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53 STAT.] 76TH CONG. , 1ST SESS.-CH. 119--MAY 10, 1939 Interior, not to exceed $62,700 for personal services in the District of Columbia, not to exceed $30,000 for the purchase, exchange, opera- tion, and maintenance of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles, and not to exceed $1,000 for expenses of attendance at meetings con- cerned with the work of the Division of Grazing when authorized by the Secretary of the Interior, $650,000; for payment of a salary of $5 per diem while actually employed and for the payment of necessary travel expenses, exclusive of subsistence, of members of advisory com- mittees of local stockmen, $100,000; in all, $750,000. For construction, purchase, and maintenance of range improvements within grazing districts, pursuant to the provisions of sections 10 and 11 of the Act of June 28, 1934 (48 Stat. 1269), and as amended by the Act of June 26, 1936 (49 Stat. 1976), and not including con- tributions under section 9 of said Act, $250,000: Provided, That expenditures hereunder shall not exceed 25 per centum of all moneys received from grazing districts under the provisions of said Act during the fiscal years 1939 and 1940. PETROOLSUM CONSERVATION DIVISION For cooperation with Federal and State authorities, the Interstate Oil Compact Commission and other agencies, in the conservation of oil and gas and in the enactment of uniform oil and gas conservation laws and the issuance of regulations and orders thereunder, and for the coordinating and interchange of information relative thereto, includ- ing necessary personal services in the District of Columbia, traveling expenses, rent, stationery, and office supplies, not to exceed $1,000 for necessary expenses of attendance at meetings and conferences con- cerned with the work of petroleum conservation when authorized by the Secretary of the Interior, not to exceed $600 for printing and binding, and not to exceed $500 for books and periodicals, $30,000. CONTINGENT EXPENSES, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR For contingent expenses of the office of the Secretary and the bureaus and offices of the Department; furniture, carpets, ice, lumber, hardware, dry goods, advertising, teletype rentals and service, tele- graphing, telephone service, including personal services of temporary or emergency telephone operators; street-car fares for use by messen- gers not exceeding $150; expressage, diagrams, awnings, filing devices, typewriters, adding and addressing machines, and other labor-saving devices, including the repair, exchange, and maintenance thereof; con- structing model and other cases and furniture; postage stamps to pre- pay postage on foreign mail and for special-delivery and air-mail stamps for use in the United States; traveling expenses, including necessary expenses of inspectors and attorneys; fuel and light; exam- ination of estimates for appropriations in the field for any bureau, office, or service of the Department; not exceeding $500 for the pay- ment of damages caused to private property by Department motor vehicles; not to exceed $1,800, to be immediately available, for the purchase, including exchange, of an automobile for the official use of the Secretary of the Interior; purchase and exchange of motor trucks, motorcycles, and bicycles, maintenance, repair, and operation of three motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles and motor trucks, motorcycles, and bicycles to be used only for official purposes; rent of Department garage; expense of taking testimony and preparing the same in connection with disbarment proceedings instituted against persons charged with improper practices before the Department, its bureaus and offices; expense of translations, and not exceeding $1,000 for contract stenographic reporting services; not exceeding $700 for 687 Services in the Dis- trict. Post, p . 1313. Advisory c o m m it- tees of local stockmen. Range improve- ments. 48 Stat. 1273; 49Stat. 1978. 43U.S.C.§§315i, 315j; Supp. IV, § 315i. Proviso. Limitation. Cooperative expen- ses, oil and gas conser- vation, etc. Post, p. 1313 . Services in the Dis- trict. Attendance at meet- ings. Printing and bind- ing. Department contin- gent expenses. Teletype rentals, etc. Labor-saving de- vices. Fuel and light. Private property damages. Vehicles. Disbarment pro- ceedings, expenses.