PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 333-JUNE 12, 1940 Home cae for de- pendent children. Old-age assistance and aid to blind. Sponsor's contribu- tions; projects, etc. Education of handi- capped children. Personal services; maintenance. Care,etc.,of women and children. Care of Confederate veterans, etc. Aid and support. Aid. than $30, and for each person in excess of such number under sixteen years of age not more than $6; and not to exceed a total of $60 to any one family; Home Care for Dependent Children: Family of two persons, not more than $30, and for each person in excess of such number under sixteen years of age not more than $6; and not to exceed a total of $60 to any one family; Assistance Against Old Age Want: Not more than $30 per month shall be paid therefrom to any one person; Aid for Needy Blind Persons: Not more than $40 per month shall be paid therefrom to any one person. SPONSOR'S CONTRIBUTION TO WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION For amount required by the District of Columbia as sponsor's contributions toward Work Projects Administration nonconstruc- tion projects for free lunches for necessitous school children, sewing, household service, housekeeping aides, adult education, woodyard, recreation, vocational training, and historical records, including the purchase of food, supplies, materials, streetcar and bus fares, rent, equipment, rental of equipment, personal services, and other necessary expenses, $177,500. EDUCATION OF HANDICAPrPED CHILDREN For the education of handicapped children, including personal services, at rates of pay to be fixed by the Commissioners on the recommendation of the Board of Public Welfare, and other necessary expenses, $15,000. TEMPORARY HOME FOROMER SOLDIERS AND SAILORS For personal services, $4,620; maintenance, $11,750; and repairs to buildings and grounds, $1,000; in all, $17,370, to be expended under the direction of the Commissioners; and former Union soldiers, sailors, or marines of the Civil War, former soldiers, sailors, or marines of the Spanish War, Philippine Insurrection, or China Relief Expedition, and former soldiers, sailors, or marines of the World War or who served prior to July 2, 1921, shall be admitted to the home, all under the supervision of a board of management. FLORENCE CRITTENTON HOME AND SAINT ANNS INFANT ASYLUM AND MATERNITY HOSPITAL For care and maintenance of women and children under contracts to be made by the Board of Public Welfare, with the Florence Crittenton Home, and Saint Anns Infant Asylum and Maternity Hospital, $8,000. SOUTHERN RELIEF SOCIErY For care and maintenance of needy and infirm Confederate vet- erans, their widows and dependents, residents in the District of Columbia, under a contract to be made with the Southern Relief Society by the Board of Public Welfare, $10,000. NATIONAL LIBRARY FOR HE BLIND For aid and support of the National Library for the Blind, located at 1800 D Street Northwest, to be expended under the direction of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, $5,000. COLUMBIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE To aid the Columbia Polytechnic Institute for the Blind, located at 1808 H Street Northwest, to be expended under the direction of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, $3,000. 330 [54 STAT.