PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 149 -MAY 25 , 1939 Experts. Navy Department; not to exceed $2,000 for the part-time or inter- mittent employment in the District of Columbia or elsewhere of such experts and at such rates of compensation as may be contracted for Courts martial, etc. by and in the discretion of the Secretary of the Navy; expenses of courts martial, purchase of law and reference books, expenses of pris- oners and prisons, courts of inquiry, boards of investigations, exam- ining boards, clerical assistance; witnesses' fees and traveling Accident preven- expenses; not to exceed $15,000 for promoting accident prevention tion, shorestation and safety in shore establishments of the Navy, to be expended in the discretion of the Secretary of the Navy; newspapers and periodi- Advertising. cals for the naval service; all advertising of the Navy Department and its bureaus (except advertising for recruits for the Bureau of Navigation); costs of suits; relief of vessels in distress; recovery of valuables from shipwrecks; maintenance of attaches abroad, includ- Livig quarters, etc.in office rental and pay of employees, and not to exceed $12,000 in the aggregate or $900 for any one person for allowances for living quarters, including heat, fuel, and light, as authorized by the Act 54 vst 8 t. 8l 1 a. approved June 26, 1930 (5 U. S . C . 118a); for contingencies for the Director of Naval Intelligence, to be expended in his discretion, not to exceed $1,000; the collection and classification of information; not to exceed $215,000 for telephone, telegraph, and teletype rentals and Taeleramg.radio- tolls, telegrams, radiograms, and cablegrams; postage, foreign and etc. domestic, and post-office box rentals; necessary expenses for interned persons and prisoners of war under the jurisdiction of the Navy Department, including funeral expenses for such interned persons or Damage lams prisoners of war as may die while under such jurisdiction; payment of claims for damages as provided in the Act making appropriations 4. s.C .26. for the naval service for the fiscal year 1920, approved July 11 1919 (34 U. S. C. 600); and other necessary and incidental expenses; in all, provis . $1,345,990: Provided,That no part of any appropriation contained in inRcertaln naval dis- this Act shall be available for the expense of any naval district in tricts. which there may be an active navy yard, naval training station, or naval operating base, unless the commandant of the naval district shall be also the commandant of one of such establishments: Provided plop IV (b) em- further, That the sum to be paid out of this appropriation for employees assigned to group IV (b) and those performing similar services carried under native and alien schedules in the Schedule of Wages for Civil Employees in the Field Service of the Navy Depart- ment shall not exceed $515,000. CONTINGENT, NAVY Contingent, Navy. For all emergencies and extraordinary expenses, exclusive of per- sonal services, in the Navy Department or any of its subordinate bureaus or offices at Washington, District of Columbia, arising at home or abroad, but impossible to be anticipated or classified, to be expended on the approval and authority of the Secretary of the Navy, and for such purposes as he may deem proper, and for exami- nation of estimates for appropriations and of naval activities in the field for any branch of the naval service, $30,000, of which $2,500 shall be available immediately. CARE OF LEPERS, AND 80 FORTH, ISLAND OF GUAM GCae a leuetc., Naval station, Island of Guam: For maintenance and care of lepers p.. special patients, and for other purposes, including cost of transfer of lepers from Guam to the island of Culion, in the Philippines, and their maintenance, $22,000; for educational purposes, $15,000; in all, $3T,000. 758 [53 STAT.