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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 354 -JULY 20, 1949 Inter-American Indian Institute (56 Stat. 1303), $4,800; Inter-American Institute of Agricultural Sciences (58 Stat. 1169), $149,292; Inter-American Radio Office (53 Stat. 1576), or its successor, $6,378; 56 Stat. 2. Inter-American Statistical Institute (22 U. S. C. 269d), $29,854; International Bureau of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (32 Stat. 1779, 36 Stat. 2199), $1,600; International Bureau for the Protection of Industrial Property (53 Stat. 1748), $1,802; International Bureau for Publication of Customs Tariffs (26 Stat. 1520), $2,233; International Bureau of Weights and Measures (20 Stat. 714, 43 Stat. 1687), $10,160; International Council of Scientific Unions and Associated Unions 49 Stat. 540. (22 U. S. C. 274), $7,517; 41 Stat. 1215. International Hydrographic Bureau (22 U. S . C . 275), $9,147; 488tat. 1182:62Stat. International Labor Organization (22 U. S . C. 271; Public Law 22u.s. . , Supp. 843, approved June 30, 1948), $848,058; I2, if 271 no te, 272r n 272b note International Penal and Penitentiary Commission (22 U. S . C . 263), 37 Stat. 692. $5,220; International Telecommunication Union (Convention ratified by the 63 Stat., Pt. 2 . Senate, June 2, 1948), $146,311; Pan-American Institute of Geography and History (22 U. S. C . 49 Stat. 512. 273), $10,000; 22 st. Snpp. Pan-American Railway Congress (Public Law 794, approved June II, 1§28J,280. 28, 1948), $5,000; Pan-American Sanitary Bureau (44 Stat. 2041), $1,153,498; Pan-American Union (treaty of February 20, 1928; 22 U. S. C . 36 Stat. 1032 264; 44 U. S. C. 282), $1,247,123; Payment to the Government of Panama (33 Stat. 2238, 53 Stat. 1818), $430,000; South Pacific Commission (Public Law 403, approved January 28, 62 tt5Supp. 1948), $20,000; 22 U. S. C., Supp. $20,000; I", §20- 0o. World Health Organization (Public Law 643, approved June 14, 62 Stat. 441 . 22 u. s . c., supp. 1948), $1,920,000; Stat. 90 . United Nations (22 U. S. C. 287-287e), including salaries, expenses, 22 U.8 . c., supp. and allowances of personnel and dependents as authorized by the For- IT, 1287 notes. Pot, p. 734. elign Service Act of 1946 (22 U. S . C. 801-1158), $18,128,772, of which 22 U.s . C., supp. amount $16,601,022 shall be available for contribution; I, 1815 d ps. United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization Ante, p. IU. 60 stat. 712 (22 U. S . C. 287m-287t), $2,928,773, of which amount $2,887,173 shall be available for contribution; International Civil Aviation Organization (61 Stat. 1180), $582,000, of which amount $500,000 shall be available for contribution; 61Stat. 214. International Refugee Organization (22 U. S. C . 289-289d), 22 u. S.C., Supp. nI, § 289d-2 . $70,500,029, of which amount $70,447,729 shall be available for contribution; In all, $99,663,558, together with such additional sums due to increase in rates of exchange as the Secretary of State may determine and certify to the Secretary of the Treasury to be necessary to pay, in foreign currencies, the quotas and contributions required by the several treaties, conventions, or laws establishing the amount of the obligation: n41;s. 40. Provided,That, without regard to section 3709 of the Revised Statutes, as amended, amounts for United States representation in United Nations, United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organi- zation, International Refugee Organization, and International Civil Aviation Organization shall be available for expenses pursuant to the provisions of the pertinent Acts and Conventions authorizing such 450 [63 STAT.