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80TH CONG., 1ST SESS.- CH. 49-MAY 1, 1947 certain of the settlements of the General Accounting Office, to be dis- bursed and accounted for as a single fund; $679.82, payable from District of Columbia revenues and $44,897.16, payable from postal revenues; in all, $20,215,562.37. SEC. 205. For the payment of claims allowed by the General Account- ing Office pursuant to the Act. entitled "An Act granting travel pay and other allowances to certain soldiers of the War with Spain and the Philippine Insurrection who were discharged in the Philippine Islands", approved December 5, 1945 (Public Act Numbered 247, Seventy-ninth Congress), and which have been certified to the Eightieth Congress under section 2 of the Act of July 7, 1884 (5 U. S. C . 266), under the War Department in Senate Document Numbered 40. and House Document Numbered 125, $149,938.34. SEC. 206. For the payment of claims allowed by the General Account- ing Office pursuant to the Act entitled "An Act for the relief of officers and soldiers of the volunteer service of the United States mustered into service for the War with Spain, and who were held in service in the Philippine Islands after the ratification of the treaty of peace, April 11, 1899", approved May 2, 1940 (Public Law Numbered 505. Seventy-sixth Congress), and which have been certified to the Eightieth Congress under section 2 of the Act of July 7,1884 (5 U. S . C . 266), under the War Department in House Document Numbered 125, $651.92. TITLE III-REDUCTIONS IN APPROPRIATIONS Amounts made available to the Navy Department from appropria- tions and other funds are hereby reduced in the sums hereinafter set forth, such sums to be carried to the surplus fund and covered into the Treasury immediately upon the approval of this Act: NAVY DEPARTMENT Bureau of Naval Personnel: "Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps, 1947", $210,000. Bureau of Supplies and Accounts: "Transportation and recruiting of naval personnel, 1947", $1,925,675; "Transportation of things, 1947", $4,258,300; "Naval procurement fund", $4,529,350; "Pay, subsistence and transportation, 1945", $55,000,000; "Pay and subsistence of naval personnel, 1946", $130,000,000: "Maintenance, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, 1945", $4,000,000; "Maintenance, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, 1946", $12,000,000; "Transportation of things, Navy, 1945", $9,000,000; "Transportation of things, Navy, 1946", $40.000,000; "Fuel and transportation, Navy, 1945," $10,000,000. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery: "Medical Department, Navy, 1945", $5,500,000; "Medical Department, Navy, 1946", $7,000,000. Bureau of Ships: "Maintenance, Bureau of Ships, 1945", $100.000,000. Bureau of Aeronautics: "Aviation, Navy, 1945", $460,000,000; "Aviation, Navy, 1946", $6,000,000. Bureau of Ordnance: "Ordnance and ordnance stores, Navy, 1945", $50,000,000. 59 Stat. 596. 10 U. . C.0§ 866f- 866j. 23 Stat. 254. 54 Stat. 176 . 10 U. S. C. S866a- 866e. 23 Stat. 254 . Ante, p. 22. 58 Stat. 306. 59 Stat. 207. Post, p . 396. 58 Stat. 309. 59 Stat. 209. Post, p. 396. 58 Stat. 310. 59 Stat. 210. Post, p. 396. 58 Stat. 310. 58 Stat. 310. 59 Stat. 210. Post. p 396. 58 Stat. 305. 58 Stat. 312. 59 Stat. 212. Post. p . 396. 58 Stat. 3056 61 STAT.] 79