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of buse or period pay, or for longevity pay before July 1, 1933; any increase of base or period pay for length of service, or longevitý pay, which would have been authorized under existing law before that date, shall become effective July 1, 1933, and not earlier, notwithstanding the provisions of any other act: Provided further, That so much of the act of May 29, 1928, as amended by the act of December 12, 1930 (U. S. C., Supp. V, title 19, sec. 6a), as provides automatic increases in salary to clerks in the field service of the Customs Service, and so much of the acts of May 14, 1930 (U.S. C., Supp. V, title 3, sec. 61), and July 1, 1930 (46 Stat. 839), as provide automatic increases in salary to privates of the White House police force, and so much of existing laws as provide automatic proinotions for length of service to employees of the Postal Service, shall not be operative during the period between the dote of the approval of this act and July 1, 1933: Provided, however, That this section shall not apply to postmasters or postal employees whose compensation is fixed, or from time to lime adjusted, upon the basis of the postal receipts or other variable factor of business of their respective offices or to carriers in the Rural Mail Delivery Service whose compensation is fixed upon the basis of the length of their respective routes: Provided further, That from the date of this act to and including June so, 1933, payment for personal services made in accordance herewith shall constitute payment in full for such services. The appropriations or portions of appropriations unexpended by the operation of this section shall not be used for any other purposes, but shall be impounded and returned to the Treasury, and a report of the amounts so impounded for the period between the date of the approval of this act and October 31, 1932, shall be submitted to Congress on the first day of the next regular session.

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Sec. 5. No appropriation under the Treasury or Post Office Departments arailable during the fiscal years 1932 and/or 1933 shall be used after the date of the approval of this act to pay the compensation of an incumbent appointed to any position under the Federal Government which is vacant on the date of the approval of this act or to any such position which may become vacant after such date: Provided, That this inhibition shall not apply (1) to absolutely essential positions the filling of which may be approved in writing by the President of the United States, (2) to the commissioned and enlisted personnel of the Coast Guard, or (3) to temporary, emergency, seasonal, or cooperative positions: Provided, That when any vacancy is caused by the retirement, removal, resignation, or death of a postal employee in a position the duties of which make it necessary to assign permanently a substitute for an eighthour daily period, or when it is necessary permanently to utilize a substitute on an auxiliary route for eight hours daily, then the Postmaster General shall so adrise the President and request written authorization to fill such vacancies by the appointment of additional regular employees. The appropriations or portions of appropriations unexpended by the operation of this section shall not be used for any other purposes but shall be impounded and returned to the Treasury, and a report of all such vacancies, the number thereof filled, and the amounts unexpended for the period between the date of the approval of this act and October 31, 1932, shall be submitted to Congress on the first day of the next regular session.

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Sec. 6. No part of any money appropriated by this act shall be used for purchasing any motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicle (except busses, station wagons, and ambulances) at a cost, delivered and completely equipped for operation, in excess of $750, including the value of a vehicle exchanged where exchange is involved; nor shall any money appropriated herein be used for maintaining, driving, or operating any Government-owned motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicle not used exclusively for official purposes; and official purposesshall not include the transportation of officers and employees between their domiciles and places of employment except in cases of officers and employees engaged in field work the character of whose duties makes such transportation necessary and then only when the same is approved by the head of the department. This section shall not apply to any motor vehicle for official use of the Secretary of the Treasury or the Postmaster General.

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Sec. 7. In the expenditure of appropriations in this act the Secretary of the Treasury in the case of the Treasury Department, and the Postmaster General in the case of the Post Office Department, shall, unless in his discretion the interest of the Government will not permit, purchase, or contract for, within the limits of the United States,

only articles of the growth, production, or manufacture of the United States, notwithstaniling that such articles of the growth, production, or manufacture of the United States may cost more, if such excess of cost be not unreasonable.

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Sec. 8. The United States Bureau of Efficiency is authorized and directed to prepare and submit to Congress on the first day of the next regular session a report showing the make, year, type, annual mileage, useful purpose, assignment, and other similar pertinent information relative to each Government-owned passenger automobile and motor boat in the custody of the several field services on June 30, 1932, and shall indicate appropriately in such report which of such vehicles were forfeited to the United States for violation of law.

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Sec. 9. No part of any appropriation made by this act shall be used to pay the actual expenses of subsistence in excess of $6 each for any one calendar day or per diem allowance for subsistence in excess of the rate of $5 for any one calendar day to any officer of employee of the United States, and payment accordingly shall be in full, notwithstanding any other statutory provision.

TREASURY AND POST OFFICE DEPARTMENTS APPROPRIATION BILL, FISCAL YEAR 1933 Comparative statement of the amounts appropriated for the fiscal year 1932, the Budget estimates for the fiscal year 1933,

and the amounts recommended in the accompanying bill for the fiscal year 1933 [Note.—Appropriations for 1932 include amounts in regular annual, deficiency, and other acts)

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Secretary's office, salaries

Chief clerk and superintendent,

office of

558, 184. 00

558, 184. 00

555, 000. 00

-3, 184. 00

- $3, 184. 00

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Comparative statement of the amounts appropriated for the fiscal year 1932, the Budget estimates for the fiscal year 1933,

and the amounts recommended in the accompanying bill for the fiscal year 1933—Continued

TITLE I. TREASURY DEPART

MENT—Continued

OFFICE

OF THE TREASURER OF THE

UNITED STATES

Salaries (including for 1932, $20,000 in

First Deficiency Act).

$1, 247, 800.00

$1, 269, 000.00

$1, 269, 000.00

+$21, 200.00

Object

Appropriations for 1932

Budget estimates for

1933

Amount carried in bill

for 1933

Increase (+)

orde-
crease (-) bill com-
pared with 1932 ap-
propriations

Increase (+) or de

crease (-) bill compared with 1933 Budget estimates

Federal reserve and national currency,

redemption of (reimbursable)

332, 746. 00

332, 746. 00

332, 746. 00

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