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[75 Stat. 39]
[75 Stat. 39]
PUBLIC LAW 87-000—MMMM. DD, 1961



PUBLIC LAW 87.14-MAR. 31, 1961

Architect of the Capitol: Office of the Architect of the Capitol: "Salaries", $15,000; Capitol buildings and grounds: "Capitol buildings", $12,000; "Senate office buildings", $25,000; "House office buildings", $20,000; Library of Congress: "Salaries and expenses", $455,000; Copyright Office: "Salaries and expenses", $102,000; Legislative Reference Service: "Salaries and expenses", $120,000; Books for the blind: "Salaries and expenses", $12,500; Organizing and microfilming the papers of the Presidents: "Salaries and expenses", $6,000; "Preservation of early American motion pictures", $600; Government Printing Office: Office of Superintendent of Documents: "Salaries and expenses", $195,127; POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT

(Out of postal fund) "Administration, regional operation, and research", $4,620,000; "Operations", $237,041,000; "Facilities", $578,000; DEPARTMENT OF STATE

International organizations and conferences: "Missions to international organizations", $85,000; International commissions: International Boundary and Water Commission, United States and Mexico: "Salaries and expenses", $38,000; "Operation and maintenance", $39,000; "American sections, international commissions", $17,000; "International fisheries commissions", $21,000; Educational exchange: "International educational exchange activities", $311,000; TREASURY DEPARTMENT

Office of the Secretary: "Salaries and expenses", $191,000; Bureau of Accounts: "Salaries and expenses", $118,000; Bureau of the Public Debt: "Administering the public debt", $1,093,000; Office of the Treasurer: "Salaries and expenses", $260,000; Bureau of Customs: "Salaries and expenses", $3,595,000; Internal Revenue Service: "Salaries and expenses", $25,900,000; Bureau of Narcotics: "Salaries and expenses", $220,000; United States Secret Service: "Salaries and expenses. White House Police", $76,000; "Salaries and expenses, guard force", $23,000. GENERAL. PROVISION

SEC. 201. Except -where specifically increased or decreased elsewhere in this Act, the restrictions contained within appropriations, or provisions affecting appropriations or other funds, available during the fiscal year 1961, limiting the amounts which may be expended for personal services, or for purposes involving personal services, or