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PUBLIC LAWS--CHS. 267, 268-JULY 18, 1947 transcripts established for the District Court of the United States for Transcripts for the District of Columbia. No fee shall be charged or taxed for any copy of a transcript delivered to a judge at his request or for any copies of a transcript delivered to the clerk of the court for the records of Prepayment. the court. Except as to transcripts that are to be paid for by the United States or the District of Columbia, the reporters may require any party requesting a transcript to prepay the estimated fee therefor in advance of delivery of the transcript. Approved July 18, 1947. July 18,1947 [H. R . 3493] [Public Law 202] Navy Department Appropriation Act, 1948. Ante, pp. 118, 187, 188, 245 , 361; post, pp. 608, 60, 700 . Physical examina- tion of civilian em- ployees. 60 Stat. 853. 5U. S.C. 416c. Living quarters. 46 Stat. 818. 60 Stat. 868 . 5U.S.C. 421f. Interned persons and prisoners of war. 41 Stat. 132 . 58 Stat. 723. 46 U.. C. . §§791- 799. 60 Stat. 842 . 28U.S. C . 921 note. 69 Stat. 662 . 31U.S.C.§§215- 217 notes, 222e-222g, 223d. 66 Stat. 175. Ante, p . 209. [CHAPTER 268] AN ACT Making appropriations for the Navy Department and the naval service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1948, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums are appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not other- wise appropriated, for the Navy Department and the naval service for the fiscal year ending June 30,1948, namely: NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT OFFICE OF THE SECBETABY MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES For traveling expenses of civilian employees, including travel of dependents of employees to and from navy yards or stations outside the continental limits of the United States; physical examinations by civilian physicians of civilian employees in accordance with section 2 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (Public Law 604); expenses of courts and boards; expenses of prisoners and prisons; newspapers and peri- odicals for the naval service; all advertising of the Navy Department and its bureaus (except advertising for recruits for the Bureau of Naval Personnel); costs of suits; maintenance of attaches and others abroad, including office rental and pay of employees, and allowances for living quarters, including heat, fuel, and light, as authorized by the Act approved June 26, 1930 (5 U. S . C. 118a), and regulations prescribed thereunder, special cost of living allowances for employees abroad, collection and classification of information pertaining to Naval Intelligence; expenses authorized by section 38 of the Act of August 2,1946 (Public Law 604), for Latin-American cooperation; telephone, telegraph, and teletype rental and tolls (including not to exceed $300 for extension telephones between the telephone switchboards at the official stations of naval officials and the living quarters of such offi- cials), telegrams, radiograms, and cablegrams for the Navy Depart- ment and the naval service; postage, foreign and domestic and post-office box rentals; microphotographic services; necessary expenses for interned persons and prisoners of war under the jurisdiction of the Navy Department, including funeral expenses for such interned persons or prisoners of war as may die while under such jurisdiction; payment of claims for damages as provided in the Act approved July 11 1919 (34 U. S. C. 600), the Act approved July 3, 1944 (46 U. S. C. 79), and the Act of August 2, 1946 (Public Law 601), and payment of claims of civilian employees of the Naval Establishment as pro- vided in the Act of December 28, 1945 (Public Law 277), which are not eligible for payment under the provisions of the Act approved March 27, 1942 (15 U. S . C . 606b-2); and other necessary and inci- 382 [61 STAT.