53 STAT.] 76TH CONG. , 1ST SESS.-CH. 119-MAY 10, 1939 The Alaska Railroad: All amounts received by the Alaska Rail- road during the fiscal year 1940 shall be available, and continue avail- able until expended, for every expenditure requisite for and incident to the authorized work of the Alaska Railroad, including mainte- nance, operation, and improvements of railroads in Alaska; main- tenance and operation of river steamers and other boats on the Yukon River and its tributaries in Alaska; operation and mainte- nance of ocean-going or coastwise vessels by ownership, charter, or arrangement with other branches of the Government service, for the purpose of providing additional facilities for the transportation of freight, passengers, or mail, when deemed necessary, for the benefit and development of industries and travel affecting territory tribu- tary to the Alaska Railroad; stores for resale; payment of claims for losses and damages arising from operations, including claims of employees of the Railroad for loss and damage resulting from wreck or accident on the railroad, not due to negligence of the claimant, limited to clothing and other necessary personal effects used in con- nection with his duties and not exceeding $100 in value; payment of amounts due connecting lines; payment of compensation and expenses as authorized by section 42 of the Injury Compensation Act approved September 7, 1916 (5 U. S. C . 793), to be reimbursed as therein pro- vided: Provided, That not to exceed $6,000 of this fund shall be available for personal services in the District of Columbia during the fiscal year 1940, and no one other than the general manager of said railroad shall be paid an annual salary out of this fund of more than $7,500: Provided further, That not to exceed $10,000 of such fund shall be available for printing and binding. TERRITORY OF HAWAII Salaries of the Governor and of the Secretary, $15,800. For contingent expenses, to be expended by the Governor for sta- tionery, postage, and incidentals, and for traveling expenses of the Governor while absent from the capital on officiar business, $2,000; private secretary to the Governor, $3,100; temporary clerk hire, $750; in all, $5,850. GOVERNMENT OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS For salaries of the Governor and employees incident to the execu- tion of the Acts of March 3, 1917 (48 U. S. C . 1391), and June 22, 1936 (48 U. S. C. 1405v), traveling expenses of officers and employees, necessary janitor service, care of Federal grounds, repair and preser- vation of Federal buildings and furniture, purchase of equipment, stationery, lights, water, and other necessary miscellaneous expenses, including not to exceed $5,000 for purchase, including exchange, maintenance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled passenger- carrying vehicles, and not to exceed $4,000 for personal services, household equipment, and furnishings, fuel, ice, and electricity neces- sary in the operation of Government House at Saint Thomas and Government House at Saint Croix, $127,250. For salaries and expenses of the agricultural experiment station and the vocational school in the Virgin Islands, including technical personnel, clerks, and other persons; scientific investigations of plants and plant industries, and diseases of animals; demonstrations in prac- tical farming; official traveling expenses, fixtures, apparatus, and supplies; clearing and fencing of land; and other necessary expenses, including not to exceed $2,000 for purchase, including exchange, maintenance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled passenger- carrying vehicles, $38,000. 735 Alaska Railroad. Payment of ex- penses from receipts. Operation, etc., of boats. Damage claims Compensation and expenses. 52 Stat. 200 . 5 U. S. C., Supp. IV, § 793. Provisos. Services in the Dis- trict. Salary limitation. Printing and bind- ing. Governor and secre- tary, salaries. (ontingent expen- stls. Governor, and other personal services. 39 Stat. 1132. 48 U.S .C. 1391. 49 Stat. 1813. 48 U. S. C., Supp. IV. § 1405v. Miscellaneous ex- penses. Agricultural experi- ment station and vo- cational school Salaries and ex- penses.