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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 588 -JULY 20, 1946 24 Stat. 2. Protection of the President, etc. Information con- cerninglaw violations. 54 Stat. 156. 3U.S.C., Supp.V, § 62 note. Transfer of funds. Ante, p. 575. Supervisors. into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts, as provided by the Act of August 4, 1886 (31 U. S . C . 176), shall be credited when received to the appropriations for such Bureau for the fiscal year 1947. SECRET SERVICE DIVISION Salaries: For the Chief of the Division and other personal services in the District of Columbia, $100,000. Suppressing counterfeiting and other crimes: For salaries and other expenses in detecting, arresting, and delivering into the custody of the United States marshal or other officer having jurisdiction, dealers and pretended dealers in counterfeit money, persons engaged in counterfeiting, forging, and altering United States notes, bonds, national bank notes, Federal Reserve notes, Federal Reserve bank notes, and other obligations and securities of the United States and of foreign governments (including endorsements thereon and assign- ments thereof), as well as the coins of the United States and of foreign governments, and persons committing other crimes against the laws of the United States relating to the Treasury Department and the several branches of the public service under its control; pur- chase (not to exceed sixty), hire, maintenance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles when necessary; pur- chase of arms and ammunition; stationery (not to exceed $7,500); traveling expenses; and for no other purpose whatsoever, except in the performance of other duties specifically authorized by law, and in the protection of the person of the President and the members of his immediate family and of the person chosen to be President of the United States; $1,800,000: Provided,That of the amount herein appropriated not to exceed $15,000 may be expended for the purpose of securing information concerning violations of the laws relating to the Treasury Department, and for services or information looking toward the apprehension of criminals, and all vouchers claiming reimbursement from such amount of $15,000 shall have the approval of the Chief of the Secret Service before payment. White House Police: For one captain, one inspector, four lieu- tenants, six sergeants, and one hundred and two privates, at rates of pay provided by law, $325,000, notwithstanding the provisions of the Act of April 22, 1940 (3 U. S. C.62). For uniforming and equipping the White House Police, including the purchase, issue, and repair of revolvers, and the purchase and issue of ammunition and miscellaneous supplies, to be procured in such manner as the President in his discretion may determine, $9,000. Salaries and expenses, guard force, Treasury buildings: For salaries and expenses of the guard force for Treasury Department buildings in the District of Columbia, including the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and elsewhere, including purchase, repair, and cleaning of uniforms, purchase (not to exceed three), maintenance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles, and the purchase of arms and ammunition and miscellaneous equipment, $825,000: ProvidedThat not to exceed $140,554 of the appropriation "Salaries and expenses, Bureau of Engraving and Printing", may be transferred to this appropriation to cover service rendered such Bureau in connection with the protection of currency, bonds, stamps, and other papers of value the cost of producing which is not covered and embraced in the direct appropriations for such Bureau: Provided further, That the Secretary of the Treasury may detail two agents of the Secret Service to supervise such force. Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the Secret Service Division, $8,000. 576 [60 STAT.