61 STAT.] 80TH CONG. , 1ST SESS.-CH. 357-JULY 30, 1947 comprising police and office duties, rents, tolls, fuels, gasoline, lubri- cants, paints and oils, rope and cordage, light, water, advertising, stationery, typewriting and computing machines including their exchange, office furniture, tools, and instruments incidental expenses; civilian employees; libraries of the Chemical Corps; expenses inci- dental to the organization, training, and equipment of special gas troops not otherwise provided for, including the training of the Army in Chemical Corps Activities, both offensive and defensive, together with the necessary schools, tactical demonstrations, and maneuvers; expenses of chemical projectile filling plants and proving grounds, including construction and maintenance of rail transportation, repairs, alterations, accessories, building and repairing butts and targets, clearing and grading ranges; $19,890,300. ARMY GROUND FORCES TRAINING AND OPERATION, ARMY OROUND FORCES For miscellaneous supplies, material, equipment, personal and other services, tuition and other incidental expenses essential in conducting instruction in Army Ground Forces and related activities at Army Ground Forces service schools and elsewhere and for operation of Army Ground Forces Headquarters, subordinate commands, installa- tions, and boards, not otherwise provided for, $4,500,000. UNITED STATES MIITARY ACADEMY PAY OF MILITARY ACADEMY Cadets: For pay of cadets, $1,913,000: Provided, That during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1948, no officer of the Army shall be entitled to receive any increase in pay or allowances because of detail or assign- ment to duty in any capacity at the Military Academy: Provided further, That the duties of librarian of the United States Military Academy may be performed by an officer of the Regular Army retired from active service under the provisions of section 1251, Revised Statutes, and detailed on active duty for that purpose. MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION, UNITED STATESl MILITARY ACAI)EMY For text and reference books for instruction; increase and expense of library; office equipment and supplies; stationery, blank books, forms, printing and binding; diplomas for graduates; expense of lectures; apparatus, equipment, supplies, and materials for purpose of instruction and athletics, and maintenance and repair thereof; musical instruments and maintenance of band; care and maintenace of organ; equipment for cadet mess; postage, telephones, and telegrams; freight and expressage; for commutation of rations for cadets in lieu of the regular established ration; for commutation of rations for civil- ians employed at cadet mess in the same amount as deducted from each civilian's pay for said rations; maintenance of children's school (not exceeding $12.200) ; contingencies for Superintendent of the Military Academy (not exceeding $5,200) and for the Commandant of Cadets (not exceeding $1,200), to be expended in their respective discretions; expenses of the members of the Board of Visitors (not exceeding $1,500); contingent fund, to be expended under the direction of the Academic Board (not exceeding $1,000) improvement, repair, and maintenance of buildings and grounds (including roads, walls, and fences); shooting galleries and ranges; cooking, heating, and lighting apparatus and fixtures and operation and maintenance thereof; main- tenance of water, sewer, and plumbing systems; maintenance of and 563 Special gas troops. Chemical Corps Ac- tivities. Army officers on de- tail, pay restriction. Retired officer as librarian. 10U.S.C . 933. Contingent fund.