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Work under this 1 appropriation proceeded during the year under the supervision of the Public Buildings Administration. Dearolf, Kenneth, Dayton, Ohio: 30 amphipods and 11 worms (149023, 151203).
The total regular funds available for expenditure covering the regular activities of the Museum were $6,580 more than those for the fiscal year 1940.
Changes in the various items are outlined as follows: In the ap- propriation for "Preservation of Collections" there was a decrease of $2,080 below the appropriation of the preceding year.
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