Departments of State and Justice, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies Appropriations: the Judiciary: Hearing Before Subcommittee of Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1950 - Courts
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actual 1950 estimate additional Administrative amount annual appeals appointed appropriation asking authorized average bankruptcy BROWN Budget building Chairman CHANDLER charge chief circuit Claims classification clerk COGSWELL COLLIER Commission commissioners committee comparable Congress contract cost course COVEY criers Customs district courts District of Columbia duties employees equipment estimate expenses fact Federal fees figures filed fiscal FLOOD follows funds give going Government grade hearings insert Judge BIGGS Judge JONES Judge OLIVER jurisdiction jury Justice language law clerk load LYNN matter mean months objects obligations opinion pay increases pending percent permanent Personal services personnel positions present PRESTON probation officers Public Law question reason record referees repairs reporters requested ROONEY salaries savings statement STEFAN stenographers Supreme Court tion Total obligations transfer United States courts
Page 498 - Funds available for obligation 1949 actual 1950 estimate 1951 estimate Appropriation or ftst.imat.ft $445, 600 $500 800 $535 00...
Page 473 - That this appropriation shall be available for payment of the cost of contract statistical services for the Office of Register of Wills of the District of Columbia: Provided further, That not to exceed $1,000 of this appropriation shall be available for the payment of fees to attorneys appointed in accordance with the Act of June 8, 1938 (52 Stat. 625), not exceeding $25 in any one case.
Page 468 - GENERAL STATEMENT The Commission on Mental Health is required by law to examine alleged mentally ill persons, inquire into their affairs, and the affairs of those made legally responsible for their care and support; to conduct hearings and make reports...
Page 463 - The office is almost self-supporting as will be shown by the fees collected, all of which are deposited with the Collector of Taxes for deposit in the Treasury of the United States to the credit of the District of Columbia. Fees collected during the fiscal year 1946 amounted to $117,791 or an increase of approximately 20 percent over the past 4 years.
Page 443 - ... the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, Supreme Court Building, Washington, DC 20544.
Page 369 - Funds available for obligation Obligations by objects 1949 actual 1950 estimate 1951 estimate...
Page 430 - DETAILED JUSTIFICATION The following table shows a comparison of the cost of full-time and temporary employment and other objects of expense for the fiscal years 1953, 1954, and 1955.
Page 514 - Amount and rate fixed by Judicial Conference of the United States. On the basis of this estimate the income for the referees' expense fund during the fiscal year 1950 will exceed estimated expenditures by $49,000.
Page 470 - Under the Federal Magistrates Act, as amended (28 USC 631), the Director of the Administrative Office, under the supervision and direction of the judicial Conference, exercises general supervision over administrative matters...
Page 418 - ... reduced. I would assume that he will not be around for several days. But if there are any questions on this particular budget for which he is needed, I am sure he will be glad to come back at any time. The appropriation request of the Bureau of the Budget for fiscal year 1959 is for $4,205,000. This is the same amount as the appropriation for the current fiscal year. It is estimated that this amount, together with reimbursements, will provide a total of 454 positions, which is 1 less than the...