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79TH CONG., 2D SESS.-CH. 30-FEB. 18 , 1946 Treasury of the United States as miscellaneous receipts the fol- lowing sums representing excess funds of corporations created by the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs under authority of law: Institute of Inter-American Transportation, $315,500. Prencinradio, Incorporated, $875,000. GENERAL PROVISIONS In order to accomplish the liquidation of any temporary agency of the Government created to perform functions in connection with the national security and defense, there may be transferred to such liqui- dating agency as the President may designate such amount from the funds of the agency to be liquidated as the Bureau of the Budget shall determine is necessary therefor. TITLE II-MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT Office of Secretary of War: Contingencies of the Army, 1942-1946, $12,829,151. Expediting Production of Equipment and Supplies for National Defense, 1940-1946, $282,892,000. General Staff Corps: Contingent Fund, Chief of Staff, 1942-1946, $124,335,489. Special Field Exercises, Army, 1942-1946, $51,246,874. Finance Department: Finance Service, Army, 1942-1946, $207,000, and subappro- priations under this head are hereby decreased as follows: (1) Expenses of courts martial, $36,000; and (2) Apprehension of deserters, $171,000. Quartermaster Corps: Quartermaster Service, Army, 1942-1946, $3,919,838,479, and subappropriations under this head are hereby decreased as follows: (1) Welfare of enlisted men, $5,000,000; (2) subsistence of the Army, $1,762,081,479; (3) regular supplies of the Army, $541,018,000; (4) clothing and equipage, $1,563,225,000; (5) horses, draft and pack animals, $1,514,000; and (6) Army transportation, $47,000,000. Transportation Corps: Transportation Service, Army, 1945-1946, $704,268,000. Signal Corps: Signal Service of the Army, 1942-1946, $1,675,684,000. Air Corps: Air Corps, Army, 1942-1946, $11,799,313,000: Provided, That before any permanent fields are determined upon or permanent buildings erected thereon the Air Corps shall submit to Congress a list of such fields and the justification therefor. Medical Department: Medical and Hospital Department, Army, 1942-1946, $267,539,000. Corps of Engineers: Engineer Service, Army, 1942-1946, $2,306,763,000, and sub- appropriations under this head are hereby decreased as follows: (1) Engineer Service, $2,011,648,000; (2) Military posts, $148,255,000; and (3) Barracks and quarters, Army, $146,860,000. Ordnance Department: Ordnance Service and Supplies, Army, 1942-1946, $8,100,000,000. Chemical Warfare Service: Chemical Warfare Service, Army, 1942-1946, $997,870,000. Post, p. 223. Post, p. 223 . Transfer of funds. Post, pp. 223 -225, 625, 626 . 69 Stat 384. 69 Stat 384. 59 Stat. 386 . 69 Stat. 389. 69 Stat. 392 . 69 Stat. 392. 69 Stat. 393. 59 Stat. 394 . 69 Stat. 395. 69 Stat. 396. 69 Stat. 397 . 60 STAT.] 13