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PUBLIC LAW 134—AUG. 31, 1951

[65 STAT.

guc. 704. Amounts available from appropriations and other funds in this Act, and amounts specified therein for personal services, are hereby reduced in the sums hereinafter set forth, such sums (except trust funds) to be carried to the surplus fund and covered into the Treasury immediately upon the approval of this Act, as follows: DEPARTMENT OF LABOR OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

Salaries and expenses, Bureau of Labor Standards, $31,835; BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS

Salaries and expenses, $238,461; W O M E N ' S BUREAU

Salaries and expenses, $16,715; FEDERAL SECURITY



Salaries and expenses, $152,293; OFFICE OP THE ADMINISTRATOR


Salaries and expenses. Division of Service Operations: Appropriation, $17,487; Transfer from Old-age and Survivors' Insurance Trust Fund, $3,673; Salaries, Office of the General Counsel: Appropriation, $21,350; Transfer from Old-age and Survivors' Insurance Trust Fund, $21,197; NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD

Salaries and expenses, $348,541; NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD

Salaries and expenses, $15,753; Arbitration and emergency boards, $6,000; NATIONAL R A I L R O A D ADJUSTMENT BOARD

Salaries and expenses, $24,251; RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD

Salaries and expenses. Railroad Retirement Board (trust fund), $211,096; FEDERAL MEDIATION

Passenger cars.



Salaries and expenses, $135,087; Boards of inquiry, $1,250. gj,^ ^J^QQ YiThere the number of passenger cars for replacement only is reduced by the provisions in this Act the total number of passenger cars in the division or department concerned will be reduced by a like