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SEVENTIETH CONGRESS . SEss . I. CH. 137. . 1928. includes $1,500,000, the remainder of the amount of the contractual authorization contained in the Act making appropriations for the De partme nt of the In terio r for the fi scal year 19 28, approved January 12, 1927 : Provided, That not to exceed $9,000 of the amount herein appropriated may be expended for personal services in the District of Columbia during the fiscal year 1929 : Provided further, That balances of prior appropriations for construction of roads and trails in national parks shall remain available until expended Provided further, That in addition to the amount herein appropriated the Secretary of the Interior may also approve projects, incur obliga- tions, and enter into contracts for additional work not exceeding a total o f $4,000,000, and his actio n in so doing shall be deem ed a contractual obligation of the Federal Government for the payment of the cost thereof and appropriations hereafter made for the con- struction of roads in national parks and monuments shall be consid- ered available for the purpose of discharging the obligations so created . None of the appropriations for the National Park Service shall be available for expenditure within any park or national monument wherein a charge is made or collected by the Park Service for camp- ground privileges . Appropriations whenever made for the National Park Service which a re available for the purcha se of equipme nt may be used for purchase of waterproof footwear which shall be regarded and listed as park equipment . Transporting
p er- aonal effects of em- Appropriations herein made for national parks shall be avail- ployees, on changing able for payment of traveling expenses, including the costs of pack- stations .
ing, crating, and transportation (including drayage) of personal effects of employees upon permanent change of station, under regu- lations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior . Provisos . Services in the Dis- trict . Amo unt for roads avai lable unt il ex pen- ded . Contract~, for ap- proved proj3`ets deemed Federal obligations . Use forbidden where campground privileges are charg ed f or. Purchase of water- proof footwear . Educa tion Bur eau . Commissio ner, and office personnel . For the Commissioner of Education and other personal services in the District of Columbia in accordance with the Classification Act of 1923, $212,300 . General expenses . Tra vel , attendance at meetings, etc. Distributing docu- ments. All other expenses . Study of land-grant agr icultural colleges, etc. Vol .12,p . 503; Vol. 26, p . 417
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1281 . BUREA U OF EDUCATIO N SAL ARIE S GEN ERAL EX PENS ES For necessary traveling expenses of the commissioner and employees acting under his direction, including attendance at meet- ings of educational associations, societies, and other organizations ; for compensation not to exceed $1,200 of employees in field service ; for purchase, distribution, and exchange of educational documents, motion-picture films, and lantern slides ; collection, exchange, and cataloguing of educational apparatus and appliances, articles of school furniture and models of school buildings illustrative of for- eign and dom estic systems and methods of education, and repairing the same ; and other expenses not herein provided for, $15,000. For all expenses , including p ersonal servic e in the Dist rict of Columbia and elsewhere, p urchase of su pplies, travel ing expenses, printing, and all other incidental expenses not included in the fore- going, to enable the Secretary of the Interior, through the Bureau of Education, at a total cost of not to exceed $117,000, to make a study of the organization, administration, and work of the land- grant institutions established and endowed by Acts of Congress approved July 2, 1862 (Twelfth Statutes, page 503), August 30, 1890 (Twenty-s ixth Statutes, page 417), March 4, 1907 (Thirty-fourth Statutes, page 1281), and Acts amendatory thereof or supplementary