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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 211-JULY 9, 1947 60 Stat. 999 . 22U.S.C.§801 et seq. 40 Stat. 1270. 52 Stat. 441 . 60 Stat. 663. 22 U.. C.. 295b. Crediting of refunds, etc 31U.S.C. 107. EIehange of funds. Post, p. 623 . 45 Stat. 487. 49 Stat. 425. 46 Stat. 825. 57 Stat. 159. 59 Stat. 529. 45 Stat. 491; 58 Stat. 402. 55 Stat. 1143. 58 Stat. 1303. 58 Stat. 1169. 22U. S. C. J269d. Foreign Service retirement and disability fund: For financing the liability of the United States, created by the Foreign Service Act of 1946 (Public Law 724), $2,085,000, which amount shall be placed to the credit of the "Foreign Service retirement and disability fund." Printing and binding, Foreign Service: For printing and binding for the Foreign Service, $180,000: Provided, That printing and bind- ing outside continental United States may be without regard to sec- tion 11 of the Act of March 1, 1919 (44 U. S. C. 111). Foreign Service buildings fund: For carrying into effect the Act of May 25, 1938 (22 U. S. C . 295a), and the Act of July 25, 1946 (Public Law 547), including the initial alterations, repair, and furnishing of buildings acquired under said Act, $51,500,000, of which $50,000,000 is exclusively for expenditure under the provisions of said Public Law 547 and shall be immediately available. Emergencies arising in the Diplomatic and Consular Service: For expenses necessary to enable the Secretary of State to meet unforeseen emergencies arising in the Diplomatic and Consular Service, to be expended pursuant to the requirement of section 291 of the Revised Statutes (31 U. S . C . 107), including personal services in the District of Columbia, $11,000,000: Provided,That all refunds, repayments, or other credits on account of funds disbursed under this head shall be credited to the appropriation for this purpose current at the time obligations are incurred or such amounts are received: Provided fur- ther, That the Secretary of State may delegate to subordinate officials the authority vested in him by section 291 of the Revised Statutes pertaining to certification of expenditures. The exchange of funds for payment of expenses in connection with the operation of diplomatic and consular establishments abroad shall not be subject to the provisions of section 3651 of the Revised Statutes (31 U. S . C . 543). INTERNATIONAL OBLIGATIONS AND ACTIVTIIES United States contributions to international commissions, con- gresses, and bureaus: For payment of the annual contributions, quotas, and expenses, including loss by exchange in discharge of the obligations of the United States in connection with international commissions, congresses, bureaus, and other objects, in not to exceed the respective amounts as follows: American International Institute for the Protection of Childhood (22 U. S. C . 269b), $2,000; Bureau of International Telecommunication Union, Radio Section (49 Stat. 2391, 54 Stat. 1417), $6,983; Bureau of Interparliamentary Union for Promotion of International Arbitration, including participation by the United States in the work of the Bureau (22 U. S. C. 276, 276a), $30,000, of which $15,000 shall be expended under the direc- tion of the President and the Executive Secretary of the American group; Cape Spartel and Tangier Light, Coast of Morocco (14 Stat. 679), $800; Central Bureau of the International Map of the World on the Millionth Scale (22 U. S . C. 269a), $50; Emergency Advisory Committee for Political Defense, including participation by the United States in the Committee (Act of June 19, 1943, Public Law 80), $25,000; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (22 U. S . C. 279-279d), $1,250,000; Gorgas Memorial Labo- ratory (22 U. S . C . 278, 278a, 278b), $50,000; Inter-American Coffee Board (Convention of November 28, 1940), $8,000; Inter-American Economic and Social Council (57 Stat. 159), $23,000; Inter-American Indian Institute (Convention of November 29, 1940), $4,800; Inter- American Institute of Agricultural Sciences (Convention of Janu- ary 15, 1944), $159.773; Inter-American Radio Office (53 Stat. 1576), $6,720; Inter-American Statistical Institute (56 Stat. 20), 282 [61 STAT.