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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG., 2D SESS.-CHS. 960-962-AUG. 13 , 1946 required funds by, the interested State, municipality or other political subdivision. SEC. 4. As used in this Act, the word "shores" includes all the shore "Shores." lines of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, the Gulf of Mexico, the Great Lakes, and lakes, estuaries and bays directly connected there- with. Approved August 13, 1946. [CHAPTER 961] AN ACT 1057 August 13, 1946 To insure the preservation of technical and economic records of domestic sources [H. R. 4562] of ores of metals and minerals. [Public Law 728] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That (a) after the termination of hostilities in the present war or at such date prior or subsequent thereto as the agency may determine all files and records which relate to the technological and economic phases of domestic sources, supply, and beneficiation of the ores of metals and minerals, and which no longer are required in the conduct of the business of the various governmental agencies (including Govern- ment owned or controlled corporations) dealing with such matters, shall be transferred to and consolidated in the possession of the Bureau of Mines. (b) Whenever an agency having custody of any such files and records determines that it has no further need therefor, it shall immediately notify the Bureau of Mines. Upon receipt of such notification the Bureau of Mines, with the aid and advice of the staff of such agency, shall carefully examine such files and records, eliminate extraneous and duplicative material therefrom, and clas- sify the data contained therein in such form as will be of greatest permanent value to the national economy. Each item transferred to the Bureau of Mines shall be microfilmed by the agency having original custody of such files and records and such microfilm shall be delivered to The National Archives. (c) Such portions of the aforesaid files and records as are not retained by the Bureau of Mines shall be subject to disposal in the manner prescribed by law. (d) The National Archives shall reimburse the agencies for the out-of-pocket cost of microfilming. Approved August 13, 1946. Bureau of Mines. Transfer of records relating to ores. Notificatitf Microfilming. Disposal of portions not retained. Reimbursement. [CHAPTER 962] AN ACT 13,196 To provide for the training of officers for the naval service, and for other purposes. IAuSt14 rPnblic Law 7291 Navy. Officer candidate training program. Enmollment. Requirements and obligation. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That a naval and Marine Corps officer candidate training program, supplementary to existing programs, is hereby established, which shall be administered by the Secretary of the Navy in accordance with the provisions of this Act and with such regulations as the President may prescribe. SEC. 2. No individual shall be enrolled in the training program which this Act establishes unless (a) he be a male citizen of the United States;(b) with the consent of his parent or legal guardian in the case of a minor, he shall have entered into a contractual agreement with the Secretary of the Navy, acting for and on behalf of the United States, in which said individual obligates himself to the United States 80634'-47-PT. I---