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61 STAT.] 80TH CONG. , 1 ST SESS.-CH. 268-JULY 18, 1947 and equipment of vessels authorized by law and hereafter approved in accordance therewith, including conversions and replacements, and tools and equipment for such construction in public and private plants, and group IVb personnel in the Bureau of Ships necessary for the purposes of this appropriation, $9,700,000, to be transferred from the appropriation "Increase and replacement of naval vessels, construc- tion and machinery", to be immediately available and to remain avail- able until expended. ORDNANCE FOR NEW CONSTRTTTION Ordnance for new construction: For expenses, not otherwise pro- vided for, necessary for the construction and procurement of armor, armament, and ammunition for vessels provided for in the appropria- tion "Construction of ships", including tools and equipment in public and private plants and group IVb personnel in the Bureau of Ordnance necessary for the purpose of this appropriation, for the production of armor, armament, and ammunition for said vessels, $4,580,000, to be transferred from the appropriation "Increase and replacement of naval vessels, armor, armament, and ammunition", to be immediately avail- able and to remain available until expended: Provided, That the limi- tation on the availability of the appropriation "Increase and replace- ment of naval vessels" for construction of new vessels shall not be applicable to this appropriation nor the appropriation "Construction of ships". INCREASE AND REPLACEMENT OF NAVAL VESSELS The balance remaining of appropriations under "Increase and replacement of naval vessels" shall not be available for beginning the construction of any new vessels during the fiscal year 1948. NAVY DEPARTMENT SALARIES For compensation for personal services at the seat of government, as follows: Office of the Secretary of the Navy: Secretary of the Navy, Under 'o st' p.507 Secretary of the Navy, Assistant Secretaries of the Navy, and other personal services, including Executive Officer, not to exceed $7,000, $3,946,300; Office of Naval Research, $1,164,000; General Board, $18,600; Naval examining and retiring boards, $20,200; Office of Naval Records and Library, $57,000; Office of Judge Advocate General, $310,000; Office of Chief of Naval Operations, $1,435,000; Board of Inspection and Survey, $35,000; Office of Director of Naval Communications, $2,005,000; Office of Naval Intelligence, $980,000; Bureau of Naval Personnel, $3,226,000; Hydrographic Office, $1,890,000; Naval Observatory, including $2,500 for pay of computers on piece work, $400,000; Bureau of Ships, $6,450,000; Bureau of Ordnance, $3,100,000; Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, $4,400,000; Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, $1,078,000; Bureau of Yards and Docks, $2,045,000; Bureau of Aeronautics, $2,400,000; In all, salaries, Navy Department, $34,960,100. 391