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65 STAT.]

PUBLIC LAW 45—JUNE 2, 1951

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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT

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(Out of the postal revenues) POSTAL OPERATIONS

For an additional amount for "Postal operations", $7,500,000. TRANSPORTATION OP MAILS

For an additional amount for "Transportation of mails", for payment of increased rates to railroad carriers for 1951 and prior fiscal years, in accordance with Interstate Commerce Commission Order of December 4, 1950 (Docket Numbered 9200), $152,000,000. FIELD SERVICE, POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT OFFICE OF F I R S T ASSISTANT POSTMASTER GENERAL

Clerks, First- and Second-Class Post Offices For an additional amount, fiscal year 1947, for "Clerks, first- and second-class post offices", $150,000, to be derived by transfer from the appropriation "Clerks, third-class post offices, 1947". OFFICE O F SECOND A S S I S T A N T POSTMASTER GENERAL

Railroad Transportation and Mail Messenger Service For an additional amount, fiscal year 1948, for "Railroad transportation and mail messenger service," $200,000, to be derived by transfer from the appropriation "Domestic air mail service, 1948". CHAPTER V DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

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BUREAU OF EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION FUND

For an additional amount for "Employees' compensation fund", $3,000,000. FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY

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OFFICE OF EDUCATION GRANTS FOR

SURVEYS A N D SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION

For an additional amount for "Grants for surveys and school construction," to remain available until expended, $50,000,000, of which such amount as the Commissioner of Education determines to be necessary shall be available for urgently needed school facilities in areas determined by the President to be critical areas by reason of national defense activities: Provided, That appropriations and contract authorizations heretofore granted under this head, shall also be available to enable the Commissioner to provide school facilities pursuant to sections 203 and 204 of the Act of September 23, 1950 (Public Law D-|f-\ "101•

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64 Stat. 971,972. 20 U.S.C. Sup. IV, §§273,274.