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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 268-JULY 18, 1947 49 Stat. 1092. 34U. 5.C.§ 1073- 1073e. 60 Stat. 1057. 34U.S.C.§1020 et seq. Ante, pp. 99,100. 43 Stat. 1276. 52 Stat. 1175; 56 Stat. 737. 34U.S.C.§§853J, 850a note. Ante,pp. 60,90;pot, p. 424. 49 Stat. 1092. 34U.S.C. j§1073- 1073e. Fleet training: For trophies and badges for excellence in gunnery, target practice, communication, engineering exercises, and economy in fuel consumption, to be awarded under such rules as the Secretary may formulate; recording, classifying, compiling, and publishing the rules and results; establishment and maintenance of shooting galleries, target houses, targets, and ranges; hiring established ranges; entrance fees in matches for the rifle team, and special equipment therefor; $65,000; Instruction: For expenses necessary for the postgraduate instruc- tion of officers in other than civil government and literature, including such amounts as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of the Act approved January 16, 1936 (34 U. S. C. 1073), and special instruc- tion and education, including rental, maintenance, and operation of property for instruction purposes, and individual training of officers and enlisted personnel at home and abroad, including maintenance of students abroad, except aviation and submarine training otherwise appropriated for, $7,200,000; Libraries: For libraries and expenses incident thereto, including professional books, textbooks, and religious books for ships and shore stations not otherwise appropriated for, $350,000; Welfare and recreation: For welfare and recreation of the Navy, including periodicals and newspaper subscriptions, to be expended in the discretion of the Secretary, $2,000,000; Officer candidate training: For all expenses incident to the conduct of officer candidate training, as authorized by the Act of August 13, 1946 (Public Law 729), and of the Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps under such regulations as the President may prescribe under the provisions of section 22 of the Act approved March 4, 1925, as amended (34 . S . C. 821), $15,000,000; In all, training, education, and welfare, Navy, $29,850,000. MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES, BUREAU OF NAVAL PERSONNEL For all miscellaneous expenses, including pay of employees in the feld service; commissions, warrants, diplomas, discharges, good-con- duct badges, medals, and identification tags, $400,000. NAVAL RESERVE For all expenses not otherwise provided for, authorized by the Naval Reserve Act of 1938, as amended (34 U. S . C. 852), and the Naval Aviation Cadet Act of 1942, as amended (34 U. S. C. 850a), in connection with organizing, administering, recruiting, instructing, training, and drilling the Naval Reserve, including designing, pur- chasing, and engraving of medals and trophies; medical supplies and equipment; rental, maintenance, and operation of such shore stations as may be required in connection with Naval Reserve Activities, $100,000,000. NAVAL ACADEMY Naval Academy: For expenses necessary for maintenance and opera- tion of the Naval Academy; such amounts as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of the Act of January 16, 1936 (34 U. S . C . 1073); expenses of the Board of Visitors to the Naval Academy, $4,500,000, of which amount $2,000 shall be available exclusively for the care of a collection of ship models: Provided, That no part of any appropria- tion in this Act shall be available for the pay or allowances of any enlisted man of the Navy or Marine Corps assigned to duty at the Naval Academy, if such assignment will increase the total number so assigned above one thousand and twenty-five. 384 [61 STAT.