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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 543-JULY 8, 1946 maritime labor relations and conditions, including the employment and compensation of persons in the District of Columbia and else- where in accordance with laws applicable to the employment and compensation of persons by the United States Maritime Commission 46Us. . c. Inlb. except section 201 (b) of the Merchant Marine Act, 1936 (49 Stat. 1985); expenses of attendance, when specifically authorized by the Administrator, at meetings concerned with the work of the Admin- istration; reimbursement, at not to exceed 4 cents per mile, of employees for expenses incurred by them in official travel in privately owned automobiles within the limits of their official stations; printing and binding; lawbooks, books of reference, periodicals, and news- papers; teletype services; purchase (not to exceed three used), main- tenance, repair, rental in foreign countries, and operation of passen- ger-carrying automobiles; travel expenses, including transportation of effects under regulations prescribed by the Administrator, of employees from their homes to their posts of duty outside continental United States (including Alaska) and return; necessary advance pay- ments in foreign countries; reimbursement of employees for loss of Limitations. personal effects in case of marine or aircraft disaster: Provided, That the following limitations shall apply to expenditures from such fund: Personal services, $5,100,000; Administrative expenses, other than personal services, $1,450,000; Charter hire, $6,750,000; Agency cost and compensation, $44,150,000; Insurance, $9,350,000; Vessel and voyage expenses, $401,000,000; Repairs to vessels, $125,000,000; Miscellaneous expenses, $1,850,000; Reconversion of chartered vessels, $10,000,000; Entertainment of officials of other countries when specifically authorized by the Administrator, $500; Temporary employment of persons or organizations by contract or 41 t. sc.c 5. otherwise without regard to section 3709 of the Revised Statutes or Post, p. 09. the civil-service and classification laws, $75,000. Prsomnnelor man- Maritime training: For the training of personnel for the manning ine. of the merchant marine and for administrative expenses (not to exceed $500,000) including personal services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere without regard to section 201 (b) and (e) of the Merchant 49 Stat. 98. Marine Act, 1936 (46 U. S. C . 1111 (b) and 1111 (e)); expenses of attendance when specifically authorized by the War Shipping Admin- istrator, at meetings concerned with the work of the Administration; printing and binding; law books, books of reference, periodicals, and newspapers; maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger auto- mobiles; reimbursement, at not to exceed 4 cents per mile, of employees for expenses incurred by them in official travel in privately owned automobiles within the limits of their official stations; teletype serv- ices; and not to exceed $2,500 for contingencies for the Superintendent, United States Merchant Marine Academy, to be expended in his discre- Transfer of funds. tion, $15,000,000, which is hereby transferred from the War Shipping Administration revolving fund for use during the fiscal year 1947, of which amount not to exceed $54,050 may be transferred to applicable appropriations of the Public Health Service for payment of salaries and other expenses of the Public Health Service in performing services for the War Shipping Administration, and the unobligated balance of said $15,000,000 on June 30, 1947, shall be carried to the surplus fund of the Treasury. Maintenance of ma- State marine schools: To reimburse the State of California, es. $50,000; the State of Maine, $50,000; the State of Massachusetts, $50,000; the State of New York, $50,000; and the State of Pennsyl- vania, $50,000; for expenses incurred in the maintenance and support I r 500 [60 STAT. r: so