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INDEX Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation of Washington, D. C .: Administrative expenses, funds avail- able for-------_____________ ___- Expenditures, contracts, etc., authoriza- tion; limitation- . . . . -. __ ___ ___ _. Regulation of Lobbying Act, Federal: Applicability of provisions------_ _____ Contributions- Detailed accounts of; receipts for____ Statements, filing with Clerk of House-------------__ _ ._ _ __ _ _ Preservation for two years _______ Definitions------------- _ __ __ __ __ __ Exemption--------------- _ __ __ _. _ _- Penalties for violation-- .. . . ________- Registration with Secretary of the Senate and Clerk of the House_________ Nonapplicability to designated per- sons ----------- ___ ____ ___ ___ Publication of information in Con- gressional Record -__________ Rehabilitation. See Federal Security Agency; Veterans' Administration. Rehabilitation Act of 1946, Philippine. See Philippine Rehabilitation Act of 1946 under Philippine Islands. Reindeer Service, appropriation for -_ __ _ Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, United Nations. See United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Adminis- tration. Relief Supplies, shipment permitted ____ Relocation Authority. See War Reloca- tion Authority. Renegotiation Act: Property, etc., certain, held by Alien Property Custodian, liability with respect to, restriction on return of property-------------- .- .. .. . _ Refunds under, appropriation for- .... Reconstruction Finance Corporation, excessive profits collected by, re- imbursement of appropriation___ War Contracts Price Adjustment Board, certification of amount to Treasury ----------- __ ___ ___ _ Rescissions, designated, deemed compli- ance with excessive profits provi- sion by War Department; certifica- tion to Treasury--- .-- -- -- -- _ __ _ Renovated Butter: Appropriation for carrying out provi- sions of designated Acts _________ Regulations respecting; condemnation of unfit ingredients, etc --------- Rent Control. See Price Control Exten- sion Act of 1946; Second War Powers Act, 1942. Page I S T-l -A- B - -r - 59 59 84 841 84( 84: 831 84: 84: 84] 842 842 110 182 52 622 622 622 566 279 300 VrUgazIontLlI,lUCieglsiauve. ¢eeLjegisla- lative Reorganization Act of 1946. Reorganization Plan No. II of 1939, repeal of designated provisions --------- __ Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1946: Federal Security Agency- Abolished agencies, winding up of affairs -------- ________---____ Assistant heads, two additional, ap- pointment authorized ----- __ __ Blind, vending stands in Federal buildings, transfer of functions-- Children's Bureau- Functions, designated, transfer to Administrator -_ __ ___ ___ __ __ Industrial Division, exclusion from transfer --------------- __ __ Transfer of


___ ___ ___ ___ ___ _ Education, Office of Assistant Com- missioner of, abolishment; trans- fer of functions to Commissioner- Employees' Compensation Commis- sion- Board with respect to final decision on appeals from determinations, etc., on claims of designated personnel-- - -- -- __________ Transfer of functions from_ - - .__ _ Grant-in-aid programs, coordination of -----....----....-.------ _ Personnel, property, records, and funds of transferred functions, transfer of ___________________ St. Elizabeths Hospital, abolishment of Board of Visitors and its func- tions.________________.... Social Security Board, abolishment; transfer of functions to Adinin- istrator. ____.____ Vital statistics, functions of Secretary of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, etc., transfer to - ... .- - Vocational Education, Federal Board for, abolishment ---........--- Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1946: Agricultural Adjustment Administra- tion, transfer of functions to De- partment of Agriculture - -_______ Agriculture, Department of- Mineral deposits in certain lands, transfer to Department of Inte- rior; limitation on mineral devel- opment____________ - - - - Transfer of functions of designated agencies ______________ - _ __ _ _ Budget, Bureau of the, dispositions and measures for effectuating provi- sions Page 1040 1096 1096 1096 1095 1095 1095 1096 1095 1095 1096 1096 1096 1095 1095 1096 1100 1099 1100 1102 CLII -- --- --- --- --- --- ---- --- --