4 Legislative History of the Independent Offices Appropriation Act of 1950 P.L. 81-266 1 (1950)

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Public Law 266 - 81st Congress
Ch. 506 - 1st Session
(H.R. 4177)
Approved August 24, 1949
An Act making appropriations for the executive office and sundry
independent executive bi-reaus, boards, commissions, corporations,
agencies, and offices, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1950,
and for other purposes  ................ 1.............
Supplemental estimates of appropriations, fiscal year 1949, Public
Buildings Administration, Federal ',orks Agency  ...................... 2
Justifications: Estimates of appropriations for annual appropriation
bill, fiscal year 1950, Federal Jorks Agency  ........................ 3
Communications from the President to the Speaker of the House trans-
mitting suppler.ental estirates of appropriations, etc., relating to
various executive departments and independent establishments, as
follovis:  ..........   .......................... .......................  4

81st Congress
DOCU'T3ZT No.

11. Doc. 40
48
85
90
151

M.:ARTA T OR AGEiUCY

Legislative Branch - Senate & House, &
Executive Office of the President
Philippine Uar Damage Commission
Veterans' Administration
U.S. :-aritime Commission
U.S. Eritime Commission

Communications from the President to the President of the Senate trans-
mitting supplemental estimates of appropriations, etc., relating to
various executive departments and ndependent establishments, as
follows:  ............................................................  5

81st Congress
DOCUI-ENT No.

DEPART.2ITT OR AGEICY

S. Doc. 43
44
74
78
79

National Archives
Veterans' Administration
Federal Housing Administration, Housing and
Home Finance Agency
Veterans' Administration
Housing Expediter

Jan. 24
29
Feb. 25
2 L
iarch 31

April 12
12
iay 12
20
27

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