June 25, 1948


232. Miscellaneous maintenance and adjustments (war of 1914-18), $26,668. 233. Battlefields memorials, $57,230. Pensions and other benefits-civil pensions- 234. Robert Allen, $192.50. 235. Walter Pettipas, $515.90. Supply -National Revenue 236. Florence Walker, $360. 237. Arnold Truman Townsend, $420. 238. Michael Mountain, $420. 239. Mrs. Alice Smuck, $480. 240'. Mrs. Mary Whittington, $200. 241. Mrs. Eleanor F. Nixon, $1,287.55. Militia Pension Act- 242. Government's contribution to the permanent forces pension fund, $4,109,109. 243. To provide for the orderly establishment and organization of the defence forces of the army, navy and air services on a peacetime basis, and to authorize total commitments for this purpose of $256,514,584, including authority, notwithstanding section 29 of the Consolidated Revenue and Audit Act, to make commitments for the current year of $227,082,515, and commitments for future years of $28,432,069 against which commitments it is estimated that actual expenditures in 1948-49 will not exceed, $207,082,515. 244. Defence research and development, subject to allocation by the treasury board, and to authorize commitments against future years in the amount of $1,006,000, $15,997,392. 780. To provide for the orderly establishment and organization of the defence forces of the army, navy and air services on a peacetime basis, and to authorize total additional commitments for this purpose of $63,744,537, including authority, notwithstanding section 29' of the Consolidated Revenue and Audit Act, to make additional commitments for the current year of $32,238,578 and additional commitments for future years of $31,506,969 against which additional commitments it is estimated that actual additional expenditures in 1948-49 will not exceed a further amount of $15,000,000'. 781. Defence research and development, subject to allocation by the treasury board, $3,800,000. DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL REVENUE Customs and excise divisions- 293. General administration, $1,329,134. 294. Inspection, investigation and audit (including the former preventive service undervaluation unit), $1,811,716. 295. Ports, outports and preventive stations, including pay for overtime of officers notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act. and temporary buildings and rentals, $12,485,392. 296. To provide for payment of expenses, law costs, refunds and awards arising out of seizures and charges of contravention of customs or excise laws, $300,000. Taxation division * 297. General administration, including authority to create positions and make appointments, within the division, notwithstanding anything contained in the Civil Service Act and the said positions and staff so appointed are hereby wholly excluded from the operation of the said act, $1,813,574. Customs and excise divisions- 799. Inspection, investigation and audit services-further amount required, $4,512. 800. Ports, outports and preventive stations, including pay for overtime of officers notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act, and temporary buildings and rentals - further amount required, $21,500.



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June 25, 1948