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61 STAT.] 80TH CONG. , 1ST SESS.-CH. 268-JULY 18, 1947 NAVAL HOME, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA For all salaries and expenses as authorized by law (31 U. S. C . 725h) and section 11 of the Act approved August 2, 1946 (Public Law 604), necessary for the maintenance and operation of the Naval Home, $325,000. BUREAU OF SHIPS MAINTENANCE, BUREAU OF SHIPS For designing hulls, machinery, and equipment of naval vessels, except armament; experimental, developmental, and research work; maintenance, repair, renewal, and alteration of hulls, machinery, and equipment of naval vessels, nonnaval vessels operated for naval requirements, and yard and district craft except machinery and equip- ment under the cognizance of other bureaus; docking of vessels; leasing of laying-up facilities and docks; maritime salvage services and other purposes in connection therewith authorized by law; relief of vessels in distress; hire of lighters, tugs, and small craft; charter and hire of vessels for auxiliary purposes where considered necessary by the Secretary of the Navy; pay, subsistence, and incidental expenses of civilian crews temporarily employed on naval vessels; equipage, appliances, supplies, materials, and services, at home and abroad, under the cognizance of the Bureau of Ships; searchlights and fire- control equipment for antiaircraft defense at shore stations; main- tenance and operation of the Naval Communication Service (includ- ing teletype), the experimental model basin, Carderock, Maryland, and the engineering experiment station, Annapolis, Maryland, includ- ing maintenance and equipment of buildings and grounds and appurtenances; purchase, installation, repair, and preservation of machine tools, plant appliances, and equipment (including furniture in industrial activities) in naval establishments or private plants; pay of employees in the field service; accident prevention; incidental expenses for naval vessels, naval shipyards and stations, and other activities under the cognizance of the Bureau of Ships, such as photo- graphing, plans, stationery drafting instruments and other materials; and technical books and publications for said Bureau: Provided,That no part of this or any other appropriation contained in this Act shall be available for or on account of the supply or replacement of table linen, dishes, glassware, silver, and kitchen utensils for use in the residences or quarters of officers on shore, except for messes temporarily set up on shore for bachelor officers and officers attached to seagoing or district defense vessels, to aviation units based on seagoing vessels, to the fleet air bases, to the submarine bases, or to landing forces and expeditions, $320,000,000. In addition to the foregoing amount, the Secretary of the Navy is hereby authorized to transfer to this appro- priation, at such time during the fiscal year 1948 as he may deem advisable, not to exceed $50,000,000 from the Naval Stock Fund and/or the Clothing and Small Stores Fund. 385 48 Stat. 1229. 60 Stat. 854. 24 U.S. C. §21a. Post, p. 700. Antiaircraft defense at shore stations. Machinetools, plant appliances, etc. Tableware, etc., In officers' quarters. Transfer of funds. BUREAU OF ORDNANCE ORDNANCE AND ORDNANCE STORES, NAVY For necessary expenses of developing and for research incidental thereto, procuring, producing, preserving, and handling ordnance sup- plies, material, and equipment for naval purposes; for essential equip- tie prod ment, facilities, machine tools, replacements, and services at naval or private establishments to expedite the production of ordnance mate- rial; maintenance, operation, and other necessary expenses of naval 95347°- 48 -pt. 1---25