Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 53 Part 2.djvu/448

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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 249-JUNE 29, 1939 Fair Labor Stand- ards Act. Expenses of child labor provisions un- der. 52 Stat. 1060 . 29 U. . C., Supp. IV, ch. 8. Social Security Act. Maternal and child welfare, salaries and expenses. 49 Stat. 629. 42 U. S. C., Supp. IV, 5S 701-731. Post, p. 1320. Payments under State plans. Grants to States. Maternal and child health services. Post, p. 1320. 49 Stat. 629. 42 U. S. C., Supp. IV, 1§ 701-710. Post,p. 1380. Proviso. Supplemental aid not included in State allotment. 49 Stat. 629, 630 . Services for crippled children. Post,p. 1320. 49 Stat. 631 . 42 U. S. C., Supp. IV, §§ 711-720. Child-welfare serv- ices. Post, p. 1320. bution when said reprints can be procured more cheaply than they can be printed by the Government, and other necessary expenses, $364,560, of which amount not to exceed $316,680 may be expended for personal services in the District of Columbia. Salaries and expenses, Child Labor Provisions, Fair Labor Stand- ards Act: For all authorized and necessary expenses of the Children's Bureau in performing the duties imposed upon it by the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, including personal services and rent in the District of Columbia and elsewhere; supplies; services; equipment; newspapers, books of reference, periodicals, and press clippings; and reimbursement to State and local agencies and their employees for services rendered, as authorized by section 11 of said Act; $312,720. MATERNAL AND CHILD WELFARE Salaries and expenses, maternal and child welfare, Children's Bureau: For all authorized and necessary administrative expenses of the Children's Bureau in performing the duties imposed upon it by title V of the Social Security Act, approved August 14, 1935, includ- ing personal services, rentals, repairs, and alterations to buildings, in the District of Columbia and elsewhere; supplies; services; equip- ment; newspapers, books of reference, periodicals, and press clippings, $324,000. In the administration of title V of the Social Security Act for the fiscal year 1940, payments to States for any quarter of the fiscal year 1940 under parts 1, 2, and 3 may be made with respect to any State plan approved under such respective parts by the Chief of the Chil- dren's Bureau prior to or during such quarter, but no such payment shall be made with respect to any plan for any period prior to the quarter in which such plan is submitted to the Chief of the Children's Bureau for approval. GRANTS TO STATES FOR MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH SERVICES Grants to States for maternal and child health services, Children's Bureau: For grants to States for the purpose of enabling each State to extend and improve services for promoting the health of mothers and children, as authorized in title V part 1, of the Social Security Act approved August 14, 1935 (42 iU. S. C . 701), $3,800,000: Pro- vided, That any allotment to a State pursuant to section 502 (b) shall not be included in computing for the purposes of subsections (a and (b) of section 504 an amount expended or estimated to be expended by the State. GRANTS TO STATES FOR SERVICES FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN Grants to States for services for crippled children, Children's Bureau: For the purpose of enabling each State to extend and improve services for crippled children, as authorized in title V part 2, of the Social Security Act, approved August 14, 1935 (42 U. S . C. 711), $2,850,000. GRANTS TO STATES FOR CHILD-WELFARE SERVICES Grants to States for child-welfare services, Children's Bureau: For grants to States for the purpose of enabling the United States, through the Children's Bureau, to cooperate with State public-welfare agencies in establishing, extending, and strengthening public-welfare services for the care of homeless or neglected children, or children in danger 924 [53 STAT.