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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 357-JULY 30, 1947 Liquidation of in- debtedness of certain cadets. Training, etc. 49 Stat. 1507. 10 U. S. C.§§ 451- 455d. Attendance at mili- tary service schools. Surplus supplies of Army. Caretakers. 39 Stat. 205. 32U.S.C.§42. Settlement of claims. Restriction on pay and expenses. repairs to cadet camp; fire-extinguishing apparatus; machinery and tools and repairs of same; policing buildings and grounds; furniture, refrigerators, and lockers for Government-owned buildings at the Academy and repair and maintenance thereof; fuel for heat, light, and power; pay of employees; and other necessary incidental expenses in the discretion of the superintendent; in all, $5,221,373: Provided, That not to exceed $3,750 of this amount shall be available to liquidate the indebtedness of cadets separated from the service for any reason during their first year, who at the time of their separation are in debt to the cadet store. NATIONAL GUARD For expenses necessary for equipping, maintaining, operating, and training the National Guard, including expenses of camps, airfields, storage facilities and alterations and additions to present structures either on Government-owned or State-owned land, construction and maintenance of buildings, structures, rifle ranges, and facilities, the hire (at a rate not exceeding $1 per diem) of passenger automobiles, and the modification, repair, maintenance and operation of airplanes; transportation of things; personal services at the seat of government or elsewhere (including services of personnel of the National Guard employed as civilians, without regard to their military rank) necessary for the care, maintenance, modification and repair of materials and equipment, for Federal property and custodial accounting work, and for administrative and such other duties as may be required; medical and hospital treatment of members of the National Guard who suffer injury or contract disease in line of duty and other expenses connected therewith as authorized by the Act of June 15, 1936 (10 U. S. C. 455); pay at a rate not less than $2,400 per annum and travel of property and disbursing officers for the United States; attendance of National Guard personnel at military service schools and expenses of enlisted men of the Regular Army on duty with the National Guard, including allowances for quarters and subsistence; drill pay of the National Guard; travel of personnel of the Regular Army detailed to or on duty with the National Guard, including mileage, transportation of dependents, and transportation, packing, crating and unpacking of household goods and effects; procurement and issue to the National Guard of the several States, Territories and the District of Columbia of military equipment and supplies, as provided by law, including motor-propelled vehicles and airplanes, and repair and modification of such equipment and supplies; $134,000,000 and in addition to this appropriation the Secretary may, prior to July 1, 1948, enter into contracts in an amount not in excess of $15,000,000: Provided, That the Secretary of War is hereby authorized to issue to the National Guard without charge against this appropriation except for actual expenses incident to such issue, supplies and equipment from surplus or excess supplies or equipment purchased for the Army: Provided further, That the number of caretakers authorized to be employed for any one unit, pool, or heavier-than-air squadron under the provisions of section 90 of the National Defense Act of June 3, 1916, as amended, may be such as is deemed necessary by the Secretary of War: Provided further, That not to exceed $25,500 of this appropriation shall be available for the settlement of claims (not exceeding $500 in any one case) for damages to or loss of private property incident to the operation of camps of instruction, either during the stay of National Guard units in such camps or while en route thereto or therefrom. No part of the appropriations made in this Act shall be available for pay, allowances, or traveling or other expenses of any officer or enlisted man of the National Guard who may be drawing a pension, 564 [61 STAT.