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American group of the Interparliamentary Union: Toward the expenses of the American group of the Interparliamentary Union, including traveling expenses, subsistence or per diem in lieu of subsistence (notwithstanding the provisions of any other Act), com. pensation for stenographic and other clerical services, printing and binding, and other necessary expenses, fiscal year 1932, $10,000, to be disbursed on vouchers approved by the president and the executive secretary of the American group; and any unexpended balance in the appropriation for this purpose contained in the Second Deficiency Act approved July 3, 1930, is hereby made available until June 30, 1932.

INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION ON ANNUAL TABLES OF CONSTANTS, AND

SO FORTH

To the International Commission on Annual Tables of Constants and Numerical Data, Chemical, Physical, and Technological, as established by the Seventh International Congress of Applied Chemistry in London and as continued by the eighth congress in New York, as a contribution by the United States toward the publication of annual tables of constants, chemical, physical, and technological, $500.

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE AT ROME, ITALY

For the payment of the quota of the United States, including the territory of Hawaii

, and the dependencies of the Philippine Islands, Porto Rico, and the Virgin Islands, for the support of the International Institute of Agriculture for the calendar year 1932, $5,400;

For the cost of translating into and printing in the English language the publications of the International Institute of Agriculture at Rome, $2,000;

For clerical assistance and traveling and office expenses, $3,660; Total, $11,060.

INTERNATIONAL RAILWAY CONGRESS

To pay the quota of the United States as an adhering member of the International Railway Congress for the year ending April 15, 1932, $800.

PAN AMERICAN SANITARY BUREAU

For the annual share of the United States for the maintenance of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau for the fiscal year 1932, $28.774.74.

INTERNATIONAL OFFICE OF PUBLIC HEALTH

For the payment of the quota of the United States for the calendar year 1932 toward the support of the International Office of Public Health, created by the international arrangement signed at Rome, December 9, 1907, in pursuance of article 181 of the International Sanitary Convention signed at Paris on December 3, 1903, $3,860.

INTERNATIONAL RADIOTELEGRAPHIC CONVENTION

For the share of the United States for the calendar year 1932 as a party to the international radiotelegraphic conventions heretofore signed, of the expenses of the radiotelegraphic service of the International Bureau of the Telegraphic Union at Berne, $7,527.

UNITED STATES SECTION OF THE INTER-AMERICAN HIGH COMMISSION

To defray the actual and necessary expenses on the part of the United States section of the Inter-American High Commission, $10,000, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of State.

WATERWAYS TREATY, UNITED STATES AND GREAT BRITAIN: INTERNA

TIONAL JOINT COMMISSION, UNITED STATES AND GREAT BRITAIN

For salaries and expenses, including salaries of commissioners and salaries of clerks and other employees appointed by the commissioners on the part of the United States, with the approval solely of the Secretary of State; for necessary traveling expenses, and for expenses incident to holding hearings and conferences at such places in Canada and in the United States as shall be determined by the commission or by the American commissioners to be necessary, including travel expense and compensation of necessary witnesses. making necessary transcript of testimony and proceedings; for cost of law books, books of reference and periodicals, office equipment and supplies; and for one-half of all reasonable and necessary joint expenses of the International Joint Commission incurred under the terms of the treaty between the United States and Great Britain concerning the use of boundary waters between the United States and Canada, and for other purposes, signed January 11, 1909, $60,355, to be disbursed under the direction of the Secretary of State: Provided, That traveling expenses of the commissioners, secretary, and necessary employees shall be allowed in accordance with the provisions of the Subsistence Expense Act of 1926 (U. S. C., title 5, chap. 16): Provided further, That a part of this appropriation may be expended for rent of offices for the commission in the District of Columbia in the event that the Public Buildings Commission is unable to supply suitable office space.

For an additional amount for necessary special or technical inves: tigations in connection with matters which fall within the scope of the jurisdiction of the International Joint Commission, including personal services in the District of Columbia or elsewhere, traveling expenses, procurement of technical and scientific equipment, and the purchase, exchange, hire, maintenance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled and horse-drawn passenger-carrying vehicles, $115,000, to be disbursed under the direction of the Secretary of State, who is authorized to transfer to any department or independent establishment of the Government, with the consent of the head thereof, any part of this amount for direct expenditure by such department or establishment for the purposes of this appropriation.

PAYMENT TO THE GOVERNMENT OF PANAMA

To enable the Secretary of State to pay to the Government of Panama the twentieth annual payment, due on February 26, 1932, from the Government of the United States to the Government of Panama under article 14 of the treaty of November 18, 1903, $250,000.

INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL

To pay the annual share of the United States, as an adhering member of the International Research Council and of the associated unions organized at Brussels, July 18-28, 1919, as follows: International Research Council, $77.20; International Astronomical Union, $694.80; International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, $677; International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, $1,389.60; International Union of Mathematics, $38.60; International Union of Scientific Radiotelegraphy, $154.40; International Union of Pure and Applied Physics, $64; International Geographical Union, $194.80; in all

, $3,290.40, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of State.

INTERNATIONAL HYDROGRAPHIC BUREAU

For the annual contribution of the United States toward the maintenance of the International Hydrographic Bureau, $5,790.

FOREIGN HOSPITAL AT CAPE TOWN

For annual contribution toward the support of the Somerset Hospital (a foreign hospital), at Cape Town, $50, to be paid by the Secretary of State upon the assurance that suffering seamen and citizens of the United States will be admitted to the privileges of said hospital.

INTERNATIONAL TRADE-MARK REGISTRATION BUREAU, QUOTA OF

UNITED STATES

For the annual share of the United States for the expenses of the maintenance of the International Trade Mark Registration Bureau at Habana, including salaries of the director and counselor, assistant director and counselor, clerks, translators, secretary to the director, stenographers and typewriters, messenger, watchmen, and laborers, rent of quarters, stationery and supplies, including the purchase of books, postage, traveling expenses, and the cost of printing the bulletin, $4,961.

INTERNATIONAL BUREAU OF THE UNION FOR THE PROTECTION OF

INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY

For the share of the United States in the expense of conducting the International Bureau of the Union for the Protection of Industrial Property, at Berne, Switzerland, $1,700.

GENERAL AND SPECIAL CLAIMS COMMISSIONS, UNITED STATES AND MEXICO

For the expenses of the settlement and adjustment of claims by the citizens of each country against the other under a convention concluded September 8, 1923, and of citizens of the United States against Mexico under a convention concluded September 10, 1923, between the United States and Mexico, including the expenses which, under the terms of the two conventions, are chargeable in part to the United States, the expenses of the two commissions, and the expenses of an agency of the United States to perform all necessary services in connection with the preparation of the claims and the presenting thereof before the said commissions, as well as defending the United States in cases presented under the general convention by Mexico, including salaries of an agent and necessary counsel and other assistants and employees and rent in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, law books and books of reference, printing and binding, contingent expenses, contract stenographic reporting services, without regard to section 3709 of the Revised Statutes (U. S. C., title 41, sec. 5), the employment of special counsel, translators, and other technical experts, by contract, without regard to the provisions of any statute relative to employment, traveling expenses and subsistence or per diem in lieu of subsistence notwithstanding the provisions of any other Act, and such other expenses in the United States and elsewhere as the President may deem proper, $367,000.

GORGAS MEMORIAL LABORATORY

The Gorgas Memorial Laboratory: To enable the Secretary of State to pay the annual contribution of the United States to the maintenance and operation of the Gorgas Memorial Laboratory, as provided by the Act approved May 7, 1928 (45 Stat., p. 491), $50,000.

INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES COMMISSION

For the share of the United States of the expenses of the International Fisheries Commission, established under the treaty between the United States and Great Britain, concluded March 2, 1923, including salaries of two members and other employees of the commission, traveling expenses, purchase of books, periodicals, furniture, and scientific instruments, contingent expenses, rent in the District of Columbia, and such other expenses in the United States and elsewhere as the President may deem proper, to be disbursed under the direction of the Secretary of State, $36,500.

JOINT INVESTIGATION OF THE FISHERIES OF PASSAMAQUODDY AND COBS

COOK BAYS BY UNITED STATES AND CANADA

For the share of the United States of the expenses of an investigation to be made jontly by the United States and Canada of the probable effects of proposed international developments to generate electric power from the movement of the tides in Passamaquoddy and Cobscook Bays on the fisheries of that region, including travel and subsistence or per diem in lieu of subsistence, compensation of employees, stenographic and other services, by contract if deemed necessary without regard to section 3709 of the Revised Statutes (U. S. Č., title 41, sec. 5), rent in the District of Columbia or elsewhere, printing and binding, purchase of supplies and materials and necessary equipment, charter of vessels, and such other expenses as may be authorized by the Secretary of State, to be disbursed under the direction of the Secretary of State, $22,500.

AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE PROTECTION OF CHILDHOOD

For the annual contribution of the United States of $2,000 per annum to the American International Institute for the Protection of Childhood at Montevideo, Uruguay, as authorized by the public resolution approved May 3, 1928 (45 Stat., p. 487).

INTERNATIONAL STATISTICAL INSTITUTE AT THE HAGUE

For the annual contribution of the United States to the International Statistical Bureau at The Hague for the calendar year 1932 as authorized by public resolution approved April 28, 1924 (43 Stat., p. 112), $2,000, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of State.

INTERNATIONAL ROAD CONGRESS

To pay the quota of the United States in the Permanent Association of International Road Congresses, as authorized by the public resolution approved June 18, 1926 (U. S. C., Supp. III, title 22, sec. 269), $3,000.

CENTRAL BUREAU OF THE INTERNATIONAL MAP OF THE WORLD ON THE

MILLIONTH SCALE

For the annual contribution on the part of the United States toward the expenses incurred by the Central Bureau of the International Map of the World on the Millionth Scale for the calendar year 1931, $50.

INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE EXPLORATION OF THE ARCTIC REGIONS

BY MEANS OF THE AIRSHIP

To enable the Secretary of State to pay the annual contribution of the United States in the plans of the organization of the International Society for the Exploration of the Arctic Regions by Means of the Airship for the establishment of geophysical observations in the inner Arctic regions, as authorized by Public Resolution Numbered 87, approved February 16, 1929, $300.

CONVENTION RELATING TO THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC IN AFRICA

Convention relating to the liquor traffic in Africa: To meet the share of the United States in the expenses for the calendar year 1932 of the Central International Office, created under article 7 of the convention of September 10, 1919, relating to the liquor traffic in Africa, $55.

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