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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 357-JULY 30, 1947 67 Stat. 372. 31 U. S. C. I§215- 217 notes, 223b, 223c. 60 Stat. 842 . 28 U. S. 0. § 921,922, 931-934, 941-945. Post, p. 722. Reserve and Na- tional Guard offlcers. 41 Stat. 776; 49 Stat. 391. 10 U. . C. §C361, 364, 369; 32 U. S. C. 81c. Repayment of amounts erroneously collected. 58 Stat. 800, 921. 31 U. 8S. C. i9la; § 1705-1707. 68 Stat. 8. Ante, p. 192. Aerial flights by nonflying officers. "Flying officer." 47 Stat. 40& from such exercises, under the provisions of the Act of July 3, 1943 (31 U. S . C. 223b), as amended, and the Federal Tort Claims Act of August 2, 1946 (Public Law 601), $9,000,000. NATIONAL WAR COLLEGE For expenses, not otherwise provided for, of the National War College, including the purchase of the necessary special stationery; textbooks, books of reference, scientific and professional papers; maps, police utensils; expenses of special lectures; contingencies for the Commandant of the National War College to be expended in his discretion (not exceeding $1,000); purchase, repair, and cleaning of uniforms for guards; pay of employees; $306,000. COMMAND AND GENERAL STAFF COLLEGE For the purchase of textbooks, books of reference, scientific and professional papers, instruments, and material for instruction; expenses of special lectures; and for other necessary expenses of instruction, at the Command and General Staff College, Fort Leaven- worth, Kansas; $450,000. FINANCE DEPARTMENT FINANCE SERVICE, ARMY Pay of the Army: For pay and allowances of the Army of the United States, including pay of Reserve officers and officers of the National Guard of the United States ordered to active duty under the provisions of section 37a and the fourth paragraph of section 38 of the National Defense Act, as amended; pay of civilian employees at military headquarters; allowances for quarters for enlisted men on duty where public quarters are not available; interest on soldiers' deposits; payment of life insurance premiums authorized by law; payment of exchange fees and exchange losses incurred by disbursing officers or their agents; repayment of amounts determined by the Secretary of War or officers designated by him, to have been erro- neously collected from military and civilian personnel in and under the Military Establishment; and losses in the accounts of Army dis- bursing officers in accordance with the Acts of December 13, 1944 (31 U. S . C. 95a) and December 23, 1944 (50 U. S . C . 1705-1707); $2,388,286,700, which shall also be available to pay mustering-out payments, as authorized by the "Mustering-Out Payment Act of 1944" as amended (38 U. S . C. 6 9 1-691g), to persons who were or may be denied such payments because they were discharged from the Army to enter the United States Military Academy or the United States Naval Academy and subsequently were discharged from either acad- emy because of physical disability: Provided, That the appropria- tions contained m this Act shall not be available for increased pay for making aerial flights by nonflying officers at a rate in excess of $720 per annum, which shall be the legal maximum rate as to such officers, and such nonflying officers shall be entitled to such rate of increase by performing three or more flights within each ninety-day period, pursuant to orders of competent authority, without regard to the duration of such flight or flights: Providedfurther, That, during the continuance of the present war and for six months after the term- nation thereof, a flying officer as defined under existing law shall include flight surgeons, and commissioned officers or warrant officers while undergoing flying training: Provided further, That section 212 of the Act of June 30,1932 (5 U. S. C. 59a), shall not apply to retired 552 [61 STAT.