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FOR THE EIGHTY-FIRST CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION
(November 27, 1950, to January 3, 1951)
EIGHTY-SECOND CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION
(January 3, 1951, to October 20, 1951)
1.—APPROPRIATIONS MADE DURING THE SECOND SESSION OF THE EIGHTY-FIRST
CONGRESS AFTER NOVEMBER 27, 1950, AND THE FIRST SESSION OF THE
EIGHTY-SECOND CONGRESS CONSISTING OF REGULAR ANNUAL, SUPPLE-
MENTAL, DEFICIENCY, AND MISCELLANEOUS (pp. 5–519).
II.—PERMANENT AND INDEFINITE ANNUAL APPROPRIATIONS (pp. 520–551).
III.--RECAPITULATION OF APPROPRIATIONS (pp. 552–555).
IV.-CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF REGULAR, SUPPLEMENTAL, AND DEFICIENCY
APPROPRIATION BILLS (pp. 556, 557). V.-REFERENCES TO INDEFINITE APPROPRIATIONS (pp. 558–562). VI.-AMOUNT OF CONTRACTS AND LOANS AUTHORIZED BY APPROPRIATION OR
OTHER ACTS IN ADDITION TO AP PROPRIATIONS MADE THEREIN (pp. 563,
564). VII.-AUTHORIZATIONS FOR APPROPRIATIONS (pp. 565–568). VIII.-COMPARISON OF BUDGET-ESTIMATES AND APPROPRIATIONS (pp. 569-632).
SECOND SESSION, NOVEMBER 27, 1950, TO JANUARY 3, 1951
FIRST SESSION, JANUARY 3, 1951, TO OCTOBER 20, 1951 PREPARED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE COMMITTEES ON APPROPRIATIONS OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF
REPRESENTATIVES AS REQUIRED BY LAW. (U. S. CODE, TITLE 2, SECTION 105)
The previous volumes of this work for each session of Congress from the Fiftieth to the Sixty-seventh, inclusive, covering the fiscal years 1889 to 1924, inclusive, have contained tabulations in accordance with law, showing offices created and omitted and offices the salaries of which have been increased or reduced. Such tabulations have been eliminated from this publication, under the authority contained in the Legislative Appropriation Act approved June 7, 1924, and reading as follows:
“In lieu of the data relating to offices created and omitted and salaries increased and reduced, the statement shall hereafter contain such additional information concerning estimates and appropriations, as the committees may deem necessary.”
The Classification Act of 1923, as amended, providing a method for classification of positions in the District of Columbia, salary schedules and ratings for such positions, and provisions for administrative promotions, effective on July 1, 1924, makes impossible the compilation of accurate and useful statements of the character above referred to.
This volume, pursuant to the above-quoted authority, contains detailed statements showing each item of appropriation made during the session and each Budget estimate submitted by the President and the increase or decrease in the Budget estimate compared with the appropriation in each instance.
This compilation contains laws affecting or making appropriations which were enacted during the second session of the Eighty-first Congress after November 27, 1950 and the first session of the Eighty-second Congress, with the exception of private relief acts containing appropriations. Such private acts have been omitted from this compilation but a summary thereof containing the number of the act, the beneficiaries, and the amount appropriated is included.
JOHN H. KERR, North Carolina
GEORGE H. MAHON, Texas
HARRY R. SHEPPARD, California
ALBERT THOMAS, Texas
MICHAEL J. KIRWAN, Ohio
W. F. NORRELL, Arkansas
ALBERT GORE, Tennessee
JAMIE L. WHITTEN, Mississippi
GEORGE W. ANDREWS, Alabama
JOHN J. ROONEY, New York
J. VAUGHAN GARY, Virginia
JOE B. BATES, Kentucky
JOHN E. FOGARTY, Rhode Island
HENRY M. JACKSON, Washington
ROBERT L. F. SIKES, Florida
ANTONIO M. FERNANDEZ, New Mexico
WILLIAM G. STIGLER, Oklahoma
E. H. HEDRICK, West Virginia
PRINCE H. PRESTON, JR., Georgia
OTTO E. PASSMAN, Louisiana
LOUIS C. RABAUT, Michigan
DANIEL J. FLOOD, Pennsylvania
CHRISTOPHER C. McGRATH, New York
SIDNEY R. YATES, Illinois
FOSTER FURCOLO, Massachusetts
FRED MARSHALL, Minnesota
WINFIELD K. DENTON, Indiana
JOHN J. RILEY, South Carolina
ALFRED D. SIEMINSKI, New Jersey
JOHN TABER, New York
RICHARD B. WIGGLESWORTH, Massachusetts
KARL STEFAN, Nebraska :
BEN F. JENSEN, Iowa
H. CARL ANDERSEN, Minnesota
WALT HORAN, Washington
GORDON CANFIELD, New Jersey
IVOR D. FENTON, Pennsylvania
LOWELL STOCKMAN, Oregon
JOHN PHILLIPS, California
ERRETT P. SCRIVNER, Kansas
FREDERIC R. COUDERT, JR., New York
CLIFF CLEVENGER, Ohio
EARL WILSON, Indiana
NORRIS COTTON, New Hampshire
GLENN R. DAVIS, Wisconsin
BENJAMIN F. JAMES, Pennsylvania
GERALD R. FORD, JR., Michigan
FRED E. BUSBEY, Illinois
GEORGE B. SCHWABE, Oklahoma
FRED G. AANDAHL, North Dakota o
I Order naming committee agreed to January 15, 1951.
: Assigned to service on committee May 21, 1951.
* Excused from further service May 21, 1951.
• Majority members through Mr. Furcolo, of Massachusetts, elected by H. Res. 9, agreed to January 3, 1951; remaining four members of majority elected by H. Res. 61, agreed to January 12, 1951. Minority members through Mr. Cotton, of New Hampshire, elected by H. Res. 44, agreed to January 4, 1951; next five members of minority through Mr. Schwabe, of Oklahoma, elected by H. Res. 68, agreed to January 15, 1951.
5 Deceased October 2, 1951.
• Elected by H. Res. 465, agreed to October 17, 1951.
7 Deceased November 29, 1951.
1. Second Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1951...
2. Third Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1951.
3. Fourth Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1951.-
4. Agricultural Appropriation Act, 1952
5. Civil Functions Appropriation Act, 1952-----
6. Department of Defense Appropriation Act, 1952-
7. District of Columbia Appropriation Act, 1952-
8. Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1952.-
9. Interior Department Appropriation Act, 1952
10. Department of Labor-Federal Security Appropriation Act, 1952
11. Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1952.
12. Mutual Security Appropriation Act, 1952.
13. State, Justice, Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1952.- 206–232
14. Treasury and Post Office Appropriation Act, 1952.-
15. Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1952.
16. Second Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1952-
17. Miscellaneous acts authorizing or containing appropriations
18. Permanent and indefinite annual appropriations
19. Recapitulation of appropriations.
20. Chronological history of appropriations
21. References to indefinites...
22. Comparison of budget estimates and contract authorizations in addition to
23. Comparison of budget estimates and loan authorizations in addition to
appropriations and contract authorizations.
24. Authorization for appropriations --
25. Comparison of budget estimates and appropriations..
26. Total appropriations in previous Congresses---
I. APPROPRIATIONS MADE DURING THE SECOND SESSION OF
THE EIGHTY-FIRST CONGRESS AFTER NOVEMBER 27, 1950,
AND THE FIRST SESSION OF THE EIGHTY-SECOND CON-
GRESS, CONSISTING OF REGULAR ANNUAL, SUPPLEMENTAL,
DEFICIENCY, AND MISCELLANEOUS
SECOND SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION ACT,
[PUBLIC Law 911–815T CONGRESS]
[CHAPTER 1213—20 SESSION]
[H. R. 9920]
By the Act making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30,
1951, and for other purposes, approved January 6, 1951.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the
United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following
sums are appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not other-
wise appropriated, to supply supplemental appropriations for the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1951, and for other purposes, namely: