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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG. , 2D SESS.-CH. 141-APR. 18, 1946 (c) Section 2 of chapter 120, Twenty-ninth Statutes at Large, page 96, at page 97. (d) That portion of the sentence after the heading "Pay of the Navy" in chapter 399, Twenty-ninth Statutes at Large, page 361, which appears at page 361 and which reads as follows: "and the Sec- retary of the Navy is hereby authorized to enlist at any time after the passage of this Act as many additional men as in his discretion he may deem necessary, not to exceed one thousand,". (e) That proviso at the end of the first sentence after the heading "Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. Pay of the Navy:" in chapter 130, Thirty-eighth Statutes at Large, page 392, which appears at page 403 and which reads as follows: ": Provided, That hereafter the number of enlisted men of the Navy and Marine Corps provided for shall be construed to mean the daily average number of enlisted men in the naval service during the fiscal year". (f) The following portions of chapter 417, Thirty-ninth Statutes at Large, page 556: (1) That portion of the first sentence after the heading "Hospital Corps" in such chapter, which appears at page 572 and which reads as follows: "and shall be in addition thereto". (2) That portion of the first sentence after the heading "Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. Pay of the Navy:" in such chapter, which appears at page 575 and which reads as follows: ", and the President is hereafter authorized, whenever in his judgment a sufficient national emergency exists, to increase the authorized enlisted strength of the Navy to eighty-seven thousand men", and that portion of such'sen- tence which reads as follows: ", and hereafter the number of enlisted men of the Navy shall be exclusive of those sentenced by court martial to discharge". (3) That portion of the first sentence after the heading "Commis- sioned Personnel" in such chapter, which appears at page 576, as amended by the first section of chapter 402, Forty-ninth Statutes at Large, page 487, and which, so amended, reads as follows: "Hereafter the total authorized number of commissioned officers of the active list of the line of the Navy, exclusive of commissioned warrant officers shall be equal to 43% per centum of the total authorized enlisted strength of the active list, exclusive of the Hospital Corps, prisoners undergoing sentence of discharge, enlisted men detailed for duty with the Naval Militia, and the Flying Corps." (4) That portion of the first sentence after the subheading "Pay of enlisted men, active list", in such chapter, which appears at page 612 and which reads as follows: "and hereafter the number of enlisted men of the Marine Corps shall be exclusive of those sentenced by court martial to discharge." . (5) The third sentence after the subheading "Pay of enlisted men, active list:" in such chapter, which appears at page 612 and which reads as follows: "The President is authorized, when, in his judgment, it becomes necessary to place the country in a complete state of pre- paredness, to further increase the enlisted strength of the Marine Corps to seventeen thousand and four hundred: And provided further, That the distribution in the various grades shall be in the same pro- portion as that authorized at the time when the President avails himself of the authority herein granted,". (g) The first and second sections of chapter 20, Fortieth Statutes at Large, page 84, as amended. (h) That portion of the second sentence after the heading "Main- tenance" in chapter 9, Forty-first Statutes at Large, page 131, which appears at page 137 and which reads as follows: "and the President is hereby authorized, whenever in his judgment a sufficient national 95 34U.S .C . §153. 34UX.S . . 34. 34U.S.0. 2; Supp. V, 2. 34U.S .C. §S69Ia 34U.S.0. 152; Supp. V, §152. 34 U. S. C. §161; Supp. V, 1 151. Post, p. 96.