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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG. , 2D SESS.-CH. 543-JULY 8, 1946 SEC. 120. The Secretary of the Navy may delegate to the comman- dants of the naval districts, for administration within their respective districts, his authority to authorize payment of the expenses of the transfer of household goods of employees, and of the costs of trans- portation of their immediate families on change from one official duty station to another. TITLE II UNITED STATES MARITIME COMMISSION The construction fund established by the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, shall be available during the fiscal year 1947 for administrative expenses of the United States Maritime Commission, including per- sonal services at the seat of government; printing and binding; law- books and books of reference; periodicals and newspapers (not to exceed $6,500); teletype services; purchase (not to exceed three used passenger automobiles at $1,050 each), maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger automobiles; reimbursement, at not to exceed 4 cents per mile, of employees for expenses incurred by them in official travel m privately owned automobiles within the limits of their official stations; and for examination of estimates of appropriations in the field; expenses of attendance, when specifically authorized by the Chairman, at meetings concerned with the work of the Commis- sion: Provided,That the following limitations shall apply to expendi- tures from such fund: Personal services, $13,550,000; Administrative expenses, other than personal services, $1,350,000; Reconversion of vessels, $89,450,000; Restoration of shipyard facilities, $17,150,000; Maintenance of shipyard facilities, $1,325,000; Operation of warehouses, $3,200,000; Grants, subsidies, and contributions (operating differential sub- sidies), $15,000,000; Reserve fleet expense, $15,600,000; Miscellaneous expenses, $2,000,000; Cost of penalty mail of the United States Maritime Commission and the War Shipping Administration as required by section 2 of the Act of June 28, 1944 (39 U. S. C. 826), for deposit in the general fund of the Treasury, $80,000; Entertainment of officials of other countries when specifically authorized by the Chairman, $1,500; Employment, by contract or otherwise, of persons, firms, or corpo- rations for the performance of legal and other special services, without regard to section 3709 of the Revised Statutes or the civil-service and classification laws, $100,000. During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1947, the salaries of the Commissioners of the United States Maritime Commission, with the exception of the Chairman, shall be at the rate of $10,000 per annum. WAR SHIPPING ADMINISTRATION The War Shipping Administration revolving fund shall be avail- able during the fiscal year 1947 for administrative expenses of the War Shipping Administration in carrying on all the activities and functions prescribed in Executive Orders 9054, 9350, 9387, 9495, and 9336, dated February 7, 1942, June 10, 1943, October 15, 1943, Novem- ber 2, 1944, and April 24, 1943, including the recruitment, repatria- tion, and placement of personnel for the manning of the merchant marine, and the establishment and maintenance of policies respecting 499 Transfer of house- hold goods, etc. Pot,p . 614. 49 Stat. 1987. 46U.S.C.i1116; Supp. V, § 1116 notes. Ant. , pp. 8,12. Limitations. 58 Stat. 384. 89 U. S. O., Supp. V, §321d. 41U.8. . I5. Post, p. 809. Salaries of Commis- sioners. Revolving frnd. 50 U. S. C., Supp. V, app. i1 1295 note. 1271 note, 601 note, 611 note.