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458 PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 354-JULY 20,1949 [63 STAT. Salaries and expenses, Antitrust Division: For expenses necessary for the enforcement of antitrust and kindred laws, including traveling expenses, services as authorized by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 60 stat. 810 . 1946 (5 U. S . C. 55a), and personal services in the District of Columbia, $3,750,000, of which $125,000 shall be available exclusively for activities fPermnent regional in connection with railroad reparations cases: Provided, That none of this appropriation shall be expended for the establishment and maintenance of permanent regional offices of the Antitrust Division. Examination of judicial offices: For the investigation of the official acts, records, and accounts of marshals, attorneys, clerks of the United States courts and Territorial courts, probation officers, and United States commissioners, for which purpose all the official papers, records, and dockets of said officers, without exception, shall be examined by the agents of the Attorney General at any time; and also the official acts, records, and accounts of reporters, referees, and trustees of such courts; travel expenses; $109,000, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney General. Salaries and expenses, claims of persons of Japanese ancestry: For expenses necessary for payment of claims of persons of Japanese f2 tat. 12l. ancestry, pursuant to the Act of July 2,1948 (Public Law 886), includ- n. app. Ai1981-1987. ing personal services in the District of Columbia, travel, and printing and binding, $1,200,000, of which not to exceed $200,000 shall be available for administrative expenses. Property claims of alien enemies: For payment of claims, pursuant At, p. 12. to the Act of March 15, 1949 (Public Law 17), relating to property deposited by alien enemies or United States citizens of Japanese ancestry, $44,000. Miscellaneous salaries and expenses, field: For salaries and other expenses of the field service, not otherwise specifically provided for, including travel expenses; a health service program as authorized by 60 Stat. 903. law (5 . S . C. 150); temporary services as authorized by section 15 of 60 Stat. 810. the Act of August 2, 1946 (5 U. S. C. 55a); and notarial fees or like services; $440,000. Salaries and expenses of district attorneys, and so forth: For sal- aries, travel, and other expenses of United States district attorneys, their regular assistants and other employees, including the office expenses of United States district attorneys in Alaska, $5,585,000. Salaries and expenses of marshals, and so forth: For salaries, fees, and expenses of United States marshals, deputy narshals, and clerical assistants, including services rendered in behalf of the United States Services in Alaska. or otherwise; services in Alaska in collecting evidence for the United States when so specifically directed by the Attorney General; meals and lodging for deputy marshals in attendance upon juries when torterrsoners ordered by the court; traveling expenses, including the actual and necessary expenses incident to the transfer of prisoners in the custody of United States marshals to narcotic farms; purchase of four pas- senger motor vehicles, including two vans for replacement only at not to exceed $5,000 each; and firearms and ammunition; $5,630,000, of Temprary deputy which amount not to exceed $50,000 shall be available for the employ- ment of temporary deputy marshals, in lieu of bailiffs, at a rate not to exceed $10 per day. Post, p. 74. Fees of witnesses: For expenses, mileage, and per diems of wit- nesses and for per diems in lieu of subsistence, such payments to be made on the certification of the attorney for the United States and 62 Sta. 912 .supp to be conclusive as provided by law (28 U. S . C. 551), $700,000: Pro- 28 U. S. C., Supp. ii, §55i. vided, That not to exceed $50,000 of this amount shall be available Attorney Oenerab for such compensation and expenses of witnesses or informants as may be authorized or approved by the Attorney General or his Admin- istrative Assistant, which approval shall be conclusive: Provided