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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG. , 2D SESS.-CH. 583-JULY 16, 1946 every object of expense connected therewith, including (a) the pro- curement of supplies, equipment, fuel, printing, binding, communica- tion services, newspapers, lawbooks, books of reference, periodicals, at the seat of government and elsewhere, (b) the purchase, rental, maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger-carrying vehicles, (c) the manufacture, procurement, purchase, storage, issue, and trans- portation (including research, planning, design, development, inspec- tion, tests, and the handling) of water, gas, electricity, fuel, tools, machinery, and equipment, (d) construction of additions and exten- sions to and alterations, improvements, and rehabilitations of exist- ing facilities, (e) the furnishing of heat and light for buildings erected at private cost, in the operation of the Act approved May 31, 1902 (10 U. S. C. 1346), and buildings on military reservations, author- ized by War Department regulations to be used for a similar purpose, (f) expenses, including relocation costs and rental of buildings and offices, for other Government agencies, not otherwise provided for, necessitated by their vacation of Government-owned or other property for Army use, and (g) expenses of packing and crating and unpacking and uncrating of equipment, material, supplies, baggage, and goods not otherwise provided for, $325,000,000: Provided,That the amounts to be assessed and collected from nonmilitary interests on the Fort Monroe Military Reservation, Virginia, for expenditure in the main- tenance, repair, and operation of wharves, roads, sewerage systems, and other utilities at said reservation shall be fixed by the Secretary of War during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1947, in proportion to the service rendered to such nonmilitary interests: Providedfurther,That this appropriation shall be available for the rental of offices, garages, and stables for military attaches: Provided further, That no part of the funds herein appropriated shall be available for construction of a permanent nature of an additional building or an extension or addi- tion to an existing building, the cost of which in any case exceeds $20,000: Provided further, That the monthly rental rate to be paid out of this appropriation for stabling any animal shall not exceed $15; In all, Engineer Service, Army, $816,044,000, to be accounted for as one fund. ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT ORDNANCE SERVICE AND SUPPLIES, ARMY For manufacture, procurement, storage, and issue, including research, planning, design, development, inspection, test, alteration, maintenance, repair, and handling of ordnance material, together with the machinery, supplies, and services necessary thereto; for supplies and services in connection with the general work of the Ordnance Department, comprising police and office duties, rents, tolls, fuel, light, water, advertising, stationery, typewriting and com- puting machines, including their exchange, and furniture, tools, and instruments of service; to provide for instruction, training, and other incidental expenses of the ordnance service; for the pur- chase, hire, operation, maintenance, and repair of completely equipped motor-propelled and horse-drawn freight and passenger- carrving vehicles; for ammunition for military salutes at Government establishments and institutions to which the issues of arms for salutes are authorized; for services, material, tools, and appliances for operation of the testing machines and chemical laboratory in connection therewith; for publications for libraries of the Ordnance Department, including the Ordnance Office, including subscriptions to newspapers and periodicals; not to exceed $150,000 for services of such consultants as the Secretary of War may deem necessary, at rates of pay to be fixed by him not to exceed $40 per day and for their necessary traveling expenses; $327,719,000. 553 32 Stat. 282 Fort Monroe Mili- tary Reservation, Va. Military attaches. Construction, limi- tation on oost. Stabling. Conttageatelp Vehlols. Publications. Consultants.