PUBLIC LAW 90-473-AUG. 10, 1968
replacement: Provided further, That not to exceed $25,000 of this appropriation shall be available for settlement of claims not in excess of $250 each: Provided further, That $425,000 of this appropriation shall be transferred to the judiciary and disbursed by the Administrative Office of the United States Courts for expenses of the Legal Aid Agency of the District of Columbia. EDUCATION"
20 USC 401 note
81 Stat. 637.
Education, including purchase of twenty-four passenger motor vehicles of which twelve shall be for replacement only, provision of insurance, maintenance, and acceptance of not to exceed thirty passenger motor vehicles on a loan basis for exclusive use in the driver education program, the development of national defense education programs, and matching of Federal grants under the National Defense Education Act of September 2, 1958 (72 Stat. 1580), as amended, $108,676,000, of which $125,100 shall be payable from the highway fund: Provided, That the certificates of the Superintendent of Schools, the President of the Federal City College, and the President of the Washington Technical Institute, shall each be sufficient voucher for the expenditure of $1,000 of this appropriation for such purposes as they may respectively deem necessary. Section 5533(c) of title 5, United States Code, shall not apply to compensation received by teachers of the public schools of the District of Columbia for employment in a civilian office during the period July 1, 1968, to August 31, 1968. PARKS AND RECREATION
P a r k s and recreation, including the purchase, acquisition, and transportation of specimens for the National Zoological Park, $16,983,988, of which $32,000 shall be payable from the highway fund. H E A L T H AND WELFARE
Health and welfare, including reimbursement to the United States for services rendered to the District of Columbia by Freedmen's Hospital; purchase of eight passenger motor vehicles for replacement only; and care and treatment of indigent patients in institutions, including those under sectarian control, under contracts to be made by the Director of Public Health; $121,356,000: Provided, That the inpatient rate and outpatient rate under such contracts, with the exception of Children's Hospital, and for services rendered by Freedmen's Hospital shall not exceed $38 per diem and the outpatient rate shall not exceed $6 per visit; the inpatient rate and outpatient rate for Children's Hospital shall not exceed $40 per diem and $6.75 per visit; and the inpatient rate (excluding the proportionate share for repairs and construction) for services rendered by Saint Elizabeths Hospital for patient care shall be $15.95 per diem: Provided further, That this