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(d) The interest on, and the proceeds from the sale or redemption of, any obligations held in the Fund shall be credited to and form a part of the Fund. (e) The fund shall be invested as a single fund, but the Secretary of the Treasury shall maintain a separate book account for each State agency and the railroad unemployment insurance account and shall credit quarterly on March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31, of each year, to each account, on the basis of the average daily balance of such account, a proportionate part of the earnings of the fund for the quarter ending on such date. (f) The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed to pay out of the Fund to any State agency such amount as it may duly requisition, not ex- ceeding the amount standing to the account of such State agency at the time of such payment. The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed to make such payments out of the fund as the Railroad Retirement Board may duly certify, not exceeding the amount standing to the railroad unemployment insurance account at the time of such payment. (Aug. 14 , 1935, c . 531 , Title IX, § 904, 49 Stat. 640, amended by June 25, 1938, c. 680, sec. 10, 52 Stat. 1104, 1105.) (U. S . C., Title 42, § 1104.) TITLE 45-RAILROADS ANNUITIES UNDER RAILROAD RETIREMENT ACT ANNUITIES GRANTED PRIoR TO AMENDIMNT The Railroad Retirement Act of 1935 shall continue in force and effect with respect to the rights of individuals granted annuities prior to the date of the enactment of this Act. (June 24, 1937, c. 382, § 204, 50 Stat. 319.) (U. S. C ., Title 45, § 215 note.) BAILBOAD RETIREMENT ACT OF 1935, AMENDED No annuity or pension payment shall be assignable or be subject to any tax or to garnishment, attachment, or other legal process under any circumstances whatsoever, nor shall the payment thereof be anticipated. (Aug. 24 , 1935, c . 812, § 12, amended by June 24, 1937, c. 382, § 1, 50 Stat 316.) (U. S. C., Title 45, § 228 (1).) ALIEN ENEMY PROPERTY AND INCOME Section 24 of the Trading with the Enemy Act, as amended, provides as follows: "(a) The Alien Property Custodian is authorized to pay all taxes (including special assessments), heretofore or hereafter lawfully assessed by any body politic against any money or other property held by him or by the Treasurer of the United States under this Act, and to pay the necessary expenses incurred by him or by any depositary for him in securing the possession, collection, or control of any such money or other property, or in protecting or administering the same. Such taxes and expenses shall be paid out of the money or other property against which such taxes are assessed or in respect of which such expenses are incurred, or (if such money or other property is insufficient) out of any other money or property held for the same person, notwith- standing the fact that a claim may have been filed or suit instituted under this Act. No claim shall be filed with the Alien Property Custodian or allowed by him or by the President of the United States, nor shall any suit be instituted or maintained against the Alien Property Custodian or the Treasurer of the United States, or the United States, under any provisions of law, by any person who was an enemy or ally of enemy as defined in the Trading with the Enemy Act, as amended, and no allowance of any such claim now pending shall be made, nor judgment entered in any such suit heretofore or hereafter instituted, for the recovery of any deduction or deductions, here- tofore or hereafter made by the Alien Property Custodian from money or prop- erties, or income therefrom, held by him or by the Treasurer of the United States hereunder, for the general or administrative expenses of the office of the Alien Property Custodian, which deduction or deductions on the collection of any income do not exceed the sum of two per centum of such income or which on the return of any moneys or properties or income therefrom, do not exceed the sum of two per centum of the aggregate value thereof at the time or times as nearly as may be, of such deduction or deductions, or, for the recovery of any deduction, or deductions heretofore or hereafter made by the Alien Prop- erty Custodian from money or properties or income therefrom held by him or by the Treasurer of the United States hereunder, for any and all necessary expenses incurred and actually disbursed by the Alien Property Custodian or by any depositary for him in securing the possession, collection or control of any such money or properties or income therefrom, or in protecting or adminis- APPENDIX CLXXXIII