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y as to whether the judge's chambers shall be where a marshal is dy in there or a member of internal Revenue, it is necessary to someone there to decide it. I do not think that can be cut very h. r. CHANDLER. I should like to make this statement about travel. office has to accomplish in general whatever it can accomplish in way of promoting efficient methods in the various offices of the ets through persuasion. We have very little actual power. We e found that when representatives of the office can go to courts re there are problems and talk
with the judge or the other officers, for ance the clerk or the chief probation officer, that is an effective way promoting the objective in the absence of power on our part to e a direction to court officers as the Attorney General can give ections to United States attorneys.
have been chided by judges in a good many parts of the country ut they do not have enough chance to see me and to present their eds. I say I am doing the best I can for them in Washington and Chink I can help them more by staying pretty closely at my desk. at there are a certain number of trips and personal contacts with e officers of the courts, both judges and others, that are really sential to the attainment of the objectives of the office and helping e courts as we ought, I have not thought that the amount of travel as excessive. I have thought that it was pretty small; if anything -o little rather than too much. Mr. ROONEY. Are there any questions with regard to this? EPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS: DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
AVID LYNN, ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL
Obligations by objects
1952 estimate 1953 estimate
07 Other contractual services:
General annual repairs..
1, 200 7, 100
Mr. Rooney. The next item, gentlemen, appears on page 41 of the committee print and at page 142 of the justifications. It is for repairs and improvements, District Court of the United States for the District of Columbia. With regard to this Mr. Lynn says he is asking the same amount for this coming year, $7,100, for repairs and improvements to the courthouse.
The amount is made up of general annual repairs $5,900 and for air conditioning $1,200. The former amount is the same amount as for 1952 and provides for the annual repair and upkeep of the four elevators, heating and plumbing systems, roof and skylights, and for electrical, carpentry, millwork, plastering, ironwork, and miscellaneous annual repairs.
The annual costs have been prorated between the Federal and District Governments in varying proportions, but in view of the fact that the Architect of the Capitol has been charged for many years with the care of this building and its equipment, he feels it is incumbent upon him to submit a budget estimate for fiscal 1953 pending decision as to the future occupancy of the building.
The situation with regard to this item is the same as the matter of care of the Court of Claims Building—a question of who will take over after the court moves into the new courthouse.
REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS: UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Amounts available for obligation
1951 actual 1952 estimate 1953 estimate
Appropriation or estimate-
3,700 Total available for appropriation... Appropriation or estimate.
Mr. ROONEY. With regard to the final item with which we are cons rned at the moment for repairs and improvements and care and so rth, the facts with regard thereto are on pages 43 and 44 of the mmittee print and beginning on page 147 of the justifications.' The request is in the same amount as for the instant fiscal year, 3,700. This is to provide for general annual repairs, $2,700; and or air conditioning, maintenance, and improvements, $1,000. This em is requested on the same conditions as the District of Columbia Yourthouse estimate. Mr. LYNN. Yes sir. Mr. Rooney. Thank you very much, Mr. Lynn.
SALARIES OF REFEREES
EDWIN L. COVEY, CHIEF OF THE BANKRUPTCY DIVISION
Amounts available for appropriation
Balance carried forward..
2, 385, 612 -879,000
The next item is “Salaries of referees in bankruptcy," at page 45 of the committee print and at page 152 of the justifications. At this point we shall insert in the record page 152 of the detailed justification and the lower half of page 154.
(The pages referred to are as follows:)
Statement relating appropriation estimate to curreni appropriation 1952 appropriation in annual act..
No appropriation from the general funds of the Treasury is requested for the fiscal year 1953. It is requested that the appropriation for referees' salaries for 1953 be made available solely out of the referee;' salary fund, which is in the nature of a trust fund composed entirely of filing fee and special charges paid in by the parties to bankruptcy proceedlings for the services of the referees. An amount of
00 was made available from this source for each of the fiscal years 1951 and and the same amount is requested for the fiscal year 1953.
estimate is computed as follows: es of full-time referees..
$536, 000 es of part-time referees-
890, 100 ct estimated lapses.
11, 100 Total estimate..
879, 000 is estimated that lapses in the appropriation during the fiscal year 1953 will
approximately the salaries of one full-time position and one part-time ion, r. Rooney. From these pages it appears that the request is in amount of $879,000, the exact amount provided for salaries of cees in the present year.
EXPENSES OF REFEREES
1, 106, 750
1, 215, 300