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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG. , 2D SESS.-CH. 588-JULY 20, 1946 Reimbursement to District of Columbia, benefit payments to White House Police and Secret Service forces: To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to reimburse the District of Columbia on a monthly basis for benefit payments made from the revenues of the District of Columbia to members of the White House Police force and such members of the United States Secret Service Division as are entitled thereto under the Act of October 14, 1940 (54 Stat. 1118), to the extent that such benefit payments are in excess of the salary deduc- tions of such members credited to said revenues of the District of Columbia during the fiscal year 1947, pursuant to section 12 of the Act of September 1, 1916 (39 Stat. 718), as amended, $45,000. BUREAU OF THE MINT Salaries and expenses, Office of the Director: For personal services in the District of Columbia and for assay laboratory chemicals, fuel, materials, balances, weights, stationery (not to exceed $700), books, periodicals, specimens of coins, ores, and travel and other expenses incident to the examination of mints, visiting mints for the purpose of superintending the annual settlement, and for the collection of statistics relative to the annual production and consumption of the precious metals in the United States, $170,000. Transportation of bullion and coin: For transportation of bullion and coin, by registered mail or otherwise, between mints, assay offices, and bullion depositories, $85,000, including compensation of tempo- rary employees and other necessary expenses. Salaries and expenses, mints and assay offices: For compensation of officers and employees of the mints at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; San Francisco, California; and Denver, Colorado; the assay offices at New York, New York; and Seattle, Washington, and the bullion depositories at Fort Knox, Kentucky; and West Point, New York, including necessary personal services for carrying out the provisions of the Gold Reserve Act of 1934 and the Silver Purchase Act of 1934, and any Executive orders, proclamations, and regulations issued thereunder, and for incidental and contingent expenses, including traveling expenses, stationery (not to exceed $3,900), new machinery and repairs, arms and ammunition, purchase and maintenance of uniforms and accessories for guards, protective devices, and their maintenance, training of employees in use of firearms and protective devices, maintenance, repair, and operation of three motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles, cases and enameling for medals manu- factured, net wastage in melting and refining and in coining depart- ments, loss on sale of sweeps arising from the treatment of bullion and the manufacture of coins, not to exceed $500 for the expenses of the annual assay commission, and not exceeding $1,000 for the acquisition, at the dollar face amount or otherwise, of specimen and rare coins, including United States and foreign gold coins and pieces of gold used as, or in lieu of, money, and ores, for addition to the Government's collection of such coins, pieces, and ores; $6,000,000. Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the Bureau of the Mint, $9,500. PROCUREMENT DIVISION Salaries and expenses: For the Director of Procurement and other personal services in the District of Columbia and in the field service, and for miscellaneous expenses, including office supplies and mate- rials, stationery (not to exceed $31,500), purchase of motortrucks and maintenance and operation of such trucks and motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles, telegrams, telephone service, traveling expenses, office equipment, fuel, light, electric current, and other 80634--47-PT. --- 87 577 Reimbursement to D. C . for certain bene- fit payments. D. O . Code §4-508. D. a. Code §4-603. 48 Stat. 337, 1178. 31 U. S. 0. §§440, 448; Supp. V, §§754a, 754b, 821 ,822a. 12 U. 8. C., Supp. V, 412 -414. Annual assay com- mission.