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61 STAT.] 80TH CONG., lST SESS.-CH. 49-MAY 1, 1947 or carried to the surplus fund under the provisions of section 5 of the Act of June 20, 1874 (31 U. S. C . 713), being for the service of the fiscal year 1944 and prior fiscal years, as follows: Refund of erroneous collections, District of Columbia, 1944, $11.24; Electrical Department, expenses, District of Columbia, 1944, $640.78; Health Department, medical services, District of Columbia, 1944, $3.46; Working capital fund, Workhouse and Reformatory, District of Columbia, 1944, $1,813; Department of Vehicles and Traffic, expenses, highway fund, Dis- trict of Columbia, 1944 (payable from highway fund), $441.15; Refunding water rents, District of Columbia, 1944 (payable from water fund), $18.23; Miscellaneous expenses, Freedmen's Hospital, District of Columbia, 1944, $75; Health Department, medical services, District of Columbia, 1943, $134.64; Gallinger Municipal Hospital, salaries, District of Columbia, 1943, $3.43; Miscellaneous expenses, Freedmen's Hospital, District of Columbia, 1943, $8.08; Public schools, expenses, District of Columbia, 1942 and 1943, $17.10; Health Department, medical services, District of Columbia, 1942, $2.12; Miscellaneous expenses, Freedmen's Hospital, District of Columbia, 1942, $146.10; In all, $3,314.33. DIVISION OF EXPENSES The sums appropriated in this Act for the District of Columbia, shall, unless otherwise specifically provided, be paid out of the general fund of the District of Columbia, as defined in the District of Columbia Appropriation Act, 1947. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE For an additional amount, fiscal year 1947, to enable the Secretary of Agriculture to carry out the provisions of the National School Lunch Act of 1946, $6,000,000. TussocK MOTH CONTROL For expenses necessary to enable the Secretary of Agriculture to carry out operations, independently or in cooperation with State agencies, associations, organizations, or individuals, to combat an outbreak of tussock moth, fiscal year 1947, $395,000, to remain available until December 31, 1947: Provided,That no part of this appropriation may be used to pay the cost of property injured or destroyed. FOREST SERVICE National forest protection and management: The sum of $410,000 is hereby transferred from the appropriation "Acquisition of Lands for National Forests under Week's Act" to the appropriation "National forest protection and management". Control of tree insect epidemics, national forests: For control of epidemics of tree-destroying insects on or threatening the national forests, fiscal year 1947, $282,500, to remain available until December 31, 1947. 95347' ---48-pt. 1 - --5 65 18 Stat. 110 . 57 Stat. 319. 57 Stat. 321 . 57 Stat. 327. 57 Stat. 331. 57 Stat. 338 . 57 Stat. 344 . 57 Stat. 500. 56 Stat. 439. 56 Stat. 440 . 56 Stat. 571. 55 Stat. 508; 56 Stat. 432. 55 Stat. 516 . 55 Stat. 479. 60 Stat. 501 . 60 Stat. Z20 . 42U.S.C.§§1751- 1760. 60 Stat. 285.