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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 243 -APR. 30 , 1946 Expiration of title. Appropriation au- thorized. Post, pp. 621 , 916. 53 Stat. 1231. 48 U. . C. §1240(c) (3); Supp. V, § 1240 note. Restrictions on pay- ments; trade relations. Post, p. 158 . Ante, p. 132 . Separability of pro- visions. with the approval of the Attorney General, after termination of the training or instruction: Provided further, That the head of the bureau or agency concerned may at any time terminate the training or instruction of any person under this Act if in his judgment the best interests of either the United States or the Philippines makes such action advisable, and his decision shall be final and conclusive: Provided further, That any such Filipino who shall fail to depart from the United States within the reasonable time fixed by regula- tion, as herein prescribed, shall be subject to being taken into custody and deported, as provided by section 14 of the Immigration Act of 1924 (43 Stat. 162; 8 U. S. C. 214). (e) Unless otherwise provided by law this title, except the last proviso to subsection (d) of this section, shall expire on June 30, 1950. TITLE IV-THE UNITED STATES HIGH COMMISSIONER SEO. 401. Until the Philippines attain their independence, the functions, powers, and duties exercised in the Philippines by any officer, employee, department, or agency of the United States in carry- ing out the provisions of this Act shall be exercised under the general supervision of the United States High Commissioner to the Philip- pines, and the officers, employees, offices, missions, and other agencies exercising such functions, powers, and duties shall be deemed to be attached to the office of the High Commissioner. SEC. 402. On and after the date upon which the Philippines attain their independence the power, authority, duties, and functions author- ized under this Act to be exercised by the High Commissioner to the Philippines shall vest in and be exercised by such representative or representatives of the United States as shall be appointed for that purpose by the President of the United States. TITLE V-RESTORATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES SEC. 501. There is hereby authorized to be appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of $5,000,000 for the restoration, repair of damage to and improvement of lands and buildings referred to in paragraph (3) of subsection (c) of section 3 of Public Law Numbered 300, Seventy-sixth Congress, first session (53 Stat. 1226), and for the acquisition or construction of additional buildings to house the civil agencies, including the dip- lomatic and consular establishments of the United States operating in the Philippine Islands. TITLE VI-GENERAL PROVISIONS SEc. 601. No payments under title I of this Act in excess of $500 shall be made until an executive agreement shall have been entered into between the President of the United States and the President of the Philippines, and such agreement shall have become effective according to its terms, providing for trade relations between the United States and the Philippines, and which agreement shall also provide for the same offenses, and penalties upon conviction, thereof, as are set forth in section 107 and section 108 of title I of this Act. SEC. 602. If any provision of this Act, or the application thereof to any person or circumstance, is held invalid, the remainder of the Act and the application of such provision to other persons or circum- stances shall not be affected thereby. Approved April 30, 1946. 140 [60 STAT.