PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 210-JULY 8, 1947 Accounting. 49 Stat. 620 , 627,645 . 42 U. . c. iC301- 306, 601 -06, 1201-1206. Post,p. 615 . 49 Stat. 626. 42U.8.C.if601- 603. Post, p. 942. 60 Stat. 982. 42U.S.C.f1331- 1336. 60 Stat. 979. 42U.S.C.If410, 1301-1 . Post, p. 454 . Accounting. 37 Stat. 79. 29U. S.C. § 1-18c. be agreed upon by the Superintendent of Saint Elizabeths Hospital and the District of Columbia government, department, or establish- ments concerned. All sums paid to the Superintendent of Saint Elizabeths Hospital for the care of patients that he is authorized by law to receive shall be deposited to the credit on the books of the Treasury of this appropriation and be subject to requisition upon the approval of the Superintendent of Saint Elizabeths Hospital. SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION Grants to States for old-age assistance, aid to dependent children, and aid to the blind: For grants to States as authorized in titles I, IV, and X of the Social Security Act, as amended (42 U. S . C., ch. 7, subch. I, IV, and X), $625,000,000, of which such amount as may be necessary shall be available for grants under such titles I, IV, and X, respectively, for any period in the fiscal year 1947 subsequent to March 31, 1947. Salaries, Bureau of Public Assistance: For personal services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, $1,150,000. Grants to States for unemployment compensation administration: For grants to States as authorized in title III of the Social Security Act, as amended (42 U. S . C., ch. 7, subch. III), $57,586,000, of which such amounts as may be agreed upon by the Federal Security Agency and the Post Office Department shall be used for the pay- ment, in such manner as said parties may jointly determine, of postage for the transmission of official mail matter in connection with the unemployment compensation administration of States receiving grants herefrom. Reconversion unemployment benefits for seamen: For payments to seamen as authorized by title XIII of the Social Security Act, as amended (sec. 306, Act of Aug. 10, 1946, Public Law 719), $900,000. Salaries, Bureau of Employment Security: For personal services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, $947,500. Salaries and expenses, Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance: For necessary expenses, including personal services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, travel, including, when specifically authorized by the Federal Security Administrator, attendance at meetings of organizations concerned with the work of the Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and printing and binding, not more than $35,054,850 may be expended from the Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, together with $700,000 from the general fund of the Treasury (for carrying out title II of the Act of August 10, 1946 (Public Law 719), the two amounts to be accounted for as one fund: Provided, That any sums received by the Administrator as payment for services performed for any department or agency of the Government by persons whose salaries are paid from the amount made available under this paragraph shall be deposited to the credit of this appropriation and be available, during the fiscal year in which such sums are received, for the same purposes. CHILDREN'S BUREAU Salaries and expenses: For necessary expenses in carrying out the Act of April 9, 1912, as amended (29 U. S. C. 18a), including personal services in the District of Columbia; purchase of reports and material for the publications of the Children's Bureau and of reprints for distribution; $431,000. Salaries and expenses, maternal and child welfare: For necessary expenses in carrying out title V of the Social Security Act, as 272 r61 STAT.