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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG. , 2D SESS.-CH. 591-JULY 23, 1946 NATIONAL ADVISORY COM3MITrEE FOR AERONAUTIOS Notwithstanding the provisions to the contrary under this head in the Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1947, the unobligated bal- ances of the funds appropriated in the First Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1945, for construction and equipment, Langley Field, Virginia, and Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Cleveland, Ohio, and the funds made available by the Navy Department for construction and equipment of a wind tunnel at Moffett Field, California, shall remain available for obligation until June 30, 1947. PHILIPPINE WAR DAMAGE COMMISSION Ante, p. 71. 89 Stat. 82. Philippine War Damage Commission: For carrying out the pro- visions of title I of the Philippine Rehabilitation Act of 1946, fiscal Ante, p. 128. year 1947, $10,000,000, of which not to exceed $800,000 shall be for all necessary expenses of the War Damage Commission, including per- sonal services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere; purchase (n6t to exceed twelve), maintenance, operation, and repair of pas- senger automobiles; purchase of lawbooks; printing and binding; and contract stenographic reporting services: Provided, That no payment acsrOnsinv;olved in shall be made under the provisions of such title of such Act to any person whom the Commission is convinced collaborated with the enemy or committed any act involving disloyalty to the United States or the Commonwealth of the Philippines: Provided further, That no part of this appropriation shall be available for engaging in any phase of activity or for undertaking any phase of activity authorized by the Philippine Rehabilitation Act of 1946 which would result in obligating the Government of the United States in any sense or respect to the future payment of amounts in excess of the amounts authorized to be appropriated in such Act. SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM Salaries and expenses: For all expenses necessary for the opera- tion and maintenance of the Selective Service System as authorized by the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940 (50 U. S. C . App. 301); including not to exceed $330,000 for printing and bind- ing; not to exceed $125,000 for expenditure through other Federal agencies, and through State agencies without regard to section 3648 of the Revised Statutes, for gathering of medical and social history information on registrants; personal services in the District of Columbia and elsewhere; contract stenographic reporting services; lawbooks, books of reference, newspapers, and periodicals; purchase (not to exceed sixty), maintenance, operation, and repair of pas- senger automobiles; not to exceed $875,000 for deposit in the general fund of the Treasury for cost of penalty mail as required by section 2 of the Act of June 28, 1944 (Public Law 364); expenses incident to the granting of nonmonetary awards, including citations, insignia, emblems, and devices, to civilian employees of the Selective Service System and others rendering service to the System in recognition of faithful and meritorious services; and, under such rules or regu- lations as may be prescribed by the Director of Selective Service expenses of emergency medical care, including hospitalization, of registrants who suffer illness or injury, and the transportation, and burial, of the remains of registrants who suffer death, while acting under orders issued under the selective-service law but such burial expenses shall not exceed $150 in any one case; fiscal year 1947, 54 Stat. 885. I§301-318; 8upp. V, 302 et seq. Ante, pp. 181, 841, 342. 31 . S..C. 1529. PoI, p. 809. 58 Stat. 394. 39 U. S. C., Supp. V, 321d .