3 Legislative History of the First Deficiency Appropriation Act of 1946 P.L. 269 H.R. 4805 1 (1946)

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Public Lai, 269 - 79th Congress
Ch. 59 - 1st Session
(. . 405)
iproved Dec. 26, 1945
'Ln Act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in certain appropri-
ations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1946, and for prior fiscal
years, to provide supplemental a -ropriations i'or the fiscal year enci-
ing June 30, 1946, and for other uT.)uoses .............................
Hearings before the Subcoruittee of the 11ouse Committee on Appropriations:
Part 1. October 22-27, 29-31; Zovember 1-3, and 5-7, 1945.
Part 2. (Rivers . harbors - 7lood Control - I)teclarition); Cctober
23-27, and 29-30, 1945.
(See Part I of Legislative Thistory)
Hearings before a Subcommittee of the Senate Cormittee on Appropriations:
Part 1. December 4-6, 7, and 10, 1945.
Part 2. December 12, 1945.
(See Part !I of Legislative History)
Comnunications from the 7resident to the Speaker of the House transmitting
estimates of appropriations, schedules of judgLents and claims, etc.,
relating to various departments and agencies, as follows:  ............ 2
79th CO- iGlSS          D 2n.TY '.T or AG02_CY                     IL
H. Doc. 2U8        axecutive Office of the PresidenAt             Sept. 21
269        Federal Powier Coriission                           21
291        District of ColtL-foia                               26
295       JAmerican Battle ionuizents Coimission               28
296        National L ediation 3oard                            2f
297        Pederal Security Agclicy                             2Q
298        rederal Security A-ency                              29
299        Departrnent of State                             Oct. 1
0-4       MO.Lf*0S) iIGTh,:CY: (Public Roads idriinistration-
.r25,000,000 bein, part of ':100,00,OCO authorized
by ederal-,Aid 1highzay Act of 1944)               3
311        Departmelt of StL.te                                 13
312        Treasury Ienartnent                                  11
313        Veterans' AdrlinistrL.tion                           11
314        Snithsonian institution                              11
315        Securities and :27xchance Conmission                 11
316        Federal Loan Agency                                  11
317        mployees Compensation Co x ission                 l
3!U       The Judiciary                                        13

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