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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG. , 2D SESS.-CH. 672-JULY 26, 1946 RETRAINING AND REEM'PLOYMENT ADMINISTRATION Salaries: For personal services in the Retraining and Reemploy- ment Administration in the District of Columbia and elsewhere neces- sary for carrying out the provisions of title III of the War Mobilization and Reconversion Act of 1944 (50 U. S . C., App. 1661), $338,000. UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE General administration: For expenses necessary for the general administration of the United States Employment Service, including one Director at not to exceed $10,000 per annum and other personal services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere and contract steno- graphic reporting services, $6,394,600, of which $2,650,600 shall be for use in carrying into effect the provisions of title IV (except section 602) of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944: Provided, That the appropriation in this title for traveling expenses shall be available, in an amount not to exceed $2,000, for expenses of attendance at meet- ings of organizations concerned with the work of the United States Employment Service when incurred on the written authority of the Secretary of Labor. Employment office facilities and services: For necessary expenses in connection with the operation and maintenance of the United States Employment Service, and for carrying into effect section 602 of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944; including contract janitorial services, at not to exceed $300 for any individual; not to exceed $500 for newspapers; reimbursement, at not to exceed 3 cents per mile, for official travel performed by employees in privately owned automobiles within the limits of their official station; printing and binding (not to exceed $46,875); travel expenses (not to exceed $671,415) ; and rent in the District of Columbia; $25,693,875, and, with- out limitation upon the availability of other funds for the same pur- poses, $11,000,000 for the liquidation of unrecorded and contingent obligations, including the payment of accrued annual leave, arising in connection with the transfer of employment office facilities and serv- ices to State operation; in all $36,693 875: Provided,That payment of salaries may be made to employees while taking annual and sick leave based upon unused leave accrued under State regulations found by the Social Security Board to conform to the requirements of title III of the Social Security Act, as amended, and on the basis of State employ- ment which had been financed in whole or in part from grants under title III of said Act, including payment for accrued leave to be sub- stituted for leave without pay taken between January 1 and June 30, 1942, which payment shall not exceed in any case the amount payable for such purposes under Federal laws with respect to the maximum accumulation of such leave: Provided further, That the Secretary of Labor may transfer funds from this appropriation to the Social Security Board for "Grants to States for unemployment compensa- tion administration" as authorized in title III of the Social Security Act, as amended, to meet costs incurred by States in making available to the United States Employment Service premises, equipment, sup- plies, facilities, and services, needed by said Service in the operation and maintenance of employment office facilities and services, any sum so transferred and not expended in accordance with this proviso to be retransferred to this appropriation: Provided further. ahat pend- ing the return to State control of the Employment Service facilities, property, and personnel loaned by the States to the United States Employment Service, no portion of the sum herein appropriated shall 683 58 Stat. 788. 50 U.. C .., Sup. V, app. §§ 1661-1663 . Ante, p. 209. 58 Stat. 293. 38 U. 8S.C., Supp. V, § 695-695f. Attendance at meet- ings. 58 Stat. 294. 38 U. S. C., Supp. V, § 695b. Payment of accrued annual leave. 49 Stat. 626. 42 U. . C.01 501- 803. Transfer of funds. Supra. Salary restriction.