Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 61 Part 1.djvu/603

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61 STAT.] 80rH CONG. , 1ST SESS.-CH. 358-JULY 30, 1947 expenses subject to the provisions of section 6 (b) of the act of Sep- tember 1, 1937, as amended, 42 U. S. C . 1406 (b), including health service program as authorized by the Act of August 8, 1946 (Public Law 658): Provided, That the number of officers and employees receiving compensation in excess of $4,500 per annum shall not exceed 20 per centum of the total number of officers and employees paid from such funds: Provided further, That necessary expenses of providing representatives of the Authority at the sites of non- Federal projects in connection with the construction of such non- Federal projects by public housing agencies with the aid of the Authority, shall be compensated by such agencies by the payment of fixed fees which in the aggregate in relation to the development costs of such projects will cover the costs of rendering such services, and expenditures by the Authority for such purpose shall be con- sidered nonadministrative expenses, and funds received from such payments may be used only for the payment of necessary expenses of providing representatives of the Authority at the sites of non- Federal projects or for administrative expenses of the Authority not in excess of the amount authorized by the Congress: Provided, That $175,000 shall be available only for the audit and revision of past accounting records. Liquidation of resettlement projects: Not to exceed $39,500 of the receipts derived from the operation of the projects transferred under paragraphs 1 (g) and 6 of Executive Order 9070 of February 24, 1942 (7 F. R . 1529), shall be available for necessary expenses in connection with and to facilitate disposition of the improved or unimproved lands in the suburban resettlement projects known as Greenbelt, Greendale, and Greenhills, pursuant to the provisions of section 5 of the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of 1935 (49 Stat. 115), for making surveys, plans, and plats, and expenses of additions, alterations, and improvements to streets and utilities. Defense Homes Corporation: Not to exceed $12,300 for the purposes of liquidation, including $3,000 for payment of terminal leave, shall be available for administrative expenses, which shall be on an accrual basis: Provided,That such administrative expenses shall be exclusive of interest paid, depreciation, properly capitalized expenditures, repayment of loans, property operating expenses (incltlidin project inventory), charges to surplus and operating reserve, anT cost of sales of commodities, services, and property: Provided further, That advances of funds made in connection with the operation of housing properties are hereby authorized. Penalty Mail Costs: For deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for the costs of penalty mail for the National Housing Agency, as required by the Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 364), not to exceed $250,000, said sum to be derived by transfer from the funds available for the administrative expenses of the Office of the Administrator and the constituent units of said Agency: Provided,That in no event shall any moneys in excess of the costs of penalty mail allocable, respec- tively, to said Office of the Administrator and to each of said con- stituent units be transferred hereunder. FEDERAL LOAN AGENCY War Damage Corporation: The Board of Directors of the Corpora- tion shall pay or cause to be paid to the Treasury of the United States $210,751,618.65 of the amount realized by the Corporation from its operations, such sum to be covered into the Treasury immediately upon the approval of this Act and applied to reduction of the national debt. 679 50 Stat. 890 . 60 Stat. 903. 6U.8.C.§150. Employees receiv- ing pay in excess of $4,500 . Nonadministrative expenses. Audit, etc. 6 601 note. 49 Stat. 118. Advances of funds. 58 Stat. 394. 39U.8. . 0i 321e- 321h. Ante, p. 450 .