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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 49-MAY 1, 1947 60 Stat. 570. 60 Stat. 571 . 60 Stat. 572. 60 Stat. 572 . 60 Stat. 573. 60 Stat. 574 . 60 Stat. 575 . 60 Stat. 576. 60 Stat. 577. 60 Stat. 577 . 60 Stat. 529. 60 Stat. 165 . Waiver of restric- tions. 60 Stat. 35, 203, 216, 480, 7, 717, 749, 72. 39 U.8.C. i§856a, 862a, 862b. 867a, 877, 878; 5 U.S.C. 645a, 645b, 672b-673, 902 et teq.;28U.S.C.s§5, 213, 241 , 296, 301, 324 , 597-597c. Ante, p. 40; post, p. 727. Fiscal Service: Bureau of Accounts: "Salaries and expenses", $120,300; "Division of Disbursement, salaries and expenses", $762,900; "Salaries, foreign economic functions", $42,550; Bureau of the Public Debt: "Administering the public debt", $1,894,000; Office of the Treasurer of the United States: "Salaries and expenses", $603,000; "Salaries (reimbursable)", $15,000; Bureau of Customs: "Salaries and expenses", $3,797,000; Bureau of Internal Revenue: "Salaries and expenses", $19,717,400; Bureau of Narcotics: "Salaries and expenses", $140,000; Bureau of Engraving and Printing: "Salaries and expenses", $939,400; Secret Service Division: "Salaries", $12,750; "Suppressing counterfeiting and other crimes", $192,950; "White House Police", $45,500; "Salaries and expenses, guard force, Treasury buildings", $47,200; "Reimbursement to District of Columbia, benefit payments to White House Police and Secret Service forces", $7,350; Bureau of the Mint: "Salaries and expenses, Office of the Director", $18,250; "Salaries and expenses, mints and assay offices", $160,300; Procurement Division: "Salaries and expenses", $152,700; Coast Guard: "Office of Commandant", $237,600; "Civilian employees, Coast Guard", $326,400; "Salaries, merchant marine inspection, Coast Guard", $54,000; "Salaries and expenses, merchant marine inspection, Coast Guard", $179,000; WAR DEPARTMENT Civil Functions of the War Department: The Panama Canal: "Sanitation, Canal Zone", $400,000; The restrictions contained within appropriations or affecting appropriations or other funds, available during the fiscal year 1947, limiting the amounts which may be expended for personal services or for other purposes involving personal services, or amounts which may be transferred between appropriations or authorizations, are hereby waived with respect to the foregoing items, under the heading "Increased pay costs", to the extent necessary to meet increased ay costs authorized by the Acts of March 6, 1946 (Public Law 317); May 21, 1946 (Public Law 386); May 24, 1946 (Public Law 390) July 5, 1946 (Public Law 491) ; July 31, 1946 (Public Laws 567, 568, and 577), and August 1, 1946 (Public Law 582), and other legislation enacted during or applicable to the fiscal year 1947 authorizing increased pay for civilian employees of the Government. TITLE II-JUDGMENTS AND AUTHORIZED CLAIMS PROPERTY DAMAGE CLAIMS SEC. 201. (a) For the payment of claims for damages to or losses of privately owned property adjusted and determined by the follow- ing respective departments and independent offices, under the provi- sions of the Act entitled "An Act to provide a method for the settlement 76 [61 STAT.