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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 141-APR. 18, 1946 year following that in which the present war shall terminate or two years after the effective date of this Act, whichever shall be the later. Revocation of con- SEC. 6 . (a) The commission of any appointee under subsection (a) mission. of section 5 may be revoked by the Secretary of the Navy until the latest date on which the commission of any officer (or in the case of officers of the Staff Corps of the Navy, an officer in his corps) senior in lineal position to that assigned such appointee pursuant to regula- tions established under subsection (c) of section 5 of this Act is revocable. Discharge. (b) Each officer (other than officers appointed or reappointed pur- suant to subsection (c)) whose commission is so revoked shall there- upon be discharged from the naval service without advanced pay or allowances. Reappointments. (c) Each officer above the grade of commissioned warrant officer Post, p. 245. whose commission is so revoked and who (1) at the time of his appoint- ment under subsection (a) of section 2 held permanent status as a commissioned warrant officer may be reappointed by the President to such permanent status without examination, with the lineal position and other rights and benefits to which he would have been entitled had his service subsequent to reappointment under such subsection (a) been rendered in such permanent status, or (2) at the time of his appointment under subsection (a) of section 2 held permanent status as a warrant or petty officer, may be appointed by the President without examination to permanent commissioned warrant or warrant grade with the same lineal position and other rights and benefits which he would have had or normally would have attained in due course had he not been appointed pursuant to subsection (a) of section 2, or (3) at the time of his appointment under subsection (a) of section 2 held permanent status as a petty officer may be reenlisted as a chief petty officer (permanent appointment) and shall be entitled to the same rights and benefits to which he would have been entitled or normally would have attained in due course had he not been appointed pursuant to subsection (a) of section 2. Accrued leave. SEC. 7. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, each officer of the Naval Reserve and of the Marine Corps Reserve and each officer of the Regular Navy and Marine Corps without permanent appoint- ments therein, appointed to officer rank in the United States Navy or United States Marine Corps pursuant to this Act, who at the time of such appointment had to his credit leave accrued but not taken, may, subsequent to appointment, be granted such leave without loss of pay or allowances. Repeals. SEC. 8. All laws or parts of laws inconsistent with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed, and the provisions of this Act shall be in effect in lieu thereof and such repeal shall include but shall not be limited to the following Acts and parts of Acts: (a) That portion of the first sentence after the subheading: "Inter- national naval rendezvous and review;" in chapter 212, Twenty- seventh Statutes at Large, page 715, which appears at page 730 and which reads as follows: "; and the number of persons who may at one time be enlisted into the Navy of the United States, including seamen, ordinary seamen, landsmen, mechanics, firemen, and coal heavers, and including one thousand five hundred apprentices and boys, hereby authorized to be enlisted annually, shall not exceed nine thousand". (b) That portion of the sentence after the heading "Pay of the Navy" in chapter 186, Twenty-eighth Statutes at Large, page 825, which appears at page 826 and which reads as follows: "and the Secre- tary of the Navy is hereby authorized to enlist as many additional seamen as in his discretion he may deem necessary, not to exceed one thousand;". [60 STAT. 94