PUBLIC LAW 85-352-MAR. 28, 1958
[72 8 T AT.
with this appropriation and shall remain available until expended: Provided jurther^ That payments from such merged appropriation may be made with respect to applications under title III of the Act Stat. 5*^3! ^^^' ^^ ^^ September 23, 1950, as amended, filed on or before November 18, 20 USC 291-302. 1957, prior to any subsequent cutoff date established under such title III, and without including such applications in an order of priority with those filed after November 18, 1957. OFFICE or VOCATIONAL KEHABILITATION GRANTS TO STATES AND OTHER AGENCIES
29 USC /i-4'2.
For an additional amount for "Grants to States and other agencies", ^^^ vocational rehabilitation services under section 2 of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act, as amended, $1,400,000. SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION LIMITATION ON SALARIES AND EXPENSES, BUREAU OF OLD-AGE AND SURVIVORS INSURANCE
71 Stat. 210.
The amount authorized by the Department of Health, Education, j^^(j Welfare Appropriation Act, 1958, to be expended from the Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund for "Salaries and expenses. Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance", is increased from "$130,000,000" to "$138,690,000". GRANTS TO STATES FOR PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
For an additional amount for "Grants to States for public assistance", $170,600,000. CHAPTER VI LEGISLATIVE BRANCH SENATE
For payment to Alberta R. Neely, widow of Matthew M. Neely, late a Senator from the State of West Virginia, $22,500. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
For payment to Gladys S. Dempsey, widow of John J. Dempsey, late a Representative from the State of New Mexico, $22,500. For payment to Jewell T. Long, widow of George S. Long, late a Representative from the State of Louisiana, $22,500. SENATE SALARIES, OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
Administrative and clerical assistants to Senators: For an additional amount for administrative and clerical assistants for Senators, to provide additional clerical assistants for each Senator from the States of Florida and Pennsylvania so that the allowance of each Senator from the State of Florida will be equal to that allowed Senators from States having a population of over four million, the population of said State having exceeded four million inhabitants, and so that the allowance of each Senator from the State of Pennsylvania will be equal to that allowed Senators from States having a population of over eleven million, the population of said State having exceeded eleven million inhabitants, $8,000.