

550,000
500,000

300,000
500,000

1,833
1,022,838
224, 589

1,833
100,000
246,000

1,833
50,000
246,000

152,360,318

421, 718, 656

211,433,836

142, 755

150, 000

150,000

142, 755

150, 000

150,000

34,323,368
8,945,279
10,463
398,495,885
2,955

21,810,675
10,269,160
1,000
48,748,380
500
150,000
800
615,085,687
2,264,650
16,000
100,000

26,615, 055
10, 251,800
500
64,461,494

132,000
« 1,162, 284
135, 600,000
100,000

110, 433
601,839
6,082
5,199,. 603
106,382

361
624,970, 797
14,006
150,000
268
«11,856
1,758
5,830
2,363,940
7,900

165, 500, 000
2,000
6,000
6,944

145,000
800
208,443,931
16,000
75,000
73,200,000
2,000
6,000
5,744

A21

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 6—Continued

BUDGET RECEIPTS—Continued
BY SOURCE—Continued
Source
Miscellaneous receipts—Continued
Sales of Government property—Continued
Special accounts:
__
Coos Hay Wagon Road grant fund
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, miscellaneous receipts
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis
Total, miscellaneous receipts
Total __
Deduct:
Appropriation to Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Existing legislation
Proposed legislation
Appropriation to health insurance trust fund: Proposed legislation




Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

-

$149,037
2,884,242

$152,100
2,250,822

$152,100
2,250, 745

75,535
2,840
225

77,000
3,000
225

77,000
3,000
225

1,073,061,531

866,444,943

385,706,304

4,787,116,868
+43,547,287

4,372,886,347

2,321,862,051

4,830,664,155

Total, sales of Government property.--

Total, Budget receipts

Actual, 1947

4,372,886,347

2,321,862,051

44,718,325,110

46,837,386,347

46,498,862,051

1,459, 491,921

1,627,000,000

1,672,000,000
200,000,000
150,000,000

43,258,833,189

45,210,386,347

44,476,862,051

A22

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 7

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES
BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT

Based on existing and proposed legislation
[For thefiscalyears 1947,1948, and 1949]
APPROPRIATIONS
1948

Function and organization unit
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES
Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

NATIONAL DEFENSE
051. Direction and coordination of defense:
Executive Office of the President
National Military Establishment: Office of the Secretary of Defense »

$4,700,000

053. Air and Army defense:
Department of Agriculture
Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Air Force1
Department of the Army:
Military functions..
Civil functions

$4,552,500

6,395,000

1,215,500

6,214,000

11,095,000

Total, direction and coordination of defense _

$855,000

2,070, 500

10,766,500

7,216
402,838
2,037, 263

189
109,000
1,211,000

43,851

686,577,000

_

$8, 728
1, 645,044
1,286, 780

. .
1,169,426,000
$7,304,457,259

054. Naval defense:
United States Maritime Commission.
_.
Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Army, military functions
Department of the Navy._
Department of State
Government corporations and enterprises: Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries
Total, naval defense

$5,100,000

4,682,931,000

6,331,738,785
» 40,809,493

6,166,829,165
35,000,000

5,338,466,923
6,577,630

7,304,457,259

Total, air and army defense

$5,513,039,633

5,513,039,633

5,100,000

5,852,357,000

6,293,869,844

6,204,320,333

6,032,941,742

251,070,292
687,418
14,247

37,491,575
218,088

7,042,771
68,973

158, 559, 560
5,153,778,853
322

« 3,960,233
4,083,370,531

2,457,157
4,106,492,634

4,117,119,961

4,116,061,535

44, 576,154

3,000,000

8,798,571

3,500,000

262
51,633, 741
10,000
1,247
« 29,442, 087

346,210

4,139,991,509

3,265,178,100

22,957,000

3,507,130,100

• 6 761 000
4,139, 991, 509

3,265,178,100

2,437,459,395

900,000

22,957,000

3,507,130,100

5, 557,349,692

055. Activities supporting defense:

Office for Emergency Management
_
Funds appropriated to the President
_
General Accounting Office
_
_
_
Office of Selective Service Records
Office of Strategic Services
Petroleum Administration for War
Selective Service System
United States Maritime Commission
Federal Security Agency..
Federal Works Agency
Department of Agriculture.
Department of Commerce
_
D epartment of the Interior
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Army, military functions
Department of the Navy
.
Department of State.
_
•
_.
Treasury Department
Government corporations and enterprises:
Housing and Home Finance Agency
Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries. _
National Military Establishment: U. S. Spruce
Production Corporation
___
Total, activities supporting defense

_.

5,103,000

4,250,000

3,195, 000

27,750,000

349.. 000

349,000

1 771 724
46,895, 513
138
4, 605,658
• 6,372
8,163
25,029, 249
357,699, 504
21
6,123
« 204,975, 592
530

9,074
100,000
1,500,000

2,570,312,395

105,499,000

360,000,000

363, 544,000

305,617,611

1,055,149
« 101,830,309

" 27,812,300

o 40,956

100,000,000

154,494,669
94,121,119
80,483
160,103,612

501, 526
81,512,963

100,000,000

1,380,555,331
582,053,881
« 65,267
153,788,101

40,956

2, 429,340, 238

383,652,641

286,251, 521

« Excess of credits, deduct.
i Includes only expenditures from appropriations to be made direct to the Department of the Air Force in 1949, primarily for procurement and operation of aircraft and research
and development. The 1949 expenditures for the Department of the Army provide for liquidation of prior year obligations for such purposes. Other expenses for 1949, including military pay and maintenance, are still shown under the Department of the Army.




A23

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 7—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
1948

Function and organization unit
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

NATIONAL DEFENSE—Continued
Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Universal training
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Army, military functions
Department of the Navy

$400,000,000

$500,000,000
$155,000,000
10,000,000

$30,000,000
9,000,000

153,000,000
26,000,000

165,000,000

Total, additional appropriations required by proposed legislation

36,000,000
25,000,000

561,000,000

39,000,000

579,000,000

10,295,126,100 $14,280,559,774

10,746,163,435

11,025,021,298

193,057,000

$14,014,761,163

$8,883,716,733

2,146,665,000

2,171,915,000

1,948,000,000

1,929,226,454

2,055,205,574

2,104,571,859

710,842, 500

73,367,000

58,416,000

839,530,868
9

154,397,425

59,818,888

710,842,500

73,367,000

58,416,000

839,530,877

154,397,425

59,818,888

4,365,223,000

3,806,142,800

1,970,853,000

3,641,440,971
16,386

3,351,154,273

2,595,295,842

4,365,223,000

3,806,142,800

1,970,853,000

3,641,457,357

3,351,154,273

2,595,295,842

1,130,187,667
78,057,000

918,074,520

1,174,576,240

500,000

509,000

252,747
915,164,373
33,834,051
63,464
8,119

167,212
938,142,305
54,145,000
23,000
456,941

498,699
301,000

700,000
325,000

825,000
370,000

9,878,080
364,577

77,700,000
315,288

300,825,000
363,000

Total, veterans' hospitals, other services, and
administrative costs.
.__
.__

1,209,044,366

919,599,520

1,176,280,240

959,565,411

1,070,949,746

1,342,324,809

Total, veterans' services and benefits

8,431,774,866

6,971,024,320

5,153,549,240

7,369,780,099

6,631,707,018

6,102,011,398

111, 105
35,420
824,123
1,553
1,727
5,368
119,833
7,432
672,839
1,537,018
1,170,740
595,909
246,760
56,141

100,192
38,108

38,183
29,297

887

2,700

6,230
135,533
4,515
940,141
2,494,440
1,183,829
980,245
278,286
90,993

5,000
127,101
3,700
1,167,950
2,400,000
1,190,000
974,000
335,000
148,900

394,955
99,486,416
341,344

650,000
150,575,097
26,098

900,000
157,900,062

Total, national defense
VETERANS* SERVICES AND BENEFITS
101. Veterans'pensions: Veterans'Administration
102. Veterans'insurance:
Veterans' Administration
Department of Justice
T o t a l veterans' insurance._
103. Veterans' readjustment benefits:
Veterans' Administration . __ _ . __
Post Office Department (general fund)

_..

_

__

Total, veterans' readjustment benefits
104. Veterans' hospitals, other services, and administrative
costs:
Legislative branch
Veterans' Administration
Federal Works Asencv
Department of Commerce
Department of Labor _
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Army, civil functions
Department of the Navy_._

1,035,008,689
5,643,020
485,100

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND FINANCE
151. Foreign relations:
Legislative branch
Executive Office of the President * . Office for Emersencv Management
• .
Federal Communications Commission
_ _
Interstate Commerce Commission
National Archives
Smithsonian Institution
Tariff Commission
Federal Security Agency
Federal Works Agency
Department of Agriculture
__
Department of Commerce
- Department of the Interior
Department of Labor
National Military Establishment: Department of the
Army, military f^Tioti^Tis
Department of State
Treasury Department
8

Excluding Office for Emergency Management.




30,000

290,700
5,000,000

1,000,000
109,528,813
42,550

650,000
162,370,000

302,000

275,000

1,000,000

903,000
150,628, 615

A24

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 7—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
1948

Function and organization unit
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND FINANCE—Con.
151. Foreign relations—Continued
Government corporations and enterprises:
Housing and Home Finance Agency
Department of State:
Institute of Inter-American Affairs
Institute of Inter-American Transportation _.
Inter-American Educational Foundation, Inc.
Inter-American Navigation Corporation..
Prencinradio, Inc
Total, foreign relations
152. Foreign relief:
Executive Office of the President
Funds appropriated to the President
United States Maritime Commission
War Assets Administration
_
_
Federal Security Agency
_ ..__._.
Department of Agriculture
.._.
Department of the Interior
_ .
_
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Army:
Military functions
Civil functions .
Department of the Navy
.Department of State
Treasury Department.... . .
> _
Government corporations and enterprises: Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries
Total, foreign relief

$75
$3,456,710

$7,000,000

1,083,577

1,115,000

120,432,350

171,410,000

$3,802,000

$151,833, 615

872,000,000




36,000

116,693,633

167,049,087

171,473,827

240,000
493,051,000
15,000, 000
1,485,055
71,322
232,000,000

190,000,000

31,031,833

35,221,168
998,275,000
3,257,886
175,881,973
37,956,000

83,464,920

° 75,000,000

2,005,586,584

1,917,439,404

1,547,233,459

•100,000,000

200,403,350

75,000,000

814,000
32, 275

200,650

50,000
3,476,250,000

115,000,000
10,000,000
44,000,000
1,705,040,000

33,419,990
10,000,000
500,000

937,159,915

735,507, 500

499,963,391

15,046,608

« 77,242,751

• 40,200,000

400,000,000

4,328,506,794

2,733,554,374

578,884,031

14,864,515

20,254,703

23,674,816

48,999
2,252
82,877
16,911,838

87,681
1,903
106,799
24,802,388

29,000
95
102,000
23,547, 536

14,864,515

20,254,703

23,674,816

17,045,966

24,998,771

23,678,631

940,000,000

150,000,000

71,073,900

725,000,000

1,883,073,900

1, 250,000,000
71,073,900

150,000,000

1,321,073,900

400,000,000

4,000,000
1,250,000,000
71,148,900
1,052, 726

261

10

154. Membership in various international organizations:
Federal Security Agency
Department of Agriculture
Department of the Interior

»Excess of credits, deduct.

«10, 325

164,448, 559
513,808,354
26, 518,335
183,863,489
269,921,829

725,000,000

Total, international reconstruction, development, and monetary stabilization

Total, membership in various international organizations
.
.

$6,215,934

465, 623
546, 792, 750
6,064,421

153. International reconstruction, development, and monetary
stabilization:
Funds appropriated to the President
National Advisory Council on International Monetary
. _
and Financial Problems
_
Department of Agriculture
Department of Commerce
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Army, military functions.
Department of the Navy
Department of State
Treasury Department
Government corporations and enterprises:
Export*Import Bank of Washington
Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries

Department of State

$8,361,341
78,477
1,115,000

1,386
* 75,000,000
285,236,918

4,802,000

8,327,890
566, 555
1,693,090
249,256
248,084

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 7—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
1948

Function and organization unit
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND FINANCE—Continued
155. Philippine war damage and rehabilitation:
Filipino Rehabilitation Commission
Philippine War Damage Commission .
United States Maritime Commission
Federal Security Agency
Federal Works Agency
Department of Commerce .
. ..
Department of the Interior
- . _ _
National Military Establishment: Department of the
Army, civil functions
Department of State
Government corporations and enterprises: Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries
Total, Philippine war damage and rehabilitation..

$1,350
67,247,642
237,282
2,832,000
8,574,993
4,755,280
1,200,188

$20,100
148,804,165
112,024
1,225,000
16,008,027
4,127,009
920,000

7,977,669
896

5,500,000
4,294,897

8,485,000
722,103

94,643,632

180,423,428

560,000,000

88,000,000

450,000,000
16,200,000
24,445,000

35,500,000

4,440,000,000
16,200,000
50,722,000

7,188,000,000

490,645,000

595,500,000

4,506,922,000

7,342,802,000

2,103,600,331

6,540,379,201

5,533,185,268

7,008,615,376

$70,000,000

$95,000,000

47,918,000

42,500,000

21,373,000

60,000,000
57,918,000

112,500,000

Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Funds appropriated to the President
Veterans' Administration . _ _
_
Department of State

116,373,000

$7,100,000,000

Total, additional appropriations required by proposed legislation
*-.,
Total, international affairs and finance

$2,637,735
40,163
1,041,313
242,285
169,356
436,807

$10,000,000

72,546,224

918,214,865

2,587,238,603

2,222,743
303,211,000
375,000

1,910,000
690,793,000
700,000

2,259,098
642,416,000
3,251,000

2,086,466
302,825,504
1,180,845

2,078,603
763,695,784
700,000

2,259,098
578,770,351
3,251,000

305,808,743

693,403,000

647,926,098

306,092,815

766,474,387

584,280,449

14,173,493
75,267,000

14,200,000
80,425,700

1,500,000

14, 700,000
87,935,000

13,630,539
77,799,553

14,841,482
82,450,431

13,738,730
87,890,630

89,440,493

94,625,700

1,500,000

102,635,000

91,430,092

97,291,913

101,629,360

640,244,600
6,000,000
1,957,500

649,381,000

101,000,000

822, 210,000
65,000,000

662,002, 573
76,099,834
228, 595

758,102,292
62,000,000

828,170,331
66,000,000

648, 202,100

649,381,000

101,000,000

887,210,000

738,331,002

820,102,292

894,170,331

498,710

998,710

750,000

2,483,814
485,130

6,000,000
982,997

9,000,000
745,000

19,000

14,000

18,000

122
90,642

14,000

18,000

•94,578

297,067

39,400

SOCIAL WELFARE, HEALTH, AND SECURITY
201. Retirement and dependents' Insurance:
Civil Service Commission
Railroad Retirement Board
Federal Security Agency
Total, retirement and dependents' insurance
202. Unemployment and accident compensation:
Railroad Retirement Board
Federal Security Agency
Total, unemployment and accident compensation
203. Assistance to the aged and other special groups:
Federal Security Agency
_
Department of Agriculture
Department of Labor
Total, assistance to the aged and other special groups.
204. Work relief and direct relief:
Federal Works Agency
Department of the Interior
National Military Establishment: Department of the
Army^military functions
_ _ __
Treasury Department
-_
Government corporations and enterprises: Department of the Interior, Virgin Islands Company

517,710

205. Social security administration:
Federal Security Agency
,
Department of Commerce

« Excess of credits, deduct.




.

>

1,262,710

768,000

2,965,130

7,294,064

9,802,400

6,570,162
150,000

Total, work relief and direct relief.

Total, social security administration

250,000

2,470,400
100,000

2,632,000
102,000

8,311,607
165,361

3,854,782
100,868

2,901,192
100,098

6,720,162

2,570,400

2,734,000

8,476,968

3,955,650

3,001,290

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949

A26

TABLE 7—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
1948

Function and organization unit
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES
Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

SOCIAL WELFARE, HEALTH, AND SECURITY—Con.
206. Promotion of public health:
Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin
Federal Security Agency
Federal Works Agency
Department of Commerce
..
Department of the Interior..
Department of Labor
- National Military Establishment: Department of the
Army, civil functions _ _ -

207. Crime control and correction:
-The Judiciary
Federal Security Agency
Department of the Interior
Department of Justice
- Treasury Department
Government corporations and enterprises: Department of Justice, Federal Prison Industries, Inc

$148,173,100
2,550,000

$15,000,000

$9,000
221,690,100
2,000,000

7,613,170
26,831, 535

7,637,000

112,200

9,367,000

2,860,000

3,552,000

161,971,914

Total, promotion of public health

$124,667,209

161,912,100

1,550,000

1,650,000

69,185,096
3, 557, 700

76,118,730
3,077,000

74, 292, 796

208. Community welfare services: Federal Security Agency
Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Federal Securitv Aeencv - -

3,700,000

3,554,250

3,700,000

236, 766,100

152, 649,220

177,366,258

235,283,729

1, 557,663
1,160,751
30,639
67, 551,215
3,480,805

1,656,200
1,070,000
1,715
81,293,409,
3,137,700

1,755,600
1,459,337
225,000
76,804,331
3,165,300

82,000

125,000

79,296,077

87,241,024

83,534,568

62, 735

128,000

2,824,932

1,750,000

15,112,200

$162,661,666
3,363,459
9
7,786,874

5, 515,004

_-

2,115

250,000
76,950,000
3,149,000

30,000

Total, crime control and correction

Total, social welfare, health, and security. __^_

_

$9,000
210,787,729
11,670,000

$140,039,952
93,751
1,700
7,654,516
2,034,369

80,845,730

128,000

82,099,000

116, 500,000
1,286, 983,918

1,684, 000, 640

19,050

22,050

117,740,200

9,117,000

116,400,000
1,379,304,039

1,959,727,703

2,028,102,127

294,864
119, 536
•260
48,379
71, 955

14,000
538,120

24,915

« 28,904
131,116

100
704,594

472,783,195

137,579,996

81,491,554

467,901,424

138,879,321

81,516,469

252. Aids to private housing:
Government corporations and enterprises:
-Housing and Home Finance Agency
Reconstruction Finance Corporation ^and subsidiaries

• 200,628,714

•45,623,818

• 133,608,075

83,647,538

•43,495,194

•7,900,000

Total, aids to private housing.

• 116,981,176

• 89,119,012

• 141,508,075

5,274,667

4,078,422

2,076,638,198

HOUSING AND COMMUNITY FACILITIES
251. Public housing programs:
Office for Emergency Management _
National Capital Housing Authority
Dpnartment of Agriculture
Department of the Interior . .
Department of Labor
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Army, military functions
- -Department of the Navy
Government corporations and enterprises:
_.Housing and Home Finance Agency.Reconstruction Finance Corporation and sub-

138,158,428

200,976, V77

24,700

233,122,266

40,793
1,718

* 5,518,457

Total, public housing programs

138,177,478

200,998,827

233,146,966

253. Other housing services and administration:
Housing Expediter
Government corporations and enterprises: Housing
and Home Finance Agency.

3,184

115,000

925,000

7,890,753

1,229,100

1,117,300

Total, other housing services and administration..

3,184

4,240,000

925,000

13,165,420

5,307,522

1,117,300

21,618
59
36,807
30,933,608
105
50,334

400

254. Provision of community facilities:
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics —
National Capital Housing Authority . .
Federal Security Agency
Federal Works Agency
Department of Agriculture
Department of the Interior
• Excess of credits, deduct.




4,125,000

2,293,795

1,707,687

1,300,000

21,025,000
74,762

14,790,000

A27

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 7—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
1948

Function and organization unit
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES
Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

HOUSING AND COMMUNITY FACILITIES—Continued
254. Provision of community facilities—Continued
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Army, military functions .-_>
Department of the Navy
Government corporations and enterprises:
Housing and Home Finance Agency
.Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries
Total, provision of community facilities

•$30
17,913
178,429
7, 511,619
$2, 293, 795

$1,300,000

$1,707,687

$52,220
37,170,000

$31,900,000

38, 750,462

58,322,382

46,690,000

Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:

Federal Works Agency
Department of Agriculture
Government corporations and enterprises: Housing and
Home Finance Agency

20 000 000
18,000,000
19,000,000

Total, housing and community facilities

30,000,000

57,000,000

Total, additional appropriations required by proposed legislation.
_..
_

10,000,000
10,000,000

50,000,000

292,371,966

402,836,130

113,390,213

37,815,694

43,616,862
50,000

28,291,477
5,411,174
50,000

33, 520,667
• 3,595,000
50,000

42,232,935
205,000
50,000

43,666, 862

33, 752, 651

37,165,667

42,487,935

1,000,000
4,671, 980

1,000,000
3,155,040

613, 619
1,947,885

870,837
3,226,842

11,139,700

11,139,700

12,407,000

11,167,157

11,834,325

1,000,000
6,199,680
50,000
12,200,000

14,847,814

16,811,680

16,562,040

13,728,661

15,932,004

19,449,680

5,598,051
2,776,832

5,122, 524
3,009,738

6, 539,920
3,416,000

5,205,893
2,800,824
36, 409

5, 769, 742
3,003,079

6,435,460
3 386 980

8,374,883

8,132,262

9,955,920

8,043,126

8,772,821

9,822,440

623,800

90,000

140,474,457

206,946,514

28,875,172

$1,583,942

50,000

31,699,023
2,500,000
50,000

28, 925,172

34,249,023

1,583,942

500,000
3,208,114

EDUCATION AND GENERAL RESEARCH
301. Promotion of education;
Federal Security Agency
Federal Works Agency _
_
Department of the Interior

_

Total, promotion of education
302. Educational aid to special groups:

Legislative branch
Federal Security Agency
Federal Works Agency
Department of the Interior

_

Total, educational aid to special groups
303. Library and museum services:

Legislative branch
Smithsonian Institution
Department of the Interior
Total, library and museum services
304. General-purpose research:

Office for Emergency Management
.
Federal Works Agency
Department of Commerce
National Military Establishment: Department of the
Navy
_
_
_
Total, general-purpose research

4,937,708

400,000

14, 591,033

14, 540,372

100,000
19,068,016

15,005,000

431,500

450,000

504,100

468,976

375,000

510,000

19,298,300

_

18,243,000

100,000
20,266,000

15,545,000

20,870,100

19,997,717

15,315, 372

19,678,016

Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:

National Science Foundation
Federal Security Agency
Department of Commerce

__ _.

15,000,000
300,000,000
600,000

315,600,000

_

Total, additional appropriations required by proposed legislation
_
_
_
Total, education and general research
• Excess of credits, deduct.




71,446,169

74,737,965

1,583,942

5,000,000
290,000,000
600,000

295,600,000

406, 654,922

75,522,155

77,185,864

387,038,071

A28

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 7—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
1948

Function and organization unit
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

AGRICULTURE AND AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES
351. Development and improvement of agriculture, excepting
financial aids and conservation:
Department of Agriculture
Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior.
_
Department of State

$134,298,925

352. Loan and investment programs to aid agriculture:
Department of Agriculture. _
Department of the Interior.
Government corporations and enterprises:
Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidi-- _aries
Department of Agriculture:
Commodity Credit Corporation
Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation __
Federal intermediate credit banks
_
Production credit corporations
_.
Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation ..
Federal land banks
Total, loan and investment programs to aid
agriculture353. Otherfinancialaida:
General Accounting Office
Department of Agriculture
_
_
Department of the Interior
_
_
Government corporations and enterprises:
Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries
.
_
Department of Agriculture: Commodity Credit
Corporation
Total, other financial aids

$120,157,290

1,016,668

Total, development and improvement of agriculture,
excepting financial aids and conservation

$119,969,240
899,300

135,315,593

41,702,601
925,000

$129,768,964
100,000
953,593
500

$124,071,858

1,046,300

$139,863,418
1,548,519
944,471

120,868, 540

121,203,590

142,356,408

130,823,057

125,092,858

106,830,456

122,652,800
750,000

32,405,804
278,090

934,290,429
1,704,096

441,122,456
750,000

159,676, 566

• 554, 040, 720

« 2, 600,000

263,739,474
2, 667, 705
30,877,144
« 39,956,089
0
231,995
« 8,675, 395
•1,125,085
• 76,882, 257

-228,752,257

12,105,700

« 12,427,127
« 61,691,630
1,134,063
• 7,070, 543
12,288,525

990,000
41,150, 200
• 75, 250
• 6, 276,124
a
167,166

1,021,000

15,000,000

3,725,000

69,993,934

121,830, 456

127,127,800

362, 773,962

85,434,836

486,999,816

443, 298,638

432,023,930

357,000,000

287,600
471,120,528
136,934

297,158
339,130,372
157,000

276,645
291,868,370
158,000

54,385,057

8,047,016

167,972,828

• 540,888

27,340,000

26, 333

-

443, 298,638

432,023,930

357,000,000

693,902,947

347,090,658

292,303,015

354. Conservation and development of agricultural land and
water resources:
Department of Agriculture
Department of the Interior

45,019,344
3,340,000

43,854,700

49,818, 700

47, 501, 405
1,332, 584

48,892,988
1,469,129

50,188,459
1,016, 794

48,359,344

43,854, 700

49,818, 700

48,833,989

50,362,117

51,205,253

Total, conservation and development of agricultural
land and water resources
Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Government corporations and enterprises: Department of
Agriculture, Commodity Credit Corporation
Total, agriculture and agricultural resources.

° 50,000,000
696,967,509

718,577,626

282,906

291, 700

149, 579, 928

161, 701,347

208,027,041

298, 547,825

655,150,090

1,247,867,306

613,710,668

905,600,942

$35,000

366, 300

291,152

2,134,500

309,456,730

145, 505, 594

318, 789
2,000
213,453,794

365,980
15,500
312,898,308

471,683, 750

180,469, 767

313,811,186

449,125,796

NATURAL RESOURCES NOT PRIMARILY
AGRICULTURAL
401. Conservation and development of land and water resources not primarily agricultural:
Federal Power Commission
Department of Agriculture
Department of the Interior
National Military Establishment: Department of the
Army, civil functions.
• Excess of credits, deduct.




A29

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 7—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS
1948

Function and organization unit
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

NATURAL RESOURCES NOT PRIMARILY
AGRICULTURAL-Continued
401. Conservation and development of land and water resources not primarily agricultural—Continued
Department of State
Government corporations and enterprises:
Tennessee Valley Associated Cooperatives, Inc _..
Tennessee Valley Authority
_
Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries
_
_
Total, conservation and development of land
and water resources not primarily agricultural.
402. Conservation and development of forest resources:
Department of Agriculture
Department of the Interior
Total, conservation and development of forest resources
403. Conservation and development of mineral resources:
Department of Agriculture
_
Department of the Interior
National Military Establishment: Department of the
Navy
Total, conservation and development of mineral
resources
404. Conservation and development offishand wildlife:
Department of the Interior
Post Office Department (general fund)
Department of State
Total, conservation and development of fish and
wildlife
405. Recreational use of natural resources: Department of the
Interior.
__
_

$10,230,000

$4,975,000

$2,770,100

$2,187,592

$3,507,250

$8,870,000

39,906,000

18,700,000

35,154,600

17, 508,306

« 4,808 I
45,771,020

4,808
34, 654, 600

° 2, 000,000

408,025,875

484, 215, 872

$2,169,500

819,431,480

343,962,411

576,859,231

805,934, 992

53,637,782
3,922,060

48,360, 608
2,962, 800

5,000,000
60,000

55,090,117
3,402,000

50,079,613
2,906,681

54, 587,454
3,708,763

54,982,387
3, 915,000

57, 559, 842

51,323, 408

5,060,000

58,492,117

52,986,294

58,296, 217

58,897,387

20,157,397

-16,577,300

25,326,300

76,817
19,096,715

86,754
23, 773,848

82,500
25,348, 542

9,710,000

100,000

245, 500

4,918,483

4, 576,497

4,949,000

29,867,397

16,677,300

25, 571,800

24,092,015

28,437,099

30,380,042

14,138,446

20,095,182

20, 721,647

70,000

25,000

10,944,115
21,506
267,180

11, 925, 405
33, 656
510, 505

18,987.303
25,000
13,000

14, 208,446

20,120,182

20, 721,647

11, 232,801

12, 469, 566

19,025,303

25, 296, 646

9, 237,055

15, 594,150

11,459,126

17,205,558

22,820,431

625,000, 000

170, 211, 260
237,078
49,675
3,837,936

455, 724,419
63,887
139, 607
1,155,000

660,000,000
15,971
10,000

200,000
18,000,000

17,624
14,000,000

406. Development and control of atomic energy:
Atomic Energy Commission. _.
Department of Commerce _ _. _
_
_
Department of the Interior
_ _ _
_
_
Department of Justice
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Army, military functions
Department of the Navy._

300,000

175,000,000

175,000,000

Total, development and control of atomic energy.

625,000,000

174,335, 949

475, 282,913

674,043, 595

16,005,000

9,544,840

10,171,848

15,108, 550

409. General resource surveys: Department of the Interior

9,861,672

10,091,340

Total, natural resources not primarily agricultural

544, 819,878

766,665,157

7, 529, 500

1, 580,816,194

627, 613,436

1,178, 722, 432

1,626, 210, 300

144,746,852

302,311,213

20,082,931

121, 511,121

° 281,605,483
124,608

327,675,161
92,013

221,539,931
111, 855

TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION
451. Promotion of the merchant marine:
United States Maritime Commission.
Federal Security Agency
Government corporations and enterprises: Department of Commerce, Inland Waterways Corporation.
Total, promotion of the merchant marine
o Excess of credits, deduct.




3,000,000

3,000,000
144, 746, 852

302,311,213

20,082,931

124, 511,121

« 281,480,875

327,767,174

224,651, 786

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 7—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
1948

Function and organization unit
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION—Con.
452. Provision of navigation aids and facilities:
Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior
National Military Establishment: Department of the
Army, civil functions ._
.„
Treasury Department
_
Total, provision of navigation aids and facilities
453. Provision of highways:
Federal Works Agency
Department of Agriculture
Department of the Interior

$125,304

$1,317,000

149,465,509
121, 254, 938

190,860,403
108,749,215

454. Promotion of aviation, including provision of airways and
airports:
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
Federal Works Agency
Department of Commerce
National Military Establishment: Department of the
Army, civil functions
Total, promotion of aviation, including provision
of airways and airports

$131,492,700
106,050,000

$208,329, 000
105,759,000

103,873,544
142,148, 542

246,823,585

237, 542, 700

314,088,000

246,139,816

270,845, 751

300,926, 618

264,000,000
18,119,200
7,150,000

$7,370,000

460,588,854
16,869,200
13, 387,400

204,534,288
27,603,842
6,184, 041

406,091,163
18,263,969
9,172,262

477,534,600
17,159,200
19,206,000

306,830,408

_

$128,545,085
118,278,500

272,036,414
27,583,994
7,210,000

Total, provision of highways

455. Regulation of transportation:
Office for Emergency Management
Interstate Commerce Commission _•
•
Department of Commerce
_
Treasury Department
Total, regulation of transportation._

$2,677
115,053

289,269,200

7,370,000

490,845,454

238, 322,171

433,527,394

513,899,800

30,719,904

43,454,000

48,000,000

119,314,334

155,570,000

42,499,600
442,788
116,991,719

49,000,000

117,287,120

35,168,477
119,931
85,524,396
217,925

388,730

203,570,000

121,030,729

160,322,837

206,804,608

157,804,608

162,768,334

723,900
10,524,472
10,051,600
2,534,500

___

148,007,024

400,000
10,744,500
3,040,000

31,000

593,000
11,230,500
3,650,000

555,214
10,400,689
9,207,948
2,528,492

462,916
10,638,555
4,020,633
124,450

585,000
11,128,500
3,640,000
1,423

23,834,472

14,184,500

31,000

15,473,500

22,692,343

15,246,554

15,354,923

9,614,700
9,278,074

9,550, 000
14,750,000

10,833,000
26,500,000

9,479,258
11,883,330

9,572,548
14,808,000

10,450,000
26,662,965

175,000

140,000

145, 530
« 109,216

135,000
3,000

43,000
3,000

19,067,774

24,440,000

260,079, 722

237,028,550

6,251,825

456. Other services to transportation:
T>fipqrt/mp.nt. ftf CoTnrnp.rpp

Department of the Interior
National Military Establishment: Department of the
Navy
Treasury Department
Government corporations and enterprises: Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries
Total, other services to transportation
_
_
457. Postal service (from general fund): Post Office Department
(general fund)
458. Regulation of communication:
Federal Communications Commission
Office of Censorship
_.
Treasury Department
_
._
Total, regulation of communication
_
_
459. Other services to communication:
National Military Establishment: Department of the
Army, civil functions
_
_

« 29,736,080

67,000

« 393,000

37,333,000

« 8,337,178

24, 585,548

36,765,965

325,912,500

241,863,045

323,117,173

321,090,336

6,250,000

6,555,000

6,168,747
8,927
5,322

6,299,242

6,496,998

6, 251,825

6,250,000

6, 555,000

6,182,996

6,299,265

6,496,998

796,000

1,804,000

1,804,000

708,603

1,550,000

1,800,000

88,523,299

Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Federal Communications Commission
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
Department of Commerce
National Military Establishment: Department of the
Army, civil functions....
_._
Post Office Department (general fund)_
_
Treasury Department
_
_
Total, additional appropriations required by proposed
legislation..
_
_
Total, transportation and communication
•Excess of credits, deduct.




23

200,000
10,000,000
3,300,000
600,000
1,340,750
13,000,000

1,275,598,497

116,007,230

100,000
1,000,000
11,600,000

28,440,750
1,156,437,662

200,000
2,000,000
3,035,000

17,935,000

1,548,533,325

587,121,650

1,563,261,696

1,645,726,034

A31

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
T A B L E 7—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
1948

Function and organization unit

Recommended,
1949

Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

E s t i m a t e , 1948

E s t i m a t e , 1949

$5,696,570

$6,058,000

5, 504.029

5,696, 570

6, 058,000

« 66, 246, 269

A c t u a l , 1947

« 38, 200, 000

« 25, 200,000

A c t u a l , 1947

FINANCE, COMMERCE, AND INDUSTRY
501. Control of money supply and private finance:
Securities and Exchange Commission
Miscellaneous accounts
Treasury Department
_.
Government corporations and enterprises: Federal
Deposit Insurance Corporation
Total, control of money supply and private finance.

$5, 534, 746

$6,000,000

$5, 738,700

1,545
5, 534, 746

6,000, 000

5,738, 700

502. Loans and investments to aid private financial institutions:
Government corporations and enterprises: Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries
503. Promotion or regulation of trade and industry:
Legislative branch
Office for Emergency Management:
Office of Price Administration 3
Other 3
__
Federal Power Commission
Federal Trade Commission
Housing Expediter
Price Decontrol Board
Tariff Commission
__.
Department of Agriculture _
_
______
Department of Commerce _
Department of the Interior
.
Department of Justice
__
Treasury Department __
Government corporations and enterprises: Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries
Total, promotion or regulation of trade and
industry
_ _- . - .

626, 925
108, 051, 752
18,000,187
3,446,450
2,850,448
250, 000
1,117,228
21,894,000
2,982, 732
2,089, 000
1,000,000

773, 900

626,925

3,651,500
. 2,955,120
18 074, 000

3,880,000
3,975, 000

1,150,532
960,000
22,973, 537
34,850
2,400,000
275,000

1,200,000
$1,480,000

24,139,000
35,050
3, 250,000

595,999

623,075

744,815

103, 715,931
14, 641,445
3,443,432
2,825, 237
2, 354,456
46, 608
1,114,681
1,949,158
18, 746,886
2, 595,180
2,079,622
1,131,488

200, 000
1,870,000
3, 649, 300
2,926,000
18,326,724

179,269
3,868, 095
3,817,000
1,200,000

1,160.945
2,932,936
23,856,696
168, 535
2,355, 500
310,000

1,188,000
24,696,574
35,000
3,124,500
26,000

75,062

1,480,000

37, 252, 950

Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Funds appropriated to the PresidentHousing Expediter
Department of Commerce

58,454, 773

38,879, 253

91, 600,000

53, 000, 000

831, 262

53,101, 464

155, 240,123

142, 206, 672

162,308, 722

504. Business loans and guarantees: Government corporations
and enterprises: Reconstruction Finance Corporation
and subsidiaries
_
505. War damage insurance: Government corporations and
enterprises: Reconstruction Finance Corporation and
subsidiaries

230, 481, 270

24,000,000
4,000, 000

85, 000, 000
30, 000,000
12, 800, 000

20,000,000
3, 600, 000

80,000,000
28, 400,000
8, 900,000

28,000,000

127, 800, 000

23, 600, 000

117,300,000

237, 535, 817

371, 632, 613

190, 037, 253

196,346

Total, additional appropriations required by proposed legislation
Total, finance, commerce, and industry

$5, 493,122
199
9,163

2,890,000
9, 244, 618,
862,800
3,981, 250
5, 663, 476

167, 843, 468

58,840,164

29,480, 000

171,052,950

1,050,000

4, 453, 500
828, 500
2, 502,000
11, 763,096

1,410,000
5, 974, 700
869,400
3,023, 000
5, 540,001

3,090,000
9,400,000
862, 550
4,060,000
5,962,800

4,605,314
723, 511
2,431,226
11,725,340

3,300
2,297,200
5, 576, 534
889,103
2,983,292
5,682, 309

19, 547,096

16, 817,101

1,050,000

23,375,350

19, 681, 737

17,431, 738

LABOR
551. Mediation and regulation of employment conditions:
Office for Emergency Management
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
National Labor Relations Board
National Mediation Board
Department of the InteriorDepartment of Labor _ _ _ _
Total, mediation and regulation of employment
conditions
0
3

Excess of credits, deduct.
Under the Office of Temporary Controls.
770000—48




VII

22,642,144

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 7—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION UNIT—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
1948

Function and organization unit

Recommended,

Actual, 1947

Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

1949

LABOR—Continued
552. Training and placement of workers:
Office for Emergency Management
Federal Security Agency
_
Department of Labor

$88,049,600

Total, training and placement of workers

_..

553. Labor information, statistics, and general administration:
Department of Labor

$70,651,200

$79, 514,000

$33,090
« 307, 235
89, 556,647

88,049,600

70, 651, 200

79, 514,000

89, 282, 502

71,100,805

79,190,078

11, 888, 764

8, 614, 582

7, 684, 500

10,713, 492

8,733,763

8,215,862

Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
National Commission Against Discrimination in Employment
_
_
Department of Labor

$79,190,078

600,000
5,600,000

119,485,460

96, 082, 883

28,322, 913

500,000
5, 575,000

6, 200,000

Total, additional appropriations required by proposed
legislation
Total, labor.

$107
71,100,698

6,075,000

116, 773, 850

119, 677, 731

97,266,306

116,123,084

33,049,624

32, 960, 695

27,622,537

33,563,179

32,640,512

20,000
16,385, 218
15,000

20, 000
18, 502,165
150, 000

24,000
19, 202, 900
172,000

24, 837
15,979,434
12, 502

20,248
18, 443,607
112,475

22,824
19,069,500
167,695

16,420, 218

18, 672,165

19,398,900

16, 016, 773

18, 576,330

19,260,019

5, 247, 893
925,000

5, 686, 358

6,142,312

5,454, 887
659,322

5,900,362
12,600

6,151,431

$1,050,000

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
601. Legislative functions: Legislative branch
602. Judicial functions:
Legislative branch
The Judiciary.
Indian Claims Commission

„

_

Total, judicial functions.
603. Executive direction and management:
Executive Office of the President 2
Office for Emergency Management _
Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch
of the Government Treasury Department

605. Government payment toward civilian employees* general
retirement system: Civii Service Commission
610. Other general government:
_
Legislative branch
Executive Office of the President 2
„
Office for Emergency Management
.
_
Funds appropriated to the President
American Battle Monuments Commission
American Commission for Protection and Salvage of
Artistic and Historic Monuments in War Areas
Civil Service Commission
District of Columbia Redevelopment Land Agency
National Archives-.a

Excess of credits, deduct.
2
Excluding Office for Emergency Management.




454, 600

443, 203

660,000
442, 700

90,000
458,000

6, 886, 758

10,700

6, 596,912

6, 557, 412

7,015, 662

6,699, 431

36, 517,000
772, 200

33,161, 000
772, 200

186, 800

Total, Federal financial management

10, 700

40, 300, 488
711,800

-

750, 000
450, 400

6, 620, 743

Total, executive direction and management
604. Federal financial management:
General Accounting Office
The Tax Court of the United States
Department of Commerce —
Department of Justice
.
Post Office Department (general fund) ^
Treasury Department

447, 850

187,000

189,000

429, 792,165

333,198, 500

2,011,000

319, 935, 600

39, 479, 811
707, 944
13, 395
189,817
3, 718,152
370,917,587

36, 613, 522
761,300
11,819
179, 350
3, 522,101
324, 935, 934

33, 476,355
771,000
11,000
187,000
3,000,000
317,098, 550

470, 991, 253

370, 674, 700

2,011,000

354, 057, 800

415,026, 706

366,024, 026

354, 543,905

220,100,000

244,000, 000

259,000,000

220,100,000

244,000,000

259,000,000

27, 419, 500

16, 611, 500

19,189, 600

5,158,161
253,816
25, 039

5,938,855

8,869, 786

20, 000, 000
233, 440

35, 348,000
362, 000

1, 355,000

138, 225

344, 566

1, 325,000

14, 474, 500

16, 894, 000

1, 241,833

1, 261, 335

19,495,041
1,425,000
1,270,361

26,052, 509
1,975,000
1,403,000

2, 508, 550

26, 339,000
3,400, 000
1,403, 500

5,314
14, 388, 579
1, 267, 316

A33

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 7—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
BY FUNCTION AND ORGANIZATION—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
1948

Function and organization unit
A c t u a l , 1947

Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES
Recommended,
1949

A c t u a l , 1947

Estimate, 1948

E s t i m a t e , 1949

$909,425
18,010
1,148

$2,500,335
27,000

336,326, 494

45, 754, 270

2, 168, 243
78,461, 806
2, 066, 469
24, 566,915
18, 753, 494
38,316,026

1, 711, 240
74, 562, 438
131,309
26, 403, 233
21,896,156
36, 856, 200

GENERAL GOVERNMENT—Continued
610. Other general government—Continued
National Capital Park and Planning Commission
Smithsonian Institution
Thomas Jefferson Memorial Commission
United States Maritime Commission
War Assets Administration
__ _
Miscellaneous accounts
_
_
Federal Security Agency .
Federal Works Agency
Department of Agriculture
.
Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior
_. .._
Department of Justice
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Army:
Military functions
Civil functions
Department of the Navy
Department of State
_
Treasury Department
District of Columbia (Federal contribution).
Government corporations and enterprises:
Housing and Home Finance Agency
Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries
Total, other general government

$867, 750

$354,000

$1,796,500

$353, 929

1,489,000
65, 465, 700

510,000, 000

257, 149, 270

5, 396, 928
65,057,800

3,922,885
65, 262, 803

22,871,991
20, 896, 068
40, 625,077

23, 956, 483
15, 709, 066
36, 701, 500

$125,000
65,000
110, 000

26, 961, 000
22,102, 070
36, 788, 000

25,110
1, 816, 372
421,024, 700
768
2, 923, 343
67, 651, 498
1, 404, 031
21,393, 398
20, 517, 582
38, 999,000

6,155,274

67,848,387
3,000,000
2,680,000
4, 251, 750
12,000,000

1,422,000

49, 958,800
2, 500,000
30,000
14,585,083
12,000,000

« 13, 730, 744
15,346, 761
263, 525
4,961,467
5,178, 982
8,000,000

86,100, 000
84,442,974
6,148,000
3,037,680
4,677, 278
12,000,000

39, 535, 503
79, 833, 460
2, 550,000
295, 000
14, 591,300
12,000,000

179, 729

« 2,280,180

5,000

14,835,609

79,748,248

« 9,894, 700

632,381, 510

803,935,853

388,383,039

6,117,000
4,079, 794
8,000,000

753,436,955

563,312, 979

4, 230, 550

285,363,253

Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:

Funds appropriated to the President
Department of Commerce
National Military Establishment: Department of the
Army, civil functions

105, 000, 000
625,000
2, 078,000

Total, additional appropriations required by proposed
legislation
Total general government
INTEREST ON THE PUBLIC DEBT: Treasury Department
_
REFUNDS OF RECEIPTS: Treasury DepartmentRESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES
ADJUSTMENT TO DAILY TREASURY STATEMENT
BASIS
Total, budget appropriations and expenditures..
• Excess of credits, deduct.




94,000,000
500, 000
1, 578, 000

107, 703, 000
1,495,892,082

1, 236, 596, 226

4,958,026,896
2,928, 385, 565

5,200,000,000
1, 254, 203, 500

96,078,000

6, 252, 250

1, 065, 080, 560

1, 317, 704, 938

1,473,115,050

1,156, 604,906

800, 000,000
125,000, 000

5, 250, 000, 000
1,990,094, 500
225, 000, 000

4, 958, 026, 896
2,897, 260, 878

5, 200,000, 000
2,048,707,095
120,000,000

5, 250,000, 000
1, 990, 087, 500
200,000,000

37,727,775,361

39,668,993,983

+463,855, 479
36, 931, 513,958

31,014, 228,828

8, 740, 502,122

32,930, 442, 226

42, 505, 045, 529

A34

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1947, 1948, and 19491
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No.i Actual, 1947

1948
Actual

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Senate:
Salaries and mileage of Senators:
Salaries of Senators
Mileage of President of Senate and of Senators
_Expenses of Senators
Salaries, officers and employees
Expenses, legislative reorganization
Senate Policy Committee, salaries and expenses.Joint Committee on the Economic Report, salaries and ex>
penses
Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, salaries and expenses. _.
Joint Committee on Labor-Management relations
Temporary Congressional Aviation Policy Board
Contingent expenses:
Automobile and maintenance, for the Vice President-..
Automobile and maintenance, majority and minority
leaders
Reporting debates and proceedings
Cleaning furniture
Furniture and repairs
Expenses of inquiries and investigations
Folding documents
Materials for folding..
Fuel for heating apparatus
Kitchens and restaurants
Mail transportation.
Miscellaneous items
Packing boxes
_._
Compiling and preparing a revised edition of the biographical directory of the American Congress
Air-mail and special-delivery stamps
Stationery
Storage of documents
Salaries and expenses, Joint Committee on Internal Revenue
Taxation
Payments to widows of Senators
Capitol Police: 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)
Joint Committee on Printing
Legislative Counsel (Senate share)
Total, Senate.
House of Representatives:
Salaries and mileage of Members:
Salaries of Members and Delegates
Mileage and expenses 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
Packing boxes
Joint committee on Internal Revenue Taxation, salaries
and expenses
Coordinator of Information, salaries and contingent expenses
Telegraph and telephone service
Stationery
1

See appendix 6 for functional code numbers and titles.




Anticipated
upplementals

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

601
601
601
601
601
601

$960,000
51,000
360,000
4,991,740
173, 667
41,000

$1,200,000
102,000
240,000
7,079,025
100,000
82,000

$1, 200,000
51,000
240,000
7,098,665
100,000
82,000

25,000
50,000

70,000
150,000
100, 000
40,000

70,000
150,000
50,000

8,601
22, 527

601

4,770

5,000

5,000

601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601

13,760
84, 525
2,760
17,000
618,350
23,015

istimate, 1949

$949,737
45,386
351,444
4,894,665
134, 574
25,608

601
601
601
601

Estimate, 1948

1,500
2,000

75, 400
14,050
621, 402
3,000

10,000
100, 260
2,760
12,000
650,000
25,000
1,500
2,000
64,000
9,560
6.26, 765
3,000

10,000
99,315
2,760
12,000
650,000
25,000
1,500
2,000
45,000
9,560
626, 765
3,000

500
10,250
46,300

4,216
12,211
84,523
1,692
8,568
557, 271
11,459
1,446
1,056
75,400
11,984
635,008

601
601
601
601
601

500
10, 250
99, 650
4,174

500
10, 250
46,300
2,645

601
601
601

50,000
20,000
4,700

12,500

601

4,300

$10,490,200

10,583,100

10,490,200

7,999

7,500
44,465

$10,583,100

22, 572
13,761
21,310

7,332
460
10, 250
103, 642
3,087
50,428
40,000
4,977

21,310

70,000

65,184

8,449,478

10, 768, 375

10, 611,925

8,167,068

4,385,000
1, 266,000
2,321, 405
6,384, 750

5, 482, 500
1,520,879
3,303, 530
5, 915,000

5,482, 500
1,266,000
3,312, 585
5,919,000

4,895,894
1,250,288
2,263,249
5,776, 513

100,000
165,000
65,000
900,000

125,000
165,000
75,000
600,00C

108,327
176,929
46,963
443,470

185,000

155, 00C

60,000
400,000
229,350

65,000
450,000
227,000

152, 500
192,000
57,500
450,000
5,000

315,000
334, 500

293,748
403,077

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES

A35

T A B L E 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No.

1948
A c t u a l , 1947

Actual

Anticipated
supplemental^

EXPENDITURES
Recommended,

E s t i m a t e , 1948

Estimate, 1949

$18, 384,300

$17,809, 700

18,384,300

17,809,700

213,300

A c t u a l , 1947

218,800

1949

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH—Continued
House cf Representatives—Continued
Contingent expenses—Continued
Attending physician
Postage...
_
Air-mail and special-delivery stamps
Folding documents
_
_
._
' Revision of laws
„
Automobile and maintenance for the Speaker of the
House of Representatives..
_
_
Preparation of new edition of the United States Code.-.
Salaries and expenses, Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation
.
«
_
Payment to John C. Gall for services
Payment for certain services
___'__
Payment to son and daughters of Hon. Joseph J. Mansfield.
Payment to widows and beneficiaries of Congressmen
Capitol police: Uniforms and equipment (House share)
Salaries and expenses of detailed police, Capitol Police
Board (House share)
Salaries and expenses:
Joint Committee on Printing (House share)..
Legislative Counsel (House share)
.

$6,985
950
32,850
55,000
8,000
5,200
12,000

33,800

60,000
10,000

75,000
10,000

$8, 288
950
32, 850
61, 937

4,444
42, 615

9,200

82, 443

87, 500
7,500

4,308

5,500
67, 500
4,700

12, 500
25,000

40, 000
4,067

4,300
7,730
56,203

25,230
60,000

Total, House of Representatives.
Miscellaneous:
Capitol police:
Uniforms and equipmentSalaries and expenses of detailed police, Capitol Police
Board._
_
Office of Legislative Counsel
Education of Senate, House, and Supreme Court pages and
_
_
Congressional minor employees..
Statement of appropriations. _
_
._
Expenses, United States-Philippine independence ceremonies
_
,

33,800

18,491,244

17,973,070

601

, 17,900

601
601

8,600
160,000

8,600
160,000

21,300
4,000

29,300
4,000

16,012, 292

18,000

16,239,370

10, 600
4,000
151

4,000
26,637

30, 000
44, 600

211, 800

219, 900

30, 637

213, 300

218, 800

601
601
601

102,016
300
475,038

105,000
350
463, 700

106,300
400
577, 200

94, 558
240
512, 213

105,335
322
957,071

106, 200
390
574,200

601
601
601
601
601

171,482
23, 797
2,000
603, 298

84,000
177, 500
24,300
2,000
547, 205

180,400
24, 700
2,000
523, 200

161, 602
23,489
1,514
531, 507

84,000
182,747
24,464
3,480
649, 966

180,000
24, 700
2,000
530,000

648,056
1,118,478
442,323

15,000
652, 500
1,056, 650
271, 750

724, 300
1,367,300
662,000

660,967
992, 637
275,448
6,781

15,000
667,354
1, 241, 804
398,096

724, 300
1,342,300
577,000

3, 586,788

3,399,955

4,167,800

3, 260, 956

4,329, 639

4,061,090

134, 298
20,000

135,000
20,000

138,100
23,300

128, 769
20,313

136, 723
20, 399

138,100
23,000

154,298

155,000

161,400

149, 082

157,122

161,100

Total, miscellaneous.
Architect of the Capitol:

Salaries
.
,
_
Penalty mail costs
Capitol Building and repairs.
Repairs, improvements and equipment, Senate restaurant,
___.
Capitol Building
Improving the Capitol grounds
Maintenance, legislative garage
Subway transportation, Capitol and Senate Office Buildings.
Maintenance, Senate Office Building
Preliminary plans and estimates, additional Senate Office
Building
Maintenance, House Office Buildings
Capitol power plant
_
__.
Library buildings and grounds
Claims and judgments
_
•

601
601
601
303
601

Total, Architect of the Capitol..
Botanic Garden:

Salaries
Maintenance
Total, Botanic Garden..




303
303

A36

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948
Anticipated
supplemental

Actual

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH—Continued
Library of Congress:

Salaries:
Library proper
Copyright Office..
Legislative Reference Service
Distribution of printed cards
Distribution of card indexes
Index to State legislation
_
Union catalogues
Motion-picture project, and liquidation of motion-picture
project
Increase of the Library of Congress:
General
Law library
_
Books for the Supreme Court.
...
Books for adult blind
T._.
Printing and binding:
General
_
.
Catalogue of title entries of Copyright Office
Catalogue cards
_
__.
Contingent expenses of the library:
_
_
._.
Contingent expenses
Photoduplicating expenses
Penalty mail costs
_
Library buildings:
Salaries
Maintenance..
Expenses, Library of Congress, trust fund board
Federal tort claims
Permanent appropriations:
Bequest of Gertrude M. Hubbard, interest account
Library of Congress trust fund, interest on permanent
loan account (indefinite)Working funds...
_
_
Transferred from:
Salaries and expenses, Veterans' Administration
Printing and binding, Veterans' Administration. _
Penalty mail costs, Veterans' Administration
Cooperation with the American Republics

303
503
601
303
303
303
303

$2,345,900
591,925
475,000
344,000

$2,350,000
591,925
450,000
350,000

$2,999,900
713,900
' 650,000
400,400

$2,348,220
589,675
450, 936
348,234

$2,974,912
707,569
637, 722
397, 707

55,000
79,600

$2,336,917
580,074
453,669
333,718
«16
85, 718
88,129

94,100
98, 000

50,000
61,000

54,828
66,049

54,443
76,901

303

100,000

12,000

17,100

66,675

45, 767

15,390

303
303
602
302

370,000
125,000
20,000
500, 000

300,000
95,000
20,000
1,000,000

300,000
95, 000
24,000
1,000,000

462,924
102,347
24,837
613, 619

541,885
165,070
20, 248
870,837

365,764
134,727
22,824
1,000,000

303
503
303

381, 500
35, 000
447,482

381, 500
35,000
400,000

445, 700
60,000
556,400

370,023
15, 925
314, 704

384,589
33,400
387,984

429,782
37,246
489,045

303
303
303

35,000
33, 200
21, 500

40,000
20, 700
29,000

49,400
27,100
31,000

34,101
33,415
9,812

39,350
23,310
41,015

48,432
25,806
30, 500

303
303
303
303

495,460
34,000
500

495,000
30, 000
500

536, 200
39, 700
500

489,825
29,103

492, 723
31,219

534,317
36, 509
500

303

800

800

303
303

74, 988

,0, 274

1,000

500
4,664

800

800
84,671
154,946

81,325

252, 747

81, 720

68,173
• 44,205

38,183

84,468

155,384
7,500
4,328
100,192

6, 623, 355

6, 792, 699

8,164,420

6, 806, 702

7,447,024

8,140,904

610

25,375,000

14, 520,000

16, 700,000

3,014,407

3,811,670

6,467,058

610
610
610
610

1,321, 500
370,000
353,000

1,321, 500
370,000
400,000

1,481, 500
608,100
400,000

1, 306,845
473,397
343,904
19,608

1,324,434
365,301
350,186
87,264

1,476,500
523,100
375,000
28,128

Total, Government Printing Office.

27,419, 500

16,611, 500

19,189,600

5,158,161

5,938,855

8,869,786

Total, legislative branch

62,517,389

56,430,573

>0,488,115

39,584,898

47,053,340

49,751,580

104
104
104
151

Total, Library of Congress..
Government Printing Office:

Public printing and binding
_
_
Office of Superintendent of Documents:
Salaries
.._
General expenses
Penalty mail costs..
;
Overtime, leave, and holiday compensation, allotment

° Excess of credits, deduct.




A37

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1947, 1948, and 1949]
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948

Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 E s t i m a t e , 1949

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

_ _.

Court of Customs and Patent Appeals:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries
Contingent exDenses

955, 720

1,163,400

877, 793

970,322

1,160,10)

12,500

11,200

5,300

14,997

11,240

5,300

3 11,000

3,800
370, 000

2,500

19,482

5, 322
370, 000

2,600

23,500

• 385,000

7,800

34,479

386,562

7,900

164,315

168,000

177,400

150,497
2,330
586
5,577

177, 900

177,500

602
602
602

602
602
602
602

Printing and binding..
Total, Court of Customs and Patent Appeals

$710, 706

0)
(2)

957

164,315

_ _

Contingent exDenses
Printing and binding
Total, United States Customs Court
Court of Claims:
Salaries and expenses
Contingent expenses
Printing and binding
Repairs to buildings.

602
602
602
602

. - _. _

Territorial courts:
Salaries, justices and judges, Territory of Hawaii
Salaries and expenses, United States Court for China._.

602
602

177,400

158,990

178,857

177,500

336, 950

356, 400

361, 700

317, 952
100
2,220
149

353,000

357,000

356, 400

361, 700

320, 421

353,000

357,000

450,000

450,000

455,000

420,000

430,000

21, 500

11,000

32,100

331,938
1,515
20, 754
8,344

21, 600

32,000

471, 500

602
602
602
602

168,000

336,950

United States Customs Court:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries




500
8,500
45,000
319, 200

5,420
25,000
40, 000
122, 800

Total, United States Courts for the District of Columbia

* Excess of credits, deduct.
* Reappropriation of $11,072.
2
Reappropriation of $6,674.
* Excludes reappropriation of $10,500.

5,643
31,179
40,000
133,800

42, 600
28, 600
121, 231
903,137

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
Plans and specifications for courthouse

Total Territorial courts

$786, 900

$786,600

Total, United States Supreme Court

Total, Court of Claims .

$759,700

8,500
45,100
323, 200

$692,812
1,352
4,610
33, 727
33, 046
112, 246

$762, 500

602
602
602
602
602
602

461,000

487,100

362, 551

441,600

462, 000

97,688

96,500

106,500

104,833
« 4,181

96,771

106, 500

97, 688

96, 500

106,500

100,652

96, 771

106,500

A38

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Tunc;ional
code
Actual, 1947
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplementals

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

THE JUDICIARY-Continued
Other Federal courts—Continued
Miscellaneous items of expense:
Salaries of circuit, district, and retired judges
United States courts:
Salaries of clerks
Salaries and expenses of clerks
_
Probation system .
Salaries of criers
_ _ __
Fees of commissioners
_
„
Fees of jurors
__
Pay of bailiffs
Miscellaneous salaries .
Miscellaneous expenses __ _ _
_ _
Traveling expenses.
.
Printing and binding:
Administrative Office and United States Courts..
United States Supreme Court reports.
Salaries of court reporters
Salaries of referees in bankruptcy, deficiencies
Salaries of referees in bankruptcy (special account).
Expenses of referees in bankruptcy, deficiencies
Expenses of referees in bankruptcy (special account).
Supplies, materials, etc., referees in bankruptcy,
United States district courts (special account).._

602

$4,364,000

$4,515,000

$4,575,000

$4,371,614

$4,510,000

$4,567,000

602
602
207
602
602
602
602
602
602
602

3,558,000

3,631,295

3,776,000

3,642,000

3,770,000

1,550,000
331,800
570,000
1,430,000

1,650, 000
320,000
475, 000
1,400,000

1,750,000
501,900
475,000
1,430,000

1,656,200
319,700
500,000
1,380,300

1,755,600
502,400
485,000
1,430,000

1, 750, 000
500,000
590, 000

1,800, 000
500, 000
590, 000

1,789,000
652, 500
629,000

3,557,611
25
1,557, 663
311,962
418,411
1,383,718
"40
1,704,508
515,460
576, 754

1,811,000
490, 000
579,700

1,792,000
652,500
622,000

602
602
602
602
602
602
602

103,700

69, 000
80,250
865,000
350,000
405,000
350, 000
325, 000

85,800
91,200
868.200
190, 000
594, 000
200,000
604,000

97,822
70
810,283

105,000
20,000
857,887

80,000
82,000
.868,100

750,000

775,000

650,000

740, 000

815, 000

602

84

Total, miscellaneous items of expense

15, 562,500

17, 325, 545

18,211, 600

15,305,945

17,271, 787

18,121, 600

Total, other Federal courts -

16, 656,453

18, 792,445

19,352,100

16,283,038

18,728,577

19, 232, 500

341,049
«23
35, 240

1,722

Administrative Office of the United States Courts:
. . _ _> _.
_.
Salaries
Contingent expenses
._Miscellaneous expenses.
_
Salaries and expenses

602
602
602
602

Miscellaneous: Permanent appropriation (indefinite): Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc.
(special account). .
.. _

Excess of credits, deduct.




30,000

j

602

400, 000
400,000

435,900

3,128

4,000

1,500

17,935, 218

20,152,165

20,952,900

376, 266

17, 537,097

5,186
390,000

1,000
428,000

396, 908

429,000

4,000

435,900

372, 500

Total, Administrative Office of United States Courts

Total, The Judiciary

342,500

3,500

20, 099, 807

20,825,100

A39

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
T A B L E 8—Continued

BUDGET. APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
APPROPRIATIONS
functional
code
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
A c t u a l , 1947

Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES
Recommended,

Actual, 1947

1949

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND
INDEPENDENT OFFICES»
Executive Office of the President:
Salary of the President

603

Emergency fund for the President:
Emergency fund for the President
Emergency fund for the President, allotment
Emergency fund for the President, national defense,
allotment
Transferred from: Salaries and expenses, Office of War
Mobilization and Reconversion
__ .
Total, emergency fund for the President
Executive Mansion and grounds:
Maintenance
.__.
Extraordinary repairs and refurnishing
Mansion
Addition to Executive Mansion.—*

$75,000

$75,000

$75,000

$75,000

$75,000

603

The White House Office: Salaries and expenses.

$75,000
883,660

952, 500

969,612

840,051

881,421

959, 612

35,078
338,072

609,024
230,976

603
603

-

215, 237

92,830

603

32,912

2,343

_

500,000

603

248,149

468, 323

840,000

202, 250

230, 700

197, 377

200, 250

231, 421

10, 995
120, 265

202, 250

1,000,000

345,468

200,000

Executive
603
603
202, 250

Bureau of the Budget:
Salaries and expenses
-. Printing and binding
__
National defense activities
Special services and publications, war information
Transferred from Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State
_
.

603
603
603
603

Office of Government Reports:
Salaries
Office of Wai Mobilization and Reconversion: Salaries
and expenses
War Information:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding

Total, Executive Office of the President (excluding
Office for Emercencv Management)

230,700

328, 637

545,718

431, 421

3, 623,483
139,000

3,254,608
122, 000

3, 292, 000
175,000

3, 367,162
149, 742
11, 548
34, 448

3, 228, 577
121, 497

3, 280,149
173, 625

35, 420

38,108

29, 297

1,310

3, 762,483

152
603

3,376, 608

3, 467, 000

3, 598,320

3, 389, 492

3, 483, 071

275,000

350,000

400,000

147,686

240,000
348,376

376,624

105,000
750,000

202,500
4,350,000

230,140

15,000

230,140

15,000

7,033,470

10, 733, 228

626

603
051
051

603

200,000
4, 500,000

49,500

13,463

230,000

603

66,326

603
603

169,005
3,044

Total, Office of Government Reports
War Refugee Board:
Salaries and expenses
Emergency fund for the President, national defense,
allotment
Miscellaneous: Claims and judgments

202, 250

151

_,-

Citizens Food Committee: Relief to countries devasted by
war
Council of Economic Advisers: Salaries and expenses
Committee for Congested Production Areas: Salaries and
expenses
National Security Council: Salaries and expenses
National Security Resources Board: Salaries and expenses..

49,500

251,838

230,000

152

265

152
610

1,121
253,816

5,247,893

* Excludes Government corporations shown in the concluding section of this table.




1,000,000 —

603

Total, Executive Mansion and grounds

Total, Bureau of the Budget

500, 000

5,686,358

10,842,312

5,745,509

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 ^Estimate, 1949

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF T H E P R E S I D E N T AND
I N D E P E N D E N T OFFICES—Continued
Eiecatire Office of the President—Continued
Office for Emergency Management:
Salaries and expenses
Working fund
Emergency fund for the President, national defense,
allotmentCommittee on Fair Employment Practice: Salaries and
expenses..
Council of National Defense
._
Division of Central Administrative Services: Salaries
and expenses.—
Foreign Economic Administration:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses, Board of Economic WarfareExpenses, disposal agencies, Surplus Property Administration, Office of War Mobilization and
Keconversion, allotment
_
Penalty mail costs
_
.__
Foreign service pay adjustment
_

603
603

• $334,997
171,943

603

•541

551
055

16,268
3

610

1,097

151
151

824,465
1,820

610
151
151

21,797
• 112
•1,601

Total, Foreign Economic Administration
Office of Civilian Defense:
Salaries and expenses
Civilian defense, Office for Emergency ManagementWorking fund

846,369

•140
• 6, 595
2,679

610
610
610

Total, Office of Civilian Defense
Office of Defense Transportation:
Salaries and expenses
Defense aid, services and expenses, allotment
Emergency fund for the President, national defense,
allotment
_

• 4,056
= = = r =

455
055
455

Total, Office of Defense Transportation..
Office of Inter-American Affairs: Salaries and expenses..
Office of Scientific Research and Development:
Salaries and expenses
__
Expenses of liquidation
Emergency fund for the President, national defense,
allotment
_
Defense aid, services and expenses, allotment
.
Working fund.
Special account: Defense aid, special fund, allotments
_
National Defense Research Committee emergency fund
for the President, War, allotment

723,900

Civilian Production Administration:
Salaries and expenses
_
Emergency fund for the President, national
defense, allotment.
,
Transferred from: Veterans' housing, National
Housing Agency
Claims and judgments
Total, Civilian Production Administration...
• Excess of credits, deduct.




400,000

304
304

$144,206

8,710

566,607

452,916

•449..

151

623,800

2,576,318
90,000

304
055
304

3,633
1, 272,606
2, 357, 757

055
055

300,500
79,500

30, 756
•144

Total, Office of Scientific Research and Development
Office of Temporary Controls:
Salaries and expenses.

$400,000

629,709
11,393
« 74,495

$723,900

623,800

90,000

6,240,926

503

503

400,000

1,800,000
18,000,000

14,539,482

70,000

•78

503
251
503

20,000

294,864

14,000

14,834,268

84,000

187
18,000,187

$179,269

A41

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

EXECUTIVE OFFICE O F T H E P R E S I D E N T AND
I N D E P E N D E N T OFFICES—Continued

603

1,386
200,000

503

32,508

108,051,752

103,714,650

503
503

$200,000

997
284

603

103,715,931

200,000

725,000

596,721

7,000

102,041

610
551

6,201
180,078

3,300

603

80,146

5,000

603

3,189

603

212

603

110,146

603

•5

!
!
!
!

600

725,000

Philippine Alien Property Administration..

1,078,729

15,900

126,976,939

Total, Office of Temporary Controls

119,661,436

2,099,900

0)

0)

$179,269

0)

055
055

455,745
1,258

055

107
457,110

Total, Office of War Information
War Manpower Commission:
Apprentice training service:
Salaries and expenses, apprentice training service
Apprentice training service, national defense

!

!

Total, Office of War Mobilization and
Reconversion
__

Office of War Information:
Salaries and expenses
Foreign service pay adjustment
Emergency fund for the President, national defense,
allotment

!

603

!

108,051,752

Total, Office of Price Administration
Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion:
_
Salaries and expenses
Administrative expenses, Office of Premium
Price Plan ..
Salaries and expenses:
Surplus Property Administration
Guaranteed-annual-wa^e plans
Emergency fund for the President, national
-.
.
defense, allotment _
Office of Contract Settlement:
Salaries and expenses
Emergency fund for the President, national
defense, allotment
Office of Economic Stabilization:
Salaries and expenses
Emergency fund for the President, national

$31,122

603

Total, Office of Economic Stabilization
Office of Price Administration:
Salaries and expenses
.
..
Salaries and expenses, local war price and
rationing boards .Emergency fund for the President, national
defense, allotment

$200,000

!

Executire Office of the President—Continued
Office for Emergency Management—Continued
Office of Temporary Controls—Continued
Office of Economic Stabilization:
_._
Salaries and expenses. _
Emergency fund for the President, national
defense, allotment

552

27,433
5,222

• Excess of credits, deduct.
* Expenditures are made from funds carried in checking accounts with commercial banks. Limitations on the use of such funds for administrative expenses are as follows: 1947,
$269,500; 1948, $440,000, and 1949, $440,000.




A42

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

EXECUTIVE OFFICE O F T H E PRESIDENT AND
I N D E P E N D E N T OFFICES—Continued
Executive Office of the President—Continued
Office for Emergency Management—Continued
War Manpower Commission—Continued
Employment office facilities and services
„
Grants to States
Selecting, testing, and placement, defense
workers, national defense
Selecting, testing, and placement, defense
workers, Social Security Board, national defense—Salaries and expenses, employment services.
Training-within-industry service..

552
552

$279
32

552

6

552
552
552

« 27
43
102

Total./War Manpower Commission.

33,090

• Total Office for Emergency Management.

$128,324,639

$490,000

Total, Executive Office of the President

133,572,532

6,176,358

2.431, 708,000
(*)
<•)

400,000,000
(8)
(*)
500,000

Funds appropriated to the President: •
Assistance to Greece and Turkey
.
Payments, Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946
Atomic energy, executive.
Defense aid, liquidation lend-lease program
_
Permanent appropriation (indefinite): Defense aid, special
fund (special account)
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
Foreign aid.
_
Overtime, leave, and holiday compensation._
Relief assistance to war-devastated countries-.
Surplus property, care and handling overseas.
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration,
liquidation
..

153
055
406
055
055
055
152
610
152
610

Civil Service Commission:
Salaries and expenses
_
Salaries and expenses (national defense)
Panama Canal construction annuity fund
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allotmentCivil-service retirement and disability appropriated fund...
Canal Zone retirement and disability appropriated fund
Alaska Railroad retirement and disability appropriated
fund
Working fund _ _
_
Claims and judgments
Total, Civil Service Commission

.

$179,269

133,400,315

9,986, 286

10,912,497

« «100,000,000

$10,842,312

$2,952,816

a 200,403,350
a 26,000,000

* 75,000,000
3 3,000,000

400,000

46, 895, 513

540, 000, 000
(8)
332,000,000
35,348,000

18, 576,154
375,000,000

165,000,000

° 75,000,000

118,051,000

25,000,000

« 128,104,487

738,030. 504

268,000,000

9

(10)

2,457, 459,395

1,308, 248,000

233,440

312,000
50.000

355,000
"1,000,000

138,225

314, 566
30,000

355,000
970,000

233, 440

610
610

Total, American Battle Monuments Commission
American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in War Areas: Salaries and expenses
_
_
Atomic Energy Commission: Salaries and expenses

20,000,000

152

Total, funds appropriated to the President
American Battle Monuments Commission:
Salaries and expenses
Construction of memorials and cemetaries

5, 751, 395
(7)

127,654,806

362,000

1,355,000

138, 225

344,566

!l, 325,000

"625,000,000

5,314
170,211,260

455,724,419

660,000,000

18,101,041

24,658, 509

2,078,603

2,259,098

244,000,000
1,177,000

259.000,000
1,177,000

610
406

*2 175,000,000

(IS)

610
610
201

13,080, 500

15, 500,000

» 2, 222, 743

1,910,000

2, 259,098

610
605
610

220,100,000
1,177,000

244,000,000
1,177,000

259,000,000
1,177,000

217,000

217,000

217,000

217,000
283
12

217,000

217,000

236,797,243

262,804, 000

287, 598,098

236, 575,045

265, 573, 644

287,311,607

610
610
610

$2,508,550

2,508,550

24,945,000

12, 978,608 •
16,148
2,086,466
« 472
220,100,000
1,177,000

g

=

• Excess of credits, deduct.
• Advance from Reconstruction Finance Corporation which was repaid in 1948.
3 Unallocated balances to be expended by receiving agencies,
w Excludes reappropriation of $1,900,000.
4
11
Excludes reappropriation of $368,949,968.
Excludes $2,000,000 contract authorization.
« Excludes reappropriation of $5,500,000.
»2 Excludes $250,000,000 contract authorization.
6
3
Expenditures from allocations made prior to Nov. 1, 1947, are shown under the
» Excludes $200,000,000 contract authorization.
various agencies to which the funds are allocated.
« Excludes $400,000,000 contract authorization and includes $325,000,000 to liquidate
' Reappropriation of $5,000,000.
prior contract authorizations.
8 Prior year balances continued available.
M Excludes reappropriation of $36,087.




A43

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
;ional
code
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948

Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
upplementals

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND
INDEPENDENT OFFICES—Continued
Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the
Government: Salaries and expenses
_
District of Columbia Redevelopment Land Agency

$660,000
1,425,000

$90,000
1,975,000

$6,031,261
22, 111
109,391

6,226,447
39,000
15,095

6,442,398
39,600

1,553
11

887

2,700

$750,000

603
610

$3,400,000
1

Federal Communications Commission:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
--Salaries and expenses (national defense)
Transferred from: Cooperation with the American Republics Department of State
Claims and judgments
Permanent appropriation, indefinite: Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special
account)

- --

$6,211,900
25,000

6,500,000
40,000

162

458

14,763

10,000

15,000

5,973

18,700

15,000

6,251,825

6,250,000

6, 555, 000

6,170,300

6,300,129

6,499,698

1,320,000
90,000

Federal Power Commission:
- - - Salaries and expenses
Flood-control surveys
.
_.
National defense activities
_ __ - .
_,
-.
Printing and binding
«
Ppnplty mail r»nsts
Permanent appropriations, indefinite:
Payments to States under Federal Power Act (special
account)
Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special account)
Working fund

$1,050,000

2, 940, 000
150,000

2, 247, 200
50,000

2, 770,000
120,000

1,410,000

551
551

Total, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service

Total, Federal Power Commission

6,200,000
40,000

151
458

„

Total, Federal Communications Commission.._
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service:
Salaries and expenses
Expenses, board of inquiry
- - --.

458
458
458

1,050,000

3,090,000

2,297,200

2,890,000

35,000

3,820,000
340,000

3,392,492
259, 585
1,166
43,152
6,622

3, 590,272
294,883

3,806,125
340,780

54, 517
4,511

56,970
5,000

24,305

23,906

25,200

503
401
503
503
503

3,390,000
259,000

3,590,000
266,500

50,000
6,000

54,000
7,500

60,000

401

23,906

25,200

26,300

503
401

450

._

7,262
4,246,300

3, 734,584

3,968,089

4,234,075

3,920,000
55,000

2,693,159
43,974
2,724

2,876,000
50,000

3,762,000
55,000

2,926,000

3,817,000

1,350

20,100

37,626,740
1,573,132
279,865

34,087,990
2,094,386
431,146

31,664,355
1,712, 000
100,000

353

260,183

275,038

253,000

19,017
8,400
138
74

22,120

23,645

CJlfvJTns and judgments

353
353
055
604

Permanent appropriation, indefinite: Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special
account)

604

36,910,680

33,753,000

Federal Trade Commission:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
Working fund
Salaries and expenses, Office of Price Administration, functions
Permanent appropriation, indefinite: Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special
account)

3,729,356

503
503
503

General Accounting Office:
Salaries
Miscellaneous expenses
Printing and binding, . _ . .
Transferred from:
Conservation and use of agricultural land resources,
Department of Agriculture
Administration of Sugar Act of 1937, Department of
Agriculture
Parity payments, Department of Agriculture
Defense aid, administrative expenses, allotment

Total, General Accounting Office




2,800,120
50,000

2,900,120
55,000

35,000

85,380

503

503

Total, Federal Trade Commission
Filipino Rehabilitation Commission: Expenses, Filipino Rehabilitation Commission

3,943,200

328
2,850,448

2,955,120

3,975,000

2,825, 237

155

604
604
604

38,000,000
2,000,000
300,000

34,500,000
~ 1,717,000
300,000

31,429,000
1,732,000

*

488
40,300,488

36,517,000

33,161,000

39,767,549

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
Actual, 1947
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

EXPENDITURES

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF T H E PRESIDENT AND
I N D E P E N D E N T OFFICES—Continued
Housing Expediter:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses, Office of Rent Control
Total, Housing Expedi er

_

_

253
503

$4,078,422
18,326,724

$1,200,000

7,629,123

22,405,146

1,200,000

602

Interstate Commerce Commission:
_ . _ _
General expenses
Railroad safety
_ ______
Locomotive inspection
Printing and binding
Penalty mail costs
Salaries and expenses (national defense)
Transferred from: Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State
Working fund
Permanent appropriation, indefinite: Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special
account)
_

$15,000

150,000

$172, 000

12, 502

112,475

167,695

455
455
455
455
455
455

8,868,100
868,500
587,100
175,000
24,000

9,000,000
908,000
605,000
200,000
30, 000

9,466,000
908,000
615, 000
205,000
35,000

8, 760, 590
839, 273
582,361
155, 597
30, 467
17,093

8,949,304
903,136
603,306
151,846
27,429
423

9,400,000
903,000
609,000
185,000
30,000

3,111

1,500

10,638,555

11,128, 500

151
455

1,727
15 308

455

_. _ .

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics:
Salaries and expenses _
Printing and binding
^_
Construction and equipment-.
_
Construction and equipment, Langley Field, Va
Ames Aeronautical Laboratory
_
_.
Aircraft engine research laboratory
Transferred from: Community facilities, defense public
works, Federal Works Agency.._
Working fund._
Claims and judgments
Permanent appropriation, indefinite: Payments from pro. ceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special
fund)
_

National Archives:
Salaries and expenses
_> _ _
Printing and binding
Transferred from:
Cooperation with the American Republics, Department
of State
Cultural relations with China and neighboring countries and countries of the Near East and Africa, Department of StateWorking funds
Permanent appropriation, indefinite: Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special
account).

1,500

1,500

10,744, 500

11, 230, 500

206

454
454
454
454
454
454
254
454
454
454

9,000

27, 540,000
75,000
18 2,990,000

33,490,000
80,000
i« 2,400,000
5, 805,000

» 108,000

1,674,000

37,900,000
95,000
1710,000,000

9,000
26,447,383
23,888
2,177,781
741,456
4,097,171
21,618
1 676 060
28

(20)

32,000,000
94,400
1,700,000
3,000,000
100 000
3,200,000

36,905,000
90,000
6,000,000
4,500,000
1,500,000

400
2 399 600

5,000

5,000

4,710

5,600

5,000

30,719,904

43,454,000

48,000,000

35,190,095

42,500,000

49,000,000

1, 267,052
7,659

1, 241, 205
18,055

1,378,000
25,000

151

2,868

6,230

5,000

151
610

2,500
• 7,395

11,101

1,272,684

1,276,591

153

610
610

610

261

1,226,335
15,000

1,241,335
20,000

1,380,000
23,500

498
1,241,833

1,261,335

• Excess of credits, deduct.
w Excludes $2,143,000 contract authorization.
-' Excludes $18,200,000 contract authority and $2,143,000 to liquidate prior contract authorizations.
is Excludes reappropriation of $3,371.
19 Excludes reappropriation of $2,352.
20
Reappropriation of $1,848.




10,402,416

6,904

Total, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. . .
National Advisory Council on International Monetary and Financial Problems: Emergency fund for the President, national
defense, allotment

1,772
10, 524, 472

Total, Interstate Commerce Commission

Total, National Archives

$5,274,667
2,354,456

22,199,000

_

Indian Claims Commission: Salaries and expenses

Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin.

$4,125,000
18,074,000

1,403,500

1,408,000

A45

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

EXPENDITURES

1948
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND
INDEPENDENT OFFICES—Continued
National Capital Housing Authority:
Maintenance and operation of title I properties
_..
Penalty mail costs
Transferred from Community facilities, defense public
works, Federal Works Agency.__
Emergency fund for the President: Defense housing, temporary shelter, maintenance, etc. (special fund)
National defense housing, operation, maintenance, etc.
(special fund)
Checking account (net)

251
251

$18, 550
500

$21,300
750

$18,984
1,192

$23,400
1,300

$23,800
1,115

59

254

° 80,147

251
a

251
251

Total, National Capital Housing Authority..

$20,932
798

351, 522

104,655
284,162

164,86S

19,050

22,050

24,700

119,595

538,120

24,915

867,750

279,000
75,000

1,735,000
61,500

353,929

850,760
58,665

2,425, 000
75,335

867,750

354,000

1,796,500

353,929

909,425

2,500,335

1,000,000
3,750,000
900,000
24,700
300,000

9,400,000
3,372,720
967,531
8,266
175,031
80, 529
1,237

5,250, 505
118,445
111, 663
5,729
87,922
2,224
46

9,222,295

3,375,000
895,000
20,500
163,000

4,453,500

5,974, 700

9,400,000

4,605,314

5, 576, 534

9, 244, 618

551
551
551
551

316,000
700
170,800
3,000

328,700
700
119,000
9,000

332,100
750
100,000
7,500

302, 545
525
113,308
2,954

324,395
681
120,189
8,826

332,100
700
100, 500
7,500

551
551

299,000
39,000

367,000
45,000

374,200
48,000

277,057
27,122

367,149
67,863

374, 000
48,000

828, 500

869,400

862,550

723, 511

National Capital Park and Planning Commission:

National Capital Park and Planning Commission
District of Columbia redevelopment
--

-

610
610

Total, National Capital Park and Planning Commission.
National Labor Relations Board:

Salaries and expenses -._ _ .
Salaries .Miscellaneous expenses,
Penalty mail costs
Printing and binding
Salaries and expenses (national defense)
Salaries and expenses, War Labor Disputes Act

551
551
551
551
551
551
551

Total, National Labor Relations Board

1,877
20,446

National Mediation Board:

Salaries and expenses
Penalty mail costs
Arbitration and emergency boards
Printing and binding
_.
National Railroad Adjustment Board:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding

..

Total, National Mediation Board

889,103

862,800

Office of Censorship:

Salaries and expenses
Emergency fund for the President, national defense allotment

458

8,701

458

226

Total, Office of Censorship
Office of Selective Service Records: Salaries and expenses, and
liquidation of Selective Service System
Office of Strategic Services:
Salaries and expenses
Emergency fund, for the President national defense, allotment
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allotment to Coordinator of Information

8,927

055

055
055

Total Petroleum Administration for War

* Excess of credits, deduct.




4,250,000

3,195,000

4, 605,658
a

6,303
»28

055

Total, Office of Strategic Services
Petroleum Administration for War:
Salaries and expenses
Protection of petroleum resources and facilities
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allotment

5,103,000

• 6,372

055
055

8,242
077

055
8,163

8, 798, 571

3, 500,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Func;ional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Actual

Anticipated
upplementals

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF T H E PRESIDENT AND
I N D E P E N D E N T OFFICES—Continued
Philippine War Damage Commission:
Salaries and expenses
Transferred from: Philippine rehabilitation, Department of
. .
State
Emergency Fund for the President, national defense, allot_
_
_
ment

$904,733

$51,247,642

$122,696,310

155

1,727,640

16,000,000

26,107,855

155

5,362
67,247,642

148,804,165

155

Total, Philippine War Damage Commission

10,000,000

Price Decontrol Board: Salaries and expenses

3,997,000
852,000
40, 000
89,000
298,233,000

4, 560,000
1,046,000
53,000
62,000
685, 072, 000

3, 500, 000
844,000
54,000
32, 000
637,986,000

3, 780,650
454, 501
25, 962
101,394
298,463, 000

4,430,920
693, 902
51,837
31,125
758,488,000

3, 510,000
598,487
49,864
42,000
574, 570,000

202

14,173,493

14, 200,000

14, 700,000

13, 630, 539

14, 841,482

13, 738, 730

704, 993,000

657,116, 000

316,456,043

778, 537, 266

592, 509,081

5,488, 700
45,000

5,688,700
50,000

5,906,000
94,000

5,448,590
44,489
43

5, 622, 515
74,055

5,984,000
74,000

5,738,700

6,000,000

5,493,122

5,696, 570

6,058,000

25,029,199
50

262

25,029,249

262

1, 665,195

1,783, 500

2,160,800

119,833

118, 500

125,401

18,010
7,566

27,000

939,929
12,084

966,180

17,033

1,700

60,000

60,000

46, 608

°3

201

501
501
501

501

1,046
5,534,746

055
055

Total, Selective Service System

27,750,000

27,750,000

Smithsonian Institution:
Salaries and expenses
303
Transferred from—
Cooperation with the American Republics, Department
of State-.
151
Salaries and expenses, Office of the Secretary, Department of the Interior
_
610
Working fund, Smithsonian Institution
303
Working fund, Smithsonian Institution (special fund)
303
National Gallery of Art:
_
_
Salaries and expenses, National Gallery of Art
303
Working fund, National Gallery of Art
303
Transferred from Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State
151
Permanent appropriations:
Expenses of Smithsonian Institution, interest account. _ 303
National Gallery of Art, trust fund, interest on permanent loan
- * ______ _
.303

1, 632,912

1,800,312

2,190,000

« 15,206
°4,500
883,920

60,000

949,426

60,000

966,000

60,000

878,370
16, 965

60,000

503
503

200, 000

200,000

200,000

200,000

200,000

200,000

2, 776, 832

_

Tariff Commission:
,
„.
Salaries and expenses. _,.- _ . . _ _
Printing and binding
_
Transferred from Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State
.
. . .
Working fund
Permanent appropriation, indefinite: Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special
account)




2,63V, 735

'317,384,493

Selective Service System:
Salaries and expenses
Claims and judgments

• Excess of credits, deduct.

96, 000, 000

201
201
201
201
201

Total, Securities and Exchange Commission

Total, Tariff Commission

70, 000,000

$95,000,000

250,000

_

Securities and Exchange Commission:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
Working fund
Permanent appropriation, indefinite: Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special
account)

Total, Smithsonian Institution

$70,000,000

503

Railroad Retirement Board:
Salaries
_.
Miscellaneous expenses Printing and binding
_ __
._ _
Penalty mail costs.
_
.
Railroad retirement appropriated account
Permanent appropriation (indefinite, special accounts):
Railroad unemployment insurance administration fund.
Acquisition of service and compensation data prior to
Jan. 1,1937
Total, Railroad Retirement Board

$10,000,000

3,009. 738

3,416,000

2,920. 657

3,156, 622

3,541,081

1,099,000
10,000

1,128,349
20,000

1,180,000
20,000

1,102, 853
10,108

1,135,831
14,703

1,167,000
21,000

7,432
1,720

4,515

3,700

1,122,113

1,165,460

151
503

503

8,228

2,183

1,117, 228

1,150, 532

10, 411
1,200,000

1,191,700

A47

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Func
tional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948

Actual

Recommended,

Anticipated
supplemental

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

1949

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND
INDEPENDENT OFFICES—Continued
The Tax Court of the United States:
Salaries and expenses Printing and binding

_

Total, the Tax Court of the United States
Thomas Jefferson Memorial Commission
United States Maritime Commission:
Construction fund, act of June 29, 1936, revolving fund
Construction fund _.
_
Salaries and expenses
Maritime training.
.
_.
_____'.._
State marine schools.
War Shipping Administration functions, revolving fund
Operations of functions of War Shipping Administration
(special account, indefinite).
Salaries and general administrative expenses, liquidation of
functions, War Shipping Administration
Vessel operating functions _ _
Liquidation of War Shipping Administration obligations,
Treasury Department
Marine and war-risk insurance fund, revolving fund
Emergency ship construction fund . . _
Federal ship-mortgage insurance fund, revolving fund
Defense aid _ _
Working fund
Transferred from:
Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Department of State
Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration,
special fund
Defense aid (lend-lease) allotment to War Shipping
\ dministration
Defense aid, special fund, allotment to War Shipping
Administration
Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administration, allotment
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, allotment....
Foreign service pay 'adjustment
Working fund, War Shipping Administration functions
Claims and judgments
Permanent appropriation, indefinite: Payments from
proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special
account)

$754,700
17, 500

$754, 700
17, 500

$696, 036
11,908

$743,800
17,500

$753,500
17,500

772,200

772,200

707,944

761,300

771,000

25,110

1,148

610

« 200,461,674

451
451
451
451
451
451
451




VIII

8,500,000
260,000

69, 289, 594

21 75,419,121
6,868,000
400,000

7,320,000
450,000

144, 519, 559

22

89,890, 513
4, 650, 000

451
451
451
451
055
054

123, 772, 541

18, 000,000

4, 530,000
11,000, 000

205, 000
36,000,000

200,000,000

85,000
19,738,000

38,824,000

50,000,000

30,000,000

14, 532,564
• 1,239,358
a
50
2,555,091
251,070,292

209
50,000,000
37,491, 575

7, 042, 771

155

40,163

237,282

112,024

610

1,426,800

055

346,224,193

055

8,920, 220

610

389, 572

152
451
451
451

225,857

285,236,918
67
• 113,378
2,682

451

1,436

700

144, 746,852

302,311, 213

937, 736, 415
7,000,000
3, 500,000

898,040, 780
7,000,000
3,900,000
26, 500
3 100 000
2,171,915,000
3,719,860,000
11,150,000

104
104
104
104
104
101
103
102
101
104
104

2,146,665,000
4,365, 223,000
5, 597, 500
147,442, 500
4,000, 000

(23)

1,633,741

15,000,000

60,275

2,136
121,511,121

614,257, 766

432,037,759

228, 694, 726

936. 771,000
4,148,000
3,600,000
15,000

864, 662,694
4,079, 938
2,099,044

869,035,143
6, 267, 800
3,105,779
15,000

914,172, 212
4, 524,000
3. 501, 900
15,000

1,948,. 000,000
1,918,905,000
9,096,000

1,929, 226,490
3, 641,126r 120
11,066,945
•36
18, 583,925
4,000,000

2,055, 205, 574
3, 279,636, 452
11,371, 080

2,104, 571, 859
2, 528.115, 541
10, 498, 888

(IB)

(J5)

20,082,931

24

965,000

« Excess of credits, deduct.
& Excludes $15,320,000 contract authorization.
• 2 Excludes reappropriation of $27,629,965.
2
23 Contract authorization of $338,250,000.
2i Excludes contractual authority of $43,000,000 and includes $230,000,000 to liquidate prior contract authorizations.
25 Expenditures are made from funds carried in checking accounts with commercial banks.
770000—48

15,607,131
202, 242
« 179,425,303

65, 649,931
64, 335,000
6,850,000
500,000

129, 550,000

$259 931

451
451

Total, United States Maritime Commission
Veterans' Administration:
Salaries and expensesPointing and binding
Penalty mail costs
Federal tort claims
Administrative facilities
Army and Navy pensions Readjustment benefits
Military and naval insurance
Military and naval family allowance
Hospital and domiciliary facilities
Operation of canteens
\
Operation of canteens, revolving fund

$696,800
15,000
711, 800

604
604

230,000,000

50,000,000

112,000,000
(»)

A48

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
i'uncional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Actual

Anticipated
upplementals

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

EXECUTIVE OFFICE O F T H E P R E S I D E N T AND
I N D E P E N D E N T OFFICES—Continued
Veterans' Administration—Continued
Adjusted service and dependent pay..
National service life insurance appropriated fund
_.
Vocational rehabilitation, revolving fund
Vocational rehabilitation
Soldiers' and sailors' civil relief
Automobiles and other conveyances for disabled veterans..
Veterans' miscellaneous benefits
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allotment
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts
-Working fund
Permanent appropriations:
Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled
vehicles, etc. (special account) (indefinite)
Relief of Mary L. Dickson
_-..
.Total, Veterans' Administration

_

103
102
104
104
103
104
103

30,000,000

$62,217,000

$49,320,000

833,000
5,000,000
85,449,800

65,000

$7,392
828,463,923
204,390
«120
307,459
21,798,153

51,883,000

$49,320,000
« 146,663

855,469
8,801,847
70,658,062

505,563
900,000
66,674,738

54,575
1,126
475,659

610
610
610
610

8,512
240

42,000
240

42,000
240

280

42,000
280

42,000
240

8,352,918,167

104
104

6,969,499,320

5,151,845, 240

7,325,362,666

6,498,899,577

5,794,695,278

510,000,000

257,149,270

351,888,019
40,146
19,286,934
30,933

313,606,000
9,000
6,172,063

45,754,270

•148

610

1,485,055

152
Special account: Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets
Administration

$4,290
143,026,345
343,096

182,119
4,609
< 450,659
•

104
104
104

_.

War Assets Administration:
Salaries and expenses (special fund)..
Salaries and expenses __ _ _
Expenses, disposal agencies
Federal property utilization program
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allot-.
ment
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration,

$705, 245,000
500,000

49,778,816

Total, War Assets Administration

510,000,000

257,149,270

16,539,431

421,024,700

610

337,811,549

45,754,270

9,743,107,542

8,181,893,141

=======
Miscellaneous accounts:
Supplies, materials, etc., FederaLReserve Board
Supplies, materials, etc., customs receipts, Virgin Islands..
Supplies, materials, etc., Puerto Rico tariff fund

601
610
610

199
29
739

Total, miscellaneous accounts
— —
Total
Anticipated supplemental appropriation not itemized above:
Office for Emergency Management: Office of Defense
Transportation, salaries and expenses
Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Funds appropriated to the President:
Anti-inflation controls (allocation, inventory, rationing,
price, and wage).
. .
European recovery program
Other foreign aid
Surplus property disposal
Independent offices:
Federal Communications Commission: Construction of
,..
facilities
Housing Expediter, Office of Rent Control
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics: Supersonic research facilities
National Commission Against Discrimination in Employment
National Science Foundation
_
Veterans' Administration: Philippine veterans' benefits.
Universal training
Total, Executive Office of the President and independent
offices
• Excess of credits, deduct.
» Excludes $30,000,000 contract authorization.




967
12, 308,157,854 10,208,318,636

$23,676,481

7,092,177,021

455

31,000

593,000

10,000

585,000

503
153
153
610

24,000,000
6,800,000,000
300,000,000

85,000,000

20,000,000
500,000,000
60,000,000

80,000,000
4,000,000,000
440,000,000
94,000,000

458
503

4,000,000

450,000,000
105,000,000

200,000
30,000,000

9,244, 733,828

3,600,000

200,000
28,400,000

454

2« 10,000,000

2,000,000

552
304
155
055

600,000
15,000,000
16,200,000
500,000,000

500,000
5,000,000
16,200,000
400,000,000

12,308,157,854 10,208,318,636

7,151,707,481

8,304,770,021

9,244,733,828 10,326,717,542

13,248,778,141

A49

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY
American Printing House for the Blind:
To promote the education of the blind
Permanent appropriation: Education of the blind, interest
fund

302

$115,000

$115,000

$115,000

$1}5,000

$115,000

$115,000

302

10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

125,000

125,000

125,000

125,000

125,000

125,000

1,500,000

1,316,200

1,485,000

1,329,910

1,465,000

14,600,000

10,250,000

1,681,747
263
14,891,740

12,184,763

10,800,000

38,000
17,500

1,200
1,800

Total, American Printing House for the Blind
Bureau of Employees' Compensation:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses, military bases (national defense)
Employees' compensation fund... _ _ _
Transferred from:
Travel expenses, Federal Security Agency
Printing and binding, Federal Security Agency
Wage accruals..

202
202
202

Food and Drug Administration:
Salaries and expenses
Certification services
Certification and inspection services (special account, indefinite)
Transferred from:
Travel expenses, Federal Security Agency
Printing and binding, Federal Security Agency
Working fund

221,800
7,500

1, 500,000

206
206
206

12,285,000

17,070,814

13,570,173

12,268,000

259,500

282,400

269,579
7,500

264,500

282,400

259,500

282,400

277,079

264,500

282,400

3,498,500
347,000

4,000, 000
531,000

4,750,000

3,835,019
312,126

3,886,109
465,094

4,637,482
86,831
574,400

170,914
23,999
• 25,408

177,954
29, 627
36,878

38,355
18,200
• 1,000

875,100

206
206
206

_

_

.._

_ _
_

3,845,500

._ .

206
206
206

Total, Freedmen's Hospital
.
_
_

_
__.

302
302
302
302
302

5,625,100

4,316,650

4,595,662

5,354,268

1,311,500

2,192,000

2,205,000

1,222, 512
•55
2,723

2,119,003

2,131,367

2,192,000

2,205,000

1,225,180

2,119,003

2,131,367

2,045,400

2,190,400

2,027,425
80,711
12,304
316,892
400,000

2,215,040

1,254.244
277,263
13,669

70,000
3,507,240

2, 747, 640

1, 545,176

2,837,332

5,792,280

29,301, 739
30, 000
105, 000

13,358,651
30,000
97,652

19,330,457
30,000
100,000

27,951,739
30,000
100,000

2,480,000

2,480,000

2,480,000

2,480,000

1,217,064
258,830
1,377,920

220,000
1 2,022,080

2,853,814

4, 287,480

301
301
301

14,200, 000
30, 000
105, 000

17,750, 000
30, 000
105,000

301

2,480,000

2,480,000

„__

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

4,531,000

1,311,500

Total, Food and Drug Administration

« Excess of credits, deduct.
1 Excludes contract authorizations: 1948, $2,087,675; 1949, $750,750.
2
Contract authorization of $1,640,000.




11, 566,200

229,300

302
302

Total, Columbia Institution for the Deaf

Total, Howard University

497,064
16,100,000

Columbia Institution for the Deaf:
Salaries and expenses
Plans and specifications

Howard University:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries
Expenses .
Plans and specifications
Construction of buildings

10,800,000

202
202
202

Total, Bureau of Employees' Compensation

Freedmen's Hospital:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries
..
_
Miscellaneous expenses

$1,500,000

(')

1,583,942

50,000
i 507,240

A50

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

EXPENDITURES

1948

Actual

Anticipated
supplemental?

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY—Continued
O^Sce of Education—Continued
Salaries and expenses
301
Salaries
301
General expenses
301
_
_. 301
Library service and research
Services for the blind _ _ _
__ _
302
Salaries and expenses, vocational education
301
Food conservation
301
Transferred from:
Cooperation with the American Republics, Depart_ _.
ment of State
151
Travel expenses, Federal Security Agency
_
301
Printing and binding, Federal Security Agency
301
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
301
Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, allotment (special fund)
610
Education and training, defense workers (national defense). 552
Visual aids for war training (national defense)
552
Salaries and expenses (national defense)
301
Permanent appropriations:
Colleges for agriculture and the mechanic arts
_. 301
Promotion of vocational education, act of Feb. 23, 1917
(indefinite)
301
. . . 301
Working fund...
Total, Office of Education

1,337,000

325,939
108,000
70,000

480,000
29,000
24,000

328,646

26,354

8,000

2, 550,000

2,550,000

2, 550,000

2, 550,000

2,550,000

7,016,172

7,150,123

7,150,123

7,006,910
236,344

7,159,384
82,683

7,150,123

28,875,172

31,699,023

43,616,862

28,308,735

34,175,262

42,739,289

203

12,347, 800

18,000,000

21,475,000

12, 387,138

17,996,099

21,469,000

203
203

564, 300

550,000

710, 000

585, 531
20, 594

564,124
3,030

685,010

72,045
18,676

48,139
24, 257

15,000
17,000

1,583,942

203
203

„_

Public Health Service:
Control of venereal diseases
Control of venereal diseases (national defense)
Control of tuberculosis
Assistance to States, general, Public Health Service.
Control of communicable diseases,._
Preventing the spread of epidemic disease
Industrial hygiene..
.
_ .
Health and sanitation activities, war and defense areas
(national defense)
_. _
Control of malaria and diseases of tropical origin (national
defense)..
Administrative expenses, assistance for hospital construction
_ ...
Hospital and construction activities
__
_
Grants for hospital construction
Hospitals and medical care
Mental health activities
Working capital fund, narcotic hospitals
Foreign quarantine service.
Employee health service programs _
Operating expenses, National Institute of Health
Operating expenses, National Cancer Institute
Grants for research and training projects relating to cancer
_
Construction of research facilities
Pay, etc., commissioned officers
Training for nurses

12,912,100

206
206
206
206
206
206
206

18, 550,000

22,185,000

13, 083,984

18, 635, 649

22,186,010

16, 628, 000

17, 399, 500

17, 300, 000

8,000, 000
15, 682,300
7, 500,000

9,329,000
19, 774,000
7, 500,000

17,353,029
1,000
7, 864, 728
14,839,449
7, 531,891

17, 280,000

7,994,000
15,565,000
7,372,000

16, 988, 513
200,132
8,176,620
15, 277,148
6,576,378
1,094
9,675
115, 749

206
206
206
206
206
206
206
206
206
206
206
206
206
206

50,000

785,377

206

1,748,370
15,000,000
20, 550,000
3, 910, 500
a 61,300
2,434,300
404,710
10,072,866
7,425,365
4,538,000
500,000
6,383,234
4,760,000

1,352,000
2,350,000

8 865,000
15,000,000

3

20,354,900

20,000,000
4, 250,000

60,000,000
21,443,000
7,416,000

1,985,900
5, 966, 948
1, 772, 000

2,450, 000
300,000
10,126,000
14, 500,000

3,154,000
431,000
13, 570, 000
14, 000,000

5,318, 400
16,300,000

2, 650, 000
5, 750, 300
4, 500, 000

4

K 000 000
2,350,000
380,000

9, 208,000
19, 501,300
7, 564,000

12,000

1,051,286

206

• Excess of credits, deduct.
« Excludes $75,000,000 contract authorization and the appropriation is for liquidation of prior contract authorization.
* Excludes $25,630,000 contract authorization.




$1,918,073

2,550,000

___•_

Office of Vocational Rehabilitation:
Payments to States, Vocational Rehabilitation Act, as
amended
Salaries and expenses, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
Salaries and expenses, services for the blind, functions.
Transferred from:
Travel expenses, Federal Security Agency
Printing and binding, Federal Security Agency
Total, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation

$2,000,000

$1,589,928
140
1,200
25
10
350
10,500

179,990
« 325,974
126
15, 546

$1, 633,900

$1,174,965
24,294
10,222
1,051
630
22,911
1,110,980

162,486
91,759
80,151
41

$1,157,000

21,226,468
63,678
2, 225,956
6,031,433
1,426,173

5,046, 091
11,955,880

1,285, 000
685,378
60,000,000
21,143,000
7, 206,000
11, 900
3,129,000
513,164
13,455,000
8,261,936
4,145,000
150,000
2,345,000
395,197

A51

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title

Func
tiona
code
No.

1948

Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY—Continued
Public Health Service—Continued
Training for nurses, national defense.
Salaries and expenses
Miscellaneous and contingent expenses
_
_
___
Development of health facilities
Postwar planning
Office of international health relations.
__.
Philippine Islands, Public Health Service.
Office of Surgeon General:
Salaries and expenses, vital statistics
_ Salaries
Printing and binding, vital statistics
_
Penalty mail costs, vital statistics.
_
___
Transferred from Cooperation with the American Republics, Department of State
__.
Service and supply fund
Permanent appropriation (indefinite): Operation of commissaries, Division of Mental Hygiene (special account) . .
United Nations Relief and Rehabiliation Administration,
. ._
allotment
Transferred from:
Cooperation with the American Republics, Department
of State
Liquidation expenses, United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration
Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Department of State
Salaries and expenses, Immigration and Naturalization
Service
Community facilities, defense public works, Office of
Administrator, Federal Works Agency.-.
Medical and hospital service, penal institutions, Department of Justice
. _ _ . .
Printing and binding, Federal Security Agency
Maritime training fund, U. S. Maritime Commission..
Travel expenses, Federal Security Agency
Salaries and expenses, international commissions
Special and technical investigations, International Joint
Commission, United States and Canada
Expenses, division of venereal diseases
Emergency health and sanitation activities (national defense)
Pay of personnel and maintenance of hospitals
__
r
Expenses, division of mental hygiene..
...
Salaries and expenses, National Institute of Health.
Expenses, States relations division.
Maintenance, National Cancer Institute
Uniform allowances, regular and reserve commissioned
officers
Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administration,
allotment
Working fund
. Working fund, special fund

206
206
206
206
206
151
206

$370,437
«2, 054,950
1,307
192,274
42,162
232, 992
651,874

$1,000,000
3,525,471

206
206
206
206

777,450
285
6, 597
23, 296

100,000

151
206

40,917
15, 266

18,000
• 57, 734

2,000
5,000

76,862

76, 765

76,628

152

465,623

43,032

151

163,352

234,373

206

$3,600,000

259,043
290,700

75,535

275,000

. .

77,000

34,368
5,000
293,045
50,000

$4,121,000
2,000
296,650

11, 739

25,453
12,269

256,000

28,290

155

1,041,313

610

2

254

36,807

207
206
451
206
154

2,832,000

1,225,000

1,160, 751
227, 736
124, 608
1, 206,109

1,070,000
274,600
92,013
1, 060, 000
70,000

1,459,337
70, 000
111,855
210 000
29. 000

154
206

48, 999
3,085

17,681

206
206
206
206
206
206

287, 387
40, 819
2,287
15, 313
3,873
6,035

206

1,000

610
206
206

3,068
« 59,087
8,191

130, 636
33, 638

11,057
550

187,604,000

106, 431, 591

136, 287,042

184,166, 691

1,573,000
765,000
1, 750,000
307,000
163,000

1,669,448

1, 584, 533

1, 595, 245

1, 584, 533

1,595,245

206
206
206
206
206
206

117,925,100

3, 729,358

1,550,000

$15,000,000

2,639
12

206
3,729,358

1,550,000

° Excess credits, deduct.
8
Expenditures made under title "Salaries and miscellaneous expenses, Public Health'Service."




302, 000

77,000

104,164,051

Saint Elizabeths Hospital:
Salaries and expenses
Building for storeroom etc
Construction and equipment (infirmary buildings)
___
Construction planning
Major repairs and preservation of buildings and grounds
Continuous treatment building
Transferred from Printing and binding, Federal Security
Agency

$4,226,000

152

Total, Public Health Service

Total, Saint Elizabeths Hospital

$1,931,625

4,558,000

1,672,099

A52

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

?unciional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplementals

$625,000,000
1,150,000

$101,000,000

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY—Continued
Social Security Administration:
Grants to States for public assistance
Salaries, bureau of public assistance
Salaries and expenses, public assistance
Grants to States for unemployment compensation administration
Reconversion unemployment benefits for seamen
_
Salaries, bureau of employment security
Salaries and expenses, bureau of employment security
Salaries and expenses, bureau of old-age and survivors
insurance
Reimbursement to Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
Transferred from Cooperation with the American Republics,
Department of State
Children's bureau: 7
Salaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses, maternal and child welfare, Social
Security Act _ _ ._
Salaries and expenses, conference on children and youth.
Salaries and expenses, emergency maternity and infant
care
Grants to States under Social Security Act:
Emergency maternity and infant care (national
. _ _
defense)
Maternal and child welfare—,
„_.
Maternal and child health services
Services for crippled children
Child welfare services
Transferred from:
Department of Labor:
Contingent expenses
Traveling expenses
___
Printing and binding
Penalty mail costs
Salaries _
>
Salaries and expenses..
Cultural relations with China and the neighboring
countries and countries of the Near East and
Africa, Department of State.
_
_

203
203
203

$619,000,000
965,000

202
202
202
202

58,109,000

201

900,000

65,612,000
2,200,000
947, 500

73,650,000
750,000

6

375,000

6

700,000

• 277,000

59,681,922

65,617,072
2,200,000
964,714

73,650,000
750,000
40,000
1,082,630

1,180,845

700,000

277,000
2,974,000

2,974,000
66,416

64,659

124,300

395,326

432,000

1,464,629

690,831

755,028

50,000
73,000

10,953,331

2,830,000

10,655,746
7,412,677
1,796,952

11, 563,864
7,624,968
4,953,948

170,000
20,000,000
500,000
200,000
1,000,000

203
203
203
203
203
203

22,382
90, 885
87,588
3,331
15, 824
3,223

5,292
32,111
42,121
2,640

151

6,676

90

32,135,051

28,242,062

23,457,629

3,769,326
2,963,336

1,957,105
987,850

2,501,192
120,000
100,000

611,919
865, 290
106,175
« 4,439

555,900
338,381
15,546

60,000
120,000

903,458,000

747,457, 527

834,871,820

908,613,443

545,000

289,578
140,383

329,723
141,000

561,024
6,003

•3
324,128

293,500

721,469
114,036

369,069
101,435

11,000
425,000
441,010
32,004

431,000

203
206
203

425,000

1,600,000

750,000
75,000

279

206

206
206
206
206
203

3,000,000
22,000,000
6,885,000
4,597,500
2, 617,500

11,000,000
7,500,000
3,500,000

14,525,000
205
205
205

26,181,000

3,448,162
3,122,000

2,000,000
470,400

23,.675,000
2,632,000

205
205
205
205
700,444,162

610
610
610
610
610
610
610

724,260,900

195,659
126,000

330,000
139,850

279,617

294,400

615,765
70,000

337,600
65,000

101,000,000

430,000
304,000

• Excess of credits, deduct.
• Excludes authorization from "Old-age and survivors insurance trust fund": 1947, $26,708,100; 1948, $35,054,850; 1949, $37,819,000.
7
See also under Department of Labor.




$802,000,000
49,530
1,307,162

1,150,000

151

Total, Social Security Administration
Office of the Administrator:
Salaries, office of the Administrator
Salaries, division of personnel management
Salaries, division of personnel supervision and manage___
ment
Salaries, division of service operations
Salaries and expenses, division of service operations
Salaries, office of general counsel __
Miscellaneous expenses
_

$732,037,239
1,191,292

1,350,000

201

Total, children's bureau—
Salaries and expenses, office of the Commissioner
Salaries, consolidated operations
Miscellaneous expenses, Social Security Administration
Transferred from:
Printing and binding, Federal Security Agency ._
Travel expenses, Federal Security Agency
_
Working fund
_
_
__
Working fund, special fund

$644,044,551
1,089,461

947,674

$797,000,000

A53

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Func
tiona
code
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY-Conttnued
Office of the Administrator—Continued
Travel expenses
_
Printing and binding
Penalty mail costs
______
Civilian war assistance .
Civilian war benefits
.
Salaries and expenses, office of community war services
Expenses, temporary aid to enemy aliens and other restricted
persons
Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administration,
allotment
Transferred from:
Cooperation with the American Republics, Department
of S t a t e . . .
Salaries and expenses, office for emergency management
General administration, war manpower procurement
and assignment services—
Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special account
Defense aid services and expenses (lend-lease), allotment
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allot.
ment
National youth administration: Expenses of liquidation,
Federal Security Agency
Permanent appropriation (indefinite): Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special
......
account)
Working fund

610
610
610
203
202
208

100,000

610

162,614

$32,000
14,171
471,341
770,000
98,472
2,115

$5, 700
3,000
180,310
90,000
100,000

«155,488
17,003

151

4,035

610
552

18, 613

107

610
055

699,226
21

29, 772
10,000

610

• 208, 434

9,000

100

18,000

203

610
610

610

Total
Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Public Health Service:
Administration of national health program, including
medical care insurance
Stream pollution abatement...
Office of Education: Federal aid to education.
Social Security Administration: General public welfare
,
_.
program




$200,000

$20,609
11,933
458, 440
1, 523, 509
99,143
62, 735

1,045

„

. ....

13, 598

14,335

10,000

7,469
• 15,090

17,129
5,454

9,835
10,000

10,321,739

Miscellaneous: Claims and judgments

Excess of credits, deduct.

$1,571,700
670,000
500,000
750,000
100,000

203

Total, Office of the Administrator—

Total, Federal Security Agency

$2,630,100
1,053,000
400,000
4, 750,000
158,000
30,000

4,772,885

1,589,000

4,276,036

2,724,326

1,883,886

1,051, 790, 302

1,187,137, 879

13,189
884,924,885

13,825
921,719,088

$119,083,942

1,186,281,002

925,803,696
\

206
206
301

15,000,000
1,500,000
300,000,000

15,000,000
1,400,000
290,000,000

203

100,000,000

100,000,000

884,924,885

921,719,088

119,083,942

1,602,781,002

925,803,696

1,051,790,302

1,593,537,879

A54

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
T A B L E 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplementals

EXPENDITURES
Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY
Office of the Administrator:
Salaries and expenses
Liquidation of Public Works Administration.
Work relief in Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands
Penalty mail costs
Work Projects Administration:
KXDPILSGS of lioui(I&tioii
Emergency relief
Working fund
Federal tort claims
Permanent appropriation (indefinite): Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special account) _

610
204
204
610

$351,400

(0

(0

25,000

28,800

30,000

10,000

29,665

28,800

10,000

20,000

200,000

44,763

20,000

157,195

244,763

482,195

629,303

400,200

2,876,077

6, 586, 525

9,443,663

610

2,160, 500

2,160,500

2,195,500

2,063,562

2,150,000

2,180,000

610

8,300,000

10,000,000

10,000,000

7,761,358

9,950,000

9,950,000

610

33,159,000

29,715,000

30,650,000

32,941,453

27,982,827

30,555,000

610
610
104
610
206
206
304
610
610
610
610

18,196,885

20,608,000
900,000

22,220,000

17,074,902
436,374

19,134,354
654,870
2,000
2,000,000
1,300,000

22,060,000
300,000

610

57,000
3 2,600,000

»1,250,000
1, 700,000
850,000

2,561,938
'2,000,000

610
610

1,200.000
2,400,000
100,000

* 100,000
80,000
« 270,560
« 24,042
21, 032

17,185

610

77,346
« 27, 516
« 11, 526

»11,633,766
700,000

•30,000
• 9,000
1,978,890

750,000

136,197

610

66,970

610
610
610
610

6,334
7,123
26,862

35,430
6,275
8,764
28, 280

610
610
610

112
117
8,323

13,123

204
610

188
« 3,179,733

1,269,620

800,000

610
610
610
610

469,004
30,853
48,879
122,607

142,136
300,000
246,000
52,055

28,161
250,000

610
610

1
18

3,000

° Excess of credits, deduct.
1 Reappropriation, 1947, $2,064,542; 1948, $114,023; 1949, $88,723.
2 For liquidation of prior contract authorization,
s Excludes $18,000,000 contract authorization.
* Excludes $875,000 contract authorization.
5
See contra amounts under Home Owners' Loan Corporation, p . A97, and Reconstruction Finance Corporation, p . A100.




$350,100
9,000,000

$328, 591
2,483,867
186
27,502
103
125
« 655

204
204
204
610

Total, Office of the Administrator
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
Return of departmental functions to the seat of government
Veterans' decentralization allowances
West central heating plant
_ _ _
Hospital Center, District of Columbia
National Institute of Mental Health
Geophysical Institute, Alaska
Equipment, National Archives Building
Construction services, Public Buildings Administration
Working capital fund _ _
____
_
Acquisition of additional land in the District of Columbia.
Acquisition of Government corporations buildings, District
of Columbia (cancellation of corporation notes) *.
Federal office building, Nashville, Tenn
Acquisition of site and building, Baltimore parcel post station, Baltimore, M d
Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administration,
allotment
_
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allotment _
. __
_ _
Outside professional services
.
Emergency safeguarding of public buildings and property..
Advance studies for Federal building construction
Public buildings, construction and rent: Emergency construction of public buildings:
Act of June 19,1934
Act of Aug. 12, 1935
_ _
Act of June 22, 1936...
_ _
National Industrial Recovery, Public Works Administration, allotment
Working fund, Public Buidings Administration
_
Public buildings, District of Columbia:
Sites and construction, general office buildings in or near
District of Columbia
Department of the Army buildings
General Accounting Office Building
Federal Office Buildings Nos. 2 and 3
_..
Social Security Board and Railroad Retirement Board
buildings.
_.
Construction of temporary office buildings.-

$344, 540

(0

$346,860
6,000,000

36,358

$300,000

2,000
5,000

A55

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Func
tiona
code
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948

Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY—Continued
Public Buildings Administration—Continued
Construction of public buildings, act of Aug. 25, 1937.
Construction, purchase, remodeling, and designing buildings outside the District of Columbia, act of June 14,1946.
Transferred from:
Construction and equipment, Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Federal Security Agency. _
..1
Building for storeroom, etc., Saint Elizabeths Hospital,
Federal Security Agency
_.
Construction planning, Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Federal Security Administration
Salaries and expenses, Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Federal ^Security Agency
..
Major repairs and preservation of buildings and grounds,
Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Federal Security Agency
Materials, testing laboratory and equipment, National
Bureau of Standards (additional facilities)..
Plans and specifications, Howard University, Federal
Security Administration
_.
_.
Construction of research facilities, Public Health
Service
Administrative facilities, Veterans' Administration
Salaries and expenses, Veterans' Administration
Special accounts:
Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration,
special fund, allotment
_.
Working fund, special fund
Total, Public Buildings Administration.

610

$1,033,892

$500,000

$250,000

610

5, 790,636

300,000

3,845,000

206

22,314

5,015

1, 500,000

206

39,422

5,015

1,500,000

206
32,015

163,000

610

110,000

302
206
104
104

6

()
7, 706,337

610
610

406,475
< 383, 272
»
$64, 553,385

453
453
454
453
453
453
453
453
453
453
453
151
453
151

3,724
50,000

-

$67,183,500

^ 50,000,000
' 20,000,000

* 10,288,854
' 3,000,000

1 25, 000, 000
8150,000,000

8 247,711,146

$67,165, 500

7 7,300,000
8 452,288,854
1,000,000

2,050,000
225,000
2,400,000

5,800,000
1,025,000
118,020

97,288
382, 992

74,838, 679

83, 865, 740

87,081,795

37, 725, 305
8,184,435
119, 931
6, 265, 615
131,050,978

23, 922, 762
7, 635, 507
442, 788
12, 678, 610
324, 340, 739

15,000,000
6, 000, 000
20, 000, 000
415,000, 000
500,000

203,250

64, 544
1, 244,450
5,183,419
10, 572,606
3,097, 575
2, 375, 727
2, 000, 000
118,713

453
055
453

1,168,639
6,123
933

433,593
1,247
813,324

300,000

453

531,180

1,124,287

1,000,000

453

6,869

6,089

453

483,864

3,000,000
110, 515, 637
7 7,323,155
7 5, 000,000
8, 000,000

1,197,622

18,714
9j 367,912
13, 232,116
967,898
1,333,768

(9)

1,956,045

453

47,530

7,156

453
453

° 6,481,281

12,211,673

1, 500, 000
2, 000, 000
6, 000, 000
2, 500, 000
2,400,000
4,000,000

435,440

453

115,390

« Excess of credits, deduct.
6 $25,630,000 contract authorization.
' To liquidate prior contract authorization.
8 Excludes contract authorizations: 1947, $510,000,000; 1948, $500,000,000. All appropriations are for liquidation of prior contract authorizations.
9
$2,000,000 contract authorization.




3,429

206

_

Public Roads Administration:
Federal-aid highway system
Federal-aid secondary or feeder roads
Flight strips (national defense)
.
Elimination of grade crossings
. . .
Federal-aid postwar construction program
._
Testing and Research Laboratory
_
__
Mount Vernon Memorial Highway
Public lands highways
Strategic highway network (national defense)
Access roads (national defense)
Surveys and plans (national defense).
Inter-American Highway _ _ _ _
War and emergency damage. Territory of Hawaii.
Inter-American Highway (Costa Rica)
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allotment
_
Defense aid, services and expenses, allotment
_-.
Public Works Administration, allotment
-_
Highway grade-crossing elimination, etc., emergency relief,
act of Apr. 8, 1935
Highway funds, emergency expenditures, National Industrial Recovery Act of Apr. 8,1935
National Industrial Recovery, Public Works Administration, emergency expenditures, allotment
__.
Payment of claims, sec. 10, Defense Highway Act of 1941, as
amended
Highway funds, emergency expenditures, National Industrial Recovery Act of June 16, 1933
Flood relief, Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas,
for restoration of roads and bridges
_
Working fund
_
_
_

307,000

206

3,734,600

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY—ContinuedPublic Roads Administration—Continued
Transferred from Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Department of State
Special account: Working fund

Bureau of Community Facilities:
Community facilities, defense public works.
Public works advance planning
Liquidation of public works advance planning
Virgin Islands public works
Liquidation of defense public works
- _ _
Maintenance and operation of schools
Veterans'educational facilities .
Alleviation of damage from flood or other catastrophe
Emergency relief for the Territory of Hawaii
Special accounts:
War public works (community facilities)
Maintenance, etc., defense public works

254
254
254
254
254
301
104
254
254

(10)

Total
Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Bureau of Community Facilities: Public works advance
planning
- _

495,942,627

1,700,000
15,700,000
850,000
2,500,000
490,000
3,595,000
51,518,000
200,000
805,000

1,000,000
11,500,000
680,000
1,780,000
370,000
205,000
4, 500,000
300,000
300,000
« 1,140,000

76,138,000

19,495,000

584,194,896

611,963,085

(10)

1,300,000

10, 253

1,300,000

2,500,000

• 991,598
4,207,687

1,300,000

422, 445,009

62,472,496
220,644

79,220
336,020,490

529,454, 554

346,847,541

10,000,000

20,000,000

254
422,445,009

336,020,490

• Excess of credits, deduct.
io Reappropriation from "Public works advance planning": 1948, $895,000:1949, $675,000.




417,604,631

78,000,000

1,707,687

80,293,795
610

206,439,645

131,884
940,773
5,411,174
26,127, 714

993,795

254
254

Total, Bureau of Community Facilities
Miscellaneous: Claims and judgments

$460,588,854

$16,008,027

« 1, 220,000

$264,000,000

$8,574,993
203,999

9,726,772
21,115,524

$277,036,414

Total, Public Roads Administration

Total, Federal Works Agency . _ > -

$242,285
7,536

155
453

549,454,554

346,847,541

584,194,896

621,963,085

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

8—Continued!

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

EXPENDITURES

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 1
Office of the Secretary:
Salaries and expenses
_'
_. _ _
_
Penalty mail costs
Working capital fund
:
Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administration,
allotment
Transferred from:
Cooperation with the American republics
._
Cultural relations with China and the neighboring coun*
tries and countries of the Near East and Africa
Foreign service pay adjustment
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allotment
.
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration,
allotment
Assistance to Greece and Turkey, allotment
._
Relief assistance to countries devastated by war, Executive
Office of the President, allotmentDefense aid, liquidation of lend-lease program, allotment- - Defense aid (lend-lease)
_
Working fund
Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special
fund, allotment._.
Defense aid, special fund, allotment-.

351
351
351

$2,083,000
3,748,000

$1,924,810
2, 688,357
a 24, 244

$2,023,000
3,000,000

$2,080,000
3,550,000

1,190,000

271,487

151

1,042, 562

1,171,000

151
151

116, 464

12,454
375

351

122,811

82, 247

152
153

546,715,321

67,000,000
814,000

132,833
200, 650

152
055
055
351

« 210, 529,449
5,500

610
055

1,612,400
5,120,384

2,066,469

131,309

5,831,000

349,066,403

211,388,487

38,183, 792

19,000,000
2,124, 500

2,455, 506

7,900,000
2,174,308

18,000,000
2,130,000

165,000,000
218,942
< 30,000,000
»

30,899,000

5,024, 500

_
_

9,000,000 —
2,125,000

578, 500
1,309, 500

575,000
1,607.000

580,000.
1,857,000

673, 566
1,177, 576
8,430

615,000
1, 772,000
34,204

583,000
2,109,000

2,182,000

2,437,000

1,859, 572

2,421, 204

2, 692,000

552,000

660,000

660,000

612,490
«173

670,000
• 10,828

660,000
11,000

660,000

660, 000

612,317

659,172

671,000

4, 295,457

4,375,400

4,363,900

4,806, 283
65,506

4,440,868
21,126

4,345,900

4, 295,457

4,375,400

4,363,900

4,871,789

4,461,994

4,345,900

650,000

503,000

514, 700

675,881
«2

534,166

511,000

650,000

503,000

514,700

675,879

534,166

511,000

351
351

22,698,950
4,704,710

22,832,950
4,704,710

26,583,664

27,533,710

27,667,710

351
351

776,900

827,200

827,200

796,342
9,613

825,000

827,000

28,180,560

28,364,860

28,498,860

27,389,619

28,358,710

28,494,710

351
351

_

Office of Information:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
Working fund-

2,214,000

552.000

_._

5, 536,000

1,888,000

Research and Marketing Act of 1946
Office of the Solicitor: Salaries and expenses

_

_

351
351
351

Total, Office of Information
Library:
Salaries and expenses
Working fund

351
351

_

Total, Library
Bureau of Agricultural Economics:
Salaries and expenses Working fund_
_

_

351
351

Total, Bureau of Agricultural Economics _
_
Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations:
Salaries and expenses
_
Working fund
_

351
351

Total, Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations
Extension Service:
Payment to States, Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico for
cooperative agricultural extension work:
Annual appropriation
Permanent specific appropriation
Salaries and expenses, administration and coordination of
extension work
»„.._ _ ._
Working fund
,
............

.

• Excess of credits, deduct.
l Excludes Government corporations shown in the concluding section of this table.




$2,050,000
3,486,000

610

Total, Office of the Secretary .,

Total, Extension Service

$1,838,500
3,186,000

-

22,966,950
|
4, 704, 710

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplementals

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued
Agricultural Research Administration:
Office of Administrator:
Salaries and expenses
Working fund
_ _.
Special research fund
Research on strategic and critical materials
Research on agricultural problems of Alaska

$535,000
344,151
1,209,358
312,100
120,000

$415,000
170
1,227,760
346,210
167,000

7,497,560
321, 700

7,190,295
328,083

7,150,000
345,798

7, 485,000
322,000

7,486.968

7,819, 260

7,518,378

7,495,798

7,807,000

19,326, 900

15,658,597

10,300, 500

17,478,641
.41,374
106, 578

12, 640,161
42,343
24, 376

11,363, 500
43,000

«10, 500,000

5,100,000

9,192,311

5,188,593

1,500,000

29,826,900

20, 758, 597

10,300, 500

26,818,904

17,895,473

12,906,500

$480, 500

$481, 500

$406,300

1,193,000

1.203,000
349,000
144, 940

1,230,000
349,000
144,940

351
351

7,206, 208
343, 200

7,161, 268
325,700

7, 549,408

Office of Experiment Stations:
Payment to States, Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico,'
agricultural experiment stations _
_
_
_
Salaries and expenses
Total, Office of Experiment Stations

$405,830
• 270, 458
1,262,142

351
351
351
055
351

351
351
351
351

_

Bureau of Animal Industry:
Salaries and expenses
Marketing agreements, hog cholera virus and serum
Fur resources investigations
Control and eradication of foot-and-mouth disease and
rinderpest
.. - .
Eradication of foot-and-mouth and other contagious diseases of animals and poultry..
Total, Bureau of Animal Industry.
Bureau of Dairy Industry: Salaries and expenses.

351

991,012

1,016,300

1,050,000

1,069, 512

1,020,000

1,047,000

Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering:
Salaries and expenses
Rubber investigations.
_

351
351

6,885,'100

8,193, 780

8, 250,180

7,149, 882
474

8,028,635
101

8,210,000

6,885,100

8,193, 780

8,250,180

7,150,356

8,028,736

8,210,000

351

7,295,100

7,938,400

7,498,500

7,778, 557

7,991,101

7,474,000

351

2,800,000

2,050,000

2,050,000

2, 647, 533

2,355,014

2,049,300

Total, Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricul._
tural Engineering
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine:
Salaries and expenses .. Control of emergency outbreaks of insect pests and plant
diseases
._
Control of incipient and emergency outbreaks of insect
pests and plant diseases
_
Total, Bureau of Entomology and Plant QuarantineBureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry:
_
_
Salaries and expenses
Transferred from: Synthetic liquid fuels, Bureau of
Mines
-

10,095,100
351

Total, Agricultural Research Administration
Tussock moth control
Control of forest pests
White pine blister rust control ._
° Excess of credits, deduct.
2 Excludes indefinite authorization of $305,000.




9,988, 400

9,548,500

10,441,815

10,346,115

9,523,300

5,051,500

5,664,050

5, 664, 050

5,393, 290

5, 767,025

5,645,824

76,817

86,754

82, 500

403

Total, Bureau of Agricultural -and Industrial
Chemistry
Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics: Salaries
and expenses
Beltsville Research Center
_.

15, 725

351

5,051,500

_

5,664,050

5,470,107

5,853, 779

5, 728,324

917,000

800,000

813,000

971,806
1,094

841,150

822, 500

62,989, 520

351
351

5,664,050

56,086, 535

45, 575,730

60,839,486

54,001,660

48, 200, 764

77,941

317,057

3,750,000

4, 590,400

4, 610, 580

3, 470,977

402

395, 000

402

6,000,000

3,985,400

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Func
tiona
code
No.

1948
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-Continued
Forest Service:
Salaries and expenses
._
Forest-fire cooperation
Forest-fire control
Farm and other private forestry cooperation...
Acquisition of lands for national forests
Acquisition of lands from forest receipts (receipt limitation)
Acquisition of lands for protection of watersheds of navigable streams.
_
Control of tree-insect epidemics
Transferred from: Reclamation fund, special fund, general
investigations, Department of the Interior
Working fund
_
Working fund (special account)
_
_
Permanent appropriations (indefinite):
Payments to States and Territories from the national
forests fund (special account)
Payment to school funds, Arizona and New Mexico,
national forest fund.
__._
Roads and trails for States, national forest fund (special
account) _

402
402
402
402
402
402

$31,287,000
8,300,000
771,500
3.000,000
138,017

402
402

Soil Conservation Service:
Salaries and expenses
Land utilization and retirement of subm arginal land
Water conservation and utilization projects
Transferred from:
Special and technical investigations, International Joint
Commission, United States and Great Britain
Special and technical investigations, International Joint
Commission, United States and Canada
______
Working fund * . .
Working fund, special fund
_ _
Permanent appropriations (indefinite):
Payments to counties from submarginal land program,
Farm Tenant Act (special account).__
Excess payments, submarginal land program, Farm
Tenant Act (special account)

a

809,500
500,000
142,000

$31,927,233
8,693,094
«6
777,825
514,880
11,397
97
122, 442
0

119,586
«49

$34,352,789
8,840,000

$30,500,000
8,950,000

798,687
1,550,000
62,000

800,380
916,145
125,000

160,058
2,000
438,424

15,500
108, 245

402

3,424,430

4, 548, 000

4,548,000

3,424,430

4,548,245

4,548,000

402

39,335

49,217

49,217

39,335

49,217

49,217

453

1,369,772

1,819,200

48, 612, 554

46,429,808

453
055
354

26, 214, 222
2,100,000

354
354
354

40,578,000
1,453,000
700,000

1,819,200

1,232,276

1,703,670

1,859,200

47,318,917

46,623,368

52,505,090

47,871,687

16,300,000

15,050,000
9,000,000

16,560,299
26,871
5,483,162

15,300,000

3,000,000

26,371,566
433,473
2,614,299

39,048,000
• 1,600,000

39,048,000
1, 564,000

42, 720,623
1,453,956
629,010

40,890,800
1, 500,000
614,000

39,024,000
1,645,000
766,000

1,903
9,000
1,700

95
6,759

393,585

206,000

5,000,000

154
154
354
354

1,769
•17,985
a 1,700

8,540,000

483

354

187, 596

206,000

206,000

748

700

700

715

741

700

42,919,344

40,854, 700

40,818, 700

44, 786,871

43,411, 729

41,648, 554

271, 746,000

228,000,000

150, 000,000

301,883,963

200,000,000

150,000,000

353
353

18,347
« 4,679

4,711

353
353

12,151,193
919,375

6,873, 572
91, 591

6,621,220

353

23,649,667

20,284,826

19,297,650

353
353
353

6,396
•1,035
«270

9,672

2,500

353
353
353

53, 500,000

54,854,000

68,935,000

353

* 118,052,638

354

353

3

55,000,000
5

72,000,000

• 7,990
•2
55,435,317

149,023,930

5135,000,000

77,070,819

57,000,000

47,000,000

°573

12,000

12,000

353

Excess of credits, deduct.
3
Excludes reappropriation of $42,500,000.
4
Excludes reappropriation of $72,308,520
6
Of which $40,023,930 was rescinded in 1948 and $91,000,000 is proposed for rescission in 1949.




$30,451,000
9,000,000

401
402
402

Total, Soil Conservation Service
Production and Marketing Administration:
Conservation and use of agricultural land resources
Administrative expenses, conservation and use of agricultural land resources
_
Parity payments
__.
Administrative expenses, sec. 392, Agricultural Adjustment
Act of 1938
Administrative expenses, Agricultural Adjustment Agency..
Local administration, sec. 388, Agricultural Adjustment Act
of 1938
Salaries and expenses, Agricultural Adjustment Administration
_ _______
Administration of Price Adjustment Act of 1938
Payments for agricultural adjustments
Permanent appropriation: Advances to Agricultural Adjustment Administration _
Working fund, Agricultural Adjustment Administration _.
Administration of the Sugar Act
Permanent appropriation:
Exportation and domestic consumption of agricultural
commodities, sec. 32, act of Aug. 24,1935
Exportation and domestic consumption of agricultural
commodities (cotton price adjustment)

809, 500
750,000
142,000

$5,000,000

282, 500

Total, Forest Service
Forest roads and trails
Emergency rubber project
Flood control, general

$29,311,891
9,000,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Funcional
code
No.

1948
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplementals

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued
Production and Marketing Administration—Continued

National school lunch program
-Salaries and expenses, marketing services
Transferred from: Quartermaster Service, Army
Salaries and expenses, War Food Administration
Supply and distribution of farm labor
Transferred from: Community facilities, defense public
works, Federal Works Agency
Emergency supplies for Territories and possessions (national
defense)
Agricultural production, distribution and related activitiesForeign war relief (national defense), allotment
_
Salaries and expenses, foreign food programs
--.
Penalty mail costs, foreign food programs
..Working fund

203
351
053
351
351

17,000,000

$76,099,834
13,163,923
8,728
523,127
21,787, 563

$62,000,000
9,425,000
7,216
515, 761
12,369,477

$66,000,000
9,510,000
189

• 479,856
. «105
77,429
11, 614
100
• 110,280

117,000

51, 521

582,202,710

423, 564, 826

369,696,649

476,154,710

431, 552,100

530,000

530,000

97,000,000

351

441,488,180

113,000,000

537,646

527,000

111,729,600
68,287

24,000,000

25,389,949

90,950,000
1,990,225

2,804,000

3,071,099

175,000

5,000,000

• 7,951,483
7,490,110

« 21,137,995
1,350,000
a
50,000
• 79,600

48,369
• 91,000
• 122,600

21,095,662
1,663,742

243,000
1,765,000

1,745,000

1,750,000

1, 750,000

1,750,000

•?
40,367,816
9,517
102,487
«266

6
33,554,000

352
352
352

98,750,000

114,750,000

50,870,815

115,573,446

113,377,656

5,000,000

5,000,000

5,000,000

5,570,867
3,179, 507
« 30,697,840

4,940,000
2,500,000
297, 500,000

4,995.000
1,000,000
319,000,000

(8)

<8)

352
352

510, 848,904
22
5,000,000

5,000,000

5,000,000

• 21,947,444

815,788,904

« Excess of credits, deduct.
$75,000,000 in 1947 and $65,000,000 in 1948 provided from "Exportation and domestic consumption of agricultural commodities, sec. 32, act of Aug. 24,1935."
7
The unpaid advances were transferred to the Secretary of the Treasury (see contra amount under Reconstruction Finance Corporation, p . AlOO).
»Excludes authority to borrow from the Treasury of $225,000,000 for 1948 and $300,000,000 for 1949.

8




2,266, 569

610
351
152
151
151
351

Total, Farmers' Home Administration

Total, Rural Electrification Administration

$65,000,000
9, 552,100

105

Farmers' Home Administration:
Farmers'Home Administration
_
352
352
Loans, grants, and rural rehabilitation
Farm tenancy:
_
Salaries and expenses
352
Loans, farm tenancy, advances from Secretary of the
352
Treasury
_ _
_
Farmers' crop production and harvesting loans
352
Mortgage insurance fund (revolving fund). _
- 352
Mortgage insurance administrative fund
352
Farm Security Administration:
Rural rehabilitation loans, advances from Secretary of
the Treasury
352
Development of water facilities, arid, and semiarid areas 352
Loans and grants to farmers, flood and windstorm
damage
... _.
352
Reimbursement of Reconstruction Finance Corporation for prior advances to Secretary of Agriculture
352
(by cancellation of its notes)7
Loans and grants to farmers, 1945 flood damage..
352
Construction, water conservation and utilization proj._ 354
ects, allotment to Agriculture, reimbursable
Emergency fund for the President, defense housing,
temporary shelter (national defense), allotment
251
Emergency fund for the President, defense housing,
temporary shelter (national defense), allotment (special
. . , . . . . „ . , . 251
account)

Rural Electrification Administration:
Salaries and expenses
Loans and purchase of property
Loans to States, etc., loan from Secretary of the Treasury..
Reimbursement of Reconstruction Finance Corporation
for prior advances (by cancellation of its notes) 7__
Working fund

(•>
$9,464,250

254

Total, Production and Marketing Administration
Commodity Exchange Authority: Administration, Commodity
Exchange Act

« $6,000,000
9,856,072

324,995,000

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-Continued
Farm Credit Administration:
_
_
_
Salaries and expenses
Agricultural marketing revolving fund..
Administrative expenses and refunds (special accou nt, indefinite).
Total, Farm Credit Administration

352
352
352

Sugar Rationing Administration: Salaries and expenses

351
351
351

$531,000

2,604,601

2,519,456
3,080,456

503

Miscellaneous:
Permanent appropriation (indefinite): Payments from proceeds
of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special account)
Claims and judgments
_
Working fund, general

$561,000

3,148,601

__.

$544,000

Total, miscellaneous

Anticipated supplemental appropriations not itemized above:
Forest Service, salaries and expenses
Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
_
Long-range housing program
Total, Department of Agriculture
• Excess of credits, deduct.




$610,069
« 316,000
2,634,010

$541,000
« 163,000
2,371,800

2,902,800

3,584,660

2,928,079

2,749,800

1,949,158

2,932,936

864,539
90,532
199,534

1,476,143
1,761
108, 569

1,460,000

1,418,500

1,154,605

1,586,473

1,470,104

781,937,107

1,191,103,173

1,796,587,196

1,073,391,016

960,000

1,641,591
7,225

1,491,195

1,648,816

770,467,134

1,418,500

1,491,195

751,541,284

Total

2,371,800

$2,307,883
« 1, 540,614
2,817,391

$5,000,000

10,104

402

5,000,000

5,000,000

252

18,000,000

10,000,000

751, 541,284

770,467,134

5,000,000

804,937,107

1,191,103,173

1,796,587,196

1,088,391,016

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949

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TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
IFor the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948

Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

1949

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE l
Office of the Secretary:
Salaries and expenses
_
Salaries and expenses, National Inventors Council Service
Staft
Printing and binding
Contingent expenses
Traveling expenses
Technical and scientific services
Declassification and technical services
Salaries and expenses, production research and development
functions
Working capital fund
_
_.
Penalty mail costs. ._.
_
Materials distribution and liquidation of Oflice of Temporary Controls
Transferred from Cooperation with the American Republics,
____..
Department of State _
_ . _ ._
Transferred from Cultural relations with China and the
neighboring countries and countries of the Near East and
Africa - Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allotment
Emergency fund for the President, allotment
Permanent appropriation, indefinite: Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special accountsWorking fund

610
503
610
610
610
503
503
503
610
610

Working fund.

_ _ _ . . _ _

$944,483

$1,110,500

1,110,000

1,000,000

1,400,000

3,800,000

790,000

520,000

600,000

503

1,580
954,113
202
«201
1,831,659
159, 474
338
o 8,489
443,359

$945,574

$1,300,000

1,012,000

1,340,000

1,610,000
17,479

550,000

950,000

151

590,000
20,000

980,000

974,000

4,352

610
153

16,154
676, 741
430,000

590,000

591,150

42,040
32, 275
2

___.

_

205
304
351
304
304
503
503
304
304

Civil Aeronautics Administration:
General administration
_. .
Salaries and expenses
Establishment of air-navigation facilities
Maintenance and operation of air-navigation facilities
Maintenance and operation of foreign air-navigation facilities
(Executive Order 9709)
Technical development
Enforcement of safety regulations
Civilian pilot training
._ ..
_ ..
Transferred from Salaries and expenses, War Assets Admin
istration
Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administration,
allotment
Airport advisory service
Maintenance and operation of aircraft
_
Maintenance and operation, Washington National Airport..
Preliminary planning and surveys, Federal Airport Act
Federal-aid airport program, Federal Airport Act
Development of landing areas for national defense
Construction, Washington National Airport
Expenses of liquidation, war training service

23,864

35,000

37,500

5,500
-324

23,321
500

37,500

6,458,864

610
610

Total, Bureau of the Census

4,369,483

3,658,000

5,019,359

5,744,044

4,811,500

150,000
12,000,000

100,000

102,000

165, 361
10, 601,961
1, 548, 519

100,098

5,700,000
200,000
4,000,000

7,120,000
2,821,000

100,868
950,000
100,000
5,177, 880
189,940
2, 373,181

6,800,000
2,210,060
1,188, 819

1, 240,000

925,000
470, 728

1,169, 816
167, 707

943,022
35,093

12,786, 564

10, 229, 392

11, 277,092

4, 535,000

612,305
66,166,109
17,020,946
4, 237, 688

60,000
85,886,409
20,001, 959
346,636

680, 291
888, 632
6,826,304
2,197

134,564
1,340,072
947, 633

10,915
1,825,000
65,000

403,790

368,514

40,000

23,832
271,520
1,740,940
862,197
1,840,630
594,177
7,063,828
4, 867,343
530

21,870
255,000
1,046, 510
645,147
21, 565,402
1,212, 640
295,657

1,414
22,468
1,160,375
427,766
45,000,000
522, 793
1,600,000

-5

12,150 000

454
454
454
454
454
454
455
454

11,240,000

10,968,000

72,962,768
3 11,149,066

87,451,000
3 23,099,000

1,600,000

2,000,000

4,830,802
3 19, 622, 200
38,626,118
2, 500,000
* 923,000
7,561,000

610
610
454
454
454
454
454
454
454

275,400
1,665,100
869,500
2,975,000
45,000,000

a
Excess of credits, deduct.
1 Excludes Government corporations shown in the concluding section of this table.
2
Excludes reappropriation of $5,000.




650,000

$994,606

151

Total, Oflice of the Secretary
Bureau of the Census:
Salaries and expenses, Social Security Act
Salaries and expenses
Census of agriculture
Current census statistics
Seventeenth decennial census.
Census of manufactures
Foreign trade statistics
General administration

$925,000

1,102,500

1,185,000

32,500,000

40,000,000
1,835,000

3

13,032, 447
39,050, 409

Excludes reappropriation: 1947, $8,984,522; 1948, $11,337,759; 1949, $500,000.
Excludes reappropriation of $119,211.
«Eeappropriation of $8,974,096.

4

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
•

EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Func
tiona
code
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948

Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

1949

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE—Continued
Civil Aeronautics Administration—Continued.
Transferred from Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Department of State
Development of civil landing areas.
Working fund. .
Working fund, special account

155
454
454
454

Total, Civil Aeronautics Administration

455
455

456
456
456
456

50fr
503
503

121, 281, 812

160,901,237

2,458,600
32,000

3,000,000
40,000

3,600,000
50,000

2,351, 813
29,831

3, 038, 000
35,000

3,531,000
44,000

407

245

3,040,000

3,650,000

2,382,051

3,073, 245

3, 575,000

3, 441,100
5,023,600
1,150,000

3,300,000
5,000,000
1,250,000

3, 590,000
5, 988,000
1, 255,000

109,096
3,211,496
4,875,352
1,179,455

3,332, 391
4,951,255
1, 220,000

3, 555,000
5, 644,000
1, 251,000

13, 996
1,868
101,991

386, 827
2,051
66,851

361,393

9,550,000

10, 833,000

9,493,254

9,959,375

10,811,393

4,900,000
4,750,000
900,000

4,943, 537
2,165,000
675,000

5,865,000
2, 204,000

5,112,409
3, 220, 562
988,645

5,410,471
2,455,000
709,010

5,580,000
2,180,000
25,000

63,464
107,691

23,000
80,000

20,000

9,277,389

8,677,481

7,805,000

5,951, 598
556,348
101, 957
671,143
° 23,105

267, 723
304, 295
9,971
7, 486,134
1, 216, 673
11, 910

104
503

Total, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce

a

10,550,000

.
.

_.

503
503
503
503
503
503

National Bureau of Standards:
_
Operation and administration _ _ _
Testing, inspection, and information service
Research and development
Standards for commerce
Station for broadcasting standard frequencies
Research and testing
Radio propagation and standards
_
Purchase and installation of betatron
Improvement of facilities
Construction of wind tunnel
Electrical building and equipment
Materials testing laboratory and equipment
Transferred from:
Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
Salaries and expenses, National Advisory Committee
for Aeronautics
Salaries and expenses, Bureau of the Census, Department of Commprcs
._
Air Corps, Department of the Army
Technical and scientific services, Department of Commerce

7,783,537

8,069,000

5, 785,000
660,000
147,000

8,828, 000
1, 765,000

304
304
304
304
304
304
304
304
304
304
304
610

952,000

8,000,000
1, 450, 000

8, 950,000
1,900,000

7, 544,000

Total, Patent Office




92, 742,097

9,614, 700

Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce:
Salaries and expenses
Field office service
_.
._
Export control
Transferred from Salaries and expenses, Veterans' Administration
Working fund

IX

$155, 570,000

155
456
456

Total, Coast and Geodetic Survey

770000—48

$119,314,334

2,490, 600

Coast and Geodetic Survey:
Aeronautical charts
_
Salaries and expenses, departmental
Salaries and expenses, field
Pay and allowances, commissioned officers
Transferred from Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Department of State
Working fund, special fund
Working fund _

• Excess of credits, deduct.

$3,000,000
267,022
663,480

151

Total, Civil Aeronautics Board

.

$3,000,000
1,163, 225
1, 248, 530

$124,848,120

Civil Aeronautics Board:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
Transferred from Cooperation with the American Republics,
_
.
Department of State.

Patent Office:
Salaries
Photolithographing
Miscellaneous expenses
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
Working fund

$54,959
5, 651,901
4,350,572
598

9,450,000

10,850,000

7, 257, 941

9, 296, 706

10, 593,000

698,000
2, 086,000
2,346,000
263, 000

1,450,000

1,645,000

597,476
1,846,307
2,123,188
243, 913
263

1,235, 814
276,000
431, 781
18, 744

1, 495,000
90, 000
49,087

6,000,000

4, 755,000
3, 000,000

4, 920,000

4, 740.000
2,260,000
230,000
87, 625

250,000
600,000

415,000
223,363
530

435,000
288,877
200
3,130
7,448

454

13,205

7,054

454

78,509

19,000

8,371

304
053

97, 701
1,663

110,333
213

91,854

503

86,726

32,267

9,755

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
functional
code
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE—Continued
National Bureau of Standards—Continued
Transferred from—Continued
_ - _____
Aviation, Navy
Distinctive paper for United States currency, Treasury
Department
Distinctive paper for United States securities, Treasury
Department
Atomic service, Department of the Army
_.
Engineer service, Department of the Army._ __
General expenses, Coast Guard.._
_
__
Expediting production of equipment and supplies for
national defense
.Operating expenses, National Cancer Institute, Public
_
Health Service
Maintenance, Bureau of Ships, Navy
Ordnance and ordnance stores, Navy _ .
Ordnance service and supplies, Department of the
Army
Medical and hospital department, Department of the
Army
Quartermaster service, Department of the Army
Salaries and expenses, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Treasury Department..
Working fund
Total, National Bureau of Standards

054

$503,511

$187,178

604

1,505

106

604
406
053
452

228
237,078
127,024
2,677

34
63,887
17,133

053

6,421

1,387

206
054
054

1,700
2,152
181,755

9
7,031
23,879

7,960

053

1,340,355

377,571

104,000

053
053

306
169,275

6,534

5,000

604
304

11,662
« 1,614,397

11,679
• 834,850

11,000
36,275

_

$7,865,000

$9,400,000

6,284,096

7,647,439

9,302,911

610

• 18,462,000

21,327,000

23,743,000

18,129,817

20,780,000

22,850,000

610

1, 750,000

541,970

197,750

16, 230

100,401
• 121, 254
• 16,991

1,368,453
431,414
19, 605

765,616
136,478
3,025

18, 633, 943

22,797,222

23,771,349

503
503

183, 598
12,400

29, 582

503

°750

13,000

195, 248

42, 582

1,428

2,894

164,073,370

198, 752.192

242,848, 482

85,000
1,400,000

90,000
4,530,000

155
610
610

Total, Weather Bureau

20,212,000

Office of International Trade:
._
Salaries and expenses, foreign economic functions
Penalty mail costs, foreign economic functions
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allotment to foreign economic functions.
_
_

21,327,000

23, 743,000

Total, Office of International Trade.
:.._

Total
..
Anticipated supplemental appropriations not itemized above:
Weather Bureau: Arctic weatherstation
Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, export control.
Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Bureau of the Census:
Census of business _
_
Census of transportation __
_
Census of mineral industries._
Civil Aeronautics Administration, construction of Alaskan
airports
National Bureau of Standards: Radio propagation building.
Weather Bureau: Additional ocean weather stations
Total, Department of Commerce
• Excess of credits, deduct.




8

15,971

$6,243,000

Weather Bureau:
Salaries and expenses
Maintenance and operation of foreign meteorological facilities
Transferred from Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Department of State
Working fund.
Working fund (special account)
__
_
_

Miscellaneous: Claims and judgments

$61,013

1,127

610

200,112,411

193, 939,354

610
503

236, 741,000
$125,000
1,480,000

80,000
4,700,000

503
456
503

12,400,000
1,100,000
400,000

8,700,000
835,000
200,000

454
304
610

f 2, 200, 000
8
600, 000
625,000

2,200,000
600,000
500,000

200,112, 411

Excludes reappropriation of $280,000.

T

193,939,354

1,605,000

164,073,370

258,846,000

Excludes $10,800,000 contract authorization.

8

200,237,192

260,503,482

Excludes $1,300,000 contract authorization.

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
T A B L E 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
APPROPRIATIONS

EXPENDITURES

Func
tiona
code
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPAR TMENT OF THE INTERIOR i
Office of the Secretary:
Salaries, Office of the Secretary
War agency liquidation
Salaries, Office of the Solicitor
Salaries and expenses, Division of Territories and Island
Possessions
__
Salaries and expenses, oil and gas division
Salaries and expenses, Board on Geographic Names__
Soil and moisture conservation operations
_
_
Fire protection of forest, forest industries, and strategic facilities (national defense)..
_
Contingent expenses, Department of the Interior
Penalty mail costs
Operation and maintenance, power transmission facilities.._
Construction, power transmission facilities
Library, Department of the Interior
.
Printing and binding, Department of the Interior-._
_
_
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration,
allotment
_
Emergency fund for" the President, national defense, allotment
Transferred from:
Cooperation with the American Republics, Department
of State ._
_
-.
Cultural relations with China and the neighboring countries and countries of the Near East and Africa, Department of State __
. .
Control of forest pests, white pine blister rust, Depart* ment of Agriculture
_
Working funds
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allotment to oil and gas division
Permanent appropriations (indefinite):
Continuing fund, power transmission facilities (special
account)
Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special account)
_

610
610
610

$1,472, 337
165,000
300, 085

$1,103,000
235,000
215, 460

$1,368,350

610
403
610
401

178,126
425,000
12, 956
1, 606, 830

250, 760
205,000

402
610
610
401
401
610
610

»

$1,348,000
34,000
298,345

140, 000
275, 000
12, 956
1,900,000

240, 550
400, 000
90, 000
2, 500, 000

178,003
395, 711
11,299
1,499, 601

140, 702
287,804
14,081
1,865,054

235,000
394,000
86,780
2, 375, 000

220,430
136, 500

264, 750
250,000
180, 000
3,000,000

1,509
257, 272
199,674

228, 360
144,837

299, 500
221, 500
170, 000
1, 500,000

_ ._

6,064,421

610

906,846

370,253

151

243,767

278,146

335,000

151

3,003

402
610

523,396
• 17,710

598,921
107, 580

570,000
13,130

403

2,758

610

10, 910

12,470,000

12,470,000

503

War Relocation Authority:
Salaries and expenses
_. _ 610
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allot610
ment

9, 781,100

2

725,000

2

39, 711

264,129

148,000

5,836,690

8,328, 255

10, 691

11,900

11,950

23, 225,000

15,427,897

16, 682,000

26, 600,000

23, 225,000

15,427,897

16, 815,000

47,396
6,205
54,583

6,319

6,319

2, 567,046

134,162

753,619

126,495

133,000

133 000

401

610
610
610

2

65,000

12,183,175

12,000

12,000

401

148,000

188,000
4,426,346

8, 941, 650

108,184

372,985

610

(3)

Total, United States High Commissioner to Philippine
Islands
Solid Fuels Administration for War: Salaries and expenses

300,000

200,000

401

Total, Bonneville Power Administration
United States High Commissioner to Philippine Islands
Working fund
_.
Liquidation

$65,000

12
6,262

4,989,079

Bonneville Power Administration:
Construction, operation, and maintenance, Bonneville
power transmission system
__
Permanent appropriation (indefinite): Continuing fund for
emergency expenses, Bonneville power "project, Oregon
(special account) "

Total, War Relocation Authority.

$1, 111, 020
213,580
212,223

152

Total, Office of the Secretary
Commission of Fine Arts: Expenses

300,000

$1,424, 599
151, 394
291, 647

2, 950,000

9, 914,100

725,000

3,484

448

757,103

26, 600,000

126,943

« Excess of credits, deduct.
i Excludes Government corporations shown in the concluding section of this table.
Excludes contract authorizations: 1948, $6,215,100; 1948, anticipated supplemental, $1,475,000; 1949, $13,050,000. 1949 appropriation includes $3,095,000 applied to prior contract
authorizations.
8
Reappropriation of $74,948.
3




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

ional
code
No.

1948
Actual, 1947
Anticipated
iupplementals

Actual

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR—Continued
Southwestern Power Administration:
_
Salaries and expenses
Operation and maintenance
National Industrial Recovery, Public Works Administration, allotment
_._
_
_
Construction
_-.
Publip Works Administration, act of 1938, allotment
_.
Total, Southwestern Power Administration
Bureau of Land Management:
Salaries and expenses
Management, protection, and disposal of public lands
_.
Fire
fighting.
Range improvements on public lands (receipt limitation)...
Revested Oregon & California R. R. and reconveyed Coos
Bay Wagon Road grant lands, Oregon (reimbursable)
Payments to States of 5 percent of proceeds from sales of
public lands and materials (receipt limitation)
_
Payment to Oklahoma from royalties, oil and gas, south
half of Red River (receipt limitation)
Leasing of grazing lands (receipt limitation)
Transferred from: Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special fund
Payments to States from receipts under Grazing Act, Indian
--ceded lands
Permanent appropriations (indefinite, special accounts):
Payments to States from receipts under Grazing Act_-_
Payments to States from receipts under Grazing Act,
Indian ceded lands
Payments to counties, Oregon and California land grant
fund
Payments to counties in lieu of taxes on Oregon and
California grant lands, 25 percent fund
Payments to Coos and Douglas Counties, Oreg., in lieu
of taxes on Coos Bay Wagon Road grant lands
Payment to States and Alaska, receipts from mineral
leasing, public 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 and California grant lands...
Grazing Service:
Salaries and expenses
Fire fighting
Range improvements within grazing districts (receipt
limitation)
Leasing of grazing lands (receipt limitation)
Working fund.
General Land Office:
Salaries and expenses
General expenses.
Surveying public lands
Salaries and expenses, branch of field examination
Salaries and expenses of district land offices:
Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administration,
allotment
Forest management and protection, public domain
Alaska
Payments to States of 5 percent of proceeds from sales oi
public lands (receipt limitation)
Revested Oregon & California R . R . and reconveyed
Coos Bay Wagon Road grant lands, Oregon (reim
bursable)
Range improvements outside of grazing districts (receipt
limitation)
Payments to Oklahoma from royalties, oil and gas, south
half of Red River (receipt limitation).
* Reappropriation of $1,105,628.




$100,000

EXPENDITURES
Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

$7,393
89,039

1,175,000
2,384,640
40,000

401
401
402
401

253, 000

402

$60,000

3,657,672

3,511,608

1,115,000
2,176,640
40,000
225,000

1,222,000
3,255,200
130,000

,350,000

431,000

500,000

2,500
3.500
7,500

403
401

3,501,608

$1,232,000
3,387, 565
150,000

469,300

401

3,505,628
10,000

677,526

125, 000

$18, 598
123,446

48,192
491,112
41, 790

$125,000

7,500,000
7,600,000

Estmate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

7,500
4,000
6,000

5,250
535,366

610
401

516,403

335,000
494,000
2,500
3,500
5,500

138,633

479,963

$10,000

100

401

454,877

333,000

401

65

82

223,000

223,000

1,442,121

402

15,851

82

1,500,000

659,193

1,442,121

1,500,000

114,000

114,000

15,851

114,000

114,000

6,690,000

5,734,385

6,690,000

4,921

270,588
800
24, 958

1,000
25,000

721,060

402

116
1,500,000

6,690,000

402

403
403

5,450,245

403
402
402

295,124

401
401

588, 900
96,000

575, 971
107,958

20,951
2,895

401
401
401

205,000
7,500

150,972
6,438
17,984

47,801
5,250

401
401
401
401
401

1,134, 700

1,126,639
3,879
495,582
381,119

75,098

3,747,351
296,114
1,000
25,000

593,300
427, 200
313,126

1,000
25,000

102,848
26,703
19,039

296,528
610

77,464
402

19,165
5,000

401

2,500

402

410,800

376,066

66,233

401

52,000

46,250

21,481

403

3,500

2,815

685

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
T A B L E 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Func
tiona
code
No.

EXPENDITURES

1948

Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplementals

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF T H E INTERIOR—Continued
Bureau of Land Management—Continued
General^Land Office—Continued
Fire protection and timber management, public domain,
continental United States
Protection and management of the timber resources of
the public domain.
_
Surveys and investigations in Alaska
Working fund
Working fund, special fund
.

$143, 534

402
402
401
401
401

Total, Bureau of Land ManagementBureau of Indian Affairs:
Salaries
1
General expenses.
_
Salaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses, district offices
Salaries and expenses, reservation administration
Maintaining law and order among Indians.._
Alaska native service
.
Purchase and transportation of Indian supplies
.
Indian agency buildings . .
Maintenance of buildings and utilities
_._
Education of Indians
Conservation of health
_
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allotment
Conservation of health among Indians
Welfare of Indians.
Management, Indian forest and range resources
Suppressing forest and range fires.
Agriculture and stock raising
Revolving fund for loans
Administration of Indian forests
Expenses, sale of timber (reimbursable)
.Suppressing forest and range fires on Indian reservations . . .
Suppressing forest fires on Indian reservations.
Agriculture and stock raising among Indians.
_
Suppressing contagious diseases among livestock of Indians..
Acquisition of lands for Indian tribes
Redemption of restricted Indian property subject to taxation
Payment to Indians et al., act of June 11, 1940.
Purchase of improvements on lands, Havasupai Indian
Reservation Ariz
Development of Indian arts and crafts...
Irrigation, Indian Service
Settlement of claims to water rights, Gila River, Ariz, (reimbursable!
Water supply for Indians in Arizona, New Mexico, and
Utah
GilafRiver Reservation, Ariz. (San Carlos project)
Crilorado Rivpr RpsprvaHon Ariz
Walkpr River Reservation N P V
Pala and Rincon Reservations, Calif
Fort Hall irrigation systems, Idaho

TJlaplcfppf Tipsprvation TVTonf
T^lathpad Rpsprvation TVTont
Tonorip Ttivpr Rp^prvation IVTont
Colvillp Reservation W a s h
CJrow Rp^prva/tion IVTont

Paiute Indian lands, Newlands project, Nevada
Maintenance, miscellaneous projects, Navajo Reservation,
Ariz, and N. Mex

12, 764,969

610
610
610
610
610
207
610
610
610
610
302
206
251
206
204
402
402
351
352
402
402
402
402
351
351
610
610
610
610
503
401
401

305,188
22,840
92, 689
10,143

$476,100
75,000

$12,998,522

$14,190,165

1,197,037
985,000
3, 549,000
«3,629,008
1,160,000

6

750,000
500,000
2,000,000
«3,676,000
660,000

921,000
650, 000
3,000,000
250, 000
«4, 759, 700
800,000

815,000
11,139, 700.
7, 240, 570

665,000
11,139,700
7,302,300

1,000,000
12, 407,000
8,919,000

498, 710
794,128
62,000
971,368
925,000

998,710
801, 500
12,000
853,000

750, 000
1,100,000
12,000
1,000,000
750,000

350,000

150,000

150,000

32, 700
1, 642, 700

9, 998, 099

12,834, 857

31,924
28, 738
1, 089, 455
844, 706
3, 247,800
30, 639
2, 781, 033
737,952
56,929
551, 591
9,172, 707
6,091, 495

2,889
778, 000
550, 000
2,131,000
1,715
3, 776,000
635, 000
9,742
760, 503
11,400,000
7,300,000

48,379
911,540
451,986
688, 628
31,530
812,314
278,090
98, 712
'
7,935
31,047
6
65,188
10, 639
19,587

$14,000,700

900,000
635,000
2,900,000
225,000
4,551,000
790, 000
910,000
12, 200,000
8, 670,000

40, 793
979,596
801,000
28,373
884,000
1, 704,096
5,256
5, 620

2,850
325,000

745,000
1, 069,000
12,000
975,000
750,000

225,000

328
2,733

(7)

34, 800
406,000

35,000
486,000

500
4,934

500

8,750
27,925
790, 204

34, 373
550,000

35,000
457,000

09

114, 400

401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401

15,915
86,074
8,892
80
120
218
9, 785
1,653
1,067
1,771
28,034
9,750
119
8,609
100

401

530

«Includes amounts applied to prior contract authorizatidns: 1947, $568,449; 1946, $600,000; 1949, $1,000,000.
6
Excludes reappropriation of $25,000.
i Reappropriation of $5,108.
8
Reappropriation cf $114,400.




$60,000

$150,481
2,233
32, 941
20, 358

786

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title

onal
code
No.

1948
Actual, 1947

Anticipated
supplemental

Actual

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR—Continued
Bureau of Indian Affairs—Continued
Operation and maintenance, Indian lands, Middle Rio
Grande Conservancy District, N. Mex.
_
Maintenance, irrigation system, Uintah Reservation, UtahMaintenance assessments, Uintah Indian irrigation project,
Utah
Maintenance of reservoirs, Yakima Reservation, Wash
Wind River Reservation and ceded lands, Wyo
Salt River Reser vation, Ariz
Pyramid Lake Reservation, Nev _ . ._
.. .. _.
Western Shoshone Reservation, Nev
.Construction, irrigation systems (reimbursable)
Lummi irrigation project, Washington
_
Indian schools support
Loans to Indians for education (reimbursable)
Indian school buildings
- -Indian boarding schools (nonreservation)_..
Indian schools, Five Civilized Tribes
Education of natives of Alaska.
Medical relief of natives of Alaska . _
Administration of Indian property
Support and rehabilitation of needy Indians
Reindeer service, Alaska
_ _.
Construction, buildings and utilities
Construction and repair, employees' quarters, Flathead
Reservation, Mont
Roads
Highway, Gallup-Shiprock, Navajo Reservation, N. Mex.,
repairs and maintenance (reimbursable) ... Expenses of fulfilling Atoka agreement
_
Fulfilling treaties with Indians at Fort Berthold Agency ..
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
_ _.__.
Payment to Sioux Indians for property losses, act of May 3,
1928
__
_
Claims of individual Sioux Indians ._
Expenses of distribution payment to Sioux Indians for
property losses, act of May 3, 1928
._--.
Payment to Indians of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, N. Dak
Proceeds from power, Indian irrigation projects, indefinite
appropriation
Payment to Shawnee and affiliated Delaware Indians,
Oklahoma
_
Payment to Sioux Indians for nonreceipt of land allotments
._
Payment to Milton A. Johnson.
_
_ . _
Indian Service supply fund
_.
Public Works Administration, act of 1938, allotment-_
Working fund, Interior, Indians.
_
_
Claims and judgments—
_
Permanent appropriations (indefinite):
Indian arts and crafts fund (special account)
Acquisition of lands and loans to Indians in Oklahoma,
act of June 26,1936 (special account)
_

401
401

$9,093
4,456

401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401
302
302
302
302
302
302
206
610
204
351
610

3,023,800

610
453
453
610
610
610
610
610
610
610
610

« Excess of credits, deduct.
Excludes $6,400,000 contract authorization.
10
Reappropriation of $8,000.
» Excludes $215,000 contract authorization.

9




« 5,269,300

3,700,000

3,000,000

3,500,000

2, 392,330

20,000

20,000

20,000

19,917

6,000
4,500
10, 520
30,000
150,000
1,114,000

6,000
4,500
10,520
30,000
150,000
1, 722,000

6,000
4,500
10, 520
30,000
150,000
1,195, 000

112
5,985
4,480
1,415
30,000
118,239
1,122,141

$924,038

$1,012, 500

$3,800,000

(10)

610
610
610

$1, 432,000

$3,300,000

50, 570
204
20,971
28, 414
125
334,041
47 874
17,852
3,398
19,743
3,000,000

6,005,000

7,653
4,000,000

3,825,000

20,000
13,934

20,000

6,000
4,500
1,500
30,000
145,000
1,765,794

6,000
4,500
1,500
30,000
145,000
1,195,000

13,036
6,517

610

258

400, 500

400,000

401

1,470,596

610
610
610
610
610
610

600,000

1,868,815

610

820,000

2,045
°72
2 119
109, 792
<*32
291,358
1,985

503

32

50

50

610

231

300

300

44,377,161

39,285,476

52,844,185

37,356,399

44,376,257

51,401,500

401

41,284,953

" 23,284,450

36,788,150

36,454,504

44,330,565

57,028,000

401
401

2,000,000
7,500,00Q

1,400,000
12,500,000

3,000,000
24,000,000

2,260,474
10,433,505

2,200,000
11,000,000

3,026,000
24,400,000

Total, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Bureau of Reclamation:
Reclamation fund, special fund
Reclamation projects, payable from general fund:
Gila project, Arizona (reimbursable)
Davis D a m project, Arizona-Nevada (reimbursable)...

1,910,000

401
16,103
1,602
48
101
754
897, 668
22
831, 650
790
108, 494
325,446
11,166
716,904
289, 258
259,644
32,740
15,612
191,492

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
T A B L E 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
Actual, 1947
No.

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplementals

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR-Continued
Bureau of Reclamation—Continued
Reclamation projects, payable from general fund—Con.
Parker Dam power project, Arizona-California (reimbursable)
Central Valley project, California (reimbursable)
Kern River project, California (reimbursable)
Kings River project, California (reimbursable).
Colorado-Big Thompson project, Colorado (reimbursable)
Pine River project, Colorado
_
_
San Luis Valley project, Colorado (reimbursable)
Boise project, Idaho, Anderson Ranch (reimbursable)..
Hungry Horse project, Montana (reimbursable).
..
Tucumcari project, New Mexico (reimbursable)
W. C. Austin project, Oklahoma (reimbursable)
_.
Colorado River project, Texas (reimbursable).
Provo River project, Utah (reimbursable)
Columbia Basin project, Washington (reimbursable)
Yakima project, Washington, Roza division (reimbursable)
Water conservation and utilization projects, act of Aug.
11,1939, as amended (reimbursable).
General investigations (reimbursable)
Administrative expenses, general fund, construction
(reimbursable)
_
_
Construction, water conservation and utility projects (reimbursable)
Fort Peck project, Montana (reimbursable)
Missouri River Basin (reimbursable)
_
Colorado River dam fund, Boulder Canyon project (special
accounts):
Operation, maintenance, and replacements
Permanent appropriations:
Payments to States of Arizona and Nevada.
Repayment of advances from the Treasury, with
interest (indefinite)
Colorado River development fund, expenditure account
(special account)
Advances to Colorado River dam fund, Boulder Canyon
project
_
Permanent appropriations (indefinite): Colorado River
dam fund, All-American Canal (special account)
_
Advances to Colorado River dam fund, All-American CanaL
Operation and maintenance, All-American Canal
Colorado River front work and levee system
Alaskan investigation
Valley gravity canal and storage project, Texas
Permanent appropriation: Continuing fund for emergency
expenses, Fort Peck project, Montana (special account) ._
Transferred from:
Community facilities, defense public works, Office of
Administrator, Federal Works Agency
Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special fund.
_
Flood control, general, Army
Working fund
_

401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401
401

• Excess of credits, deduct.




7,504,075

13,650,000

26,410

354
401

100,000

7,290,022

9,769
239,611
431, 735
1,289,885
676,724
377,019
32,435
264
19, 734, 304

12,400,000
3,981
145, 080
77,312
2,500,000
163,805
88,034
70, 665
19, 508
36, 500,000
27,258
1,386,955
19, 111

100,000

867,210

2,500,000

23,000,000

9,850,000

68,400
18,000,000

31,084,000

48,000,000

401
3,340,000

a

401

$288,000
42,000,000
40,000
50,000
22,000,000

8,000, 000

10, 000
43, 000, 000

947,475

10,950

3,332

12,326~
196,082
10, 758, 222

82,037
1,400,000
21,000,000

69,319
2, 500, 000
48,000, 000

1,600,000

1, 600,000

600,000

600,000

4,900,000

5,000,000

354
401
401

932,893
17, 500,000

1,500,000
23,400,000

2,200,000
63,900,000

401

1,314,330

1,500,000

1, 637,000

401

600,000

600,000

600,000

401

4,000,000

4,900,000

5,000,000

401

500,000

500,000

500,000

1,022,962

1,000,675

470; 000

401

433,605

435,000

1,920,000

4

400,000

1,542,000

5,000,000

221,091
3,245,000

4,624,958

221,091
4,000,000

600,000

1,000,000

125,000
4, 484,000
216,000
1,160,000
150,000

343, 876

1,000,000

428, 287

234, 000

125,000
5, 500,000
200,000
1, 200,000
130,000
615,000

206,879

255,810

250,000

254

48, 871

72, 727

610
401
401

350,125
• 15,012
• 45, 607

200,000
49,183
35,570

401
401
401
401
401
401
401

494,336

230,000

250,000

8,143, 775

124,725,424

Total, Bureau of Reclamation.
Geological Survey:
Geological Survey
.„_„
Geological survey, national defense.
Expenses of negotiating Arkansas River compactStrategic and critical minerals (national defense)..

100, 000

$260,000
41,500,000
50,000

$122,000
35,750,000

1,320,258
40,382

$20,546,288

$75,250
16,283,436

102,102

$12,685,622

409
403
401
055

142,595,829

268,590,150

123,142,887

183,958,699

268, 590,794

9,861,672

10,091,340

16,005,000

, 100, 429
44,240
6,065

9,630,117

14,929, 550

1,640
9,074

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Funcional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948
Anticipated
supplemental

Actual

EXPENDITURES

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR-Continued
Geological Survey-—Continued
Transferred from:
Air Corps, Army .
__ _
Atomic Service, War Department
Central Valley project, California (reimbursable)
Expenses of fulfilling Atoka agreement, Bureau of Indian Affairs
...
Construction, irrigation systems, Indian Service (reimbursable)
- - Engineer service, Army
. _ .
_
Flood control, general, Army
_
Flood control, general, Department of Agriculture
Flood control, Mississippi River and tributaries, ArmyGeneral investigations, Bureau of Reclamation
Colorado River development fund
Irrigation, Indian Service, reimbursable—
Irrigation and drainage, Indian Service
—
Maintenance and improvement of existing river and
harbor works, Army
Maintenance, Bureau of Ships, Navy.
_..
Operation and conservation of naval petroleum reserves,
._.
Navy Department
Salaries and expenses, American sections, International
. . . . _ Commissions
Salaries and expenses, Foreign Economic Administra_
_
_
tion
San Luis project, Colorado (reimbursable)
Special and technical investigations, International Joint
Commission, United States and Great Britain, Department of State
_
Supervising mining operations on leased Indian lands,
_
Interior
Tennessee Valley Authority fund_ _
Gila project, Arizona (reimbursable)
___,
Special and technical investigations, International
Joint Commission, United States and Canada, Department of State
Maintenance, Wapato irrigation and drainage system,
etc., Yakima Reservation, Wash, (receipt limitation)
Working funds
_
Transferred from:
Colorado River dam fund, All-American Canal (special
_. . _ _
account).Reclamation fund (special account)
._
Permanent appropriation (indefinite): Payments from proceeds of sale of water (special account)

053
406
401

$493,754
49, 675

$495,136
139, 607
24,700

610

614

773

401
053
401
354
401
401
401
401
401

479
793,026
604,028

6,121
1, 542,127
385,488
137
11
862
9,765
9,000

452
054

115,053
14,247

125,304

125,000

403

51,596

23,000

23,000

106,799

102,000

2,149
4,073

154

0,000

MO

154

16,445

403
401
401

9,385
79,458
1,325

154

66,432

401
409

«95
444,411

541,731

179,000

401
401

2,117
74,767

700
126,526

79,000

435

15,439
242

$768

$600

$600

9,852,440

10,091,940

16,005,600

11,980,320

13,194,734

17,042,550

403

184,800

162,500

164,600

182,578

172,143

158,600

551
551

1,019,000
1,483,000

1,148,000
1,875,000

1,165,000
2,895,000

1,000,720
1,430,506

1,131,113
1,852,179

1,161,250
2,820,000

401

503

209

403
403
403

500,000
99,000

403

450,000

403
403
403
403
403
403

5,250,000
559,350
1,700,000
350,000
826,750

400,000
105,000

506,600
105,000

67
495,092
86,460

426,657
108,929

488,000
103,500

450,000
"3,000,000
440,300
1,060,000
75,000
600,000

12 9,750,000
428,300
1,750,000
350,000
606,000

6,287,173
497,432
1,383,862
139,553
744,104

449,000
9,190,673
449,082
1,174,451
252,985
654,820

500
9,550,000
436,200
1,637,800
314,900
605,000

• Excess of credits, deduct.
' 2 Includes amounts applied to prior contract authorizations: 1948, $210,944; 1949, $9,750,000.




716,000
375,000

151
401

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
Protection of mineral resources and facilities (national defense)
Testing fuel
._
Anthracite investigations
Construction and equipment of anthracite research labora__
tory
Construction and equipment of anthracite research laboratory, Schuylkill Haven, P a
Synthetic liquid fuels
Mineral mining investigations
Investigation and development of domestic mineral deposits
Coal investigations
_
Oil and gas investigations

6,657

$495,000
10,000

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR—Continued
Bureau of Mines—Continued
Purchase of land, etc , Bartlesville, Okla
_
Expenses, mining experiment stations
Metallurgical research and pilot plants
Care, etc., buildings and grounds, Pittsburgh, P a
Economics of mineral industries
Investigation of raw-material resources for steel production
.
_
_
(national defense) .
Gaseous and solid fuel reduction of iron ores (national defense)
_
Construction and equipment of helium plants
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)
Magnesium pilot plants and research (national defense)
Reduction of zinc concentrates 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 defense)
Development of processes for recovery of waste metals
(national defense)
Helium utilization and research
_ ..
Helium production
Emergency fund for the President (national defense) allotmentWorking fund
_.. _
Working fund special fund
Permanent appropriation (indefinite): Development and
operation of helium properties (special account)-

403
403
403
403
403

$1,385,000
1,895,000
142,300
708,500

$1,060,000
1,000,000
140,000
680,000

403
403

73
187,174

(13)

$398
1,109,000
961,525
171,262
673,213

$1,342,000
1,772,500
141,500
705,100

746,011

403

23,992

403

47,887

403
403

11,721
17,693

403

18, 111

733

403
403

281, 794
5,683

22, 201

1,420

7
103,829
316,215

95,301
301,412

90,000
243,000

210, 559
1,749

360,056

403
403
403

100,000
(»)

90,000 .

91,000

15
« 167,800

403
403
403

405
405
610
405
405
405
610
401
405
405
405
405
405
405

485,013

346,000

350,000

153,092

285,282

287,966

16,485,528

403

12,631,800

22,292,300

16,978,180

20,440, 678

22,219, 292

6,853,755
10,000

6,767,055

7,850,000

6,492,258

6,901,611
10,000

7,738,000

9,233
65,000
30, 464
764,000
110,000
100,000

17,000
89, 000
26,000
875,000
370,000
150,000

5,000,000

6, 500,000

5,000,000
16,413

8,274,000
86,000

(16)

68,300
740,900

$300,000

15,000
75,000
30,000
770,000
121,000
200,000

15,000
90,000
25,000
900,000
400,000
200, 000

25,000
6,000,000
(16)

16 11,000,000

303
405
405
453

200
1,137
72,616
722,103
17
25,000
2,405,681
5,619
1,914,864
35,024

303

1,385
445,701

1,330,000
2,150,000

405

° Excess of credits, deduct.
i» Reappropriation of $1,979,383.
H Reappropriation of $2,506,612.
« Reappropriation of $14,988.
i6 Includes $5,000,000 in 1947 applied to prior contract authorizations; 1949 excludes $2,000,000 contract authorization.
tf Excludes $2,000,000 contract authorization.




$919
1,391,381
868,190
188,328
937,979
344,141

403

Total, Bureau of Mines
National Park Service:
National Park Service
Philadelphia National Shrines Park Commission.
Payment to Henry Weibert or successors in interest
.
Waterrights
Travel [Bureau] Division
Recreational demonstration areas
Salaries and expenses, national capital parks.
River basin studies
„
_
Acquisition of lands
Acquisition of lands for Great Smoky Mountains
Acquisition of the Montezuma Well property
Roads and trials
Roads and trails, national parks, emergency construction
Parkways
Care, maintenance and protection, buildings and grounds,
Franklin D Roosevelt Library
Expenses, collection of fees from visitors, Franklin D. Roosevelt Library
Physical improvements, buildings and utilities
Roads trails, and physical improvements
Arlington Memorial Bridge
National Industrial Recovery, Public Works Administra_
_
tion, allotment to Interior

$1,430,615
1,000,000
198,000
850,000

V 7,414,150

12,735
25,567

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR—Continued
National Park Service—Continued
Purchase of lands. _
Working fund
Working fund, special fund
Permanent appropriation (indefinite): Purchase of lands
and other property, Mammoth Cave National Park
. .
(special account)

405
405
405

405

Total, National Park Service . Fish and Wildlife Service:
._
Salaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses, Office of Fishery Coordination
Migratory bird conservation fund (receipt limitation,mdefinite)_
Federal aid in wildlife restoration (receipt limitation, indefinite).
Construction of byproducts plant, Pribilof Islands, Alaska
Upper Mississippi River Wildlife Eefuge
National Industrial Recovery, Public Works Administration
National Industrial Recovery, Interior, wildlife refuges
Halibut allocation program
Transferred from:
Exportation and domestic consumption of agricultural
commodities, Department of Agriculture
Flood control, general, Department of the Army
Rivers and Harbors, Department of the Army.
Philippine rehabilitation, Department of State-.
Cultural relations with China and neighboring countries and the countries of the Near East and Africa..
Working fund
Working fund, special fund
Permanent appropriations (indefinite):
Payments to counties under Migratory Bird Conservation Act (special account)
Expenses for sales, etc., in refuges (special account)

$3,250
49,000
37,000

$13,402
13,029

$16,894,150

12, 230, 573

18,095,971

24,151,431

6,722,742
11,414
2,024,270
1, 774,276
7,438
341

6,536,805

10,610,300

2,392,000
2,581,000
20,000
1,000

2,000,000
6,140,000
6,820
5,000

79,961
11,111

102,043
30,100
162

20,031

$9,591
26,037,546

404
404
404
404
404
404

$10,128,055

18 7,302,602

6,532,810

11,587,200

4,222,332
2,500,000

4,361,652
9,031,273

2,000,000
7,000,000

$300,000

404
404
404

353
401
452
155

136,934

157,000

436,807

1,200,188

158,000
95,000
1,192,000
920,000

151
404
404

247,874
• 46,840

140
18,359
72,483

67,705
3,000

87,499
20r 013

129,447
40,000

104,447
30,000

87, 541
23,987

129,453
40,000

104,447
30,000

14,138,446

20,095.182

20, 721,647

11,517,856

13,280,733

21,352,303

610
610
301
206

57,475
48,000
50,000
372, 600

60,000

57,687
46,994
50,000
362, 223

60,000

50,000
334,700

69.000
48,000
50,000
448,000

50,000
439,000

68, 500
47,000
50,000
447,000

453

140,000

130,000

100,000

179,655

142,000

110,000

453

"2,600,000

» 3,750,000

M 9,767,400

2,671,674

4,727,000

15,165,000

404
404

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
Wagon roads, bridges, a n d trails, Alaska (receipt
limitation)
Construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, an<d
trails, Alaska
Construction of Palmer-Richardson Road, Alaska
(national defense)
_
Reconstruction and improvement of Richardson High. __ _
way, Alaska
Alaska Railroad appropriated fund
. _
. . ,.
Permanent appropriation (indefinite): Alaska Railroad
special fund (special account)
Territory of Hawaii:
Salaries and expenses, Governor and secretary..
_
Legislative expenses
Equatorial and South Sea Islands: Salaries and expenses

$105,063
• 34,397

112,200

* 7,370,000
>

453

244

453
456

750,000

456
610
610
610

907,486

266,849

11,500,000

11,883,330

14,808,000

26,662,965

25,900
47, 200
9,000

24, 752
47,076

25,348

25,800
47,000
8,500

250,000
« 4,000,000

3115,000,000

9,278,074

10,750,000

25,300
47,200

25,300

• Excess of credits, deduct.
18 Excludes reappropriation of $40,000.
19
Includes amounts applied to prior year contract authorization: 1947, $700,000; 1948, $900,000; 1949, $1,500,000. Excludes contract authorization: 1949, $6,944,000.
20
Excludes supplemental contract authorization of $4,000,000.
« Excludes $15,000,000 contract authorization in 1948 and $6,700,000 in 1949. In 1949, applied to prior contract authorization.




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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
Actual, 1947
No.

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR—Continued
Government in the Territories—Continued
Government of the Virgin Islands:
Salaries and expenses
610
Salaries and expenses, agricultural station
351
Salaries and expenses, agricultural experiment station
351
and vocational school
Defraying deficits in treasuries of municipal governments 610
Salaries and expenses of municipal experts, St. Croix
610
Transferred from:
Community facilities, defense public works, Federal Works Agency
254
Federal aid in wildlife restoration
404
Puerto Rico:
Puerto Rican hurricane relief
204
610
Emergency relief, revolving fund, act of Feb 11,1936
610
School and roads
Division of Territories and island possessions:
Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administra• 610
tion allotment
Emergency fund, Territories and island possessions
610
(national defense)
Emergency fund for the President, national defense,
610
allotment
610
_
_ _- _ _
>_
Working fund
Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special
610
fund, allotment (special account)

Total _
_
Anticipated supplemental appropriations not itemized above:
Reclamation fund, special fund, construction:
Boise project, Idaho, Anderson Ranch
, ..
Rathdrum Prairie project, Hayden Lake unit.
Total, Department of the Interior—
•Excess of credits, deduct.




$216,100
46,300

$213,000
46,300

$225, 537
42,365

$216,000
47,000

$214,000
46,000

135,200
6,000

140,000

170,000

«1,647
160, 776
4,913

147,000

168,000

1,463

610

2,035
2,000

404
142, 958

3
23,617
3,713

« 552,349

124,338
26,751

37,000

2,083
« 35,961

42,589

1,407,649
13,783,164

Total, Government in the Territories
Miscellaneous: Claims and judgments

$228,015
45,300

$7,482,200

213, 604
290,408,271

282,056,650

8,632,200

481,210,647

21,039,154
176,835

273,579,693

353,986,604

499,717,799

1,050,000
40,000

37,493,800

18,332,750
311,007

19,752,400

250,000
69,500

355,076,604

500,037,299

1,300,000
109,500

401
401
290,408,271

282,056,650

10,041, 700

481,210,647

273,579,693

42,507,416

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE i
Legal activities and general administration:
Salaries:
Office of Attorney General, etc—
".
Office of Attorney General
Office of solicitor general
_
Office of assistant solicitor general
_
Office of assistant to the Attorney General
_
Administrative division..
_
...
Tax division
_
Criminal division
_
_
Claims division
_
Office of pardon attorney..__
Board of immigration appeals
Contingent expenses
Traveling expenses
Printing and binding
Penalty mail costs
.-..
Federal tort claims
Salaries and expenses, customs division
Protecting interest of the United States in customs matters..
Salaries and expenses, antitrust division
Enforcement of antitrust and kindred laws
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, allotmentWorking fund

610
610
610
610
610
610
610
207
610
207
610
610
610
610
610
610
604
604
503
503
610
102

610
610
610
207
610
207
610
610

Total, Immigration and Naturalization Service.

$770,000

1,268,000
813,000
993,000
1,449,000

1,275,000
810,000
890,000
1,500,000

1,250,000
800,000
775,000
1,600,000

210,000
160,000
555,000
200,000
186,800

205,000
140,000
470,000
140,000
25,000
187,000

250,000
155,000
580,000
108,000
5,000
189,000

2,089,000

2,400.000

3,250,000

89.000

95,000

115,000

2 650,000

2,500.000

2,450,000

459,000
5,206,700
113,800
* 5, 232, 800
700, 000
265, 000

500,000
5,200,000
100,000
5,150,000
700, 000
50,000

207
207
207
406
207

23,109, 500

9,632,000
100,000

42,400, 000
100,000

' 51, 209

$749,768

$770,800

1,275,366
832,000
893,000
1,493,160

1,246,000
797,000
775,000
1,593,000

205,500
124,800
620,000
80,369
2,000
179,350

240,000
135,000
580,000
98,000
3,000
187,000

2,355, 500

3,124, 500

30,000

85,000

189,764
53
2,078,700
191
93,733
9
2,604,451
7,508
487,369
5,240,948
112,294
5, 301, 536
575,241
285,725

94,100

113,406

2,500,000
21
532,000
4,981,000
104,450
5,407,600
649,000
77,246

2,455,000

2,600
2,873

24,132,000

23, 276, 543

23,161, 703

23,896,700

43,800,000
100,000

10,378, 514
186, 000
24,314,403
3, 837, 936

46, 235,000
14, 000
1,800,000
1,155,000
305

43,940,000

575,000
5,200.000
100,000
5,310,000
650,000

195,000

25,168,000

571,000
5,176,000
99,000

5,283,000
650,000

10,000

34,900,096

610
610

42, 500,000

43,900,000

38,716,853

49,204,305

43,950,000

28,787,000

27,000,000

27,125,000

27, 544, 655
115,601

28,140,000
149,000

27,235,000

28,787,000

27,000,000

27,125,000

27,660,256

28,289,000

27,235,000

• Excess of credits, deduct.
» Excludes Government corporations shown in the concluding section of this table.
»Excludes anticipated deficiency appropriation of $155,000.




$80,-000

$720,058
3,349
3,781
10,036
5,148
1,348,283
781,185
998,292
1,441,091
1,280
3,327
225,309
145,366

46, 522
« 21,178
23, 393,350

Total, Federal Bureau of Investigation,.
Immigration and Naturalization Service:
Salaries and expenses
Working fund

$772,500

610
610

Total, legal activities and general administrationFederal Bureau of Investigation:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses for certain emergencies..
Salaries and expenses (national defense)
Atomic energy, Executive, allotment
Claims and judgments

$753,250

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

D E P A R T M E N T OF JUSTICE-Continued
Federal Prison System:
_
Salaries and expenses, bureau of prisons
Penal and correctional institutions:
_
.
Salaries and expenses
Penitentiaries and reformatories, maintenance
Medical and hospital service, penal institutions
United States Penitentiary, McNeil Island, Wash.,
__
construction and repair
Buildings and equipment, penal institutions
Support of United States prisoners
Federal jails, buildings, and equipment
United States Northeastern Penitentiary
Public Works Administration Act of 1938, allotment

207

$426, 500

$420,000

$420,000

$437,312

$420,652

$420,000

207
207
207

18,589,000

18, 646, 730

17,850,000

18,596,000

18,968,000

1,437,000

1,400,000

1,497,000

18,411,328
•6
110,173

212,547

132,150

600,000
1, 800,000

162,000
1, 750,000

298,000
1,700,000

» 1,553
550,671
1,621,761

19,399
816,763
1,896,978
' 165

6,628
443,553
1,650,000

21,962,504

21,620,331

207
207
207
207
207
207

Total, Federal prison system

Miscellaneous:
Transferred from Temporary National Economic Committee
_-_ _
_
-._
Permanent appropriation,indefinite: Payments from proceeds
of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special account)
Claims and judgments
Total, miscellaneous
Total, Department of Justice

156
400
22, 852, 500

Office of Alien Properly: Supplies, materials, etc. (special
account)

_

$43,000

22,378,730

43,000

21,765,000

3

503

610
610
610

21,130, 242

731

39
478, 588
1,674,439

419,000

255,000

485,302
1,387,633

481,750
200,023

270,000

2,153, 027

419,000

255,000

1,872,974

681,773

270,000

112,085,973

115,407, 230

117,177,000

112, 657, 599

123, 299,285

116,972,031

238,000

° Excess of credits, deduct.
3 Excludes expenditures from funds carried in checking accounts with commercial banks. Limitations on the use of such funds for administrative expenses are as follows:
1947, $3,933,000; 1948, $3,700,000; and 1949, $4,400,000.




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]

APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
A c t u a l , 1947

Anticipated
supplemental

Actual

EXPENDITURES
Recommended,

A c t u a l , 1947

1949

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Office of the Secretary:
Salaries Office of Secretary
Salaries and expenses
_
Salaries and expenses (national defense)
Salaries and expenses, Office of Solicitor.
Contingent expenses
Traveling expenses

_

_ .. _
.-

_
_. _ . .

Printing and binding

553
553
553
553
553
553
553
553

Penalty mail costs
Division of Labor Standards:
551
Salaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses, child-labor provisions, Fair Labor
551
Standards Act
- Salaries and expenses, safety and health program (national defense)
.
- 551
551
Salaries and expenses, child-labor standards
Gommissioners of conciliation:
551
_
Salaries and expenses __
551
Commissioners of conciliation (national defense)
104
Salaries and expenses, Veterans' reemployment functions
United States conciliation service: Salaries and expenses _ . _ 551
Salaries and expenses, child-labor provisions, Fair Labor
551
Standards Act
Salaries and expenses, Retraining and Reemployment Ad552
ministration
__
__
_
Salaries and expenses, Shipbuilding Stabilization Committee
551
functions
Salaries and expenses, National Wage Stabilization Board
____
. 551
functions
Expenses of liquidation, National Wage Stabilization Board - 551
Transferred from:
Cooperation with the American Republics, Department
151
of State
Veterans' housing, Office of the Administrator, National
251
. _
Housing Agency
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allot553
_
ment
Working fund
__
553
Permanent appropriation, indefinite: Payments from proceeds
of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special account).... 553

$900,000

$943,200

$980,591

$39, 700
958,280

884,666
550,459
1,760, 759
425,288
303,810

1,080,000
100,300
539,000
213,800
143,100
467, 641

953,000
711,316
3,154,007
653, 596
560,000

883,000
483, 400
2,188,300
509, 700
128,200

1,106,000

140,000

190
1,062,861
470, 591
2,012, 558
368,338
307,497

215,000

200,000

505, 000

223,150

200,878

241,907

11, 847

209
54,325

14

2, 504, 466
130,986
8,119

101,802
102
456,941
419, 862

28,453

2,407

422,894

1,025

2,300,000

1
500, 000
430,000

509,000

338,000

2,000
485,100

10
15,433
39, 572

1, 800, 000

3,903

9,324

582

9,056, 609

6, 232, 998

4,178,403

1,938, 665

2,107,800

3,309,300

10, 983
3,565

2,075,946

106,189
2, 246,289

95, 491

6, 271,183

1,718

41, 652
9,269
5,382

90,993

71,955

9,052

1,699
14, 265

55, 862

9, 793,971

Total, Office of the Secretary

$982,409
$1,049,300

5,000

148,900

Apprentice Training Service:

Apprentice Training Service _. _ .

_

Salaries and expenses
Apprentice Training Service, war manpower functions.. ._
Apprentice Training Service, war manpower functions,
national defense.
_

552
552
552
552

Total, Apprentice Training Service
Bureau of Labor Statistics:
Salaries and expenses _ .
Salaries and expenses (national defense)
Study of labor conditions in Hawaii
Transferred from: Salaries, wage and hour division

Working fund,.,.
Total, Bureau of Labor Statistics • Excess of credits, deduct.




.,,.

2,444,000

«3,830
1, 800,000

553
553
553
551
553

2,107,800

2,444,000

2,030,326

2,080, 946

2,352,478

4,932,793

3,473,400

5,389, 200

5, 288, 056
159,965
11, 215
383
« 5,012

3,608,109
4,685
3,785

5,141,100

3,473,400

5,389, 200

5,454,607

3, 804,039

15,000

4,947,793

187, 460
5,141,100

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Func
tional
code
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estmate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR-Continued
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)
Transferred from Cultural relations with China and the
neighboring countries and countries of the Near East and
Africa, Department of State . . .
_
. . .
Grants to States under Social Security Act:
Maternal and child health services
Services for crippled children
Child-welfare services
Emergency maternity and infant care (national defense).

203

$447, 500

$15,604

551

256,309

10,013

206

477, 535

18,463

206

2,540

151

279

5,820,000
3,870,000
1,510,000
16,664,000

16, 690
17,247
212,991
1,979,429

27,864,000

2,226, 357

29,045, 344

2, 273, 256

551

4,191,900

3,027,903

$59,616

552
552
552
552

6,394,600

6,176,943

3,736,794

642,162
34,381,353

25,000
400,000

50,000

3, 254, 837
24,984
76, 827

40,000
20,000

20,000

1,590
42, 536,343

270
64, 788,685

72,000,000

206
206
203
206

Total, grants to States under Social Security Act
Total, Children's Bureau

_

._

__

National Wage Stabilization Board: Salaries and expenses
United States Employment Service:
General administration..
_ ...
Salaries and expenses . .
.
_
General administration, war manpower functions.
Employment office facilities and services
Employment office facilities and services, war manpower
functions
Migration of workers, war manpower functions.
.
Penalty mail costs, war manpower functions
Training within industry service, war manpower functions,
national defense
Grants to States for public employment offices
Expenses of liquidation, National Youth Administration,
war manpower functions.. __
Emergency fund for the President, national defense allotment, war manpower functions

$3, 701,000
$5,070,000

36,693,875

552
552
552
552
552

42,823,125

64, 842, 400

72,000,000

552

8,348

7,978

85,911,600

Total, United States Employment Service-

68,543,400

77,070,000

87,103,427

69,018,727

76,837,600

336,000

256,820

264,186

311, 637

4,793,001

4,260,834

355,474
43, 235

336, 731
8,066

180,500
4, 650,000
49,698
2,000

5,191,710

4, 605, 631

4,882,198

Women's Bureau: Salaries and expenses

551

234,000

263,000

Wage and Hour Division:
Salaries
Salaries and expenses
Miscellaneous expenses
W orking fund

551
551
551
551

4, 203, 700

4,298,000

Miscellaneous: Claims and judgments

i See also Federal Security Agency.




362,187

349,000
4, 647,000

5,121, 800

279

553

Total
Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Industrial safety program
.

5,121,800

4, 565, 887

Total, Wage and Hour Division...

Total, Department of Labor

__ .

$199, 600
4,568,000

40

552

--•v

. . .

140,490,495

85,305,783

93, 670,300

114,394, 658

86,066, 422

5, 575, 000

5, 600, 000

551
140,490,495

85,305,783

99,270,300

93, 703, 416

114, 394, 658

86,066,422

99, 278, 416

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
T A B L E 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES
Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

NATIONAL MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT
Office of the Secretary of Defense
051

$6,395,000

053

n, 162,792,000

053
053

Office of Secretary of Defense: Salaries and expenses

900,000
5,734,000

43,851

865,000
5,712,000

1,169,426,000

43,851

686, 577,000

23,000,000
5,000,000

30, 500,000
5,000,000

$1,215,500

$6,214,000

Department of the Air Force »
United States Air Force .
Salaries:
Office of the Secretary
Office of Chief of Staff

. ..
.

_ __

Total, Department of the Air Force

-.-

680,000,000

Department of the Army *
MILITARY FUNCTIONS

Office of Secretary of the Army:
Contingencies of the Army
Penalty mail, military functions
Miscellaneous expenses, military intelligence activities,
Army
_
Expediting production of equipment and supplies for national defense
Salaries and expenses, strategic services functions _ __ _
Emergency fund for the President:
National deferi.sp housing, Hllnt.mfvnt
National defense, allotment
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration,
allot cnent
- Foreign war relief allotment
Assistance to Greece and Turkey, allotment
Atomic energy allotment
Relief assistance to countries devastated by war, allotment-.
Lend-lease:
Lend-lease, miscellaneous accounts
,. _
.
Defense aid, special funds, allotment
Transferred from:
Salaries and expenses, International Refugee Organization, State
_
. _- __
Surplus property, care and handling overseas, Executive
Office of the President
,
Permanent appropriations (indefinite):
Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles etc. (special account)
Preparation for sale or salvage of military property
(special account)
.
.
.
Working fund
_

053
053

Total, General Staff Corps

- _

$25,495,000
$5,000,000

32,900,000
5,000,000

$14,709,136

053

«82

053
053

8,287,569
224,838

251
053

331
12,539,368

152
152
153
406
152

164,221,411
227,148
10

053
053

18,030,739
12,784,575

2,000,000
650,000

3,171,168
115,000,000
200,000
22,050,000

33,419,990
17,624
4.000,000

2, COO, 000
7,676,431

152

10,000,000

610

11,000,000

10,000,000

3,000,000

8,000,000

« 30,137,041

22,000,000
17,701,427

47,000,000
5,005,219

100,150,000

200,888,002

244,449,026

142,942,833

053

5,750,000

12, 250,000

053
053

25,000,000

50,000,000

Total, Office of Secretary of the Army
General Staff Corps:
Contingent fund, Chief of Staff
Special field exercises.
National War College
Inter-American Relations Department

$14,480,300

14,480,300

-.

-

-

053
053
053
151

56,245,000

7,000,000
294,600
1,000,000

9,000,000
306,000
650,000

6,000,000
299,000
903,000

• 261,106
1,935,508
259, 357
394,955

50,000
4,470,000
315,000
650,000

5,500,000
299,000
900,000

8,294,600

9,956,000

7,202,00a

2,328,714

5,485,000

6,699,000

5,000,000

° Excess of credits, deduct.
Includes only expenditures from appropriations to be made direct to the Department of the Air Force in 1949, primarily for procurement and operation of aircraft and research
and development. A total of $605,000,000 is included in the 1949 expenditures for the Department of the Army for liquidation of prior year obligations for such purposes. Other
expenses for 1949, including military pay and maintenance, are still shown under the Department of the Army.
2
Excludes $550,000,000 contract authorization and includes $250,000,000 for liquidation of prior contract authorizations.
« Excludes Government corporations shown in the concluding section of this table.
1




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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948

Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

1949

NATIONAL MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT—Continued
Department of the Army—Continued
MILITARY FUNCTIONS—continued

Finance Department:
Finance Service, Army
Retired pay, Army
Travel pay and allowances, Regulars, war with Spain
Travel pay and allowances, volunteers, war with Spain
Army account of advances
Overtime leave and holiday compensation, allotment to war_
Administrative expenses, payments, Armed Forces Leave
Act of 1946, allotment
Payments under the Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946, allotment
Claims for damages, act July 3, 1943
Permanent appropriation (indefinite):
Expenses and losses, financing war contracts (special
account)
Sales of surplus property, foreign areas clearing account,
Army (special account)
Transferred from:
Expenses of liquidation, Civilian Conservation Corps
Civilian Conservation CorDS
Working fund

053 $3,051,800,000 $2, 549, 755, 700
053
053
053
053
053

$2,191,029,000 $3, 526, 273, 731 $2,360,152,966
84,000,000
202,627
1,304
« 685, 745,136
11,343
15,000

$2,195,103,000
77,000,000

5, 539, 700

1,310,300

100,000

1,375, 015, 631
680,314

153,184,369

47/763

15, 580

610

« 18,874, 740

75,000,000

29, 535,503

204
204
053

13
109
422,962

055
055
053

246, 724

053

234, 667

Total, Finance Department

3,052, 281,391

Quartermaster Corps:
053
Quartermaster service, Army
Replacing Quartermaster service, Army (special account) _ _ 053
Working fund
._
.
053

2, 549,815, 700

2,275,029,000

4, 203, 575, 621

2, 589, 678,215

2,301, 753,503

Transportation Corps:
Transportation service Army
Working fund
Working fund, special account

053
054
054

__

Signal Corps:
Signal service of the Army
_
__
Replacing Signal Corps supplies and equipment (special
account)

Workingfund

053

699,996,960

741, 905, 000

751,304, 635
« 32,399, 702
576, 734

725, 650,000
150,000,000
2,192,422

730,935,000
35,900,000
2,329, 954

597, 900,060

..-.

597, 900,000

699, 996, 960

741,905, 000

719,481, 667

877, 842,422

769,164, 954

500,000,000

374,055,100

356,198,000

540, 276, 621
314, 695
« 26, 677

400,000,000
702,090
26, 677

364,000,000

500, 000, 000

Total, Quartermaster Corps

Total, Transportation Corps

60,000

15,000

374,055,100

356,198,000

540, 564, 639

400, 728, 767

364,000,000

102,000,000

« 82, 474, 900

107, 446, 000

139,844, 500

91, 700,000

99, 500,000

« 5,097,317
199, 613

300,000

800,000
595,000

134, 946, 796

92,000,000

100,895,000

053
053
102,000,000

82,474, 900

1,199, 500,000

s 829, 272,100

834, 824, 757
« 38,869,304
309, 614
2, 793, 840
19,906

1,150,000,000
« 5, 590,386
590,386

605,000,000

1,199, 500, 000

Total, Signal Corps

829, 272,100

799, 078, 813

1,145,000,000

605,000,000

68,000, 000

69, 534,000

76, 628,412
a4

70,000,000

66,000,000

77,048
« 8,873, 329
138, 268

952
89, 382
« 9,848

3,703, 720

67,970, 395

70,080,486

69, 703, 720

107,446,000

Air Corps:

Air Corps, Army
Working fund
W^orkinsr fund Air Coros fsoecial account)
""Working fund defense aid
Development of rotary-wing aircraft, Army

-

.'

053
054
054
054
053

Total, Air Corps
Medical Department:
Medical and Hospital Department, Army
Library, Surgeon General's Office
Care of mental Datients
ReDlacins medical ^UDDIIPS (sDecial account)
Workingfund.

053
053
053
053
053

Total, Medical Department
« Excess of credits, deduct.
»
« Excludes $5,000,000 contract authorization and liquidated in 1949.
5
Excludes $430,000,000 contract authorization.

770000—48




X

68,000,000

69, 534,000

64,900,000

64,900,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
?unc;ional
code
No.

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948

Actual, 1947

Anticipated
supplemental

Actual

NATIONAL

MILITARY

ESTABLISHMENT—

Department of t h e

Recommended,

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

1949

Continued

Army—Continued

MILITARY F U N C T I O N S — c o n t i n u e d

Corps o f Engineers:

Engineer service, Army
_ _
_
Replacing engineer service
Repair of arsenals, Army ._
._
_
_
Acquisition of land, West Point, N . Y _ .
_
National Industrial Recovery, Public Works Administration allotment
Construction of buildings, utilities, and appurtenances at
military posts
_
Construction and repair of hospitals
Sites for military purposes
Transferred from:
Community facilities, defense public works, Federal
Works Agency
Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration,
special fund allotment
National defense housing, Office of Administrator, National Housing Agency
Special accounts: National defense housing, War, maintenance, etc
Working fund
_
Working fund, special fund
Total, Corps of Engineers
Ordnance

053
053
053
053

$816,044,000

6 $320, 739,000

7 $321,770,000

$785, 517,023
• 10,337,401
931
«542

$550, 500,000
« 9, 275,950

$415,300,000
11,500,000

5,625

053
<8)

053
053
053

• 2, 552
*48
a 41

100,000

254

•30

610

5,143,996

100,000

251

« 29,113

100

251
053
053

a 122
• 1,037,742
a
1,300

180,000

50,000

_

3,650,000

816,044,000

320, 739,000

321, 770,000

779,258,684

541,604,150

430,500,000

327, 719,000
69,000

e 245, 532,800
44,000

7 368,856,000

45, 560,444
69, 677

308,000,000
46,000

282,000,000
3,843

95, 231, 371
194,037,413
°21

« 15,000,000
311,000

2,457,157

334,898,884

293, 357,000

284,461,000

Department:

Ordnance service and supplier Army
Rock Island Bridge, Rock Island, 111
Permanent appropriations: Replacing ordnance and ordnance stores (special account)
Working fund
..
Working fund, Navy, naval supply account fund
Total, Ordnance Department.

053
053
053
054
054

_

327, 788,000

053
053

Total, Chemical Corps

25,900, 000

19,890,300

16,819,000

27,151,337
« 3, 557, 519

21,700, 000
• 80,000

17,600,000
60,000

25, 900, 000

Chemical Corps:
Chemical service, Army
Working fund

245, 576, 800

19,890,300

16,819, 000

23, 593,818

21, 620,000

17,660,000

4, 500, 000

4,325,000

4, 250, 000
77,000
75,000
470, 000
260,000
50,000

4,200,000

368, 856,000 '

Army Ground Forces:

Training and operation, Army Ground Forces
Special service schools
Instruction in armored force activities

053
053
053
053
053
053
053
053

ComTTifvnd find Opnp.ral Staff Onllp.gp

Seacoast
Seacoast
Seacoast
Seacoast

defenses
defenses general (no year)
defenses (no year)
defenses, Panama Canal (no year)

Total, Army Ground Forces
United S t a t e s Military

-

1, 264,000
1,160, 000
345, 000
2,487, 000

5, 256,000

1, 913,000
5, 221, 373

7, 474,000

7,134,373

430,009
60,000

4,750,000

3,082,972

5,182,000

4,690,000

$100,000

2,100,000
5, 279,000

1, 654, 298
5, 430,175

2,011,000
5, 200,000

2,100,000
5,200,000

100,000

7, 379,000

7,084,473

7,211,000

7,300,000

10 195,000,000
80,000,000
20,250,000

35,105,616
15,112,969
7,940,362

124,000,000
49,000,000
18,500,000

155,000

146,375

4, 950,000

1,864,000
5, 610,000

425, COO

Academy:

Pay of Military Academy
Maintenance, Military Academy..

053
053

Total, Military Academy
N a t i o n a l Guard"
Organized Reserves
R e s e r v e Officers' Training Corps

. . .

National Board for Promotion of Rifle Practice, Army: Promotion of rifle practice
-

053
D53
353

110,000,000
56,000,000
16,782,000

8 134,000,000
67, 828, 900
25,025,000

053

281, 500

303, 500

• Excess of credits, deduct.
e Excludes $2,000,000 contract authorization.
7
Includes $2,000,000 applied to prior contract authorization.




450, 000

934, 446
941,276
256,825
938,050
12,376
404
«405

290,000

»Reappropriation of $190,581.
• Excludes $15,000,000 contract authorization.
10
Includes $15,000,000 applied to prior contract authorization.

199,000,000
75,000,000
23,000,000
224,000

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No.
Actual, 1947

EXPENDITURES

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

NATIONAL MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT—Continued
Department of the Army—Continued
MILITARY FUNCTIONS—continued

Military assistance, Philippines _ _
Expenses, Army of the Philippines
Penalty mail, Department of the Army..
Atomic Service, War Department

053
053
053
053

Miscellaneous:
Working fund
Claims and judgments..

053
053

Total, military functions, exclusive of departmental salaries
and expenses
Departmental salaries and expenses:
Office of Secretary of the Army
Office of the Chief of Staff
Adjutant General's Office
Office of the Inspector General
Office of Judge Advocate General
Office of Chief of Finance
Office of Quartermaster General
Office of Chief Signal Officer
Office of Commanding General, Army Air Forces..
Office of Surgeon General
Office of Chief of Engineers
Office of Chief of Ordnance
Office of Chief of Chemical Corps
Office of Chief of Chaplains.
National Guard Bureau

$375,000,000

68,175, 266

8,000

433,468

« 425, 656
1,116,112

300,656
300,000

$125,000
31,287

690,456

600,656

156,287

7,283,415,259 $5,496,797,633

8,003,059,077

6,536,636,722

5,402,150,297

564,000
394,000
2,088,000
33,000
134,000
609,000
831,000
371,000
517,000
393,000
531,000
883,000
83, 000
7,000
104,000

564,000
394,000
2,088,000
33,000
134,000
609, 000
831,000
371,000
517,000
393,000
531,000
883, 000
83, 000
7,000
104, 000

564,000
394,000
2,088,000
33,000
134,000
609, 000
831,000
371,000
393, 000
531,000
883, 000
83,000
7,000
104,000

560,167
377, 580
2,023,847
31, 625
131,423
625, 790
860, 502
319, 794
515,034
390,051
531, 000
883, 011
83, 561
6,649
108, 420

520,147
394,000
2,088,000
33,000
134,000
609,000
831,000
371,000
517,000
393,000
531,000
883,000
83, 000
7,000
104, 000

564,000
394,000
2,088,000
33,000
134, 000
609,000
831,000
371,000
21,900
393, 000
531,000
883, 000
83,000
7,000
104,000

7, 542,000

7,025, 000

7, 448, 454

7, 498,147

7,046, 900

3,000,000
11, 500,000

2, 350, 000
7,000, 000

2, 000, 000
7, 000,000

2, 643, 687
8, 786, 426

2, 600,000
7, 800, 000

2, 000,000
7, 700, 000

22,042, 000

053
053

$5,100,000 $4,667,809,000

7, 542,000

053
053
053
053
053
053
053
053
053
053
053
053
053
053

Total,~salaries, Department of the ArmyContingent expenses, Department of the A r m y . .
Printing and binding, Department of the Army.

$50,000,000

433,468

Total, miscellaneous..

$59,134,555

16, 892,000

16, 025,000

18, 878, 567

17, 898,147

16, 746, 900

4, 683, 834, 000

8, 021, 937, 644

6,554, 534, 869

5, 418, 897,197

4,190, 387
60, 000,000
1,804,000

7, 280, 000
38, 369, 000
1, 804,000

11, 705, 427
708, 603

5, 400, 000
75,000,000
1, 550,000

6, 500, 000
68,000,000
1, 800,000

Total, departmental salaries and expenses, Department of

the Army

_

Total, military functions, Department of the Army..

7,305,457,259

5,513,689,633

5,100,000

CIVIL FUNCTIONS
Quartermaster Corps t

Cemeterial expenses, Department of the Army
Cemeterial expenses, Department of the Army (no year)....
Signal Corps: Alaska Communication System.
Corps of Engineers:
Maintenance and improvement of existing river and harbor
works
Alteration of bridges over navigable waters of the United
States
Flood control, general.
Flood control, Kings River and Tulare Lake, Calif
Flood control, Sutton Reservoir, W. Va
Flood control, general (emergency fund)
Flood control, Mississippi River and tributaries
Emergency fund for flood control on tributaries of Mississippi River
Flood control, Sacramento River, Calif
Power plant, Bonneville Dam, Columbia River, Oreg.,
construction
Power plant, Fort Peck Dam, Mont., construction
« Excess of credits, deduct.
" $19,750,000 available from military appropriations.




610
610
459

2, 481,000

452

110,125, 250

116, 718, 700

191,267,000

87r614, 849

130, 000, 000

170,000,000

452
401
401
401
401
401

2,900,000
144,065,000
1,000,000
750,000
12,000,000
46,000,000

500,000
246,072, 825

500,000
395, 940,000

500,000
240,000, 000
865, 377
500,000
11,000,000
56,000,000

1,000,000
375,000,000

3,000,000
70,000, 000

• 325, 626
129, 971, 375
134, 623
515
3,185, 586
42, 870, 624

401
401

500,000
2,000,000

500,000
1, 750, 000

500,000
2,000,000

398, 282
1,966, 453

1,000, 000
2, 500,000

500,000
2,000,000

401
401

85, 464
1, 685, 668

400, 000

133,311

1,505,000

796,000

50,000,000

249, 485
4, 000, 000
67,000,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Func;ional
code
No.
A c t u a l , 1947

1948

Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

A c t u a l , 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

NATIONAL MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT—Continued
Department of the Army—Continued
CIVIL FUNCTIONS—continued

Corps of Engineers—Continued
Maintenance and operation, certain Federal water mains
outside the District of Columbia
610
Transferred from:
Improvement of Washington Channel, District of
Columbia
_
452
Development of landing areas for national defense,
Civil Aeronautics Administration
__
454
Hospital and domiciliary facilities, Veterans' Administration
104
Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation, Department of State
__
155
Salaries and expenses, Veterans' Administration
104
Working fund, Army, engineers, civil
053
Permanent appropriations (indefinite):
Maintenance and operation of dams and other improvements of navigable waters (special account)
452
Payments to States, flood control, act of June 28, 1938
(special account).
401

9, 379, 364

(12)

388,730
77,000,000

300,000,000

2, 977, 669
17
« 40,809,493

(12)

22,406

5,500,000

8,485,000

35,000,000

6,577,630

152,835

150,000

150,000

305,820

152, 835

150,000

207,041

225,000

243, 750

121,496

240,000

243,000

321,217,126

Total, Corps of Engineers
Relief of the Philippine Islands „
United Stales Soldiers' Home: Permanent appropriation: Payment of interest on Soldiers' Home permanent fund
Penalty mail, civil functions
_
Government and relief in occupied areas
Miscellaneous: Private relief acts

$12,000

$11,310

217,925

$12,000

$12,000

$7,773

33,156

$12,000

415, 928, 525

663, 612, 750

240,472, 792

562,386,467

935,350,426

700,000
160,000
998,275,000

825,000
220,000
1,250,000,000

5,000,000

155
104
610
152
401

700,000

498,699

825,000
225, 000
1,250,000,000

1,962,115, 750

772, 243, 556

1,643,471,467

2,262, 695,426

16,312,000
3, 700, 000
3,324,300
100, 000

12,988,653
2,824, 932
2, 733,401
2, 605,440
3,856

16, 793,479
3, 554, 250
2,907,000
1, 996, 789
30,000

19,310,403
3, 700,000
3,324,300
400,000
22, 526
156,509

21, 667

498, 699

24,664

725,000,000

940,000,000

$200,000
150,000,000

1,049,992,825

1,422, 622,912

150,200,000

452
206
610
452
610
610
610

12,749,000
2, 860,000
2, 781, 000
2, 618,000

13, 374, 000
3, 552,000
2, 900,000
750, 000

610
610

758,683
122, 591

746,000

748,500

874,435
202

788,000

798,125

24,184,800

22,052, 586

26,094,182

27,711,863

Total, civil functions, excluding Panama Canal..

513,808,354
49,681

PANAMA CANAL

Panama Canal:
Maintenance and operation
Sanitation, Canal Zone
Civil government, Panama Canal and Canal ZoneConstruction, additional facilities
Repatriation of unemployed aliens.. ._ _
Memorial to Maj. Gen. George W. Goethals
Working fund.
Permanent appropriation (indefinite): Postal funds, Canal
Zone (special account)
Claims and judgments
Total, Panama Canal

•

21,889,274

21, 322,000

Total, civil functions, Department of the Army

1,071,882,099

1,443, 944,912

150,200,000

1,986,300,550

794,296,142

1,669, 565,649

2,290,407,289

Total, Department of the Army ,,

8,377,339,358

6,957, 634, 545

155,300,000

6,670,134, 550

8,816,233,786

8,224,100,518

7,709,304,486

13,844,000
100,000

14, 500,000
9,000,000

11,982,000
8,885,000

34,000,000
100,000

40,000,000
245,500

14,265,220
8,967,003
801,126
5,000
34,000,000
1,257,157
3,319,340
135.000

11,280,000
8,762,100
619,000

45,000,000
110,000
9,600,000
175,000

14,848,814
162,878
1,092,202
220,195
12,055,023
2,475,155
2,443,328

Department of the Navy
Office of the Secretary:
Miscellaneous expenses, Navy
Contingencies of the Navy
Naval emergency fund
Naval research laboratory
Research, Navy__
._
Operation and conservation of naval petroleum reserves.J...
Exploration of Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 4,1947-50
Ocean and lake surveys . _

054
054
054
054
054
403
403
456

• Excess of credits, deduct.
» Excludes transfer of contract authorization, 1947, $251,000,000; 1948. $190,250,000.




140,000

145,530

40,000,000
2,574,000
2,375,000
43.000

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES

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TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
Actual, 1947
No.

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

NATIONAL MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT—Continued
Department of the Navy—Continued
Office of the Secretary—Continued
Expenses, island governments and liberated and occupied
_
_.
areas
Penalty mail costs
.-.
Naval Observatory
Hydrographic Office
Transferred from national defense housing, Office of Administrator, National Housing Agency
Special accounts:
National defense housing, Navy, maintenance, etc
Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration, special fund, allotments
Rents, maintenance, etc., national defense housing projects, emergency funds for the President, Navy
Emergency fund for the President, national defense
housing, Navy, for Federal Public Housing Authority,
National Housing Agency, maintenance, etc
Emergency fund for the President, defense housing,
temporary shelter, Navy, for Federal Public Housing
Authority, National Housing Agency, maintenance,
etc
Claims for damages by collisions with naval vessels
Claims for damage, residents of Guam
_.
Emergency fund for the President, Navy, allotment
Emergency fund for the President, national defense hous...
ing, allotment
Emergency fund for the President, War, allotment
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allot_
-_.ment
Administrative expenses, payments, Armed Forces Leave
Act of 1946, allotment
Lend-lease:
Defense aid
Defense aid (special fund)
_.
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration,
-.
allotment

$2,957,000

251

46, 401

610

263, 525

251

4,645

251

.3,255

251
054
054
054

$55, 951
61,478




96

251
054

»12,931

381,074

054

« 12,924

12,184

055

2,759,370

615,630

054
054

676,335
80,473

8, 500,000
1,250,000

152

26, 518,335

3,257,886

63,859,451

81,766,620

74,225,100

2,957,000

70,208,600

68, 946,429

60,740,000

054

212,000

235,000

217,074

229,619

30,000

054
054
054
054
054
054
054
054
054
054
054
054

2,675,000

2,400,000

2,704,000

269,000

1,500,000

1,100,000

1, 500,000
65,000
7,200,000
350,000
2,000,000

1,110,000
2,000
397,020
1,530,000
156,754
8,834,000
450,000
2,820,000

126,000

1,500,000
1,500,000
140,000
8,136,000
450,000
2,750,000

2,672,566
255
8,091
1,481,733
41,830
1,648,878
1, 528,429
55,874
8,900,681
562,378
3,439,963

15,000,000

2,460,000
12,345,000
12,900,000

877,647

10,898,562

29,850,000

27,705,000

21,435,399

29,131,955

054
054

3,346,000
22,209,000
r=—r

• Excess of credits, deduct.

$2,550,000
2,557,000
465, 000
3,000,000

$89, 746

Total, training, education, and welfare, Navy..
Miscellaneous expenses.
Naval Reserve

$2,800,000
2,200,000

$2,500,000
2,500,000
504,100
3, 592,000

251

Total, Office of the Secretary..
Bureau of Naval Personnel:
Training, education, and welfare, Navy:
Naval War College
Naval training stations:
Great Lakes, 111
Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho
._...
Lake Seneca, N . Y
Newport, R. I
Norfolk, Va
Port Deposit, M d
San Diego, Calif
Fleet training
Instruction
Libraries
Welfare and recreation..
Welfare of naval personnel
Training and education, Navy.
_
Officers candidate training

$3,000,000

610
054
304
054

054
054

i

;

.

i

200,000
133,800,000

184,000
35,000
2,020,000
39,000
325,000
2,176,000
10,571,000
12,780,000
28, 555,000
•

:

400,000
100,000,000

1,600,000
114,874,350

40,325
58,842,275

530,740
112,000,000

i

:

•-

•=?•

-;;

1, 285,000
127,885,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
^uncional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948

Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES

Recommended,

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

1949

NATIONAL MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT-Continued
Department of the Navy—Continued
Bureau of Naval Personnel—Continued
Naval Academy..
Pay
_
_
M aintenance
Permanent appropriation, indefinite: Laundry service,
Naval Academy (special account)
Total, Naval Academy

_

054
054
054
054

362,636

427,000

4, 292, 636
301,000

Bureau of Ships:
Maintenance
Defense installations on merchant vessels, Navy
Engineering, Navy
_

._.

054
054
054

Total, Bureau of Ships
Bureau of Ordnance: Ordnance and ordnance stores, Navy

-

Bureau of Supplies and Accounts:
Pay and subsistence of naval personnel
Retired pay, Navy
Transportation and recruiting of naval personnel
Pay, subsistence, and transportation
Maintenance
Transportation of things
__
Fuel
Fuel and transportation
Naval procurement fund
Naval stock fund..
_
.
_
Naval working fund
__.
Clothing and small-stores fund
Transfer from "Salaries and expenses, Atomic Energy Commission" _ _ _ _ _ _
____
Overtime, leave, and holiday compensation
Strategic and critical materials
General account of advances
Assistance to Greece and Turkey, allotmentTransferred from surplus property, care and handling overseas, Executive Office of the President

054

054
054
054
054
054
054
054
054
054
054
054
054

$4,200,000
1,173
40,292

$4,990,000

$2, 523,856
2,464,290
480,000

374,429

427,000

480,000

4,927,000

5, 500,000

5,362,575

4,668,465

5,482,000

325, 000

370,000

364, 577
47

315,288
986

363,000

135, 502, 000

150.049,350

86,045,198

146,647,434

163, 570,000

443, 750,000

is 320,000, 000

312,843,000

538,594.365
492,444
660

400,000,000

356,500,000

320,000, 000

312,843,000

539,087,469

400,000,000

356,500,000

246,390,000

184, 000,000

195,650,000

216,589,274

200,000,000

190,000,000

"996,840,000 13 1,267,092,000

1,109,936,000
78, 520,650
29,000,000

1,748,282,986

1,286,634,904

136,457,423
50 974 450
241,260, 538
114,488,828
69,457, 525
2,770,716
55,196,013
« 169, 254, 226
25,930,756
° 22, 770,425

41,390,290

1,128,269,000
72,239,000
28,957,200

206,372,025
72,500,000
42,314,000

199,000,000
66,100,000
58,440,000

95,000,000
• 150,000,000
16,000,000
-30,000,000

57,000,000
• 40,000,000
29,841,670
« 5,000,000

18,000,000
4,000,000

14,000,000
2, 531,411

10,000,000

10,000,000

79,000,000

35, 000, 000

212,000,000
99, 750,000
45, 000, 000

13 150,000,000
50,000,000
54,000, 000

1, 556,092,000

31, 500,000

054
054

1, 537,386 r 650

1,937,792,233

1,615,559,219

1,621,378,281

37, 500,000

35,000,000

36,831,103
538,899

37,417,710
94,101

37,150,000

31, 500,000

054
054

20,000,000

37, 500,000

35,000,000

37,370,002

37,511,811

37,150,000

132, 260,000
131,018,300

132,450,000

118,553,000

135,868,885
228,692,958

132,100,000
150,000,000

117,950,000
108,000,000

(15)

254
251

17,913
323, 520
263, 278,300

132,450,000

118, 553,000

» Excess of credits, deduct.
Excludes $50,000,000 authorized to be transferred from "Naval stock fund" and/or the "Clothing and small-stores fund."
1 Excludes $416,000,000 transferred from "Naval stock fund." Excludes $98,000,000 tentative deficiency appropriation.
4
18
( $2,900,701 from transfers and reimbursements used to liquidate prior contract authorizations,
13




12,000

3,348.000

610

Total, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Bureau of Yards and Docks:
Maintenance
Public works
Transferred from:
Community facilities, defense public works, Office of the
Administrator, Federal Works Agency
National defense housing, Office of Administrator.

197,130,000
65,000,000
57,800,000

6,428, 642
«94
-321,430,899

1,432, 590,000

__

$20,000,000

406
054
054
054
153

Total, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts

Total, Bureau of Yards and Docks. _.

$5,020,000

443,750,000

104
054

_.

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery:
Medical Department, Navy
Care of mental patients

$4, 500,000

160,802, 636

_

Naval Home, Philadelphia, Pa
Naval prison farms and prison personnel (receipt limitation) Total, Bureau of Naval Personnel.

$1,980,000
1,950,000

364, 579,756

282,423, 520

225,950,000

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No.

1948
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES
Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

NATIONAL MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT—Continued
Department of the Navy—Continued
Bureau of Aeronautics:
Aviation, Navy
Construction of aircraft..
Marine Corps:
Pay, Marine Corps
_
Retired pay, Marine Corps
Pay of civil force, Marine Corps:
Office of Commandant and director of personnel.
Office of Paymaster General
_
Office of Quartermaster General
Supply department
_
General expenses
_
Expenses, Marine Band, national encampment, Grand
Army of the Republic, Indianapolis, Ind
Replacing general expenses, Marine Corps, defense aid

6
054 1 $805,760,000
054

$501,000,000

$436, 668,000
is 255,000,000

$840,437,058

$725,000,000

$448,000,000
368,000,000 ,

054
054

227,994, 000

190, 594,000

180,187, 000
8, 519,000

316, 090, 721

193,269, 550

181,833,971
7,837,000

054
054
054
054
054

1, 239, 500
325,500
706,000

1,075,000

1,100, 000

1, 277,412
325, 905
840, 692

1,096,339

975,000
109, 530,000

1,078,000
106,300,000

1,080, 665
14,443
34,082
926,152
105, 932,846

1,060,373
107,435, 000

301, 257, 738

299,262,683

7, 700,000
770,000

73,100,000
14,980,000

544,009,323
96, 508, 057
« 10,345, 761

200,000,000
70, 000,000

125,700,000
98,300,000

630,171,619

278,470,000

312,080,000

25,119, 208

4,700,000
758,417

6,000,000

5, 445, 677

4,033,250
1,270,000

6,350,000
3,064,000
4, 400, 000
1,078,000
1, 939, 200
2,400, 000

17, 699
19, 234
54, 601
376,113
1,898, 665
34,907
1, 619, 686
1,037, 517
4,109,198
2,362,309
425,100
6, 524, 521
3, 765,368
5, 515, 739
1, 225,109
2, 031, 968
2,658, 640

4,059,116
1,115,000
18, 676
20,499
57,335
308, 262
1,433, 812
35,083
1,988, 741
1,015,117
3,320, 837
1, 917,418
329, 500
6,407,250
3,097, 785
4, 432,863
1.084, 202
2,094,187
2, 413, 000

725
775
79,120
324,900
1, 263,000
39,800
600,000
1,110,900
4, 248,000
72, 700
25, 500
6,340,000
3,040, 000
4,400,000
1,081,900
2,011, 500
2, 400,000

32,302,100

39,122, 051

35,148,683

32,342,070

124,147,000

Total, Marine Corps...
Shipbuilding:
Construction of ships
Ordnance for new construction
Increase and replacement of naval vessels _
Construction and machinery
Armor, armament, and ammunition..
Emergency construction

354,420,140

Total, shipbuilding.

302,174,000

(19)

054
054

054
054
054
054

5,907
2,190

8,140

054
054

(20)
21

80,053, 267

297,184, 000

398, 596,094

" 56, 800,000
20 9,470,000

300,000,000

66, 270,000

300,000,000

•

Repair facilities, Navy
Defense installation on merchant vessels..

054
054

Salaries:
Office of the Secretary..
Office of Naval Research
General board
Naval examining and retiring boards
Office of Naval Records and Library
Office of Judge Advocate General
Office of Chief of Naval Operations
Board of Inspection and Survey
Office of Director of Naval CommunicationsOffice of Naval Intelligence
Bureau of Naval Personnel
Hydrographic Office
Naval Observatory
Bureau of Ships
Bureau of Ordnance
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Bureau of Yards and Docks
Bureau of Aeronautics

054
054
054
054
054
054
054
054
054
054
054
054
304
054
054
054
054
054
054

Total, salaries—.

4, 785,000
15, 500
17, 500
57,000
275,000
1,642, 500
31,000
1,425, 000
967, 500
3, 626,000
2, 200,000
383, 500
6,140, 000
3, 456, 500
4, 705, 000
1,075,000
2,045,000
2, 715,000
35, 562,000

3,946,300
1,164,000
18, 600
20, 200
57,000
310, 000
1, 435, 000
35,000
2, 005, 000
980,000
3, 226,000
1, 890, 000
400, 000
6, 450, 000
3,100,000
4, 400, 000
1,078,000
2,045, 000
2,400, 000
34,960,100

4, 045, 900
1,280, 000

80,000
327,000
1, 250,000
40,000
528,000
1,220,000
4r 300, 000

••

'

° Excess of credits, deduct.
« Excludes $36,000,000, 1944 appropriation, continued available to liquidate 1944 obligations.
i* Excludes $248,000,000 contract authorization, and $100,000,000,1945 appropriation, continued available to liquidate 1945 obligations.
» Excludes $373,000,000 contract authorization and includes $150,000,000 to liquidate prior contract authorizations.
» Contract authorizations: 1948, $122,100,000; 1949, $160,000,000. Applied from balances and appropriation toward liquidation of prior contract authorizations: 1948, $9,700,000;
1949, $71,100,000.
» Contract authorizations: 1948, $143,320,000; 1949, $70,000,000. Applied from balances and appropriation toward liquidation of prior contract authorizations: 1948, $4,580,000;
1949, $11,170,000.
a Excludes $50,000,000 transferred from "Armor, armament, and ammunition" and includes $250,000,000 to liquidate prior contract authorizations.




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

i^unc;icnal
code
No.

EXPENDITURES

1948
Actual, 1947

Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

NATIONAL MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT—Continued
Department of the Navy—Continued
Contingent expenses, etc.:
Contingent expenses, Navy Department
Printing and binding, Navy Department
Contingent and miscellaneous expenses, Hydrographic Office
Contingent and miscellaneous expenses, Naval Observatory,
Payments, Armed Forces Leave Act, allotment

054
054

$1,250,000
3,100,000

$1,000,000
2,750,000

054
304
055

1, 500,000
48,000

975,000
50,000

5,898,000

4, 775, 000

Total, contingent expenses, etc
Miscellaneous:
Claims and judgments
Certified claims (pay, subsistence, and transportation,
Navy)

054

1,600,000
45,500
93,505,489

550,000
19,500
1,500,000

588,591,170

99,894,039

5,949,500

1, 300, 606

3, 269,193,100

$22,957,000

3, 510, 749,700

12, 527,948,367 10,226, 827, 645

178,257,000

11,356,705,250

610

344,500

053

4,221,003,915

4,140, 407,634

14, 584, 894, 975 12,446,363,784

12,-542,503,120

122,000

1,222,000

5,768, 661,189

800,000

10,000,000

053
053

22155,000,000

610
459

22

6,000,000
20,000,000

8,000,000

30,000,000

2,078,000
600,000

054

5,000,000
140,000,000
1,578,000
100,000

23 10,000,000
12,527,948,367

22 Excludes contract authorizations, 1948, $60,046,000; 1949, $65,000,000.
23 Excludes $117,024,460 contract authorization.




$1,000,000
2,880,000

11, 521,934
4,150,609,009

Total

Total, National Military Establishment

1, 711, 504

$1,181,287
3,561,763

054

Total, Department of the Navy

Anticipated supplemental appropriations not itemized above:
Department of the Army: Civil functions: Quartermaster
Corps: Cemeterial expenses
Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Department of the Army:
Military functions:
Organized Reserves
Citizens' Military Training: Reserve Officers'
Training Corps
Corps of Engineers, military construction
Civil functions:
Quartermaster Corps: Cemeterial expenses
Signal Corps: Alaska communication system
Department of the Navy: Bureau of Yards and Docks,
public works

3,635,000

$2, 599,845
5,464,134
1,188,804
43,876
579,294, 511

$1,000,000
2,635,000

10,226,827,645

25,000,000

9,000,000

26,000,000

344,479,000

11,420,383,250

14, 584,894,975 12,485,485,784

12,723,981,120

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

$325,912,500

$241, 787,174

$323,115,576

457
457
457
457
457
457
457
457
457
457

1,042
«20
63
14,374
3
3,568
3,323
281
26,403
1,761

1,219
336

604

3,567,180

3,453,496

103

16,386

604

151,161

604

«189

404
457

21,506
25,073

33,656

25,000

3,831,915

3,557,354

3,025,000

245,619,089

326, 672, 930

324,115, 336

Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT
Paid from general fund:
Deficiency in the postal revenues (indefinite)
Other:
Contingent and miscellaneous expenses
Miscellaneous items, first- and second-class post offices
Domestic air mail service.. _ _ __ _
Post-office stationery, equipment, and supplies
Equipment shops, Washington, D. C . - _
Rent, light, fuel, and water
Pneumatic-tube service, New York City
Vehicle service.
-__..
____
Operating supplies for public buildings _
Furniture, carpets, and safes for public buildings
Transferred from:
Administering the public debt, Treasury Department
Administrative expenses, Adjusted Compensation
...
Payment Act, 1936, Treasury Department
Collecting the internal revenue, Treasury Department
-Expenses of loans, act of Sept. 24,1917, as amended
and extended, act of Feb. 19, 1941, Treasury Department
Migratory bird conservation fund, Fish and Wildlife Service, receipt limitation, Department of the
Interior _ ._
Working fund: Postmaster General
Total, other
Total

457 i $260,079,722

260,079,722

Excess of credits, deduct.
Excludes $4,079,758 tentative estimate of supplemental deficiency.




237,028, 550

88, 523,299

325, 912, 500

260,079,722

237,028,550

88,523,299

327,253,250

$321,090,336

21

2
19

3,000,000

68,605

1,000,000

1,340,750

457

Total, Post Office Department (paid from general fund of
Treasury)

1

$88,523,299

.

Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Equipment shops

a

$237,028,550

245,619,089

326,672,930

325,115,336

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949}
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No.
Actual, 1947

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate,f1949

D E P A R T M E N T OF STATE 1
Department Service:
Salaries, Department of State.
Contingent expenses
_
Penalty mail costs
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
Passport agencies
Collecting and editing official papers of Territories of the
United States
President's War Relief Control Board
Foreign Service pay adjustment
Defense aid, tanks and other vehicles, allotment, Foreign
Liquidation Commissioner
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allotment
Emergency fund for the President, Navy, allotment
Salaries and expenses, surplus property disposal
Expenses, disposal of surplus property, foreign areas
Expenses, North Atlantic Fisheries
Expenses, foreign disposal agency
._
_..
Expenses, disposal agencies, Surplus Property Administration, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, allotment
Working fund, general

151
151
151
151
151
610

$26, 580,000
10, 221,221
85,000

610
152
151

25,000

Total, Foreign Service.

$21/168,000
582,000

30,000

30,000

660,740
85,847
11,448
736
142,914

151
054
610
610
404
610

1,790, 548
322
4,046,132
« 4, 252

$1,727,198
3, 565, 597
29,248
26,267,250
1,188,873
4,645
42,601
301

$600,000
23,101,104
981,950

30,000

«63,444

6,000,000

2,650,000
25,000

456,175
2,933,050
4,703
22,000

265,000
3,000

1,160,692

• 338,400
» 151,589

610
151

44,437,121

151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151

830, 500
6,450,000
2,062, 700
2,900,000
5,255, 500

151

33,732,250

5,792
195,038

48,737,750

37,033,190

36,489,360

867,254
5,232,184
2,889,638

21,780,000

18,356
397,382
1,834,607
42,414,706
400,469

44,665,830
3,296,689
1,996
2, 515,340

3,540,000
800,000

8,130,000
700,000

7,301,300
700,000

1,051,000

2,085,000

2,150,000

505,416
7,799,700

670,999
1,051,000

24,981,054

565,000
46,694,042

41,600
7,521,056
715,000

692, 611
2,150,000
2,085,000
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151

1,000,000
9,000,000

180,000
51,500,000
11,000,000

175,485
35,000,000
10,250,000

682,953
1,232,650

3,305
712,710
35,067
7,056
1,047,496
62,925
397,925
606,097
1,392
4,265,568
100,000
33,474,747
10,443,005

62,663,000

122,332,750

100,242,615

44,319,983

107,305,540

10,847,850

4,167,587

6,129,450
3,300,000

1, 752, 716
557,874
5,183,134
488,847
4,359,613
1,637,480
1,673
7,730,356

9,496,000

• Deduct.
i Excludes Government corporations shown in the concluding section of this table.




$30,067,250
960,000

055

Total, Department Service.
Foreign Service:
Salaries, ambassadors and ministers
Salaries, Foreign Service officers
.
Transportation, Foreign Service.
_
_.
Salaries and expenses
_._
Foreign Service quarters
Office and living quarters allowances
Cost of living allowances, Foreign Service...
Living and quarters allowances
Representation allowances
Foreign Service retirement and disability appropriated
fund
Foreign Service pay adjustment, appreciation of foreign
currencies.
_
Salaries of clerical, administrative, and fiscal personnel
Salaries of clerks, Foreign Service.
Miscellaneous salaries and allowances
Foreign Service, auxiliary
__
Foreign Service, auxiliary national defense
Salaries, Foreign Service reserve officers
Salaries, Foreign Service staff officers and employees
Salaries, alien clerks and employees
Salaries, consular agents
Contingent expenses..
.
_
Printing and binding
Foreign Service buildings fund
Emergencies arising in the diplomatic and consular service..

1,433,900
92,000

$23,691,595
5,974,119
25,782

750,000
180,391
41,161,515
12,690,000
112,468,604

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

D E P A R T M E N T OF STATE —Continued
International Activities:
United States contributions to international commissions,
congresses, and bureaus . _
United States contributions to international commissions,
congresses, and bureaus, 1947, Jan. 1,1947.
Emergency advisory committee for political defense
United States participation in United Nations.._
United States participation in the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization
Salaries and expenses, International Refugee Organization
United States participation in international organizations...
International contingencies
Intergovernmental C ommittee on Refugees
International conferences, emergency
International Boundary Commission, United States and
Mexico: Salaries and expenses
International Joint Commission, United States and Great
_
Britain: Salaries and expenses
International Boundary and Water Commission, United
States and Mexico:
..
Salaries and expenses
C onstruction
._
Rio Grande emergency flood protection
Lower Rio Grande flood control
Transferred from Valley gravity canal and storage project,
__
Texas, Department of the Interior
American-Mexican Claims Commission
„
International Boundary Commission, United States and
Canada, and Alaska and Canada
_
International Joint Commission, United States and Canada:
Salaries and expenses
Special and technical investigations
_
International Fisheries Commission
International Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commission
Salaries and expenses, American sections, international
_
commissions
Restoration of salmon runs, Fraser River system, Inter_
national Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commission.
Conferences of allied ministers of education in London
Cultural relations with China and the neighboring countries
and countries of the Near East and Africa
_
United Nations Commission for the Investigation of War
Crimes
.
.
International information and educational activities
Cooperation with the American Republics
Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation
Eighth Pan American Child Congress
Liquidation, information and cultural program
Relief assistance to war-devastated countries, allotment
Assistance to Greece and Turkey, Executive Office of the
President, allotment
Supplies, materials, etc., Pan-American Union (special
- _.
>
account)
Interim International Information Service:
Office of International Information and Cultural Affairs:
_. . _
War information functions. _ _,.
Inter-American Affairs functions
OflQce of Inter-American Affairs functions:
Salaries and expenses _
Transferred from Cooperation with the American
Republics, Department of StateForeign Service pay adjustment
Foreign Service pay adjustmentTotal, Interim International Information Service

154
154
154
154
154
152
154
151
152
154

$3,461,068

$3,557,661

$3,135,670

12,578,240

1
12,205,255

$57,661

6,715
11,155,347

$23,319,316
5,000,000

17,008,142

250,000

3,678,385
61,064,900

3,703,385
71,073,900

25,000
9,000
22,988,905
4,975,000

1,805,963
2,491,668
1,362,081

4,280, 568
741
297,934

401

218,700

57,230

154

2,504

803

454,084
1,505,818

950,000
2,500,000

401
401
401
401

3,000,000

880,000
9,250,000
100,000

3,600,000

950,000
4,000,000
25,000

$1,000,000

1,020,000
1,750,000
100

•

1,000,000
7,770,000
100,000

6,950

401
151

90,000

2,040
83,633

20
6,961

154

53,500

48,986

8.271

154
154
404
404

37,100
157,500
30,000
40,000

29,244

1,906

27,055
29,265

18,601
29,915

154

415,417

142,070

355,500

225,970
10,000

404
154

210,860
90,656

439,989
27,452

151

475,562

272,892

154
151
151
155
154
151
152

33,732
5,375,000
47,918,000

3,900,000
42, 500,000

18,461,000
5,100,000
* 21,373,000

1,430,000

1,475,347
4,294,897

14,122,000
1,214,047
722,103

1,000,000
39,425,000

1,314,125
896
3,352

357,357
75,000

44,000,000

500,000

153

50,000

154

357

151
151

2,810,985
1,388,247

747,135
561,935

151

2,096,313

1,143

151
151
151

8,886
6,807
.177
6,311,415

* Excludes contract authorization of $14,000,000 and $12,400,000 of authorization to incur obligations for payment of claims for compensation.




$3,630,710

1,310,213

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
T A B L E 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DEPARTMENT OF STATE—Continued
International Activities—Continued
Foreign economic functions:
Salaries and expenses
Foreign Service pay adjustment
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, allotment .__ _
Defense aid, agricultural, industrial, and other commodities, allotment to Foreign Liquidation Commis_
sioner.
Defense aid, services and expenses, allotment
Emergency fund for the President, national defense,
allotment,.
Transferred from Salaries and expenses, Marketing
Services, Department of Agriculture
_
_
Working fund

151
151

$224,047
1,397

152

181,371,085

»«267,253
85,636

2,000

151

175,863

1,315,569

351
151

18,709

500
11,282

181,438,212

Salaries and expenses, Strategic Services functions

76,768,796

351,066

78,483

213,689,150

262,776,941

1,093
12,609,839

2,823

055

Total, International Activities

$81,547,515

Miscellaneous:
...
Claims and judgments..
State account of advances
Permanent appropriation (indefinite): Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special
account)

$1,000,000

$76,378,916

$54,402,043

2,783

151

77,909

80,000

75,000

10,678

116,109

80,000

80,692

Total
Anticipated supplemental appropriations not itemized above:
International Refugee Organization
Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation
International Information and Educational Exchange
..
United Nations headquarters construction
United States participation in international organizations. _.
_
_
War damage claims..




$147,733,603

151
151

80,000

75,000

12,621,610

118,932

80,000

188,728,328

303,878,603

198,476,531

307,663,933

406,690,773

191,931,701

Total, miscellaneous

° Excess of credits, deduct.

75,391,031

055
055

Total, foreign economic functions

Total, Department of State

$48,414

__._..

1,000,000

152

71 073 900

155
151
154
154
151

6,000,000
65,000,000

71,064,900

195,000
20,000,000

3,500,000
15,000,000

4,250,000
17,000,000
188,728,328

303,878,603

89,000,000

195,000
16,500,000
30,000,000
4,027,000

17,000,000
293,995,431

307,663,933

442,190,773

313,718,601

A91

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS

Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948

Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

TREASURY DEPARTMENT
Office of the Secretary:
Salaries Office of the Secretary
Defense aid, allotment
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allotment
Foreign war relief, allotment
Federal tort claims
_
_
Penalty mail costs
Refunds under Renegotiation Act
Credit to United Kingdom
PayTTiPTits to international moTiPtary fund *
Payments for capital stock of International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Expenses of administration of settlement of War Claims
Act of 1928 (special account)
Salaries and expenses, Office of War Mobilization and
Reconversion functions, Office of Contract Settlement
Loans to railroads after termination of Federal control, etc
Railroad Administration and Transportation Act:
Railroad Administration and Transportation Act,
special deposit account
Federal control of transportation systems
Postwar refunds of excess profit tax, Revenue Act of 1942._.
Permanent appropriations (indefinite):
Payment of interest on deposits of public moneys of
Government of Philippine Islands _ •
Pershing Hall Memorial fund (special account)
Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (special account)
~
Total, Office of the Secretary.

604
055
604
152
604
604
700
153
153
153

$487,000

$409,000

$409,000

$474,023
14,764
57,429
211,478

4,625,000
15,000,000

0)
(0

20,000
6,700,000
7,500,000

50,000
6,350,000
3,250,000

0)

0)

4, 590,801
4, 785, 538
2,050,000,000
2
950,000,000

$413,000

$409,000

106,000
20,000
5,219,000
2,000,000
1,700,000,000

50,000
6,095,000
3,250,000

2,000

300

476,250,000

604

«929

604
456

58,030
«108,324

456
456
700

3,077
« 3,969
* 15,736,945

610
610

2, 535,651
5,043

604

3,100,000
5,083

114, 506

_._

2,766,667
5,083

2,872,520
6,425

3,000

3,000

2, 766,667
5,300

3,100,000
5,300

3,473,557,764

1, 710, 534,967

12,912,600

1,131,488
192,936
100,413
186, 529

310,000
204,000
4,434
7,132

26,000
144,000

83,846

22, 767, 200

17,400,750

13,164,083

Foreign Funds Control: Salaries and expenses (in liquidation)..
Division of Tax Research: Salaries
Office of Tax Legislative Counsel: Salaries
.-Division of Research and Statistics: Salaries

503
604
604
604

1,000,000
198,800
100,900
187,000

275,000
200,000

141,400

Office of General Counsel:
__ _
Salaries
Salaries and expenses, Office of Contract Settlement

604
604

197,250

250,000
75,000

250, 000
75,000

194,438

249,000
83,000

249,000
74,000

197,250

325,000

325,000

194,438

332,000

323,000

224,300

127,000
75,000

127,000
75,000

212,040

128,000

127,000

224.300

202,000

202,000

212,040

128,000

127,000

415,450

326,000

326, 000

225,000
35,000

253,000

326,000
2,307
222,693
31,000

326,000

230,000
28,000

402, 291
41, 673
202,002
22, 275

673,450

586,000

579,000

668, 241

582,000

579,000

640,900

650,000

650,000

638,091

646,000

647,000

Total, Office of General Counsel
Division of Personnel:
Salaries
__
Salaries and expenses, health service programs. __

__

604
604

Total, Division of Personnel
Office of Chief Clerk:
Salaries
Contingent expenses, Treasury Department
_
_
Miscellaneous expenses
Printing and binding, Treasury Department

604
604
604
604

Total, Office of Chief Clerk.
Office of Superintendent of Treasury Buildings: Salaries

604

° Excess of credits, deduct.
Authorization to expend from public debt receipts.
2 Excludes $1,800,000,000 paid from exchange stabilization fund.

1




248,000
5,000

TfiE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAH 1049
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES
Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

TREASURY DEPARTMENT—Continued
Fiscal Service:
. Bureau of Accounts:
S alaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses, deposit of withheld taxes
Salaries and expenses, foreign economic functions
Printing and binding, foreign economic functions
Contingent expenses, foreign economic functions
Expenses of liquidation, censorship functions ... ..
Printing and binding, Bureau of Accounts
Division of Disbursement:
. .. .
Salaries and expenses ,
Printing and binding
._ _ _ ..
Emergency relief liquidation fund .
__
Contingent expenses, public moneys.__
_
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
Payment of certified claims under $500 (indefinite appropriation, in 1947
_ Emergency fund for the President, national defense,
allotment to civilian defense property functions
Defense aid
Working fund

Office of the Treasurer of the United States:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries
Contingent expenses
Salaries (Federal Reserve notes, reimbursable)
Printing and binding
Administrative expenses, payments, Armed Forces
Leave Act of 1946, allotment
Expenses on account of (special accounts):
_
..
Commodity Credit Corporation _ _
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Home Owners' Loan Corporation
Permanent appropriation (indefinite): Contingent expenses, Federal Reserve notes (reimbursable)




10,619,000
101,000

397,000
199,000
14,000

399,000
150,000
18,000

700,000

325,000
700,000

138,010
1,335,947

227,000
700,000

230,000
700,000

700,000

900,000

1,446,868

700,000

900,000

1,295
44,648,787
10,222

1,323,000
766

250

60,000

604
604
204
604
604
204

10,137,900
184,000

9,935,000
170,000

10,070,000

415,000
140,000
19,000

400,000
200,000
14,000

604
700

1,318,914

604

1,493,347

$1,505,000

610
055
604

30,000

13,655,000

14,068,000

60,732,516

15,779,887

14,622,250

604
604

67,194,000

64,800,000

53,213,200

61,051,137
• 86

55,880,000

50,750,000

604

775,000

1,113,000

1,300,000

748,937

1,313,000

1,461,000

055

522,028

3,000,000

112,000

604

18, 212

$361,000

54,513,200

62,340, 228

60,193,000

52,323,000

5,040,000

5,331,040
° 88
2,659
122,019
113, 699

5,029,000

5,063,000

5,080
138,000

60,000

055

198,178

64,000

604
604
604

• 10,467
• 21,390
• 6,919

67,969,000
604
604
604
604
604

604

Total, Office of the Treasurer of the United States

• Excess of credits, deduct.

10,492,000
160,000

400,000
150,000
18,000

10,449, 286
156,234
71,948
401, 823
203,677
18,694

35,000

Total, Bureau of the Public Debt

Total, Bureau of Customs

$1,400,000
75,000

$1,016,000
460,000

15,306,411

Bureau of the Public Debt:
Administering the public debt
Salaries and expenses
.. ..
Distinctive paper for United States currency and securities
Administrative expenses, payments, Armed Forces
_
_ _
Leave Act of 1946, allotment
Expenses of loans, act of Sept. 24,1917, as amended and
extended (indefinite appropriation)

Bureau of Customs:
Collecting the revenue from customs
Printing and binding
Refunds and draw-backs, customs

$1,027,000
460,000
21,017
1,560
3,521
23
54,000

$1,045,700
475,000
42,550

Total, Bureau of Accounts

Total, Fiscal Service

$1,010,611
473,042
336,221
161
4,962
5,322
19,406

604
604
151
151
151
458
604

65,913,000

5,353,000

4,900,000

195,000
215,000

361,000

140,000

1,017

1,255

460

5, 764, 255

604
604
700

5,040,000

5, 729,748

5,236, 540

5,123,000

89,039,666

_

5,040,000
84,608,000

73, 621, 200

128,802,492

81, 209,427

72,068,250

33,997,000
80,000
16,854,032

32,925,000
95,000
15,000,000

32,150,000
18,000,000

33,114,359
94,407
16,835,060

32,265,000
101,000
15,000,000

31,375,000
70,000
18,000,000

50,931,032

48,020,000

50,150,000

50,043,826

47,366,000

49,445,000

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Anticipated
supplemental

Actual

EXPENDITURES

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

TREASURY DEPARTMENT—Continued
•
Office of Comptroller of the Currency:
Salaries
- Printing and binding
_ .
. ...
Salaries and expenses, national bank examiners (special
account) _ _ _
. _ _
________
Total, Office of Comptroller of the Currency

501
501

• $19
8,159

501

1,023
9,163

__.

Bureau of Internal Revenue:
Collecting the internal revenue
Payment to Alaska of additional income tax on railroads
(receipt limitation)
Refunding internal-revenue collections
Refunds and payments of processing and related taxes

$188,000,000

200,384,106

$189,158,000

$187,353,000

$800,000,000

4,500
1,968,000,000

11,422
2,887,915,002
2,114, 854

7,095
2,031/000,000

4,500
1,968,000,000

800,000,000

2,156,004, 500

3, 090,425,384

2, 220,165,095

2,155, 357, 500

1,430,000
4,000

1, 434,000

1, 393, 983
3,231

1, 433,000
3,700

1,436,000
2,600

1, 444,000

1, 434,000

1, 434,000

1,397, 214

1, 436, 700

1, 438, 600

12,689,400
5,500

12,000,000
5,000

1,650,000

12,830,000

12,202, 577
6,387
43,543

13,780,000
6,000
214

12,819,000
1,000

12,694,900

12,005,000

1,650,000

12,830,000

12, 252, 507

. 13,786,214

12,820,000

207
207
207
603
603
603
604
207

112,750
1,992,950

85,000
1,550,000

111, 248
1,965,891

85,000
1,608,000

370,500
9,000

372,900
9,000

363,264
13,012

355,000
9,000

3,700
80,000
1,640,000
11,000

872,200
8,000

720,000
8,000

1,005,168
6,452

890,000
8,000

365,000
829,000
3,000

603

68,350

68,500

10,700

84,600

66,927

78,700

82,000

3,433,750

2,813,400

10,700

2,819,600

3, 531,962

3,033,700

3,013, 700

188,250

185,000

183,510

187,000

13,843
4,985, 560
4,985
3,478
° 287,988

22,000
4,681,000
12,000
1,022
4,900
287,988

15,000
4,091,000
5,000
924,000
4,000

604

$204,417,400

$188,000,000

700
700
700

7,000
2,895, 205, 619

3,500
1,231,000,000

3,099, 630,019

1, 419,003, 500

1,440,000
4,000

Total, Bureau of Internal Revenue
Bureau of Narcotics:
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding

207
207

Total, Bureau of Narcotics..
Bureau of Engraving and Printing:
__ _
Salaries and expenses
Printing and binding
Overtime, leave, and holiday compensation, allotment-

604
604
604

Total, Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Secret Service Division:
Salaries
Suppressing counterfeiting and other crimes
Salaries and expenses
Salaries, White House Police
Uniforms and equipment, White House Police
_
Salaries and expenses, White House Police
Salaries and expenses, guard force, Treasury buildings
Printing and binding
Reimbursement 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, Office of Director
Salaries and expenses
._
Transportation of bullion and coin, mints and assay offices..
Salaries and expenses, mints and assay offices.
_.
Printing and binding
Medals for General Marshall and Admiral King
Medals for Generals Pershing and Mitchell
Working fund
__ _

604
604
604
604
604
610
610
610

• Excess of credits, deduct.




85,000
6,160,300
9,500
4,500
4,900

22, 500
6,250,000
10,000

370,000
650,000

4,691,000
5,000

6,452,450

Total, Bureau of the Mint
Bureau of Federal Supply:
Salaries and expenses
_
General supply fund (revol ving fund)
_
Working capital fund, duplicating services for war agenciesPrinting and binding
__
Net renegotiation rebates
Defense aid, liquidation lend-lease program, allotment
Defense aid:
Administrative expenses
Purchase of supplies
Special fund (special account)

1,715,000

610
610
610
610
700
055
055
055
055

6,467, 500

4,696,000

4,903,388

5,195, 910

5,039,000

1,379,700

1,310,000

1,310,000
10,000,000

1,313,000

1,310,000
10,000, 000

150,000

170,000

170,000
140,000

1,362, 650
1, 516,142
« 343,910
148,098

10,401
190,000
835,000

61,951
43,905,514
18,025,939

39,025,000
800,000

170,000
133,000
44,679

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued
BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Actual

Recommended,
1949

Anticipated
supplemental

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

TREASURY DEPARTMENT-Continued
Bureau of Federal Supply—Continued
152
Relief assistance to countries devasted by war, allotment. .
Federal property utilization program
610
- 153
Assistance to Greece and Turkey, allotment... _ _
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration,
152
•
allotment .
Liquidation expenses, United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration
152
Strategic and critical materials (national defense), act of
June 7,1939, as amended
055
Strategic and critical materials (cancellation of Reconstruc_ .
_
tion Finance Corporation notes)
055
Working fund __
.
610
Working fund, special account
_
_
610
Total, Bureau of Federal Supply

5,040,000

452
452
452
452
452
452
452
452
452
055
452
452
455
455
452
452

3

$1,000,000
52,726

$100,000,000

$360,000,000

101,480,000

371,620,000

106,050,000

100,000,000

285,000,000

4 10,000,000
95,000
3,000

4

« 99,735

$100,000,000

345,690, 680

195,161,401

317,716,405

90, 735,000

92,932,000
12,000,000
376,000
897,000
1,069,100

11,403,673

93,132, 500
12,000,000
626, 500
652,795
4,615,296
2,264,341
99,066,201
32,688,113
2,647,470
3,000
55,329
1,194,519
545,043
1,983,449
480,773
3,053

3,390,000
1,375,000
1,935,100
77,800,000
30,195,000
2,607,400

976,000
485, 500
2,049,000

3,013,586
5,438,430
76,172
7,300,000
13,100,000
103,523

3,596
19,450
105,000
261,188

20,000,000
6,000

200,000
1,153,115

1,423
122,000

452

337

452
452
055

• 1,106
72, 535
39,377

50. 277

452
452
055

1,915
« 1,071,282
34, 737,435

274, 717
898,449
4,985,000

460,000

055
452

227,455
• 521,747

71,612

932

179,684,301

126,436,000

109, 211, 570

75,829,882
349,425

27,203,954
2,560,351

56,319
137,529

76,179,307

29,764,305

193,848

4,958,026,896

5,200,000,000

5, 250,000,000

8,043,995,783 12,281,414,058

9,606,732,828

7,990,868,625

Total, Coast Guard

120,813,000

Miscellaneous:
Claims, judgments, and private relief acts:
Claims and judgments
Private relief acts

604
604

Total, miscellaneous
Interest on the public debt (permanent appropriation, indefinite).
_

___.

650

105,759,000

106,050,000

4,958,026,896

5, 200,000,000

8, 546,164, 520

7,001,520,150

° Excess of credits, deduct.
2 Excludes $75,000,000 contract authorization.
* Includes $75,000,000 to apply against prior contract authorization.
4
See contra amounts under Reconstruction Finance Corporation, p . A99.




2

34,973,985
876,015

269,710,351

101, 529,700

Coast Guard:
Salaries and expenses . .
Retired pay
Acquisition, construction and improvements. _
Establishing and improving aids to navigation
Acquisition of vessels and shore facilities
Salaries, Office of Commandant..
Pay and allowances
General expenses
Civilian employees
Construction of vessels and shore facilities (lend-lease)
Maritime training fund
Retired pay, former Lighthouse Service
__.
Salaries, merchant marine inspection.
Salaries and expenses, merchant marine inspection
__.
Special projects, aids to navigation, Coast Guard
Special projects, aids to navigation, Lighthouse Service
Site and construction of Coast Guard stations, act of June
29, 1936
Site and construction of Coast Guard stations, act of June
29, 1936
_
Emergency construction, vessels and shore facilities Defense aid, Coast Guard, allotment
Emergency fund for the President, national defense, allotment
Working fund
_
Payments, Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946, allotment
Administrative expenses, payments, Armed Forces Leave
Act of 1946, allotment
Coast Guard supply account fund

Total

$2,000,000
$7

5,250,000,000
$802,021, 700

A95

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
9

TREASURY DEPARTMENT—Continued
Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Coast Guard: Additional ocean weather stations
Total, Treasury Department

$13,000,000

452
._

$8, 546,164, 520 $7,001,520,150

$802,021,700

$11, 600,000

8,056, 995, 783 $12,281,414,058 $9, 606,732,828

8,002,468,625

STATUTORY PUBLIC DEBT RETIREMENTS
Redemption of bonds and notes from War Damage Corpora_
tion earnings
Permanent appropriations (indefinite):
_._
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 tax receipts
Total, statutory public debt retirement.

$209,827,810

$209,827,810
603,455,000

$619,583,000

758,945,800

$619,583,000

5,000,000

5,000,000

13,028,951

5,000,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

288,018

222,000

175, 000

1,634,277

175,000

587,892,468

•818,509,810

624,763,000

983,441,838

624,763,000

$587,604, 450

*Public debt retirement items are not considered Budget expenditures and are therefore excluded from functional classification.

770000—48-




-XI

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1049
T A B L E 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
APPROPRIATIONS
Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

EXPENDITURES
Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Federal contribution




-.-

610

$8,000,000

$12,000,000

$12,000,000

$8,000,000

$12,000,000

$12,000,000

A97

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
By organization and account title l
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Organization unit and account title

Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS AND ENTERPRISES 2
(See part III for detail)
[ndependent corporations:
Export-Import Bank of Washington:
_
.- _
Checking account (net)
Subscription to capital stock
3
_ _
Panama Railroad Company
Tennessee Valley Associated Cooperatives, Inc
Tennessee Valley Authority:
Tennessee Valley Authority fund (net)
Working fund
__ _._
Checking account (net)
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:8 Supplies, materials, etc

401
401
401

Total, Home Loan Bank Board

$35,154,600

4,808

34, 513,235
59,768
11,198,017

35,713,600
° 1,059,000

35,154,600

954,669, 766

781, 273,712

534, 622,799

910,000

6,817,145

905,100

938,000

760,426
257,708

253
253
251
251
251
251

18,700,000

100,000

253

253

27, 508,432
187,249
• 10,187,375

$499,963,391

1,545
39,906,000

100,000
209,000
41, 200

12, 000
152,300
3,800

35,500,000
•8
« 101
«18

2,962

15,000

177
15,000

15,000
15,000

151

5

151
253

70
4,058
2,962

Total, Office of Administrator
Home Loan Bank Board:
Salaries and expenses
Reimbursement of Reconstruction Finance Corporation for capital stock of Federal home loan banks (by
cancellation of its notes)
_..
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Checking account (net)
Home Owners' Loan Corporation:
National defense housing
Checking account (net)
Credit for cancellation of notes (checking account):
Reimbursement for transfer of office building

* $18,700,000

501

Total, independent corporations
Housing and Home Finance Agency:
Office of Administrator:
Salaries and expenses
Salaries and expenses, Office of Administrator and
Expediter _
_
Penalty mail costs
Veterans' housing, 1948
Veterans' housing
.
National defense housing
National defense housing, temporary housing
Permanent appropriation (indefinite): Payments from
proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc.
(special account)
_.
Transferred from:
Cooperation with American Republics, Department of State
Cultural relations with China and the neighboring
countries and countries of the Near East and
Africa, Department of State
Working fund

* $39,906,000

$735,507,500

«4,808

$612,159,915
325,000,000

153
153
452
401

252

35,615,000

925,000

7,839,285

1,270,477

704,491

1,121,100

56,232
6 122,672,200

252
252

17,580

251
252

«139
o 200,258,101

41,637

< 159,183, 510
•

a 55, 300

« 127, 207, 200

< 7 2,381,471
•

610
o 199, 536,169

« 38, 794,912

« 127,262, .500

0 Excess of credits, deduct.
Includes general and special appropriations, and checking (special deposit) accounts of wholly owned Government corporations and enterprises with the Treasurer of the United
States.
2 Includes the Government corporations and various unincorporated agencies for which business-type budgets are submitted pursuant to the Government [Corporation Control
Act, 1945. The preceding sections of this table include the agencies which submit budgets pursuant to the Budget and Accounting Act, 1921.
3 Funds are carried in checking accounts with private banks.
4
Excludes reappropriations of $3,616,521 in 1947 and $15,063,521 in 1948.
«See table 13.
6
See contra amount under the Reconstruction Finance Corporation.
' See contra expenditure under Public Buildings Administration, Federal Works Agency, p . A54.
1




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
FuncOrganization unit and appropriation title

;ional
code
No.

1948
A c t u a l , 1947

Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,

A c t u a l , 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

1949

GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS AND
ENTERPRISES—Continued
Housing and Home Finance Agency—Continued
Federal Housing Administration: Checking account (net)..
Public Housing Administration:
Public war housing program:
Transferred from:
National defense housing, Office of Administrator...
War housing in and near District of ColumbiaNational defense housing, temporary housing,
Office of Administrator
:
Emergency fund for the President, national
defense housing
Emergency fund for the President, defense
housing, temporary shelter
Construction fund, U. S. Maritime Commission
Community facilities, defense public works,
Federal Works Agency
Permanent appropriations:
Operation, maintenance, etc., national-defense
_.
housing (special account)
Maintenance, operation, etc., U. S. Maritime
Commission housing projects (special .account)
Disposition or removal, war housing program
(special account)—
Reserve account (special account)

° $1,092,684

251
251

2,232, 518
17, 540

2, 701,904
11, 238

251

136,828

105,483

251

178,429
$79,794,680

United States Housing Act program:
Annual contributions
United States Housing Authority fund.. _
Checking account (net)
Permanent appropriation: Operating fund, United
States Housing Act of 1937, as amended (special
account)..
_

$71,197,622

$48,734,200

251
251
251

600,390

192
52, 220

19,086,650

83, 363, 593
26,117

69, 269, 500

112, 488, 297

140, 467.122

203, 332. 300

11,993,586

9,136, 502

5,644,666

3,875,342

3,882, 203

3, 680, 700

• 25, 669

48, 500

67,400

15,868,928

251

7,693,617
25,000,000

13,018, 705

9,325,366

13,163.847

5,129, 724

3,045, 400

357,167,356

30,849, 559
37,106, 704

1,993,470
3,699,999

251

154, 598,100

251
251
251

480, 605

16, 641, 500

86,426, 485

8,398, 517
43, 447, 862

36,328,540

13,189,516

5,081,224

2,978,000

1, 500,872

7,990,950

14, 264, 600

402, 517

498, 247

490,000

1, 500, 872

7,990. o *0

14, 264, 600

357, 569, 873

68, 454, 510

6,183, 469

° 582, 696

Total, veterans' re-use housing program.
Defense Homes Corporation: Checking account (net)._.

« $6, 345, 575

32,178,183

Total, homes conversion program
Veterans' re-use housing program:
Transferred from:
Veterans' housing, 1948, Office of Administrator
Veterans' housing, Office of Administrator
Permanent appropriation: Disposition or removal,
veterans' housing program (special account)

« 9,078
«67

254

251

$9, 210,377

25

251
251

Total, Public war housing program
Homes conversion program:
Permanent appropriations:
Operation, maintenance, etc., homes conversion, national defense housing (special account)
Disposition or removal, homes conversion program (special account)
...

a

252

1,000, 645

251
251
251
251

8

8,300,000

4,000,000

6,200,000

5,666,630
678,346
° 14,768,048

3,700,000

6, 200,000

5,984,463

21,273,265

496,306

9,684,463

27,473,265

251

15,888,138

9,873,635

8,457,080

610

166,778

101,291

5,000

610
055
055
055

12,951
436, 243
40,058
25,225

251

Total, United States Housing Act program

331
8,300,331

8,919,378
4,000,000

6, 200,000

Subsistence homesteads and greenbelt towns program *..
Administrative expenses: Salaries and expenses
Transferred from:
Salaries and expenses, War Assets Administration
:
_.
(special account)
Expenses, disposal agencies, War Assets Administration
_
__
Defense aid
Defense aid, liquidation of lend-lease program
Defense aid, special fund
• Excess of credits, deduct.
• See table 13.
8
Excludes reappropriations of $3,305,019.




1,054,635
514

-

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
T A B L E 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title

Func
tiona
code
No.

1948
Actual, 1947
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS AND
ENTERPRISES—Continued
Housing and Home Finance Agency—Continued
Public Housing Administration—Continued
Working fund

251

Total, Public Housing Administration
Miscellaneous: Claims and judgments

$138,158,428
253

Total, Housing and Home Finance Agency
Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries:
Transferred from:
Defense aid
Defense aid, special fund
Expenses, disposal agencies, Surplus Property Administration
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Adminis_ _
_
tration
Salaries and expenses, subsidies and price adjustments,
Office of Price Administration
Emergency fund for the President, Navy
Payment to Decatur County, Ind
Checking account (net):
National defense* Activities supporting defense
International affairs and finance:
Advance for relief assistance in war-devastated
countries .
_
International reconstruction, development, and
monetary stabilization
_Philippine war damage and rehabilitation
.
Housing and community facilities:
Public housing Drosram
._ .
Aids to private housing
Provision of community facilities Agriculture and agricultural resources:
Loan and investment programs to aid agriculture
Otherfinancialaids to agriculture: Food subsidies
Natural resources not primarily agricultural: Conservation and development of land and water resources not
primarily agricultural
Transportation and communication: Other services to
transportation
Finance, commerce, and industry:
Loans and investments to aid private financial institutions
Business loans and guarantees
_
'...
Insurance for war damage.
General government: Other general government

$165,476,777

$233,122, 266

473,643,145

201,091,777

234,047, 266

280, 904,993

055
055




$81,492,754

92,012,467

• 50, 994,221

25,672,000
6, 715,100

610

°256

152

8,464, 920

503
054
610

•6,761,000
7,697

055

152
153
155

75,062

» 49,125,863 • " 91,830,309
75,000,000

• 9 7,812,300

• 75,000,000

w 15,046,608 «W77,242,751
60,000,000

• 40,200,000

251
252
254

« 5, 518,457
83,647,538
7, 511,619

79,177, C06
37,170,000

« 7,900,000
_ 31,900,000

352
353

159,891,142
54,385,057

• 2,824,000.
8, 047,016

« 2,600,000

401

° 2,000,000

456

« 29,736,080

67,000

-393,000

502
504
505
610

a
66,246,269
« 142,182, 440
831,262
• 14,828,168

• 38, 200,000
9 91,600,000
9 230,481, 270
9
89,000, 543

• 25,200,000
9 53,000,000

558,948,891

250,445, 775

•

B

9,894, 700

• 9,100,000

055

9,313,736,531

055

« 9,313,736,531

055

• » 10,000,000

352

"12 510,848,904

352

« 12 40,367,816

• Excess of credits, deduct.
Includes payments into miscellaneous receipts of the Treasury. See part I I I for detail.
w Includes payment in 1947 and receipt in 1948 from an advance of $100,000,000 to Secretary of Treasury for aid to Greece and Turkey.
11 See contra expenditure urider Bureau of Federal Supply, Treasury Department, p . A94.
12 See contra expenditure under Department of Agriculture, p . 4§Q,

9

$138, 747, 279

51,416

222
138,161,612

Total checking account (net)
Cancellation of notes payable to U. S. Treasury: Restoration of capital impairment
Credit for cancellation of notes (checking account):
Restoration of capital impairment
Reimbursement for strategic materials transferred to
Tnilitarv stork r>ilp
Reimbursement for advances to Rural Electrification
Administration
*.
Reimbursement for advances to Secretary of Agriculture
for farm tenancy loans
-.-

«$63

« » 20,000,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
T A B L E 8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Tunctional
code
No. Actual, 1947

Organization unit and appropriation title

EXPENDITURES

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS AND
ENTERPRISES—Continued
Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries—Con.
Credit for cancellation of notes (checking accounts)—Con.
Reimbursement for capital stock of Federal home loan
banks
-Reimbursement for transfer of office building.
Reimbursement for expenses of Regional Agricultural
Credit Corporation
Smaller War Plants Corporation:
Working fund
Administrative expenses

252
610

«13 $122,672,200
0 7
9,252,295

352

« $214, 576

504
504

24,951
°719

Total, Reconstruction Finance Corporation and subsidiaries . . _
Department of Agriculture:
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Checking account (net):
Loans and investments
_
_._
Food subsidies
_
Cancellation of notes payable to U. S. Treasury: Restoration of capital impairment
Credit for cancellation of notes (checking account)
Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation: Special deposit
account (net)
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation:
Administration of Federal Crop Insurance Act
Subscription to capital stock
_.
Checking account (net)
.
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation:
Excess capital stock
Checking account (net)
Federal intermediate credit banks: 15 Checking account (net)
Production credit corporations:"
Farm Credit Administration, revolving fund. _
Checking account (net)
__
;
Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation:
Special deposit account (net)
__
_
Reimbursement of Reconstruction Finance Corporation
for advances to cover expenses (by cancellation of its
notes)
Supervisory expense funds (RFC funds)
Federal land banks: 8
Subscriptions to capital stock
Subscriptions to paid-in surplus (revolving fund) .

592,857,008

"442,620,378

352
353

263,739,474
167,972,828

^228,752,257
« 540,888

352
352

1,563,288,642
« 1,563,288, 642

(")

352

2,667, 705

(18)

352
352
352

$7,340,000
20,000,000

$5,000,000
10,000,000

• 2,931,000

352
352
352

« 49,000,000
9,043,911
« 231,995

« 990,000
« 60, 701, 630
1,134, C63

41,150,200
« 75, 250

352
352

« 8, 600,000
« 75,395

« 7,125,000
54,457

« 6,275,000
« 1,124

352

« 1,369,084

$3,725,000

352
352
352
352

Department of the Interior:
Virgin Islands Company:
Loan by United States Treasury
Checking account (net)
Special account. __

204
204
204

« 39,957,850
« 36,924,407
15,000,000

3, 725, 000

_

338,386,330

402

° 297,059,857

3,000,000

47, 727,360
3,000,000

250,000
« 94, 788
210

—

250,000
45,032
2,035

39,400

« 94,578

250,000

297,067

39,400

5,515,004

82,000

125,000

—

207

' Excess of credits, deduct.
3 Funds are carried in checking accounts with private banks.
« See table 13.
* See contra expenditure under Public Buildings Administration, Federal Works Agency, p . A54.
is See contra expenditure under Housing and Home Finance Agency.
w An estimated dividend payment to the Treasury of $17,895,544 is shown in table 6 as miscellaneous receipts.
» This Corporation also carries checking accounts with private banks,
w The Corporation was liquidated in 1947.




« 167,166

214,576
29,423

26,333

451

Department of Justice: Federal Prison Industries, Inc.: Prison
industries fund

3,921,000

12,288,123

Department of Commerce: Inland Waterways Corporation: *
_
Subscription to capital stock

Total, Department of the Interior

12,105,700

5,013,308
10,000,000
« 27,410,435

27,366,333

__

$29,100,000

4,482,774
20,000,000
6, 394,370

Total, Department of Agriculture

_

0

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

8—Continued

BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS

Organization unit and appropriation title

Functional
code
No. Actual, 1947

1948
Actual

Anticipated
supplemental

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS AND
ENTERPRISES-Continued
National Military Establishment: U. S. Spruce Production
Corporation: 17 Checking account (net) . _
_
Department of State:
Institute of Inter-American Affairs:
Liquidation of the Institute of Inter-American Affairs...
The Institute of Inter-American Affairs
Corporate funds
___
Institute of Inter-American Transportation: Corporate
_
funds
Inter-American Educational Foundation, Inc.:20
Liquidation of Inter-American Educational Foundation, Inc
Inter-American Educational Foundation, Inc
Corporate funds
_
_
.. _. _ .
Inter-American Navigation Corporation: Corporate funds..
Prencinradio, Inc.: Corporate funds...

055

151
151
151

151
151
151
151
151

$3,802,000

7,000,000
3,802,000
« 2,440,659

00

$6,215,934

78,477

1,083, 577
609, 513
249, 256
248,084
8,115,000
243,156,777

3, 802, 000

275,926,866

1,115, 000

« 10,325

36,000

11,084,875

3,802,000

9, 544,493

6,251,934

2,183,282,442

143,570,460

511,672,272

5,0G0,000
10,0C0,000

$5,000,000

253
253
252
252

10,000, 000

• 9,000,000
10,000,000

251
251

4,000,000

10,000,000
4,000, C O
O
• 50,000,000

352
209,974, 232

243,156, 777

« Excess of credits, deduct.
w This Corporation was liquidated early in thefiscalyear 1948.
" For liquidation of prior contract authorizations.
1' Excludes contract authorization of $5,000,000.
2" This Corporation was merged with the Institute of Inter-American Affairs (above) in August 1947.




3,456,710
4,871,180

181,115,000
w 1,083,577

209,974,232

JL

Total, Government corporations and enterprises

(19)

566, 555

4, 540,287

Additional appropriations required by proposed legislation:
Housing and Home Finance Agency:
Office of Administrator:
Research, urban redevelopment and administration.
Checking account (net): Urban redevelopment loans.
Federal Housing Administration:
Checking account (net): Yield insurance program.._
Yield insurance fund
Public Housing Administration: Low-rent housing
program:
Checking account (net)
Administrative expenses
Commodity Credit Corporation: Checking account (net),
revision of agricultural price support

$40,956

is $7,000,000
is $3,456,710

151

Total, Department of State
Total

« $40,956

3,802,000

294,926,866

2,183, 282,442

143,570,460

491,672,272

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949

A102

TABLE 9

CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS TO LIQUIDATE CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS
By organization unit and appropriation title
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]

Functional

Organization unit and appropriation title

code
No.

American Battle Monuments Commission: Construction of
memorials and cemeteries
Atomic Energy Commission
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics: Construction
and equipment
_ __
United States Maritime Commission: Salaries and expenses..
Veterans' Administration: Hospital and domiciliary facilities.

Appropriations to New contract
liquidate contract authorizations
authorizations

610
406

Recommended, 1949

Appropriations to
liquidate contract
authorizations

New contract
authorizations

$2,000,000
400,000,000

$250,000,000

Appropriations to
iquidate contract
authorizations

$325,000,000

454
451
104

338, 250,000

18,200,000
115,320, 000
43,000,000

2,087,675

750,750

206
206

75,000,000

75,000,000
25,630,000

60,000,000

77,087,675

101,380,750

60,000,000

2,143,000

_._

Federal Works Agency:
Public Buildings Administration:
West central heating plant
.
Hospital Center, District of Columbia
Geophysical Institute, Alaska
Public Roads Administration:
Federal-aid highway system ._ __
Federal-aid secondary and feeder roads
- Elimination of grade crossings
Federal-aid postwar construction program
Strategic highway network
Access roads
•
Inter-American Highway
War and emergency damage, Territory of Hawaii

610
206
304

$2,600,000

453
453
453
453
453
453
151
453

50,000,000
20,000,000
25,000,000
150,000,000
10, 515, 637
7, 323,155
5,000,000

Total, Federal Works Agency
Department of the Interior:
Bonneville Power Administration: Construction, operation, and maintenance of transmission system
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Construction, buildings and utilities, Indian Service..
Alaska native service (permanent contract authorizations)
Bureau of Reclamation: Provo River project, Utah (payable from Reclamation fund)
Bureau of Mines: Synthetic liquid fuels
._
National Park Service:
Parkways _
_
Roads, trails, and physical improvements
Government in the Territories:
A laska Railroad appropriated fund_ _.
Construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, and
trails, Alaska (permanent contract authorizations) Construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, and
trails, Alaska (annual)
Total, Department of the Interior.
* Excludes rescission of prior year contract authorization.
* Available from subsequent year appropriation?.




New contract
authorizations

Actual, 1948

302

Federal Security Agency:
Howard University: Construction of buildings
Public Health Service:
Grants for hospital construction
Construction of research facilities
Total, Federal Security Agency

Actual, 1947

270,438, 792

401

500,000,000

7,300,000
452,288,854

247,711,146

502,000,000

262, 250,000

18,875,000

459, 588,854

13,050,000

6, 215,100

610

3,095,000

6, 400,000
2 600,000

568,449

401
403

2 1,000,000

600,000

2 1,000,000

1,000,000

215,000
210,944

405
405

2

5, 000,000
3,150,000

456
453

*

10,238,854
3,000,000

2,000,000
510,000,000

610

230,000, COO

$1,250,000
18,000,000
875,000

$510,000,000

2,143,000

2,000,000
2,000,000
15, 000,000

2 900,000

700,000

9 v 750,000

2 1, 500,000

6, 700,000
900,000

453

15,000,000

2 1, 500,000

1, 500,000

6,944,000

1, 500,000

9,418,449

23,930,100

1, 710, 944

39*, 594,000

30,345,000

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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE

9—Continued

CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS TO LIQUIDATE CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS—Continued

Organization unit and appropriation title

National Military Establishment:
Department of the. Air Force: United States Air Force
Department of the Army, military functions:
Signal Corps
Corps of Engineers: Engineer service
Ordnance Department: Ordnance service and supplies.
National Guard
. _ _ _
Department of the Navy:
Bureau of Yards and Docks: Public works.._
Bureau of Aeronautics: Construction of aircraft
Shipbuilding:
Construction of ships
Ordnance for new construction
Increase and replacement of naval vessels:
Construction and machinery
Armor, armament, and ammunition.
Repair facilities

Functional
code
No.

New contract
authorizations

Government corporations and enterprises:
Department of State:
The Institute of Inter-American Affairs .-_ _
Liquidation of the Institute of Inter-American Affairs.
The Inter-American Educational Foundation, Inc
Liquidation of Inter-American Educational Foundation, Inc

Grand total

New contract
authorizations

053
053
053
053

Appropriations to
liquidate contract
authorizations

$430,000,000

New contract
authorizations

5,000,000
2,000,000
2,000,000
15,000,000

054
054

s

054
054
054

$550,000,000

$250,000,000
5,000,000
2,000,000
2,000,000
15,000,000

$2,900,701
373,000,000

150,000,000

122,100,000
143,320,000

160,000,000
70,000,000

56,800,000
9,470,000

1,153,000,000

490,270,000

$250,000,000
1,055,250

(3)

250,000,000

968,475, 250

2,900, 701

155

26,400,000
75,000,000

055

151
151
151

75,000,000

3,456,710

5,000,000
7,000,000

1,083, 577

151

1,115,000

4, 540,287
534, 397, 528

8,115,000
2,236,886,025

406

1,672,346,854

1,475,000

453

1,822,769,750

1,640,000

401

274,976, 645

200,000,000

302

5,000,000

4,000,000

454

30,000,000

454

10, 800,000

304

1,30Q, 000

053

60,046,000

054

117,024,460
$511,500,000

534,397, 528

2,621,071,485

65,000,000

274, 976, 645

1,929,869,750

Excludes rescissions of prior year contract authorizations and/or reductions in the estimated cost of uncompleted tonnage authorized in prior authorizations.




Appropriations to
liquidate contract
authorizations

248,000,000

054
054

Total, Government corporations, and enterprises,
Department of State
Total
Anticipated supplemental contract authorizations:
Atomic Energy Commission
Federal Security Agency: Howard University: Construction of buildings
Department of the Interior:
Bonneville Power Administration: Construction,
operation, and maintenance of transmission system
Government in the Territories: Construction and
maintenance of roads, bridges, and trails, Alaska
_
___
. - _ _
(annual) .
Additional contract authorizations required by proposed
legislation:
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics: Supersonic research facilities .._
Department of Commerce:
Civil Aeronautics Authority: Construction of Alaska
airports
National Bureau of Standards: Radio propagation
building _
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Army, military functions: Corps
of Engineers: Military construction.
Department of the Navy: Bureau of Yards and Docks:
Public works

Appropriations to
liquidate contract
authorizations

053

Total, National Military Establishment
Department of State: Salaries and expenses, Philippine rehabilitation
Treasury Department: Bureau of Federal Supply, strategic
and critical materials

Recommended, 1949

Actual, 1948

Actual, 1947

1,672,346,854

A104

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE

10

LIMITATIONS ON ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES OF GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS AND ENTERPRISES
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
1948
Organization unit and appropriation title

Actual, 1947

Anticipated supple*
mentals

Actual

Recommended,
1949

INDEPENDENT CORPORATIONS
Export-Import Bank of Washington
Panama Railroad Company
Tennessee Valley Associated Cooperatives, Inc
Tennessee Valley Authority 1

.

.

__.

$800,000
750,000
2,500

$800,000
715,000
1,000

1, 542,500

1,552, 500

1,516,000

1,641,000
550,000
4,650,000

1,400,000
532,000
3,250,000

1,882,000
635,000
2,500,000

17,624,000
3,000,000

20,000,000

19,000,000

19,900,000
106,400
99, 500

11, 500,000
12,300
39, 500

11,000,000

47,570,900

36,733,800

35,057,000

38,123,000

38, 754, 700

25,796,000

8, 760,000
09
4,050,000
1,585,000
1,650,000
341,000

8,450,000

7,575,000

16,386,000

14,250,000

640,000
20, 200

418,100
20,100

498,800

. . .
_

660, 200

438,200

498,800

20,000

20,000

20,000

268,826

Total, independent corporations

$780,000
760,000
2,500

225,000

42,000

267,000

778,400
50, 600
367 000
3,250
11,050

666,000
3,000
266 000

38,500

908,000

1, 210,300

937,000

38,500

980,000

92,911,200

108,000

77,167, 700

._

„_

.-

HOUSING AND HOME FINANCE* AGENCY
Home Loan Bank Board
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
_ _ __
Home Owners' Loan Corporation _
Federal Housing Administration:
Salaries and expenses
Renovation and modernization insurance, title I, premiums _
Public Housing Administration:
Salaries and expenses
Defense Homes Corporation
Liquidation of resettlement projects

- .

Total, Housing and Home Finance Agency

_

_.

40,000

RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES»
Administrative expenses
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Commodity Credit Corporation _
_
Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation 3
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation
Federal intermediate credit banks
Production credit corporations
Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation

_
_ _

_

_.

_

Total, Department of Agriculture.

2,750,000
1,250,000
1,600,000
200,000

2,160,700
1,647,800
1,602,600
46,800

$27,500

13,032,900

27,500

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Inland Waterways Corporation
Warrior River Terminal Company
Total, Department of Commerce
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Virgin Islands Company

___.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

Federal Prison Industries, Inc
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Institute of Inter-American Affairs
Institute of Inter-American Transportation 4
Inter-American Educational Foundation, Inc.*
Inter-American Navigation Corporation •
._
Prencinradio, Inc. 4
Total, Department of State

_

_ _
_

•

2,000

<>
*

WAR DEPARTMENT
United States Spruce Production Corporation «__.
Total, limitations on administrative expenses
1

__.

_

_

14, 720
.. .

105, 796,446

(«)

See appropriation for administrative expenses and other purposes in table 8.
2 Includes Federal National Mortgage Association and U. S. Commercial Company.
s This Corporation was liquidated during the fiscal year 1947. Its administrative expenses for 1947 are included in the limitation on the Commodity Credit Corporation.
4
This Corporation has been dissolved and is in process of liquidation.
5 This Corporation has been merged with the Institute of Inter-American Affairs.
6
Liquidation of this Corporation was completed during the fiscal year 1947.




A105

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 11

SUMMARY OF TRUST ACCOUNT RECEIPTS, EXPENDITURES, AND APPROPRIATIONS
Based on existing and proposed legislation
[For the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
Description

Actual, 1947

TRUST ACCOUNT RECEIPTS (see table 12 for detail):
Unemployment trust fund:
Deposits by States
_
Deposits by Railroad Retirement Board and other receipts_
._
Interest on investments
Transfers from general and special accounts
Proposed legislation
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Appropriation from general account receipts.
Interest on investments
Transfers from general and special accounts
_..
Proposed legislation
Veterans* life insurance funds:
Premiums and other receipts
Interest and profits on investments
Transfers from general and special accounts
Federal employees' retirement funds:
Deductions from employees' salaries and other receipts
_-.
Interest and profits on investments.
Transfers from general and special accounts
._
Health insurance trust fund: Proposed legislation.Railroad retirement account:
'Interest on investments
Transfers from general and special accounts
Other trust accounts :
Transfers from general and special accounts
Miscellaneous trust receipts

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

$1,005, 273,427
128,021,801
146,887,809
9,214,985

1,627,000,000
192, 500,000
700,000

1,672,000,000
221,800,000
3, 251,000
200,000,000

564,920,090
251,057, 583
822,181,434

406,800,000
252, 310,000
146, 632,472

436,300,000
262,000,000
46,104,000

260,267,462
95,354, 725
222, 545,000

222,174,835
104, 577, 946
247,479,000

202,405, 404
115, 497,143
262, 479,000
150,000,000

24,187,274
298,463,000

40,000,000
758,488,000

55,000,000
574, 570,000

8,000,000
784, 320,192

12,000,000
1,078,064, 772

12,000,000
518,676,927

6, 244,027, 279

TRUST ACCOUNT EXPENDITURES (see table 13fordetail):
Unemployment trust fund: Withdrawals by States and other expenditures
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund: Benefit payments and administrative expenses
Veterans' life insurance funds: Insurance losses and refunds
i.___
Federal employees' retirement funds: Annuities and refunds
Railroad retirement account: Benefit payments..—.
•
_
Other trust accounts: Miscellaneous trust expenditures
Special deposit accounts
Sales and redemptions of obligations of Government corporations and credit agencies in
the market (net).

$1,087,000,000
135,000,000
186,000,000
8,611,930
20,000,000

1,459,491,921
163, 465, 576
375,000

Total, trust account receipts

$1,098,000,000
130,500,000
165,900,000
9,650,100

6,492, 777,125

6,168,695,404

869,473,916

814,000,000

906,000,000

466, 370,123
348,998,356
323,278,667
173, 277, 392
1,073,223, 825
371, 509,869

555,986, 418
371, 720,000
241, 465, 602
228,500,000
1,185,909,076
426, 700,000

823,724,162
376, 498, 000
250,033,066
231, 500,000
560,566, 562
525,000,000

358, 760,424

« 105,438,229

« 368, 511,000

Total, trust account expenditures -r

3,984,892, 572

3,718,842,867

3, 304,810,790

Net accumulations in trust accounts..

2,259,134,707

2,773,934,258

2,863,884,614

443,000,000
1,193, 600,000
1,294,393,650
282,416,000

594,397, 868
1,310, 620, 477
434,022,472
332,766,179

530,611,930
1, 247, 617,000
367,906,000
330,413,481
150,000,000
397,500,000
6 885,000

TRUST ACCOUNT INVESTMENTS IN UNITED STATES SECURITIES (see table 13
for detail):
:
Unemployment trust fund
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
Veterans' life insurance funds
Federal employees' retirement funds
Health insurance trust fund: Proposed legislation
Railroad retirement account
Other trust accounts

148,500,000
* 250,000

571,500,000
& 735,000

Total, trust account investments..

3,361, 659, 650

3, 242,571,996

3,023,163,411

Total, trust account expenditures and investments..

7,346, 552, 222

6,961,414,863

6, 327,974, 201

Clearing account for outstanding checks and telegraphic reports from Federal Reserve banks.
TRUST ACCOUNT APPROPRIATIONS (see table 13 for detail):
Unemployment trust fund
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund..
Veterans' life insurance funds
._
_.
_
Federal employees'retirement funds
Health insurance trust fund: Proposed legislation
Railroad retirement account
Other trust accounts
Total, trust account appropriations..




<f Excess of credits, deduct.

_

—554, 706,981

400,000,000

1,288,641,526
1, 623,332,119
1,650,244,330
576,743,246

1, 404,050,100
1,820, 200,000
805,742,472
574, 231, 781

322,420,274
507, 262,339

798,488,000
448,777,957

i, 436,611,930
2,097,051,000
744, 404,000
580,446, 547
150,000,000
629,570,000
316,217,119

5,968,643,834

5,851,490,310

5,954,300,596

._

Excess of redemptions, deduct.

A106

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE

12

RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS
Based on existing and proposed legislation
IFor the fiscal years 1947,1948, and 1949]
Source

Actual, 1947

Unemployment trust fund:
Deposits by States (net)
_ _ _ _ _
Railroad unemployment insurance account:
Deposits by Railroad Retirement Board
Transfers from States (act June 25,1938)___
__
__
Transfers from railroad unemployment insurance administration fund (act Oct. 10,
1940)
_
-—
Tnfprp^t on invfistTnp/nts

$1,098,000,000

$1,087,000,000

127,575,946
445,855

130,500,000

135,000,000

9,214,985
146,887,809

9,650,100
165,900,000

8, 611, 930
186,000,000

1, 289,398,022

1,404,050,100

1,416,611,930
20,000,000

1, 289,398,022

1,404,0.*0,100

1,436,611,930

1,459,491,921
163,465,576

1,627,000,000
192,500,000

1,672,000, C O
O
221,800,000

375,000

700,000

2,974,000
277,000

1,623,332,497

1,820,200,000

1,897,051,000
200,000,000

1,623,332,497

1,820,200.000

2,097,051,000

516, 595,049
170,873,180
816, 662,407

364,800,000
201,410,000
140, 532,472

396,000,000
210,000,000
40,786,000

1, 504,130, 636

706,742,472

646,786,000

48,325,041
80,184,403
5,519,027

42,000,000
50,900,000
6,100,000

40,300,000
52,000,000
5,318,000

134,028,471

99,000,000

97,618,000

1, 638,159,107

805,742,472

744,404,000

257,360,683
94,394,089
220,100,000
1,193,000

218,984,890
103,589,433
244,000,000
1,530,000

198,816,351
114,487,101
259,000,000
2,032,000

573,047,772

568,104,323

574,335,452

1,084,199
482,447
1,177,000

967,372
496,627
1,177,000

880,060
510,512
1,177,000

2,743,646

2,640,999

2,567,572

._
»_

316,325
101,483
217,000

267,573
111,886
217,000

251,993
119, 530
217,000

-

634,808

596,459

588, 523

Total, unemployment trust fund, based on existing and proposed legislation

_.

Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Appropriation from general account receipts
_
Interest on investments
Transfers from general and special accounts:
Reimbursement for veterans' benefits under sec. 210 of Social Security Act, as amended.
Salaries and expenses, Bureau of Old Age and Survivors Insurance
Total, Federal old-age and survivors Insurance trust fund, based on existing legislation
Proposed legislation: Appropriation from general account receipts
Total, Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, based on existing and proposed legislation
.

_

_
___

Total, national service life insurance fund

_

_

_

Government life insurance fund:
Premiums and other receipts
._
Interest and profit on investments
Transfers from general and special accounts

.__

Total, Government life insurance fund

_

_

Total, veterans' life insurance funds
Federal employees' retirement funds:
Civil-service retirement and disability fund:
Deduction f rom employees' salaries, etc
.__
_
Interest and profit on investments
Transfers from general and special accounts: United States share
-District of Columbia share

_
- -

Total, civil-service retirement and disability fund _ _
Canal Zone retirement and disability fund:
Deductions from employees' salaries, etc
Interest on investments _
-.
Transfers from general and special accounts—United States share

_
_

Total, Canal Zone retirement and disability fund
Alaska Railroad retirement fund:
Deductions from employees' salaries, etc
_
_
Interest on investments.
_
Transfers from general and special accounts—United States share
Total, Alaska Railroad retirement fund




Estimate, 1949

$1,005, 273,427

Total, unemployment trust fund, based on existing legislation. _
Proposed legislation
_

Veterans' life insurance funds:
National service life insurance fund:
Premiums
_
_
Interest and profits on investments
Transfers from general and special accounts

Estimate, 1948

,

-_,_-—

_

AlO7

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
T A B L E 12—Continued

RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source

A c t u a l , 1947

Federal employees' retirement funds—Continued
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund:
Deductions from employees' salaries, etc
Interest on investments
Transfers from general and special accounts—United States share

__
_

E s t i m a t e , 1948

E s t i m a t e , 1949

„

Total, Federal employees' retirement funds

_

$425,000
380,000
2,085,000

2,890,000

2,890,000

578,167,187

Total, Foreign Service retirement and disability fund

$425,000
380,000
2,085,000

1,740,961

.

$313,255
376.706
1,051,000

574, 231,781

580,381,547

Health insurance trust fund:
Proposed legislation* Appropriation from general account receipts
Railroad retirement account:
Interest on investments
___
Transfers from general and special accounts

150, 000, 000

Total, railroad retirement account

_

_

_

Other trust accounts:
Legislative branch:
Library of Congress catalog card fees, deposits
Library of Congress copyright fees, deposits
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
«
.
-- -.._
_
_
Total, legislative branch

.

..

_

Executive Office of the President and independent offices:
Federal Communications Commission: Receipts, international telecommunication
settlements
Federal Power Commission: Licenses under Federal Power Act from Indian reserva-_
. __.
tions
General Accounting Office: Withholdings from contractors for wage adjustments, act
of Aug. 30, 1935

24,187,274
298,463,000

40,000,000
758,488,000

55,000,000
574,570,000

322, 650,274

_

798,488,000

629,570,000

61,816
67,988
241,662
16,973
400,847

50,000
50,000
175,000
12,000
110,000

50,000
50,000
50,000
12,000
25,000

2,156,324

2,000,000

2,200,000

2,945,610

2,397,000

2,387,000

86, 520

200,000

200,000

214,289

212,674

211,004

148,340
2,470
[15,419

500
8,500
60,000

500
8,500
65,000

Interstate Commerce Commission: Deposits, unearned fees, admission of attorneys
National Archives: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library income account deposits...
National Capital Housing Authority:
Langston management, deposits
Completed properties, deposits
_
National Capital Park and Planning Commission .
Securities and Exchange Commission: Deposits, unearned fees._
_
Smithsonian Institution: Canal Zone biological area fund, deposits
United States Maritime Commission: Deposits, unearned moneys, merchant ship
sales, war-built vessels
-_

« 222, 841
4,404

17,109
44,836
3,000

71,297,705

17,166,495

Veterans' Administration:
Adjusted-service certificate fund:
Interest on investments._
_ _Interest on loans
Funds due incompetent beneficiaries, deposits..
General post fund, national homes, deposits...
Personal funds of patients, deposits
Contributions to veterans' hospitals entertainment fund

503,463
782
9, 590,081
674,318
13,021,077
•11

1,100,000

1,100,000

8, 500,000
450,000
12,900,000

9,000,000
450,000
15,000,000

_
_

120,453
1,023, 717

0)

0)
(0

<»)
36,000
3,000

Total, Veterans' Administration

23, 789, 710

22,950,000

25, 550,000

Total, Executive Office of the President and independent offices

96,480,186

40,663,114

26,074,004

10,000

10,000

10,000

37,558

50,000

50,000

10,637

15,000

15,000

Federal Security Agency:
American Printing House for the Blind: Deposits to promote the education of the
blind, interest
Bureau of Employees' Compensation:
Relief and rehabilitation and interest on investments, Longshoremen and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act
Receipts and interest on investments, District of Columbia Workmen's Compensation Act
_
a

Excess of credits, deduct.
i Transferred to special deposit accounts.




A108

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
T A B L E 12—Continued

RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source

Estimate, 1948

Actual, 1947

Other trust accounts—Continued
Federal Security Agency—Continued
Food and Drug Administration:
Deposits, sea food inspection fees
_
Deposits, insulin certification fees
Deposits, penicillin or streptomycin certification fees
_
_
_.
Deposits, coal tar colors, certification fees
Freedmen's Hospital: Income on intangibles, Freedmen's Hospital unconditional gift
fund
Public Health Service:
Contributions and interest on investments, National Institute of Health:
Conditional gift fund ..
_
_
_
Gift fund
.
1- _..
Contributions to National Cancer Institute unconditional gift fund
Contributions to Public Health Service, unconditional gift fund
Narcotic farm, deposits of personal funds and earnings of inmates
_
Proceeds from effects and moneys of former patients
Saint Elizabeths Hospital:
Personal funds of patients
Pension money
Social Security Administration: Transfers from general and special accounts 3

$21,663
° 6,887
« 57,268
« 9,442

Estimate, 1949

$16,982
2,600
20,000
1,053

1•

5

17,850
2,150
1,500

$21,850
2,150
1,500

174,000
4,500

175,000
4,500

151,491
63, 916

160, 000
45,000

160,000
45,000

424,314

520,635

485,000

448
13

3,000

3,000

54,461

3,000

3,000

4,768,664
10,900,000

5,000,000

5,000,000

1,693,718
5
1,189
3,224
6,163,013

1, 700,000
1,000
1,000
70,000
5,000,000

1,700,000
1,000
1,000
75,000
5,000,000

915,248

900,000

1,000,000

175,472
16,447, 574

11,000,000

10,000,000

50
56,433

40,000

40,000

256,153
15,130
23, 573
21,008
89,468
"58
« 287, 230

300, 000
16, 400
46, 000
20,000
82,000
50
16, 200

300,000
17,000
75, 000
20,000
65,000
50
11,250

41, 242, 585

24,192, 650

23,305,250

147,648

Total, Federal Security Agency

25,875
1,075
1,351
979
168, 769
4,592

27,000
160,000

38,000
160,000

42, 500
250,000
17,000

47, 500
275,000
18,000

Federal Works Agency:
Office of the Administrator: Withholdings from contractors for wage adjustments,
act of Aug. 30, 1935

Proceeds, sale of materials acquired under scrap-collection program
Public Buildings Administration: Deposits, plans, specifications and services, Daugh_
ters of the American Revolution
Public Roads Administration: Contributions from States, etc., cooperative work,
strategic network of highways
....
Total, Federal Works Agency

.

_..

Department of Agriculture:
Forest Service:
Cooperative fund
_
Deposits, construction of forest access roads to standing timber
Production and Marketing Administration:
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
_. __.
Deposit of fees, inspection and certification of canned wet animal foods
Deposits of fees, inspection and grading of farm products
Deposits by producers, expenses, grading of agricultural commodities for Commodity Credit Corporation. _
_
Farmers' Home Administration:
Resettlement of rural rehabilitation projects, deposits
Assets of State rural rehabilitation corporation, deposits.. _
_
Deductions from agricultural adjustment program payments..
Reserve for maintenance and repair, lease and purchase agreements, deposits
.
Deposits toward purchase price, lease and purchase contracts
Miscellaneous accounts:
Deposits of miscellaneous contributed funds
Deposits, unearned fees and other charges, sec. 8a (4), Commodity Exchange ActDeposits, sale of farm units, water conservation and utilization projects
Deposits, water receipts, water conservation and utilization projects
Deposits, land leases, water conservation and utilization projects
Deposits, unearned proceeds, lands, etc., Taylor Grazing Act
Deposits to secure payments for reproduction of photographs, mosaics, and maps..
Total, Department of Agriculture.-

_

_

_

Department of Commerce:
Office of the Secretary: Expenses, transcripts of studies, and other records
Bureau of the Census: Deposits, special statistical work
Civil Aeronautics Administration:
Deposits, expenses of foreign students
_
_
Deposits, fees for recordation of liens
___
Deposits, fees for registration of aircraft
Deposits, copying fees
_
« Excess of credits, deduct.
2 Estimates for 1949 are shown in table 6, under Fees, special accounts.
• Included under "Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund."




32,000
22,000

3,000
21,305
88,110

_

7,763

A109

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 12—Continued

RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
Actual, 1947

Source
Other trust accounts—Continued
Department of Commerce—Continued
_
Coast and Geodetic Survey: Deposits, sale of charts, and publications
Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce: Deposits, special statistical work
Patent Office: Deposits, unearned fees
__
_
Weather Bureau: Deposits, special statistical work
Total, Department of Commerce..-

_

_

Department of the Interior:
Office of the Secretary:
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
Bureau of Land Management:
Contributions, grazing districts
._-_
Deposits, unearned proceeds, lands, etc., Grazing Service
Deposits, public survey w o r k . . .
_
Trustee funds, Alaska town sites
_Deposits, unearned proceeds, lands, etc
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
_
Contributions of funds for Indian projects
Annette Islands reserve, Alaska, deposits, leases, etc
_
Deposits, construction of forest access roads to standing timber
Deposits, leases, etc., Pawnee Indian Agency and school reservices, Oklahoma
_
___
Deposits, Indians of Fort Berthold Reservation, N . Dak
Deposits, operation and maintenance, Indian irrigation systems
-_.
Interest on proceeds of sales and leases of Indian lands, etc
_
Interest on proceeds of labor
_
Interest on proceeds of labor, agencies, schools, etc
Proceeds of sales and leases of Indian lands, etc
Proceeds of labor, act June 13,1930
Proceeds of labor, Indian moneys, agencies, schools, etc
Puye Cliff ruins, New Mexico, admission fees...
Indian ceded lands, receipts due to Indians under Grazing Act, June 28,1934
Ute Indian lands, mineral leases
Bureau of Reclamation: Contributions to reclamation fund
Bureau of Mines: Contributions for metallurgical research and pilot plants
National Park Service:
Preservation of birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, interest on endowment fund
Deposits, Franklin D. Roosevelt Library income account, admission fees
Donation for lands etc
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..
Deposits to secure payments for reproductions of photographs, mozaics, and maps.
Total, Department of the Interior

_..

Department of Justice:
Legal activities and general administration:
United States marshals, deposits of collections
Deposits, funds of civilian internees and prisoners of war
Immigration and Naturalization Service:
Deposits of funds of aliens who become 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
_
.Proceeds from sale of hides, Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation..
Total, Department of Justice.

_

Department of Labor: Deposit by State agencies, supply and distribution of farm labor,
employment services, war manpower functions.—




Estimate, 1948

$31,399
6,352
196, 730
21,090

Estimate, 1949

$6,500

3,725

4,000

506, 725

549,000

50,000

20,000

12,000
1,200

12,000
1,200

50,000

50,000

400

400

1,000,000

1,000,000

8,000,000

523,397

$6,500

8,000.000

800,000
400

800,000
400

1,894,950
3,500

2,174,000
2,500

210,202
51
221,229
149,063
11,934
1,012
3,096,123
579
327,859
1, 518,000
400
400,000
2,078,147
749,329
372, 850
4, 919,303
2,239,977
956,084
500
130
225
2,138,425

2,392
44,908
2,092,162
34
501

2,400

2,400

20,000
500
600

20,000
500
600

14,121
152,400
84, 597

20,000
175,000
30, 700

20,000
210,000
700

170,334
1

127,700

125,000

21,952,872

12,189,350

12,439,700

1,131
147,405

2,000
175,000

2,000
175,000

1,443,955
800,995
146

1,400,000
800,000
150

1,400,000
800,000
150

2, 507,634

2,377,150

2,377,150

201
113,801

86,877

AllO

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
TABLE 12—Continued

RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source

Actual, 1947

Other trust accounts—Continued
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Air Force: Deposits, air transportation, Air Transport Command. _
Department of the Army:
Military functions:
Finance Department:
Funds held for military personnel and related units overseas
_.Pay of the Army, deposit fund.
_
_
Deposits to secure payment for reproduction of photographs, mozaics, and
maps
_.
Proceeds from effects of mentally incompetent soldiers
Proceeds from estates of deceased personnel
Proceeds from estates of deceased soldiers, Regular Army
Deposits, work and procurement programs for American Republics
Deposits, advances for cost of delivery of surplus military property
Deposits, cash collections, United States Savings bonds, overseas.
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
_
_._
Refund of unapplied balances under class B allotment, United States War
Savings bonds
Deposits, compensation awards, property requisitioned for national defense.
Transportation Corps: Deposits, relocation of refugees, intergovernmental
commit tee
Medical Department; Interest on investments, bequest of Maj. Gen. Fred C.
Ainsworth to Walter Reed General Hospital
_
Corps of Engineers: Fort Monroe, Va., contributions for sewerage system

$53,460

$1,250,000

$850,000

146,971,758
31,646,379

553,000
23,000,000

500,00C
23, 500,000

Total, civil functions

_.

Total, Department of the Army
Department of the Navy:
Office of the Secretary:
Personal funds of deceased or mission personnel, deposits
Proceeds, civic fund, naval reservation, Olongapo, P. I
Bureau of Naval Personnel:
Profit from sale of ships'stores
_.
_
_
Contributions to United States Naval Academy museum fund.
Income on investments, United States Naval Academy, general gift fund
Income on investments, United States Naval Academy, museum fund
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts:
Navyfinesand forfeitures, deposits.
Personal funds of naval and civilian personnel located overseas, deposits
Pay of the Navy, deposits
_
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery: Navy hospital fund, deposits
-.
Marine Corps: Pay of the Marine Corps, deposits
_
_
Deposits, compensation awards, property requisitioned for national defense
_

_

Total, National Military Establishment
Department of State:
Deposits of collections, Mexican claims fund
Deposits, Mexican claims fund, expropriation of petroleum properties and default of
bonds
.
_
-_
Deposits, American Republics, the Philippines, and Liberia for expenses of detail of
United States employees
_
_ .. .
Deposits, Rio Grande bank protection project, contributed funds
_

M
117,783
15,137
136,950
725, 207
65,000
2, 248,883

100,000
12,000
85,000

75,000
12,000
85,000

400,000

400,000

• 6, 529
58,415,088

2,000
155,000,000

2,000

29

1,000

437
•200

100

1,801,500

4,164,500

279
28,127

279
20,000

279
20,000

183,337,879

24,594,379

1,036,060
1,109,811
498,699
6, 558,551
4,534
21,497,065

336,000
852,400
750,000
6,376,820
4,000
75,000,000

28,000
28,400
600,000
6,495,320
4,000
100,000,000

425

425

425

30, 705,145

83,319,645

107,156,145

272,870, 972

Civil functions:
Corp of Engineers (rivers and harbors):
Contributions for river and harbor improvements
Contribution of funds for flood control
Interest on Soldiers' Home permanent fund
Soldiers' Home permanent fund.
_
Deposits, Kermit Roosevelt fund
Deposits, proceeds of remittances to and exports from occupied territories
Deposits, unearned proceeds of sale of publications, Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office
_
._
-

266,657, 524

131,750, 524

14,803
315,279

9,513
350,000

7,057
350,000

3, 625,155
2,420
2,125
5,775

3,000,000
520
2,125

3,000,000
520
2,120

• « 3,456,617
4,965
654,781
« « 2,859, 584
949, 297
• »19f}, 133

2,500
395,000
62
1,040,000
143,503

1,500
371,126

« 937,734

4,943,223

4, 707,323

271,986,698

272,850,747

137,307,847

2,500,000

2,500,000

2, 500,000

4,085,328

4,085,327

6,200

10,000

376

2,500

« Excess of credits, deduct.
4
Result of transfer made pursuant to act of June 15,1943.
• Result of transfer to general fund receipt account, "War claims and awards waived under general settlements.'




Estimate, 1949

242,165,827

Total, military functions

Total, Department of the Navy

Estimate, 1948

100

975,000

10,000
2,500

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES

Alll

TABLE 12—Continued

RECEIPTS OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
Source
Other trust accounts—Continued
Department of State—Continued
Wages due American seamen
_
_
Deposits, unearned passport and application fees
Collections from shipping companies for repatriation of American seamen
Deposits, claims of various individuals
Deposit of Yugoslavian indemnity covering claims arising from death of United States
Army flyers, act June 26,1934...
Deposits, proceeds, from estates of American citizens who die abroad, act July 1,1940.
Funds due individuals
Proceeds, sale of effects of deceased persons
._
Total, Department of State.
Treasury Department:
Fiscal Service:
Bureau of Accounts:
Deposits, unearned proceeds of sale of publications, Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office
Deposits from redemption of Government bonds, interest coupons, etc., found
and owners unknown....
Proceeds, sale of effects of Daniel B. Diebel
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 Customs: Tonnage tax, Philippine Islands
Bureau of Internal Revenue:
American Samoa, coconut-oil tax, internal revenue
Philippine Islands, coconut-oil tax, internal revenue
Puerto Rico, internal-revenue collections...
Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands, deposits for expenses, Treasury Department, enforcement title III, National Prohibition Act, as amended
Bureau of Federal Supply: Deposits, purchases of fuel and other commodities, foreign
countries.
_
__
U. S. Processing Tax Board of Review: Deposits, unearned fees and costs
.Total, Treasury Department
District of Columbia:
Revenues
Transfer from general fund, Federal contribution...
Total, District of Columbia
Government corporations and enterprises:
Housing and Home Finance Agency:
Deposits, operation and maintenance of resettlement projects, Public Housing
Administration, act of Dee. 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 i, 1939, title I, National Housing Act
Deposits, reserve for maintenance and repair, lease and purchase agreements,
Public Housing Administration, act of June 26,1934_
Deposits toward purchase price, lease and purchase contracts, Public Housing
Administration, act of June 26, 1934.

Actual, 1947

E s t i m a t e , 1949

E s t i m a t e , 1948

$4, 760
632,856
691
a
124

$5,000
500,000
1,000

$5,000
500,000
1,000

7,103, 827

3,018, 500

401
8
141

150

150

1,636
370

1,500
400

1.500
400

4,105
101,765
7,601

1,500

1,500

5,300

5,300

93.000

105. 600

91, 700

37,259,372

114,450

100, 550

71, 705, 202
8, 000,000

92,127,937
12,000, 000

98,467,283
12. 000, 000

79. 705. 202

104,127,937

110,467,283

1,717,088

1.765.002
° 128, 619

1,640, 690
• 73,450

150,000
538
«3
22
7,380, 644

1,337

37,048, 960
48

« 90. 487
• 3,065
« 10.199
2.850
10,000
1,858, 613

Total, Housing and Home Finance Agency
Miscellaneous trust accounts:
Deposits, miscellaneous and excess collections
Deposits of unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are known
Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are unknown
Unclaimed moneys due creditors of contractors with the United States under a costplus-a-fixed-feecontract..
Total, miscellaneous trust accounts
Increment resulting from reduction in the weight of the gold dollar
Total
._
Adjustments to daily Treasury statement basis 9 _.
Total, other trust accounts
Total receipts, trust accounts

3,495,993

1, 646,168

51
1, 563, 691

M
3,088
° 9, 341

200
2,020
71, 928

150
2,020
44,950

732, 292

1, 297, 871

551, 832

726, 035

1, 372, 019

598, 952

566, 852,175
+225, 468,017

470,064,772
+620,000,000

320, 676, 927
+210,000,000

792, 320,192

1,090,064, 772

530, 676,927

6, 244,027, 279

6,492, 777,125

6,168,695,404

80, 295

° Excess of credits, deduct.
Due largely to transfer to Budget receipts of proceeds from sale of surplus war-built merchant vessels (see contra adjustment in table 13).

9

770000—48




-XII

• 3, 600

20,978

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
T A B L E 13

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS
By fund and appropriation title
[For thefiscalyears 1947, 1948, and 1949]
APPROPRIATIONS

Fund and appropriation title
Actual, 1947

Actual, 1948

EXPENDITURES

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

E s t i m a t e , 1948

E s t i m a t e , 1949

Unemployment trust fund:
Investments in United States securities
Railroad unemployment insurance account.
State accounts:
__•
Withdrawals by States ._

$443,000,000
51,656, 584

____

$1,288,641,526

$1,404,050,100

$1,416,611,930

Total, unemployment trust fund, based on existing legislation
_
Proposed legislation: Investments _

J

817,355,854

7£0,000,000

850,000,000

461,478

1, 288, 641, 526

1, 404,050,100

1, 416, 611, 930
20, 000,000

1,312, 473,916

1,408,397, 868

1, 416, 611, 930
20,000,000

1, 288, 641, 526

1, 404, 050,100

1, 436, 611, 930

1,312,473, 916

1, 408,397,868

1, 436, 611, 930

1,622,957,119

1, 819,500,000

375,000

700,000

f
1,896, 774,000 \
I
277,000

425, 582,346
1,193,600,000
15,621, 789
25,165, 988

509, 000, 000
1,310,620,477
12,114,000
34,872,418

599,000, 000
1, 247,617,000
12,338,000
37,386,162

1, 623,332,119

1, 820, 200,000

1,897,051,000
200,000,000

1,659,970,123

1, 866,606,895

1,896,341,162
175, 000,000

1, 623, 332,119

1, 820, 200,000

2,097,051,000

1, 659, 970,123

1,866, 606, 895

2,071,341,162

\

1, 514, 558, 426

706, 742, 472

646, 786, 000

|
{

1, 234,000,000
281, 513,937

405,042, 472
301, 700,000

325, 786,000
321,000,000

\

135, 685, 904

99,000,000

97, 618,000

f
[

60,393, 650
67, 484, 419

28,980, 000
70,020,000

42,120,000
55, 498,000

1, 650, 244, 330

805, 742, 472

744,404,000

1, 643, 392,006

805, 742,472

744, 404,000

|

571,648,005

568,104,323

574,335,452

320,138,127
280, 204,000

238,101, 710
330,002,613

246,384,838
327,950, 614

|

2, 743, 449

2, 640,999

2, 567, 572

2,042, 736
932,000

2,121, 420
519, 579

2,325, 566
242,006

1

611,483

596, 459

J
588, 523 1

328,632
320,000

357,472
238,987

437,662
150, 861

I

1,740,309

2,890,000

2, 955,000

J
I

769,172
960,000

885,000
2,005,000

885.000
2.070,000

576,743, 246

574, 231, 781

580,446, 547

605,694,667

574,231,781

580, 446, 547

Total, unemployment trust fund, based on existing and proposed legislation
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
..
Benefit payments
Investments in United States securities
Reimbursements to general fund for administrative expenses.__
Salaries and expenses, bureau of old-age and survivors insurance

1
\

Total, Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
based on existing legislation i
Proposed legislation: Benefit payments
._
Total Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
based on existing and proposed legislation
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
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

$510,611,930
56,000,000

I

|

Transfer to railroad unemployment account (act of June 25,
1938)

$594,397,868
64,000,000

_

.

_. .

Total, Federal employees' retirement funds
Health insurance trust fund: Proposed legislation, investments
Railroad retirement account:
Benefit payments
Investments in United States securities
Total, railroad retirement account
Other trust accounts:
Legislative branch:
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 cards

J
I

150,000,000

\

150,000.000

173,277,392
148, 500,000

228, 500,000
571, 500,000

231, 500,000
397, 500,000

629, 570,000

321, 777,392

800,000, 000

629, 000,000

50,000
12,000
25,000
25,000
1,000

311,505
20,114

206.499
18, 799

99.468
18,382

23,867
686

25,000
1,000

25,000
1,000

1,526

1,849

322,420, 274

798,488,000

629, 570,000

322. 420, 274

798, 488,000

241, 662
16,974
400,847
30,000

175,000
12,000
110,000
19, 740
960

J
1

i Includes appropriations and expenditures for "Salaries and expenses, Bureau of old-age and survivors insurance," Social Security Administration, Federal Security Agency.




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SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 13—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Fund and appropriation title
Actual, 1948

Actual, 1947

Other trust accounts—Continued
Legislative branch—Continued
Government Printing Office: Unearned proceeds of sales,
etc., of publications, Superintendent of Documents

Recommended,
1949

$2,000,000

$2,200,000

$1,780,476

$2, 247,439

$2,200,000

2, 539,483

Total, legislative branch

2,317,700

2,313,000

2,138,174

2,500,586

2,343,850

225,000

1,675,000

« 130,086
27,117

7

4,575
1,290
• 97,104

7

Total, The Judiciary
Executive Office of the President and independent offices:
Executive Office of the President:
Office for Emergency Management:
Foreign Economic Administration: Compensation
awards, property requisitioned for national defense
War Manpower Commission: Supply and distribution of farm labor

198,252
9
198,261

Total Executive Office of the President
1,425,000

Federal Security Agency:
American Printing House for the Blind: To promote the
education of the blind, interest
Bureau of Employees' Compensation:
Relief and rehabilitation, Longshoremen's and Harbor
Workers' Compensation Act
Relief and rehabilitation, District of Columbia Workmen's Compensation act
• Excess of credits, deduct.
» Excess of redemptions, deduct.




1,975,000

86,520

200,000

200,000

16,820

128,643

200,000

448

3,000

3,000

4,746

4,000

5,000

500

District of Columbia Redevelopment Land Agency
Federal Communications Commission: International telecommunication settlements
General Accounting Office:
Wages of employees of contractors
Proceeds from estates of American citizens who die
abroad
Interstate Commerce Commission: Unearned fees, admission of attorneys
.
National Archives:
Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, income account
Franklin D Roosevelt Librarv sift fund
National Capital Housing Authority:
Low rent housing fund, loan by United States Housing
Authority
_
--.
Operation and maintenance, completed properties..
Langston management
National Capital Park and Planning Commission: Contributed funds
-- -Securities and Exchange Commission: Unearned fees
.,
Smithsonian Institution: Donations, Canal Zone biological
area
United States Maritime Commission:
Unclaimed moneys due creditors of contractors with the
United States under cost-plus-a-fixed-fee contracts
Unearned moneys, merchant ship sales, war-built vessels.
Veterans' Administration:
Personal funds of patients
...

Total, Executive Office of the President and independent offices

Estimate, 1949

$1,850,000

The Judiciary:
Fees and other collections:
Clerks of United States district courts
Clerks of United States circuit courts of appeal
Clerks of United States court of appeals for the District
of Columbia
Clerks of emergency court of appeals

Adjusted-service certificate fund:
Investments in United States securities
Insurance losses and refunds.
Funds due incompetent beneficiaries_.
Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts
are known
Govprnmpnt Services Inc

Estimate, 1948

Actual, 1947

500

1,052

50,000

25,000

310

280

210

169

69,023

96,145
495

« 24,207
987,410
114,937

34,449
874,918
34,696

200

200

60,328

60,000

65,000

1,023,717
120,453

36,000

36,000

3,181
51,310

17,109
44,836

36,000

4,404

5,716

3,000

10,340

3,000

3,000

5,000
1,100,000

200,000
500,000

100,000

8,123
333,485

121,340
966,515

80,000
350,000

13,021,077
674,318

J

27,702
36,000

12,900,000
450,000

15,000,000
450,000

10,488,887
195,596

11,588,578
450,000

13,750,000
450,000

504,245

365,000

215,000

9, 590,081

8,500,000

9,000,000

* 250,000
1,031,708
350,972

^735,000
1,100,000
1,000,000

* 885,000
1,100,000
1,500,000

28

50

7
21,905

50

50

26,226,791

24,673,146

27,047,550

13,545,012

15,977,437

18,385,900

10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

37,558

60,000

50,000

22,905

15,000

15,000

10,637

15,000

15,000

18,961

5,000

5,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
T A B L E 13—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Fund and appropriation title
Actual, 1947

Other trust accounts—Continued
Federal Security Agency—Continued
Food and Drug Administration:
Coal-tar colors certification fees
Sea-food inspections
Freedmen's Hospital: Unconditional gift fund
Public Health Service:
National Institute of Health gift fund
National Institute of Health conditional gift fund
National Cancer Institute conditional gift fund
National Cancer Institute unconditional gift fund
Personal funds and earnings of inmates, narcotic farms._
Moneys and effects of former patients
Patients' deposits, U. S. Marine Hospital, Carville, La_.
Public Health Service conditional gift fund
Public Health Service unconditional gift fund
National Institute of Mental Health conditional gift
fund
. .
Working fund
_
Saint Elizabeths Hospital:
Pension money
_ __
_
Personal funds of patients
Social Security Administration: Salaries and expenses,
bureau of old-age and survivors insurance 2_
Total, Federal Security Agency

__

_._

Federal Works Agency:
Office of the Administrator:
Sale of material acquired under scrap collection program,
Work Projects Administration.
Unclaimed moneys due creditors of contractors with the
United States under cost-plus-a-fixed-fee contract
Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts
are known .
Public Buildings Administration:
Working fund
Plans, specifications, and services, Daughters of the
American Revolution
Public Roads Administration:
Cooperative work, strategic network of highways
Working fund
Total, Federal Works Agency
Department of Agriculture:
Office of Information: Working fund
Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations: Expenses of foreign
students
_ __
_
_
Extension Service: Working fund
Agricultural Research Administration:
Office of Administrator: Working fund_ _ _ Bureau of Animal Industry: Expenses and refunds,
inspection and certification of canned wet animal foods.
Forest Service:
Cooperative work
_
Construction of forest access roads to standing timber,
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Working fund
Soil Conservation Service:
Payments in lieu of taxes
_
Operation and maintenance, water distribution systems.
Production and Marketing Administration:
Moisture content and grade determinations for Commodity Credit Corporation
Indemnity fund, county associations.Undistributed cotton price adjustment payments
Expenses and refunds, inspection and grading of farm
products - - - - - Grading of agricultural commodities
_.
Redemption of order stamps
-----___
Working fund
° Excess of credits, deduct.
2
Included under "Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund."




Actual, 1948

$19
28,047
5

$25
113,700

11,950

20,000

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

$19
5,807

$24,000

1,351

1,500
174,000
4,500

175,000
4,500

$26,200

15,335

22,411

22,500

457

500

164,472
1,711
100

170,000
3,500
874

173,000
2,300

1,500

168,769
4,592

$25
115,415

979

979

15,000

11,720
° 1,321

1,172

63,917
151,491

60,000
150,000

55,000
150,000

47, 555
156,161

45,000
160,000

45,000
160,000

504,315

598, 725

485,000

453,425

549,833

459,500

175

447

364

14,878

5,945

2,475

2,297

1,000

1,000

1,000

7,500
32,000

32,000

22,000

1,000

1,000

4,465
4,065,886

« 3,882,163

4,127,651

«1,872

56,297

48,996
« 3,937,643

1,871

1,000

4,600
354
5,079

395

18, 224

69,175

73,162

8,113

73,108

72,662

4,768,664

4,500,000

4.500,000

3,395,327

4,284,062

4,500,000

9,737,421
66

2,827,424
1,576

156,221

10,900,000

89,468
21,008

81,128
10,403

64,053
10,403

16,361
9,746

422,467
14,800

259,600
15,500

1,693,436
5
1,189

1,354,000
500
1,000

1,354,000
500
1,000

3,198
1,233
64

7,264
1,800
2,100

8,000
1,500
5,100

6,148,013
915,248

4,950,000
642,000

4,360,000
926,000

6, 517,214
646,153
406
12,691

5,653,000
894,000

4,812,000
900,000

288

A115

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 13—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS
Fund and appropriation title
Actual, 1947

Other trust accounts—Continued
Department of Agriculture—Continued
Farmers' Home Administration:
Operation and maintenance of resettlement and rural
rehabilitation 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 contractsMiscellaneous accounts:
Miscellaneous contributed funds.
Return of excess deposits for reproductions of photographs, mosaics, and maps
Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are
known
Total, Department of Agriculture
Department of Commerce:
Office of the Secretary:
Transcripts of studies, tables, and other records
Working fund
Bureau of the Census:
Special statistical work
Working fund
Civil Aeronautics Administration:
.
Expenses of foreign students
Unearned fees, registration of aircraft
-.
Unearned fees, recordation of liens
__ - - _
Unearned copying fees
Working fund
Coast and Geodetic Survey: Refunds, sale of charts and
publications
- - - - Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce: Special statisti,
cal work
Patent Office:
Unearned fees
_"Workinsz fund
National Bureau of Standards: Working fund
Weather Bureau: Special statistical work
Total, Department of Commerce

Actual, 1948

Recommended,
1949

$175,472
16,447,574

$11,000,000

$9,500,000

50
54, 272

20,000

256,152

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

$509,301
14,771,221
18,069

$9,938,275
6

$9,270,400
6

5,000

600
163,942

56
30,151

5,000

273, 535

243,160

176, 554

574, 500

268,317

5,970

2,500

2,600

6,287

2,908

2,800

770

744

644

150

150

41, 495, 515

22,904,985

21,040,522

24,730, 201

20, 277, 256

25,000

35,000

24,000

34,500

181, 580
5,411

172,375

172,304

787
1,412
354
45,139

1,814
18,243
5,400
1,350
37,411

202
19,824
5,823
1,950
8,833

36,002,128

1,132
195,000

3,000
15,000
8,500
1,500

140,085

175,000

8,000

20,000
5,000
2,000

4,000

839

3,600

1,239

3,600

3,600

16,927

1,675

10,250

3,748

4,875

5,000

30,000

30,000

35,000

36,038

35,000

21,090

14,225

22,000

26,805
669
15,982
6,368

11,251
23, 519

23, 290
20, 569

295,017

219,824

307,850

290, 626

339,876

330,895

Department of the Interior:
Office of the Secretary:
149
Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts
156
Southwestern Power Administration: Grand River
Dam project, Oklahoma
Bureau of Land Management:
_
Grazing districts, contributed funds.
Refund of deposits, unearned fees from public lands
under Grazing Act of June 28,1934
Expenses, public survey work
Trustee funds, Alaska town sites
Unearned proceeds, lands, etc., General Land Office
.Unearned proceeds of land, etc., Grazing Service
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
._
.Miscellaneous trust funds of Indian tribes
Indian moneys, proceeds of labor
-.-•_
Operation and maintenance, Indian irrigation systems..
Construction of forest access roads to standing timber
(advance from Reconstruction Finance Corporation) __
Bureau of Reclamation:
_
Reclamation trust funds _
Expenses, rendering technical assistance, etc., in develop-

3,264,958
50,000

20,000

185
11, 935
1,012
840,177
184

200
12,000
1,200
800,000

300
12,000
1,200
800,000

9,225,312
956,084
2,078,148

8,000,000
800,000
1,000,000

8,000,000
800,000
1,000,000

1,518,000
2,138,425

1,888,996

2,177,612

227, 520

74,743

32,000

345
12,000
1,200
1,042,259

300
12,000
1,200
800,000

7,885,570
713,710
960,913

8,823,851
900,000
1,065,000

9,353,220
1,000,000
1,135,000

1,058,399

1,984,030

2,505,329

93,822

221, 229

65,161

459,601

210, 253

156,178

7,135
202
803, 654
103

2,278,524

Geological Survey:
26
Transferred from operation and maintenance collections, Indian irrigation projects.




700

700

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
T A B L E 13—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Fund and appropriation title
Actual, 1947

Actual, 1948

EXPENDITURES,

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

Other trust accounts—Continued

Department of the Interior—Continued
Bureau of Mines: Metallurgical research and pilot plant
contributions
National Park Service:
National Park Service, donations
Preservation, birthplace of Abraham Lincoln.-.
_
National Park trust fund-Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, contribution,.
Fish and Wildlife Service:
Contributed funds
Fox and fur-seal industries, Pribilof Islands
Expenses, fur seal and fox industries, Pribilof Islands
Expenses, sale of furs
Funds contributed for feeding deer, Alaska
Working fund_
_
Government in the Territories: Funds contributed for improvement of roads, bridges, and trails, Alaska

$2,092,162
2,393
534

20,000
2,400
1,100

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
Immigration and Naturalization Service:
Disposition of deposits of aliens who become public
charges
. ._ _
Return of deposits to secure payment offinesand passage
money
Unearned naturalization fees
Funds of civilian internees and prisoners of war..
Federal Prison System:
Funds of Federal prisoners
Commissary fund, Federal prisons
Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts
are known

20,000
2,400
1,100

1,165,000
2,619

22,051
128,214
19, 507
120
26
°188

19,632
203,004
105,494
338

20,000
210,000

104,950

_.

20,000
175,000
30,000
700

20,000
210,000

170,334

127, 700

125,000

167,296

135,361

127,000

12,932, 796

13,192,812

16,818, 766

17,068,425

16,245, 513

• 55,452
«648
16,497

39
2,428
12,600

700

132

1,131

1,000

1,000

25,000

123,000

204,000

113,801

25,000

1,443,955
800,995

1,400,000
800,000

2,000

150,000

200,000

10,000

5,930
11,253
6,735

80,000

10,000

1,400,000
800,000

1,441,850
816,246

1,432,681
738,000

1,400,000
815,000

2,415,000

2,242,411

2,416,748

2,427,000

290,203

6,904

367,320

1,250,000

259,082

466,125

1,264
2,385,014

National Military Establishment:
Department of the Air Force: Air transportation, Air Transport Command

319,355

Department of the Army:
Military functions:
General Staff Corps:
Inter-American relations: Work and procurement programs for American Republics
Finance Department:
Pay of the Army, deposit fund
Advances for c: st of delivery of surplus military
property
Estates of deceased soldiers, U. S. Army
Estates of deceased personnel
Effects of mentally incompetent soldiers
Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are known
Funds of civilian internees and prisoners of war.
Personal funds of military and civilian personnel
located overseas
.
Refund of unapplied balances under class B
allotments, United States War Savings bonds.
Refunds of unapplied balances of class A pay
reservations of mentally incompetent and deceased employees, United States War Savings
bonds
Operating costs of plants by Army under Executive orders

500

1,000

2,350,264

86,877




$2,500

779,133
2,400
3,800
110,598

$1, 519
1,082
77,746

14,121
152, 400
95,000

Department of Labor:
Office of the Secretary: Supply and distribution of farm
labor, employment service, war manpower functions

»Excess of credits, deduct.

$3,500

$2,500

19, 728,044

Total, Department of the Interior

Total, Department of Justice

$3,500

1, 250,000

850,000

725,207

850,000

31,646,379

23,000,000

23,500,000

19,171,091

20,456,649

21,000,000

65,000
136,950
15,137
117,783

85,000
12,000
100,000

85,000
12,000
75,000

120,513
20,398
264,361

65,000
179,594
25,000
320,000

200,000
25,000
225,541

2,526
58,415,088

2,000
155,000,000

2,000

181
7,386,681

100
260,814,718

100
40,000,000

393,435,438

15,809,977

139,056,129
438

100

100

6,020

6,000

6,500

2,000

2,000

23,284

10,000

10,000

300,016

4,966

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES

A117

TABLE 13—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Fund and appropriation title
Actual, 1947

Other trust accounts—Continued
National Military Establishment—Continued
Department of the Army—Continued
Military functions—Continued
Finance Department—Continued
Funds held for military personnel and related
units overseas
Unclaimed moneys due creditors of contractors
with the United States under cost-plus-a-fixedfee contracts
Estates of deceased and mentally incompetent
enrolled members, Civilian Conservation
Corps
Funds received by United States forces in occupied territory or under martial law, Territory
of Hawaii
Purchase of United States War Savings bonds,
overseas
- -Kermit Roosevelt fund
Transportation Corps:
Relocation of refugees, Intergovernmental
Committee
Medical Department:
Bequest of Maj. Gen. Fred C. Ainsworth to
Walter Reed General Hospital
Bequest of William F. Edgar, museum and
library, Office of the Surgeon General of the
Army
Corps of Engineers:
Sewerage system, Fort Monroe, Va., contribution fund
Wrorkinff fund Arniv Engineers militarv

$7,915,630

Actual, 1948

EXPENDITURES

Recommended,
1949

Estimate, 1948

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1949

$500,000

42

$64,434,056

$460,175

$500,000

6,079

$500,000

10,000

10, C O
O

813

1,500,000
4,000

1,801,500

4,164,500

279

279

1,500,000
4,000

279

369,911

4,580,096
2,000

1,921,610
5,534

568,853

1,000

2,248,883
4,634

500

6,397,147

149

700

279

117

29

505

500

1,500,000
4,000

28,127

20,000

20,000

21,380
54,817

28,970

30,000

242,179,661

184,390,879

25,700,379

490,655,925

306,352,681

63, 511,920

205,060

336,000

28,000

130,478

307,000

175,000

467,770

440,440

607,528

1,600,000

728,378

348,469

2,508,555

96,881

Total, Department of the Army, military
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 forfloodcontrol, rivers and
harbors
Funds advanced for flood control, rivers and
harbors
Working fund, Army, Engineers, civil trust
fund
U. S. Soldiers' Home: Soldiers' Home permanent
fund (annual appropriation).
Proceeds of remittances to and exports from occupied
territories
Total, Department of the Army, civil functions.
Total, Department of the Army

_

Department of the Navy:
Office of the Secretary:
Naval reservation, Olongapo civic fund.
Maintenance and operation of fleet, Division 2,
United States Naval Reserve, 6th Naval DistrictBureau of Naval Personnel:
Ships' stores profits, Navy
__
_
U. S. Naval Academy museum fund...
_
U. S. Naval Academy general gift fund
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts:
Pay of the Navy, deposit fund
..Unclaimed moneys due creditors of contractors with
the United States under cost-plus-a-fixed-fee
contracts
Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are known




831,000
457,811

258,200

200

652,000

338,500

1,646,248

2,410,100

2,435,000

1,520,972

2,357,808

2,428,655

21,497,065

75, COO,000

100,000,000

948,187

61,079,057

100,000,000

25,289,184

78,004,300

102,463,200

6,911,868

66,229,655

102,942,155

267,468,845

262,395,179

128,163,579

497, 567, 793

372,582,336

166,454,075

315,279

350,000

350,000

399,343

362,923

350,000

5,991,270
8,302
5,059

2, 542,106
3,813
3,041

3,000,000
520
2,120

710,736

592,500

19,055

25,138

25

269

2,546
3,625,155
8,195
2,125

3,000,000
520
2,125

3,000,000
520
2,120

654,781

395,000

371,126

224,119

150,000

100,000

463,858

30,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
T A B L E 13—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS

EXPENDITURES

Fund and appropriation title
Actual, 1947

Other trust accounts—Continued
National Military Establishment—Continued
Department of the Navy—Continued
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts—Con.
Compensation awards, property requisitioned for
national defense.
Personal funds of naval and civilian personnel located overseas.._*
Personal funds of deceased or missing personnel
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery: Naval hospital fund
Marine Corps: Pay of Marine Corps, deposit fund
Total, Department of the Navy
Total, National Military Establishment
Department of State:
Expenses of detail of United States employees to American
Republics, the Philippines, and Liberia
Estates of decedents
Payments of claims against Canada due to damage in State
of Washington by fumes from smelter at Trail, British
Columbia under art. I, Convention of Apr. 15, 1935, between United States and Canada.
Unearned passport and application fees
Payments of claims against Canada due to damage in State
of Washington by fumes from smelter at Trail, British
Columbia, under art. I l l , Convention of Apr. 15, 1935 between United States and Canada
Payment of claims, Special Claims Commission under art.
I, of agreement Oct. 25, 1934, between the United States
and Turkey
_. - __.
Collections from shipping companies for repatriation of
American seamen
Japanese indemnity claims growing out of sinking of U. S. S.
Panay and Standard Vacuum Oil Co. vessels
Mexican claims fund
Chinese indemnity claims growing out of bombing of S. 8.
President Hoover
-..
Mexican claims fund, expropriation of petroleum properties
and default of bonds
Awards of Mexican Claims Commission
Rio Grande bank protection project, contributed funds
Wages due American seamen
Yugoslavian indemnity covering claims arising from death
of U S Army fliers
Total, Department of State
Treasury Department:
Fiscal Service:
Bureau of Accounts:
Payment of unclaimed moneys .
Mexican claims fund, expropriation of petroleum
properties and default of bonds, Department of
State (transfer to Treasury)
Mexican claims fund, Department of State (transfer
to Treasury)
Return of miscellaneous and excess collections
Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are known
Return of proceeds of Government obligations held
for rightful owners _
Payment of proceeds of Government bonds, interest
coupons, etc., found
Outstanding liabilities _
Payment of claims, Special Claims Commission,
under art. II of convention of Apr. 24, 1934, between the United States and Mexico
• Excess of credits, deduct.




Actual, 1948

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

$143, 503
$4,965
14,803
949,297

2,125
9,513
62
1,040,000

5, 798, 719

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

$143,503
2,125
12,092

$1,500
6,309

975,000

$271,293
27,016
1,162
1,619,930

1,083,160

872,000

5,092, 848

4,807,323

9,055, 737

4,770,670

4,726,307

273, 586,919

268, 738,027

133,820,902

506,990,850

378,603,006

172,030,382

6,200
538

10,000

10,000

4,892
3,768

9,222

10,000

60,000

60,000

40,000

48,644

7,509
54,758

45,000

$1, 500
7,057

1,320

•5,055
692

1,000

1,000

2,500,000

2,500,000

6,832

2,500,000

1,692

1,000

3,300

7,604
4,085,327

4,085,327

376
4,760

2,500
5,173

2,500
4,500

150,000

2,623
7,906

64,475
2,876
5,095

59,000
2,500
5,573

150,000

6, 807, 893

6, 664,000

2, 558,000

212, 778

164,683

123,073

190,061

100,000

150,000

192, 602

100,000

150,000

4,442,416

4, 506,998

3,076,041
142

3, 500,000

3, 500,000

5,000

5,000

142
1,439
141
401

• 21,618,207

4,976

A119

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
T A B L E 13—Continued

APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS

Fund and appropriation title
Actual, 1947

Other trust accounts—Continued
Treasury Department—Continued
Bureau of Customs:
Philippine trust fund
Philippine trust fund (tonnage tax)
Bureau of Internal Revenue:
American Samoa trust fund, coconut oil tax (internal
revenue)
..
-- -Philippine trust fund (internal revenue)
Philippine trust fund, coconut oil tax (internal revenue) Puerto Rico trust fund (internal revenue)
Expenses, Treasury Department, enforcement title III,
National Prohibition Act, as amended, Puerto Rico
and Virgin Islands -- ----- -- --Bureau of Federal Supply: Purchase of fuel and other commodities, foreign countries
_
Total, Treasury Department

Actual, 1948

EXPENDITURES
Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

$3,862
44,163

$370

1,500

$1,500

5,300

$2,996
1,301,874
229,196
79,269

102,202
632,685

5,300

91,700

82,474

105,564

105,600

35,129,566

1,918,127

4,105

$1,500

$1,500

101,765
7,601

5,300

93,000

105,600

37,048,960
212,400

248, 500

22,923,345

10,920,101

3,767,400

94,373,354

105, 679, 712

111,366,483

85,384,277

106, 206,602

111, 939,483

892

District of Columbia

37,447,985

6,000

16,000

2,486

10,000

15,000

10,000

2,000

5,000

3,664

5,000

6,000

1,717,088

1,477,378

1,399,500

1,328,238
7,409
1,050
127,875

1,476,037
70,986

1,290,310
40,000

1,727,980

1,485,378

1,420,500

1,470,722

1,662,023

1,350,310

Government corporations and enterprises:
Housing and Home Finance Agency:
Federal Housing Administration:
Unearned collections, title I, National Housing Act,
Expenses on real properties acquired under insurance granted prior to July 1,1939, title I, National
Housing Act, as amended
Public Housing Administration:
Operation and maintenance of resettlement projects..
Expenses of liquidation of resettlement projects
Liquidation of deposits, lease and purchase contracts.
Workini? fund
Total, Government corporations and enterprisesChargeable against increment on gold: Melting losses, etc

848

Total, other trust accounts
Special deposit accounts (net):
Government corporations (partially owned):
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation: Bank assessments..
Federal home loan banks
Consolidated Federal farm loan bonds—Federal land banks. _
Funds of Farm Credit Administration agencies: Investment account for Federal land banks and banks for cooperatives
»
-- Other special deposit accounts (net):
Federal tax withholdings
Pav-roll allotnipnts War Savings bonds
Miscellaneous:
Executive Office of the President:
OffipA of TiPTid-TjPft^fl Administration

. - - -

Total

Total, special deposit accounts (net)

507,262,339

448,777,957

316,217,119

684,784,298
+388,189,527

565,174,076
+620,000,000

349, 681, 562
+210,000,000

507,262,339

Total .
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis'

Other

848

448,777,957

316,217,119

1,072,973,825

1,185,174,076

559,681,562

« 1,726,004
71,944,706
o 23, 558,896

176,700,000
•50,000,000

385,000,000
• 10,000,000

100,000,000
150,000,000
60,000,000

60,000,000
50,000,000
50,000,000

426,700,000

525,000,000

•3,431,974
« 35,100,733
8,945,674
149,415,766
124,763,500
369,451,204
•62,745,425
697,957,818
—226,447,949
371,509,869

• Excess of credits, deduct.
* Due largely to transfer to Budget receipts of proceeds from sale of surplus war-built merchant vessels (see contra adjustment in table 12).




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
T A B L E 13—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF TRUST ACCOUNTS—Continued
APPROPRIATIONS
Fund and appropriation title
Actual, 1947

Actual, 1948

EXPENDITURES

Recommended,
1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

Sales and redemptions of obligations of GoTernment corporations
and credit agencies in the market (net):

Guaranteed by the United States:
Commodity Credit Corporation
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation..
Federal Housing Administration
Home Owners' Loan Corporation
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Not guaranteed by the United States:
Federal home loan banks
Federal land banks
Home Owners' Loan Corporation

$379,144,599
1,289,400
4,315,100
2,110,575
5,000

$13,330,021
500,000
5,931,750
1,500,000

$2,000,000
500,000
2,989,000
1,000,000

-73,000.000
44,886,400
9,350

•176,700,000
50,000,000

•385,000,000
10,000,000

Total, sales and redemptions of obligations of Government
corporations and credit agencies in the market (net)

358,760,424

•105,438,229

•368,511,000

Clearing account for outstanding checks and telegraphic reports
from Federal Reserve banks

• 554,706,981

400,000,000

6, 791,845,241

7,361,414,863

Total, trust accounts..
• Excess of credits, deduct.




.

._

.«

— .

.

«

$5,968,643,834

$5,851,490,310

$5,954,300,596

6,327,974,201

A121

SUMMARY AND SUPPORTING TABLES
TABLE 14
RECEIPTS FROM AND PAYMENTS TO THE PUBLIC
Excluding major intragovernmental and noncash transactions
[For the fiscal years 1947, 1948, and 1949. In millions]
Actual, 1947

Description

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

RECEIPTS FROM THE PUBLIC
Budget accounts:
Direct taxes on individuals...
Direct taxes on corporations..
Employment taxes l
Excise taxes and customs
Miscellaneous receipts
Trust accounts l

$20,408
9,676
579
7,765
4,502
3,707

12, 435
5,172
6,556
1,066
315
76
1,243
617
587
102
120
997
3,811
2,936

11,912
5,955
6,489
1,190
83
77
582
1,170
1,563
147
97
1,119
3,907
2,061
120
-222
3,094
774
+400

11, 220
7,486
6,057
1,441
17
387
836
1,625
1,646
185
116
882
3,835
1,996
200
-202
3,539

40,519

41, 264

7,732

7,066

6,659
1,800
10,930

7,732

7,066

772

51

19,389

Excess of receipts from the public.

48,330

6,659

Total payments to the public

48, 251

39,978

PAYMENTS TO THE PUBLIC
Budget accounts:
National defense
International affairs and finance
Veterans' services and benefits
Social welfare, health, and security
Housing and community facilities
Education and general research
Agriculture and agricultural resources
Natural resources not primarily agricultural
Transportation and communication
Finance, commerce, and industry
Labor
General government
Interest on the public debt
Refunds of receipts
<
Reserve for contingencies
Deductions from Federal employees' salaries for retirement fund
Trust accounts
Exchange stabilization fund
Clearing account for outstanding checks and telegraphic reports from Federal Reserve banks
Adjustment to daily Treasury statement basis

$23,322
10,158
821
7,854
2,167
4,008

46, 637

Total receipts from the public.

$22,793
9, 548
783
7,714
3,701
3,712

8,505

7,117

-260
3,270
1,026
-555

+464

BORROWING FROM AND REPAYMENT OF DEBT TO THE PUBLIC
Excess of receipts from the public
Decrease in stabilization fund balance..
Decrease in Treasury cash balance
Repayment of debt to the public (net).
1

Appropriation to Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund is excluded from employment taxes, but included as a trust account receipt.

NOTE.—Detail may not add to totals because of rounding.

Table 14, "Receipts from and payments to the public/'
presents a picture of the flow of money between the Federal Government as a whole and the public. Other tables,
on budget receipts and expenditures, do not do so; they
are designed for other purposes. The public is defined
to include individuals; banks; businesses; private corporations; State, local, and foreign governments; and
international organizations.
Budget receipts and expenditures include many transactions within the Federal Government itself and excludesome cash transactions between the Federal Government
and the public. Some of these intragovernmental transactions are payments from various agencies of the Federal
Government to the Treasury. These are included both




in budget expenditures and in budget receipts (within
the miscellaneous-receipts category). Examples are payments of interest and earnings or repayments of capital
stock by Government enterprises to the Treasury. Others
of the intragovernmental transactions are payments from
budget accounts to trust accounts. Examples are payments from the general fund of the Treasury to some of
the trust funds; for example, to the Federal employees7
retirement funds and the "veterans' life insurance funds.
These payments are budget expenditures. There are also
certain payments from trust accounts to budget accounts,
which are included in budget receipts. None of these
intragovernmental payments is included in receipts from
the public or payments to the public.

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949

On the other hand, trust-account receipts, which are not
included in budget receipts, include receipts from the public. One such group of receipts consists of employment
taxes collected under the old-age and survivors insurance
provisions of the Social Security Act, as amended. These
are treated in the budget as receipts, but simultaneously
an equal amount is deducted from receipts and transferred
to the old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, so that
the amount is not included in the total figure for budget
receipts. Another group of trust-account receipts is
received directly from the public; examples are premiums
on veterans' life insurance policies and employment taxes
collected by the States and deposited by them in the unemployment trust fund.
Another source of difference between budget expenditures and payments to the public is the inclusion as budget
expenditures of noncash items which represent an obligation of the Federal Government to make a cash payment
in the future. Examples of such items include interest
accruing on savings bonds held by the public which will not
be paid until the bonds are redeemed, subscriptions to the
International Monetary Fund in the form of non-interestbearing notes wrhich would later be exchanged for cash, and
terminal-leave bonds which are to be redeemed for cash at
a later date. On the other hand, at the time actual cash
payments to the public are made for these recorded noncash expenditures, no expenditure is recorded in the
budget, the expenditure having been recorded previously
when the obligation was issued. Payments to the public
not included in budget expenditures also include payments
from trust accounts, such as unemployment compensation
payments and payments of old-age annuities.
Table 14 eliminates intragovernmental transactions and
noncash expenditures from the budget and trust accounts
and adds payments made when the noncash items eventually become cash expenditures. In this way table 14
shows the financial transactions between the Federal
Government as a whole and the public. It is therefore
useful in judging the effect of Federal finances on the
incomes of private individuals and businesses.
Receipts from the public are shown under the accounts
to which the collections from the public are initially
deposited except in one case; namely, the appropriations
from budget receipts to the Federal old-age and survivors
insurance trust fund are treated as trust-account receipts,
and an equal amount of employment-tax revenues is
excluded from " Employment taxes," as noted above.
Payments to the public are shown in this presentation
under the accounts from which the disbursements to the
public are made.
Payments to the public from the budget and trust
accounts, respectively, as listed in table 14, cannot properly be compared with receipts from the public for the




same accounts because some receipts of budget accounts
are transferred to trust accounts and payments to the
public are made by the latter accounts.
Because trust-account receipts from the public total
several billion dollars annually, receipts from the public
are typically considerably larger than budget receipts.
Trust-account payments to the public are typically smaller
than trust-account receipts; part of receipts is held in trust
for payment to the public in future years. This accumulation of funds in trust accounts, which is now expected
to continue for some years, is a major reason why at
present the excess of receipts from the public over payments to the public tends to exceed the budget surplus.
In the fiscal year 1948, the budget surplus is estimated at
$7.5 billion. The excess of receipts from the public over
payments to the public, however, will be slightly greater,
$7.7 billion. This difference would have been still greater
had not most veterans cashed their terminal-leave bonds
during the 1948 fiscal year. It is estimated that in 1949
the Federal Government will take in $7.1 billion more from
the public than it pays out. This amount exceeds the
budget surplus by almost $2.3 billion. The estimates
make no allowance for possible payment of a dividend of
between ore and two billion dollars out of the national
service life insurance trust fund.
Repayment of debt to the public differs from the reduction in the public debt shown in table 5. Repayment of
debt to the public consists of repayment of moneys
previously borrowed from the public (the public being
defined as indicated above). Changes in the public debt
arise from issuance and redemption of United States
securities, regardless of whether the securities were issued
in return for money borrowed and regardless of whether
the holder is a member of the public or is an agency of the
Federal Government. These differences between the two
concepts result in three important differences in the magnitudes: (1) Sales and redemptions on the market of obligations of Government corporations are combined with
other Federal debt transactions to arrive at net repayment
of debt to the public, but are not included in changes in the
public debt; (2) investments of Federal enterprises and
trust funds in United States securities permit the repayment of debt to the public, without decrease in the total
public debt; (3) the redemption of notes which had previously been noncash expenditures (such as terminalleave bonds) reduces the public debt but does not affect
repayment of debt to the public (because the latter is
defined as including only repayment of moneys previously
borrowed).
A supporting schedule, showing the derivation of the
figures in table 14, and their relation to budget receipts
and expenditures, will be furnished on request to the
Bureau of the Budget.

PART II

DETAILED ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATION
and Other Authorizations for Government-Type Budgets
and

Schedules Showing Actual Obligations for Fiscal Year 1947
and Estimated Obligations for Fiscal Years 1948 and 1949
GENERAL, SPECIAL, AND TRUST ACCOUNTS
Legislative Branch
The Judiciary
Executive Office of the President and Independent Offices
Federal Security Agency
Federal Works Agency
Department of Agriculture
Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior
Department of Justice
Department of Labor
National Military Establishment:
Office of the Secretary of Defense
Department of the Air Force
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
Post Office Department
Department of State
Treasury Department
District of Columbia

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INTRODUCTION TO PART II
Purt IT consists of the official estimates of appropriation recommended by the President in the form of proposed language of appropriations and supporting schedules. The detailed schedules for
each appropriation title give data on a comparative basis for the
fiscal years 1947, 1948, and 1949. In order to make the data for
1948 more nearly comparable to 1949, tentative estimates of supplemental appropriations for 1948 are included in those instances
where the need for additional funds is definitely known and the
amounts c.in be determined with reasonable accuracy.
Excluded from part II are supplemental appropriations probably
required where the amount cannot be estimated.accurately at this
time, and appropriations to carry out new legislation or extension
of existing legislation which will otherwise expire. (One-line tentative estimates for such items generally appear in table 8 of part I.)

The contents of part II are arranged in chapters, each one usually
covering a department or major agency. Each chapter begins with
a summary table which compares the amounts of appropriations
and contract authorizations estimated for 1949 with the 1948
figures, including as a separate column certain estimated supplemental appropriations as explained above. This table is followed
by an explanatory statement, describing briefly the functions and
programs provided for in the budget estimates. The remaining
portion of each chapter consists of the proposed appropriation
language and supporting schedules, arranged by major organizational groupings, and within such groupings by annual appropriations from general accounts and special accounts, permanent appropriations, and trust accounts. The general content of the schedules
is explained in the following illustration:

EXPLANATORY ILLUSTRATION OF ESTIMATES AND SCHEDULES IN PART II
APPROPRIATION LANGUAGE.
Rbman type shows the language in the last
annual appropriation act (or an explanatory
note for permanent appropriations).

Actual appropriation for 1948. If the appropriation was indefinite, the latest-estimate
is' shown.

Maintenance *nd Operation, Washington National Airport, Civil
Aeronautics Administration—
Maintenance and operation, Washington National Airport: For
expenses incident to the care, operation, maintenance, and protection of the Washington National Airport, including not to exceed
$2,900 for the purchase, cleaning, and repair of uniforms, and [not
• to exceed $124,900 for the installation of runway lighting;,
existing paving, and to pave parking lot, $1,102,5001d
ammunition; $1,185,000; and the I War and .Navy] Departments
of the Air Force, Army and Navy, are authorized to transfer to the
Administrator without payment therefor [a' heavy duty fire-crash
truck, crane, and] such pother] equipment as is commonly used in
ground operation at airports for use of the 'Washington National
Airport. (Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the
Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
.Appropriated 1948, $1,102,500
Estimate 1949, $1,185,000

SCHEDULE SHOWING SOURCE OF
FUNDS.

Actual, 1947

Estimate.1948 Estimate.1949

FUNDS AvAaABLB FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation provided for 1947 and 1948,
and recommended for 1949.

$869,500
44,672

$1,102, 500
52,000

$1,185,000
52,000

Total available for obligations
Unobligated balance, estimated savings

Adjustment between appropriations to reflect' changes~ in financing activities and to
place all three years oft a comparable basis.

Appropriation or estimate
Reimbursements for services performed...

914,172
-7,079

1,154,500

1,237,000

Obligations incurred
Comparative transfer to "Maintenance
and operation, air-navigation facilities,
Civil Aeronautics Administration"
Surplus supplies and equipment acquired
without reimbursement

907,093

1,1547500- -'•*-4^27 1 oa>

Total obligations

SCHEDULE SHOWING TOTAL OBLIGATIONS BY PURPOSE OR ACTIVITY.

Obligations for personal services'cover (a) em-

ployment in "permanent" positions, broken
•down as to "departmental" (central office)
and "field," by Civil Service grade, and in
the higher grades by title, (b) employment in
temporary positions and special categories,
and (c) 4dditional compensation'for overtime,night Work, etc.




24,500

8,000

885,749

1,179,000

Italic type indicates proposed new language;

Citations of relevant laws and latest appropriation acts are in parentheses.
Appropriation, rttommended for 1949. If
the appropriation is indefinite, the latest
estimate is shown.
Adjusting entries show sources of obligational authority other than appropriationsr
and the use of such authority for transfers, e t c
Balances not available after end of the year;
to be lapsed.

1,245,000

$286j496
599,253

$322,471
856,529

$335,084
909,916

886,749

1,179,000

1,245,000

$657,658
363
638
8,471
69,124
74,000
128,259
13,891

$680,626
500
1,000
7,000
81,000
75.050
175,400
20,924

$730,808
500
1,000
6,000
111,000
84,040
255,173
42,419

33,355

24,500
107,000

8,000

885,749

1,179,000

1,245,009

OBUOATIONS BY OBJECTS01
02
03
04
05
07
08
09

Personal services
Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Rents and utilitv services
O ther contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment
Surplus equipment acquired without reimbursement..
10 Lands and structures
Total obligations

SCHEDULE SUPPORTING OBLIGATIONS FOR PERSONAL SERVICES.

33,355

Brackets enclose material proposed fot
omission in 1949.

OBUOATIONS BY ACTIVITIES

1. Administration
2. Engineering and maintenance
Total obligations

SCHEDULE SHOWING TOTAL OBLIGATIONS BY UNIFORM OBJECT CLASS.

-64,699

Official title of the appropriation account.

Total obligations represent financial liabilities incurred for contracts awarded, personalservices rendered, etc., whether or not actually
paid or to be paid within the fiscal year.

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Field:
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 15. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Airport administrator
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Assistant airport administrator

'Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 10. Range $3,648 to $4,400
Orade 9. Range $3*272 to $4,024
Grade 8. Range $2,896 to $3.648
Grade 7. Range $2,695 to $3,272
Grade 6. Range $2,469 to $2,921
Grade 5. Range $2,244 to $2,695
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
Grade3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
Grade 2. Range $1,690 to $2,020
Total permanent, field
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, field (average number, net salary)
W. A. E. employment, field
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
TJ. S. C.944
Overtime and holiday pay, field
Night-work differential, field
01

Personal services..

Number and total salary represent for permanent employment the positions estimated
to be required and the salaries thereof;,

Deduct lapsesrepresents savings In avefage
numbers and amount of permanent positions
resulting from delay hi' filling positions, leave
without pay, etc., as-offset by terminal leave
payments.

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Comparative Summary of Appropriations and Appropriation Estimates
Appropriations for 1948
Bureau or subdivision

Presently available

Supplemental
required

Total

Estimates of
appropriation
for 1949

Increase (+) or
decrease (—),
1949 over 1948

GENERAL ACCOUNTS
Annual appropriations:
United States Senate
House of Representatives
Legislative miscellaneous
Architect of the Capitol
Botanic Garden
Library of Congress
Government Printing Office

-$156,450
-518,174
+8,100
+767,845
+6,400
+1,370,275
+2, 578,100

56,349,499
81,074

60, 405, 595
82, 520

+4,056,096
+1,446

56,430,573

60,488,115

+4,057,542

$317, 700
2,000,000

$317,700
2,000,000

$113,000
2,200,000

-$204,700
+200,000

2,317,700

Total, general accounts..

$10,611,925
17,973,070
1219,900
4,167,800
161,400
8,081, 900
19,189, 600

56,430,573

Total, annual appropriations
Permanent appropriations: Library of Congress

$10,768,375
18,491,244
211,800
3,399,955
155,000
6, 711,625
16, 611, 500

56,349,499
81,074

_ _
__

$10,768,375
18,491,244
211,800
3, 399,955
155,000
6, 711, 625
16, 611, 500

2,317,700

2,313,000

-4,700

TRUST ACCOUNTS
Library of Congress
Government Printing Office
Total, trust accounts

EXPLANATORY STATEMENT
The estimates for the legislative branch provide for the accounted for largely in the following items: Capitol
salaries and expenses of the Members and staffs of the Building and repairs, maintenance of the House Office
Senate and the House of Representatives, and for the Building, Capitol power plant, and the Library buildings
operation and maintenance of the Capitol, the Senate and and grounds.
the House Office Buildings, the Botanic Garden, the
The Botanic Garden, which is also under the jurisdicLibrary of Congress, and the Government Printing Office. tion of the Architect of the Capitol, shows a 4 percent inThe 1949 estimates for the legislative branch reflect a net crease in its estimates due to salary advancements and
increase of approximately 8 percent over total estimates plant materials.
for 1948.
The Library of Congress provides library and reference
The estimates for the United States Senate provide service not only to Members of Congress but for the entire
salaries for 96 Members and the regular employees and Federal Government and for many thousands of private
for travel and contingent expenses of the Senators. The citizens. The 1949 estimates for the Library of Congress
1949 estimates indicate a net decrease of approximately 1 are approximately 20 percent larger than those for 1948.
These increases are due largely to proposed increases in
percent under estimates for 1948.
The estimates for the House of Representatives provide staff, salary advancements, and expansion of such services
salaries and expenses for 435 Members, Territorial Dele- as distribution of printed cards, union catalogues, and
gates, and the regular employees. The 1949 estimates printing and binding.
The Government Printing Office is the printer for the
indicate a net decrease of approximately 2 percent under
entire Federal Government. Costs of printing included
estimates for 1948.
The Architect of the Capitol is responsible for the opera- in this estimate are for the legislative branch only. The
tion and maintenance of the Capitol, the Senate and House amount included in the 1949 estimates shows a 15 percent
Office Buildings, and the Library of Congress. The net increase over the 1948 appropriations due to increased legisincrease of approximately 23 percent in these estimates is lative printing.
ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATION
SENATE
SALARIES, MILEAGE, AND EXPENSES OF SENATORS

Salaries of Senators—
For compensation of Senators, $1,200,000. (Legislative Branch
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $1,200,000




Estimate 1949, $1,200,000

Mileage of President of Senate and of Senators—
For mileage of the President of the Senate and of Senators,
$51,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $102,000
Estimate 1949, $51,000
Expense Allowance of Senators—
For expense allowance of Senators, $240,000. (Legislative
Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $240,000
Estimate 1949, $240,000
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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
SENATE—Continued
SALARIES, MILEAGE, AND EXPENSES OF SENATORS—Continued

Total, salaries, mileage, and expenses of Senators:
Appropriated 1948, $1,542,000
Estimate 1949, $1,491,000
.SALARIES, OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES

Total, salaries, officers and employees, Senate:
Appropriated 1948, $7,079,025
Estimate 1949, $7,098,665
CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE SENATE

Legislative reorganization: For salaries and expenses, legislative
reorganization, including the objects specified in Public Law 663,
Seventy-ninth Congress, $100,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $100,000
Appropriated 1948, $100,000

Salaries, Officers and Employees, Senate—
For compensation of officers, employees, clerks to Senators, and
others, as authorized by law, including increased and additional com- Salaries and Contingent Expenses, Senate Policy Committees—
pensation provided by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1945",
Senate policy committees: For salaries and expenses of the
as amended by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1946", as follows:
Majority Policy Committee and the Minority Policy Committee,
$41,000 for each such committee; in all, $82,000. (Legislative
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT
Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
For compensation of the Vice President of the United States, Appropriated 1948, $82,000
Estimate 1949, $82,000
$20,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Salaries and Contingent Expenses, Senate, Joint Committee on the
Economic Report—
For clerical assistance to the Vice President, at rates of comJoint Committee on the Economic Report: For salaries and
pensation to befixedby him, $32,385. (Legislative Branch Appro- expenses of the Joint Committee on the Economic Report, $70,000.
priation Actj 1948.)
(Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $32,385
Estimate 1949, $32,385 Appropriated 1948, $70,000
Estimate 1949, $70,000

Appropriated 1948, $20,000

Estimate 1949, $20,000

CHAPLAIN

Salaries and Contingent Expenses, Senate, Joint Committee on
Chaplain of the Senate, $2,520. (Legislative Branch Appropria- Atomic Energy—•
tion Act, 1948.)
Joint Committee on Atomic Energy: For salaries and expenses
Appropriated 1948, $2,520
Estimate 1949, $2,520 of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, including the objects
specified in Public Law 20, Eightieth Congress, $150,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY
Estimate 1949, $150,000
For office of the Secretary, $306,815. (Legislative Branch Ap- Appropriated 1948, $150,000
propriation Act, 1948.)
Salaries and Contingent Expenses, Senate, Joint Committee on
Printing—
Appropriated 1948, $306,815
Estimate 1949, $306,815
Joint Committee on Printing: For salaries for the Joint ComCOMMITTEE EMPLOYEES
mittee on Printing, $19,710, and for expenses of compiling, preparFor professional and clerical assistance to standing committees, ing, and indexing the Congressional Directory, $1,600; in all, $21,310.
(Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
$1,335,785. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $21,310
Estimate 1949, $21,310
Appropriated 1948, $1,335,785
Estimate 1949, $1,335,785
Salaries and Contingent Expenses, Senate, Joint Committee on
CONFERENCE COMMITTEES
Labor-Management Relations—>
Joint Committee on Labor-Management Relations: For
For clerical assistance to the Conference of the Majority, at
rates of compensation to be fixed by the chairman of said com- salaries and expenses of the Joint Committee on Labor-Managemittee, $26,380. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.) ment Relations created by section 401 of the Labor Management
Relations Act, 1947 (Public Law 101, Eightieth Congress), $50,000.
Appropriated 1948, $26,380
Estimate 1949, $26,380 (The Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $50,000
For clerical assistance to the Conference of the Minority, at Appropriated 1948, $100,000
rates of compensation to be fixed by the chairman of said committee, $26,380. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.) Salaries and Expenses, Temporary Congressional Aviation Policy
Board—
Appropriated 1948, $26,380
Estimate 1949, $26,380
Appropriated 1948, $40,000
ADMINISTRATIVE AND CLERICAL ASSISTANTS TO SENATORS

Contingent Expenses, Senate, Automobile and Maintenance for
For administrative and clerical assistants and messenger service
the Vice President-—
for Senators, $4,482,555. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act,
Vice President's automobile: For purchase, exchange, driving,
1948.)
maintenance, and operation of an automobile for the Vice President,
Appropriated 1948, $4,482,555
Estimate 1949, $4,482,555 $5,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $5,000
Appropriated 1948, $5,000
OFFICE OF SERGEANT AT ARMS AND DOORKEEPER
For office of Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper, $822,225, Contingent Expenses, Senate, Automobiles and Maintenance,
including fifteen additional privates, Capitol Police force, as auMajority and Minority Leaders—thorized by Public Law 299, Eightieth Congress: Provided, That the
Automobiles
salaries of pages shall cover the periods from July 1 to July 31, 1948, exchange, driving,for majority and minority leaders: For purchase,
maintenance, and operation of
automobiles,
inclusive, and from January 1 to June 30, 1949, inclusive, at the one for the majority leader of the Senate, and onetwo the minority
for
basic salary rate of $1,800 per annum each. (Legislative Branch leader of the Seriate, $10,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation
Appropriation Act, 1948; The Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1948; 1948.)
Act,
Second Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $10,000
Estimate 1949, $10,000
Appropriated 1948, $802,585
Estimate 1949, $822,225
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Reporting Debates and ProceedOFFICES OF THE SECRETARIES FOR THE MAJORITY AND THE MINORITY
ings—
For the offices of the secretary for the majority and the secretary
Reporting Senate proceedings: For reporting the debates and
for the minority, $43,620. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, proceedings of the Senate, payable in equal monthly installments,
1948; The Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1948.)
$99,315. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $99,315
Appropriated 1948, $43,620
Estimate 1949, $43,620 Appropriated 1948, $100,260




LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Cleaning Furniture—
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Air-Mail and Special-Delivery
Stamps—
Furniture: For services in cleaning, repairing, and varnishing
furniture, $2,760. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Air-mail and special-delivery stamps: For air-mail and specialdelivery stamps for
Appropriated 1948, $2,760
Estimate 1949, $2,760 authorized by law, Senators and the President of the Senate as
$10,250. (Legislative Branch Appropriation
Act, 1948.)
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Furniture and Repairs—
Estimate 1949, $10,250
Furniture: For materials for furniture and repairs of same, ex- Appropriated 1948, $10,250
clusive of labor, and for the purchase of furniture, $12,000. (Legis- Contingent Expenses, Senate, Stationery—
lative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Stationery: For stationery for Senators and for the President
Appropriated 1948, $12,000
Estimate 1949, $12,000 of the Senate, including $7,500 for stationery for committees and
offices of the Senate, $46,300. (Legislative Branch Appropriation
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Expenses of Inquiries and Investiga* Act, 1948.)
tions—
Appropriated 1948, $46,300
Estimate 1949, $46,300
Inquiries and investigations: For expenses of inquiries and investigations ordered by the Senate or conducted pursuant to section Contingent Expenses, Senate, Storage of Documents—
134 (a) of Public Law 601, Seventy-ninth Congress, including compensation for stenographic assistance of committees at such rates Appropriated 1948, $2,645
and in accordance with such regulations as may be prescribed by Payment to son and daughter of Hoiu Theodore G. Bilbo—
the Committee on Rules and Administration, but not exceeding the
rate of 25 cents per hundred words for the original transcript of re- Appropriated 1948, $12,500
ported matter; and including $50,000 for the Committee on ApproSalaries or wages paid out of the foregoing items under "Conpriations for the purposes mentioned in Senate Resolution Num- tingent expenses of the Senate" shall be computed at basic rates as
bered 193, agreed to October 14, 1943, and Public Law 20, Eightieth authorized by law, plus increased and additional compensation as
Congress, $650,000: Provided, That no part of this appropriation provided by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1945", as amended
shall be expended for per diem and subsistence expenses, except in by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1946". (Legislative Branch
accordance with the provisions of the Subsistence Expense Act of Appropriation Act, 1948.)
1926, approved June 3, 1926, as amended. (Legislative Branch
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Total, contingent expenses of the Senate:
Appropriated 1948, $650,000
Estimate 1949, $650,000 Appropriated 1948, $2,147,350
Estimate 1949, $2,022,260
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Folding Documents—
Folding documents: For folding speeches and pamphlets at a
basic rate not exceeding $1 per thousand, $25,000. (Legislative
Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $25,000
Estimate 1949, $25,000
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Materials for Folding—
Materials for folding: For materials for folding, $1,500.
(Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $1,500
Estimate 1949, $1,500

Total, Senate, annual appropriations, general accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $10,768,375
Estimate 1949, $10,611,925
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
SALARIES, MILEAGE, AND EXPENSES 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, $5,482,500. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act,
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Fuel for Heating Apparatus—
1948.)
)
Fuel, and so forth: For fuel, oil, cotton waste, and advertising, Appropriated 1948, $5,482,500
Estimate 1949, $5,482,500
exclusive of labor, $2,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act,
Mileage and Expenses of Members and Delegates, House of Rep1948.)
resentatives—•
Appropriated 1948, $2,000
Estimate 1949, $2,000
For mileage and expense allowance of Members of the House of
Representatives, Delegates from Territories, and the Resident ComContingent Expenses, Senate, Kitchens and Restaurants—
missioner from Puerto Rico, as authorized by law, $1,266,000.
Senate restaurants: For repairs, improvements, equipment, (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
and supplies for Senate kitchens and restaurants, Capitol Building
Estimate 1949, $1,266,000
and Senate Office Building, including personal and other services, Appropriated 1948, $1,437,000
to be expended under the supervision of the Committee on Rules
and Administration, United States Senate, $45,000. (Legislative
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
Branch Appropration Act, 1948; Second Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1948.)
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION
Appropriated 1948, $64,000
Estimate 1949, $45,000 Appropriation or estimate
$1,266,000
$1,437,000
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, $9,560. (Legislative
Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $9,560
Estimate 1949, $9,560
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Miscellaneous Items—
Miscellaneous items: For miscellaneous items, exclusive of
labor, $626,765. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $626,765
Estimate 1949, $626,765

OBLIGATIONS BY ACTIVITIES

Mileage
Expense allowance
Total obligations

$342,000
1,095,000

$171,000
1,095,000

1,437,000

1,266,000

Salaries, Mileage, and Expenses of Members, House of Representatives—
Appropriated 1948, $83,879.22

Total, salaries, mileage, and expenses of Members, House of
Representatives:
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Packing Boxes—
Estimate 1949, $6,748,500
Packing boxes: For packing boxes, $3,000. Legislative Branch Appropriated 1948, $7,003,379.22
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
SALARIES, OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
Appropriated 1948, $3,000
Estimate 1949, $3,000
Salaries, Officers and Employees, House of Representatives—
Contingent Expenses, Senate, Postage—
For compensation of officers and employees, as authorized by
Postage stamps: For office of Secretary, $350; office of Ser- law, including increased and additional compensation provided by
geant at Arms, $150; in all, $500. (Legislative Branch Appropria- the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1945", as amended by the
tion Act, 1948.)
"Federal Employees Pay Act of 1946", as.follows: (Legislative
Appropriated 1948, $500
Estimate 1949, $500 Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)




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T H E BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES—Continued
SALARIES, OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES—Continued
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER

For Office of the Speaker, $38,000.
priation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $38,000

(Legislative Branch ApproEstimate 1949, $38,000

Actual ,1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate

$38,000
Number

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

$38,000

Total Num • Total Num
salary ber
salary ber
1

Administrative assistant
Clerical assistance (lump sum)
Total obligations

$10,000
28,000

1

38,000

Total
salary
$10,000
28,000
38.000

THE SPEAKERS TABLE

For the Speaker's table, including $2,000 for preparing Digest
of the Rules, $25,120. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act,
1948; The Supplemental Appropriation Actf 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $25,120
Appropriated 1948, $25,120
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Number

Total Numsalary ber

Stationery clerk
Librarian
Assistant librarian
Assistant file clerk
Assistant journal clerk
Assistant librarian
Clerk.
Clerk
Bookkeeper in disbursing office
Assistant in disbursing office
Assistant in disbursing office
Additional clerical assistance in disbursing office (lump sum)
Assistant to chief bill clerk
Stenographer to clerk
Assistant in stationery room
Messenger
Stenographer to journal clerk
._.
Laborer
Laborer. __
_
Laborer
Assistant chief telephone operator. _
Telephone operator..
Longevity pay (lump s u m ) . . .
Extra services (lump sum)
Property custodian
_
Assistant property custodians
Locksmith and typewriter repairer
Messenger and clock repairer
Administrative assistant (Reorganization
Act) (lump sum)
Additional clerical assistance (statistical
and certain services) (lump sum).
Joint radio information facility:
Director of studios
Chief engineer
First assistant engineer
Second assistant engineer
Secretary
_

$4,123
3,958
3,627
3,627
8,191
3,544
3,544
10,135
3,130
3,130
2,633

Number

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Total Numsalary ber

Parliamentarian
Digest of the Rules (lump sum).
Assistant parliamentarian
Messenger to Speaker's table

25,117

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary
$10,000
2,000
9,656
3,461

1

1
1

1
1

$10,000
2,000
9,656
3,461

3

25,117

3

Total obligations.

$4,123
3,958
3,627
3,627
8,191
3,544
3,544
10,135
3,130
3,130
2,633
28.750
9,142
3,599
2,551
7,404
2,302
2,358
4,299
19,316
3,461
81,635
3,559
1,800
5,613
9,571
3,047
2,771

3
1
1
3
1
1
2
10
1
31

21,500

21,500

6,500

6,500

4,620
3,213
2,633
2,468
2,222
91

4,620
3,213
2,633
2,468
2,222

388,047

91

387,378

COMMITTEE EMPLOYEES

For committee employees, including a sum not to exceed
$165,000 for the Committee on Appropriations, $1,521,740. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)

25,117

1

81,635
3,000
1,800
5,613
9,571
3,047
2,771

1
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
1

$25,120

25,117

Total obligations

28.750
9,142
3,599
2,551
7,404
2,302
2,358
4,299
19,316
3,461

3
1
1
3
1
1
2
10
1
31

Total obligations
$25,120
-3

Appropriation or estimate
nobligated '
U n • * " " " balance, estimated savings-

Total Num- Total
salary ber salary

Appropriated 1948, $1,521,750

Estimate 1949, $1,521,740
Estimate, 1948 Estimate,1949

Actual, 1947
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

CHAPLAIN

For the Chaplain, $3,750.
Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $3,750

(Legislative Branch

Appropriation

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings..
Total obligations.

$1,521,750
-10
1,521,740

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

For the Office of the Clerk, $387,380. (Legislative Branch
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $384,335
Estimate 1949, $387,380

Number

Total Numsalary ber

Clerk (Appropriations Committee)
Clerk-stenographers (Appropriations
Committee)
Assistant clerks and other personnel (Appropriations Committee) (lump sum)...
18 other standing committees (Keorganization Act)
Messenger ("Ways and Means)
Messenger (Ways and Means)

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Appropriation or estimate
Paid out of contingent fund of the House.
Total available for obligation.
Unobligated balance, estimated savingsTotal obligations,




$384,335
3,712

388,047

Number

387,380
-2
387,378

ber

Total
salary
$10,000

1

$10,000

1

44,994

13

110,000

44,994
110,000

180 1,350,000 180 1,350,000
1
2,302
1
2,302
2
4,444
2
4,444
197 1,521, 740 197 1,521, 740

$387,380

388,047

Total
salary

13

Total obligations .

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Clerk of the House
Journal clerk.
Reading clerk...
Tally clerk
Assistant reading clerk
Enrolling clerk.
__„_____.
Disbursing clerk
:____.__.
File clerk,,,..
Chief bill c l e r k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assistant enrolling clerk..
Assistant tally «lerk.._•_-..... t .
Assistant td disbursing clerk..

1,521,740

Estimate 1949, $3,750

OFFICE OF THE CLERK

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

$1,521,740

Total Num- Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary ber salary
$12,000
9,655
19,312
9,655
8,339
7,022
9,656
5,365
5,392
6, 758
7,022
4,454

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS

For Office of the Sergeant at Arms, $275,325.
Branch Appropriation Act, 1948; Second Supplemental
tion Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $275,335

$12,000
9,655
19,312
9,655

7,022
9,656
5,365
5,392
5,530
7,022
4,454

(Legislative
Appropria-

Estimate 1949, $275,325
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings
Total obligations

$275,335
-11

$275, 325
-1

275, 324

275, 324

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Actual, 1947

D E T A I L OF P E R S O N A L SERVICES

Number

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Total Numsalary ber

Sergeant at Arms
Deputy sergeant at arms (charge of
mace)
Cashier
Assistant cashier
_
.
Bookkeeper
Deputy sergeant at arms (charge of pairs) _.
Special assistant to Sergeant at Arms
Pair clerk and messenger
Stenographer
._
Skilled laborer
_
Capitol Police force:
Lieutenant
_
_.
Special officer
Sergeant
Private
-

1

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary
$12,000

1

$12,000
4,537
8,339
6,358
9,902
5,668
4,289
4,040
3,806
2,077

4,537
8,339
6,358
9,902
5,668
4,289
4,040
3,806
2,077
3
1
5
64

3
1
5
64

9,555
3,185
15,374
186,194

84

Total obligations.

9,555
3,185
15,374
186,194
275,324

84

275,324

SPECIAL AND MINORITY

EMPLOYEES

For six minority employees, $35,890. (Legislative Branch
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $35,890
Estimate 1949, $35,890
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

F U N D S AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate.._

D E T A I L OF P E R S O N A L SERVICES

$35,890
Number

Total N u m salary ber

Minority employee
Minority employee
Minority employee (pair clerk).

$35,890

Total N u m salary ber

Total
salary

2
3
1

2
3
1

$14,045
16,177
5,668

6

Total obligations

$14,045
16,177
5,668
35,890

6

35,890

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER

For Office of the Doorkeeper, $465,560: Provided, That the
salaries of pages shall cover the periods from July 1 to July 31, 1948,
inclusive, and from January 1 to June 30, 1949, inclusive, at the
basic salary rate of $1,800 per annum each. {Legislative Branch
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $459,530
Estimate 1949, $465,560

For three special employees, $7,040. (Legislative Branch
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $7,040
Estimate 1949, $7,040
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...

$7,040
-4
7,036

Total obligations..

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

$459,530
6,036

465, 557

Total obligations..

465,560
-3
465, 557

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Number

Total Numsalary ber

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Total Numsalary ber

Doorkeeper
--Special employee..---.
Superintendent, House Press Gallery
Assistant to superintendent, House Press
Gallery
_.
Assistant to superintendent, House Press
Gallery
House Press Gallery, superintendent in
radio room
House Press Gallery, assistant superintendent in radio room. _




$9,000
5,668
6,109

$9,000
5,668
6,109
5,116

3,461
3,185

4,289
4,565
3,654
44,341
38, 799
44,427
4,154
1,932
12,459
7,403
2,149
5,254
4,013

4,289
4,565
3,654
44,341
38, 799
44,427
4,154
1,932
12,459
7,403
2,149
5,254
4,013

3,544
9,390
1,932
1,932
66,631
2,551
4,154
8,026
5,267
11,336

3,544
9,390
1,932
1,932
66,631
2,551
4,154
8,026
5,267
11,336

8,026
76, 807
9,656

8,026
76,807
9,656

4,565
3,737
3,130
21, 729
2,149
2,302

4,565
3,737
3,130
21, 729
2,149
2,302

1
2

$2,882
4,154

3

7,036

3

7,036

4,840

3,461
3,185

$2,882
4,154

For office of the majority floor leader, including $2,000 for
official expenses of the majority leader, $32,825. (Legislative Branch
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $32,825
Estimate 1949, $32,825

3,875

4,840

192

5,116

3,875

Superintendent, House Periodical Press
Gallery
Chief janitor—
Chief messenger
Messenger
Messenger on soldiers' roll
Laborer
Laborer (cloakroom)
Laborer (cloakroom)
Laborer (cloakroom)
Female attendant in ladies' retiring room.
A t t e n d a n t for ladies' reception room
Superintendent, folding room
Foreman, folding room
_.
Chief clerk to superintendent of folding
room
Clerk
-.
Janitor. _.
*.
Laborer
Folder
Shipping clerk
...
Driver
--.
Chief page.
—..-.
Telephone page
Floor manager of telephones.._
Assistant floor manager in charge of
telephones
Page
Superintendent of document room._
Assistant superintendent of document
room
Clerk
Assistant clerk
Assistant
Janitor
Messenger to press room
Total obligations.

Total Num- Total
saary ber
salary

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary

1
2

Assistant foreman in folding room
Laborer.._
Total obligations

Number

7,036

$465, 560

465,566
-9

Appropriation or estimate
Paid out of contingent fund of the House
Total available for obligation
Unobligated balance, estimated savings.

$7,040
-4

465,557

192

465,557

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

$32,825
—3

D E T A I L O F P E R S O N A L SERVICES

Number

Total Numsalary ber

$32,825
-3

32,822

Appropriation or estimate.
Unobligated balance, estimated savings.
Total obligations
_._

32,822

Total Num- Total
salary
salary ber
$10,000
4,441
4,289
3,640
2,909
2,634
2,909
2,000

Total obligations .

$10,000
4,441
4,289
3,640
2,909
2,634
2,909
2,000

32,822

Administrative assistant
Legislative clerk
Assistant legislative clerk
Clerk
Additional clerk
Assistant clerk
Stenographer
Official expenses of majority leader-

32,822

For office of the minority floor leader, $24,260. (Legislative
Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $24,260
Estimate 1949, $24,260
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings..
Total obligations.

$24,260
-2

$24,260
-2

24,258

24,258

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Actual, 1947

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES—Continued
SALARIES, OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES—Continued

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

SPECIAL AND MINORITY EMPLOYEES—continued

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings .
Total obligation
_
_._

Actual, 1947

Num- Total Number
salary ber

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Administrative assistant
Clerk
Legislative, clerk
Assistant clerk
Janitor

Total Num- Total
salary
salary ber

1
1
1
1
1

_

$10,000
4,537
4,372
3,047
2,302

1
1
1
1
1

$10,000
4,537
4,372
3,047
2,302

5

.

Total obligations

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

24,258

5

$5,120
-3
5,117

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Number

Total Numsalary ber

$5,120
-3
5,117

Total Num- Total
salary
salary ber

24,258

1

Technical assistant.

$5,117

1

$5,117

OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER

For Office of the Postmaster, $135,480. (Legislative Branch
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $135,480
For two messengers, one in the majority caucus room and one Appropriated 1948, $135,480
in the minority caucus room, to be appointed by the majority and
minority whips, respectively, $5,105. (Legislative Branch ApproActual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
priation Act, 1948.)
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION
Appropriated 1948, $5,105
Estimate 1949, $5,105
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

$135,480
-2

$135, 480

135,478

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savingsTotal obligations.

135,478

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Messenger

-

Total Numsalary ber
2

_

$5,105
-3

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

5,102
Number

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Number

$5,105
-3

A ppropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings. _.
Total obligations

5,102

Total Numsalary ber

Postmaster
Assistant postmaster
_.
Registry and money-order clerk
Substitute messenger, extra services
(lump sum)
Messenger
Laborer
_
_

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary
$5,102

2

$5,102

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary

1
1
2

1
1
2

$7,500
4,399
6,646

40
1

1,940
113,061
1,932

40
1

1,940
113,061
1,932

45

Total obligations.

$7,500
4,399
6,646

135,478

45

135,478

For two printing clerks, one for the majority caucus room and
OFFICIAL REPORTERS OF DEBATES
one for the minority caucus room, to be appointed by the majority
and minority leaders, respectively, $5,820. (Legislative Branch
For official reporters of debates, $100,865. (Legislative Branch
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $5,820
Estimate 1949, $5,820 Appropriated 1948, $100,865
Estimate 1949, $100,865
Actual ,1947

$5,820
-1

$5,820
-1

.-

5,819

5,819

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Number

Total Numsalary ber
2

Printing clerk

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary
$5,819

2

$5,819

For two clerks, one for the majority whip and one for the
minority whip, to be appointed by said whips, respectively, $8,580.
(Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $8,580
Estimate 1949, $8,580
Actual ,1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
_
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...

$8,580
-2

Clerk....,

Number

Total Numsalary ber
2

8,578

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary
$8,578

2

$100,865
-4

$100,865
-4

_.

100,861

100,861

Total obligations

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Number

Total Numsalary ber

Total Num
salary ber

Total
salary

7
1
1
6

Total obligations -

$70,000
6,358
4,564
19,939

7
1
1
6

$70,000
6,358
4,564
19,939

15

Official reporter
Clerk
Assistant clerk
Expert transcriber..

100,861

15

100,861

OFFICIAL REPORTERS TO COMMITTEES

For official reporters to committees, $84,725. (Legislative
Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $84,725
Estimate 1949, $84,725
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate - .
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...

$84, 725
-1
84, 724

Total obligations-

$84, 725
-1
84, 724

Total Numsalary ber

Total
salary

$8,578

For a technical assistant in the office of the attending physician,
to be appointed by the attending physician, subject to the approval
of the Speaker, $5,120. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act,
1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $5,120
Estimate 1949, $5,120




Appropriation or estimate
._
Unobligated balance, estimated savings,._

$8,580
-2

8,578

Total obligations

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated s a v i n g s Total obligations

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Reporter to committees
Clerk . . .
Expert transcriber
Total obligations

Number

Total Numsalary ber
6
1
6

$60,000
4 785
19, 939

6
1
6

$60,000
4 7£5
19,939

13

84,724

13

84,724

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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE

For salaries and expenses, studies and examinations of executive
agencies, by the Committee on Appropriations, to be expended in
accordance with section 202 (b) of the Legislative Reorganization
Act, 1946, $150,000. {Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $150,000
Estimate 1949, $150;000
Total, salaries, officers and employees, House of Representatives:
Estimate 1949, $3,312,585
Appropriated 1948, $3,303,530

CLERK H I R E , MEMBERS AND DELEGATES

Clerk Hire, Members and Delegates, House of Representatives—
For clerk hire necessarily employed by each Member and Delegate, and the Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico, in the
discharge of his official and representative duties, $5,919,000, as
authorized by law, including increased and additional compensation
provided by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1945", as amended
by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1946". (Legislative Branch
Appropriation Act, 194-8.)
Appropriated 1948, $5,915,000
Estimate 1949, $5,919,000
CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE HOUSE

Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Furniture, Repairs,
and Packing Boxes—
Furniture: For furniture and materials for repairs of the same,
including labor, tools, and machinery for furniture repair shops, and
for the purchase of packing boxes, $125,000. (Legislative Branch
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $100,000
Estimate 1949, $125,000
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Miscellaneous
Items—
Miscellaneous items: For miscellaneous items, exclusive of
salaries unless specifically ordered by the House of Representatives,
including the sum of $27,500 for payment to the Architect of the
Capitol in accordance with section 208 of the Act approved October
9, 1940 (Public Law 812); the sum of $1,200 for the exchange,
operation, maintenance, and repair of the Clerk's motor vehicles;
the sum of $500 for the exchange, operation, maintenance, and
repair of the folding room motor truck; the sum of $2,200 for the
purchase, exchange, maintenance, operation, and repair of the postoffice motor vehicles for carrying the mails; the sum of $600 for
hire of automobile for the Sergeant at Arms, and materials for
folding; in all, $165,000: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be used to pay the salaries of three additional laborers
authorized in section 2 of the House Resolution Numbered 385,
adopted December 17, 1943. (Legislative Branch Appropriation
Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $165,000
Estimate 1949, $165,000
Actual, 1947

House restaurant
Clerk's motor vehicle
Folding room motor truck
Post office motor trucks
Hire of automobile for sergeant at arms.
Miscellaneous items.
Total obligations

$165,000

Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Telegraph and
Telephone Service—
Telegraph and telephone: For telegraph and telephone service,
exclusive of personal services, $450,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $400,000
Estimate 1949, $450,000
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Stationery,
Revolving Fund—
Stationery (revolving fund): For a stationery allowance of
$500 for each Representative, Delegate, and the Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico, for the first session of the Eightyfirst Congress, and for stationery for the use of the committees,
departments, and officers of the House (not to exceed $8,000),
$227,000, to remain available until expended. (Legislative^ Branch
Appropriation Act, 1948; The Supplemental Appropriation Act,
1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $229,350
Estimate 1949, $227,000
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Attending Physician—
Attending physician's office: For medical supplies, equipment,
and contingent expenses of the emergency room and for the attending physician and his assistants, including an allowance of $1,500 to
be paid to the attending physician in equal monthly installments as
authorized by the Act approved June 27, 1940 (54 Stat. 629), and
including an allowance of not to exceed $30 per month each to four
assistants as provided by the House resolutions adopted July 1, 1930,
January 20, 1932, and November 18, 1940, $6,985. (Legislative
Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $6,985
Estimate 1949, $6,985
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Appropriation or estimate

_

$6,985

$6,985

$1,500

$1, 500

1,440
4,045

1,440
4,045

6,985

6,985

OBLIGATIONS BY ACTIVITIES

$27,500
1,200
500
2,200
600
133,000

$27,500
1,200
500
2,200
600
133,000

165,000

165,000

Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Stenographic
Reports of Committee Hearings—
Reporting hearings: For stenographic reports of hearings of
committees other than special and select committees, $75,000.
(Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $65,000
Estimate 1949, $75,000




Salaries and Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives,
Office of the Coordinator of Information—
Office of the Coordinator of Information: For salaries and
other expenses of the Office of the Coordinator of Information,
$65,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $60,000
Estimate 1949, $65,000

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

$165,000

OBLIGATIONS BY ACTIVITIES

1
2.
3
4.
5.
6.

Salaries and Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives,
Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation—
Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation: For the payment of the salaries and other expenses of the Joint Committee on
Internal Revenue Taxation, $155,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $185,000
Estimate 1949, $155,000

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate

Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Expenses of
Special and Select CommitteesSpecial and select committees: For salaries and expenses of
special and select committees authorized by the House, $600,000.
(Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948; Second Supplemental
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $900,000
Estimate 1949, $600,000

Attending physician (allowance)
Assistants to attending physician (allowance; _
Medical supplies, etc
_
_
Total obligations

Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Postage Stamps—
Postage stamps: Postmaster, $200; Clerk, $400; Sergeant at
Arms, $250; Doorkeeper, $100; and to enable the Clerk of the House
to procure and furnish each Representative, Delegate, and the
Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico, United States air-mail
and special-delivery postage stamps as authorized by law, $32,850;
in all, $33,800. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $33,800
Appropriated 1948y $33,800

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949

Power Plant, $8,600. Such sum shall only be expended for payment for salaries and other expenses of personnel detailed from the
CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE HOUSE—Continued
Metropolitan Police of the District of Columbia, and the Commissioners of
Columbia are
to
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Folding Docu- make suchthe District of the request ofauthorized and directed so
details upon
the Board. Personnel
ments—
detailed shall, during the period of such detail, serve under the direcFolding documents: For folding speeches and pamphlets, at a tion and instructions of the Board and is authorized to exercise the
rate not exceeding $1 per thousand or for the employment of per- same authority as members of such Metropolitan Police and memsonnel at a rate not to exceed $5.20 per day per person, $75,000. bers of the Capitol Police and to perform such other duties as may
(Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
be assigned by the Board. Reimbursement for salaries and other
Appropriated 1948, $60,000
Estimate 1949, $75,000 expenses of such detail personnel shall be made to the government
of the District of Columbia, and any sums so reimbursed shall be
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Revision of credited to the appropriation or appropriations from which such
salaries and expenses are payable and be available for all the purLaws—
Revision of laws: For preparation and editing of the laws as poses thereof: Provided, That any person detailed under the auauthorized by the Act approved May 29, 1928 (1 U. S. C. 59), thority of this paragraph or under similar authority in the Legis$10,000, to be expended under the direction of the Committee on lative Branch Appropriation Act, 1942, and the Second Deficiency
Appropriation Act, 1940, from the Metropolitan Police of the
the Judiciary. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
District of Columbia shall be deemed a member of such MetroAppropriated 1948, $10,000
Estimate 1949, $10,000 politan Police during the period or periods of any such detail for all
allowances, privileges, and benefits
Contingent Expenses, House of Representatives, Automobile and purposes of rank, pay, such detail had not been made, and to the
same extent as though
at the
Maintenance, for the Speaker—
termination thereof any such person who was a member of such
Speaker's automobile: For exchange, driving, maintenancei police on July 1, 1940, shall have a status with respect to rank, pay,
repair, and operation of an automobile for the Speaker, $5,200. allowances, privileges, and benefits which is not less than the status
(Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
of such person in such police at the end of such detail. (Legislative
Appropriated 1948, $9,200
Estimate 1949, $5,200 Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Payment to Sons and Daughters of Hon. Joseph Jefferson Mans- Appropriated 1948, $8,600
Estimate 1949, $8,600
fieldThe foregoing amounts under "Capitol Police" shall be disAppropriated 1948, $12,500
bursed by the Clerk of the House. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Payment to Widow of Hon. Charles L. Gifford—
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES—Continued

Appropriated 1948, $12,500
Payment to Widow of Hon. Raymond S, Springer—
Appropriated 1948, $12,500
Payment to John C. Gall for Services, House of Representatives—
Appropriated 1948, $7,500
Salaries or wages paid out of the foregoing items under " Contingent expenses of the House" shall be computed at basic rates as
authorized by law, plus increased and additional compensation as
provided by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1945", as amended
by the "Federal Employees Pay Act of 1946".
No part of the appropriation contained in this title for the
contingent expenses of the House of Representatives shall be used
to defray the expenses of any committee consisting of more than
six persons (not more than four from the House and not more than
two from the Senate), nor to defray the expenses of any other
person except the Sergeant at Arms of the House or a representative of his office, and except the widow or minor children, or both,
of the deceased, to attend the funeral rites and burial of any person
who at the time of his or her death is a Representative, a Delegate
from a Territory, or a Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico.
(Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Total, contingent expenses, House of Representatives,
general accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $2,269,335
Estimate 1949, $1,992,985
Total, House of Representatives, annual appropriations,
general accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $18,491,244.22
Estimate 1949, $17,973,070

OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL
Salaries and Expenses, Legislative Counsel, Senate—
Salaries and Expenses, Legislative Counsel, House of Representatives—
For salaries and expenses of maintenance of the Office of the
Legislative Counsel, as authorized by law, including increased and
additional compensation as provided by the "Federal Employees
Pay Act of 1945", as amended by the "Federal Employees Pay Act
of 1946", $160,000, of which $80,000 shall be disbursed by the
Secretary of the Senate and $80,000 by the Clerk of the House of
Representatives. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $160,000
Estimate 1949, $160,000
EDUCATION OF SENATE AND HOUSE PAGES
Education of Senate, House, and Supreme Court Pages, and
Congressional Minor Employees—
For reimbursement to the District of Columbia for education of
congressional pages and pages of the Supreme Court, pursuant to
the provisions of section 243 of the Act of Congress entitled "An
Act to provide for increased efficiency in the Legislative Branch of
the Government", approved August 2, 1946, $29,300, which amount
shall be credited to the appropriation for "General supervision and
instruction, public schools, District of Columbia, 1949", and the
Board of Education of the District of Columbia is hereby authorized
to employ such personnel for the education of pages as may be
required and to pay compensation for such services in accordance
with such rates of compensation as the Board of Education may
prescribe. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Actt 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $29,300
Appropriated 1948, $21,300

STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS
CAPITOL POLICE
Uniforms and Equipment, Capitol Police, House of Representa- Statement of Appropriations—•
tives—
For the preparation, under the direction of the Committees on
General expenses: For purchasing and supplying uniforms, Appropriations of the Senate and House of Representatives of the
purchase, exchange, maintenance, and repair of motor-propelled statements for the second session of the Eightieth Congress, showpassenger-carrying vehicles, contingent expenses, including $25 per ing appropriations made, indefinite appropriations, and contracts
month for extra services performed by a member of such force for authorized, together with a chronological history of the regular apthe Capitol Police Board, $18,000. (Legislative Branch Appropria- propriation bills as required by law, $4,000, to be paid to the persons designated by the chairmen of such committees to do the
tion Act, 1948; Second Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $17,900
Estimate 1949, $18,000 work. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $4,000
Estimate 1949, $4,000
Salaries and Expenses of Detailed Police, Capitol Police Board,
House of Representatives—
Total, legislative miscellaneous, annual appropriations,
Capitol Police Board: To enable the Capitol Police Board to
general accounts:
provide additional protection for the Capitol Buildings and Grounds,
Estimate 1949, $219,900
including the Senate and House Office^Buildings and the Capitol Appropriated 1948, $211,800




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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Actual, 1947

ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL
OFFICE OF THE AECHITECT OF THE CAPITOL

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

04 Penalty mail

$400
$350
Salaries, Office of Architect of the CapitolSalaries: For the Architect of the Capitol, Assistant Architect
of the Capitol (whose compensation shall be at the rate of $7,000
CAPITOL BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
per annum), Chief Architectural and Engineering Assistant, and
other personal services at rates of pay provided by law; and the Capitol Building and Repairs—
Assistant Architect of the Capitol shall act as Architect of the
Capitol Buildings: For necessary expenditures for the Capitol
Capitol during the absence or disability of that official or whenever Building and electrical substations of the Senate and House Office
there is no Architect, and, in case of the absence or disability of the Buildings, under the jurisdiction of the Architect of the Capitol,
Assistant Architect, the Chief Architectural and Engineering As- including minor improvements, maintenance, repair, equipment,
sistant shall so act; [$105,0001 $106,800. (40 U. S. C. 161, 162; supplies, material, fuel, oil, waste, and appurtenances; furnishings
31 U. S. C. 689; 60 Stat. 185; Legislative Branch Appropriation and office equipment; special clothing for workmen; waterproof
Act, 1948.)
wearing apparel; personal and other services; cleaning and repairing
works of art; purchase or exchange, maintenance
Appropriated 1948, $105,000
Estimate 1949, $106,300 motor-propelled passenger-carrying office vehicle; and driving of
not exceeding
$300 for the purchase of technical and necessary reference books,
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
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
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION
related to work under the Architect of the Capitol; [$463,700]
Appropriation or estimate
$102, 016
$106,300
$105,000,.
$577,200. (40 U. S. C. 162, 163, 163a; Legislative Branch Appropri-6,204
Unobligated balance, estimated savings. _.
ation Act, 1948.)
Total obligations
_
105,000
95,812
106,300
Appropriated 1948, $463,700
Estimate 1949, $577,200
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Actual, 1947
$95,812

01 Personal services

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

$106,300

$105,000

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Architect
Grade 7. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Chief architectural and engineering
assistant
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Engineer, superintendent of construction
__
Elevator engineer
_
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Associate engineer, civil
Associate engineer
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
Statutory:
Assistant architect
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 12. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Administrative officer
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Accountant and auditor
_.
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773._
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Grade 1. Range $1,756 to $2,168..-.
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 10. Range $3,648 to $4,400
Total permanent
Deduct lapses
Net permanent (average number,
net salary)
•
_
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base,
5 U. S. C. 944
Overtime pay, additional compensation,
and holiday pay
01

Personal services..

Number
1

Total Numsalary ber
$10,000

1

Total Number

$10,000

Total
salary

1

$10,000

8,180

8,352

8,479

5,905
5,703

5,905
5,905
4,902
4,

4,902
4,806
4,010

8,778

8,778

8,778

6,384

6,623

6,724

4,902
7,040
6,630
10, 077
2,168

4,902
10, 567
6,763
10,237
2,168

4,902
10,693
6,794
10,384
2,168

3,648

3,728

3,856

20
92,636
1.8 4, 905

21
97,415
0. 5 1,615

21
0.3
20.7 97,500

18.2 87,731

20.5 95,800

400

800

400

7,681

8,400

8,400

95,812

105, 000

106,300

Appropriations under the control of the Architect of the
Capitol shall be available for expenses of travel on official business
not to exceed in the aggregate under all funds the sum of $1,500.
(Legislative Branch Appropriation Acty 1948.)
Penalty Mail Costs, Architect of the Capitol—
Cost of handling penalty mail, Architect of the Capitol: 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 364), $350] {39 U. S. C.
$400. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $400
Appropriated 1948, $350
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate —
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
TTbtai'obligatioiis"




$300
--67
"233" — ~ —

$350

$400

350™

$00

$475,038
_

_.

Total available for obligation
Balance available in subsequent year:
Appropriated funds
_
C ontract authorization
.-.
Unobligated balance, estimated s a v i n g s -

5,905
5,905

4,902
4,550
3,769

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance available:
Appropriated funds
Contract authorization_

Total obligations

$463,700

449,663
861,000

438,114
861,000

1,785,701

1,762,814

$577,200

577,200

-438,114
-861,000
-2,641

-19,036

483,946

1,743,778

577,200

$376,931
113
11
30

$393,078
100
25
20

$403,778
100
25
20

20,167

12,500

2,162
3,240

2,250
4,800

17,500
49, 000
2,250
4,800

17,197
15
4,774

17,740
50
9,212

9,212

2,759
8,081

3,000

3,000
15,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
02
03
04
07

Personal services
Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Other contractual services:
Painting, annualPainting dome and central portion.
Elevator repairs, annual
Substation equipment and repairs..
Increase output capacity, substation, Senate Office Building
General annual repairs and alterations
._
Advertising
Maintenance and repair, lighting
systems, grounds..Maintenance air conditioning system
Plumbing renewals
Replacement, 3 revolving doors,
law library and House Document
Room and west entrances
Installation metal doors, west entrance, basement
" aterproofing, west terraces
W
Repairs, works of art
Acoustical tile, Senate Dining
Room, Capital Building
Structural changes and improvements, House Restaurant, Capitol Building
Alterations, barbershop, Senate
wing, Capitol Building
Alterations and improvements,
Senate Appropriations Committee Room
Reconstruction of roofs and skylights over Senate and House
wings, and remodeling House and
Senate Chambers, Capitol Building
08 Supplies and materials.
09 Equipment
Total obligations

5,628
17,740
.50

12,000
39

2,500

6,300
18,000

2,810
13,212
3,185
3,158

1,549
18,864
5,649

1,274,450
18,025
400

18,025
400

483,946

1,743,778

577,200

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Departmental:
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
salary ber salary
ber
salary ber
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
:••• - Purchasing and accounting officer...
1
$4,425
1
$4,686
1
$4,560
Grade 8. Range $3,773 to $4,526.......
1
4,019
1
4,275
1
4,150
_...Qiade-fi_.Rangs $3*021 toj.3,773
L 1
-3f3fi7.
-.1
3^23
1
3,397Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
1
2,754
1
2,845
1
2,821
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
1
2,395
1
2,267
1
2,196

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Actual, 1947

ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL—Continued
CAPITOL BUILDINGS AND GBOTJNDS—Continued

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Total Numsalary ber

Total Numsalary ber

$5,905

$5,905

1

1

Total
salary
$5,905

4,869
4,516
4,305
3,397
2,645

4,902
4,634
4,430
3,496
2,750

3,146
2,785
2,542

3,272

3,397

11,947
25,664
20,852
87,228
2,466
19,664
22,344
14,617

12,072
26,234
21,487
89,678
2,544
22,212
22,334
15,245

4,738
4,381
4,150

7
33
1
10
11

3
8
7
33
1
10
11

12,072
27,018
22,236
91,879
2,620
22, 755
22,874
15, 705

25
42,250 26
1 1,487
1
25
25
21,125
144 322,701 145
1. 5 3, 221 1.5

306,187
12,731

142.5 319,480
9,598

143.5 327,778
12,000

2,700

1,400

57,300
4,000
393,078

58,600
4,000
403,778

43,940
1,487
21,125
330,821
3,043

50

32

6,050
5,000
1,900

4,068
1,390

1,584
3,000

2,454
15
6,179

50
6,500

50
6,500

5,955

Total obligations.

42,250
1,482
21,125
314,146
7,959

52,214
3,867
376,931

$153,2()b

Personal services
«
.
Travel—..
Transportation of things
Communication services
Other contractual services:
General annual repairs
Snow removal
Maintenance, signal lights..
Reconstruction of west driveway
entrance, New House Office
Building
,
Repairs to grotto
.
Tree surgery work.^....
Advertising
r
Supplies and materials...
Equipment:
Annual
Additional traffic signals and
changes in existing traffic installations

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

NumDepartmental—Continued
ber
Professional service:
Grade 4. Kange $4,902 to $5,905:
Electrical engineer
Grade 3. Range $4,160 to $4,902:
Assistant electrical engineer
Assistant supervising engineer
Associate engineer
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150..
Grade 1. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Subprofessional service:
Grade 7. Range $3,021 to $3,773
Grade 6, Range $2,645 to $3,397
Grade 5. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 9. Range $3,272 to $4,024
Grade 8. Range $2,896 to $3,648.
Grade 7. Range $2,695 to $3,272
7
Grade 6. Range $2,469 to $2,921
33
1
Grade 5. Range $2,244 to $2,695
9
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
11
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
Grade 2. Range $1,690 to $2,020
Unclassified:
Elevator operator
_ 25
1
Forewoman of charwomen
25
Charwomen
Total permanent, departmental
143
2.9
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
140.1
Temporary employment, d e p a r t m e n t a l Regular pay in excess of 52-week base,
5 U. S. C. 944..
—.
Overtime pay, additional compensation,
and holiday pay, departmental
Night-work differential, departmental
01
Personal services

$138,822
33
5
1

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Capitol Building and Repairs—Continued
Actual, 1947

Estimate4948 Estimate, i940

6,014

6,014
1,500
177, 500

166,842

180,400

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:*
Professional service:
Num- Total NumGrade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
ber
salary ber
Senior landscape architect and horticulturist.
1
$6,863
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
4,675
1
Landscape gardener
4,613
Engineer.
1
__
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
2,200
1
Subprofessional service:
1
1
2,645
Grade 6. Range $2,645 to $3,397
1
2,672
Grade 5. Range $2,394 to $2,845
1
Grade 2. Range $1,822 to $2,244
41, 030 20
20
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
1
1
Grade 5. Range $2,244 to $2,695
2,510
54, 015 27
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
.; 27
54
54 121,223
Total permanent, departmental
2. 9 6,851
1. 5
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
52. 5
51.1 114,372
Temporary employment, departmental..
7,289
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U.S.C.944
550
Overtime pay, additional compensation
16,280
and holiday pay, departmental
331
Night-work differential, departmental-...

Total Numsalary ber

Total
salary

$6,863

$6,863

4,807
4,746
2,282

1

4,902

1

4,857

1

2,360

2,572
55,829
124,682
4,050

1
1
20
1
27
54
0.5

2,770
• 2,817
43,327
2,652
57,446
127,994
1,000

120,632

53. 5 126,994

2,645
2,754
42,184

7,500
7,500
Repairs, Improvements and Equipment, Senate Restaurant, Capitol
Building—
554
1,100
[Senate restaurants: For repairs, improvements, furnishings,
17,752
17,752
and equipment for the Senate Restaurant, Capitol Building, includ400
400
ing personal and other services, $84,000, to be expended by the 01 Personal services
138,822
147,384
153,200
Architect of the Capitol under the supervision of the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration, without regard to section 3709
of the Revised Statutes, as amended.] (The Supplemental Appro- Maintenance, Legislative Garagepriation Act, 1948.)
Legislative garage: For maintenance, repairs, alterations, personal and other services, and all necessary incidental expenses,
Appropriated 1948, $84,000
[$24,300] $24,700. (40 U. S. C. 185a; 49 Stat. 470; Legislative
Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
Appropriated 1948, $24,300
Estimate 1949, $24,700
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate

$84,000

Actual, 1947

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

07 Other contractual services
09 Equipment
Total obligations

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

$20,000
64,000
84,000

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings—.
Total obligations




$171,482
-4,640
166,842

$23,797

$177,600

$180,400

177,600

180,400

$24,300

$24,700

23,644

24,300

24,700

$21,334
1,542
768

$22,020
1,500
780

$22,420
1,500
780

23,644

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated s a v i n g s Total obligations

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 (41U. S. C. 5) of
the Revised Statutes, [$177,500] $180,400. (40 U. S. C. 162;
45 Stat. 1694; 60 Stat. 718; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act
1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $177,500
Estimate 1949, $180,400
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

24,300

24,700

Total Numsalary ber

Total Num- Total
salary
salary ber

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials.

-

Total obligations
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 7. Range $2,695 to $3,272
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
Total permanent, departmental
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C. 944
Overtime pay, additional compensation
and holiday pay, departmental
Night-work differential, departmental
01

Personal services..

Number
1
1
5

$2,918
2,240
10,470

1
1
5

$3,021
2,319
10,690

1
1
5

$3,146
2.394
10,840

7

15,628

7

16,030

7

16,380

166

170

86

4,835
705

5,070
750

5,204
750

21,334

22,020

22,420

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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Subway Transportation, Capitol and Senate Office Buildings—
Subway transportation, Capitol and Senate Office Buildings:
For repairs^ rebuilding, and maintenance of the subway system connecting the Senate Office Building with the Senate" wing of the
United States Capitol and for personal and other services, including
maintenance of the cars, track, and electrical equipment connected
therewith, $2,000. (86 Stat. 1443; Legislative Branch Appropriation
Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $2,000

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings. _.
Total obligations.-.
._

$2,000
-352

$2,000

$2,000

1,648

2,000

2,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

.._
_

$1,015
446
187

$1,100
400
500
2,000

2,000

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' retiring
rooms at $1,500 each and one at $1,560, for the care and operation
of the Senate Office Building; to be expended under the control and
supervision of the Architect of the Capitol; in all, [$547,205]
$528,200. (40 U. S. C. 174c; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act,
1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $547,205
Estimate 1949, $523,200
Actual, 1947

724,300

658,215

652, 500

724,300

$595,190
25
10
10

$601,300
25
10
10

39, 765

87,765
7,000
15,000

6,413

2,500

2,500
10,690

658,215

Total obligations.

652,500

724,300

15,000

Capitol Power P l a n t 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, [$1,056,650]
$1,367,800. (40 U. S. C. 185; 42 Stat. 767; 46 Stat. 51, 588; 50
Stat. 10; 52 Stat. 892; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $1,367,300
Appropriated 1948, $1,056,650
Actual, 1947

$523,200

619,974
- 4 , 257

547,205

523,200

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

547,205

523,200

$435, 537
33
5
5

$437,305

$448,000

46,227
90,924
14,843

34,100
42,800
13,000

46,400

11,937
16, 206

20,000

14,800

615, 717

547,205

523,200

$1,118,478
22,500

Total available for obligation
Unobligated balance, estimated s a v i n g s Total obligations

$1,056,650

$1,367,300

1,140,978
-65,428

1,056,650

1,367,300

1,075,550

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance available

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

1,056,650

1,367,300

$340,527
37
48
45
7,978

$353,215
100
10
10
8,200

$363,050
100
10
10
8,200

81,395
66, 556
565,717
13,247

60,050
633,058
2,007

75,050
33,000
807, 880
80,000

1,075,550

1,056,650

1,367,300

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

14,000

Preliminary Plans and Estimates, Additional Senate Office
Building—
[Senate Office Building: To enable the Architect of the Capitol
to carry out the provisions of section 2 of the Act entitled "An Act
to authorize the preparation of preliminary plans and estimates of
cost for an additional office building for the use of the United States
Senate", approved July 11, 1947, $15,000.1 (The Supplemental
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $15,000
Obligations: 07 Other contractual services—1948, $15,000.

Maintenance, House Office Buildings—
House Office Buildings: For maintenance, including equipment,
waterproof wearing apparel, miscellaneous items, and for all necessary services, [$652,500] $724,800, and so long as the position is
held by the present incumbent the superintendent of the House
Office Buildings shall be paid $500 per annum in addition to compensation otherwise payable under law. (40 U. S. C. 175; 4? Stat.
892; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $652,500
Estimate 1949, $724,300




652,500

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

$547,205

615, 717

Total available for obligation _
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...

_

664,056
-5,841

43,961
18,902
17,216

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

$603,298
16, 676

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance available._

Total obligations

$724,300

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Personal services
Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Other contractual services:
Annual
Special nonrecurring
Supplies and materials
09 Equipment:
Annual
_
.-.
Special, nonrecurring

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Personal services.
Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Other contractual services:
Annual
_
Special nonrecurring. _
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment:
Annual
Special nonrecurring

$652,500

$571,638
37
40

Total available for obligation.
Unobligated balance, estimated savings..
Total obligations.

$1, 250
350
400

1,648

Total obligations

01
02
03
04
07

$648,056
16,000

Appropriation or estimate...
Prior year balance avaiJable.

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

Total obligations

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Estimate 1949, $2,000
Actual, 1947

07 Other contractual services..
08 Supplies and materials._
09 Equipment...

Actual, 1947

01
02
03
04
05
07

Personal services
Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Utility services
Other contractual services:
Annual
Special nonrecurring
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment (special nonrecurring)
Total obligations

.-

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. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act,
1948.)
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 the fiscal year
[1948] 1949, and the amounts so reimbursed shall be covered into
the Treasury. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Actt 1948.)
LIBRARY [ B U I L D I N G ] BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
MECHANICAL AND STRUCTURAL MAINTENANCE

Library Buildings and Grounds—
Salaries: For chief engineer and all personal services at rates of
pay provided by law, [$180,000] $181,900. (2 U. S. C. 141; 52
Stat. 392; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $180,000
Estimate 1949, $181,900

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Actual, 1947

ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL—Continued
LIBRARY [BUILDING] BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS—Continued

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

MECHANICAL AND STRUCTURAL MAINTENANCE—Continued

Library Buildings and Grounds—Continued
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
_
Unobligated balance, estimated s a v i n g s Total obligations

$175,183
-9,557

$180,000
-2,600

$181,900

165,626

177,400

181,900

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services

$165,626

$181,900

$177,400

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 9. Range $3,272 to $4,024
Grade 8. Range $2,896 to $3,648
Grade 7. Range $2,695 to $3,272
Grade 6. Range $2,469 to $2,921
Grade 5. Range $2,244 to $2,695
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
Total permanent, departmental
Deduct lapses
_
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C.944
Overtime pay, additional compensation,
holiday pay, departmental
Night-work differential, departmental

Number

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Total Numsalary ber

Total Num- Total
salary
salary ber

2

$4,707

2

$4,863

2

$5,013

3
5
11
15
2
16
1

10,818
15,876
31,551
39,411
4,932
35,024
1,822

3
5
11
15
2
16
1

11,195
16,515
32,310
40,440
5,088
36,782
1,954

3
5
11
15
2
16
1

11,571
17,083
33,373
41,497
5,240
37,881
2,020

55 144,141
1. 7 4,176

55 149,147
0. 5 1, 647

55 153,678
0. 5 1,000

53.3 139,965

54.5 147,500

54. 5 152,678

674

1,400

722

22,427
2,560

25, 500
3,000

177,400

$17
3
5,220

$5, 500

$14,000

2,991

3,300

4,000

2,936

3,000

4,000

10,000

10,000

2,321
14,498
10,246
19
100,000
71,600
28,700
12,500
5,000

24, 770
71
15,177

12, 500

12, 500
2,000
16, 900

4,250

25,500
3,000

165,626

02 Travel
04 Communication services
07 Other contractual services:
General annual repairs
Maintenance and repairs, air conditioning and refrigerating systems (both buildings)
Maintenance and repairs, elevators
(both buildings)
Elevator improvements:
Motion indicator panel, annex....
Selective-collective push button
control, bookstack elevators,
annex
Painting, annual (both buildings)..
Structural completion and equipping bookstacks, annex__
_..
Completing and equipping onehalf bookstack deck with special
map cases, annex
Steel shelving for structurally completed bookstacks, annex
Acoustical tile ceilings, both buildings
Bronze railings, main stairs, main
building
Pointing walls, fountain, etc.,
grounds, main building
New delivery entrance, annex
Advertising
___
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment:
New electric clock system, main
building
Wall exhibit cases, main building.__
Lighting fixtures, card division,
annex
_
Equipment, Wilson Room, main
building
Fire alarm system, main building
10 Lands and structures (annual; care
of grounds)
_

181,900

Total obligations.

12, 624
41, 719
404

1,000

133,016

57,050

1,000
264, 700

For furniture, including partitions, screens, shelving, and
electrical work pertaining thereto and repairs thereof, and the
purchase of office and library equipment, apparatus, and laborSalaries, Sunday opening: For extra services of employees and saving devices, [$20,000] $200,700, to be expended under the
additional employees under the Architect of the Capitol to provide direction of the Architect of the Capitol. (2 U. S. C. HI; Legislafor the opening of the Library Buildings on Sundays, at rates to be tive Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
fixed by such Architect, $14,700. (2 U. S. C. HI; Legislative Branch Appropriated 1948, $20,000
Estimate 1949, $200,700
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $14,700
Estimate 1949, $14,700
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

01

Personal services,

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations

$14, 700
-2,022

$14,700

$14,700

12,678

14,700

14,700

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services

$12,678

$14,700

$14,700

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

01

Personal services (per diem employees for 52 Sundays)

$12,678

Actual, 1947

$14,700

$14,700

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION




Total obligations

$187,100
-54,084

$57,050

$264,700

133,016

57,050

264,700

$65,340
-588

$20,000

$200, 700

64, 752

20,000

200, 700

$3,438

$4,000

$4,000

13,000
48,314

16,000

16, 000
180, 700

64, 752

20,000

200,700

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

07 Other contractual services
09 Equipment:
Annual office furniture, equipment
and office machines
Special
Total obligations.

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, £$57,050] $264,700. {2 U. S. C. HU Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $57,050
Estimate 1949, $264,700

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings
Total obligations

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate..
Unobligated balance, estimated savings. _.

Total, Library buildings and grounds:
Appropriated 1948, $271,750
Estimate 1949, $662,000
Total, Architect of the Capitol, annual appropriations, general accounts:
Estimate 1949, $4,167,800
Appropriated 1948, $3,399,955
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), [$135,000] $138,100; all under the
direction of the Joint Committee on the Library, (40 U. S. C.
216; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $135,000
Estimate 1949, $138,100

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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Actual, 1947

Estimate,1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations
...

$134,298
-3,144

$135,000

$138,100

131,154

135,000

138,100

$131,154

$135,000

$138,100

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Departmental:
Professional service:
ber salary ber salary ber salary
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
$4,554
$4,434
Assistant director
$4,304
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
3,397
1
1
3,267
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
3,397
2,620
1
1
2,620
2,620
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
2,394
1
1
2,394
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
2,394
Subprofessional service:
3,979
3,418
3,538
1
1
Grade 8. Range $3,397 to $4,150
2,960
2,702
2,833
1
1
Grade 6. Range $2,645 to $3,397
2,742
1
1
2,596
1
2,679
Grade 5. Range $2,394 to $2,845
22,231
9
9
22,043
21, 649
9
Grade 4. Range $2,168 to $2,620
15,610
7
14, 991
15,133
7
Grade 3. Range $1,954 to $2,394
7
8,799
4
4
8,820
8,517
Grade 2. Range $1,8*2 to $2,244
4
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
4
4
10,641
11,240
10, 947
4
Grade 6. Range $2,469 to $2,921
3
7,830
7,632
3
7,407
Grade 5. Range $2,244 to $2,695
3
13
26, 613
27, 795
24,890
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
.13
13
1
1,954
2,020
1
Grade 2. Range $1,690 to $2,020
1,885
1
114,220
48
112, 539
48
117,730
Total permanent, departmental
1,930
1,945
1
1,930
1
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, departmental (av110, 594
47 115.800
112,290
erage number, net salary)
47
47
3,000
Temporary employment, departmental—.
3,000
2,541
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
1,000
U. S. C. 944..
530
625
Overtime, additional compensation, and
17,210
holiday pay, departmental
15,896
17,270
1,500
1,498
1,500
Night-work differential, departmental
131,154
135,000
138,100
01
Personal services

No part of the appropriations contained in this Act for the
Botanic Garden shall be used for the distribution, by congressional
allotment, of trees, plants, shrubs, or other nursery stock. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Total, Botanic Garden, annual appropriations, general
accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $155,000
Estimate 1949, $161,400
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
Salaries, Library Proper, Library of Congress—
Salaries, Library [,] proper: For the Librarian, the Librarian
Emeritus, Chief Assistant Librarian, and other personal services, including investigations of Library employees with regard to [loyalty]
loyalty, and including special and temporary services and extra
special services of regular employees (not exceeding $5,000) at rates
to be fixed by Librarian, [$2,350,000] $2,999,900, of which so
much as may be necessary may be transferred to other agencies of
the Government for the purpose of investigating the loyalty of
Library employees [: Provided, That hereafter the gross salary of
any position in the Library which is augmented by payment of an
honorarium from other than appropriated funds shall not exceed
such rate as, combined with such honorarium, will not exceed
$10,000], and for health service program as authorized by law (5
U. S. C. ISO). (2 U. S. C. 136,136a, 140; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $2,999,900
Appropriated 1948, $2,350,000
Actual, 1947
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Available in prior year
.
Transferred from "Printing and binding,
catalogue cards, Library of Congress"..

$2,345,900
-29,369

Maintenance, Botanic Garden—
36,100
Maintenance, operation, repairs, and improvements: For all
Total available for obligation
2,352,631
necessary expenses incident to maintaining, operating, repairing, Unobligated balance, estimated savings..
-820
and improving the Botanic Garden, and the nurseries, buildings,
Total obligations
2, 351,811
grounds, and equipment pertaining thereto, including procuring
fertilizers, soils, tools, trees, shrubs, plants, and seeds; materials
and miscellaneous supplies, including rubber boots and aprons,
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS
when required for use by employees in connection with their work;
01 Personal services
_
$2, 351,811
not to exceed $25 for emergency medical supplies; disposition of 07 Other contractual services
waste; traveling expenses of the Director and his assistants, not to
exceed $250; streetcar fares, not exceeding $25; not to exceed $45
Total obligations
_-.
2,351,811
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
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES
(Public Law 364J (39 U. S. C. 8%Id); office equipment and contingent expenses; the prevention and eradication of insect and other Departmental:
Num- Total
Professional service:
ber salary
pests and plant diseases by purchase of materials, and procurement
Grade 9. Range $10,000 and over:
of personal services by contract without regard to the provisions
Librarian
1
$10,000
of any other Act; repair, maintenance, operation, purchase, and
Grade 8. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
1
9,975
Chief assistant librarian ._ __
exchange of motortrucks, and purchase or exchange, maintenance,
3
30,000
Director of department
- ___
repair, and operation of a passenger motor vehicle; purchase of
Grade 7. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
1
8.180
Law librarian
botanical books, periodicals, and books of reference, not to exceed
Assistant director of department
2
16,659
$100; repairs and improvements to Director's residence; and all
Chief of division
6
50,575
other necessary expenses; all under the direction of the Joint ComGrade 6. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Keeper of the collections
mittee on the Library, [$20,0003 $28,800. (40 U. S. C. 216;
3
21,786
Assistant director of department
Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
6
43,570
Chief of division._
2
14,204
Assistant chief of division
Appropriated 1948, $20,000
Estimate 1949, $23,300
1
7,102
Assistant law librarian
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings. _.
Total obligations
_

$20,000
-239

$20,000

$23,300

19, 761

20,000

23,300

$11
70
29
127

$150
50
55
45
200

$150
50
55
45
200

4,047
45
6,156
9,276

3,500
100
6,425
9,375
100

3,500
100
7,725
11,375
100

19, 761

20,000

23,300

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

02 Travel

03
04
05
07

.

Transportation of things
Communication services
Penalty mail
Rents and utility services
Other contractural services:
Repairs and alterations
Laundry
.. _
_
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment (includes plant materials) _
10 Lands and structures
Total obligations




Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Selection officer
Editor
_
S cience s pecialists
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Chief of division
Research assistant _ _. _.
Assistant chief of division
Chief of section
Librarian. _
Reference assistant
_
Technical assistant
__
Principal cataloger
Chief bibliographer
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Chief recording engineer _
Librarian
Chief of division
Assistant chief of division
Head of section
Editor
Cataloger
Assistant selection officer
Evaluation officer
Fellow
_
Bibliographer
Consultant.-__
_.__

$2,350,000

$2,999,900

2,350,000

2,999,900

2,350,000

2,999,900

$2, 340, 000
10,000

$2, 992, 525
7,375

2,350,000

2, 999, 900

Number

Total
salary

1

$10,000

1

$10,000

1
3

10,000
29,975

1
2

10,000
20,000

1
2
6

8,180
16,659
46,867

1
2
7

8,180
17,257
60,848

1
4
3
1
1
1

7,342
29,846
22,504
7,342
7,102
7,342

5
3
1
1
1
2
4

38,752
23,295
7,765
7,341
7,599
14,683
28,408

16
1
4
3
1
1
1
2
1

101,725
5,905
25,055
17,715
6,384
6,568
6,329
12,528
5,905

16

97,833

12

73,258

1

5,905

1
2

5,905
11,810

3
1
1
1
1
2

17,955
6,384
6,145
6,145
6,145
12,289

1
35

__ _

Num- Total
ber salary

4,902
180,350

1

4,902

1

4,902

2
5
10
3
9
1
1
1
1
1

10,808
26,015
52,032
16,212
46,879
5,153
4,902
4,902
5,153
4,902

2
8
11
4
9
1
1
1
1
1

11,106
42,051
59,426
21,954
48,529
5,404
5,153
5,404
5,520
5,385

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Actual, 1947

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS—Continued
Salaries, Library Proper, Library of Congress—Continued
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

$589,675

$591,925

$711,400
2,500

589,675

01 Personal services.
02 Travel
Total obligations.

591,925

713,900

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Departmental—Continued
Num- Total Num- Total
Professional service—Continued
ber
salary ber
salary
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905—Con.
$4,902
1
Reference assistant
1
5,153
Regional specialist
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
4
61 $263,724
17,101
Assistant librarian
23 101,210
Head of section
.__
2
Assistant chief of division
_._
8,800
31 136,541
Cataloger___
4,526
Administrative assistant
1
9,302
Bibliographer
2
Language specialist
__.
4,150
1
Abstractor
_
Indexer
__
Regional specialist
_
Editor
108 389,833 102 373, 213
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
Grade 1. Range $2,645 to $3,397.
_ 88 249,037
85 239,863
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 14. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
8,180
8,180
Director of administrative services..
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
7,102
7,102
Director of personnel_
7,342
Assistant director of department
Grade 12. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
1
6,145
Assistant director.
5,905
1
Exhibits officer
5,905
5,905
Executive assistant
Special assistant
Grade 11. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
4,902
Assistant director of personnel
1
5,153
4,902
1
4,902
Employee relations officer
5,404
1
4,902
Recruitment officer
4,902
Classification officer
Grade 10. Range $4,526 to $5,278:
5,153
Accounting officer
_.
5,027
1
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
16,975
Senior administrative assistant
8
34,325
4,275
Information and publications officer.
4,526
Disbursing officer. _
4,150
Secretary of library
Classifier
Recruitment assistant
_.
28,931
32,078
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
9
25, 796
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
22,650
7
75,676
59,302
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
21
76,619
74,074
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
30
104,116
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
54 121,423
44,617
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
47,354
23
Grade 1. Range $1,756 to $2,168
2
3,710
Subprofessional service:
1
3,648
3,523
1
Grade 8. Range $3,397 to $4,150
3
9,940
9,565
3
Grade 7. Range $3,021 to $3,773._
39 110,549
Grade 6. Range $2,645 to $3,397.______ 38 108, 773
61 149,802
Grade 5. Range $2,394 to $2,845.
67 165,811
97,750
43
43 100,072
Grade 4. Range $2,168 to $2,620.
Grade 3. Range $1,954 to $2,394
__ 71 145,735
62 127,087
23,540
23,342
12
Grade 2. Range $1,822 to $2,244
12
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
20,423
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
18,020
9
24
39,081
45,828
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
20
Total permanent, departmental
768
743
2,481,929
2, 447,621
Deduct lapses
_ 44.5
58.6
192,885
198,319

Num- Total
salary
ber
1
1

$5,316
5,404

24
2
30
1
6
1
3
1
1
1
120
112

26,398
110,121
9,156
137,922
4,699
26,090
4,357
12,450
4,150
4,150
4,150
453,488
325, 295

1

8,479

1
1

7,442
7,599
6,156

5,201
5,907
5,269
5,278
4
1
1
1
1
1
12
9
26
38
71
30
2

17,547
4,492
4,719
4,314
4,150
4,150
44,569
30,343
77,047
96,455
164,048
62,778
3,512

1
3
45
81
60
74
13

3,850
10,613
133,462
206,437
139,906
157,159
26,807

7
25

16,984
50,183

926
3, 111, 466
0.2
188,339

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:
Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Professional service:
salary
ber
salary ber
salary ber
Grade 8. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Register of copyrights
1
$9,975
1
$9,975
1 $10,000
Associate register of copyrights
1
10,000
1
9,975
1
9,975
Grade 6. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Senior attorney
7,102
1
7,332
1
7,102
Chief of division
_
7,102
2
14,664
2
14,204
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Attorney
_
5,905
1
5,905
1
6,318
Chief of section
17,715
18,728
3
3
17,715
Assistant chief of division
6,504
5,905
1
6,145
1
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Chief of division
_
4,902
1
1
5,065
4,902
Assistant chief of division
1
4,902
1
4,902
Chief of section
1
5,249
1
14,706
Assistant chief of section
3
15, 767
14, 706
3
9,804
Chief of unit
2
10,518
14,706
2
4,902
Editor
_
1
5,269
4,902
1
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Assistant chief of division
1
1
4,150
4,150
4,150
Assistant chief of section
1
1
4,150
4,314
Chief of unit
_.
1
1
4,150
1
4,150
4,333
Assistant editor
1
1
4,150
4,150
1
4,150
Reviser
_
12
50,050
12
52,193
12
49,800
Examiner
7
29,050
7
29, 763
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
39 139,129
36 124,430
35 119, 645
57,045
70,438
Grade 1. Range $2,645 to $3,397
25
21
53,900
20
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Assistant register of copyrights
7,102
7,452
1
7,102
Grade 10. Range $4,526 to $5,278:
Public information officer
1
4,526
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Chief of division
4,150
4,386
Grade 8. Range $3,773 to $4,526
4,024
1
14,842
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
2
4
2
7,879
7,547
9,941
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773.
4
3
4
14,099
13,588
71, 761
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
23
25
74,904
66,350
25
67,495
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
16
17
44,266
40,408
27
77,254
42
47 109,387
94,072
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
34
26,026
8
18,902
16,350
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
13
Grade 1. Range $1,756 to $2,168
3
5,812
Subprofessional service:
Grade 6. Range $2,645 to $3,397
1
1
2,837
2,770
Grade 5. Range $2,394 to $2,845
1
2,544
3
7,448
3
7,182
Grade 4. Range $2,168 to $2,6201
2,244
8
6,849
2
4,487
Grade 3. Range $1,954 to $2,394
2
3,908
2
4,212
2
4,047
Grade 2. Range $1,822 to $2,244._
2
3,644
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 2. Range $1,690 to $2,020
1,845
1
1,690
1,756
Total permanent.
Deduct lapses

205
13

Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary) __
192
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base,
5 U . S. C.944__.
___
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental.
01

Personal services

636,601
56,429

205 662,123
24.1 77,838

222 733,252
8.4 24,651

580,172

180.9 584,285

213.6 708,601

7,640

2,799

591,925

711,400

9,503
589,675

LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE SERVICE

Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)

723.5
2,283,610
7,022
Salary, Librarian of Congress emeritus-...
4,736
Temporary employment, departmental-.
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C. 944
51,066
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental.
Night-work differential, departmental.--.
5,377

.4
2,254, 736
7,022
5,000

865.8
2,923,127
7,022
5,000

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,
28,242
11,876
indexes, digests, compilations, and bulletins, and otherwise, data for
40,000
40,000
or bearing upon legislation, and to render such data serviceable to
5,000
5,500
Congress, and committees and Members thereof, and for printing
01
Personal services
2,340,000
2,992,525
2,351,811
and binding the digests of public general bills, miscellaneous printing, supplies and materials, and including not to exceed $20,000 for
employees engaged on piecework and work by the day or hour at
COPYBIGHT OFFICE
rates to be fixed by the Librarian, [$450,0003 $650,000: Provided,
That not more than $25,000 of this sum shall be used for preparation
Salaries, Copyright Office, Library of Congress—
reproduction of copies of the Digest of General Public
Salaries: For the Register of Copyrights, assistant register; and andU. S. C. 186, 141, 150, 166; Legislative Branch Appropriation Bills.
(2
Act,
other personal services, [$591,925] $718,900, including not to exceed 1948.)
$2,500 for traveling expenses. {2 U. S. C. 136, HO, 141, 150; 17
Appropriated 1948, $450,000
Estimate 1949, $650,000
U. S. C. 202; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $591,925
Estimate 1949, $713,900
Actual, 1947

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

F U N D S AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated s a v i n g s Total obligations




$591,925
-2,250

$591,925

$713,900

589,675

591,925

713,900

Appropriation or estimate
Available in prior year- _ .
Unobligated balance, estimated savings. _.
Total obligations

$475,000
—1,876
-251

$450,000

$650,000

472,873

450,000

650,000

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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Actual, 1947

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Persona] services
06 Printing and binding.. _
08 Supplies and materials

_
__

Total obligations

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

$455,774
12,692
4,407

$433,650
12,100
4,250

$630, 500
12,500
7,000

472,873

450,000

01 Personal services
02 Travel
04 Communication services...

650,000

Total obligations

Total permanent, departmental
136 548,335
26.2 117,035
Deduct lapses.
_
_
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
109.8 431,300
Temporary employment, departmental.—
19,903
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C. 944
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental.
4,188
Night-work differential, departmental
Personal services.

$339,069
1,003
2,483
.

$346, 500
1,000
2,500

$396, 400
1,000
3,000

342,555

350,000

400,400

DETAIL OF PEBSONAL SERVICES

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:
Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Professional service:
salary
ber
salary ber
salary ber
Grade 8. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Director
1 $10,000
1 $10,000
1 $10,000
Assistant director
1
1
10,000
9,975
1
9,975
Senior specialist
12 119,725 14 139,700
15 149,950
Chief, Federal law division.,.
1
10,000
1
9,975
Grade 7. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
C hief, Federal law division
8,180
Senior specialist....
8,779
8,479
Grade 6. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
7,332
Assistant chief, Federal law division
7,102
7,102
7,323
Legal analyst-..
_
7,102
7,102
14, 682
Senior specialist
_
14,204
14,204
15, 511
Research counsel
14,204
15,162
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Senior librarian
5,905
6,089
Executive officer
5,905
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
47, 256
Analyst._
_
39,216
40,972
8
1
5,084
9,804
Indexer.
9,804
2
2
4,902
10,168
Digester
.
4,902
1
4,902
5,018
Editor
4,902 . 1
1
3
14,899
9,804
Legal analyst
2
5,315
1
5,152
1
Chief, information section.
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
4,902
1
Chief of reading room
1
4,150
4,902
4,318
1
1
Assistant chief, information section4,150
4,150
1
4,381
1
Bibliographer
_
4,150
3
12,450
13,008
3
Digester
_
43,128 10
44,840
Analyst
54,775 10
13
28,307 11
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
39,821
12
41,263
8
90,400 36 105,569
Grade 1. Range $2,645 to $3,397
30
81,724 32
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 11. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Graphic analyst
_
4,902
Grade 10. Range $4,526 to $5,278:
Graphic analyst.
__
4,902
1
37,888
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
23,905
6
20,506
11
3,160
3,021
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
1
5,921
5,541
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
4
10,705
2
7,355
7,182
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
2
4,863
3
18,097
20,946
8
17,869
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
9
16,117
28,203
12
23,514
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
14
1,756
1,756
1
1,756
Grade 1. Range $1,756 to $2,168
1
Subprofessional service:
7,823
3
Grade 5. Range $2,394 to $2,845
3
7,257
7,483
2,367
1
Grade 4. Range $2,168 to $2,620
3
6,504
2,243
6,136
Grade 2. Range $1,822 to $2,244
,
3
5,796
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
2
4,267
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
9,176
4,188

01

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

455,774

136 590,858
39.1 170,026

157 675,147
12.4 53,244

96.9 420,832 144. 6 621,903
6,000
6,000
6,818

2,597

433,650

630,500

DISTBIBUTION OF PRINTED CARDS

Distribution of Printed Cards, Library of Congress—
Salaries and expenses: For the distribution of printed cards
and other publications of the Library, including personal 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, [$350,000] $400,400. {2 U. S. C. 186,
140, 141, 150; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $350,000
Estimate 1949, $400,400

Departmental:
Num- Total N u m - Total Num- Total
Professional service:
ber
ber
salary
ber
salary
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Chief of division
$6,145
1
$6,623
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Assistant chief of division.
5,404
5,404
1
5,654
Librarian
5,153
Chief of section
1
5,597
5,404
Editor
1
4,902
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Associate librarian...
_:
13,076
1
Chief of section
4,801
4,651
2
Classifier
9,012
8,550
2
8,300
Chief of unit
1
Assistant editor.
4,150
5
19, 715
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
4
15,721
19,116
1
3,296
Grade 1. Range $2,645 to $3,397
1
3,146
14,227
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
4,005
1
1
3,773
Grade 8. Range $3,773 to $4,526
7,831
2
2
7,614
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
3,503
1
1
Grade 6. Range $3,C21 to $3,773
3,272
12,22S
4
3
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
9,188
2,645
18,126
5
7
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
12,872
8,235
83,268
32
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
73,450 35
25
57,589
46,044
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
42,176 22
21
30
61,267
14,116
Grade 1. Range $1,756 to $2,168
10
7
19,506
7 13,710
Subprofessional service:
15,857
1
3,021
5
Grade 7. Range $3,021 to $3,773
5
16,515
20,018
7
14,351
Grade 6. Range $2,645 to $3,397
9
26,365
5
20,806
8
22,673
Grade 5. Range $2,394 to $2,845
8
21,664
4
13,635
9,200
Grade 4. Range $2,168 to $2,620
9,699
4
25,864
13
25,541
Grade 3. Range $1,954 to $2,394
13
26,638
13
10
19,504 15
20,966
Grade 2. Range $1,822 to $2,244
11
29,818
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
12,885
6
6
11,945
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
6
11,476
Total permanent, departmental
136 324,349 136 338,186 155 404,755
2.7 6,764
7.2 12,604
7.5 19,834
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
128.8 311,745 133.3 331,422 147.5 384,921
Employment by piece, day, or hour, de9,922
12,478
17,459
partmental
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
1,557
1,248
2,600
U. S. C. 944
8,617
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental
396,400
346,500
01
Personal services
«,_
339,069

INDEX TO STATE 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'7, 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,
[$50,000] $55,000, to continue available during the fiscal year
[1949] 1950. (2 U. S. C. 164a; Legislative Branch Appropriation
Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $50,000
Estimate 1949, $55,000
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations

$94,100
-80
94,020

$50,000

$55,000

50,000

55,000

$73,373
172
134
50
4,000
15,000
1,291
94,020

$39,600

$46,121
175

10,000

50
8,000

400
50,000

6~54
55,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings.—
Total obligations
—
770000—48




$344,000
—1,445

$350,000

$400,400

342,555

350,000

400,400

01
02
03
04
06
07
08

Personal services
Travel
Transportation of things
C ommunication services
Printing and binding
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials.
Total obligations..

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Actual, 1947

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS—Continued
INDEX TO STATE LEGISLATION—continued
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Index to State Legislation, Library of Congress—Continued
Actual, 1947
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:
Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
salary
salary ber
ber
salary ber
Professional service:
Grade 7. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Chief of division1
$8,180
1
$8,180
1
$8,778
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Senior indexer
1
5,905
1
6,145
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Project unit chief
__
_
1
4,902
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Indexer..2
8,300
7
29,300
7
30,469
10
33,970
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
2
5,290
1
2,645
Grade 1. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Clerical, administrative, fecal service:
3
7,935
2
5,290
2
5,290
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
1
2,394
3
7.182
1
2,504
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
2
4,562
2
4,336
2
4,807
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to, $2,620...
1
1,954
Grade 2. Range $1,954 t# $2,394
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
1
1,822
1
1,822
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168

Total permanent, departmental-•_..
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
Temporary employment, departmental._.
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base,

23
79,698
1.8 9, 568

19
67,771
8.2 29,214
10.8 38,557
500

11.7 45,411
500

543

210

39,600

1

$2,800

29.9 86,410
674

19.5 57,606
700

25

76,376
700

329

544

305

87,413

58,850

77,381

MOTION PICTURE PROJECT

Liquidation of Motion-Picture Project, Library of Congress—
[Tor expenses during the month of July and liquidation (including storage of films pending disposition and $5,030 available
exclusively for terminal leave) $12,000] For salaries and expenses
connected with custody, preservation and storage of films pending disposition, $17,100. (2 U. S. C. 131; Legislative Branch Appropriation
Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $12,000
Estimate 1949, $17,100

46,121

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

5 U. S. C. 9 4 4 . . . . .
.._
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental

01

4.5 $13,147

Personal services

14
54,493
2.3 9,082

21. 2 70,130
2,477

Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
Temporary employment, departmental-.Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C. 944
01

Total Num- Total Num- Total
salary ber salary
salary ber

7.1 $14,918

Deduct lapses

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Number

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings- _
_

73,373

$12,000

$17,100

99,811

12,000

17,100

$46,345
2,187
487
156
8,700
33,015
5,755
3,166

$11,840
66

$8,217
100

94

83
8,700

99,811

Total obligations

766

Personal services.

$100,000
-189

12,000

17,100

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

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 $nd apparatus, stationery, photostat supplies,
and incidentals, [$6l,000J $79,600. (2 U. 8. C. 140, 141; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $61,000
Estimate 1949, $79,600
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
.
Unobligated balance, estimated savings _
Total obligations
_.

$98,000
-332

$61,000

$79,600

97, 668

61,000

79,600

$87,413
646
503
2
1,158
7,149
797

$58,850
200
250
1,500
200

$77,381
250
250
19
1,500
200

97,668

61,000

79, 600

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
02
03
04
07
08
09

Personal services
Travel
.
.
Transportation of things-Communication services
Other contractual services . •
Supplies and materials..Equipment
Total obligations
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:
Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Chief of division
_.
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Editor
Assistant chief of division
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Assistant chief of division
Assistant editor
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Subprofessional service:
Grade 7. Range $3,021 to $3,773
Grade 6. Range $2,645 to $3,397.
Grade 5. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Grade 4. Range $2,168 to $2,620
Grade 3. Range $1,954 to $2,394-

Total permanent, departmental




Num*
ber

Total Num- Total Num- Total
salary ber salary
salary ber

1

$7,342

1

$7,342

1

$7,581

1

4,902

1
1

4,902
4,902

1
1

5,153
5,153

1
1
1

4,400
4,400
3,522

2

6,794

2

7,145

01
02
03
04
05
07
08
09

Personal services.
Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Rents and utility services
Other contractual services.
Supplies and materials
Equipment

..

Total obligations
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

NumDepartmental:
Professional service:
ber
Grade 7. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Director
1
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
1
Chief cataloger
.
Chief of acquisitions
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Reference librarian
Film technologist
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Reviewer
...
2
Bibliographer
2
Copyright clearance specialist
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
2
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Distribution supervisor
1
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
1
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
1
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
4
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
2
Subprofessional service:
Grade 6. Range $2,645 to $3,397
2
Grade 5. Range $2,394 to $2,845

Total Num- Total Num- Total
salary ber salary
salary ber
$8,180

1

$8,479

5,905

1
1

5,905
5,905

1
1

5,153
4,902

1
1
2

4,150
4.150
6,794

1
3
4

2,770
7,182
8,973

2

8,300
8,300
6,794
4,150
3,397
2,770
9,852
3,908
5,290

1

$3,397

4,788

2

4,788

Total permanent, departmental
Deduct lapses

19
66,846
7.4 21,347

19
69,151
15.7 57,311

3

8,185

Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5

11.6 45,499

3.3 11,840

3

8,185

U. S. C. 944

Overtime and holiday pay, departmentaL
01 Personal services.

262
584
46,345

32
11,840

8,217

INCREASE OF THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

1

2,469

1

2,620

1

2,695

1
1
24

3,271
2,896
58,356

3,397
18,640
7,408
10,840
3,908

1
9
3
5
2

3,647
25,041
7,673
10,944
4,144

70,753

26

79,176

5

9,770

1
7
3
5
2

37

101,328

24

Increase of Library of Congress, General—
General increase of Library: For 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 payment in advance for subscription books and
society publications, and for freight, commissions, and traveling
expenses not to exceed $25,000, including expenses of attendance
at meetings when incurred on the written authority and direction

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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
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,
by purchase, gift, bequest, or exchange, $300,000, to continue
available during the fiscal year [1949] 1950. (2 U. S. C. 131, 132a;
Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $300,000
Estimate 1949, $300,000
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION
Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance available

$370,000
112, 227

443, 254

300,000

338, 973

Total obligations.

$300,000

482, 227
-143, 254

Total available for obligation
Balance available in subsequent year

$300,000
143, 254

443, 254

BOOKS FOR ADULT

BLIND

Books for Adult Blind, Library of Congress—
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, $1,000,000,
including not exceeding [$50,000] $75,000 for personal services,
not exceeding $200,000 for books in raised characters, and the balance remaining for sound-reproduction records and for the purchase,
maintenance, and replacement of the Government-owned reproducers for sound-reproduction records for the blind and not exceeding [$1,000] $2,000 for necessary traveling expenses connected with
such service and for expenses of attendance at meetings when incurred on the written authority and direction of the Librarian.
(2 U. S. C. 135b; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $1,000,000
Estimate 1949, $1,000,000

300,000
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

$14,305
8,864
7,697
450
441
307, 216

Total obligations _

$20,000
10,000
8,900
8,700

$15,000
10,000
8,900

395, 654

266,100

338,973

02 Travel
03 Transportation of things
04 Communication services
05 Rents and utility services
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment

443, 254

300,000

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION
Appropriation or estimate.._
Prior year balance available _
Total available for obligation _
Balance available in subsequent year
Total obligations

$125,000
39,601

$95, 000
48, 294

$95,000

164,601
- 4 8 , 294

_

143, 294

95,000

143,294

95,000

116,307 |

$500,000
-1,579

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

02 Travel
03 Transportation of things
04 Communication services .
09 Equipment

$1,340
26
250
114,691

$2,000
1,000
1,150
139,144

$2,000
1,000
1,150
90, 850

Total obligations

116, 307

143, 294

95, 000

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

$1,000,000

1,000,000

1,000,000

$45, 525
817
12
374
526
40,634
705
409,828

$50,000
1,000
2,000
675
5,250
50,000
24,000
867,075

$73,171
2,000
5,000
700
3,500
40,000
25,000
850,629

498,421

1,000,000

1,000,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS
01
02
03
04
06
07
08
09

Personal services
Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Printing and binding..
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials..
Equipment
Total obligations

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES
Number

1

1

$7,102

1

$7,525

5,905
10,943
5,290

1
3
4

5,905
11,573
11,032

1
1
2
2

3,523
2,645
5,013
4,638

1
2
2
3
1

3,653
5,449
5,267
7,080
1,954

1
3
4

2,620
6,580
7,816

1
3
4

2,724
6,863
8,166

3,397

2
2
5
2

5,290
4,788
10,840
3,908

1
1

2,645
2,394

46,297
793

21
4.3

62,075
12,791

26
77,191
1. 7
4,317

16.1 45,504

16.7

49,284

24.3

17
0.9

Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
Ii S C 944

Total
salary

1
3
2

7,130

Total Numsalary ber

$5,905

2

Total permanent, departmental
Deduct lapses

01

Total Numsalary ber
1

Departmental:
Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Director
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Director
Assistant director . _ _
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
Grade 1. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150.
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
Subprofessional service:
Grade 6. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Grade 5. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Grade 4. Range $2,168 to $2*620.
Grade 3. Range $1,954 to $2,394

72,874

716

Overtime and holiday pay, departmental..

Books for the Supreme Court, Library of Congress—
Books for the Supreme Court: For the purchase of books and
periodicals for the Supreme Court, to be a-part of the Library of
Congress, and purchased by the Marshal of the Supreme Court,
under the direction of the Chief Justice, [$20,000] $24,000.
(2 U. S. C. 131, 132, 135; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act,
1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $20,000
Estimate 1949, $24,000

$1,000,000

498, 421

Total obligations..

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, $95,000, to continue available during the
fiscal year [19493 1950. {2 U. S. C. 131, 135; Legislative Branch
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $95,000
Estimate 1949, $95,000
Actual, 1947

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings. _.

297

50,000

73,171

21
45,525

Personal services

PRINTING AND

BINDING

Printing and Binding, General, Library of Congress—
General printing and binding: For miscellaneous printing and
binding for the Library of Congress, including the Copyright Office,
and the binding, rebinding, and repairing of Library books, and for
the Library Buildings, [$381,500] $445,700. (31 U. S. C. 588;
Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $381,500
Estimate 1949, $445,700

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION
Appropriation or estimate
__
Unobligated balance, estimated savings.._
Total obligations...

.-

$20,000
-3

$20,000

$24, 000

19, 997

20,000

24,000

Equipment




$19,997

$20,000

$24,000

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION
Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings..-

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

09

Actual, 1947

Total obligations.

_

$381, 500
-5,911

$381,500

$445,700

375, 589

381,500

445,700

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Actual, 1947

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS—Continued
PRINTING AND BINDING—continued

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Printing and Binding, General, Library of Congress—Continued
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

02
03
04
05
07
08

Travel.
Transportation of things
Communication services
Rental and u til ity services...
O ther contractual services _.
Supplies and materials

197
1,802
16,254
1,087
14,605

$381, 500

$1,250
250
2,150
26,750
300
18,700

40,000

49,400

$445, 700

Printing and Binding, Catalogue of Title Entries of Copyright
Office, Library of Congress—
Printing the Catalogue of Title Entries of the Copyright Office:
For the publication of the Catalogue of Title Entries of the Copyright Office and the decisions of the United States courts involving
copyrights, [$35,000]! $60,000. (17 U. S. C. 210; 81 U. S. C. 588;
Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $35,000
Estimate 1949, $60,000
Actual, 1947

$550
200
1,450
26,750
200
10,850

34,826

Total obligations.
$375, 589

06 Printing and binding.

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

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, [$20,700] \$27,100.
l9
- U. S. C. 131; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $20,700
Estimate 1949, $27,100
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate

_

$33,200

$20,700

$27,100

$20,950
12,250

$20,700

$27,100

33,200

20,700

27,100

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

$35,000
- 1 , 600

Total obligations.

_

$35,000

33,400

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings. —

35,000

$60,000
60,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

07 Other contractual services.
09 Equipment
Total obligations .

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

06 Printing and binding

$33,400

-

$35,000

$60,000

Printing and Binding, Catalogue Cards, Library of Congress—
Printing catalogue cards: For the printing of catalogue cards
and of miscellaneous publications relating to the distribution of
catalogue cards, and for duplication of catalogue cards by methods
other than printing, C$400,000] $556,400. (2 U. S. C. 150; 81
U. S. C. 588; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $400,000
Estimate 1949; $556,400

Penalty Mail Costs, Library of Congress—
Penalty Mail Costs, Library of Congress: For deposit in the
[general fund of thej Treasury for [cost of J penalty mail for the
Library of Congress [as required by section 2 of the Act of June 28,
1944 (Public Law 364), $29,000] (89 U. S. C. 321d), $31,000.
(Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $29,000
Estimate 1949, $31,000
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

$447,482

Appropriation or estimate
Transferred to "Salaries, Library proper,
Library of Congress"..-_
—

$400,000

.
'

m

[411,382
-19,459

400,000

556,400

400,000

—

$31,000

18,352

29,000

31,000

$18,352

04 Penalty mail

556,400

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

06 Printing and binding

$29,000

$29,000

$31,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

f -36,100

391,923

Total obligations

$21,500
-3,148

$556,400

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Total available for obligation
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings._.
Total obligations.

$391,923

$400,000

$556,400

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, [$40,000] $49,400. (2 U. S. C. 131, 184; Legislative Branch
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $49,400
Appropriated 1948, $40,000

LIBBARY 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 befixedby the Librarian, [$495,000] $536,200.
(2 U. S. C. 141; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $536,200
Appropriated 1948, $495,000
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings.._
Total obligations

$495,460
-2,298

$495,000

$536,200

493,162

495,000

536,200

$493,162

$495,000

$536,200

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOE OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
"nobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations




01 Personal services.
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

$35,000
-174

$40,000

$49,400

34,826

40,000

49,400

NumDepartmental:
Professional service:
ber
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Superintendent, library buildings. _
1
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150

Total Numsalary ber

Total Numsalary ber

Total
salary

$5,905

$5,905
3,773

$5,905
3,975

1
1

1
1

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Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

NumTotal NumTotal NumTotal
Departmental—Continued
ber
salary ber
salary ber
salary
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
1
$3,773
$3,899
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150.
$4,149
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
6,042
6,042
3,021
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
6,079
5, 791
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
2,845
5,389
2,845
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
15,993
13,160
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
6
12,004
Grade 1. Range $1,756 to $2,168_.
1
1,756
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 8. Range $2,896 to $3,648. _
3,272
3,397
3,647
Grade 7. Range $2,695 to $3,272. _
2,695
2,770
2,854
Grade 6. Range $2,469 to $2,921
15,944
16,528
15, 792
Grade 5. Range $2,244 to $2,695.
11, 594
9,201
11, 848
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
_.
164, 638
187,568
173,401
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
38, 518
21, 508
24,476
Grade 2. Range $1,690 to $2,020
71 129,920
156,832
135,184
4
95 cents per hour
_
.___
6,224
6,224
4,940
106
90 cents per hour
.._
74,412
72,412
89,252
10
Grade 1. Range $1,080 to $1,402.
321
Total permanent, departmental
41.4
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
279.6
Temporary employment, departmental-_.
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C. 944
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental.
Night-work differential, departmental

461,937

271. 2 468,297
750

292.7 511,160
750

1,676
22,092
7,457

3,653
15,000
7,300

1,990
15,000
7,300

01

493,162

495,000

Obligations: 13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities—1949, $1,000.

Salaries and Expenses, Veterans' Administration (Transfer
Library of Congress)—
Actual, 1947

275 474,934
3. 8 6,637

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations
_

$34,000
-114

$30,000

33,886

30,000

$39,700
39,700

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

$393,817
-104,856

$89,249

288,961

89,249

$151,707
1,455
95,248
4,958
4,304
21,180
10,109

$41,249
500
30,000
1,900
10,600
2,500
2,500

288,961

89, 249

Total obligations

306 530,050
13.3 18,890

Maintenance, Library Buildings, Library of Congress—
For mail, delivery, including maintenance, operation, and repair
of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles, 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, [$30,0001 $39,700. (2 U. S. C. 141; Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948')
Appropriated 1948, $30,000
Estimate 1949, $39,700

to

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Transferred from "Salaries and expenses,
Veterans' Administration"
Unobligated balance, estimated savings. _

536, 200

Personal services

509,298
47,361

FederaljTort]Claims,fLibrary]of Congress—
Damage claims: For payment of claims pursuant to section 403
of the Federal Tort Claims Act {28 U. S. C. 921), $1,000.
Estimate 1949, $1,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
02
03
04
07
08
09

Personal services
Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services ._
Other contractual services...
Supplies and materials
Equipment_
Total obligations

_

_-

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:
Professional service:
Grade 6. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Project chief
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Assistant project chief
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620.
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
Subprofessional service:
Grade 6. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168....
Total permanent
_
Deduct lapses _
..
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U S C 944
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental-.
01

Personal services

Number

Total Numsalary ber

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary

1

$7,102

1

$7,102

1

4,902

1

4,902

2
3
1
7
49

6,794
7,935
2,394
15,176
95,746

2
3
1
17
32

6,794
7,935
2,394
36,856
62,528

1

2,645

1

2,645

10

18,220

2

3,644

75 160,914
14.4 25,651

60 134,800
41.6 93,551

60.6 135,263

18.4 41,249

627
15,817
151,707

41,249

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

04
07
08
09

Communication services
Other contractual services.
Supplies and materials
Equipment
Total obligations

$13,438
1,686
16,043
2,719
_

$13,500
1,400
15,100

$16,200
2,000
21,500

33,886

30,000

Penalty Mail, Veterans' Administration (Transfer to Library of
Congress)—

39,700

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

LIBRABY 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; Legislative Branch Appropriation
Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $500
Estimate 1949, $500
Actual, 1947

Transfer from "Penalty mail, Veterans'
Administration"—
_
-

$3,928

$400

$3,928

$400

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

04 Penalty mail

Printing and Binding, Veterans' Administration (Transfer to Library
of Congress)—

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOE OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations
_

$500
-500

$500

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

500

500

Transfer from "Printing and binding,
Veterans' Administration"_
_.

$500

$500

$500

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

07 Other contractual services




$7,000

$500

$7,000

$500

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

06 Printing and binding

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Actual, 1947

[LIBRARY OF CONGRESS—Continued
Cooperation With the American Republics (Transfer to Library of
Congress)—
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Transferred from "Cooperation with the
American Republics," Department of
State.. -•----.-.
Unobligated balance, estimated savings. _ _

$145,694
-492

$39,849

145,202

39,849

Total obligations (see consolidated
schedules under Department of
State)

$35,000

$35,000

Working Fund, Library of Congress (Advance From Department of
State) (General Account)—

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Departmental—Continued
Subprofessional service:
Grade 6. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
Grade 2. Range $1,690 to $2,020.

Number

Personal services.

4

$11,080

2,020
1,690

1

2,093

33
83,346
8.1 23, 528

14
37,163
4.5 12,018

24.9 59,818
23

9.5 25,145

59, 841

25,145

._.

Working Fund, Library of Congress (Advance From Department
of the Navy) (General Account)—
Actual, 1947

Actual, 1947

Total Num- Total
salary
salary ber

Total Numsalary ber
$37,030

14

Total permanent, departmental
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental.
01

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

$22,922
-4,197
-1,733

Total obligations.

$4,197

16, 992

Prior year balance available
Balance available in subsequent year
Carried to surplus fund

Prior year balance available
Advanced from Department of the Navy,
Office of Naval Research.

4,197

01
03
04
06
08
09

Personal services
Transportation of things
Communication services
Printing and binding
Supplies and materials
Equipment
_

$9, 250
810
18
4,000
22
2,892

13, 553

102, 447

$10,959
135

651
93

$90,000
1,400
100
1,000
1,000
4,947
4,000

13, 553

102, 447

..-

4,197

Total Numsalary ber

-

Total Numsalary ber

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

$3,872
100
75

16,992

-

01
02
03
04
07
08
09

50
100

Number

Departmental:
Professional service:
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Chief of project
Music librarian
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620

1
1
1

$4,275
4,150
3,397

1

Total permanent
Deduct lapses _.

1

Total
salary

$4,275

2,168

4
13,990
1.5 4, 740

Personal services (average number,
net salary)

2. 5

9, 250

1
0.1
0. 9

4,275
403
3,872

Working Fund, Library of Congress (Advance From Office of Scientific Research and Development) (General Account)—
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVA&ABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Prior year balance available
Balance available in subsequent year - -.
Total obligations.

$87,211
-25,145
62,066

$25,145
25,145

Total obligations

_.

$59,841
1,640
298
85
202

$25,145

62,066

25,145

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Total permanent, departmental
Deduct lapses

01

Personal services

Total Numsalary ber

Total Num- Total
salary
salary ber

$8,180

1

$8,180

35,510

3

21,306

5,905

1

5,905

4,902

1

4,902

12,450
8,300
3,397
2,645

3
2
1
1

12,825
8,550
3,523
2,770

4,902
3,397
3,021
4,788
19,512
7,816

1
2
1
2
9
4

4,902
6,920
3,146
4,938
20,187
8,080

1

1,888

1,822

34 126,547
30.8 116, 266

33 118,022
7.8 28,022

3.2 10,281
678

25.2 90,000

10,959

90,000

Working Fund, Library of Congress (Advance From Department of
the Army, Research and Development Board) (General Account)—
Actual, 1947

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:
Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Professional service:
ber
salary ber
salary ber
salary
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Chief of section...
1
$4,902
1
$4,902
Acquisitions officer. _
1
4,902
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Assistant chief of section
1
4,150
1
4,275
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
_
1
2,394
1
2,469
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
4
1
2,244
8,672
Grade 2, Range $1,954 to $2,394
5
10,100
9
17,586




1,715

Departmental:
NumProfessional service:
ber
Grade 7. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Chief of project..
1
Grade 6. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Scientific specialist
__
5
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Specialist in bibliography
1
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Scientific specialist
1
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Abstractor
3
Cataloger
2
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150.......
1
Grade 1. Range $2,645 to $3,397
1
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 11. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Executive officer...
1
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
1
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
._
1
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
2
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
.
9
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
4
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
1

Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental.

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Personal services
Transportation of things
Communication services.
Other contractual services..
Supplies and materials

Personal services
Travel
Transportation of things _
Communication services
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment
Total obligations

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

01
03
04
07
08

102,447

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Total obligations

01

116,000
-102,447

Total available for obligation.
Balance available in subsequent year
Total obligations

•

$102, 447
$116,000

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Prior year balance available
Advance from Department of the Army..
Total available for obligation
Balance available in subsequent year
Total obligations.

$12,000
12,000
-12,000

$12,000
12,000
12,000

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LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services

_

Total, Library of Congress, general accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $6,792,699
Estimate 1949, $8,164,420

$12,000

Trust accounts:

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Library of Congress Gift Fund—

Departmental:
Professional service:
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Bibliographer .
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Bibliographer.

1
2

Total permanent, departmental.
Deduct lapses
_
._
01 Personal services (average number,
net salary).
...

This fund represents gifts or bequests of money made to the
Library of Congress for 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.)
Appropriated (estimate) 1948, $175,000
Estimate 1949, $50,000

$4,902
8,300

3
13,202
0.3 1,202
2.7 12,000

Actual, 1947

Total, Library of Congress, annual appropriations, general
accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $6,711,625
Estimate 1949, $8,081,900

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

$241,662
248,538
340,102

The act of August 20, 1912, appropriates out of any money not
otherwise appropriated a sum equivalent to interest at 4 percent per
annum on a principal fund of $20,000 held in trust by the Treasury
under the will of Gertrude M. Hubbard. The amount so appropriated, together with any unexpended balances from prior years, is
available each year for the purchase of engravings and etchings to be
added to the Gardiner Greene Hubbard collection. (37 Stat. 819.)
Appropriated 1948, $800
Estimate 1949, $800
Actual, 1947

$50,000
139,086
331,500

670, 486
-139,086

520, 586
-132,186

_._

664,316

531,400

388,400

Personal services
Travel
_
Transportation of things
Communication services
Rents and utility services
Printing and binding
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
__
Equipment...
Grants, subsidies, and contributions..
Refunds, awards, and indemnities

$276,076
14,043
3,818
1,954
409
4,116
43, |17
128,888
183,167
4,712
3,716

$238,000
5,700
6,100
1,900
400
4,100
37,500
128,500
42,000
4,700
62, 500

$163,000
3,700
1,100
1,600
400
3,600
37, 500
128,300
42,000
4,700
2,500

664,316

531,400

388,400

Total obligations

Bequest of Gertrude M. Hubbard, Library of Congress, Interest
Account—

$175,000
165,986
329,500

830,302
-165,986.

A ppropriation or estimate
._
Prior year balance available
Reimbursements for services performed...
Total available for obligation.
Balance available in subsequent year

Permanent appropriations:

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
11
13

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Total obligations

_

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

_

Total available for obligation..
Balance available in subsequent year

$800
3,864

$800
4,664

$800

4,664
-4.664

5,464

800

5,464

Appropriation or estimate.
Prior year balance available

800

$5,464

$800

Total obligations

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. 157y 160.)

Appropriated (estimate) 1948, $12,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

09 Equipment

Library of Congress Trust Fund, Income From Investment
Account—

._

Estimate 1949, $12,000

Actual, 1947

Library of Congress Trust Fund, Interest on Permanent Loan
Account—

The act of March 3, 1925, appropriates a sum equivalent to
interest at the rate of 4 percent per annum on a trust fund (the
principal of which shall not exceed $5,000,000) composed of gifts or
bequests for the benefit of the Library. Moneys so appropriated
become available semiannually for disbursement by the Librarian of
Congress for the purposes specified. (2 U. S. C. 156-158.)
Appropriated (estimate) 1948, $80,274
Estimate 1949, $81,720
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance available
Total available for obligation
Balance available in subsequent year
Total obligations

$74,988
76,235

$80,274
88,293

$81,720
87, 567

151,223
-88, 293

168, 567
-87,567

169,287
-88,287

62,930

81,000

Personal services
Communication services
Printing and binding
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment

$14,307
174
562
31,366
167
16,354

$25,000
200
600
35,000
200
20,000

$25,000
200
600
35,000
200
20,000

Total obligations

62,930

81,000

81,000

$16,974
19,937

$12,000
15, 722

$12,000
10,022

36,911
-15,722

27,722
-10,022

22,022
-4,322

21,189

17,700

17,700

$14,429
1,301
7
137
298
2,664
6
2,347

$11,000
1,000

$11,000
1,000

2,700

2,700

50

50

2,500

2,500

21,189

17, 700

17, 700

OBLIGATION BY OBJECTS

01
02
03
04
06
07
08
09

Personal services
Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services.
Printing and binding
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials.
Equipment

50
100
300

50
100
300

Total obligations

Library of Congress Trust Fund, Contributions to Permanent Loan
Account—

Total, Library of Congress, permanent appropriations:
Appropriated 1948, $81,074
Estimate 1949, $82,520




FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate..
Prior year balance available
Total available for obligation
Balance available in subsequent year...
Total obligations

81,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
04
06
07
08
09

Estimate,1948 Estimate, 1949

This fund represents gifts or bequests of which the principal
sums, in cash, have been deposited by the board with the Treasurer
of the United States as a permanent loan to the United States, the
interest upon which, at 4 per centum per annum, payable semiannually, is subject to disbursement by the Librarian for the purposes in each case specified: Provided, however, That the total of
such principal sums at any time so held by the Treasurer under this authorization shall not exceed the sum of $5,000,000.
(2 U.S. C. 158.)
Appropriated (estimate) 1948, $110,000
Estimate 1949, $25,000

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS—Continued
Trust accounts—Continued
Library of Congress Trust Fund, Contributions to Permanent Loan
Account—Continued
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance available

$400,847
1,507,147

Total available (principal of fund)—
Balance available in subsequent year

$110,000
1,907,994

$25,000
2,017,994

1,907,994
-1,907,994

2,017,994
-2,017,994

2,042,994
-2,042,994

Total, Library of Congress, trust accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $317,700
Estimate 1949, $113,000
Not to exceed ten, positions in the Library of Congress may be
exempt from the provisions of section 202 of the Independent Offices
Appropriation Act, [1948] 1949, 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 202 who possesses the special
qualifications for the particular position and also otherwise meets
the general requirements for employment in the Library of Congress.
(Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)

Total obligations

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. 1282.)
Appropriated (estimate) 1948, $19,740
Estimate 1949, $25,000
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance available

_

$30,000
4,127

$19,740
10,260

$25,000
5,000

Total available for obligation.
Balance available in subsequent year

34,127
-10,260

30,000
-5,000

30,000
-5,000

23,867

25,000

25,000

$23,867

$25,000

$25,000

Total obligations:
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities

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.)
Appropriated (estimate) 1948, $960
Estimate 1949, $1,000
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance available
_
Total available for obligation
Balance available in subsequent year
_
Total obligations

$1,227

$960
540

$1,000
500

1,227
-540

1,500
-500

1,500
-500

687

1,000

1,000

$687

-

$1,000

$1,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities

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. (48
Stat. 1282.)
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Prior year balance available
Balance available in subsequent year
Total obligations

$2,734
-1,109

$1,109

1,625

1,109

$46
1,080
499

$500
500
109

1,625

1,109

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

03 Transportation of things.._
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
Total obligations




_.

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WORKING CAPITAL AND CONGRESSIONAL PRINTING AND BINDING

Public Printing and Binding, Government Printing Office—
To provide the Public Printer with a working capital for the
following purposes for the execution of printing, binding, lithographing, mapping, engraving, and other authorized work of the Government Printing Office for the various branches of the Government:
For salaries of Public Printer and Deputy Public Printer; for salaries,
compensation, or wages of all necessary officers and employees
additional to those herein appropriated for, including employees
necessary to handle waste paper and condemned material for sale;
to enable the Public Printer to comply with the provisions of law
granting holidays and half holidays and Executive orders granting
holidays and half holidays with pay to employees; to enable the
Public Printer to comply with the provisions of law granting leave
to employees with pay, such pay to be at the rate for their regular
positions at the time the leave is granted; rental of buildings and
equipment; fuel, gas, heat, electric current, gas and electric fixtures;
bicycles, motor-propelled vehicles for the carriage of printing and
printing supplies, and the maintenance, repair, and operation of
the same, to be used only for official purposes, including operation,
repair, and maintenance of motor-propelled passenger-carrying
vehicles for official use of the officers of the Government Printing
Office when in writing ordered by the Public Printer; freight, expressage, telegraph and telephone service, furniture, typewriters, and carpets; traveling expenses, including not to exceed $3,000 for attendance at meetings or conventions when authorized by the Joint
Committee on Printing; stationery, postage, and advertising; directories, technical books,, newspapers, magazines, and books of reference (not exceeding [$750] 1,250); adding and numbering machines,
time stamps, and other machines of similar character ;"purchase of uniforms for guards; rubber boots, coats, and gloves; machinery (not
exceeding $300,000); equipment, and for repairs to machinery,
implements, and buildings, and for minor alterations to buildings;
necessary equipment, maintenance, and supplies for the emergency
room for the use of all employees in the Government Printing Office
who may be taken suddenly ill or receive injury while on duty;
other necessary contingent and miscellaneous items authorized by
the Public Printer; for expenses authorized in writing by the Joint
Committee on Printing for the inspection of printing and binding
equipment, material, and supplies and Government printing plants
in the District of Columbia or elsewhere (not exceeding $1,000);
payment of claims pursuant to section 408 of the Federal Tort Claims
Act (28 U. S. C. 921); for salaries and expenses of preparing the
semimonthly and session indexes of the Congressional Record under
the direction of the Joint Committee on Printing (chief indexer at
$4,951, one cataloger at $4,537, two catalogers at $3,544 each, and
one cataloger at $3,047); and for all the necessary labor, paper,
materials, and equipment needed in the prosecution and delivery
and mailing of the work; in all, [$14,520,000] $16,700,000; to
which sum shall be charged the printing and binding authorized to
be done for Congress including supplemental and deficiency estimates of appropriations; the printing, binding, and distribution of
the Federal Register in accordance with the Act approved July 26,
1935 (44 U. S. C. [301, 317] 301-810) (not exceeding $450,000);
[for] the printing and binding of an edition of the Code of Federal
Regulations as authorized by the Act of July 26, 1985, as amended
(44 U. S. C. 311) (not exceeding $500,000); the printing and binding
of the supplements to the Code of Federal Regulations, as authorized
by the Act of July 26, 1935 (44 U. S. C. 311) (not exceeding $100,000);
the printing and binding for use of the Government Printing Office;
the printing and binding (not exceeding $5,000) for official use of
the Architect of the Capitol upon requisition of the Secretary of
the Senate; in all to an amount not exceeding [$4,520,000]
$6,700,000: Provided, That not less than $10,000,000 of such working
capital shall be returned to the Treasury as an unexpended balance
not later than six months after the close of the fiscal year [1948J

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1949: Provided further, That notwithstanding the provisions of
section 73 of the Act of January 12, 1895 (44 U. S. C. 241), no part
of the foregoing sum of [$4,520,0003 $6,700,000 shall be used for
printing and binding part 2 of the annual report of the Secretary
of Agriculture (known as the Year-book of Agriculture). {Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $16,700,000
Appropriated 1948, $14,520,000
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Reimbursements for services performed..
Repayments for other than work d o n e Total available for obligation
Unobligated balance, estimated savings..
Working capital fund (returned to Treasury)...
Total obligations
_

$25,375,000
52,922,797
546,526

$14,520,000
49, 671, 327
500,000

$16, 700, 000
46,823, 974
500,000

78,844,323
-1,442,059

64, 691, 327

64,023,974

-20,000,000

-10,000,000

-10,000,000

57,402,264

54,691,327

54,023,974

$22, 612,958
14,821
1,031, 228
86,196
877, 632

$23,168, 661
15,000
822, 725
85,864
877, 600

$22, 501, 308
15,000
822, 725
85, 864
877, 600

47,683
1,313, 563
30,941,961
476,222

47, 683
171,823
28,941,971
560, 000

47,683
171,823
28,941, 971
560,000

57,402,264

54, 691, 327

54,023,974

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
02
03
04
05
06

Personal services
Travel....
,
Transportation services......
Communication services
Rents and utility services
Printing and binding (lithographing
and engraving)
_.i_
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials...,
.
09 Equipment
Total obligations
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Salaries (per annum)
Number
Departmental:
$10,000:
Public printer, deputy public printer.
$9,975:
Executive officer.
.
$8,180:
Comptroller, consultant on methods
and procedures, director of personnel, mechanical . superintendent,
planning manager, production manager
$7,820:
Field service manager
$7,342:
Director of purchases, technical director.
$7,224:
Assistant production manager.
$7,102:
Assistant mechanical superintendent.
$6,972:
Night production manager, superintendent of binding, superintendent
of composition, superintendent of
platemaking, superintendent of
5
presswork
$6,863:
Director of commercial planning,
director of plant planning, director
of typography and design
$6,468:
Assistant superintendent of presswork
$6,384:
Chief clerk
$6,145:
Assistant comptroller, assistant to
lanning manager, chief of State
•epartment service office, director
of planning service, disbursing officer, liaison officer, mechanical engi9
neer, traffic manager
$5,952:
Assistant night production manager,
assistant superintendent of binding,
assistant superintendent of binding
(night), assistant superintendent of
composition, assistant superintendent of platemaking, assistant superintendent of presswork (night),
7
superintendent of library branch...
$5,905:
Assistant director of purchases, assistant director of personnel, assistant
technical director, assistant to
comptroller, chief of classification
and organizational survey, medical
director, printing paper specialist...
$5,654:
Assistant director of planning service.
$5,556:
Foreman of photoengraving, technical
assistant
3

Total Numsalary ber
$19,990-

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary

2 $20,000

2 $20,000

9,679

1

9,975

1

9,975

47,164

6

49,080

6

49,080

7,289

1

7,820

1

7,820

14,460

2

14,684

2

14,684

7,054

1

7,224

1

7,224

6,653

1

7,102

1

7,102

34,040

5

34,860

5

34,860

20,253

3

20,589

3

20,589

10,837

1

6,468

1

6,468

6,271

1

6,384

1

6,384

50,705

9

55,305

9

55,305

40,684

7

41,6

7

41,664

38,724

7

41,335

7

41,335

5,667

1

5,654

1

5,654

15,917

3

16,668

3

E




Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Salaries (per

annum)—Continued

Departmental—Continued
$5,424:
Assistant chief engineer, chief car- Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary ber
penter, chief electrician, chief ma- ber
salary
chinist, chief pipefitter and fire
chief, foreman
20 $106,016
33 $178, 992
33 $178,992
$5,404:
Assistant director of commercial planning, chief of estimating and specifications section, chief of qualifications and certification section
3 15,619
3 16,212
3 16,212
$5,160:
Assistant foreman, chief of plate vault
section, foreman, technical assistant 4 20,694
5 25,800
5 25,800
$5,153:
Assistant director of plant planning,
assistant director of typography and
design, chemist, chief of departmental information section, chief of
estimating and jacket preparation
section, chief storekeeper, foreman
(day), foreman (night), printing
investigator, rate investigator, technical assistant
23 114,820
11 56,683
11 56,683
$5,027:
Assistant chief clerk, assistant chief of
computing section, chief of planning
service and plant planning (night)--.
3 14,886
3 15,081
3 15,081
$4,951:
Chief indexer
1
4,619
1
4,951
1
4,951
$4,902:
Chemist, chief of paper and material
controls section, director of apprentices, foreman, procedural analyst, supervisor, technical assistants
10 44,627
10 49,020
10 49,020
$4,896:
Assistant chief carpenter, assistant
chief electrician, assistant chief machinist, assistant foreman (day), as
sistant foreman (night), chief of
requisition section, foreman of inkmaking plant, foreman of roller and
glue section, millman in charge,
painter in charge
52 254, t
51 244,6
52 254, t
$4,777:
Assistant ^chief of estimating and
jacket preparation section, assistant
chief of estimating and specifications section, chief of art and illustration unit, chief of estimating and
jacket preparation section (night),
chief of jacket scheduling section,
chief of pay-roll section, chief of
poster unit, chief of requisition section, chief of treasury accounts section, consultant on commercial purchasing, deputy disbursing officer,
technical assistant
13 62,101
13 62,101
13 56,794
$4,651:
Chemist, chief of offset preparation
section, chief of production planning section, chief of statistical
records section, chief of typography
section, jacket preparer-copier, tech-;
9 39,016
nical assistant
7 32,557
7
32,557
$4,632:
Machinist in charge (day), machinist
4 18,528
4 18,393
in charge (night)
4 18,528
$4,537:
1
4,537
1
4,389
1
4,537
Indexer and cataloger
_
$4,526:
Assistant chief storekeeper, assistant
supervisor, chemist, editorial clerk,
printing cost technician, technical
aide, technical assistant, veterans'
38 171,988
33 144,489
38 171.988
coordinator
$4,500:
1
4,500
1
4,394
1
4,500
Machinist in charge
$4,400:
Chief of composition unit, night chief
of typography and design, printing
cost technician, production estimator, technical aide, technical
25 106,259
29 127,600
29 127,600
assistant
$4,368:
Assistant chief of plate vault section,
chief copy preparer, chief of delivery
section, foreman (day), technical as10 43,680
10 43,6
7 28,815
sistant
$4,275:
Assistant supervisor, assistant to the
director of purchases, chief of cost
accounts section, mechanical engineer, printing cost technician,
publication pricing technician, tech16 68,400
25 99,320
16 68,400
nical assistant
$4,150:
Artist retoucher, chief of offset preparation section, chief photographer,
chief of repay accounts section, clerk
in charge of Congressional Record
at the Capitol, financial clerk, illustration specialist, printing designer,
safety officer, stenotype reporter,
technical assistant
47 195,050
47 195,050
56 222,503

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Actual, 1947

GOVERNMENT PRNITING OFFICE—Continued
WORKING CAPITAL AND CONGRESSIONAL PRINTING AND BINDING'—COI1.

Public Printing and Binding, Government Printing Office—Con.
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Salaries (per

annum)—Continued

Departmental—Continued
$4,125
$4,024
$3,972.
$3,899-...
$3,840
$3,773
$3,648
$3,544
$3,523..
$3,397..
$3,272..
$3,222.
$3,146..
$3,021..
$3,013..
f 2,921..
$2,896.
$2,845.
$2,770..
$2,695..
$2,645..
$2,620..
$2,544..
$2,469..
$2,394..
$2,319..
$2,244..
$2,168..
$2,093-.
$2,020..
$1,954..
$1.888..
$1,756-.
$1,690..

Number

Total Numsalary ber

1
6
1
7
1
8
5
2
5
16
10
1
16
25

$4,125
24,144
3,972
27,293
3,840
30,184
18,240
7,088
17,615
54,352
32,720
3,222
50,336
75,525

2
12
31
41
11
12
52
39
95
222
115
70
49
13
17
39
2
1

5,842
34,752
88,195
113,570
29,645
31,740
136, 240
99, 216
234, 555
531,488
266, 685
157,080
106,232
27,209
34,340
76,206
3,776
1,756
10,140

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary
$20,120
3,972
27,293
3,840
30,184
21,888
3,544
17, 615
44,161
55,624

14
33
1
1
10
35
31
15
12
61
42
132
230
73
47
48
11
22
42

44,044
99,693
3,013
2,921
28,960
99, 575
85,870
40,425
31,740
159,820
106,848
325,908
550,620
169, 287
105, 468
104,064
23,023
44,440
82,068

$20,120
3,972
27,293
3,840
30,184
21,888
3,544
17,615
44,161
55,624
14
33
1
1
10
35
31
15
12
61
42
132
230
73
47
48
11
22
42

44,044
99, 693
3,013
2,921
28,960
99,475
85,870
40,425
31,740
159, 820
106,848
325,908
550,620
169, 287
105,468
104,064
23,023
44,440
82,068

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Wages (per hour)—Continued
Departmental—Continued
$1.72:
Platen pressman...
$1.69:
Offset platemaker
$1.66:
Operative
$1.62:
Linotype machinist helper, monotype
machinist helper, cylinder press
assistant
$1.61:
Apprentice, electrician helper, knife
grinder, pipe fitter helper, sheet
metal worker helper
$1.58:
Apprentice, offset photographer, offset platemaker
$1.54:
Apprentice, general mechanic
$1.50:
Apprentice, negative cutter, offset
platemaker
$1.48:
Apprentice, auto mechanic, linotype
machinist helper, monotype machinist helper, general mechanic,
power plant operative, cylinder
press assistant
$1.43:
Apprentice, assistant supervisor, negative cutter, operative, photographer, platemaker in charge, platemaking helper, stockkeeper
$1.39:
Power plant operative
$1.38:
Plate grainer, offset platemaker, cylinder press assistant
$1.37:
Operative

Number

Total N u m salary
ber

6 $21,468
1

3,515

7
2

Total N u m ber

salary
$25,046
7,030

2

6,906

Total
salary

7

$25,046

2

7,030

2

41

138,170

30

101,100

30

101,100

42

140,658

41

137,309

41

137,309

3

9,858

6

19,716

6

19,716

14

44,842

5

16,015

5

16,015

4

12,480

5

15,600

5

15,600

13

40,014

12

36,936

12

36,936

19

56,506

18

53,532

18

53,532

5

14,455

5

14,870

5

14,870

7

20,090

9

25,830

9

25,830

2

5,700

2

5,700

$1.34:

1 1,756
9 15,210

1 1,756
9 15,210

Wages (per hour)
$2.10:
29 126,672
29 126,672
29 126,672
Photoengraver
$2.04:
Chief of lithographic section, chief of
photographic section, electrotype
finisher in charge, electrotype
m older in charge, finisher in charge,
10 42,430
stereotyper in charge, wax ruler
14 59,402
14 59,402
$1.98:
Chief of type storage unit, chief of
typographic section, head compositor in charge, head copy editor,
copy preparer in charge, deskman
in charge, imposer in charge, makerup in charge, pressman in charge,
head pressman, offset pressman,
proofreader in charge, head referee,
head record referee, referee, chief reviser, press reviser in charge
153 630,054
115 473,570
153 630,054
$1.94:
Electrotype
finisher,
electrotype
molder, negatiye cutter in charge,
91 367,185
80 322,800
80 322,800
stereotyper, unit supervisor
$1.90:
19 75,088
20 79,040
20 79,040
Group chief
$1.88:
Blacksmith, carpenter, head compositor in charge, compositor in
charge, head compositor, compositor, copy editor, copy preparer,
deskman, electrician, imposer, linotype operator in charge, linotype
operator, Ludlow operator, machinist in charge of garage, machinist,
linotype machinist, monotype machinist, maker-up, monotype-keyboard operator, negative cutter, offset photographer, painter, photographer, pipe fitter, head platemaker
in charge, letter pressman, cylinder
pressman, Miehle vertical pressman, foreign proofreader, proofreader, reviser, press reviser, saw
filer, sheet-metal worker, supervisor
1,731
of industrial trucks, unit supervisor. 1,720
1,731
6,768,210
6,725,200
6,768,210
$1.85:
Bindery section chief, deskman, assistant group chief.
_
8 30,784
8 30,784
8 30,784
$1.80:
Bookbinder, bookbinder machine
operator, bookbinder mounter,
folding machine operator, negative
cutter, offset photographer, operative, offset platemaker, power
plant operative, repairer of rare
books
483
493
1,808,352
1,808,352
1,845,792
$1.74:
Auto mechanic, negative cutter, offset negative cutter, offset photog4 14,476
5 18,095
rapher
5 18,095




Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Apprentice, l i n o t y p e machinist
helper, monotype machinist helper,
matrix keeper, monotype operative, paper cutting operative unit
supervisor
30
83,610
1..
...30
83,610
30 83,610
$1.32:
Apprentice, e l e c t r o t y p e molder,
power plant helper, sheet metal
worker helper
8
21,968
8
21,968
13
35,698
$1.30:
Plate grainer, offset platemaker
1G 27,040
10
27,040
9
24,336
$1.27:
Apprentice, chauffeur, desk helper,
matrix keeper assistant, money order examiner, negative cutter, operatives, paper cutting operative,
stockkeeper, tool room attendant-43 113,606
41 108,322
43 113,606
$1.25:
1
2,600
Paper cutting operative
1
2,600
8
20,800
$1.22:
Crane operator, plate grainer, offset
7
17,766
platemaker
.10
25,380
7
17,766
$1.21:
6
15,102
Linotype machinist helper.
6
15,102
4
10,068
$1.20:
Assistant to chief storekeeper
1
2,496
$1.19:
Monotype casterman, desk helper,
operative, paper cutting operative,
plastic platemaker, power plant
helper, press assistant, cylinder
press feeder, stockkeeper, type
237 586,575
237 586,575
246 608,850
metal foundry worker, wrapper
$1.18:
2
4,908
2
4,908
Maintenance utility man, operative.._
$1.15:
1
2,392
1
2,392
4,784
Offset platemaker.$1.10:
Monotype casterman,
chauffeur,
chauffeur messenger, conveyor
operator, dampening roller coverer,
desk helper, foreman of laborers,
messenger, negative cutter, opaquer, operative, plastic platemaker, offset platemaker, skilled
laborer, stores helper, unit supervisor, type metal foundry worker,
312 713,856
309 706,992
312 713,856
waste paper grader
$1.07:
Chauffeur, elevator conductor operator, linotype machinist helper,
operative, stores helper, waste
21
46,746
paper grader
23
51,198
21
46,746
$1.04:
2
4,326
Carpenter helper
2
4,326
1
2,163
$1.03:
Boxer, boxmaker, monotype casterman, chauffeur, elevator conductor
operator, maintenance utility man,
operative, paper cutting operative,
platemaking helper, offset platemaker, press assistant, skilled
laborer, stockkeeper, stores helper,
waste paper grader
*_ 1,103
1,092
1,092
2,362,626

2,339, Q64

2,339,064

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Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Wages (per hour)—Continued
Departmental—Continued
Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
$0. 98:
ber salary
salary ber
Chauffeur, elevator conductor oper- ber
ator, waste paper grader, outside
7 $14,266
7 $14,266
window washer
$0.95:
Delivery man, desk helper, elevator
conductor operator, opaquer, operative, plate grainer, offset platemaker, saw filer, skilled laborer,
stockkeeper, stores helper, wrapper.. 759
697
1,377,272

1,499, 784

1,377,272

$0.90:
29

Apprentice, linotype machinist helper-

54,288

29

54,288

6,441
6,441
6,484
19, 762,462
19, 762,462
19, 731, 658
36.1
36.1
49.1
51,156
999, 782
51,156

Total permanent, departmental
Deduct lapses..

Net permanent, departmental (av6, 404.9
6,404.9
erage number, net salary)
6, 434. 9
19, 711,306
19, 711, 306
18,731,876
625, 624
625, 624
544,021
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental..
979,960
979,960
967,819
Night-work differential, departmental
All personal services, departmental..
Field:
$7,342:
Director, field service._
$6,384:
Field service office manager
$5,404:
Field service office manager, administrative officer
$5,153:
Chief, field operations
$5,027:
Organization and methods examiner..
$4,902:
Field service office manager, chief of
voucher section
'
$4,777:
Field service office manager
$4,526:
Field service office manager, plant
superintendent, distribution officer, administrative assistant
$4,400:
Field service office manager
$4,275:
Field service office manager, supervisor of planning and production
section, chief of personnel section. _.
$4,150:
Field service office manager, plant
superintendent, chief of finance,
administrative assistant
$3,898
$3,773_.
$3,648—
$3,523
__.
$3,397
$3,272
$3,146
$3,021
$2,921
$2,896
.
$2,845...
..,
$2,770
$2,704
$2,695.
_
$2,645
$2,620
$2,544
$2,469
_
$2,394
$2,319
_
$2,244
$2,168.
$2,093...
_
$2,020.
$1,954
$1,888...
$1,822
_
$1,756...
$1,690
Total permanent, field

20, 243, 716

21, 316,890

21,316,890

1

7,342

1

7,342

1

7,342

1

6,255

1

6,384

1

6,384

2

10,536

2

10,808

2

10,808

2

5,236

1

5,153

1

5,153

5,468

2

9,804

4,748

1

4,777

by law.

4

16,531

4

18,104

7

30,580

7

All personal services, field
01

Personal services




1

4

4,777

18,104

30,800

6
12,719

3

26,400

2

3

E s t i m a t e , 1948

Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Transferred from "Overtime, leave, and
holiday compensation" (back pay for
claims)
Prior year balance available
Total available for obligation
Balance available in subsequent year

$135,000
$68,128
135,000
-68,128

68,128

66,872

68,128

$66, 872

$68,128

8,550

Total obligations.

12,825

_._

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

10
1
2
12
13
31
28
62
74
58
115
54
77
160
21
41
125
6

10,945
3,898
11,319
29,184
38,753
37, 367
13,088
6,292
12,084
2,921
34, 752
25, 605
27,700
2,704
5,390
31, 740
34,060
78,864
69,132
148, 428
171, 606
130,152
249,320
113,022
155, 540
312, 640

16,600
3,898
11, 319
21,888
31,707
30,573
13,088
6,292
9,363
2,921
28,960
19,915
23,936

9
4
2
3
1
10
7

1

4,150
7,546
18, 240
28,184
27,176
9,816
6,292
6,042
17,376
11,380
13,850

4,204
26,450
23, 580
50,880
56, 787
119,900
115,950
98,736
173,440
89,999
121,200
273, 560
32,096
60,126
175, 600
8,450

2,695
15,870
13,100
30, 528
34,566
71,820
69, 570
60, 588
140,064
54,418
72,720
166,090
25,544
10,932
93,068

775
1,757,415
31,474

456
1,063,143
91,275

775

74,702
219,500
10,140

2,200,104
800

-_

Overtime, Leave, and Holiday Compensation (Transfer to Government Printing Office) —
A c t u a l , 1947

456
1,154,418

50
44
80
43
60
140
17
33
100
5

01 Personal services

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 Classification Act of 1923, as amended, and compensation of employees
who shall be subject to the provisions of the Act entitled "An Act to
regulate and fix rates of pay for employees and officers of the Government Printing Office", approved June 7, 1924 (44 U. S. C. 40),
[$1,321,500] $1,481,500. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act,
1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $1,321,500
Estimate 1949, $1,481,500
A c t u a l , 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings. Total obligations

-.

$1,321, 500
-6,277

$1,321,500

$1,481,500

1,315,223

1,321,500

1,481, 500

$1,315, 223

$1,321, 500

$1,481, 500

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Net permanent, field (average number, net salary)
__.
Temporary employment, field
W. A. E. employment, field
Overtime and holiday pay,
field
Night-work differential, field. _.

(Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)

193

985

Add terminal leave in excess of lapses

Printing and binding for Congress chargeable to the foregoing
appropriation, when recommended to be done by the Committee on
Printing of either House, shall be so recommended in a report containing an approximate estimate of the cost thereof, together with a
statement from the Public Printer of estimated approximate cost of
work previously ordered by Congress within the fiscal year for
which this appropriation is made.
During the fiscal year [1948] 1949 any executive department
or independent establishment of the Government ordering printing
and binding or blank paper and supplies from the Government
Printing Office shall pay promptly by check to the Public Printer
upon his written request, either in advance or upon completion of
the 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
herewith shall not be subject to audit or certification in advance of
payment: Provided, That proper adjustments on the basis of the
actual cost of delivered work paid for in advance shall be made
monthly or quarterly and as may be agreed upon by the Public
Printer and the department or establishment concerned. All sums
paid to the Public Printer for work that he is authorized by law to
do; all sums received from sales of wastepaper, other waste material,
and condemned property; and for losses or damage to Government
property; shall be deposited to the credit, on the books of the Treasury Department, of the appropriation made for the working capital
of the Government Printing Office and be subject to requisition by
the Public Printer.
No part of any money appropriated in this Act shall be paid to
any person employed in the Government Printing Office while
detailed for or performing service in the executive branch of the
public service of the United States unless such detail be authorized

2,200,904
23,456
110
74,085
70,687

01 Personal services.
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

52,882
10,000

30,000

2,369,242

1,851,771

1,184,418

22,612,958

23,168,661

22,501,308

Num- Total NumDepartmental:
ber
salary ber
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 14. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Superintendent of Documents
1
$8,180
1
Grade 12. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Assistant superintendent of documents
1
5,905
1

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary
$8,180

1

$8,479

5,905

1

6.144

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Actual, 1947

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE—Continued
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS--Con.

OFFICE OF STJPEKINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS—Continued

Salaries, OflBice of Superintendent of Documents—Continued
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

06
07
08
09

Printing and binding..
Other contractual services.
Supplies and materials.
Equipment
Total obligations

$235,409
37,756
89,012
3,804

$232,700
38,000
90,000
5,000

$328,000
49,000
132,000
85,000

369,975

370,000

608,100

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Departmental—Continued
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service- NumContinued
ber
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Chief of section.
i
Grade 8. Range $3,773 to $4,526.
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150_.
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
]
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
30
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
39
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
105
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
145
Professional service:
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Librarian
1
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Librarian
_
1
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
6
Grade 1. Range $2,645 to $3,397.
17
Subprofessional service:
Grade 5. Range $2,394 to $2,845
8
Grade 2. Range $1,822 to $2,244
1
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168.
3
Wages per hour:
$1.50:
Unit supervisor
1
$1.43:
Unit supervisor—
1
$1.34:
Assistant unit supervisor
2
$1.19:
Assembler.
6

Total Numsalary ber
7
$29,425
2
7,546
30, 823
9
24,419
8
82,232 30
98,403
39
244, 539 105
300,447 144

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary
$30,051
7,614
31,153
24,761
84,279
98,819
246,994
308,130

35
46
115
163

$30, 543
7,696
31,640
25, 065
99,004
117, 527
273,924
352, 456

4,921

1

5,152

4,150
21,763
47,095

1
6
17

4,222
22,206
48,457

1
6
20

4,275
22,920
64,892

20,657
1,888
5,466

7
1

18,844
1,888

7
1

5,466

3

1

3,120

1

3,120

2,974

1

2,974

1

2,974

4,902

Total permanent, departmental
Deduct lapses
_
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)

5,574

2

5,574

2

5,574

14,851

6

14,851

6

Personal services

38,896

16

36,608

16

36,608

289,224

135

289,224

142

304,221

41

81,016

52

102,752

Appropriation or estimate
Estimated savings, unobligated balance-Total obligations

$353,000
-92,255

$400,000

$400,000

260, 745

400,000

400,000

$260,745

$400,000

$400,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

81,016

587 1,373,495
39.6 79,471

1,315,223

584 1,385,257
37
73,682

04 Penalty mail

Total, Government Printing Office, annual appropriations,
general accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $16,611,500
Estimate 1949, $19,189,600

646 1,546,365
37
73,682

547
1,311,575
9,925

1,472,683
8,817

1,321,500

1,481,500

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, 81 U. S. C. 725s; decisions
of Comptroller General, Jan. 2 and Feb. 21, 1936.)
Appropriated (est.) 1948, $2,000,000
Estimate 1949, $2,200,000

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, disinfectant,
and ice; drayage, express, freight, telephone, and telegraph service;
traveling expenses (not to exceed t$200] $1,500); repairs to buildings, elevators, and machinery; rental of equipment; preserving
sanitary condition of building; light, heat, and power; stationery
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATIONS
and office printing, including blanks, price lists, bibliographies,
Appropriation or
catalogs, and indexes; for supplying books to depository libraries; Prior year balanceestimate.
available
in all, [$370,0001 $608,100: Provided, That no part of this sum shall
Total available for obligation
be used to supply to depository libraries any documents, books, or
other printed matter not requested by such libraries, and the Balance available in subsequent year
requests therefor shall be subject to approval by the Superintendent
Total obligations
of Documents. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS
Appropriated 1948, $370,000
Estimate 1949, $608,100
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

04 C ommunications services
06 Printing and binding..
_
13 Refun ds, awards, and indemnities
Total obligations

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

14,851

547.4
1,294,024
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental..
21,199

01

Actual, 1947
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

$1.10:

Assembler, wrapper, machine operator, stockkeeper and office helper. 17
$1.03:
Wrapper, stockkeeper, machine
135
helper
$0.95:
Machine helper, stockkeeper, wrapper, skilled laborer and bindery
operative
_
41

Penalty Mail Costs, Government Printing Office—
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 364] (89 U. 8. C.
821d), $400,000. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $400,000
Estimate 1949, $400,000

5,466

3,120

PENALTY MAIL, GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

19,194
1,888

3

Total, Office of Superintendent of Documents, annual
appropriations, general accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $1,691,500
Estimate 1949, $2,089,600

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate,1949

$1,850,000
+177,915

$2,000,000
247,439

$2,200,000

2,027,915
-247,439

2,247,439

2,200,000

1,780,476

2,247,439

2,200,000

$24,259
1,384,621
371, 596

$29,217
1, 739,518
478,704

$28,600
1, 702,800
468,600

1,780,476

2,247,439

2,200,000

$370,000
-25

$370,000

$608,100

369, 975

370,000

608,100

Total, legislative branch, general accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $56,430,573.22
Estimate 1949, $60,488,115

$85
1,540
|999
1,370

$200
1,800
1,000
1,300

$1,500
2,800
1,800
8,000

Total, legislative branch, trust accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $2,317,700
Estimate 1949, $2,313,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

02
03
04
05

Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Rents and utilityfcservices




LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
GENERAL PROVISIONS—LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
SEC. 102. Purchases may be made from the foregoing appropriations under the "Government Printing Office", as provided for
in the Printing Act approved January 12, 1895, and without reference to section 4 of the Act approved June 17, 1910 (41 U. S. C. 7),
concerning purchases for executive departments.
SEC. 103. In order to keep the expenditures for printing and
binding for the fiscal year £1948] 1949 within or under the appropriations for such fiscal year, 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. 104. No part of the funds appropriated in this Act shall be
used for the maintenance or care of private vehicles.
SEC. 105. Whenever any office or position not specifically established by the Legislative Pay Act of 1929 is appropriated for herein
or whenever the rate of compensation or designation of any position
appropriated for herein is different from that specifically established
for such position by such Act, the rate of compensation and the
designation of the position, or either, appropriated for or provided
herein, shall be the permanent law with respect thereto: Provided,
That the provisions relating to positions and salaries thereof carried
in House Resolutions 628, 691, and 693 (Seventy-ninth Congress)
and House Resolutions 42, 54, 74, 78, 96, 113, and 183 (Eightieth
Congress) shall be the permanent law with respect thereto.
SEC. 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.
SEC. 107. No part of any appropriation contained in this Act shall
be used to pay the salary or wages of any person who engages in a
strike against the Government of the United States or who is a member of an organization of Government employees that asserts the
right to strike against the Government of the United States, or who
advocates, or is a member of an organization that advocates, the
overthrow of the Government of the United States by force or
violence: Provided, That for the purposes hereof an affidavit shall
be considered prima facie evidence that the person making the
affidavit has not contrary to the provisions of this section engaged
in a strike against the Government of the United States, is not a
member of an organization of Government employees that asserts
the right to strike against the Government of the United States, or
that such person does not advocate, and is not a member of an
organization that advocates, the overthrow of the Government of
the United States by force or violence: Provided further,- That any
person who engages in a strike against the Government of the
United States or who is a member of an organization of Government
employees that asserts the right to strike against the Government of
the United States, or 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 appropriation contained
in this Act shall be guilty of a felony and, upon conviction, shall be
fined not 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.

(Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1948.)




THE JUDICIARY
Comparative Summary of Appropriations and Appropriation Estimates
Appropriations for 1948
Bureau or subdivision

Presentlyavailable

Supplemental
required

Total

Estimates of
appropriation
for 1949

Increase (+) or
decrease (—),
1949 over 1948

GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS
Annual appropriations:
United States Supreme Court
Other Federal courts
Administrative Office of the United States Courts

$955, 720
18, 792, 445
400,000

$955, 720
18, 792, 445
400,000

$1,163,400
19, 352,100
435,900

+$207,680
+559, 655
+35,900

Total annual appropriations
Permanent appropriation, special account

20,148,165
4,000

20,148,165
4,000

20,951, 400
1,500

+803, 235
- 2 , 500

Total, general and special accounts

20,152,165

20,152,165

20,952,900

+800, 735

--

EXPLANATORY STATEMENT
GENERAL

In accordance with law, estimates for The Judiciary
are included in the Budget without revision, in the amounts
approved by the Judicial Conference of Senior Circuit
Judges, except that estimates for the Supreme Court
and the three lower courts having special jurisdiction in
customs, patents, and claims litigation are included in the
amounts approved by the respective courts.
Appropriations for The Judiciary provide funds for
operation of all Federal courts, including the payment of
salaries of judges and judicial officers and employees, and
for their miscellaneous expenses. Provision is also made
for the staff and expenses of the Administrative Office of
the United States Courts.
Estimates for the fiscal year 1949 anticipate the employment of additional personnel in various judicial functions,
and increased cost of travel and other expenses of The
Judiciary.
UNITED STATES SUPREME

COURT

The principal increase reflected in the estimates for
the Supreme Court is an amount of $185,000 for additional air-conditioning equipment and for alterations to
the Court library. Small increases are included for additional personnel, salary adjustments, within-grade promotions, and miscellaneous expenses. These increases are
offset in part by a reduction in the estimate for printing
and binding because of transfer of part of the estimate to
an appropriation under the general heading, "Other Federal courts." Also, the Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Rules for Civil Procedure, which received a
small appropriation in the current year, is requesting no
further appropriation for 1949.




OTHER FEDERAL

STATEMENT

COURTS

The increases under this heading include $384,615 for
additional personnel, of which $180,000 is to provide additional court criers, some of whom will be in lieu of bailiffs
formerly paid from a Department of Justice appropriation
which is eliminated from the 1949 estimates. Wi thingrade promotions of employees are estimated to require
an addition of $194,880 and, largely because of the general
rise in prices of services, supplies, and equipment, an
additional amount of $323,750 is included for travel, printing and binding, and miscellaneous expenses. Partly offsetting these increases are the elimination of the nonrecurring amount of $370,000 for preparation of plans and
specifications for a new courthouse in the District of
Columbia, and a reduction of $61,000 in miscellaneous
salaries of the courts in accordance with the elimination
of certain language from the text of the estimate.
The estimates also anticipate that during the fiscal year
1949 the general fund of the Treasury will be reimbursed
in the amount of $700,000 from the special accounts for
the salaries and expenses of referees in bankruptcy, which
amount equals the appropriations from the general fund
to establish these special accounts at the beginning of the
fiscal year 1948.
ADMINISTRATIVE

OFFICE

OF THE UNITED STATES

COURTS

This Office is responsible to the Judicial Conference of
Senior Circuit Judges for the performance of administrative services to The Judiciary, the preparation and reporting of statistical data relating to the activities of the
courts, and similar matters. The increase reflected in
the 1949 estimates for the Office is to provide additional
personnel required because of added responsibilities and
duties placed upon the Office, principally by the act of
June 28, 1946, providing a system for the payment of
salaries and expenses of referees in bankruptcy.
31

32

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATION

UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT
Actual, 1947 Estimate,1948 Estimate,l949
Salaries, Supreme Court—
Salaries: For the Chief Justice and eight Associate Justices;
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS
Reporter of the Court; and all other officers and employees, whose 06 Printing and binding...
$1,352
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, [$762,500] $786,600. Preparation of Rules for Civil Procedure, Supreme Court—
(28 U. S. C. 321, 324, 825; Departments of State, Justice and Com[Preparation of rules for civil procedure: For expenses of the
merce, and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948-)
Supreme Court incident to proposed amendments or additions to
Appropriated 1948, $762,500
Estimate 1949, $786,600 the rules of Civil Procedure for the District Courts of the United
States pursuant to the Act of June 19, 1934 (48 Stat. 1064), including personal services in the District of Columbia and printing and
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
binding, to be expended as the Chief Justice in his discretion may
approve, including per diem allowances in lieu of actual expenses
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION
for subsistence at rates to be fixed by him not to exceed $10 per
day, $5,420.] (Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and
Appropriation or estimate
$710, 706
$786,600
$762, 500
-12,360
the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations
786,600
698,346
762, 500
Appropriated 1948, $5,420
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Actual, 1947

01 Personal services

$762, 500

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

$786,600
F U N D S AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Field:
Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Salaries established by law:
salary
ber
salary ber
ber
salary
Rate of $25,500:
$25,500
Chief Justice
1 $25,500
1 $25,083
Rate of $25,000:
200,000
Associate Justice.-.
8 200,000
8 196,666
Rate of $10,000:
Reporter
__
10,000
1
10,000
1
10,000
Rate of $7,681:
Marshal
7,681
1 7,681
1 7,681
Salaries established by the Supreme
Court:
Rate of $10,000:
Administrative assistant
1
10,000
10,000
1
10,000
Range $6,496 to $7,549:
Librarian
__
7,549
7,549
7,549
Assistant reporter.
7,549
7,549
7,286
Range $5,392 to $6,496:
Law clerk
5,944
5,944
5,944
Assistant reporter
6,496
__
6,220
6,496
Associate librarian
6,220
6,220
6,220
Secretary
6,220
5,530
5,530
Range $4,978 to $5,806:
5,806
Assistant marshal
5,668
5, 530
Chief clerk
5,806
5,668
5,530
Secretary
51,163
10
Range $4,565 to $5,392:
Law clerk
81,861
14
71,628
16
10
51,163
Assistant librarian
4
19,500
4
19,913
3
14,521
Secretary
10
45,645
10
45,645
Range $4 151 to $4,978:
Press clerk
4,289
4,289
4,289
Range $3,737 to $4,565
15, 776
16, 741
16,328
Range $3,323 to $4,151.
—3,874
7.474
7,336
Range $3,185 to $4,013
14,672
15', 775
15, 224
•Range $2,964 to $3,599
3,213
3,323
3,323
Range $2,909 to $3,737
2,964
3,185
3,047
5,929
Range $2,716 to $3,212
6,177
6,094
2,799
2,964
2,882
Range $2,633 to $3,130
35,558
36,138
Range $2,468 to $2,964
36, 552
2,633
Range $2,385 to $2,882
2,716
2,716
100,946
105,561
Range $2,222 to $2,716
107,552
9,131
Range $2,149 to $2,633
11, 599
11,444
10,820
Range $2,004 to $2,385
10,983
10,900
51,366
.._.
54,316
Range $1,859 to $2,222
53,084
1,188
Range $1,188 to $1,542
1,188
1,188
Total permanent, field_.
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, field (average number, net salary)
Temporary employment, field
Part-time employment, field
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base,
5 U . S. C.944
01

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance reappropriated
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations..

$2,448

Personal services. _
Travel
C ommunication services
Printing and binding
O ther contractual services
Supplies and materials. _

$1,520
1,500

Total obligations

57
2,084
733
11
.„

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

W. A. E . employment, field

700
800
900

5,333

5,420

Total
salary

Total
salary

$2,448

$1,520

Total
salary

Printing and Binding, Supreme Court—
Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the Supreme Court of the United States, [$25,000, of which amount not
to exceed $18,000 shall be available immediately! $8,500, to be expended as required without allotment by quarters, and to be executed by such printer as the Court may designate. (28 V. S. C.
336; 44 U> S. C. Ill; Departments of State, Justice and Commerce,
and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $25,000
Estimate 1949, $3,500
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

F U N D S AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

675,726
19,630

155 720,132
2. 2 5,082

157 742,542
1.2 1,819

142

656,096
2,564
38,148

152.8 715,050
5,000
39,187

155.8 740,723
5,000
39,187

Total available for obligation
Balance available in subsequent year

1,538

3,263

1,690
786,600

5,420

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
02
04
06
07
08

147
5

762,500

$5,420

5,333

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance available _
Available from subsequent year appropriation
_
_
Available in prior year
_

Personal services.

$6,674
-1,341

Obligations incurred
Comparative transfer to "Printing and
binding, reports, Supreme Court"
Total obligations

$25,000
1,500

$8,500

$42,600

60,600
-1,500

8,500

8,500

59,100

8,500

8,500

9,833

8,500

8,500

$9,833

$8,500

$8,500

18,000

-18,000

-49,267

Preparation of Rules for Criminal Proceedings, Supreme Court—
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Actual, 1947
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

Prior year balance reappropriated
Unobligated balance, estimated s a v i n g s Total obligations




$11,072
-9,720
1,352

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

06 Printing and binding

Miscellaneous Expenses, Supreme Court—
Miscellaneous expenses: For miscellaneous expenses to be expended as the Chief Justice may approve, [$40,0001 including
purchase of one passenger motor vehicle, $45,100, of which amount
not to exceed $1,600 shall be available for deposit in the [general

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THE JUDICIARY
fund of the} Treasury for .[cost of] penalty mail (39 U. S. C.
82Id). (Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $40,000
Estimate 1949, $45,100
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings._.

$28, 600
-219

40,000

45,100

$115
6,652
370
7,532
858
9,992
2,862

$500
6, 500
1, 600
15, 900
1,000
10. 600
3,900

$500
6,500
1,600
17, 400
3,100
10, 600
5,400

$500

$400
18, 400
1,000

18,800
1,400

100,809

Personal services

16, 47(3
984

108, 340

113, 940

$45,100

28,381

_

$40,000

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C. 944
....
Overtime pay, additional compensation,
and holiday pay, field
Night-work differential, field
01

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Total obligations

Actual, 1947

Total, United States Supreme Court, annual appropriations,
general accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $955,720
Estimate 1949, $1,163,400

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

02 Travel
04 Communication services
Penalty mail
06 Printing and binding
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment

._

Total obligations

28,381

40, 000

45,100

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; 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, as amended, and 3744 of the Revised
Statutes (41'U. S. C. 5, 16); |[$122,800J $823,200. (Departments
of State, Justice and Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation
Ad, 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $323,200
Appropriated 1948, $122,800
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1919

OTHER FEDERAL COURTS
UNITED STATES COURTS FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

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. (Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the
Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
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, [$11,200] $5,300, to be expended under the direction of the
Architect of the Capitol. (18 Stat. 374, ch. 180; 28 U. S. C. 444-450;
Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $11,200
Estimate 1949, $5,300
Actual, 1947

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings--Total obligations

$121,231
- 2 , 095

$122. 800
-200

$323, 200

122, 600

119,136

323, 200

01 Personal services.__.
02 Travel
07 Other contractual services:
General annual repairs
Annual painting
Snow removal-._
___
Improvements and alterations to
provide additional accommodations for lawyers
Improvements and alterations to increase tne library capacity
Improvements and alterations, telephone exchange
Air conditioning ground floor, increasing capacity of refrigeration
plant, and other related improvements
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment:
Annual
Replacement (4 cooling and exhaust
fans)

$100, 809
20

$108,340

$113, 940

5,792
3,466
208

6,500
2, 000
150

6.500
2,000
150
3,000

3,500

5,675
3,166




110,000
5,000

5,000
610

610
3,500

Number

Total
salary

323, 200

122, 600

119,136

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Total permanent, field
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, field (average number, net salary)

_._

$12,500
-186

$11,200

$5,300

12,314

11,200

5,300

$2, 758

$2,800

$2,800

1,166
8,390

1,200
7,200

1,200
1,300

12,314

11, 200

5,300

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

07 Other contractual services:
General annual repairs _ „
Maintenance, air-conditioning system, annual
Annual painting
Total obligations

75, 000

Total obligations

Field:
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 9. Range $3,272 to $4,024
Grade 8. Range $2,896 to $3,648
Grade 7. Range $2,695 to $3,272
Grade 6. Range $2,469 to $2,921.
Grade 5. Range $2,244 to $2,695
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings..Total obligations

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary ber salary

1

$2,822

1

$2,845

1

$2,845

1
5
3
6
6
3
10

3,609
14,851
8,131
15,854
14,363
6,615
19,070

1
5
3
6
6
3
10

3,736
15,481
8,788
16,265
14,739
6,711
20,575

1
5
3
- 7
6
3
10

3,860
16,090
9, 105
19,156
15,166
6,941
21,177

35
1

85,315
2,466

35
0.5

89,140
1,000

36
94,340
0.5 1,000

34

82,849

34.5

88,140

35.5 93,340

Repairs and Improvements, United States Court of Appeals for the
District of ColumbiaRepairs 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, [$3,800] $2,500, to be
expended under the direction of the Architect of the Capitol. (37
Stat. 964, ch. 150; 45 Stat. 671, ch. 659; 28 U. S. C. 4U~450; Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $3,800
Estimate 1949, $2,500
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

A ppropriation or estimate
Prior year balance reappropriated___
Total available for obligation
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations
...

$11,000
10,500

$3,800

$2,500

21, 500
-242

3,800

2,500

21,258

3,800

2,500

T H E BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949

UNITED STATES COURTS FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA—COn.

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Repairs and Improvements, United States Court of Appeals for the
District of Columbia—Continued
Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Actual, 1947
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

07 Other contractual services:
General annual repairs
Maintenance, air conditioning system, annual
Emergency repairs, air conditioning system, special
Cleaning air conditioning ducts,
special
Emergency repairs, steam lines
Painting
_._
Total obligations

$1,977

$1,800

$1,800

760

700

700

10,391

Field—Continued
Clerical, administrative, fiscal s e r v i c e - Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
salary
salary ber
Continued
ber
salary ber
Grade 12. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
1
$6,669
Marshal
1
Reporter
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
$9,173
2
8.690
Assistant clerk
5
20,933
5
20,694
21.282
Grade 8. Range $3,773 to $4,526
1
3.344
9,506
3,224
1
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
1
2,896
3,002
1
2,761
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
4,441
4,585
4,731
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
4,055
3,801
3,928
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
Total permanent, field
Deduct lapses

798
487
6,845

1,300

21,258

3,800

2,500

21 150,232
794
0.2

21

Net permanent, field (average number, net salary)
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C. 944

20.8 149,438

20.9 154,200

220

500

260

149,658

154, 700

162,100

01
Plans and Specifications, Courthouse for the United States Court
of Appeals and District Court of the United States for the District
of Columbia—
[Plans and specifications for a courthouse for the United States
Court of Appeals and District Court of the United States for the
District of Columbia: To enable the Commissioner of Public Buildings to carry out the provisions of section 5 of the Act of May 29,
1947 (Public Law 80), and the Commissioner of Public Buildings
hereafter shall exercise all the powers, and perform all the duties
conferred on the Architect of the Capitol by sections 1 and 5 of such
Act, $370,000.]
(The Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $370,000
Obligations: 07 Other contractual services—1948, $370,000.

COURT OF CUSTOMS AND PATENT APPEALS
Salaries and Expenses, United States Court of Customs and Patent
Appeals—
Salaries and expenses: For salaries of the presiding judge, four
associate judges, and all other officers and employees of the court,
and necessary expenses of the court, including exchange of books,
traveling expenses, and printing and binding, as may be approved
by the presiding judge, [$168,000] $177,400: Provided, That not to
exceed $180 of this appropriation shall be available for deposit in
the [general fund of t h e ] Treasury for [cost o f ] penalty mail (39
U. S. C. 32Id).
(28 U. S. C. 801, 806; 31 U. S. C. 588; Departments
of State, Justice and Commerce, and the Judiciary
Appropriation
Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $168,000

Estimate 1949, $177,400
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings. _.
Total obligations

$164,315
-1,976

$168,000

$177,400

162, 339

168,000

177,400

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
02
03
04
06
07
08
09

Personal services
- Travel - .
Transportation of things
Communication services
Penalty mail
Printing and binding
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment
Total obligations-

$149,658
100
753
87
8,900
201
542
2,098

$154, 700
130
20
750
180
10,000
370
400
1,450

$162,100
130
20
750
180
12,000
370
400
1,450

162,339

168,000

177,400

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Ivium- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Field:
Professional service:
ber
salary ber
salary
salary ber
Rate of $17,500:
Presiding judge
_.
1 $17,083
1 $17,500
1 $17,500
Associate judge
.
4
68,334
4
70,000
4
70,000
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 14. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Clerk
1
8,180
1
8,387
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Maishal
___-:_-___:-_;_1
7,102
1
7,102
Reporter
.
__ -'••-••
1
7,102
1
7,102
. 1
7,866
Clerk
..,




Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Actual, 1947

OTHER FEDERAL COURTS—Continued

Personal services

154,500

23

161,840

23

161, 840

300

0.1

UNITED STATES CUSTOMS COURT
Salaries and Expenses, United States Customs Court—•
Salaries and expenses: For salaries of the presiding judge, eight
judges, and all other officers and employees of the court, and
necessary expenses of the court, including exchange of books,
traveling expenses, and printing and binding, as may be approved
by the presiding judge, [$356,400] $361,700: 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 t h e ] Treasury for [cost o f ] penalty mail
(39 U. S. C. 321d).
(19 U. S. C. 1518; 28 U. S. C. 296, 297; 81
U. S. C. 588; Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the
Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $356,400

Estimate 1949, $361,700
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings-..

$356,400

$361,700

320,974

356,400

361,700

$308,089
7,240
1,080
1,699
278
590
66
1,219
713

$341,000
7,500
1,400
1,800
500
1,000
100
1,100
2,000

$346,300
7,500
1,400
1,800
500
1,000
100
1,100
2,000

320,974

Total obligations

$336,950
-15,976

356,400

361,700

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
02
03
04
06
07
08
09

Personal services
Travel..._
Transportation of things
Communication services
Penalty mail
Printing and binding
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment
Total obligations
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Field:
salary ber
salary ber
Professional service:
ber
salary
Rate of $15,000:
$14,583
Presiding judge
1 $15,000
$15,000
Judge
116,665
120,000
8 120,000
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Secretary
_
9
45,044
9
44,118
9
46,106
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Clerk of court
7,102
7,213
7,342
1
1
Grade 11. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Court reporter
29,412
6
29,875
6
30,415
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Marshal
4,772
1
4,892
1
4,902
Chief, reappraisement division
1
1
4,627
4,747
Chief, protest division
1
1
4,627
4,747
Chief, stenographic, typing, a n d
1
1
reporting division
4,275
4,318
1
Editor and librarian.
1
4,125
4,246
1
1
Grade 8. Range $3,773 to $4,526._
20,980
3,773
3,773
3
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
3
11,002
11,364
11, 725
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
6
6
19,809
20,292
20, 774
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
15
15
45, 773
46, 790 15
47, 876
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
7,257
3
3
7,269
7,414
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
8,821
4
4
8,942
9,087
6,014
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
3
6,082
6,218
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 5. Range $2,244 to $2,695
2,695
2,695
2, 695
Total permanent, field

.,.

66 339,003

66 346,885

66 351,385

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THE JUDICIARY
Actual, 1947
D E T A I L OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.
Deduct lapses __

_-.

N e t permanent, field (average n u m ber, net salary)
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U . S. C. 944
01

Number

Estimate, 1948

3

Total
salary

2.4 $5,885

339, 400

57. 9 307,388
701

63.6 345, 500

1,600

308,089

Personal services

Actual, 1947

Num- Total
ber
salary

$7,485

Total N u m salary ber

8.1 $31,615

Estimate, 1949

341,000

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Deduct lapses

COURT OF CLAIMS

Salaries and Expenses, Court of Claims—
Salaries and expenses: For salaries of the chief justice, four
judges, seven regular and five additional commissioners, and all
other officers and employees of the court, 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
'An 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, and as also
amended by an Act approved July 1, 1944; and necessary expenses
of the court including traveling expenses, and printing and binding;
[$450,000] $455,000: Provided, That not to exceed $500 of this
appropriation shall be available for deposit in the [general fund of
t h e ] Treasury for [cost of] penalty mail (39 U. S. C. 321d). (28
U. S. C. 241, 244, H7; 31 U. S. C. 588; 41 U. £. C. 114; Departments
of State, Justice and Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation
Act, 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $455,000
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savingsTotal obligations.

$450,000
- 9 7 , 553

$450,000

352, 447

05
06
07
08
09

Personal services. _
Travel.
Communication services._.
Penalty mail
Rents and utility services..
Printing and binding
Other contractual servicesSupplies and materials
_
Equipment

450,000

$6,186

1.1 $4,186

54. 4 303,019
126

62

353,430

62. 9 359,380
1,050

2,000

Personal services

$355,430
17,000
1,750
500
20,000
38, 000
1,000
5,500
10, 820

$360,430
17,000
1,750
500
20, 000
38, 000
1,000
5,500
10,820

352, 447

450, 000

455, 000

360, 430

355, 430

304,001

Appropriated 1948, $11,000

Estimate 1949, $32,100
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...

$21, 500
-371

$11,000

$32,100

21,129

11,000

32,100

$2, 610
5,207

Total obligations

$2, 600
3, 500

$3,100
3,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

07 Other contractual services:
General annual repairs.
Annual painting
Alterations and improvements to
provide additional accommodations
Fireproofing system, attic section
Improvement, exterior of building
Replacement of boiler
Remodelling basement floor storage
rooms for office use _
..
09 Equipment fair conditioning units)

25,000
2,500
2,400
12,327
985
1,000

_.

Total obligations

455, 000

$304,001
4,712
976
93
1,484
31,428
752
3,524
5,477

Total obligations.

2

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, [$11,0003 $32,100.
(31 Stat. 1135; Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the
Judiciary Appropriation Actf 1948.)

$455,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS
01
02
04

$5,198

346,300

01

Appropriated 1948, $450,000

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary ber salary ber salary
1.6

Net permanent, field (average number, net salary)
Temporary employment, field
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C. 944

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

21,129

32,100

11,000

TEKRITOKIAL COURTS

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, [$96,5001 $106,500. (48 U. S. C. 632, 634a; 28
U. S. C. 5; Act of May 11, 1945, Public Act 142 Legislature, Territory
of Hawaii; Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the
Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $96,500
Estimate 1949, $106,500
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES
NumField:
ber
Professional service:
Rate of $17,500:
1
Ciiief justice
4
Judge
Rate of $9,377:
8
Commissioner
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 14, Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Chief clerk
Grade 13, Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Auditor
Grade 12, Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Reporter
Financial officer
Grade 11. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Secretary to court
Assistant clerk
A dministrati ve assistant
Grade 10. Range $4,526 to $5,278:
Stenographer-law clerk
Grade 8. Range $3,773 to $4,526
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150.__
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
__.
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
1
Grade 6. Range $2,244 to $2,695._______
14
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
2
Unclassified

Total permanent, field-




56

Total N u m salary ber

Total N u m salary ber

Total
salary

$17,083
68,334

1
4

$17,500
70,000

1
4

11

103,147

11

103,147

$96, 500

$106, 500

$96,500

$106,500

$17,500
70,000

75,012

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services
9,077

9,215

9,377

7,507

7,618

6,863
6,623

6,863
6,844

5,702
5,702
5,153

5,905
5,905
5,153

5,905
5, 905
5,259

4,535
20,998

4,984
25,775
3,855
51, 684

7,341
6,863
6,494

1
1

10,790
30,386

1
16

5,105
26.499
3; 976
53,049
2,223

2,168

2,371
30,644
1,732

14
2

31,600
1,732

14
2

32, 564
1,732

308,217

64

359,616

64

363,566

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Field:
Ungraded:
Rate of $10,500:
Chief justice
Rate of $10,000:
Associate justice..
Retired justice....
Rate of $7,500:
Judge
Retired judge
Rate of $7,000:
Judge
Total permanent, field..
Deduct lapses
01

Personal services (average number,
net salary)..-.

Number

Total N u m salary ber

Total Numsalary ber
1'

Total
salary
$10,500

1

$10,500

1

$10,500

2

20,000

2

20,000

20,000
10,000

6
1

45,000
7,500

6

45,000

45,000

3

21,000

21,000

3

21,000

13
104,000
0.9
6,312

12

96,500

13

106,500

12.1

12

96,500

13

106,500

97,6

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

OTHER FEDERAL COURTS—Continued
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS OF EXPENSE

D E T A I L OF P E R S O N A L SERVICES—Con.

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, [$4,515,000] $4,575,000: 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, 5, 213, 875, 875a; 48
U. S. C. 1305, 1344, 1848, 1353; Departments of State, Justice and
Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $4,515,000
Estimate 1949, $4,575,000

Field—Continued
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service—
Continued
Grade 10. Range $4,526 to $5,278:
Deputy clerk
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Deputy clerk
Grade 8. Range $3,773 to $4,526
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
Grade 1. Range $1,7£6 to $2,168
Unclassified

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
..-Unobligated balance, estimated savings...

$4,364,000
-14,634

$4, 515,000

$4, 575,000

4,349,316

4,515,000

4, 575,000

$4,349,316

$4, 515, 000

$4, 575,000

Total obligations.
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services.
D E T A I L OF P E R S O N A L SERVICES

Field:
Ungraded:
Kate of $17,500:Circuit judge.

Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary ber salary
_

Rate of $15,500:
District judge.
Rate of $15,000:
District judge
Retired and resigned judges

Total permanent, field
Deduct lapses
01

Personal services (average number,
net salary)

59
$1,007,918
1

15,085

59
$1,032,500
1

15,500

Number

Total
salary

59
$1,032,500
1

15,500

200 2, 916, 667
42 505,500
302
4,445,170
6.2
95, 854

200 3, 000, 000
42 505,500
302
4, 553, 500
2.5
38, 500

200 3,000,000
46 565,500
306
4, 613, 500
2.5
38,500

295.8
4,349,316

299.5
4, 515,000

303.5
4, 575,000

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, [$3,631,295] $3,776,000.
(5 U. S. C. 677, 678; 28 U. S. C. 6, 7, 144, 545, 547, 557-570; 48
U. S. C. 1805, 1844; Departments of State, Justice and Commerce,
and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Estimate 1949, $3,776,000
Appropriated 1948, $3,631,295
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

13 $51,709
22
25
78
123
193
231
142
103
16
33

100,081
103,290
291, 214
407, 323
560, 760
584, 375
332, 791
220,655
29,854
32,130

3, 507, 013
14 33, 539

Net permanent, field (average num1,077
ber, net salary)
Temporary employment, field.
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C. 944
Additional pay for foreign service, field___
01

Personal services

__

13 $63, 297
22
25
79
124
194
231
142
103
16
33

100, 464
105, 690
299, 878
423, 372
585, 305
600, 025
341, 971
228, 775
30, 644
32,130

1,094

1,091

Total permanent, field
Deduct lapses

Actual, 1947

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber
salary ber salary ber salary
13 $64,857
22
25
79
127
198
237
143
103
16
33

102, 766
108, 232
308, 496
444,659
617,271
629, 394
353, 075
236, 527
31,422
32,130

1,108

3, 606, 500
26 61, 500
1,068

3 735, 955
14 33, 500
1,094

3,473, 474
38, 500

3 545, 000
35, 000

3 702, 455
35, 000

12, 410
22,841

28, 000
23,295

15, 000
23, 545

3 547, 225

3,631,295

3 776,000

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, Wyoming; Evanston, Wyoming; or Lander, Wyoming; but
this paragraph shall not be so construed as to prevent the detail
during sessions of court of such employees as may be necessary from
other offices to the offices named herein. {Departments of State,
Justice and Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Probation System, United States Courts—
Probation system, United States courts: For salaries of probation officers and their clerical assistants, as authorized by the Act
approved June 6, 1930 (18 U. S. C. 726), [$1,650,000] $1,750,000:
Provided, That nothing herein contained 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, That no part of this
appropriation shall be used to pay the salary or expenses of any
probation officer who, in the judgment of the senior or presiding
judge certified to the Attorney General; fails to carry out the official
orders of the Attorney General with respect to supervising or furnishing information concerning any prisoner released conditionally
or on parole from any Federal penal or correctional institution.
{Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the Judiciary
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $1,650,000
Estimate 1949, $1,750,000

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings. .
Total obligations

$3, 558,000
- 1 0 , 775

$3,631,295

$3.776,000

3,547,225

3,631,295

3,776,000

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate

$1,550,000

$1,650,000

$1,750,000

$1,550,000

$1,650,000

$1,750,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services

$3, 547, 225

$3,631, 295

$3, 776,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services
D E T A I L OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Field:
Professional service:
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
Grade 1. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 15. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Clerk .
. . . .

Grade 14. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Clerk . . .
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Clerk
Grade 12. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Clerk
Deputy clerk
Grade 11. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Clerk




Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary ber salary ber salary
8
1

$27,898
2,896

8
1

$28,794
2,943

1

10,000

1

10,000

11

8 $29,634
1
3,020
1

10,000

98,505

11 101,014

11 103,367

45 348,399

45 352,543

45 356,686

40 260,717
1
6,145

40 265,331
1
5,905

40 269,944
1
5,905

5

28,271 '

5

28,419

5

28,570

D E T A I L OF P E R S O N A L SERVICES

Field:
NumProfessional service:
ber
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Probation officer..14
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Probation officer..
_. 86
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
175
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,39726
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
37
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620.
126
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
1
Subprofessional service:
Grade 7. Range $3,021 to $3,773
2

Total
salary

Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary ber salary

$72,979

14

$74,397

14

$75,897

377,230
648,947

86
185

387,511
704,106

86
195

397,271
759,678

71,389
92,149
285,262
1,954

26
37
136
1

74,524
95,195
314,942
1,954

26
37
141
1

77,664
98,345
335,420
1,954

6,163

2

6,163

2

6,163

37

THE JUDICIARY
Actual, 1947

Field—Continued
Unclassified
Total permanent, field

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary
$1,258

1

1
503

$1,258

1,557,331
15.2
41,089

Net permanent, field (average number, net salary)
Temporary employment, field...
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base,
5 U . S. C.944
Additional pay for foreign service, field..
Personal services

1,660,050
14.8
40,000

452.8
1,516,242
24,665

473.2
1,620,050
13,500

4,675
4,418

12,000
4,450

6,400
4,450

1,550,000.

Deduct lapses

01

Total Numsalary ber
$1,258

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Number

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

1,650,000

1, 750,000

1,753,650
10.4
28,000

492.6
1, 725, 650
13,500

Salaries of Criers, United States Courts—
Salaries of criers: For salaries of criers as authorized by the Act
of December 7, 1944 ([Public Law 468] 28 V. S. C. 9), and Acts
of March 3, 1911, and March 3, 1891, as amended (28 U. S. C. 224
and 547), [$320,000] $501,900. (Departments of State, Justice
and Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $320,000
Estimate 1949, $501,900

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; [$1,400,000] $1,430,000: Provided, That the compensation
of jury commissioners for the District of Columbia shall conform to
the provisions of section 1401, title 11 of the District of Columbia
Code, but such compensation shall not exceed $250 each per annum. (28 U. S. C. 600-600b, 600d, 602, 608; 48 U. S. C. 25; Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $1,400,000
Estimate 1949, $1,430,000
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

$1,430,000
-21,681

$1,400,000

$1,430,000

1,408,319

1,400,000

1,430,000

$1,117,880
5,928
259,963
24, 548

$1,114,000
6,000
260,000
20,000

$1,140,000
6,000
264,000
20,000

1,408,319

Appropriation or estimate
.
Unobligated balance, estimated savings..-

1,400,000

1,430,000

Total obligations
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

$331,800
-17,881

$320,000

313,919

Appropriation or estimate..
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations

320,000

$501,900

$313,919

$320,000

$501,900

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Number

Field:
Ungraded:
Kate of $2 394
Deduct lapses

137 $327,978
6.3 15,212

Net permanent, field (average number, net salary) _
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U S C . 944
01

Total Numsalary ber

Personal services

•-

Total N'um- Total
salary ber
salary

136 $325,584
3.3 7,984

._
__

Total obligations

501,900

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services

07 Other contractual services:
Per diems, jurors
Per diems, jury commissioners
Mileage fees, jurors
Meals and lodgings, jurors.

212 $507,528
3.1 • 7, 528

130.7 312, 766 132. 7 317,600 208.9 500,000
1,153

2,400

1,900

313, 919

320,000

501, 900

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, $475,000. (28 U. S. C. 526,
597-597c, 599; Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the
Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $475,000
Estimate 1949, $475,000

Miscellaneous Salaries, United States Courts—
Miscellaneous salaries: For salaries of all officials and employees
of the Federal judiciary, not otherwise specifically provided for,
[$1,800,000: Provided, That the compensation of secretaries and
law clerks of circuit and district judges (exclusive of any additional
compensation under the Federal Employees Pay Act of 1945 and
any other Acts of similar purport subsequently enacted) 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 (P-3), 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
additional compensation under the Federal Employees Pay Act
of 1945 and any other Acts of similar purport subsequently enacted)
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 senior district judge of
each district having five or more district judges, in which case the
aggregate salaries shall not exceed $7,500J $1,789,000. (28 U. S. C.
128, 222a; 48 U. S. C. 1805, IS44; Act of July 28, 1947, Public
Law 218; Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the
Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $1,800,000

Actual, 1947

Actual, 1947

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

A ppropriation or estimate
_
Unobligated balance, estimated savings.._
Total obligations

Estimate 1949, $1,789,000

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

$570,000
-115, 700
454,300

$475,000
475, 000

$475,000
475, 000

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations

$1,750,000
—43, 701

$1,800,000

$1,789,000

1,706,299

1,800,000

1,789,000

$1,706,299

$1,800,000

$1,789,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services

$454,300

$475,000

$475,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Field:
Fees:
United States commissioners
Conciliation commissioners
01

Personal services




4

Total
salary

Total
salary

Total
salary

$427,200
27,100

$465,000
10,000

$465,000
10,000

454,300

475,000

475,000

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Field:
Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Law clerk
Motions commissioner..„ „

Number
9
1

Total Numsalary ber
$53,283
5,905

1

Total Num- Total
salary
salary ber
$5,905

1

$6,144

38

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
OTHER FEDERAL COURTS—Continued
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS OF EXPENSE—continued

Miscellaneous Salaries, United States Courts—Continued
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

NumField—Continued
ber
Professional service—Continued
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Law clerk-secretary
_
Law clerk
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Law clerk
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
Grade 1. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 14. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Veterans commissioner
_
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Clerk, Emergency Court of AppealsGrade 12. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Assignment commissioner _. _
Grade 10. Range $4,526 to $5,278:
Marshal
Deputy clerk, Emergency Court of
1
Appeals
1
Domestic relations commissioner—
1
Assistant assignment commissioner.
101
Grade 8. Range $3,773 to $4,526....
111
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
11
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773..__
23
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397.._.
7
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845....
4
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620....
2
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
1
Grade 1. Range $1,756 to $2,168.—
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
1
Grade 8. Range $2,896 to $3,648
3
Grade 6. Range $2,469 to $2,921
3
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469....
26
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
1
Grade 2. Range $1,690 to $2,020....
9
Unclassified
Clerk hire, circuit and district judges..

Total Numsalary ber

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary

? 74, 686
103, 656

Traveling Expenses, United States Courts—
Traveling expenses: For necessary traveling expenses, not
otherwise provided for, incurred by the Judiciary, including traveling expenses of probation officers and their clerks, [$590,000J
$629,000: Provided, That this sum shall be available, in an amount
not to exceed $6,000, 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. (5 U. S. C. 55a, 828; 28 U. S. C. 9,
9c, 222a, 874, 444~45O, 560, 562; Departments of State, Justice and
Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $590,000
Estimate 1949, $629,000
Actual, 1947

200,475
246,494
31,705

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

$9,377

1

$9,377

1

$9,377

7,388

1

7,618

1

7,820

6,494

1

6,623

1

4,526

1

4,618

1

4,743

4,733
4,613
4,526
387,833
405,061
36,109
65,766
17,463
8,997
4,690
1,888

1
1
1

4,854
4,733
4,574

1
1
1

4,979
4,859
4,699

2
7
15
6
4
2
1

7,711
23,675
45,518
15,320
9,241
4,813
1,954

2

7,961
24, 550
47,352
15, 770
9,541
4,945
2,020

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimate savings

$590,000
-13,491

1
3
3
36
1

7
15
6
4
2
1

3,522
7,632
6,165
75,559
2,017
16,871
407 1,590,000

77,338
2,020
16,871
407 1,564,900

485 1,775,147
30
100,438

505 1,858,300
26
88,800

505 1,840,400
22
75,900

Net permanent, field (average number, net salary)
, 455 1,674,709
21,444
Temporary employment, field
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5

479 1,769,500
13,000

483 1,764,500
13,000

5,857
4,289

13,000
4,500

1,706,299

1,800,000

1,789,000

O.944.
.9"

01

Personal services

$629,000

576, 509

1
3
3
36
1
9

3,647
7,857
6,384

590,000

629,000

$181,474
78,306
193,808
17,859
48,005
15,468
39,998
1,591

$178,000
80,000
200,000
20,000
50,000
20,000
40,000
2,000

$185,000
92,000
207,000
20,000
50,000
33,000
40,000
2,000

576,509

_

Total obligations..-

590,000

629,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

02 Travel:
Judges
Clerks
_-.
Probation officers
Law clerks
Secretaries to judges
Criers
Court reporters
Transporting juries

-

--_.

_._

Total obligations

7,000
4,500

U.S.

Additional pay for foreign service, field...

$590,000

6,623

3,397
7,617
6,060
53,600
1,934
16,871

Total permanent, field.,
Deduct lapses.

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Printing and Binding, Administrative Office and United States
Courts—
Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the Administrative Office and Courts of the United States, [$69,000] $85,800.
(81 U. S. C. 588; 28 U, S. C. 444-450, 528a; Departments of State,
Justice and Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $69,000
Estimate 1949, $85,800
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate,1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated s a v i n g s -

$103,700
-1,692'

$69,000

$85,800

Miscellaneous Expenses, United States Courts—
Obligations incurred
102,008
85,800
69,000
Miscellaneous expenses (other than salaries): For miscellane- Comparative transfer to "Printing and
ous expenses of the United States courts and their officers; purchase
-41,336
binding, reports, Supreme Court"
of firearms and ammunition; purchase of envelopes without regard
60,672
Total obligations
85,800
69,000
to the Act of June 26, 1906 (34 Stat. 476); and not to exceed
[$84,000] $72,000 for deposit in the [general fund of the] Treasury
for [cost of] penalty mail for the United States courts -and the
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS
Administrative Office of the United States Courts (81 U. S. C.
$69,000
$60,672
$85,800
06 Printing and binding
8216); [$500,000] $652,500. (5 U. S. C. 55a; 18 U. S. C. 726; 28
U. S. C. 222a, 446, 528a, 544, 568, 566; Departments of State, Justice
and Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Printing and Binding, Reports, Supreme Court—
Appropriated 1948, $500,000
Estimate 1949, $652,500
Printing and binding: For printing and binding the advance
opinions, preliminary prints, and bound reports of the Supreme
Court of the United States, [$80,250] $91,200. (28 U. S. C. 882,
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
884-886; Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the
Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION
Appropriated 1948, $80,250
Estimate 1949, $91,200
Appropriation or estimate
. . . ._
$500,000
$500,000
$652,500
Unobligated balance, estimated savings.„

-317

._

499,683

500,000

652,500

Total obligations

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

03 Transportation of things
04 Communication services
Penalty mail
__
05 Rents and utility services
07 Other contractual services:
Psychiatric examinations
Transcripts in forma pauperis
Miscellaneous
08 Supplies and materials
09: Equipment
_
„

$6,638
142,000
54,000
1,894

$8, 500
132, O O
C
72,000
3,000

$8,500
165,000
72,000
3,000

2,968
18,822
11.872
82,605
178,884

4,000
20,000
12,000
63.500
195,000

4,000
25,000
15.000
100,000
260,000

. . . . . Total obligations-,.—..—

499,683

500,000

652,500




Actual, 1947

._._

Appropriation or estimate
Comparative transfer from—
"Printing and binding, Supreme Court".
"Printing and binding, Administrative
Office and United States Courts"
Total obligations

__.

$80,250

$91,200

80,250

91,200

$80,250

$91,200

$49,267
41,336
90,603

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

06 Printing and binding

.. _-

$90,603

-

39

THE JUDICIARY
Salaries of Court Reporters, United States Courts—
Salaries, court reporters: For salaries of court reporters for the
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR
district courts of the United States, as authorized by the Act of
January 20, 1944 ([Public Law 222), $865,000] 28 U. S. C. 9a-d), Appropriation or estimate
$868,200. {Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and theTransferred to "Expenses
bankruptcy"
_.
Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Total obligations .
Appropriated 1948, $865,000
Estimate 1949, $868,200
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savingsTotal obligations
_

$815,000
-6,142

$865,000
865,000

868,200

$808,858

$865,000

$868,200

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Field:
Unclassified:
Eate of $5,000:
Court reporter-secretary
Court reporter-law clerk
Court reporter
Kate of $4,500:
Court reporter-secretary. _ _
Court reporter
Rate of $4,000:
Court reporter-secretary
Court reporter—
_
Rate of $3,600:
Court reporter-secretary. _ _ .
Court reporter
Rate of $3,500:
Court reporter—
Rate of $3,000:
Court reporter
_

Number

Total Numsalary ber

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary

OBLIGATION
$350,000

Special accounts:
Salaries of Referees in Bankruptcy—
The allowances collected for the services of referees under provisions of the Referees' Salary Act are covered into the United States
Treasury and credited to the referees' salary fund. Money in the
fund may be used only when appropriated by the Congress, except
that any surplus in the fund will be used to reimburse the Treasury
for expenditures made from general account appropriations for this
purpose in any prior years. (11 U. S. C. 68 (c) (4).)
Appropriated 1948, $405,000
Estimate 1949, $594,000

$10,000
255,000

6
1
68

$30,000
5,000
340,000

6
1
72

$30,000
5,000
360,000

10
39

45,000
175,500

7
32

31,500
144,000

7
30

31,500
135,000

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR APPROPRIATION

3
28

12,000
112,000

1
35

4,000
140,000

1
35

4,000
140,000

Unappropriated balance brought forwardReceipts placed in special account

34

122,400

1
27

3,600
97,200

1
25

3,600
90,000

1

3,500

.

191
Total permanent, field
4
Deduct lapses „>
. . _ .
Net permanent, field (average
number, net salary).
187
Temporary employment, field
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base,
5 U . S. C.944

804,400
15,903

197 852,300
3.3 13,300

197 856,100
3.1 11,100

788,497
17,503

193.7 839,000
20,000

193.9 845,000
20,000

2,858

6,000

3,200

01

808,858

865,000

868,200

19

57,000

19

57,000

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

$775, 000

$370,000
838, 500

Total available funds
Deduct reimbursement to general account
for prior year general appropriations

775,000

1,208,500

Total available for appropriation
Deduct appropriation or estimate

775,000

350,000
405, G O
O

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

$350,000
-350,000

$190,000
-190,000

264,500

$405,000

$594,000

350,000

190,000

755,000

784,000

$755,000

$784,000

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Transferred from "Salaries of referees in
bankruptcy, deficiencies, United States
courts"

Salaries of Referees in Bankruptcy, Deficiencies, United States
Courts—
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS
Salaries of referees: For salaries of referees as authorized by 01 Personal services
the Act of June 28,1946 ([Public Law 464), $350,000] 11 U. S. C. 68),
$190,000, together with [$405,000] $594,000 to be derived from the
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES
referees' salary fund established in pursuance of said Act. (Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation
Field:
Act, 1948.)
Ungraded:
Rate of $10,000:
Appropriated 1948, $350,000
Estimate 1949, $190,000
Referee
Actual, 1947

858,500
594,000

370,000

Balance carried forward

Total obligations

Total obligations.

-200,000

Total, other Federal courts, annual appropriations, general
accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $18,062,445
Estimate 1949, $18,154,100

2

69,000

Appropriation or estimate
Transferred to "Salaries of referees in
bankruptcy"

$200,000

-350,000

of referees in

51

23

Personal services

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

$868, 200

808,858

Actual, 1947

Rate of $9,000:
Referee
Rate of $8,000:
Referee
Rate of $7,500:
Referee
Rate of $7,000:
Referee
Rate of $6,500:
Referee

Number

Total Num - Total Num - Total
salary
salary ber
salary ber
33 $330,000

34 $340,000

2
-

Total permanent, field
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, field (average num-

18,000

3

27,000

4

32,000

4

32,000

5

37, 500

5

37, 500

4

28,000

4

28,000

1

6,500

1

6,500

49
1

452,000
6,800

51
1

471,000
6,800

50 464,200
48 445,200
Expenses of Referees in Bankruptcy, Deficiencies, United States
ber net salary)
309, 800
319,800
Part-time employment, field
Courts—
784,000
755,000
Miscellaneous expenses of referees: For miscellaneous expenses 01 Personal services
of referees, United States courts, including the salaries of their
clerical assistants, travel expenses, and printing and binding; purchase of envelopes without regard to the Act of June 26, 1906 (34 Expenses of Referees in Bankruptcy—
Charges collected for the expenses of referees under provisions
Stat. 476); and not to exceed [$30,000] $40,000 for deposit in the
[general fund of the] Treasury for [cost of] penalty mail (39 of the Referees' Salary Act are covered into the United States
U. S. C. 321d); [$350,000] $200,000, together with [$325,000] Treasury and credited to the referees' expense fund. Money in the
$604,000 to be derived from the referees' expense fund established fund may be used only when appropriated by the Congress, except
in pursuance of the Act of June 28, 1946 ([Public Law 464] 11 that any surplus in the fund will be used to reimburse the Treasury
U. S. C. 68 (c) (4)), (Departments of State, Justice and Commerce for expenditures made from general account appropriations for this
and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)
purpose in any prior years. (11 U. S. C. 68 (c) (4)-)f-.'..
Estimate 1949, $604,000
Appropriated 1948, $350,000
Estimate 1949, $200,000 Appropriated 1948, $325,000




40

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Actual, 1947

OTHER FEDERAL COURTS—Continued
Special accounts—Continued
Expenses of Referees in Bankruptcy—Continued

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION—Con.

Comparative transfer to "Salaries and expenses, Administrative Office, United
States Courts"

Actual, 1947 Estimate,1948 Estimate, 1949

-$342,075

Total obligations.

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR APPROPRIATION

Unappropriated balance brought forward
Receipts placed in special account.._
Total available funds
Deduct reimbursement to general account
for prior year general appropriations
Total available for appropriation.
Deduct appropriation or estimate
_.

$700,000

$375, 000
853,500

700,000

Miscellaneous
Courts—

Expenses, Administrative

1, 228, 500

Office,

United

States

Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

350,000
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

700,000
325, 000

375,000

274,500

$325,000

Balance carried forward.

878, 500
604,000

$604,000

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Transferred from "Expenses of referees in
bankruptcy, deficiencies, United States
courts"

350,000

804, 000

$383,400
45,000
5,000
22,000
30,000
62.400
20,000
62,500
20, 000
24, 700

$431,000
60,000
5,000
30,000
40,000
65,000
28,000
80, 000
30,000
35,000

675,000

Total obligations.

Obligations incurred
Comparative transfer to "Salaries and expenses, Administrative Office, United
States Courts"

29,800
-29,800

Total obligations

804, 000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Personal services
Travel
_._
Transportation of things—
Communication servicesPenalty mail.-.
Rents and utility services._
Printing and binding
Other contractual services.
Supplies and materials
Equipment

$30,000
-200

200, 000

675, 000

Total obligatons.

Appropriation or estimate..- _
Unobligated balance, estimated savings—.

Salaries and Expenses, Administrative Office, United States
Courts—
Salaries and expenses: For necessary expenses of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, including personal services
in the District of Columbia, travel, advertising, rent in the District
of Columbia and elsewhere, and examination of estimates for appropriations in the field, [$400,000] $435,900. (28 U. S. C. 444-450;
Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the Judiciary
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Annual appropriation, general account:
Appropriated 1948, $400,000

Estimate 1949, $435,900
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES
Field:
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
_
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
Grade 1. Range $1,756 to $2,168—*—
Ungraded

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber salary ber salary ber salary
$20,383
12,335
44,700
117, 408
70,889
47, 452
10,800
1,690
136 325,657 146
4. 2 9, 229 3

Total permanent, field.
Deduct lapses
Net permanent,field(average number, net salary)
Temporary employment, field

355,057
6,357

131. 8 316, 428 143
10, 000
54,100

Part-time employment, field
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C. 944__

01

$21,135
12,837
46, 706
120, 944
77,783
61, 406
12, 556
1,690

348, 700
10, 000
70, 700

2,872

1,600

383,400

Personal services_

431,000

Total, other Federal courts, special accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $730,000
Estimate 1949, $1,198,000

Total, other Federal courts, general and special accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $18,792,445

Estimate 1949, $19,352,100

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES
COURTS
Salaries, Administrative Office, United States Courts—Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate.
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Obligations incurred—,




$342,500
-425
342,075

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Comparative transfer from—
"Salaries, Administrative Office, United
States Courts"
"Miscellaneous expenses, Administrative Office, United States Courts"

$400,000

371,875

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Personal services
Travel
Communication services.Rents and utility services
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment
Total obligations

400,000

435,900

$342,075
8,956
3,706
5,541
1,223
5,715
4,659

$365,400
10,000
3,100
6,850
900
7,500
6,250

$399,800
10,000
3,850
7,400
1,100
7,500
6,250

371,875

400,000

435,900

$342,075
29,800

Total obligations

01
02
04
05
07
08
09

$435,900

'

___
_

_

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:
Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Professional service:
ber
salary ber
salary ber
salary
Grade 9. $10,000 and over:
__ _
Director _
1 $10,000
1 $10,000
1 $10,000
Grade 7. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Assistant director
1
9,377
1
9,377
1
9,377
Chief, division of procedural studies
and statistics
8,997
1
9,135
1
1
9,377
Chief, division of bankruptcy
1
8,180
1
8,306
8,479
1
Chief, division of probation
1
8,180
1
8,306
1
8,479
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Assistant chief, division of probation
1
5,905
Statistician
1
6,191
1
6,384
1
6,541

Assistant chief, division of procedural studies and statistics. _
Research attorney
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Attorney
Assistant chief, division of bankruptcy

Assistant to the "Chief, division of
probation
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150.
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 12. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Organization and methods examiner
___

Budget and accounting officer

1

6,191

1
1

1
1

6,384
5,935

1
1

6,541
6,134

4,902

1

5,153

4,902

1

5,008

1
1

5,278
5,153

1
2

4,902
7,224

1
2

4,970
7,296

1
2

5,153
7,344

I

6,218

1

6,3S4

1
1

5,905
6,568

41

THE JUDICIARY
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Fees and Other Collections, Clerks of United States Circuit Courts
of Appeals—

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Departmental—Continued
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service- Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Continued
salary
salary ber
salary ber
ber
Grade. 12 Range $5,905 to $6,863—Con.
Chief auditor
$5,905
$5,905
$6,117
Service officer
5,905
6,071
6,191
Grade 11. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Assistant budget and accounting
officer
5,153
5,018
Assistant chief auditor
5,124
4,902
4,902
Personnel officer_
_._
5,153
4,902
5,018
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
4,521
Assistant service officer..
4,642
4,762
Fiscal accountant
4,289
1
Administrative analyst.
4,150
4,261
4,150
Auditor
1
4,150
4,150
Grade 8. Range $3,773 to $4,526..
4,150
3,908
4,029
1
1
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
7,320
10,968
11, 209
3
2
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
20,181
20,904
25,837
6
8
39, 545 15
43, 391 17
14
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
50, 365
54, 523 23
57, 768 25
22
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
63, 635
56, 450 23
52, 597 24
25
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
56,070
29, 796 15
30, 616 15
15
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
31, 275
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
8,382
4
7,961
8,171 • 4
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
5
8,450
Grade 2. Range $1,690 to $2,020
5
8,450
8,450
Total permanent, departmental
116 353,628 117 368,635 124 401,585
11.5 23,725
1. 7 4, 235
3.1 6, 935
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, departmental (av104. 5 329, 903 113. 9 361, 700 122. 3 397,350
erage number, net salary)
Temporary employment, d e p a r t m e n t a l 1,000
10, 355
1,000
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C 944
1,450
1,274
2,700
513
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental.
01

Personal services

342,075

365,400

399,800

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate. _.
Prior year balance available_
Total available for obligation.. _.
Balance available in subsequent yearUnobligated balance

$7
4,119

$4,126

4,126
-4,126

4,128
-4,126

Total obligations-

Fees and Other Collections, Clerk of United States Court of Appeals
for the District of Columbia—
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate,1949
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Prior year balance available
Unobligated balance
Total obligations

$12,860
- 8 , 284
4,576

Fees and Other Collections, Clerk of Emergency Court of Appeals—
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Prior year balance available
Unobligated balance

$2, 589

-1,299
GENERAL PROVISIONS—THE JUDICIARY
1,290
Total obligations
_
SEC. 408. 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
Total, The Judiciary, general accounts:
United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia; the
Appropriated 1948, $19,418,165
Estimate 1949, $19,753,400
term "circuit judge" includes associate justice of the United States
Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia; and the term
"judge" includes justice.
Total, The Judiciary, special accounts:
SEC. 403. The reports of the United States Court of Appeals for
the District of Columbia shall not be sold for a price exceeding that Appropriated 1948, $734,000
Estimate 1949, $1,199,500
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
Total, The Judiciary, general and special accounts:
Property of the United States", and such books shall in all cases be
transmitted to their successors in office. (Departments of State, Appropriated 1948, $20,152,165
Estimate 1949, $20,952,900

Justice and Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Permanent appropriation, special account:
Payments From Proceeds of Sales, Motor-Propelled Vehicles, Etc.,
Judiciary—
Under the act of August 2, 1946, proceeds of sales of vehicles
equipment, accessories, and other items, the exchange of which is
authorized by law, may be applied in whole or in part payment
toward the purchase of similar items. The receipts from this source
are set up in a special appropriation account, available for the fisca]
year in which the obligation to purchase the new equipment is
incurred; any unobligated balance is subsequently adjusted to
miscellaneous receipts. (5 U. S. C. 118d-l.)
Appropriated (estimate) 1948, $4,000
Estimate 1949, $1,500
Obligations: 09 Equipment—1947, $3,128; 1948, $4,000; 1949, $1,500.

Trust accounts:
Fees and Other Collections, Clerks of United States District
Courts—
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Prior year balance available
Balance available in subsequent year
Unobligated balance
Total obligations.




$75,578
—75,578
.-

$75,578
-75,578

SEC. 501. No part of any appropriation contained in this Act
shall be used to pay the salary or wages of any person who engages in
a strike against the Government of the United States or who is a
member of an organization of Government employees that asserts
the right to strike against the Government of the United States, or
who advocates, or is a member of an organization that advocates, the
overthrow of the Government of the United States by force or
violence: Provided, That for the purposes hereof an affidavit shall
be considered prima facie evidence that the person making the
affidavit has not contrary to the provisions of this section engaged
in a strike against the Government of the United States, is not a
member of an organization of Government employees that asserts
the right to strike against the Government of the United States,
or that such person does not advocate, and is not a member of
an organization that advocates, the overthrow of the Government
of the United States by force or violence: Provided further, That
any person who engages in a strike against the Government of
the United States or who is a member of an organization of Government employees that asserts the right to strike against the Government of the United States, or 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 appropriation contained
in this Act shall be guilty of a felony and, upon conviction, shall be
fined not 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. {Departments of State, Justice and Commerce, and the
Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1948.)

42

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Statement of proposed obligations for purchase and hire of passenger motor vehicles for the fiscal year 1949

THE JUDICIARY
Vehicles (motor
unless otherwise
indicated) to be
purchased

Appropriation

Number

Gross
cost

Old vehicles to be
exchanged

Allowance
Number (estimated)

Net cost
of vehicles to
be purchased

Old
vehicles Cost of hire
of motor
still to
vehicles
be used

Public purpose and users

UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT

Miscellaneous expenses,
Court.
* Station wagon.




Supreme

»1

$1,500

$1,500

In the transaction of official business by the members and
officers of the Court.

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Comparative Summary of Appropriations and Appropriation Estimates
Appropriations for 1948
Bureau or subdivision
Presently
available

Supplemental
required

Total

Estimates of
appropriation
for 1949

Increase (+) or
decrease (—),
1949 over 1948

G E N E R A L AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS
Executive Office of the President:
Compensation of the President
. . .
The White House Office
Emergency fund of the President,.
_
Executive Mansion and grounds
Bureau of the Budget
Council of Economic Advisers
National Security Council.
_._
National Security Resources Board
Office for Emergency Management:
Office of Defense Transportation
_
Office of Scientific Research and Development
Office of Government Reports...
,.._

$75,000
952,500
500,000
202,250
3,376,608
350,000

400,000
90,000
230,000

_
_

400,000, 000
500,000
400,000
540,000,000
332, 000,000
35, 348, 000

Funds appropriated to the President:
Assistance to Greece and Turkey
Defense aid, liquidation lend-lease program
Defense aid special fund (permanent, special)
Foreign aid
_
Relief assistance to war-devastated countries
Surplus property, care and handling overseas
.,._.--_..--._...-._-....._.-..
..

._

_ __ .

„ _

.__ _

__ _

400, 000,000
500.000
400,000
540, 000,000
332,000,000
35, 348, 000

-400,000, 000
-500,000
-400, 000
-540,000,000
-332,000,000
-35,348,000

»1,308,248,000

> 1,308,248,000

-1,308,248,000

Total, Civil Service Commission
_
Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government
District of Columbia Redevelopment Land Agency

_

Federal Communications Commission:
Administrative expenses
Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent,
special)
Total, Federal Communications Commission
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service

__

Federal Power Commission:
Administrative expenses
Payments to States (permanent, special)

362,000
175,000,000

$75,000
969,612
1,000,000
230, 700
3,467,000
400,000
200,000
4,500,000

+$17,112
+500,000
+28,450
+90, 392
+50,000
+200, 000
+4, 500,000
-400,000
-90,000
-230,000

10,842,312

+4,665,954

15,500,000

362,000
175,000,000

247,304,000
262,804,000
750,000

2,508,550

+993,000
+450,000,000

18,008,550

24,945, 000

+6,936,450

247, 304,000

$2,508,550

1,355,000
625,000,000

262,653, 098

+15,349, 098

265,312,550
750,000

287,598, 098
3,400,000

_.

Civil Service Commission:
Salaries and expenses
Panama Canal construction annuity and civil service, Canal Zone, and Alaska
Railroad retirement and disability funds

Total, Federal Power Commission
Federal Trade Commission
-_
General Accounting Office

6,176,358

___

_

Total, Executive Office of the President

Total, funds appropriated to the President
Independent offices:
American Battle Monuments Commission
Atomic Energy Commission

400,000
90,000
230,000

6,176,358

._ __ _

$75,000
952,500
500,000
202,250
3,376,608
350,000

+22, 285,548
-750,000
+3,400,000

6,240,000

6,240,000

6, 540,000

+300,000

10,000

10,000

15,000

+5,000

6,250,000
2,460,000

6, 555,000
3,090,000

+305,000
+630,000

6,250,000
1,410,000

1,050,000

3,918,000
25,200

_
_

_

35,000

3,953,000
25,200

4,220,000
26,300

+267,000
+1,100

3,943,200
2,955,120
36, 517,000

35,000

3,978,200
2,955,120
36, 517,000

4,246,300
3,975,000
33,161,000

+268,100
+1,019,880
-3,356,000

Housing Expediter:
Salaries and expenses. _
Office of Rent Control

4,125,000
18,074,000

4,125,000
18,074,000

Total, Housing Expediter
Indian Claims Commission

22,199,000
150,000

22,199,000
150,000

-4,125,000
-18,074,000

172,000

-22,199,000
+22,000

i In addition, prior year balances of $25,000,000 and $1,900,000 reappropriated for "Atomic energy, Executive,'* and "Liquidation expenses, United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration," respectively. Also, prior year balances of $171,460,000 and $5,815,000 continued available for "Payments, Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946," and "Overtime,
leave, and holiday compensation," respectively.




43

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Comparative Summary of Appropriations and Appropriation

Estimates—Continued

Appropriations for 1948
Bureau or subdivision

Presently
available

Supplemental
required

Estimates of
appropriation
for 1949

Total

Increase (+) or
decrease (—),
1949 over 1948

GENERAL AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS—Continued
Independent offices—Continued
Interstate Commerce Commission:
Administrative expenses
Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent,
special)
Total, Interstate Commerce Commission
Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin

+$486,000

$10,743,000

$10,743,000

$11,229,000

1,500

1,500

1,500

10,744,500

10,744,500

11,230,500
9,000

+486,000
+9,000

33, 570,000
9,879,000

33, 570,000
9,879,000

37, 995,000
10,000,000

+4,425,000
+121,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

43,454,000
1, 261,335
22,050
354,000
6, 974, 700
869,400
4, 250, 000
70,000,000

43,454,000
1, 261, 335
22,050
354,000
5, 974, 700
869, 400
4, 250,000
70,000,000

48,000,000
1,403, 500
24, 700
1, 796, 500
9,400,000
862, 550
3,195.. 000
95,000,000

+4, 546,000
+142,165
+2,650
+1,442, 500
+3, 425,300
- 6 , 850
-1,055,000
+25,000,000

5, 721,000
685,072,000
14, 200,000

5,721,000
685, 072, 000
14, 200,000

4,430,000
637,986,000
14, 700,000

-1,291,000
-47,086,000
+500,000

704, 993,000
5, 738, 700

704, 993, 000
5, 738, 700

657,116,000
6,000,000

-47,877,000
+261,300

1, 800,312
949, 426
60,000
200, 000

1, 800, 312
949, 426
60,000
200,000

2,190,000
966,000.
60,000
200,000

+389,688
+16, 574

3, 009, 738

3,009, 738

3,416,000

+406,262

1,148, 349

1,148,349

1,200, 000

+51,651

1,200,000
772, 200

+49,468

_

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics:
.«.-,
Operating expenses
Construction and equipment
Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent,
,
special)
Total, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
_ National Archives
National CapitPl Housing Authority
National Capital Park and Planning Commission _.
National Labor Relations Board
National Mediation Board
Office of Selective Service Records
Philippine War Damage Commission

-

Railroad Retirement Board:
Railroad retirement appropriated account
Railroad unemployment insurance administration fund (permanent, special)
Total, Railroad Retirement Board.. _.
Securities and Exchange Commission

_> _ .

Smithsonian Institution:
Salaries and expenses, Smithsonian Institution
Salaries and expenses, National Gallery of Art
Expenses of Smithsonian Institution, interest account (permanent)
National Gallery of Art, trust fund, interest on permanent loan (permanent)
Total. Smithsonian Institution
Tariff Commission:
_
Administrative expenses
Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent,
special)
Total, Tariff Commission
The Tax Court of the United States.
United States Maritime Commission:
Construction fund
Salaries and expenses
_
Maritime training
__
State marine schools
Operations of functions of War Shipping Administration.
_
_
Salaries and general administrative expenses, liquidation of functions of War
Shipping Administration
Vessel operating functions
Liquidation of War Shipping Administration obligations, Treasury Department
. _.
' Payments from proceeds of sales, motor-propelled vehicles, etc. (permanent,
special).-.
Total, United States Maritime Commission
Veterans' Administration:
Salaries and expenses...
Printing and binding
Penaltv mail costs
Federal tort claims
Administrative facilities.
Army and Navy pensions..
Readjustment benefits
Military and naval insurance..
Hospital and domiciliary facilities
Operation of canteans, appropriated fund

2,183

1,150,532
772,200

(2)

$259,931

85,000
19,738,000

200, 000, 000

898,040, 780
7,000,000
3,900,000
26 500
3,100 000
2,171, 915, 000
3,719,860,000
11,150,000
(3)
965,000

4,735, 000
19, 738, 000

75,419,121
6,868,000
400, 000

38,824,000

-4,735,000
+19, 086,000

-700

700
20,082,931

-259,931
+75,419,121
—452,000
-50,000
-89,890,513

-200,000,000

200, 000, 000

700
302,311,213

259,931

7, 320. 000
450, 000
89,890.513

7,320,000
450, 000
89,890,513
4,650, 000

2

322, 394,144

121,511,121

-200,883,023

898, 040, V80
7,000,000
3. 900, 000
26, 500
3,100 000
2,171,915, 000
3,719,860, 000
11,150,000
(s)
965,000

936,771,000
4,148,000
3,600, 000
15,000

+38, 730,220
-2,852,000
-300,000
- 1 1 , 500
—3,100,000
—223,915,000
-1,800,955,000
—2,054.000
+230,000,000
-965,000

* The Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1948, made $121,269,870 of prior year funds available for new obligations in fiscal year 1948.
* Prior year balance estimated in the amount of $248,796,936 available in 1948.
«In addition, prior year balance estimated in the amount of,$126,706,036 available in 1949.




-2,183

2,183

1,150,532
772,200

1,948, 000, 000
1,918,905,000
9,096,000
< 230,000,000

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Comparative Summary of Appropriations and Appropriation

Estimates—Continued

Appropriations for 1948
Bureau or subdivision

Presently
available

Supplemental
required

Total

Estimates of
appropriation
for 1949

Increase (+) or
decrease (—),
1949 over 1948

G E N E R A L AND SPECIAL ACCOUNTS-Continued
Independent offices—Continued
Veterans' Administration—Continued
National service life insurance, appropriated fund
Soldiers' and sailors' civil relief
_
Automobiles and other conveyances for disabled veterans
Veterans' miscellaneous benefits
Relief of Mary L. Dickson (permanent)
____
Payments from proceeds of sales, motor vehicles, etc. (permanent, special)
Total, Veterans' Administration
War Assets Administration (special account)
Total, independent offices

$62,217,000
833,000
5,000,000
85,. 449,800
240
42,000

.-.

$49,320,000
65,000

6,969,499,320
257,149,270

6,969,499,320
257,149, 270

5,151,845,240

-1,817,654,080
-257,149, 270

_

LIMITATION ON ADMINISTRATIVE

_..

$23,676,481

8,917,570,759

7,081,334,709

-1,836,236,050

10,208,318,636

23,676,481

10,231,995,117

7,092,177,021

-3,139,818,096

$440,000

$440,000

EXPENSES
$440,000

Philippine Alien Property Administration.

TRUST ACCOUNTS
Independent offices:
Civil Service Commission
..
District of Columbia Redevelopment Land Agency
Federal Communications Commission
General Accounting Office
Interstate Commerce Commission
National Archives
National Capital Park and Planning Commission
Railroad Retirement Board
Securities and Exchange Commission
__ „_
Smithsonian Institution
United States Maritime Commission
Veterans'Administration

• $571,341,781
« 1, 425,000
200,000
3,500
200
60.000
27, 702
' 798,488,000
36,000
5,716
700,0C0
• 827, 957, 500
_

CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS
Independent offices:
American Battle Monuments Commission
Atomic Energy Commission
_
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
United States Maritime Commission
Veterans' Administration _ . .
„_

6

$571,341,781
• 1,425,000
200,000
3,500
200
60,000
27, 702
7
798,488,000
36,000
5,716
700,000
• 827,957,500

5 $577,491, 547
6
1,975,000
200,000
3,500

2, 200, 245,399

__

Total, trust accounts.._„

_

51,883,000
240
42,000

-$12,897,000
-768,000
-5,000,000
-33,566,800

8,893,894,278

_

Total, general and special accounts

Total, contract authorizations

$62,217,000
833,000
5, 000,000
85,449,800
240
42,000

2,200,245,399

1,978,513,097

-221,732,302

338, 250,000

$2,000,000
400,000,000
18, 200, 000
15,320,000
43,000,000

+$2,000, 000
- 50,000,000
+16, 057, 000
+15,320,000
-295, 250,000

790,393,000

478, 520,000

-311,873,000

$250,000,000
2,143,000

$200,000,000

338,250,000
_.

.

... .

590,393,000

200,000,000

$450,000,000
2,143, 000

65,000
7

629, 570,000
36,000
3,000
100,000
8 769, 069, 050

+$6,149, 766
+550,000

-200
+5,000
-27, 702
-168,918,000
-2,716
-600,000
-58,888,450

»Includes payments received from general accounts, above, of $245,394,000 in 1948 and $260,394,000 in 1949, and $1,530,000 in 1948 and $2,032,000 in 1949 from District of Columbia
funds.
8
Payments received from general accounts, above.
7
Includes payments received from general accounts, above, of $758,488,000 in 1948 and $574,570,000 in 1949.
8 Includes payments received from general accounts, above, of $146,632,472 in 1948 and $46,104,000 in 1949.

EXPLANATORY STATEMENT

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

BUREAU OF THE BUDGET

The Bureau of the Budget assists the President in the
preparation and administration of the Federal Budget
These appropriation estimates provide for the com- covering the entire fiscal program of the Government. In
pensation of the President, the salaries and expenses of addition, as a staff agency of the Federal Government,
the White House Office, an emergency contingent fund for the Bureau makes studies to improve the organization and
the President, and the cost of maintaining the Executive procedures of Federal agencies; clears departmental
pending legislation, Executive
Mansion and grounds. The appropriations for the Presi- recommendations regardingand coordinates Federal statisorders, and proclamations;
dent's immediate office provide for the handling of docu- tical services. The Bureau also provides staff and services
ments and correspondence, in addition to maintaining for the Federal Board of Hospitalization. The small net
communication with Congress, heads of the executive increase in the estimates for the fiscal year 1949 will prodepartments and agencies, the press, the radio, and the vide for automatic salary increases and for additional
printing.
general public.




THE WHITE HOUSE

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISERS

NATIONAL SECURITY RESOURCES BOARD

The Council of Economic Advisers was established by
The National Security Resources Board was established
the Employment Act of 1946 (15 U. S. C. 1021). Members by the National Security Act of 1947, approved July 26,
took office in August 1946. Three hundred and fifty 1947, to advise the President concerning the coordination
thousand dollars was appropriated for salaries and ex- of military, industrial, and civilian mobilization to meet
penses in the current year. The increase recommended the foreseeable eventualities of modern war. The Board
for fiscal year 1949 will provide a slight increase in staff is specifically charged with (1) studying the relationships
and full-year services of personnel provided in the 1948 between potential supplies of, and potential requirements
appropriation. In addition, a small increase will be made for, manpower, resources, and productive facilities in
available for economic research contracts.
time of war; (2) programs for the effective use in time of
Section 2 of the Employment Act sets forth as goals of war of the Nation's natural and industrial resources for
national policy, the maintenance of " conditions under military and civilian needs, for the maintenance and
which there will be afforded useful employment oppor- stabilization of the civilian economy in time of war, and
tunities for those able, willing, and seeking to work," and for the adjustment of such economy to war needs and
the promotion of " maximum employment, production, conditions; and (3) making policies for establishing and
and purchasing power."
maintaining strategic reserves of critical materials.
Implementation of these goals within the executive Executive Order 9905, dated November 13, 1947, estabbranch centers around the economic report to the Con- lished the membership of the Board as the Chairman and
gress submitted by the President at the beginning of each the Secretaries of the Treasury, Defense, Interior, Agrisession and supplemented by interim reports from time culture, Commerce, and Labor.
to time.
The Board held its first meeting November 13, 1947, to
Under the provisions of the act, the Council of Eco- organize and to plan a program of gradual development
nomic Advisers assists the President in the preparation of for the effective discharge of its statutory responsibilities.
the annual economic report. It also analyzes and inter- During the fiscal year 1948, the Board's activities will be
prets economic trends and appraises Federal economic financed by the transfer of funds from the Departments of
programs in light of the goals set forth in the act. As a the Army and Navy under authority contained in the
result of these studies, the Council makes recommenda- Second Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1948.
tions to the President on national economic policies and
The Board in the fiscal year 1949 will utilize the coopprograms. In addition it makes such special studies as erative efforts of representatives from the fields of governhe may request from time to time.
ment, industry, agriculture, labor, and scientific research.
In accordance with the terms of the act, the Council Efforts are now being made to recruit a highly qualified
utilizes to the maximum the services, facilities, and infor- staff to give continuity to, and evaluate the reports and
mation of other Government agencies and private research recommendations of, advisory committees composed of
agencies. In making its studies and recommendations, it leaders in the various fields relating to the problem of the
obtains the advice and counsel of representatives of State mobilization of the Nation's resources in time of war. The
and local governments, labor, industry, agriculture, con- estimate of $4.5 million provides for the pay and other
sumers, and others. In consequence, the staff of the expenses of the staff and for per diem and travel expenses
Council is and will remain very small.
of members of advisory panels.
NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL

OFFICE FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

The establishment of the National Security Council
was authorized by section 101 of the National Security
Act of 1947, Public Law 253, approved July 26, 1947.
Under the provisions of that law, the function of the
Council is to advise the President with respect to the
integration of domestic, foreign, and military policies
relating to the national security, and is to be composed of
the President, the Secretary of State, the Secretary of
Defense, the Secretary of the Army, the Secretary of the
Navy, the Secretary of the Air Force, the Chairman of
the National Security Resources Board, and such of the
following-named officers as the President may designate:
The Secretaries of the other executive departments, the
Chairman of the Munitions Board, and the Chairman of
the Research and Development Board. The law also
provides that the Council shall have a staff, headed by a
civilian executive secretary appointed by the President
with such other personnel as may be necessary.
The expenses of the Council for the fiscal year 1948 will
be financed by the transfer of $115,000 from appropriations for the Department of the Army under authority
contained in the Second Supplemental Appropriation Act,
1948, Public Law 299, approved July 31, 1947. The
executive secretary is now recruiting a staff which is
expected to reach a total of 31 persons by June 30, 1948.
The estimate of $200,000 for the fiscal year 1949 provides
for the pay of this staff and for other expenses.

OFFICE OF DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION




The Office of Defense Transportation was created by
Executive Order 8989 on December 18, 1941. Its basic
responsibility was to insure maximum utilization of the
Nation's domestic transportation system during the war.
A greatly curtailed organization has, since the war, met
emergency transportation needs arising from materials and
freight car shortages. Much of the work is performed by
the Interstate Commerce Commission on a reimbursable
basis. Because of continuing shortages, the Second Decontrol Act of 1947 extended the agency's functions to
February 29, 1948. The President recommended further
extension to the Congress on November 17, 1947 (H. Doc.
430, 80th Cong., 1st sess.).
The agency's 1948 appropriation contemplated termination of its activities by the end of February 1948, and a
small staff to complete its liquidation thereafter. Appropriations required to permit continued operations are
included elsewhere in the Budget.
OFFICE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

The 1948 Budget made no provision for the Office of
Scientific Research and Development in the expectation
that the liquidation of this wartime agency would be completed by the end of fiscal year 1947. It subsequently
became necessary to continue the agency into fiscal year

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47

The adverse developments which necessitated interim
aid were as follows: (1) the severe losses in agricultural
production caused by the extraordinarily cold winter followed by the summer's drought; (2) the higher cost of
essential imports caused by a rise in prices, particularly
in the United States; and (3) the effects of the unexpected
suspension of convertibility of sterling, which itself was
caused to a great extent by the first two factors.
Without assistance from the United States the peoples
PHILIPPINE ALIEN PROPERTY ADMINISTRATION
of France, Italy, and Austria would have faced a winter
of hunger
cold.
food would
This agency operates under a limitation on administra- have been and sharply Their consumption of malnutrition
so
reduced that serious
tive expenses, with funds derived from property vested in and suffering would occur. They would have lacked the
the Philippine Islands. The estimate is the same as the
and other essential commodities
amount for 1948. Considerable progress has been made necessary fuel, fertilizer, and dangerous deterioration in
to prevent immediate
in the vesting program, and it is expected that the agency industrial and agricultural production. A rapid contracwill substantially complete its program in 1949, including tion in the flow of trade with other countries would have
transfers of assets to the Philippine Government in ensued with serious economic consequences throughout
accordance with law.
Europe which might have destroyed the foundations upon
which a general European recovery program could be
OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT REPORTS
built. Interim aid will provide the supplies to prevent
The Congress provided funds for limited operation and economic retrogression and will preserve the basis for a
liquidation during the fiscal year 1948. Accordingly, no future recovery program for Europe.
funds for the agency are recommended for 1949.
In addition to aid to France, Italy, and Austria, the
Third Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1948, made funds
FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT
available for assistance to China, as authorized by Public
Law 84, Eightieth Congress.
ASSISTANCE TO GREECE AND TURKEY

1948 with an appropriation of $90,000 in order to complete
the program for voluntary renegotiation of its research
and development contracts. Now that this has been accomplished, with the recovery to the Treasury of approximately $700,000 during 1948, the Office of Scientific
Research and Development is being terminated and the
supervision of a few residual liquidation matters transferred to the Secretary of Defense.

In response to the President's message of March 12,
1947, the Congress authorized assistance to Greece and
Turkey to enable these countries to maintain their economies and their political integrity. Under this program,
food and essential agricultural and industrial supplies
have been made available to Greece to prevent widespread
human suffering and further economic deterioration. In
addition, military supplies have been sent to Greece and
Turkey to assist these countries to train and equip their
respective armed forces.
DEFENSE AID, LIQUIDATION LEND-LEASE PROGRAM

The purpose of this appropriation is to complete the
liquidation by the Treasury Department of activities
under the Lend-Lease Act of 1941, except for billing and
collections under lend-lease settlement agreements, which
will be a continuing function for years to come. The
liquidation activities, which will be completed in 1948,
consist of remaining pipe-line shipments to 10 countries
and adjustment of remaining obligation and expenditure
documents.
FOREIGN AID

Although European production has risen substantially
since the end of the war, it became increasingly clear during
the spring and summer of 1947 that general European
economic recovery would take a far longer time than had
previously been anticipated. For this reason the suggestion was made that the European countries jointly review
their situation and develop a cooperative program of
recovery. It had been thought that the considerable
amounts still available from previously authorized assistance from the United States, from international agencies and from other countries would allow adequate time
for such a program to be developed. However, the
financial and economic situation of France, Italy, and
Austria had by late fall become so serious that immediate
assistance from the United States was needed to alleviate
widespread human suffering and prevent serious economic
retrogression which would gravely jeopardize any general
economic recovery program.




RELIEF ASSISTANCE TO WAR-DEVASTATED COUNTRIES

In response to a resolution adopted by the General
Assembly of the United Nations urging members to assist
in meeting the residual relief needs following the liquidation of United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, and to a recommendation by the President,
the Congress authorized a program of relief assistance to
peoples of countries devastated by war. In addition to
assisting in the relief of human suffering, the program is designed to foster the economic recovery of the countries receiving assistance and to preserve democratic institutions.
Under the provisions of the act of May 31, 1947 (Public
Law 84, 80th Cong.), assistance has been extended to
Austria, China, Greece, Italy, and .Trieste, largely in the
form of food, fuel, fertilizer, seeds, pesticides, and medical
supplies.
SURPLUS PROPERTY, CARE AND HANDLING OVERSEAS

Although the Department of State is the disposal agency
for surplus property located overseas, the care and
handling of this property is the responsibility of the
respective owning agencies pending sale and transfer to
the purchaser. The types of activities performed in care
and handling of surplus property include guarding, packing
and crating, transporting, and the maintenance of necessary records. Funds have been made available to the President for transfer to the Army and Navy to reimburse them
for their services in this connection. Estimated appropriations to defray such costs in fiscal year 1949 have been
combined with surplus disposal costs shown elsewhere in
this Budget, pending reassignment of responsibility for
the remaining foreign surplus activities.

INDEPENDENT OFFICES
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION

The American Battle Monuments Commission maintains and operates 8 World War I cemeteries and 12
memorials in France and Belgium, and the Mexico City
National Cemetery recently transferred from the Depart-

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ment of the Army. The Commission is also responsible
for the permanent design and construction of World
War II cemeteries and memorials. The appropriation for
salaries and expenses provides for maintenance of existing
cemeteries and memorials, completion of repairs of World
War I properties, other than the completely destroyed
Brest Naval Memorial, and the planning of World War II
installations. The appropriation estimate of $1 million
plus $2 million in contract authorization for construction
of memorials and cemeteries contemplates the letting of
contracts for construction on 7 cemeteries, 4 in France,
1 in England, 1 in Italy, 1 in Tunis, and preliminary construction in the Philippines, plus architects' fees and half
the cost of 10 monuments.

is based in part upon anticipation of provision of contractual authority in fiscal year 1948 to supplement the
amount provided in the Independent Offices Appropriation Act of 1948. The total of new obligational authority requested for fiscal year 1949 is, therefore, $700 million
consisting of $300 million of cash appropriation and
$400 million of contractual authority. The increase in
obligational authority requested both in 1948 and 1949
arises from the necessity for improving technical processes,
expanding both basic and applied research programs,
advancing research in radiobiology and m edicine, replacing
obsolete production and community facilities, and expanding essential plant facilities.
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION

The Atomic Energy Commission, established pursuant
to the Atomic Energy Act of 1946, received its first independent appropriation in fiscal year 1948. The functions
of the Commission are a continuation and expansion of the
research and development inaugurated under the Manhattan Engineer District of the Department of the Army.
Classified operations are carried on under stringent safeguards for the security of information. The Commission
is charged with development and production of fissionable
materials and atomic weapons, with research leading to
beneficent uses of atomic energy to improve the public
welfare, with control of scientific and technical information
to safeguard the national security and with dissemination
of nonrestricted data to encourage scientific progress.
The Commission itself operates no plants or laboratories directly, but relies instead upon contracts for the
services or facilities of industrial, educational, and research institutions and organizations. The largest plant
and laboratory facilities engaged in the atomic energy
program are owned by the Commission, and are operated
on a contractual basis. To keep pace with new developments and replace temporary wartime facilities, the Commission has under way a substantial program of new construction. Development and production of atomic weapons is conducted in close cooperation with the National
Military Establishment through the Military Liaison
Committee and the Armed Forces special weapons project.
During the past fiscal year, the Commission has largely
completed the establishment of its ow^n organization
following the transfer of functions from the Department
of the Army. The administration of production and
research activities has been substantially decentralized to
five area offices. Three national laboratories have been
established in order to encourage the participation of
qualified educational and private organizations in the
research program. A major program calling for the widespread distribution of radioactive isotopes for research
and medical uses has been approved and put into effect.
Steps have been taken for the improvement of the three
communities adjacent to the production centers under the
control of the Commission. Important new departures
have been made in the fields of research and process improvement. Improvements have been made in the provisions for safeguarding security of restricted data. The
process of disseminating declassified and unclassified data
has been speeded.
The budget estimate for the fiscal year 1949 is comprised
of $625 million of cash appropriation and $400 million of
contractual authority. The cash appropriation figure is
comprised of $300 million of new obligational authority
and $325 million to liquidate obligations incurred against
prior year contractual authorization; the latter amount




The Civil Service Commission recruits, examines and
certifies persons for employment in the executive branch
of the Government. Normally, selections are made as a
result of competitive examinations. During the war years
the Commission discontinued competitive examinations
because of the urgency of filling a large number of vacancies
in a scarce labor market. Persons who were appointed
during this period received war-service indefinite appointments. The program for the replacement of war-service
and temporary appointments with permanent-status personnel, initiated in fiscal year 1946, will continue throughout fiscal year 1949. The program entails the examining
and certifying of a large number of persons who may wish
to compete for available positions. Persons holding warservice appointments who wish to be retained in their
positions will be required to compete with applicants from
both within and outside Government.
The Commission is continuing its policy of decentralizing
certain phases of recruitment and placement activities to
the agencies and their field establishments. This function is accomplished through committees and boards of
examiners, operating under the control of the Civil Service
Commission, who are authorized to examine and select
personnel for the more technical positions in a particular
agency and for the mechanical and trade positions in the
field service. The members of the committees and boards
are appointed by and composed of employees of the establishments of the respective departments and agencies and
operate under the supervision of the Civil Service Commission in accordance with procedures and rules established
by it. The selection of personnel involves, particularly
with regard to applicants for the more responsible Government positions, investigations of character and suitability.
Through the promulgation of rules and regulations and
the issuance of standard procedures, the Commission to a
large extent provides direction to all Federal personnel
activities. It is responsible for the administration of the
Classification Act which requires that the duties and
responsibilities assigned Government positions be the
basis for equitable salary allocations. The 1949 program
contemplates issuing and establishing approximately
3,000 additional position standards to cover classified
positions of the Federal service. Preparation of such
standards will assure similar pay for similar work for
employees of the Government.
Responsibility for the administration of the retirement
laws for Federal employees, including the employees of
the Panama Canal and the Alaska Railroad, is vested in
the Commission. There is a slight increase in the amount
provided for this project. This increase is necessary to
enable the Commission to process the additional work
load of applications for annuities and inquiries from
employees.

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The Commission, during fiscal year 1949, will continue
to conduct open competitive examinations which will result in the replacement of war-service and temporary
appointees by permanent-status employees. It is estimated that approximately 418,000 probational placements will be made by the Commission in 1949 as contrasted with approximately 436,000 in 1948 and 329,000
in 1947.
The increase of $6,936,450 in the estimate for general
administrative expenses over the amount available for
1948 provides for expansion of the loyalty program to
assure that persons employed in the Federal service are
loyal to the United States and to afford protection to
loyal employees of the Government from unfounded
accusations of disloyalty.
Executive Order 9835 assigned to both the Federal
Bureau of Investigation and the Commission specific
responsibilities in effectuating the loyalty program. The
Commission's responsibilities include, among others, the
establishment of a master index file for all loyalty investigations of applicants and employees; investigation of
applicants for positions in the Federal service; full field
investigation of applicants for so-called sensitive positions and the establishment of boards to provide a channel
for appeals from employees who are dismissed because of
disloyalty. A central review board also is maintained in
Washington for the purpose of reviewing decisions of the
regional boards and to prescribe necessary regulations for
agencies to follow in carrying out provisions of the
Executive order.
Retirement and disability funds,— Appropriations are
made annually toward the Government share of providing
benefits to participants in the retirement and disability
funds provided by law for employees of the Federal service.
These appropriations and the contributions made by the
participating employees provide the trust funds from
which benefits are paid.
The 1949 estimate of the Government's share of retirement funds and the Panama Canal construction annuity
fund represents a net increase of $15,349,098. The additional amount is made up of an increase of $15 million
in the estimated amount required for the Civil Service
retirement and disability fund resulting from an increase
in the number of Federal employees who are eligible to
participate in the fund by virtue of having five or more
years of Federal employment and from an increase in the
Government accrued liability in the fund. It is estimated
that some 668,000 employees will have acquired eligibility
for such benefit rights by the end of fiscal year 1949. The
increase of $349,098 for the Panama Canal construction
annuity fund is to provide payments to additional annuitants as authorized by the act of August 7, 1946 (Public
Law 619).
COMMISSION ON ORGANIZATION OF EXECUTIVE BRANCH
OF THE GOVERNMENT

The Commission on Organization of Executive Branch
of the Government was created by the Eightieth Congress,
July 7, 1947, to study and investigate the present organization and methods of the executive branch of the Government and report its findings and recommendations to the
Eighty-first Congress. The amount of $750,000 was
appropriated in the Second Supplemental Appropriation
Act of 1948 for salaries and expenses of the Commission,
but estimates for the fiscal year 1949 are not presently
available.
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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA REDEVELOPMENT LAND AGENCY

The District of Columbia Redevelopment Land Agency
was established to administer the District of Columbia
Redevelopment Act of 1945 which provides for the
acquisition and assembly by purchase or condemnation
of real property in slum or blighted areas in the District
of Columbia and the sale or lease of such property for
redevelopment in accordance with general and project
plans. The sum of $20 million is authorized to create a
special trust fund for these purposes. The estimate of
$3.4 million will provide $100,000 for administrative expenses, $25,000 of which is for expenditure during the
fiscal year 1948, and the purchase of two tracts of land
totaling 320 acres and presently containing 1,100 dwellings,
$1.4 million to be available for purchase of one tract in
1948.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

The Federal CommunicatioDS Commission regulates
interstate and international communications by wire and
radio. It administers the Communications Act of 1934,
as amended, and international treaties, conventions, conferences, and agreements relating to electric communications. The Commission also handles technical matters
for the Interdepartmental Radio Advisory Committee,
which advises the President on the assignment of frequencies for use by Government agencies.
The Commission's activities include regulation of radio
(broadcast, and safety and special services), and common
carriers using radio or wire. Radio regulation requires
allocation of the radio spectrum among the many services
and licensing the use of frequencies, prescribing of engineering standards for use of the radio spectrum, surveillance of
transmissions to protect freedom from interference and to
secure compliance with the law, and licensing of operators.
Common carrier regulation applies to interstate and international tariffs, physical connections, through routes and
charges, construction and abandonments, mergers, accounting, valuation, and service.
Continuous expansion in types of radio services and
number of transmitting stations is following new and
improved services made possible by extraordinary developments in electronics. The expansion is most pronounced
in safety and special services, i. e., aviation, marine
radio, police, fire, railroad, intercity busses, taxicabs,
utilities, and industrial. Accompanying this growth,
estimates indicate that 70,000 new commercial operator
licenses will be issued in fiscal year 1948, as compared
with the 330,000 operator licenses outstanding on June
30, 1947, while issue of 75,000 new licenses is estimated
for fiscal year 1949.
In the broadcasting services, television, as a result of
remarkable strides in radio engineering, is coming rapidly
into its own as a broadcasting medium. As of November
30, 1947, 72 stations were authorized as compared with
6 authorizations on June 30, 1945. Growth in frequency
modulation, although somewhat less spectacular, has
been nonetheless significant, with 1,008 stations authorized on November 30, 1947, as contrasted with 53 authorized stations on June 30, 1945. Standard broadcasting,
directly affected by frequency modulation and television
developments, has expanded from 955 authorized stations
on June 30, 1945, to 1,944 asv of November 30, 1947.
This continuing expansion in the three broadcast services
adds to the Commission's work load in three ways:
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applications for new facilities, (6) increasing numbers of employers or unions who are obliged by the act to report
existing stations result in an increasing volume of applica- disputes arising from a desire to terminate or modify
tions for modification of facilities, transfer of control, existing agreements. It is estimated that the Service will
and license renewals, and (c) the increase in operating provide conciliation or mediation services in only 10,000
stations requires greater continuing regulatory activity. of these cases during the year. In addition, the Service
Common carrier regulation poses formidable problems estimates that it will participate in the settlement of 2,000
for the Commission. Electronic developments are carry- other dispute cases involving initial agreements, grieving over to this area, where intensive experimentation ances, or other matters. To the extent that its staff rewith radio by domestic carriers is being applied to com- sources permit, the Service will place increased emphasis
mercial use. Here, regulation of common carriers in the on the preventive aspects of its program.
public interest demands careful supervision by the ComTo provide for the immediate needs of the newly
mission in matters of spectrum allocation, resolution of created agency, Congress made available an interim approcompetitive conflicts, development of rate structures and priation to permit the agency to operate until February
determination of service characteristics. With the Bell 15, 1948. It is estimated that the Service, therefore, will
system undertaking a $3 billion expansion program and require a supplemental appropriation of $1,050,000 for the
Western Union undertaking the most comprehensive period February 16, 1948, to June 30, 1948. The 1949
modernization program in its history, the Commission's estimated total appropriation amounts to $3,090,000.
most diligent efforts must be directed toward fulfilling This amount is not comparable to the estimated approits statutory functions.
priations for 1948 because the agency was established on
The budget estimate for the fiscal year 1949 is $6,- August 22, 1947, and, therefore, did not operate through540,000, an increase of $300,000 over the 1948 appropria- out the fiscal year. The increase of $630,000 over the
tion. The increase is required chiefly to provide imple- total estimated appropriation for 1948 is due almost
mentation of recent comprehensive revisions of interna- entirely to the necessity for providing for a full year's
tional agreements pertaining to telecommunications, and operation.
to meet increasing work load in the nonbroadcast radio
FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION
services.
The Federal Power Commission administers the Federal
Power Act of 1935 and the Natural Gas Act of 1938 and
FEDERAL MEDIATION AND CONCILIATION SERVICE
has certain duties under the provisions of several other
The Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service was acts relating to Federal power developments such as
created as an independent agency by title II of the Labor- Tennessee Valley Authority Act, Bonneville Act, Fort
Management Relations Act, 1947 (Public Law 101, June Peck Project Act, and the flood-control acts.
23, 1947). The act provided for the transfer to the Service
Large expansion programs are under way in both the
of "all mediation and conciliation functions of the Secre- gas and electric utilities industry involving large amounts
tary of Labor or the United States Conciliation Service to be expended for new construction. The impact of
under section 8 of the act entitled 'An Act to create a these programs on the work of the Commission is being
Department of Labor', approved March 4, 1913 (29 felt particularly in the fields of certificates of public conU. S. C. 51), and all functions of the United States Concil- venience and necessity for natural gas pipe-line companies,
iation Service under any law * * * together with the licensing of hydroelectric projects, and the issuance of
personnel and records of the United States Conciliation securities. The expansion of the natural gas companies
Service." •
in securing new markets as result of the greatly increased
The principal duty of the Service is to prevent or mini- industrial and domestic demand for gas is not only promize interruptions of the free flow of commerce growing ducing a marked increase in the number, but also in the
out of labor disputes by assisting the parties to settle complexity, of applications for certificates of public consuch disputes through conciliation and mediation. In venience and necessity.
addition to the traditional function of attempting settleThe work of the Commission has increased materially
ment of specific disputes, the Service has, under the act, also because of the inability of the electric utility industry
the general responsibility of preventing labor-management to expand their generating facilities to meet increased
differences from developing to the critical point where power demands and must rely more and more on interthey require outside help. The effectiveness of the Serv- connections to forestall power shortages in certain areas.
ice can best be measured by the absence of strikes in any
A major function and responsibility of the Commission
area during a given period of time and not simply by the under both the Federal Power Act and the Natural Gas
number of disputes handled and settled.
Act is the regulation of all wholesale rates and services
To further effectuate the purposes of the act, a national for electricity and natural gas sold for resale in interstate
labor-management panel is authorized. It is the duty of commerce. In addition to the formal rate cases heard
this panel, at the request of the director, to advise in and determined by the Commission, this function embraces
the avoidance of industrial controversies and the manner the analysis of hundreds of rate schedules filed by electric
in which mediation and voluntary adjustment shall be and gas utilities subject to Commission jurisdiction;
administered, particularly with reference to controversies the problem of simplifying and standardizing rate and
affecting the general welfare of the Nation. The act also tariff forms; and handling complaints and protests reauthorized boards of inquiry to be appointed by the Presi- garding the adequacy of service and the supply of natural
dent to assist in settlement of disputes involving substan- gas.
tially an entire industry and which he believes will imNew and additional work is being brought about by
peril the health or safety of the Nation. A separate item the accelerated water conservation and development
of $150,000 is recommended for 1949, which is available programs of the Corps of Engineers and the Bureau of
to this Service solely for the expenses of such special fact- Reclamation. The Commission's work in the field of
finding boards.
river basin surveys is primarily a problem relating to the
With respect to its own mediation efforts, the Service control and development of the water resources of the
estimates that it will receive 100,000 notices per year from river as contrasted to its work under other functions, such




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as power market surveys, which are largely an electrical
problem relating to the utilization of the water power that
could be developed. In other words, the river basin
survey is a study of the power potentialities of the river
and the power market survey is a study of the manner in
which these potentialities could be utilized.
The estimate for the fiscal year 1949 ($4,220,000)
represents an increase of $267,000 over total estimated
appropriations for 1948. The increase reflected is due
mainly to the additional contemplated work in licensing
hydroelectric projects, for making power market surveys
and handling special power problems, river basin surveys,
rate regulation, enforcement of uniform accounting practices, and the issuance of certificates of public convenience
and necessity.
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION

The Federal Trade Commission is charged with the
responsibility of administering acts which are designed to
accomplish the following purposes: (l)'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)
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.
The $3,975,000 recommended for the fiscal year 1949
includes $118,000 which is to be transferred to the Securities and Exchange Commission to provide for that agency's
participation in a joint program for the collection and
compilation of business financial statistics. The remaining $3,857,000 estimated for expenses of the Federal
Trade Commission in the fiscal year 1949 represents an
increase of 30.5 percent above the amount appropriated
for 1948.
An increase of $100,000 is included to enable the Commission to conduct legal and economic investigations and
the initial case work pertaining to the business transactions of insurance companies in interstate commerce. A
decision rendered June 5, 1944, by the Supreme Court of
the United States held such transactions to be in interstate
commerce, but the Congress postponed until June 30, 1948,
the operation of existing laws which, under the Court's
decision, became applicable to insurance companies. In
the fiscal year 1949, therefore, the Commission will be
required to administer the Clayton, Robinson-Patman,
and Federal Trade Commission Acts as applicable to the
insurance companies of the United States.
An increase of $384,000 is included to provide for a more
intensive program of industry-wide investigations of practices involving combinations in restraint of trade, pricefixing agreements, unlawful price discriminations, and
other unfair methods of competition. These investigations are expected to result in the promotion of free and
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One of the most important current domestic economic
problems is that of administered prices, which occur in
many industries where a substantial proportion of the output is accounted for by a few large companies. Economic
studies of industries following administered price practices
should be initiated in order to determine and evaluate
their effect upon the national economy. Subsequent
publication of industry reports is expected to produce a
deterrent effect on practices which adversely affect the
economy. To permit the Commission to initiate and
conduct such studies an increase of $185,000 is recommended.
The coordinated Federal program for the collection,
compilation, and publication of business financial statistics
is to be effectuated by the Federal Trade Commission
and the Securities and Exchange Commission jointly.
The Securities and Exchange Commission will develop
data already being submitted to it by listed corporations
pursuant to existing law, while the Federal Trade Commission will obtain similar data from a sampling of other
corporations. These data will be consolidated and made
available to other Government agencies and to the public.
An increase of $175,000 has been included for the Federal
Trade Commission's share of this work and, as previously
indicated, the total recommendation includes an additional
$118,000 for transfer to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The remaining increase of $57,880 is for periodic promotions required to be made under existing law.
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE

The General Accounting Office, which was created by
the Budget and Accounting Act of 1921, makes independent audits of the Government's receipts and expenditures,
prescribes uniform accounting systems, maintains appropriation accounts, settles claims, and construes and
interprets laws.
During 1947 the settlement of over 107,000 disbursing
and collecting officers7 accounts was accomplished, representing about two and one-half times the number received.
Nearly 35 million vouchers were audited, resulting in a
decrease in inventory from 32 million to about 18 million
vouchers. A closing inventory for 1948 of 11.5 million
vouchers is contemplated with a further decrease in 1949.
The 1949 estimates for the General Accounting Office
reflect a decrease of about 10 percent as compared with
1948 appropriations. By far the greater portion of the
appropriations is required for the performance of auditing
functions, including the audit of the accounts of Government corporations.
The work will be relatively current by the end of 1949.
Although workloads continue to be heavy, the only serious
backlog at this time is the check reconciliation work.
Further reductions in 1950 are indicated.
HOUSING EXPEDITER

The Office of Housing Expediter was first established by
the President in December 1945, in the Office of War
Mobilization and Reconversion, and administration of
certain functions relating to housing were provided by
Executive Order 9686 of January 26, 1946. In February
1946, the duties of Housing Expediter and National
Housing Administrator were combined. Executive Order
9820 of January 11, 1947, segregated the functions of the
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rent-control functions of the Office of Temporary Controls
were transferred to the Housing Expediter.
Certain functions pertaining to the expediting of housing
under the provisions of the Veterans' Emergency Housing
Act of 1946 (Public Law 388, approved May 22, 1946),
were repealed by the Housing and Rent Act of 1947
(Public Law 129, approved June 30, 1947), and the Office
of Housing Expediter was continued until February 29,
1948. Subsequent appropriations provided for final liquidation by June 30, 1948.
No estimate for the fiscal year 1949 for the Housing
Expediter is included in this chapter but is included elsewhere in this Budget under proposed legislation in connection with the extension of rent control.
INDIAN CLAIMS COMMISSION

By the act of August 13, 1946, an independent commission of three members was created to hear and
determine claims of American Indian tribes, bands, or
other identifiable groups of Indians residing within the
territorial limits of the United States or Alaska. Claimants are allowed a period of 5 years after the date of the
approval of the act within which to submit their claims.
The act provides that no claim existing before August 13,
1946, but not presented within 5 years, may thereafter be
submitted to any court or administrative agency for consideration, nor will such claim thereafter be entertained
by the Congress. The act also provides that no claim
accruing after the date of the approval of the act shall be
considered by the Commission. The Commission is required to complete its work within 10 years. The three
Commissioners took office on April 10, 1947. For 1948,
$150,000 was appropriated, and an appropriation of
$172,000 is recommended for 1949.
The Commission's general rules of procedure were
issued in July 1947. With the issuance of the general
rules, it is anticipated that the volume of cases received
will increase materially but that it will not be possible
to schedule a substantial volume of claims for hearings
during fiscal year 1949.

To keep pace with the increasing importance of motor
carriers in the transportation system, it is necessary to
restore enforcement of the Interstate Commerce Act to
prew^ar levels. Shippers and carriers are filing a growing
number of complaints involving violations of laws, regulations, and published tariffs. In keeping with the growing number of proceedings requiring accurate cost data,
more frequent field accounting investigations are required
to ascertain that carriers1 accounts are kept in accordance
with Commission regulations. Highway hazards, too,
have become a national problem; the Budget includes
funds for additional motor vehicle safety inspectors to
work with the States in the promotion of highway safety.
The Budget estimate for the fiscal year 1949 is
$11,229,000, an increase of $486,000 over 1948 appropriations. Of this 4%-percent increase, $276,643, or 57 percent, is for the Bureau of Motor Carriers. The remainder
of the increase is distributed to meet increasing work load
among the other bureaus whose work is directly affected
by Commission proceedings.
INTERSTATE COMMISSION ON THE POTOMAC RIVER BASIN

The Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin
is an agency concerned with pollution problems in the
Potomac River and its tributaries. It was established
under a compact between Maryland, West Virginia,
Pennsylvania, Virginia, and the District of Columbia,
approved by Congress July 11, 1940. The compact provides that the Federal Government shall contribute to the
expenses of the Commission. No such contribution has
been made during the formative period of the Commission's program. The Commission, strengthened by recent
increases in contributions from the signatory bodies to the
compact, is now prepared to carry on a broad program of
planning and coordination of activities for pollution control in the Potomac River Basin. The initial Federal
contribution of $9,000 provided in the 1949 estimate
approximates one third of the total budget of the Commission for 1949.

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS

The Interstate Commerce Commission regulates those
railroads, motor carriers, pipe lines, stockyards, water
carriers, private freight car lines, and freight forwarders,
operating in interstate commerce. In general, its jurisdiction covers matters of tariffs, finance, operating authority, service, safety, accounting, and valuation. Regulation, in accordance with the national transportation
policy, is performed in such a way as to recognize the
inherent economic advantages of each type 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.
Postwar readjustments in the transportation system
continue to impose an unprecedented burden on the
Commission. Effective January 1, 1947, for example,
railroads were granted a general rate increase after extensive hearings and investigations. Within the year, the
Commission again conducted exhaustive Nation-wide
hearings for 3 months, on a request by the railroads for a
second general rate increase. More Nation-wide and
regional proceedings covering rates, charges, and practices
of all types of carriers, are now pending before the Commission than at any time in its history. Following decisions in such proceedings, an additional work load is
imposed on the Commission in handling controversies and
issues over their application to individual situations.

The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics is
the agency of the Government responsible for the scientific
study of the problems of flight and for the conduct of research and experiments in aeronautics. The Committee, which consists of officials of the Government directly
concerned with military and civil aviation and private
citizens qualified in aeronautical fields, carries on research
mainly at its three laboratories: The Langley Memorial
Aeronautical Laboratory at Langley Field, Va.; the Ames
Aeronautical Laboratory at Moffett Field, Calif.; and the
Flight Propulsion Research Laboratory at Cleveland,
Ohio. It also has flight research stations at Wallops
Island, Va.; and at the Air Force's flight test base at
Muroc, Calif. The research work performed directly by
the staff of the Committee is supplemented through contracts with private institutions having facilities or personnel capable of assisting in the solution of special technical problems.
While civil aviation will ultimately benefit from much
of the Committee's work, over 90 percent of the present
program is now directed toward problems of immediate
or future military concern and is an integral part of the
aeronautical development programs of the military services. The appropriations recommended for 1949, totaling
$48 million, represent an increase of $4,546,000 over the
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power, supplies, and equipment to accelerate progress in
the Committee's research programs by making effective
use of newly constructed facilities. They will also provide,
together with the recommended contract authorization of
$18.2 million, for the construction of additional research
facilities that are required for the work of the Committee.
NATIONAL ARCHIVES

The National Archives is charged with the preservation
and servicing of inactive Federal records of permanent
value and historical interest for use of Government officials
and scholars. In addition, it authorizes agencies to dispose
of useless records when Congress has previously approved
the disposal of records of similar form and character, recommends to Congress the approval of schedules listing records
for future disposal at the source, and after appraising
records declared worthless by heads of agencies, makes
recommendations to Congress for their disposal. This
agency likewise publishes the Federal Register, containing
interdepartmental orders of general effect and applicability, and administers the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library
at Hyde Park, N. Y., which is the designated repository
for the late President's official papers. The increase of
approximately 11 percent in the 1949 estimates is primarily
for analysis and description of records, rehabilitation of
records and films badly in need of care, and preparation
of the 1948 Code of Federal Regulations.
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 5 nonresidential properties located
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 1949 Budget is required to protect
and conserve the Government's investment of some
$555,000 in the title I 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 and the disposition of war-housing
projects.
NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK AND PLANNING COMMISSION

The functions of the National Capital Park and Planning
Commission are of an advisory and operating character.
Its advisory activities, which include preparation and
maintenance of a comprehensive plan for the development of the National Capital and its environs, are charged
against District revenues and therefore appear in the
District of Columbia chapter of the Budget. The operating function of the Commission includes acquisition of
land for the development of the National Capital's park,
parkway, and playground system and 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. Appropriations 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 by Virginia and Maryland for development of the George Washington Memorial
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the park system in territory adjacent to the District.
The Commission has the further responsibility of making
a comprehensive plan and project area redevelopment
plans under the District of Columbia Redevelopment
Act, for which appropriations of Federal funds are
authorized.
The total estimates of $1,796,500 for 1949 include
$241,000 for acquisition of land in the District of Columbia, $1,494,000 for advances and contributions to the
Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission for acquisition of land, and $61,500 for redevelopment
planning and surveys.
NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD

The National Labor Relations Board administers the
provisions of the National Labor Relations Act (29
U. S. C. 151-166), as amended by the Labor-Management Relations Act, 1947 (Public Law 101, June 23,
1947).
Like a court of law, the Board has little or no control
over the number of actions brought before it but is under
a statutory mandate to process all cases which are properly filed. Moreover, the Board's objective is comparable
to that of a court: To resolve as rapidly as possible,
consistent with careful investigation of the facts and due
process of law, the issues brought before it for determination. It is assumed, however, that in the future, as in
the past, the great majority of petitions and charges will
be adjusted informally through the 19 regional offices,
which are now responsible to the general counsel.
The amended act continues the established policy of
guaranteeing the right of employees to self-organization;
to form, join, or assist labor organizations; and to bargain
collectively through representatives of their own choosing.
The agency remains responsible for the investigation of
questions concerning the representation of employees for
bargaining purposes, and the certification of majority
representatives of employees in appropriate bargaining
units. The act defines five specific types of employer
unfair labor practices which constitute interference with
employees' defined rights.
In addition to continuing the foregoing policies and responsibilities, the Labor-Management Relations Act
brought the agency new duties and responsibilities and
required substantial changes in procedure and organization. The law provides legal remedies for six specified
types of unfair labor practices committed by labor organizations or their agents. Three of the six designated
unfair labor practices represent practices formerly chargeable against employers only. A fourth makes unlawful
certain types of sympathy strikes, secondary boycotts,
and jurisdictional disputes, as well as strikes designed to
force an employer to violate a Board certification. The
remaining two unfair labor practices forbid excessive or
discriminatory membership fees and the exaction of pay
for services not performed. Investigations of charges of
prohibited sympathy strikes, secondary boycotts, or
strikes against Board certification must be given priority
and, if the evidence supports, must be made the subject of
applications to court for injunctive relief.
On all types of alleged unfair labor practices, the agency
investigates charges that are filed and, if after appropriate
notice and hearing it finds that such practices have been
committed, the Board is empowered to issue cease-anddesist orders against the parties found to have committed
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Appeals upon proper petition by the Board or an aggrieved
party.
In addition to the handling of new varieties of unfair
labor practice cases, the agency as reconstituted is responsible for the conduct of elections to determine whether
employees desire to authorize labor organizations to bargain for union-shop agreements with their employers; for
the receipt of affidavits and other documents as evidence
of compliance with the act which requires, as a condition
precedent to the use of Board machinery by a labor organization for its benefit, the filing of financial and other data
with the Secretary of Labor and the filing with the agency
of non-Communist affidavits by union officers; for the
maintenance of current files on the status of compliance
with such provisions by all local, national, and international labor organizations; for the conduct of elections on
the question of whether employees wish to accept the last
offers made by their employers in labor disputes which
are subject to the national emergency provisions of the
act; and for the determination by the Board of certain
types of jurisdictional disputes.
The major change in the organizational structure of the
agency and in the duties and responsibilities of the Board
members has resulted from the statutory creation of the
office of general counsel of the Board. The general counsel
is appointed by the President, by and with the advice and
consent of the Senate, for a term of 4 years. Under the
Labor-Management Kelations Act the general counsel has
final authority, on behalf of the Board, respecting the
investigation of charges and issuance of complaints and
the prosecution of such complaints before the Board. The
Board has responsibility for the handling of representation
issues, but has delegated to the general counsel the field
task of handling such cases, because the act requires his
general supervision over all field personnel. These delegations of major sectors of the Board's administrative responsibility to the general counsel, both as required by the act
and as a consequence of voluntary Board action, have
emphasized the separateness of the Board as a quasijudicial body.
The act also abolished the review section of the legal
division and required this work to be performed by legal
assistants to individual Board members. Approximately
40 assistants per Board member are estimated to be
necessary to carry out the work of the Board.
The 1949 Budget estimates are based on estimated case
intake and estimated staff necessary to process those
cases. The agency plans to process cases on a current
basis, to the end that labor-management difficulties may
not be further hampered by delays on the part of Government. The agency forecasts a total of 60,000 of all
types of cases (including 30,000 cases involving the holding of union shop elections). This forecast is necessarily
speculative because there is little experience as yet on
which to predict the extent to which labor and management will use the machinery of the new act, which only
went into effect August 22, 1947.
On the basis of case-load forecasts, an estimated
$12,875,000 would be needed for the Board's work during
the fiscal year 1949. The estimate of $9.4 million, together with appropriation language making the entire
appropriation available for obligation prior to April 1,




1949, if found necessary by the Bureau of the Budget for
effective administration, gives recognition to the indefinite
nature of the case-load estimates and the difficulty of
accurately estimating financial needs.
NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD

The National Mediation Board and the National Railroad Adjustment Board are two administrative agencies
created under the Railway Labor Act of 1926, as amended.
The purpose of the act is to promote and maintain order
in the labor relations of rail and air carriers and the organizations representing their employees.
Under the act, the National Mediation Board has the
duty, with respect to rail and air carriers and express and
sleeping-car companies, and their employees and employees' representatives: (1) To mediate disputes concerning rates of pay, rules, or working conditions, or any
matter not referrable to the National Railroad Adjustment Board; (2) to investigate disputes over representation, and to determine through conduct of secret ballots
or other appropriate methods, the freely chosen and authorized representatives of the employees involved; (3)
to induce the parties to submit unresolved disputes to
arbitration when mediation fails; (4) to notify the President whenever an unadjusted dispute threatens substantially to interrupt interstate commerce to a degree
which would deprive any section of the country of essential transportation, and to service emergency boards
which may be created by the President in such instances;
and (5) to perform certain functions in connection with
the National Railroad Adjustment Board.
The National Railroad Adjustment Board consists of
36 members equally representative of and compensated by
the rail carriers and related national labor organizations.
This Board operates through four independent, bipartisan
divisions, each of which has exclusive jurisdiction over
specified crafts of employees. It is the duty of the
several divisions of the Board to act on appropriate petitions for adjustment of unresolved disputes between an
employee or group of employees and a carrier or carriers,
growing out of grievances or out of interpretation or application of agreements concerning rates of pay, rules, or
working conditions. Secretaries to the Board members,
administrative personnel, and incidental expenses are
paid from appropriations authorized by the Railway
Labor Act.
Although the transportation industry was not entirely
free from work stoppages in the past year, the agency has
contributed materially to stable labor relations in its field.
No crucial labor problems in the industry are anticipated
in 1948 or 1949, although considerable unrest is expected
to continue. Mediation and representation annual case
loads are estimated at 480 for 1948 and 1949, but arbitration and emergency board requirements are expected to
diminish. The case backlogs of the National Railroad
Adjustment Board are still high, but this Board hopes to
achieve reasonable currency in its work during fiscal year
1949.
The 1949 estimates would provide $862,550 for the
agency, an over-all decrease of $6,850. Minor cost increases for within-grade promotions and travel, and a
larger volume of Adjustment Board awards partially offset
the reduced needs for arbitration and emergency boards.

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OFFICE OF SELECTIVE SERVICE RECORDS

Public Law 26, Eightieth Congress, approved March
31, 1947, established the Office of Selective Service Records
and charged it with three functions, (a) liquidating by
March 31, 1948, the Selective Service System, (b) establishing and operating Federal records depots, and (c) preserving the records, knowledge, and methods of Selective
Service. Principal functions of the depots are the servicing of requests for information and preparation for States
of statements of service on all veterans.
By the end of fiscal year 1948 the Selective Service
System will have been completely liquidated, Federal
records depots will have been established and will be in
operation in all States, and a planning and training program will be well under way.
The Budget for 1949 provides for operation of the Office
at the approximate level of the latter part of fiscal year
1948.
PHILIPPINE WAR DAMAGE COMMISSION

To implement the policies of the United States toward
the Philippines as embodied in the Tydings-McDuffie Act
of 1934, the Philippine Rehabilitation Act of 1946 authorized the appropriation of $400 million in partial restitution
of property losses resulting from the war. The Philippine
War Damage Commission was established pursuant to
Public Law 370, Seventy-ninth Congress, to adjudicate
and pay such war damage claims to persons qualified
under the law. The Commission began operation with
an appropriation of $10 million carried in the Third
Deficiency Appropriation Act of 1946, and received
$70 million for the fiscal year 1948.
During fiscal year 1947 the Commission completed
organization of a staff designed for large-scale handling
of claims, distributed one and one-quarter million sets of
claim forms throughout the 7,000 islands of the Philippine
Archipelago, and on March 1, 1947, began the receipt,
adjudication, and payment of claims. The year provided
by law within which claims may be filed with the Commission will be completed on February 29, 1948, at which
time an estimated 900,000 claims will have been received.
All claims must be adjudicated and paid prior to April 30,
1951, the date set by law for the dissolution of the Commission.
It is estimated that approximately 160,000 claims will be
adjudicated during the fiscal year 1948. In order to
complete adjudication of all claims within the time limit
set by law, it is planned to adjudicate approximately
400,000 claims in the fiscal year 1949. An expansion of
58 percent in the staff of the Commission is requested
to process this 150 percent increase in work load. The
increased staff will increase the rate of payment from 730
claims per working day to 1,600. The appropriation of
$95 million requested for the fiscal year 1949 is required
to cover the accelerated rate at which claims will be
adjudicated and paid. The sum of $225 million of the
total authorization will remain to be appropriated in the
fiscal years 1950 and 1951.
RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD

The review of previous claims awards and disallowances
required by the amendments to the Railroad Retirement
Act in Public Law 572, Seventy-ninth Congress, will be
completed in 1948 thus enabling the Board to return to a
more normal operating level. Because of the new insurances added and the more liberal basis lor determining
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amendments, the retirement program will operate at a
substantially higher level than in 1946. The estimates
for salaries, miscellaneous expenses, printing and binding,
and penalty mail, totaling $4,430,000 for 1949, a decrease
of 22.5 percent from 1948, reflect the completion of the
review program and the anticipated volume of claims
expected in that year.
The railroad retirement appropriated account is made
up of the estimated taxes to be collected from carriers and
their employees, to provide, after deduction for annual
administrative costs, for retirement, pension, disability,
and survivor benefits. It also includes 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 with earnings of $160 per month.
The high level of the estimate ol taxes for 1948 reflects
the effect of the increased tax rates beginning with the
calendar year 1947 on a high level of taxable wages
increased somewhat by wage awards effective in 1948.
By reason of the continued receipt of taxes in excess of
benefit payments and administrative costs, the railroad
retirement trust fund at the close of 1947 continues to
show an improved position. It is anticipated that this
favorable trend will continue for a number of years
thereby bringing the trust fund into a stronger actuarial
position.
The railroad unemployment insurance administration
fund annually receives 10 percent of the taxes collected
for railroad unemployment insurance. It is used for the
administrative costs of operating the railroad unemployment insurance system. The unexpended balance of the
fund in excess of $6 million at the close of each fiscal
year together with 90 percent of the taxes collected goes
into the railroad unemployment insurance trust fund
which is used to pay unemployment, sickness or temporary disability benefits. By reason of the additional
insurances and more liberal benefits provided by Public
Law 572, Seventy-ninth Congress, withdrawals from the
fund will tend to be larger than in past years. Nevertheless, the annual accumulations to the trust fund continue
to improve its already strong position to meet any demands that may be made upon it in 1949.
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 securities, both
on the stock exchanges and in the over-the-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
reorganizations.
The over-all volume of work coming to the Commission
in 1947 continued at the increased postwar rate. Corporate financing, as reflected in the registration of securities with the Commission, remained at a high level.
More financing was involved for new money purposes in
1947 than in the previous fiscal year when the total
financing was at its highest peak. This has required a
close scrutiny of disclosures made with respect to many
new promotions. The Commission's work in connection
with the surveillance of securities markets was performed
in 1947 on about the same basis as in the previous year.
Progress is being made in conforming the structures of
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patterns set forth by Congress in the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935. It is expected that further
progress in this respect will be made in 1948 and 1949.
More financing for new money purposes was accomplished
by the public utility industry in 1947 than the aggregate
for the 12 preceding years.
The $6 million estimated for expenses for the fiscal
year 1949 together with a transfer of $118,000 from the
Federal Trade Commission for corporate financial statistics, represents an increase of approximately 6.6 percent
above the amount available for 1948. The additional
funds are for (1) additions to the staff engaged in processing registration statements covering securities issues for
new financing and for other purposes; (2) for a broader
surveillance of securities markets, including the inspection
of the books and records of brokers and dealers transacting
business in the over-the-counter markets; (3) for servicing
formal dockets; (4) for bringing up-to-date the printing
of the Commission's decisions and reports which fell in
arrears during the war years; and (5) for participation
with the Federal Trade Commission in the coordinated
Federal program for the collection, compilation, and publication of business financial statistics. In regard to the
latter item, the Securities and Exchange Commission will
develop data already being submitted to it by listed
corporations pursuant to existing law, while the Federal
Trade Commission will obtain similar data from a sample
number of other corporations. These data will be consolidated and made available to other Government agencies and to the public.
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

The Smithsonian Institution, founded in 1846 for "the
increase and diffusion of knowledge among men," carries
on fundamental research in the natural sciences, and administers the United States National Museum, the
Astrophysical Observatory, the National Collection of
Fine Arts, the Bureau of American Ethnology, the International Exchange Service, and the Canal Zone Biological
Area. The Institution establishes the standards which
control a large proportion of the scientific inquiries of
mankind. Much of its basic research is of great benefit
to the oil, mining, manufacturing, and fishing industries,
to engineering enterprise, and to medical research. The
increase of approximately 21 percent in the 1949 estimates is required to overcome serious backlogs throughout the Institution's scientific divisions and for operation
and maintenance of the assembly center for the National
Air Museum.
The National Gallery of Art is a quasi-independent
branch of the Smithsonian Institution. Here are displayed free to the public world-famous paintings and
other art objects. An increase of approximately 2 percent in the 1949 estimates is required for within-grade
salary advancements and one new position.
TARIFF COMMISSION

The Tariff Commission collects, organizes, and interprets economic and trade data relating to industry, commodities, and foreign trade for governmental use in formulating and implementing United States tariff policy.
The Commission does not determine trade policies nor
does it have regulatory functions. Its investigations and
reports provide a basis for action by the Congress, the
President, and the executive departments.
The total appropriated funds available to the Commission during fiscal year 1948 are $1,150,532. The proposed




appropriation for the fiscal year 1949 totals $1.2 million,
an increase of $49,468, which is largely to care for certain
uncontrollable increased costs.
The Tariff Commission is currently engaged in studies
made at the request of the committees of Congress respecting provisions of the charter for the International Trade
Organization, and the tariff position of all commodities in
international trade, as well as reports on the critical
commodities included in the programs for the rehabilitation of the European economy.
The Commission's basic studies on tariffs will continue
throughout the fiscal year 1949. It will also be concerned
with the conduct of hearings, and the preparation of
reports to the Congress and the President on the effect
of the recent reciprocal trade agreements, as required by
Executive Order 9832, dated February 25, 1947. The
whole field of international trade as it may be affected by
United States legislation and international agreements
will continue to require close attention by the Tariff
Commission if all branches of the Government are to have
available the factual data needed for decision and action.
THE TAX COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

The function of the Tax Court is to review administrative determinations of tax deficiencies made by the
Commissioner of Internal Revenue and to finally decide
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, and in determining the amount of
excessive profits on war contracts wjhen contractors appeal
determinations made under the Renegotiation Act.
The 1949 estimates for the Tax Court of the United
States are in the same amount as the 1948 appropriations.
During 1947 a total of 3,223 cases were closed, of which
number 827 were closed by trial. A somewhat greater
accomplishment is anticipated for 1948 and 1949. fAt
the beginning of fiscal year 1948 there was a.backlog of
about 6,300 cases including about 500 renegotiation cases.
UNITED STATES MARITIME COMMISSION

The Merchant Marine Act of 1936 declared a merchant
marine to be "necessary for the national defense and
development of * * * foreign and domestic commerce/7 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 under certain conditions; 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.
On December 1, 1947, the President transmitted a
message to Congress recommending that the Commission's

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authority relating to the charter, sale, and operation of ing vocational rehabilitation for disabled veterans and
Government-owned vessels be extended from its present the programs authorized by the Servicemen's Readjustexpiration date of February 29, 1948, to June 30, 1949 ment Act of 1944. This act provided for the guaranty
(H. Doc. 468). Accordingly, amounts have been included of loans for the purchase of homes, farms, or business
for fiscal years 1948 and 1949 to provide funds necessary properties; the provision of subsistence allowances,
as a result of this recommended extension of authority. tuition, books, fees, and educational supplies to veterans
The need for such extension is brought about by the con- wishing to obtain additional education, or desiring to
tinuation in Government ownership of approximately undertake vocational training; and the payment of
two-thirds of the active American-flag fleet. Over 1,200 readjustment allowances to veterans seeking employdry-cargo vessels are under charter to American citizens, ment, or attempting to establish themselves as selfchiefly for the purpose of carrying relief cargoes such as employed, during the period following their discharge
coal, grain, and fertilizer to Western Europe. Other por- from military service.
tions of the chartered fleet are engaged in essential coastCongress has previously authorized an extensive hospital
wise and intercoastal services. Under its authority to construction program consisting of 99 new hospitals and
operate vessels through agents for Government account, additions to existing hospitals to provide 53,500 beds for
the Commission is now operating emergency passenger the care of the greatly expanded veteran population. It
vessels and tankers.
is anticipated that 91 new hospitals and additions conEstimates of appropriations for fiscal year 1949 total sisting of 46,900 beds will be completed or under con$121.5 million, including funds for extension of the sales, struction by the end of fiscal year 1949.
charter, and operating functions of the Commission.
Funds estimated for operating expenses of the medical,
Salaries and expenses.'—Long-range promotional activi- hospital, and domiciliary care program are premised on
ties of the Commission are provided for in the amount of the use of an average of 135,473 beds in 135 hospitals and
$75.4 million under this head. Included is $24 million homes to provide hospital and domiciliary care for an
for new ship construction (plus $15.3 million in contract estimated average patient and member load of 125,600,
authorization), $30 million for operating-differential sub- an increase of 14,841 over the fiscal year 1948 estimate.
sidies, $7.5 million for reserve fleet expense, $11.6 million In addition, an average patient and member load of
for administrative expenses, and lesser amounts for 21,950 will be cared for in other Federal, State, and
maintenance of shipyard facilities, operation of ware- private hospitals and homes. The out-patient activities
houses, operation of terminals, and miscellaneous ex- at field stations will provide medical and dental care for
an estimated 4 million veterans in its own facilities and
penses.
Maritime training.'—The budget provision of $6.9 approximately 2){ million veterans are expected to receive
million for the training of merchant seamen contemplates such care on a fee basis through the agency's home town
continuation of schools at King's Point, N. Y.; Sheeps- medical care program. Funds recommended will permit
head Bay, N. Y.; St. Petersburg, Fla.; and Alameda, considerable expansion of the programs for education and
Calif.; as well as pay and subsistence for cadets in four training of medical personnel and for medical research in
connection with the care of veterans hospitalized in the
State marine schools.
State mari/ne schools.'—In addition to the direct training agency's facilities.
activities of the Commission, grants are made to estabThe administration of national service life insurance is
lished State marine schools. The appropriation for State complicated by the great number of policies issued—
marine schools is to provide for matching grants and per approximately 20 million—and the fact that over 10
capita payments for out-of-State students, and for repairs million veterans were demobilized in a period of less than
for vessels loaned by the Federal Government to these a year, necessitating transfers from a deduction-from-pay
schools.
basis to an individual direct-payment basis. The agency
Vessel operating activities.'—Continuation of these activi- has in the past quite naturally concentrated its efforts on
ties from March' 1, 1948, to June 30, 1948, will require rendering the best possible service to veterans who have
supplemental appropriations in the current fiscal year maintained their insurance. It is estimated that approxiestimated at $19.7 million. For 1949, because of a mately 4,250,000 veterans have continued their insurance.
gradual decrease in the level of chartering operations, it is An additional \% million policies are in effect covering
estimated that only $38.8 million will be necessary. members of the armed forces.
Approximately half of the amount included for 1949
The progress in getting records on a current basis with
relates to continued operation of 10 emergency passenger respect to veterans continuing their insurance has been
vessels. Of the remaining $18 million for charter activi- such that it is now possible to plan the preliminary steps of
ties, approximately $8 million is for the exchange of an determining the period of time each veteran maintained
estimated 100 vessels under charter with a like number his insurance, whether or not he subsequently allowed it to
from the reserve fleets. The remaining expenses are lapse. This information is essential to the payment of
incidental to the continued charter operation, including dividends. Work on this project is scheduled to begin in
funds for the gradual withdrawal of about 200 vessels the near future and will be completed some time during
from charter operations prior to the end of the fiscal year the 1949 fiscal year.
1949.
The next step then will be the actual calculation of
dividends payable to veterans who maintained their term
VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION
insurance for a minimum period. It is uncertain that
The Veterans' Administration furnishes to the veterans such payments will be begun in the fiscal year 1949.
of all wars and of the peacetime National Military Such a process will involve the receipt and review of 18
Establishment services consisting mainly of medical and million applications. Because of the size and complexity
hospital care under specified conditions, the payment of of the operation and the difficulty of foretelling at this
compensation and pensions, and the administration of time the extra costs involved, it is planned to subGovernment life insurance. The agency also administers mit an estimate of appropriation for the administraa number of programs for World War II veterans, includ- tive expenses attached to the actual processing of ap-




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plications and payment of dividends when the time schedule and the financial requirements are more precisely
known.
Of the benefits provided under the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, the most extensively used have
been those provided under the education and training
program. It is estimated that the average number of
veterans engaged in this program in the fiscal year 1948
will be approximately 2,250,000, with approximately
1,730,000 during the 1949 fiscal year. In addition, the
number of disabled veterans receiving vocational rehabilitation is estimated at approximately 246,000 in the 1948
fiscal year and 216,000 in the 1949 fiscal year. The estimated decrease in the load for 1949 under 1948 is, of
course, accompanied by estimated reductions in the benefit payments and administrative expenses.
The payment of readjustment allowances to veterans
while seeking employment, or while attempting to establish themselves as self-employed, has been declining
markedly as veterans have been increasingly successful
in locating suitable employment. The numbers of
veterans receiving such payments during the fall of 1947
has been at the lowest point since December of 1945. It
is estimated that the average numbers of veterans receiving unemployment allowances will be 500,000 in the
1948 fiscal year and 325,000 in the 1949 fiscal year, while
the number of veterans receiving payments while attempting to establish themselves as self-employed will be 125,000
in 1948 and 65,000 in 1949.
The processing of new applications for compensation
and pensions has been decreasing. Sixty percent of the
review of all cases under the 1945 disability rating schedule
was completed as of September 30, 1947, and the balance
of this work is scheduled for completion not later than
September 30, 1948. Additional work in connection with
compensation and pension claims will consist mainly of
the periodical review of cases now on the rolls. Although
the administrative load involved in processing applications is decreasing, the compensation and pension rolls
are estimated to reveal some increase, as follows: June 30,
1947 (actual), 2,920,769; June 30, 1948 (estimated),
2,946,229; June 30, 1949 (estimated), 3,063,160.
The loan guaranty program is estimated to remain at
the 1947 level of approximately 635,000 loans guaranteed
throughout the fiscal year 1948 and fiscal year 1949. However, the losses resulting from the accumulated number of
loans guaranteed have recently increased and this increase
is expected to continue through both the current and the
coming fiscal year, thus increasing somewhat the amounts
payable for this program from the appropriation "Readjustment benefits."
The contact program (providing information and referral services to veterans) has been decreasing. As work
loads caused by the Servicemen's Readjustment Act decline, and as more efficient operation becomes possible in
other programs, a further decrease is anticipated in this
program.
The general administrative program of the agency, including the maintenance of the files and the payment of
the various types of awards, will be decreased in 1949
from the 1948 level, largely due to the decrease in volume
of the various benefit programs, especially those authorized by the Servicemen's Readjustment Act.
The appropriation estimate for "Salaries and expenses"
is $937 million, an increase of $39 million over the amount
available in 1948. The medical, hospital, and domiciliary
activities are estimated to cost $639 million, an increase




of approximately $100 million over the amount available
for 1948. The estimate for the administration of all other
programs is $298 million, or $61 million less than the
estimated 1948 cost.
Estimates for "Printing and binding" and "Penalty
mail costs" reflect the decline in the general administrative
load.
The recommended appropriation for "Army and Navy
pensions" reflects a decrease under the amount for 1948,
although expenditures are estimated to increase from
$2,055 million in the 1948 fiscal year to $2,105 million
in the 1949 fiscal year. The decrease in the appropriation estimate is caused by the availability of unexpended
balances at the end of the 1948 fiscal year.
The recommended appropriation for "Readjustment
benefits" shows a considerable reduction in 1949 from
the amount appropriated in 1948. This is partially accounted for by reduced estimates for the current fiscal
year resulting in unexpended balances at the close of this
fiscal year, which may be used in 1949. The expenditure
estimates under this head, including expenditures for education and training, unemployed and self-employed allowances, and the loan guaranty program are estimated at
$3,280 million in the 1948 fiscal year and $2,528 million
in the 1949 fiscal year.
The hospital construction program for 1949 under
"Hospital and domiciliary facilities" provides no authorization for additional new beds but includes recommended
additional contract authorization of $15 million to meet
the increased construction costs of new hospitals previously authorized and $28 million for the repair, alteration, and renovation of existing hospitals and homes.
The $230 million estimate of appropriated funds is for
liquidation of obligations against contractual authority
previously provided for repairs, alterations, and renovations of existing facilities and for approximately 91 new
hospitals with 46,900 beds, estimated to be completed or
under construction by June 30, 1949.
No estimate is included for the appropriation "Operation of canteens" since canteens have now been established
in substantially all of the existing hospitals and homes.
Funds previously appropriated for use as a revolving fund
are estimated to be adequate for the installation of canteens in new hospitals to be completed in 1949.
The recommended appropriation for the Government's
share of war-risk losses under the National Service Life
Insurance Act of $49 million as compared to $62 million in
fiscal year 1948 indicates the virtual completion of warrisk transfers to the insurance trust fund. While such
transfers will continue indefinitely, the amounts will
gradually decrease.
The appropriation for "Soldiers' and sailors' civil
relief," estimated at $65,000 for 1949 as compared to
$833,000 in fiscal year 1948, also reflects the virtual completion of the program of protecting veterans from loss of
commercial insurance policies during their war service.
While the appropriation for "Veterans' miscellaneous
benefits" is estimated at $52 million for the 1949 fiscal
year compared to $85 million in the 1948 fiscal year, the
expenditure estimates are $71 million in 1948 and $67
million in 1949. The availability of unexpended balances
at the end of the fiscal year 1948 will decrease the appropriation needs for 1949.
Not included in this chapter but included in the Budget
as a contingency is an estimated appropriation for the
administrative expenses of making the initial dividend
payment of national service life insurance, as previously

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59

discussed. The estimate will be submitted at a later date
when actual needs can be determined more exactly.

inventory available for disposal shrinks. Moreover, as
disposals diminish in volume and the discount and donation programs are used more widely, cash recoveries by
WAR ASSETS ADMINISTRATION
the Government will further decline. The combined
Handling and disposition of property surplus to the effect of these factors will be a progressively less favorable
needs of Federal agencies in the continental United relationship between program costs and the proceeds from
States and in the Territories and island possessions sales.
It is estimated that the total volume of surplus property
(except Guam) is the responsibility of the War Assets
Administration. Under the authority of the Surplus which has been and is yet to be acquired by the War Assets
Property Act of 1944, 12 Government agencies have from Administration and its designated disposal agencies will
time to time been designated to assist in the disposal of amount to $29.4 billion by June 30, 1948. Disposals
surplus property, but nearly 98 percent of the property through September 30, 1947, amounted to $20.5 billion at
now available for disposal is carried in War Assets Admin- original cost. Thus, about 70 percent of the total job had
been completed at that date.
istration inventories.
Of the total inventory remaining for disposal on October
Existing statutory objectives governing the disposal of
surplus property include the following: To promote the 1,1947, about half or $3.7 billion consisted of real property.
reestablishment of a peacetime economy of free private Disposal of real property presents many problems not
enterprise; to strengthen and preserve the competitive encountered in the disposal of other types of surplus, and
position of small business; to establish returning veterans a number of years will be required to effect complete
in agriculture, business, and professions; to effect broad liquidation.
It is anticipated that personal property surpluses resultand equitable distribution of surplus property; to dispose
of surpluses rapidly without fostering monopoly; and to ing from the war will be largely liquidated by June 30,
1948, and that sometime in fiscal year 1949 the remaining
obtain fair value for the Government.
In disposing of personal property the Administration is inventories of such property and amounts currently being
required by the act to observe purchasing priorities in the declared surplus by Government agencies will approach
following order: Federal Government agencies, veterans, peacetime proportions. This will be mad e possible through
small business, State and local governments, and nonprofit the increased use of summary disposal methods such as
institutions. In addition, a number of surplus items bid solicitations, auctions, and negotiated sales, and
especially desired by veterans are designated by the Ad- through special disposal programs, including the extenministrator and set aside for exclusive sale to them. The sion of credit to foreign governments and the transfer of
act also provides for discounting the sale or lease value of industrial equipment to the military establishment under
property disposed of to health and educational institu- Public Law 364, 80th Congress.
In view of the disproportionate effect which any slippage
tions, to the extent of benefits thereby accruing to the
United States, and for the donation to such institutions of in current year disposal operations might have on fiscal
any property having no commercial value or entailing year 1949 budget requirements, and in view of the difficare and handling expenses greater than estimated pro- culty in foreseeing at this time the form that disposal
organization and operations may take, no 1949 estimate
ceeds.
Certain objectives as well as priority and preference of appropriation for the surplus property function is
provisions contained in the Surplus Property Act have included in this chapter. An estimate of appropriation
retarded the disposal of surpluses and have constituted a for this function will be transmitted to the Congress later,
substantial cost factor in the operations of the agency. however, and a provisional forecast of the amount is
These effects are becoming more pronounced as the included elsewhere in this Budget.
ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATION
dent, 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 [$2,000]
COMPENSATION OF THE PRESIDENT
$3,000 for deposit in [the general fund of] the Treasury for [cost
Salary of the President—
of J penalty mail [as required by the Act of June 28, 1944] (39
For compensation of the President of the United States, U. S. C. 32Id); automobiles; printing and binding; services as
$75,000. (8 U. S. C. 42; Independent Offices Appropriation Act, authorized by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (5 U. S. C.
1948.)
55a), at rates for individuals not in excess of $50 per 'diem; and
travel and official entertainment expenses of the President, to be
Annual appropriation, general account:
accounted for on his certificate solely; [$952,500] $969,612: ProAppropriated 1948, $75,000
Estimate 1949, $75,000 vided, That employees of the departments and independent offices
Obligations: 01 Personal services—1947, $75,000; 1948, $75,000; 1949, $75,000.
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. 48, 45; 81 U. S. C. 588; 60 Stat 811; Independent Offices
THE WHITE HOUSE OFFICE
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Salaries and Expenses, The White House OfficeAnnual appropriation, general account:
Salaries and expenses: For expenses necessary for The White
House Office, including compensation of the Secretary to the Presi- Appropriated 1948, $952,500
Estimate 1949, $969,612

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Actual, 1947

THE WHITE HOUSE OFFICE—Continued
Salaries and Expenses, The White House Office—Continued
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Estimate, 1948

Estimate, 1949

$2,699
68,158
2,133

$5,666
74,287
2,300

$3,070
74,693
2,690

772,122

814,225

875,662

Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C.944
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental_
Night-work differential, departmental
01

Personal services.-.

_..,.

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations

$883, 660
-35,153

$952, 500
-61,101

848, 507

891,399

$969, 612
19, 612

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services.
02 Travel..-04 Communication services
Penalty mail
05 Rents and utility services
06 Printing and binding
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment

$772,122
33, 094
15, 035
2,417
3,199
6,239
71
14, 788
1,542

$814, 225
30, 000
17, 500
2,000
5,775
7,750
149
12, 000
2,000

$875, 662
40, 000
18, 000
3,000
5, 775
8,000
175
15, 000
4,000

Total obligations

848, 507

891, 399

.9, 612

DETAIL OP PERSONAL SERVICES

Num- Total N u m Departmental:
ber
salary ber
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 16. $10,000 and over:
3 $30,000
3
Secretary to the President
6
60,000
A dministrative assistant. _
6
Grade 15. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
10,000
Executive clerk
Information officer..
Grade 14. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
8,180
Executive clerk.._
8,180
C hief of correspondence
Special assistant
8,180
A dministrati ve officer
8,180
Chief usher
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Special assistant to the President.._
1 7,102
Special assistant
2
14,445
A dministrati ve officer
._
1 7,102
Grade 12. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
6,384
Administrative officer
6,255
Doorkeeper
_
Chief, telegraph, code, and travel...
Grade 11. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
4,902
Administrative assistant
4,902
Administrative officer
5, 269
Chief of files
5,269
Assistant usher
Secretary to the wife of the Presi4,902
dent
.Chief of mails
4,902
Assistant chief of correspondence. - .
Assistant chief, telegraph, code and
travel services
Assistant chief, social entertainment
Grade 10. Range $4,526 to $5,278:
4,646
Administrative officer
4,830
Chief of mails
4,830
Chief of records
4,874
Chief of telephone service
Assistant chief, telegraph, code and
4,777
travel service
4,526
Assistant chief of files
Personnel assistant
Assistant to the chief, telegraph,
4,579
code and travel service
4,830
Assistant usher
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
46, 650
Secretarial assistant
4,294
Assistant to the social secretary
Expert on social forms, customs and
4,830
practices
4,487
Administrative officer
Accountant-auditor
Assistant to the chief of correspond1
4,150
1
ence
1
4,150
1
Personnel assistant
1
4, 232
1
Assistant to the chief usher
54,072
14
17
Grade 8. Range $3,773 to $4,526
70,850
21
20
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
68,852 23
21
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
56, 947 19
20
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
93, 351 38
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845.._.... 37
35, 513 11
16
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
4,408
1
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
2
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 6. Range $2,469 to $2,921
1
9
Grade 5. Range $2,244 to $2,695 _
8
19,642
10
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
10
21,682
3
3
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
5,963
Unclassified
6
16,380
210 778,583
Total permanent, departmental
19.3 79,451
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
190.7 699,132




Total N u m salary ber
$30,000
60,000

3
6

Total
salary
$30,000
60,000

10,000
10, 000

10, 000
10, 000

8,330
8,330
8,678
16. 510
8,330

8,479
8,479
8,778
16, 809
8,479

14, 683

7,102

6,499
6,384
6,224

12, 528
6, 604
6,384

5,017
5,017
5,444
5,444

5,153
5,624
5,624
5,153
5,122
5,152

5,017
4,902
4,957

4,902

EMERGENCY FUND FOR THE PRESIDENT
Emergency Fundjfor the President—

For expenses necessary to provide additional assistance to the
President and to enable him, through such agents or agencies of the
Government as he shall designate, to provide for emergencies affecting the national interest or security, without regard to such provisions of law regulating the expenditure of Government funds or
the employment of persons in the Government service as he shall
specify, [$500,000, of which not to exceed $70,000 may be allocated
for the President's Amnesty Board, and] $1,000,000, of which
$100,000 may, when authorized by the President, be expended for
objects of a confidential nature and in any such case the certificate
of the expending agency as to the amount of the expenditure and
that it is deemed inadvisable to specify the nature thereof shall be
deemed a sufficient voucher for the sum therein expressed to have
been expended: Provided, That no part of such fund shall be available 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 Eightieth Congress and such appropriation
denied after consideration thereof by the Senate or House of Representatives or by the Committee on Appropriations of either body.
(Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1948.)

Annual appropriation, general account:
Appropriated 1948, $500,000
Estimate 1949, $1,000,000
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Transferred to—
Executive Office of the President
Department of Commerce
Department of the Interior
National Military Establishment: Department of the Army
Reserve for future allocation

$500,000

$1,000,000

-358,072
- 4 1 , 850
-10,000

-225,976

-50,000
- 4 0 , 078

-774,024

Total obligations.

Emergency Fund for the President (Allotment to Executive Office of
the President)—

4,902
4,777

4,887

4,954
4,934

5,072
5,059

4,902
4,651

4,766
4,526
4,811
5,060

4,706
4,952

39,194
4,536

39, 529
4,415
4.902
4,609
4,275
4,275
4,275
67, 227
75,400
75,769
54,825
97,066
25, 734
2,394
2,469
22, 400
22,392
6,176
16, 965

4,726
4,150
8,540
1
15
20
22
20
36
12
1

4,350
60,739
73,620
74, 048
58, 869
93,061
28,139
2,394

10
4
7

2,537
20, 260
22,869
8,458
18,334

210
798,739
13.9 66,767

208
798,279
0.8
3,070

196.1 731,972

207. 2 795, 209

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Transferred from "Emergency fund for the
President"

$358, 072

$225, 976

$298,148
21, 444
4,625
265
23, 500
7,135
2,955

$199, 211
10, 000
4,500
265
7,000
3,000
2, 000

358, 072

225, 976

Total
salary

Num- Total
ber salary

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Personal services
Travel
Communication services. -.
Rents and utility servicesPrinting and binding
Other contractual servicesSupplies and materials

TotarobligationsDETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:
NumClerical, administrative, fiscal service:
ber
Grade 16. $10,000 and over:
Assistant to the President
___•>_.
Special counsel to the President._.
Grade 15. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
C hief of reports
Administrative assistant
Special assistant
Coordinator
Program coordinator
Grade 14: Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Program coordinator
Special assistant
Program analyst
Program manager

Total N u m salary ber
1
1

$15,000
12,000
9, 975

8,778
8,180

1
1

$15,000
12,000

10,000
9,975
9,975
9,975
9,975
8,180
8,180
8,479

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

D E T A I L OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Departmental—Continued
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service— NumContinued
ber
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Information specialist
Grade 11. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Administrative assistant
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Secretarial assistant
Secretary
Administrative assistant
Grade 8. Range $3,773 to $4,526
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150.
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Program coordinator.
Counsel
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
Unclassified
Total permanent, departmental Deduct lapses
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
Temporary employment, departmental-..
W. A. E . employment, departmental
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C. 944
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental.
01
Personal services.

Total Numsalary ber

Total Numsalary ber

Personal services
Travel
Communication services
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials

Total
salary
$7,102

; 4,902
4,275

4,385
4,150
4,150

3,773
20, 425

40, 221
6,403

2,895
10,000
9,975
1
57
75
3

2,244
173,697
286,119
13,811

1
1

10,000
10,000
2,304

31 195,607
0.2
752

272, 308
3,713
15, 429

30.8 194,855

2,110
4,588
298,148

72

752
3,604

199,211

Emergency Fund for the President, National Defense (Allotment to
Executive Office of the President)—
Actual, 1947

Total obligations

5,153

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

$33,720
254
481
683
117
35, 255

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:
Num- Total Number
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
salary ber
Grade 16. $10,000 and over:
1 $15,000
Assistant to the President
Grade 11. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
1
Administrative assistant
4,902
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
1
Secretarial assistant
4,275
3
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
10,191
1
3,021
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
1
2,645
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Program coordinator
10,000
Legal adviser
9,975
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
2,020
11
Total permanent, departmental
62,029
5
29,677
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
32, 352
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental..
1,368
01
Personal services
33,720

Relief Assistance to Countries Devastated by War, Executive
Office of the President (Allotment to Executive Office of the
President)—

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Actual, 1947

Transferred from "Emergency fund for
the President, national defense"
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations

$447,000
-71,913

Total Num- Total
salary
ber salary

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Administration of the voluntary food conservation program under the Executive Office
of the President

375,087

F U N D S AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
02
04
06
07
08

Personal services
Travel
Communication services
Printing and binding
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials

-

Transferred from "Relief assistance to
countries devastated by war, Executive
Office of the President"
Unobligated balance, estimated savings .
Total obligations

$222,311
38,680
7,854
29,486
74, 291
2,465

$500,000
-260, 000
240,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Total obligations-

375,087

Personal services
Travel
Transportation of things.._
Communication services—
Pentalty mail
Printing and binding
Other contractual services.
Supplies and materials
Total obligations

DETAIL o r PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:
Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
ber
salary ber
salary ber salary
Grade 16. $10,000 and over:
Special counsel to the President. _.
1 $12,000
Special assistant to the President.._
1
10,000
Grade 14. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Special assistant
8,479
1
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Secretarial assistant
2
8,393
Grade 8. Range $3,773 to $4,526:
Administrative assistant
1
3,856
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150:
Secretary
3
10,209
Unclassified.
_
_.
63 128,316
Total permanent, departmental
Deduct lapses

72 179,253
0. 4 1, 743

Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
Temporary employment, departmental..
W. A. E. employment, departmental
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental-

71.6 177,510
18, 862
20, 098
5,841

01

Personal services..

$5, 000
1,000
10, 000
25,000
4,000
120, 000
73, 000
2,000
240,000

EXECUTIVE MANSION AND GROUNDS
Maintenance, 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, [$202,250]
$280,700.
(U. S. C. 2; Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Annual appropriation, general account:
Appropriated 1948, $202,250

Estimate 1949, $230,700

222, 311
Actual, 1947

Salaries and Expenses, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion Functions, The White House Office—
Actual, 1947
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Transferred from "Salaries and expenses,
Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion" _.
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations.




$35,300
-45
35,255

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Reimbursements for services performed.__
.
Total available for obligation
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations....

$202,250
6,177
208, 427
-167
208,260

$202,250

$230, 700

202,250

230,700

202,250

230,700

$163, 628
76
12,157
18

$151,830
76
12,157
18

$167,956
76
12,157
18

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
04
05
06

Personal services
Communication services
Rents and utility services
Printing and binding

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
EXECUTIVE MANSION AND

GROUNDS—Continued

Maintenance, Executive Mansion and Grounds—Continued
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

OBLIGATIONS BY ACTIVITIES—Con.

$7,856
24,372
153

Total obligations
Number

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Unclassified service:
Housekeeper..
Other
-

1
55

_

Total permanent, field
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, field (average number, net salary)
.._
Temporary employment, field
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base,
5 U. S. C. 944
Overtime and holiday pay, field_.
Night-work differential, field
01

Personal services

$7, 856
26,150
4,163

$10,180
34, 310
6,003

208,260

07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment.
_..

202, 250

230, 700

Total Numsalary ber

Total N u m - Total
salary ber salary

$3,397
128,143

1
54

$3,648
126,957

1
60

$3,773
142,958

56 131,540
0.1
261

55

130,605

61

146,731

55.9 131,279
13,073

55

130,605
13,305

61

146,731
13,807

502
17,882
892

1,004
6,024
892

502
6,024
892

163, 628

__

[$744] $800 for deposit in [the general fund of] the Treasury for
[cost of] penalty mail [as required by the Act of June 28, 1944]
(89 U. S. C. 32Id); not to exceed [$32,000] $85,000 for services as
authorized by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 ([Public Law
600] 5 U. S. C. 55a), at rates not to exceed [$35 (unless a higher
rate, not exceeding $50, shall be approved by the Director of the
Bureau of the Budget)] $50 per diem for individuals; purchase of
[one] two passenger motor [vehicle] vehicles for replacement only;
a health-service program as authorized by [the Act of August 8,
1946 (Public Law 658)] law (5 U. S. C. 150); and the payment of
claims pursuant to [part 2 ] section 408 of the Federal Tort Claims
Act ([Public Law 601); $3,254,608] 28 U. S. C. 921); $3,292,000.
(31 U. S. C. 1-24; 6 U. S. C. 138t, 139; sec. 607, Act of June 80,
1945, Public Law 106; sec. 14, Act of May 24, 1946, Public Law 390,
Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $3,254,608
Estimate 1949, $3,292,000

151, 830

167, 956

Addition to Executive Mansion, and Improvements of Executive
Mansion and Grounds—

Actual, 1947
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Transferred to "Salaries and expenses,
Office of Government Reports".. __ . .
Reimbursements for services performed.._

$3,623,483
-171,135
40,649

20,000

20,000

Total available for obligation
Unobligated balance, estimated savings..

3,492,997
-28,270

3,274,608

3,312,000

Obligations incurred
Comparative transfer to "Salaries and expenses, Office of Government Reports". _

3,464,727

3,274,608

3,312,000

3,241,778

3,274,608

3,312,000

$368,300
640,431
1,253,633
294,432
76,369
390,180
194,648
23,785

$419,900
625,358
1,259,310
290,570
90,870
365,435
197,905
25,260

$425,955
627,505
1,268,955
293,565
91,680
379,405
199,490
25,445

3,241,778

3,274,608

3,312,000

$3,037,153
76,431
65
33,802
529
4,558
21,022
27,507
40,711

$3,076,308
95,000
3,400
32,756
744
1,400
23,500
26,000
15,500

$3,113,700
95,000
3,400
32,700
800
1,400
23,500
26,000
15,500

3,241,778

3,274,608

3,312,000

Total obligations
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

$3,254,608

$3,292,000

-222,949

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
OBLIGATIONS BY ACTIVITIES

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

$613,823
-466,264

Total obligations

$466,264

147,559

Prior year balance available
Balance available in subsequent year

466,264

$757
108
329
259
79

$7,800
108

OBLIGATIONS B T OBJECTS

01
02
03
05
06
07

Personal services
Travel.
Transportation of things
Eents and utility services
Printing and binding
_
Contractual services:
Building and furnishings, improvements and repairs
Work performed by other agencies .
08 Supplies and materials. _
09 Equipment
10 Lands and structures

Administrative office
Administrative management division. _
Estimates division...
Fiscal division
.
Legislative reference division
Statistical standards division..
Field service
_.
Federal Board of Hospitalization
Total obligations
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

11,888
24,134
13,011
13,392
83,602

37,300
10,000
42,000
46,600
322,456

147,559

Total obligations

1.
2.
3.
4
5.
6.
7
8.

466,264

01
02
03
04
05
07
08
09

Personal services
Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Penalty mail
Rents and utility services..
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment
Total obligations

-

...

--

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Temporary employment, field
W. A. E. employment,
field.
01

Personal services

$7,800

$757

__

757

7,800

Extraordinary Repairs and Refurnishing, Executive Mansion—
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Prior year balance available

$1,856

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

07 Other contractual services (building
and furnishing repairs)
08 Supplies and materials
_
Total obligations

$1,043
813
1,856

BUREAU OF THE BUDGET
Salaries and Expenses, Bureau of the Budget—
Salaries and expenses: For expenses necessary for the Bureau
of the Budget and Federal Board of Hospitalization, including
personal services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere;
exchange of books; newspapers and periodicals (not exceeding
$200); teletype news service (not exceeding $900); not to exceed




DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Departmental:
salary ber salary
ber
salary ber
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 16. $10,000 and over:
1 $10,000
1 $10,000
1 $10,000
Director
1
10,000
1
10,000
1
10,000
Assistant director
Grade 15. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
1
10,000
1
10,000
1
10,000
Executive assistant to director
1
10,000
1
10,000
1
9,975
Assistant to director
Assistant director in charge of divi4
40,000
4
40,000
4
40,000
sion
1
10,000
1
10,000
1
10,000
Chief of field service
12 119,900
14 139,900
12 119,950
Assistant chief of division
1
9,975
2
19,975
1
10,000
Administrative consultant
Grade 14. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
18 156,510
18 154,716
21 177,761
Budget examiner
14 119,304
14 118,108
16 133,571
Administrative analyst
4
33,617
4
33,318
4
33,019
Fiscal analyst
--1
9,377
1
9,077
1
9,077
Legislative analyst
1
8,778
1
8,479
Information adviser
1
8,778
1
8,180
Personnel officer
1
8,180
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
65 485,345
65 490,364
58 427,259
Budget examiner
20 148,748
20 150,899
21 154,415
Administrative analyst
2
15,402
2
15,641
3
22,504
Fiscal analyst
2
15,162
2
15,401
2
14,923
Legislative analyst
1
7,342
1
7,342
1
7,102
Administrative officer
2
14,204
2
14,443
1
7,581
Personnel officer
1
7,342
1
7,581
1
7,342
Publications clearance officer
Grade 12. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
35 216,493
35 213,625
Budget examiner
35 210,996
16 101,184
16
99,989
Administrative analyst16
99,749
7
42,532
7
42,054
Fiscal analyst
6
36,389
1
5,905
1
5,905
Legislative analyst
1
6,863
Chief, administrative services sec1
6,384
1
6,384
tion
1
6,145
1
6,144
1
5,905
1
5,905
Information specialist

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Temporary employment, departmental ...
W. A. E. employment, departmental
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base,
5 U. S. C. 944
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental._
Night-work differential, departmental

574 2,911,633
13.2 61,436
560.8
2,850,197
3,066
24,115

575 2,927,520
10.1 53,722

575 2,963,376
8.3 42,406

566.7
564.9
2,920,970
2,873, 798
2,950
7,950
35,000
30,000

10,450
10,114
210

22,180

11,290

210
2,934,138

2,970,420

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Field—Continued
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service— ber
salary ber
salary ber
salary
Continued
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
5 $12,547
4 $10,403
4 $10,559
Total permanent, field—
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, field (average number, net salary)
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base,
5 U. S. C. 944
Overtime and holiday pay, field.

25 141,301
0.4 2,824

25 143,307
0.4 2,137

25 144,843
0.4 2,073

24. 6 138,477

24.6 141,170

24.6 142,770

505
19

1,000

510

All personal services, field
01

139,001

142,170

143,280

3,037,153

Personal services

3,076,308

3,113,700

Printing and Binding, Bureau of the Budget—
Printing and binding: For printing and binding, [$122,0003
$175,000. {Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1948J)
Appropriated 1948, $122,000
Estimate 1949, $175,000
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Transferred to "Salaries and expenses,
Office of Government Reports"

$139,000

Total available for obligation
Unobligated balance, estimated s a v i n g s Obligations incurred
Comparative transfer to "Salaries and
expenses, Office of Government Reports".

$122,000

$175,000

123,868
-91

122,000

175,000

123,777

122,000

175,000

115,910

122,000

175,000

$115,910

$122,000

$175,000

-15,132

-7,867

Total obligations
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

06 Printing and binding

Cooperation With the American Republics (Transfer to Bureau of the
Budget)—
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Transferred from "Cooperation with the
American Republics," Department of
State
—

$33,760

$26,169

$30,000

Total obligations (see consolidated
schedule under Department of
State)

33,760

26,169

30,000

210

2,898,152

All personal services, departmental..
Field:
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 14. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Budget examiner
_
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Budget examiner
_
Grade 12. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Budget examiner
__.
Grade 11. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Budget examiner
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Departmental—Continued
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service- Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
salary
Continued
salary ber
ber
salary ber
Grade 11. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
$88,604
Budget examiner
$86,847
18 $90,744
41,224
66,487
Administrative analyst
65, 734
8
9,804
2
Fiscal analyst
_
5,153
5,404
5,153
1
Editor
9,804
5,404
2
5,153
Personnel assistant
Assistant chief, administrative serv5,404
1
5,153
5,153
ices section
5,153
4,902
5,153
Head, record section
1
5,153
4,902
Assistant to division chief
Grade 10. Range $4,526 to $5,278:
3
13,703
13, 703
5
23,880
Budget examiner.._
_-.
4,526
1
4,651
1
4,526
Administrative analystGrade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
25, 527
38,477
38,977
Budget examiner.._
__.
25,401
25, 901
25, 526
A dministrative analyst
21,376
12,825
21, 626
Fiscal analyst
13,076
13,076
13, 201
Legislative analyst..
8,801
8,550
8,676
Administrative assist
assistant.
4,651
4,400
4,526
Assistant record officer
4,275
4,275
4,400
Publications clearance officer
4,275
4,150
4,275
Assistant to division chief
24,145
27, 542
27, 917
Grade 8. Range $3,773 to $4,526
70, 201
70,951
72,076
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
69,312
79,659
81,285
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
190,488
194,309
179, 720
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
194,451
197,419
197, 583
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
54,612
55,437
54,661
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
6,234
6,366
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Assistant director in charge of divi1
10,000
sion
1
10,000
1
10,000
2
20,000
2
19,950
2
19,950
Assistant chief of division
1
10,000
1
10,000
1
10,000
General counsel
Grade 7. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
6
52,070
6
51,472
59,652
Economist
Attorney..8,778
1
8,180
1
8,180
Grade 6. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Economist
13
94,962
81,714
11
82,431
11
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Economist
12
73,497
12
75,409
12
74,453
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
10, 557
Economist
15, 208
2
10,557
5,404
Librarian
5,153
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
1
5,153
13,577
13,202
Economist
13,452
3
8,675
4,275
Librarian
2
8,550
21,135
13,965
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
6
21,010
8,436
16,246
Grade 1. Range $2,645 to $3,397
3
8,311
Subprofessional service:
2,544
4,863
2,544
1
Grade 5. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
4,412
2
4,412
2
2
4,259
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
16
32,881
32,553
16
37,425
19
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
3
5,400
5,268
3
5,400
Grade 2. Range $1,690 to $2,020
Total permanent, departmental
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)

Actual, 1947

4

35,112

4

35,411

4

7

50,913

7

51,391

7

51,869

4

23,861

4

24,339

4

24,578

9,804
9,064

2
4

9,804
11,959

2
4

10,043
12,084

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. (Independent Offices Appropriations Act, 1948.)

35,710

Total, Bureau of the Budget, annual appropriations, general
accounts:
Estimate 1949, $3,467,000
Appropriated 1948, $3,376,608

Statement of proposed obligation* for purchase and hire of passenger motor vehicles for the fiscal year 1949

BUREAU OF T H E B U D G E T

Appropriation

Vehicles (motor
unless otherwise
indicated) to be
purchased
Number

Salaries and expenses, Bureau of the
Budget.




2

Gross
cost
$2,800

Old vehicles to be
exchanged

Allowance
Number (estimated)
2

$1,000

Net cost
of vehicles to
be purchased

$1,800

Old
of hire
vehicles Costmotor
of
still to
vehicles
be used

1

Public purpose and users

For transportation of officials and staff of the Bureau of the
Budget to departmental offices in Washington.

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949

COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISERS
NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL
Salaries and Expenses, National Security Council—
Salaries and Expenses, Council of Economic Advisers—
Salaries and expenses: For expenses necessary for the National
Salaries and expenses: For necessary expenses!],] of the Council
in carrying out its functions under the Employment Act of 1946 Security Council, including personal services in the District of Co([Public Law 304] 15 U. S. C. 1021), including personal services in lumbia; services as authorized by section 15 of the Act of August 2,
the District of Columbia; travel expenses; printing and binding[,]; 1946 (5 U. S. C. 55a), at rates not in excess of $50 per diem for innewspapers and periodicals (not exceeding $200); press clippings (not dividuals; printing and binding; payment of claims pursuant to secexceeding $300); a health service program as authorized by law (5 tion 403 of the Federal Tort Claims Act (28 U. S. C. 921); acceptance
U. S. C. 150); the payment of claims pursuant to section 403 of the and utilization of voluntary and uncompensated services; expenses of
Federal Tort Claims Act (28 U. S. C. 921); and not to exceed $900 attendance at meetings concerned with work related to the activity of the
for deposit in [the general fund of] the Treasury for [cost of] Council; purchase of one passenger motor vehicle; and not to exceed $300
penalty mail [as required by the Act of June 28, 1944; $350,000] for deposit in the Treasury for penalty mail (39 U. S. C. 321 d);
(39 U. S. C. 321d); $400,000. (Independent Offices Appropriation $200,000. (National Security Act of 1947; Second Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Act, 1948.)
Annual appropriation, general account:
Annual appropriation, general account:
Estimate 1949, $200,000
Appropriated 1948, $350,000
Estimate 1949, $400,000
Actual, 1947
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

$275,000
-93,000

$350,000

$400,000

182,000

350,000

400,000

$133,883
6,368
1,400
5,700
5,830
1,954
26,865

$292,000
9,900
3,100
900
8,600
30,100
1,700
3,700

$318,000
9,900
3,100
900
8,600
52, 600
2,200
4,700

182,000

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations

350,000

400,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services..
02 Travel
04 Communication services
Penalty mail
06 Printing and binding
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment

$200, 000
$115,000
115,000

200,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

_

_.

Total obligations

$84,320
4,500
5,250
150
300
4,820
1,200
14,460
115,000

Personal services
Travel
Communication services.__
Penalty mail
Printing and binding
Other contractual services.
Supplies and materials..—
Equipment
Total obligations

$181,975
5,300
5,700
300
500
1,500
1,945
2,780
200,000

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

DETAIL OF PEESONAL SERVICES

Number

Departmental:
Professional service:
Grade 9. Range $15,000:
Council members
Grade 8. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Economist .
Grade 6. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Economist
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Economist
._
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Economist
Statistician
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 15. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Assistant to chairman
Grade 10. Range $4,526 to $5,278:
Administrative assistant
Grade 8. Range $3,773 to $4,526.
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168

Total Num- Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary ber salary

3

$45,000

3

$45,000

3

$45,000

7

69,925

10

99,850

10

99,925

3

22,265

8

58,494

8

60,703

1

5,905

2

12,050

3

18,075

1

4,902

1
1

4,902
4,902

1

5,190

1

10,000

1

10,000

1

10,000

1
1
7
1
1
1

4,526
3,773
24,660
3,021
2,645
2,544

1
1
7
6
3
2

4,526
3,899
24,912
18,337
7,935
5,014

1
1
7
0
3
2

4,693
4,024
25,846
19,560
8,248
5,200

1
1

2,020
2,094

1
1

2,094
2,094

1
2,168
1 . 2,168

Total permanent, departmental
Deduct lapses

30 203,280
11.2 75,819

48 304,009
3,2 20,349

48

310,800

Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
W. A. E. employment, departmental
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U. S. C. 944 .

18. 8 127, 461
6,422

44.8 283,660
6,000

48

310,800
6,000

2,340

1,200

133, 883

292, 000

318,000

01

Appropriation or estimate
Transferred from "Finance service,
Army," pay of the Army, Department
of the Army.
_
Total obligations.

Personal services

Departmental:
NumProfessional service:
ber
Grade 9. $10,000 and over:
Executive Secretary
Grade 8. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Assistant secretary
Coordinator
Staff member
Grade 7. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Assistant secretary
Assistant to the coordinator
Assistant staff member
Grade 6. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Research analyst
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Research analyst
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Research analyst
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Administrative assistant
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
Total permanent, departmental
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
W. A. E. employment, departmental
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base,
5 U . S. C.944
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental.
01
Personal services

Total Number
1

Total Num- Total
salary ber salary
$10,000

$10,000

9,975
9,975
39,900

9,975
9,975
39,900

8,180
8,180
32,718

8,180
8,180
32, 718

7,102

7,102

5,905

5,905

9,804

9,804

4,150
6,794
15, 870
2,394
4,336
1,954

4,223
6,940
16,306
2,438
4,424
1,992

2,020

- 2, 063

31 179,257
16.2 96,445

31 180,125
0.1
490

82,812
250

30. 9 179, 635
950

980
278
84, 320

490
900
181,975

14.8

Statement of proposed obligations for purchase and hire of passenger motor vehicles for the fiscal year 1949

NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL

Appropriation

Vehicles (motor
unless otherwise
indicated) to be
purchased
Number

Salaries and expenses, National Security Council.




1

Gross
cost
$1,400

Old vehicles to be
exchanged

Allowance
Number (estimated)

Net cost
of vehicles to
be purchased

$1,400

Old
of hire
vehicles Costmotor
of
still to
vehicles
be used

Public purpose and users

Primarily for use by the Executive Secretary and staff of the
Council. The Council at present depends on other agencies
for transportation.

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Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

NATIONAL SECURITY RESOURCES BOARD
Salaries and Expenses, National Security Resources Board—
Salaries and expenses: For expenses necessary for the National
Security Resources Board, including personal services in the District
of Columbia; services as authorized by section 15 of the Act of August
2, 1946 (5 U. S. C. 55a), at rates for individuals not in excess of $50
per diem; expenses of attendance at meetings of organizations concerned
with the work of the National Security Resources Board; printing and
binding; the services of domestic and foreign organizations by contract
without regard to section 3709, Revised Statutes, as amended; purchase
one at not to exceed $3,000) and hire of passenger motor vehicles; not
to exceed $1,600 for deposit in the Treasury for penalty mail (39 U. S. C.
32Id); payment of claims pursuant to section J+03 of the Federal Tort
Claims Act (28 U. S. C. 921); and not to exceed $10,000 for emergency
and extraordinary expenses, to be expended under the direction of the
Chairman for such purposes as he deems proper, and his determination
thereon shall be final and conclusive; $4,500,000: Provided, That
notwithstanding the limitation contained in section 303 (a) of the
National Security Act of 1947 (Public Law 253, approved July 26,
1947) members of advisory committees and part-time advisory personnel
may be appointed by the Chairman of the Board at rates for individuals
not exceeding $50 per diem. (Second Supplemental Appropriation
Act, 1948.)

Annual appropriation, general account:
Estimate 1949, $4,500,000
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Transferred from—
"Finance Service, Army," pay of the
Army, Department of the Army
"Repair facilities, Navy," Department
of the Navy

$4, 500, 000
$462, 500
462, 500

Total obligations -

925, 000

4, 500, 000

$405, 000
40, 000
2,000
19, 200
800
4,000
6,000
200, 000
15, 000
230, 000
3,000
925,000

$1,884,000
581, 000
5,000
67, 400
1,600
30, 000
150, 000
1, 642,000
50, 000
79, 000
10, 000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
02
03
04

Personal services
Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Penalty mail
05 Rents and utility services
06 Printing and binding
07 Other contractual services
08 Supplies and materials
09 Equipment
Unvouchered.
Total obligations.

4, 500, 000

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:
NumClerical, administrative, fiscal service:
ber
Grade 16. $10,000 and over:
Chairman
Grade 15. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Special assistant
Staff director
Administrative officer
Secretary
Program and plans coordinator
Executive assistant
Policy and plans coordinator
Grade 14. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Special assistant
_
Assistant director
Liaison officer
Personnel officer.
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Special assistant
Technical information specialist-..
Classification analyst
Budget analyst
Staff assistant...
__

Total Numsalary ber
1

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary
$14,000

1

10,000
59,892
" 9,981
10,000
9,981
10,000

$14,000
10,000
60,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
9,975

2
4
2
1

17,407
35,412
17,706
8,853

2
4
2
1

17,856
36,308
18,154
9,077

1
1
1
10

7,162
7,641
7,641
76,410

1
1
1
1
10

7,342
7,820
7,581
7,820
76,760

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Departmental—Continued
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service— Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Continued
ber salary ber salary ber salary
Grade 12. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Budget analyst
1
$6,384
Accountant
1
6,384
1
Procurement officer
1
Technical writer
1
Q, 444
1
6, 623
Conference control officer
1
6,444
1
6,623
Staff assistant
15
10
64,440
97, 905
Grade 11. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
1
Accountant
5,404
1
Publications officer
5,466
5,654
1
Security officer
5,654
5,466
1
Special assistant
5,153
15
Staff assistant
83,053
5
27,330
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
1
Administrative assistant
4,902
1
4,902
1
Personnel relations officer
4,275
1
Accounts analyst
4,275
1
Fiscal clerk
4,275
Property accountant
1
4,275
2
Graphic analyst
8,717
2
8,634
13
48,425
13
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
47, 775
10
10
32, 710
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773.
32, 710
35 103, 810
27
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
79, 353
37
32
95,612
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
80,160
11, 535
5
11,495
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
5
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Staff director
5
50,000
5
49,905
2
Program analyst
2
19,962
20,000
2
Policy analyst
2
19,962
20, 000
1
Plans analyst
9,975
1
General counsel
1
10, 000
10, 000
2
Staff assistant
2
20,000
19, 512
Grade 7. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
2
Review analyst
2
18,154
17,706
2
Research analyst
2
18,154
17,706
1
Assistant director
9,077
1
8,853
1
Archivist librarian
9,077
1
8,853
2
Attorney
18,154
2
17, 706
10
Staff assistant
90,170
10
88, 530
Grade 6. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Policy analyst
46,920
45,846
6
Recording secretary
7,820
7,641
1
23,221
22,923
Research analyst
3
7,820
7,641
Editor
•
_
1
30, 564
31, 280
Technical analyst
4
22,923
23,460
3
Reports analyst
7,641
7,820
1
Records officer
15,640
15, 282
2
Attorney
76,820
38,205
5
Staff assistant
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Assistant editor...
6,623
6,444
59,607
57,996
Analyst
6,623
1
Archivist
6,444
6,623
1
Librarian
6,444
65, 270
10
Staff assistant
63,910
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
2
11,308
10,932
Archivist librarian
20 108,742
54,660
Staff assistant
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
5
21,960
Staff assistant
1
4,693
Librarian
1
4,568
44, 276
12
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150.
2
7,254
28, 870
10
Grade 1. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Subprofessional service:
1
2,494
2,419
Grade 5. Range $2,394 to $2,845
4,311
4,461
Grade 3. Range $1,954 to $2,394
2
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
15
28,877
13,311
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
1
1,756
Grade 2. Range $1,690 to $2,020
_
335
Total permanent, departmental. __
250
1, 816, 709
1,413, 639
21.3
175
Deduct lapses.
114, 959
' 1,082,839

Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
Temporary employment, departmental..

313.7
1, 701, 750
100,000
75,000
7,000
250

405,000

W. A. E. employment, departmental
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base,
5 U. S. C. 944
Night-work differential, departmental . . .
01
Personal services

330,800
40,000
21,000
13,000
200

75

1,884,000

Statement of proposed obligations for purchase and hire of passenger motor vehicles for the fiscal year 1949

NATIONAL SECURITY RESOURCES BOARD
Vehicles (motor
unless otherwise
indicated) to be
purchased

Appropriation

Number
Salaries and expenses, National Security Resources Board.
770000—48




5

1

Gross
cost
$3,000

Old vehicles to be
exchanged

Allowance
Number (estimated)
1

$500

Net cost
of vehicles to
be purchased

$2,500

Old
of hire
vehicles Costmotor
of
still to
vehicles
be used

3

$2,740

Public purpose and users

In the transaction of official business for the National Security
Resources Board, 1 car will be used by the Chairman of the
Board, 3 by other top officials of the Board.

66

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949
Actual, 1947

OFFICE FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
OFFICE OF DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION

Salaries and Expenses, Office of Defense Transportation—
[Salaries and expenses: For all necessary expenses of the Office
of Defense Transportation, including salary of the Director at not to
exceed $12,000, and the Deputy Director at $10,000, traveling expenses (not to exceed $50,000), including attendance at meetings of
organizations concerned with the work of the agency; services as
authorized by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (Public Law
600); printing and binding (not to exceed $10,000); not to exceed
$4,000 for deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of
penalty mail as required by the Act of June 28, 1944; personal
services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere; $400,000:
Provided, That the payment of subsistence to witnesses shall be
subject to certification by the Director of the Office of Defense
Transportation or his designee, as to the necessity therefor: Provided further, That in operating any commercial railroad or truck
line the Office of Defense Transportaion shall pay whatever license
or inspection fees and highway use compensation taxes such lines
would have been obligated to pay had they continued in operation
under the control of the owners thereof.J (The Supplemental
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Annual appropriation, general account:
Appropriated 1948, $400,000
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

$723,900
-67,531

$400,000

656,369

400,000

$329,444
52,512
3
25,490
1,185
890
8,877
236, 739
1,229

$198,916
29,167
60
8,750
1,750
585
5,835
154,117
760
60

656,369

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings.. _
Total obligations

05
06
07
08
09

Personal services
_._
Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Penalty mail
Rents and utility services
Printing and binding
Other contractual services..
Supplies and materials
Equipment
_ _
Total obligations

.

_

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

Departmental—Continued
Professional service—Continued
Grade 7. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Assistant general counsel
Attorney
Grade 6. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Historian
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Counsel
_
Grade 4. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Attorney.
Cartographic specialist
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168
Total permanent, departmental
Deduct:
Lapses
Portions of salaries shown above paid
from other accounts,..
Net permanent, departmental (average number, net salary)
Temporary employment, departmental—.
W. A. E. employment, departmental

Number

Total Numsalary ber
$8,479
8,479

1

Total Num- Total
salary
salary ber
$8,778

7,581
5,905
5,153
5,278
3,773

5,404

6,733
6,158

4,437
6,279
63

281,429

82

370,631

16

71,373

1

7,120

65

292,138
5,908
14,116
2,403

42.3 194,194

314, 565

194,494

Overtime and holiday pay, departmental-

20.7 87,235

300

All personal services, departmental.
Field:
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 15. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Transportation officer
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Transportation officer
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Total permanent, field
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, field (average number, net salary)..
Temporary employment,
field
_W. A. E. employment, field
Overtime and holiday pay, field

400,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
02
03
04

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

All personal services, field
01

Personal services

1

10,000
7,102

7,342

3
19,571
0.6 6,372

1
0.5

7.342
3,671

2.4 13,199
1,029
614
37

0.5

3,671
751

14,879
._.

4,422

329,444

198,916

Emergency Fund for the President, National Defense (Allotment
to the Office of Defense Transportation)—
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION
DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 16. $10,000 and over:
Director
_
Deputy director
.
Grade 15. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Executive officer
Executive assistant
Division director
_
Department director
Grade 14. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
Manpower officer
Section chief
Transportation specialist
Materials analyst _
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
Information specialist
Transportation officer
Transportation specialist
Materials analyst
Grade 12. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Transportation officer _
__
Personnel officer
Service operations officer
Commodity flow specialist
Grade 11. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Budget officer
Placement officer
Transportation analyst
Transportation officer
. .
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Transportation analyst
Transportation officer
Placement officer
Section chief
.
.
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
General counsel..




Number

Total Numsalary ber

Total Num- Total
salary ber
salary

1
1

0
$10,000

1
1

10,000
9,975
19,975
9,975

1
1
1
1

10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000

1
2
1

8,479
17,857
8,305

1
1
1
1

8,778
9,377
8,479
8,190

1
1
1

7,102
7,102
7,581

1
1
1

7,102
7,820
7,342

1
1
1
1

5,905
5,905
5,905
6,145

1
1

5,905
5,905

1
1
1
1

4,902
4,902
4,902
5,027

1
1
1
1

5,027
4,902
4,902
5,153

2
8,550
1
4,400
2
8,511
1
4,400
6 • 23,394
4
13,588
15
43,435
9
22,719
4
9,828
2
4,348

1
1

4,400
4,400

5
4
14
8
2
1

17,989
13,088
40,535
20,654
4,563
2,020

1

10,000

Total obligations

0
$10,000

1
1
2
1

Payments received from non-Federal
sources
Unobligated balance, estimated savings. _

1

9,975

$318,206
-996
317,210

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
02
03
04
07

Personal services.
Travel-.
Transportation of things
Cominunication services
Other contractual services
Total obligations

$8,764
4,240
3
123
304,080
317,210

OFFICE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEAECH AND DEVELOPMENT

Expenses of Liquidation, Office of Scientific Research and Development—
[For expenses necessary, for completing the liquidation of the
Office of Scientific Research and Development, to be accomplished
by said agency or such other agency as the President may designate
pursuant to the First Supplemental Surplus Appropriation Rescission Act, 1946, including personal services in the District of Columbia; printing and binding; and not to exceed $400 for deposit in the
general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty mail: Provided,
That the Office of Scientific Research and Development or the
agency designated to accomplish the liquidation thereof may exercise, in connection with said liquidation, the authority with respect
to the disposal of property contained in the appropriation of the
Office of Scientific Research and Development for the fiscal year
1947, $90,000.] (The Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Annual appropriation, general account:
Appropriated 1948, $90,000

EXECUTIVE OFFICE ANE> INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Actual, 1947

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

$90,000
-10,000

1. General adm inistration
2. Special projects

80,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Personal services. _
Travel
Transportation o[ things
Communication services.
Penalty mail
07 Other contractual services.

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

OBLIGATIONS BY ACTIVITIES

Appropriation" or estimate
_
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations
>

01
02
03
04

67

Total obligations

$70,000
7,400
100
1,400
400
500
200

___
_

Total obligations

$20,000

690,257

20,000

$24,877

$20,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

*
_
_

$24,877
665,380

01 Personal services
07 Other contractual services, special
projects
Total obligations

665,380
690,257

20,000

OFFICE OF TEMPORARY CONTROLS

80,000

Salaries and Expenses, Office of Temporary Controls—
Salaries and Expenses, Office of Scientific Research and Development—
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

$623,800
-61,921
561,879

OBLIGATIONS BY ACTIVITIES

1. General administration
_
2. Special projects, national defense research committee
3. Administration, national defense research committee
.
4. Special projects, committee on medical
research
5. Administration, committee on medical
research
6. Operation analysis
7. Interchange of technical information
with allied countries

$423,187
431
95,848
935
15,694
6,166

Total obligations

19,618
561,879

Total obligations

_

Total obligations..

-145,500
18,000,000
200,000
107,926,752
510,977
—1,401,868
—4,460,000
110,619,861

$517,978
13, 748
1,168
8,654
656
724
540
15, 767
1,366
985
293

05
06
07

08

561,879

09

Working Funds, Office of Scientific Research and Development
(General Accounts)—

Personal services
Travel
Transportation of things
Communication services
Penalty mail
Rents and utility services
Printing and binding:
Limitation printing.
Nonlimitation printing.
_
Other contractual services:
Ration banking
Services performed by other Federal
agencies
All other contractual services
Supplies and materials..
Test purchases
Equipment
Total obligations

$90,240,571
4,275,861
595,668
2,582,350
2,634,600
3,818,180
851,002
1,544,916
1,289,046
548,050
1,412,678
639, 775
164,290
22,874

i jjji: jj j j j

08
09

.

—5, 754,500

! ! ! ! ! ! :i i i i

05
06
07

Personal services
Travel
Transportation of things.
Communication services
Penalty mail
Rents and utility services.
Printing and binding..
Other contractual services
Special projects..
Supplies and materials
Equipment

-$4,256,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
02
03
04

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01
02
03
04

Estimate, 1948 Estimate,1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Transferred to—
"Salaries and expenses, Sugar Rationing Administration," Department of
Agriculture.. _
....
"Salaries and expenses, rent control, Office of Housing Expediter"
"Salaries and expenses, subsidies and
price adjustment, price administration function (Temporary Controls),"
Reconstruction Finance Corporation._
Transferred from—
"Salaries and expenses, Civilian Production Administration"
"Salaries and expenses, Office of Economic Stabilization"
"Salaries and expenses, Office of Price
Administration"
__
"Salaries and expenses, Office of War
Mobilization and Reconversion"
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Carried to surplus fund, Public Law 20

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Unobligated balance, estimated savings. _.
Total obligations

Actual, 1947

110,619,861

Salaries and Expenses, Civilian Production Administration—
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Prior year balance available
Advanced from—
"Air Corps, Army"
"Ordnance service and supplies,
Army"
._
"Maintenance, Bureau of Ships, Navy".
"Ordnance and ordnance stores, Navy".
"Increase and replacement of naval
vessels, construction and machinery".
"Salaries and expenses, Office of War
Mobilization and Reconversion"

$11,231,070

Total available for obligation
Balance available in subsequent year
Returned to—
"Air Corps, Army".
_
"Signal Service of the Army"
"Maintenance. Bureau of Ships"
"Ordnance and ordnance stores, Navy".
Carried to surplus f u n d Public Law 20
_
Other.

11,896,450
-762,775

Total obligations




$762, 775

3,750
115,163
4,033

7,500
762,775

Veterans' Housing, Office of Administrator, Housing and Home
Finance Agency (Transfer to Civilian Production Administration)—
Actual, 1947

-876,869
-3,328
—101,218
-567,803

690,257

$18,000,000
-18,000,000

Total obligations

57,581

-8,894,200

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Transferred to "Salaries and expenses,
Office of Temporary Controls"

477,353

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

-742, 775
20,000

Prior year balance available
Transferred to "Veterans' housing, Office
of Administrator, Housing and Home
Finance Agency"...
Total obligations

$1,250,000
-1,250,000

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949

OFFICE FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT—Continued
OFFICE OF TEMPORARY CONTROLS—Continued

1948, in connection with the activities of the Philippine Alien
Property Administration. (Independent Offices Appropriation Act,
1948.)

Salaries and Expenses, Office of Economic Stabilization—
Actual, 1947
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Transferred to "Salaries and expenses,
Office of Temporary Controls"

$200,000
-200,000

Total obligations.

$440,000

$440,000

218,319

440,000

440,000

_.

$90, 233
28,834
13,035
928

_

2,929
1,091
12,972
3,873
64,424

$343,300
41,000
6,500
2,000
200
20,000
1,000
15,000
10,000
1,000

$354,850
31,350
5,000
2,500
100
15, 200
1,500
20,500
8,000
1,000

218,319

440,000

440,000

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

Salaries and Expenses, Office of Price Administration—
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Appropriation or estimate
$108,051,752
Transferred to—
"Salaries and expenses, Office of Temporary Controls"
-107,926,752
"Salaries and expenses, Federal Trade
Commission"
_
-125,000

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Salaries and Expenses, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion—
Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance available
Transferred to—
"Salaries and expenses, Office of Temporary Controls"
"Salaries and expenses, Office of War
Mobilization
and
Reconversion
(transfer to Executive Office)"
"Salaries and expenses, Office of Government Reports"
"Salaries and expenses, office of contract settlement," Treasury Department

Personal services.
Travel
.
Transportation of things
Communication services
Penalty mail
__ _
Rents and utility services
Printing and binding
Other contractual services
Supplies and materials
Equipment
Total obligations

Total obligations. _.

Actual, 1947

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Total obligations

$269, 500
-51,181

Authorization or estimate
Unobligated balance of authorization
Total obligations

$725,000
77,373
-510,977
-35,300
-112,150
-143,946

„

PHILIPPINE ALIEN PROPERTY ADMINISTRATION

Special deposit, trust account:
Administrative Expenses, Philippine Alien Property Administration—
Administrative expenses, Philippine Alien Property Administration: The Philippine Alien Property Administrator is hereby
authorized to pay out of any funds or other property or interest
vested in him or transferred to him, necessary expenses incurred in
carrying out the powers and duties conferred on him pursuant to
the Trading With the Enemy Act, as amended (50 U. S. C. App.),
and the Philippine Property Act of 1946 (60 Stat. 418): Provided,
That not to exceed $440,000 shall be available for the fiscal year
£1948] 1949 for the general administrative expenses of the Philippine Alien Property Administration, including the salary of the
Administrator at $10,000 per annum; printing and binding; not to
exceed [$400] $100 for deposit in [the general fund of] the Treasury for [cost of] penalty mail [as required by the Act of June 28,

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Field:
salary ber
ber
salary ber
salary
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
Grade 16. $10,000 and over:
1 $10,000
1 $10,000
Administrator. _
1 $10,000
Grade 14. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
1
8,180
Deputy administrator
8,180
1
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,080:
Chief, property management and
1
7,581
1
7,581
1
7,581
sales
1
7,102
1
7,102
Fiscal officer
1
7,581
1
7,581
1
7,581
Director, Washington office _ _
Grade 12. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Chief, investigation division. _
1
6,623
1
6,623
Administrative officer
1
5,905
1
1
5,905
5,905
Assistant fiscal officer
.
1
5,905
1
5,905
1
5,905
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
A dministrative assistant
_
1
4,150
1
4,150
1
4,150
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150.
2
6,724
2
7,044
2
7,044
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
4
11,080
4
10,705
4
11,080
Professional service:
Grade 7. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
General counsel
1
8,180
8,180
1
Grade 6. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
1
7,102
1
7,102
Assistant general counsel
1
7,102
1
7,102
Chairman, claims committee
1
7,102
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
2
11,810
2
11,810
2
11,810
Assistant general counsel.__
_.
91,485 133 173,691 133 173,691
Unclassified service
-. 95
110 168,948
74.5 94,510

Total permanent, field
Deduct lapses
-Net permanent, field (average number, net salary)
Additional pay for foreign service, field
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base, 5
U S C 944
Cost of living and quarters allowance,
field
01

Personal services

-

153
6

289,036
25,501

153
4

289,036
11,951

35.5 74,438
493

147

263,535

149

277,085

3,000

1,000

15,302

76,765

76,765

90,233

343,300

354,850

OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT REPORTS
Salaries and Expenses, Office of Government Reports—
[Salaries and expenses: For expenses necessary for the Office of
Government Reports, including personal services in the District of
Columbia; newspapers and periodicals (not exceeding $500); teletype news service (not exceeding $900); printing and binding; not
to exceed $1,000 for deposit in general fund of the Treasury for cost
as required by the Act of June
1944;
1944] (89 U. S. C. 821d)\ rent of private or Government-owned space of penalty mail services as authorized by section 28, of the not to
15
Act of
in the District of Columbia; employment outside the United States exceed $500 for(Public Law 600); health service program as authorAugust
of persons without regard to the civil service and classification laws ized by 2, 1946 of August 8, 1946 (Public Law 658); and the payincluding temporary services as authorized by section 15 of the ment of the Actpursuant to part 2 of the Federal Tort Claims Act
claims
Act of August 2, 1946 ([Public Law 600] 5 U. S. C. 55a); personal (Public Law 601); $230,000: Provided,
no person paid from
services in the District of Columbia and expenses of attendance at this appropriation shall receive a salaryThatexcess of $7,500 per
in
meetings of organizations concerned with the work of the agencj^: annum: Provided further, That amounts expended under the authorProvided further, That on or before November 1, [1947] 1948, the ity of Public Law 161, Eightieth Congress, shall be deducted from
Philippine Alien Property Administrator shall make a report to the the appropriation herein made for the fiscal year 1948.] (IndeAppropriations Committees of the Senate and the House of Representatives giving detailed information on all administrative and pendent Offices Appropriation Act, 1948.)
nonadministrative expenses incurred during the fiscal year [1947] Appropriated 1948, $230,000




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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance available
Transferred from—
"Salaries and expenses, Bureau of the
Budget"
"Printing and binding, Bureau of the
Budget"
"Salaries and expenses, Office of War
Mobilization and Reconversion"
Reimbursements for services performed. _.
Total available for obligation
Balance available in subsequent year
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Obligations incurred
Comparative transfer from—
"Salaries and expenses, Bureau of the
Budget"
"Printing and binding, Bureau of the
Budget"
Total obligations

Administration
Advertising liaison
Motion picture liaison
Public inquiries.
Press intelligence
Total obligations

__

$230,000
13, 547

171,375
15,132
112,150
3,274
351,431
-13,547
- 7 , 761
330,123

243, 547
243,547

222,949
7,867
560,939

243, 547

$64, 716
52,105
18,918
138,830
286,370
560,939

$41,139
50,512
18, 689
82,327
50,880
243,547

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

01 Personal services
02 Travel
04 Communication services
Penalty mail
06 Printing and binding
07 O ther contractual services
News ticker
__
08 Supplies and materials
_
Newspapers
09 Equipment
Total obligations

$494,547
2,127
1,926
487
20,947
14,954
900
3,026
21,902
123
560,939

$220, 517
2,000
1,000
400
16,000
225
1,080
2,325
$243,547

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES

Departmental:
Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
ber
salary ber salary
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service:
ber salary
Grade 15. Range $9,975 to $10,000:
Chief, bureau of special services....
1 $10,000
1 $10,000
Chief, division of motion pictures..
1
9,975
Grade 14. Range $8,180 to $9,377:
4
33,914
Program manager.
34,514
Information specialist
_
2
16,358
Grade 13. Range $7,102 to $8,060:
7,581
Chief, press intelligence
1
7,581
7,102
1
7,102
Information specialist
7,581
1
7,581
C hief, public inquiries
Grade 12. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
1
6,384
Assistant chief, press intelligence...
6,623
Liquidator




Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

DETAIL OF PERSONAL SERVICES—Con.

$49,500

OBLIGATIONS BY ACTIVITIES

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Actual, 1947

Departmental—Continued
Clerical, administrative, fiscal service— Number
Continued
Grade 11. Range $4,902 to $5,905:
Administrative officer
Information specialist..
Head, service control, press intelligence
,
Liaison officer
Grade 10. Range $4,526 to $5,278:
Information specialist
Head, classification and distribution section, press intelligence
Grade 9. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Information specialist
A dministrative assistant
Head, information service section...
Head, reports section
Head, Government Manual section.
Assistant head, service control section
Assistant head, classification and
distribution section, press intelligence
1
Grade 7. Range $3,397 to $4,150
14
Grade 6. Range $3,021 to $3,773
12
Grade 5. Range $2,645 to $3,397
28
12
Grade 4. Range $2,394 to $2,845
11
Grade 3. Range $2,168 to $2,620
Grade 2. Range $1,954 to $2,394
Grade 1. Range $1,756 to $2,168
Professional service:
Grade 5. Range $5,905 to $6,863:
Head, correspondence panel section.
Information research analyst
Grade 3. Range $4,150 to $4,902:
Librarian
Research editor
Public opinion research analyst
Grade 2. Range $3,397 to $4,150
Grade 1. Range $2,645 to $3,397
Subprofessional service:
Grade 5. Range $2,394 to $2,845
Crafts, protective, custodial service:
Grade 4. Range $2,020 to $2,469
Grade 3. Range $1,822 to $2,168

Total Num- Total Num- Total
salary
salary
ber
salary ber
$5,403
1
$5,654
5,152
1
5,152
5,905
5,905
5,403
5,403
5,027

1

5,027

1

Personal services.

5,027

8,549
4,149
4,651
4,275
4,400

8,549
4,275
4,651
4,275
4,525

4,651

4,651

4, 525
45, 200
34,122
80,196
30, 530
23, 244
71,640
1, 756

1
14
11
28
6
11
35

4,525
46, 793
37, 792
82,195
16, 239
25, 327
73, 327

6,144
6,144
4,525
4,275
8,500
3,522
5, 444

4,526

2,644

5,088
2,020
4,261

156 502,623
Total permanent, departmental
3. 5 14,149
Deduct lapses
Net permanent, departmental (av152. 5 488,474
erage number, net salary)
Temporary employment, departmental-._
Regular pay in excess of 52-week base,
5 U. S. C. 944
1,850
Overtime and holiday pay, departmental.
4,223
Night-work differential, departmental
01

5,027

494, 547

2,822
131 432,685
74.8 215,419
56.2 217, 266
2,361
613
226
51
220, 517

Total, Executive Office of the President, annual appropriations, general accounts:
Appropriated 1948, $6,176,358
Estimate 1949, $10,842,312

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1949

70

Actual, 1947

FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT
ARMED FORCES LEAVE PAYMENTS
Payments, Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946—
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year t o Transferredbalance available
Administrative expenses
_
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
Treasury Department: Coast Guard
Balance available in subsequent year
Reserve for future allocation
_

$2,431,708,000
$171,460,000
-10,948,000
-1,528,200,000
-674,300,000
-46,800,000
-171,460,000

-3,575,000

-167,885,000

Administrative Expenses, Payments, Armed Forces Leave Act of
1946—
Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Transferred from "Payments, Armed
Forces Leave Act of 1946"
Transferred to—
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
Treasury Department:
Office of the Treasurer of the United
States
Bureau of the Public Debt
Coast Guard
Total obligations

$10,948,000

$3,575,000

-6,150,000
-3,200,000

-800,000
-175,000

-263,000
-1,035,000
-300,000

-2,600,000

Transferred to—
"Assistance to Greece and Turkey,
Executive Office of the President
(allotment to Army)"
_._
_ -$35,000,000 -$113,420,000
_
"Assistance to Greece and Turkey,
Executive Office of the President
(allotment to Navy)"
-23,012,000
-2,610,000
"Assistance to Greece and Turkey,
Executive Office of the President
(allotment to State)"
-43,750,000
-760,000
"Assistance to Greece and Turkey,
Executive Office of the President
(allotment to Agriculture)"
—1,014,650
"Assistance to Greece and Turkey,
Executive Office of the President
(allotment to Treasury, Bureau
Total available for obligation
Balance available in subsequent year

61,640,000
-61,640,000

Net available for obligation
Returned to Reconstruction Finance Corporation _ _ _ _ _
Reserve for future allocation

275,403,350
275,403,350
-100,000,000
-175,403,350

Total obligations

DEFENSE AID, LIQUIDATION LEND-LEASE PROGRAM
Defense Aid, Liquidation Lend-Lease Program—•
[For the liquidation by the Treasury Department in the fiscal
year 1948 of activities under the Act to promote the defense of the
United States, approved March 11, 1941, $500,000: Provided, That
the foregoing amount shall be available for expenditure in connection
with shipment of commodities contracted for prior to January 1,
1947 (but not heretofore shipped), for the account of only Australia,
Belgium, Guatemala, China, France, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Peru,
the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands.] (The Supplemental
Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $500,000
Actual, 1947

ATOMIC ENERGY
Atomic Energy, Executive—
Actual, 1947

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION—con.

-5,040,000

Total obligations

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Estimate, 1948 Estlmate,194»

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION
$25,000,000
Prior year balance available
Transferred to—
"Salaries and expenses, Atomic Energy
-$644,916,353 -$25,000,000
Commission"
"Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Justice"
-5,000,000
"War Department (Atomic Energy
-217,624
Military Liaison Committee)"... ___
Transferred from "Atomic Service, War
306,184,009
Department"
Prior year unexpended balance reappropriated from "Engineer Service, Army,
368 949 968
1942-46"
-25,000,000
Balance available in subsequent year
Total obligations

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance reappropriatecL_
Transferred to—
"Defense aid, liquidation lend-lease
program (allotment to Department
of Agriculture)"
"Defense aid, liquidation lend-lease
program (allotment to Treasury,
Bureau of Federal Supply)"
"Defense aid, liquidation lend-lease
program (allotment to Housing and
Home Finance Agency, Public Housing AdministrationV
Total available for obligation
Unobligated balance, estimated savings...
Total obligations
-_

$5,500,000

$500,000

-1,525,100
-3,211,000

-500,000

—43 700
720,200
-720, 200

Consolidated schedule of obligations under "Defense aid, liquidation lend-lease program." Detailed obligations are shown under each of the agencies to which transfers
are made as shown in the preceding schedule
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

ASSISTANCE TO GREECE AND TURKEY
$1,520,087
Department of Agriculture
Assistance to Greece and Turkey, Executive Office of the Presi- Treasury Department
$500,000
3,208,518
dent—
Housing and Home Finance Agency:
40,058
Public Housing Administration
[Assistance to Greece and Turkey: To enable the President to
carry out the provisions of the Act of May 22, 1947 (Public Law 75),
Total obligations
500,000
4,768,663
$400,000,000, which shall be available for personal services without
regard to section 607 of the Federal Employees Pay Act of 1945, as
amended by section 14 of the Federal Employees Pay Act of 1946,
Permanent appropriation, special account:
and including not to exceed $4,500,000 for administrative expenses, Defense Aid Special Fund—
of which not to exceed $300,000 shall be available for expenditure
This account consists of appropriations of advance payments
in the District of Columbia.] (The Supplemental Appropriation
received from foreign governments for the procurement of defense
Act, 1948.)
articles, information, or services for such governments (22 U, S. C.
Appropriated 1948, $400,000,000
415, 421).
Appropriated (estimate) 1948, $400,000
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance available
Advance from Reconstruction
Corporation




$400,000,000
61,640,000

__.
Finance
$100,000,000

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOB OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance available

$5,751,395
5,133,475

$400,000
11,893,282

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES
Actual, 1947

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOE OBLIGATION—Con.

Transferred to—
National Military Establishment: Department of the Army
United States Maritime Commission
(War Shipping Administration functions)
_
Office of Scientific Research and Development
Reconstruction Finance Corporation. _.
Transferred from—
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
Treasury Department:
reasuy
e p a :
B uu
f F de l Supply
Bureau of Federal S u
L d L
Lend-Lease F i l Office
Fiscal
Department of Agriculture
Housing and Home Finance Agency:
Public Housing A dministration
Total available for obligation
Balance available in subsequent year
Carried to surplus fund
Total obligations..

-$6,293.995
-3,846, 571

1,786,350

-20,208
-6,715,100

64,720

$2,000,000
3,596,270

53,000,942
7,140,100
1,338,301
55,854

5,362

55,608, 913
-11,893,282

29,384, 580

597,161

Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate...
Reserve for future allocation..

$540,000,000
-540,000,000

Total obligations.

-n,~384,~586'
43,715,631

18,000,000

$43,715,631

OVERTIME, LEAVE, AND HOLIDAY COMPENSATION
Overtime, Leave, and Holiday Compensation—

$18,000,000

EMERGENCY FUND FOR THE PRESIDENT
Emergency Fund for the President, National Defense—
Actual, 1947 Estimate, 1948 Estimate, 1949
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Prior year balance reappropriated
Transferred t o Executive Office of the President
_
Veterans' Administration
Department of Agriculture
Department of the Interior
Department of Justice
_
Department of Labor
National Military Establishment: Department of the Army
Department of State
Carried to surplus fund, Public Law 20. ._
Unobligated balance, estimated savings.-.

Actual, 1947

9,106,155

OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS

13 Refunds, awards, and indemnities

funds appropriated in this Act shall not be made available or used
to acquire a quantity of wheat, wheat flour, and cereal grain in the
United States which, after taking into consideration the amount
estimated for export to other countries, and the amount needed for
domestic consumption in the United States, will leave a carry-over
of less than 150,000,000 bushels of wheat on July 1, 1948.]
[The losses incurred by agencies of the Government through
sales of commodities in accordance with the terms of subsection (e)
of section 11 of the Foreign Aid Act of 1947 shall not exceed $57,500,000.] {Third Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1948.)
Appropriated 1948, $540,000,000

$5,000,000
-447,000
-120, 000
-25,000
-1,178,000
-50,000
-48,000

Actual, 1947

Estimate,1948 Estimate,1949

FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION

Appropriation or estimate
Prior year balance available
Transferred t o Legislative branch: Government Printing Office
National Military Establishment:
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
Treasury Department
Balance available in subsequent year
Reserve for future allocation

$20,000,000
$5,815, 000
-135,000
-4,000,000
-10,000,000
-50,000
-5,815,000

- 3 , 000,000

-2~815,~666~

Total obligations-

RELIEF ASSISTANCE TO WAR-DEVASTATED COUNTRIES
Relief Assistance to Countries Devastated by War, Executive Office
of the President—
-6,500
-132,000
[Relief assistance to war-devastated countries: To enable the
-2,500, 000
President to carry out the provisions of the joint resolution pro—493, 500
viding for relief assistance to countries devastated by war, approved
Total obligations .
May 31, 1947 (Public Law 84), $332,000,000: Provided, That not to
exceed $600,000 shall be available for the administrative expenses of
the Department of State incident to the foregoing, to be allocated
FOREIGN AID
to and consolidated with such appropriations of the Department of
State as the Secretary of State may determine: Provided further,
European Interim Aid, Executive Office of the President—
That (except from funds allocated therefrom by the President as
[Foreign aid: To enable the President to carry out the pro- contributions to the International Children's Emergency Fund of
visions of the Act entitled the "Foreign Aid Act of 1947" (Public the United Nations under the provisions of said Public Law 84)
Law 389, Eightieth Congress) insofar as applicable to Austria, no relief assistance shall be provided under this appropriation to the
France, and Italy, $522,000,000, and to enable the President to people of any country unless the government of such country has
carry out the provisions of Public Law 84, in respect to China, given assurance satisfactory to the President that (a) the supplies
$18,000,000; in all, $540,000,000: Provided, That any administrative transferred or otherwise made available pursuant to this appropriaexpenses which may be incurred by the Department of State in tion, as well as similar supplies produced locally or imported from
carrying out duties assigned to it under said Act may be paid from outside sources, will be distributed among the people of such country
any funds available to said Department for administrative expenses, without discrimination as to race, creed, or political belief; (b) repreexcept that funds herein appropriated shall not be available for sentatives of the Government of the United States and of the press
such purpose: Provided further, That none of the funds appropriated and radio of the United States will be permitted to observe freely
or made available by this Act shall be used or made available for and to report fully regarding the distribution and utilization of such
use for the acquisition of nitrates or nitrogenous fertilizer, or petro- supplies; (c) full and continuous publicity will be given within such
leum products, or wheat, wheat flour, or cereal grain in the United country as to the purpose, source, character, scope, amounts and
States or the shipment thereof from the United States unless the progress of the United States relief program carried on therein
pursuant to this appropriation; (d) if food, medical supplies, fertilizer