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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 268-JULY 18, 1947 60 Stat. 854 . 5U.S. C. §421d. Personal property losses, reimbursement. 59 Stat. 662. 31 U. S .C. §215-217 notes, 222e-222g, 223d . 41 Stat. 132. 42 Stat. 24 . 55 Stat. 880. Enlisted men or civil employees as household servants. Total. ordnance shore activities; technical books and periodicals; mainte- nance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled and other freight and passenger-carrying vehicles at such activities; target practice; and for contribution to the support of schools as authorized by section 13 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (Public Law 604); $184,000,000. BUREAU OF SUPPLIES AND ACCOUNTS PAY AND SUBSISTENCE OF NAVAL PERSONNEL For pay, allowances, subsistence and quarters prescribed by law for naval personnel, including reserves on active duty- Pay and allowances: Officers, active duty, no part of which shall be available for increased pay for making aerial flights, by more than eighty-five officers above the rank of captain nor by nonflying officers or observers at rates in excess of those prescribed by law for the Army, which shall be the legal maximum rates as to such nonflying officers or observers; midshipmen; officers, retired, inactive; enlisted personnel, active, including cash prizes for men for excellence in gunnery, target practice, communication, and engineering competition; enlisted men, retired, inactive; men of the Fleet Reserve, inactive; nurses, female, active; nurses, female, retired, inactive; six months' death gratuity, officers, nurses, and enlisted personnel; cash allowances for uniforms for officersi clothing furnished annually to enlisted personnel and issued in kind to members of the Navy Nurse Corps or cash in lieu thereof; civilian clothing, including an overcoat when necessary, the cost of all not to exceed $30 per person to enlisted personnel given discharges for bad conduct, undesirability, unsuitability, or inaptitude; reimbursement as authorized by the Act of December 28, 1945 (Public Law 277), to persons in the naval service, for personal property lost, destroyed, or damaged; purchase of medals, crosses, bars, emblems, and other insignia; miscellaneous items, including interest on deposits by enlisted personnel; losses in the accounts of Navy and Marine Corps officers certified under the Act of July 11, 1919 (31 U. S . C . 105), and the Act of June 10, 1921 (31 U. S . C . 104), and payments in settle- ment of claims under the Act of January 2, 1942 (31 U. S. C. 224d); commuted rations; money allowances for subsistence and quarters of enlisted personnel when not furnished quarters or subsistence in kind, and for enlisted personnel absent from messes on temporary duty not involving travel (during which time all other subsistence shall be stopped): Provided, That, except in the case of those who have specif- ically enlisted for such duty, no appropriation contained in this Act shall be available for the pay, allowances, or other expenses of any enlisted man or civil employee performing service in the residence or quarters of an officer or officers on shore as a cook, waiter, or other work of a character performed by a household servant, but nothing herein shall be construed as preventing the voluntary employment in any such capacity of a retired enlisted man or a transferred member of the Fleet Reserve without additional expense to the Government, nor the sale of meals to officers by general messes on shore as regulated by detailed instructions from the Navy Department; total, pay and allowances, $1,214,296,000. Subsistence: For provisions for messes, subsistence in messes, and other subsistence in kind as authorized by law; $52,796,000. In all, for pay and subsistence of naval personnel, $1,267,092,000, and the money herein specifically appropriated for "Pay and sub- sistence, Navy", shall be disbursed and accounted for in accordance with existing law and shall constitute one fund. 386 [61 STAT.