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65 STAT.]

PUBLIC LAW 106—AUG. 3, 1951


REGULATORY AGENCIES For expenses necessary for agencies named under this general head: Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, including the purchase of samples, $106,900. Board of Parole, $79,300. Coroner's office, including juror fees, and repairs to the morgue, $60,100. Department of Insurance, $86,500. Department of Weights, Measures, and Markets, including maintenance and repairs to markets, purchase of commodities and for personal services in connection with investigation and detection of sales of short weight and measure, purchase of one passenger motor vehicle for replacement only, $163,600. License Bureau, $78,800. Minimum Wage and Industrial Safety Board, $73,400. Office of Recorder of Deeds, including uniforms and caps for guards, $240,400. Poundmaster's office, including uniforms for dog catchers, $41,900. Public Utilities Commission, $148,800. Zoning Commission, $36,300. PUBLIC



General administration, supervision and instruction: For expenses necessary for the administration of and supervision and instruction in the public school system of the District of Columbia including the education of foreigners of all ages in the Americanization schools; athletic apparel and accessories; subsistence supplies for pupils enrolled in classes for crippled children; maintenance and instruction of deaf, dumb and blind children of the District of Columbia by contract entered into by the Commissioners upon recommendation by the Board of Education of the District of Columbia; transportation of children attending schools or classes established for physically handicapped pupils; for carrying out the provisions of the Act of December 16, 1944 (58 Stat. 811); distribution of surplus commodities ^J^o U.S.C. i ana and relief milk to public and charitable institutions, and for the carrying out, under regulations to be prescribed by the Board of Education, of a "penny milk" program for the school children of the District, including the purchase and distribution of milk under agreement with the United States Department of Agriculture; $17,315,000, of which $3,000 shall be available for the services of experts and consultants as authorized by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (60 Stat. 810), s U.S.C. 5 55a. but at rates not exceeding $50 per diem plus travel expenses for such individuals: Provided, That the compensation for summer school personnel may be charged to the appropriation for the fiscal year in which the pay periods end: Provided further, That collections from the milk program shall be paid to the Collector of Taxes, District of Columbia, for deposit in the Treasury of the United States to the credit of the District: Provided further, That collections from school athletic contests shall be deposited in the Treasury of the United States to the credit of the District of Columbia. Vocational education, George-Barden program: For expenses necessary for the development of vocational education in the District of Columbia in accordance with the Act of June 8, 1936, as amended, ^n?T*Vn^sR,«», $243,900. ' ^^oU.S.C.jush-