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61 STAT.] 8OTH CONG. , 1ST SESS.-CH. 357-JULY 30, 1947 The Secretary of War is authorized to employ such additional personnel at the seat of government and elsewhere, and to provide out of any appropriations available for the Military Establishment for their salaries and for such printing and binding, communication and other services, and supplies as he may deem necessary to carry out the purposes of this Act, but the amount so used for personal services at the seat of government, other than for field service employees and employees of other agencies paid from funds transferred thereto from appropriations contained in this Act, shall not exceed $43,039,100. OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY CONTINGENT EXPENSES, WAR DEPARTMENT For miscellaneous expenses at the seat of government, $2,350,000. PRINTING AND BINDING, WAR DEPARTMENT For printing and binding, except such as may be otherwise pro- vided for in accordance with law, $7,000,000. GENERAL PROVISIONS SEC. 2 . The foregoing appropriations for "Quartermaster Service, Army", "Signal Service of the Army", "Air Corps, Army", "Medical and Hospital Department", "Engineer Service, Army", "Ordnance Service and Supplies", and "Chemical Service, Army" shall each be available for the pay and allowances, including travel allowances, of such Reserve officers as the President may, with their consent, order to active duty for such periods, not in excess of two years, as their service may be required in the procurement or production of equip- ment therein appropriated for, or on duty pertaining to aviation. SEC. 3. Appropriations for the Military Establishment for the fiscal year 1948 shall be available for carrying out the purposes of Executive Order 9112 of March 26, 1942- for expenses in connection with the administration by the Army of occupied areas; for expenses of con- ducting investigations in foreign countries incident to matters relating strictly to the Military Establishment, without regard to section 3(48, Revised Statutes, including such compensation, expenses, and allow- ances of witnesses, cost of procuring and transcribing evidence, docu- ments, and testimony, and other miscellaneous and incidental expenses as may be determined by the investigating officer to be necessary and in accord with local custom; for carrying into effect the provisions of the Act entitled "An Act to govern distribution of war trophies and de- vices", approved July 16, 1946 (Public Law 510); for actual and nec- essary expenses or per diem in lieu thereof authorized by section 12 of the Pay Readjustment Act of 1942, as amended; for per diem allow- ances authorized by section 4 of the Act approved August 2, 1946 (Public Law 600); for providing primary and secondary schooling for dependents of military and civilian personnel residing on military reservations in amounts not exceeding $100 per child when the Sec- retary of War finds that the schools, if any, available in the locality, are unable to provide adequately for the education of such dependents; and for health programs authorized by the Act of August 8, 1946 (Public Law 658). SEC. 4. No part of any appropriation made by this Act shall be used in any way to pay any expense in connection with the conduct, operation, or management of any post exchange, branch exchange, or subexchange within any State, Territory, or the District of Columbia, save and except for real assistance and convenience under such regu- lations as the Secretary of War may prescribe, to such personnel 569 Employment of ad- ditional personnel. Post, p. 625. Pay and allowances of Reserve officers on active duty. Financing war con- tracts, etc. 60I.; . C. app. 1 F11 note. 31U.S. C. 1529. 60 Stat. 535. 5U.S.C.II207a- 2071. 56 Stat. 364. 37U.S.C. 1112. 60 Stat. 808. 5U. S. C. §823note. 60 Stat. 903. 5U.S.C. 150. Post exchanges, etc.