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80TH CONG., 2D SESS.-CH. 400 -JUNE 3, 1948 International Council of Scientific Unions and Associated Unions (22 U.S . C. 274), $6,993; International Hydrographic Bureau (22 U. S . C. 275), $9,147; International Labor Organization (22 U. S . C . 271), $1,091,739; International Office of Public Health (35 Stat. 2061), $2,553; International Penal and Penitentiary Commission (22 U. S . C . 263), $4,837; International Statistical Bureau at The Hague (22 U. S . C . 269c), $2,500; Pan-American Institute of Geography and History (22 U. S . C . 273), $10,000; Pan-American Sanitary Bureau (44 Stat. 2041), $145,397; Pan-American Union (treaty of February 20, 1928; 22 U. S . C . 264; 44 U. S . C . 282), $1,536,352; Payment to the Government of Panama (33 Stat. 2238, 53 Stat. 1818), $430,000; South Pacific Commission (Public Law 403, approved January 28, 1948), $20,000; United Nations (22 U. S . C . 287-287e), $15,146,032 of which amount $13,841,032 shall be available for contribution; United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (22 U. S. C . 287m-287t), $3,772,775 of which amount $3,637,545 shall be available for contribution; International Civil Aviation Organization (Convention ratified by the Senate July 25, 1946), $680,500 of which amount $600,000 shall be available for contribution; In all, $24,541,262, together with such additional sums due to increase in rates of exchange as the Secretary of State may determine and certify to the Secretary of the Treasury to be necessary to pay, in foreign currencies, the quotas and contributions required by the several treaties, conventions, or laws establishing the amount of the obligation: Provided, That, without regard to section 3709 of the Revised Statutes, as amended, amounts for United States represen- tation in United Nations, United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, and International Civil Aviation Organ- ization shall be available for expenses pursuant to the provisions of the pertinent Acts and Conventions authorizing such representation, including attendance at meetings of societies or associations con- cerned with the work of the organizations; hire of passenger motor vehicles; printing and binding without regard to section 11 of the Act of March 1, 1919 (44 U. S. C . 111); and purchase of uniforms for guards and chauffeurs: Providedfurther, That the provisions of section 7 of the United Nations Participation Act of 1945, and regula- tions thereunder, applicable to expenses incurred pursuant to that Act shall be applicable to the obligation and expenditure of funds in connection with the United States participation in the International Civil Aviation Organization: Provided further, That the Department of State, when requested by the United Nations, is authorized to acquire surplus property for the United Nations in accordance with the provisions of the Surplus Property Act of 1944 (58 Stat. 765-784), as amended, with funds hereby appropriated for the United States contribution to the United Nations, and such contribution shall be reduced by the value of the surplus property and necessary expenses, including transportation costs, incidental to the acquisition thereof: Provided further, That the amount for United States representation in United Nations shall be available for the furnishing of living quar- ters for the use of the Representative of the United States at the seat of the United Nations and this shall be accomplished by utilizing the authority contained in the first proviso of the appropriation 62 STAT.] 309 49 Stat. 540 . 41 Stat. 1215. 48 Stat. 1182. Post, p. 1151. 37 Stat. 692. 43 Stat. 112. 49 Stat. 512. 36 Stat. 1032 . Ante, p. 15. 59 Stat. 619. 22U. .C., Supp.I, § 287 note. 60 Stat. 712. Post, p . 1047. 61 Stat. , Pt. 2, P. 1180. 41U.S. . 5. 40 Stat. 1270. 59 Stat. 621. 22U.S.C.i287e. Acquisition of sur- plus property. §§1611-1646; Supp. I , § 1612 e seq. Post, pp. 350, 1103. Living quarters for U. S. representative.