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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 787-OCT. 29, 1949 to be paid to the surgeon in charge; advertising; for subsistence of supernumeraries necessitated by emergent military circumstances; Pri m. prizes to be established by the Secretary of the Army for enlisted men of the Army who graduate from the Army schools for bakers and cooks; and for other necessary expenses incident to the purchase, testing, care, preservation, issue, safe, and accounting for subsistence Payment of sub. supplies for the Army; in all, $255,000,000: Provided, That none of the funds appropriated in this title shall be used for the payment of Procurement of fod any subsidy on agricultural or other products: Providedfurther, That or clothing not pro- .. . ... dnced in U. s. no part of this or any other appropriation contained in this Act shall be available for the procurement of any article of food or clothing not grown or produced in the United States or its possessions, except to the extent that the Secretary of the Army shall determine that a satisfactory quality and sufficient quantity of any articles of food or clothing grown or produced in the United States or its possessions cannot be procured as and when needed at United States market prices and without unduly increasing future United States market prices and except procurements by vessels in foreign waters and emergency procurements or procurements of highly perishable foods by estab- lishments located outside the continental United States, except the Territories of Hawaii and Alaska, for the personnel attached thereto: Purchase h o food Provided further, That notwithstanding the provisions of the fore- going proviso, the Secretary of the Army is authorized to purchase from the Commodity Credit Corporation any food products owned and stored by such Corporation which the Secretary determines to be of a satisfactory quality for the use of the Military Establishment, or for civilian feeding in occupied areas; REGULAR SUPPLES OF THE ARML For supplies, services, and other expenses, not otherwise provided for, incident to the design, development, procurement, manufacture, care, protection, alteration, repair, maintenance, installation, storage, and issue of Quartermaster Corps supplies, materials, and equipment (exclusive of fixed installations in buildings otherwise provided for), including petroleum and other products, market reports and personal services; for supplies and equipment for troops and general service schools; for operation of field printing plants not otherwise provided for and contract printing and binding; for purchase, subsistence, and care of animals required in connection with Army training and other activities; for straw for soldiers' bedding; for expenses incident to raising and harvesting forage on military reservations, including, when specifically authorized by the Secretary of the Army, the cost of irrigation; $115,000,000; CLOTHING AND EQUPAGB For cloth, woolens, materials, and for the purchase and manufacture of clothing for the Army, including retired enlisted men when ordered to active duty, for issue and for sale; for payment of commutation of clothing due to warrant officers of the mine-planter service and to en- listed men; for altering and fitting clothing and washing and cleaning when necessary, including laundry work for enlisted men while patients in a hospital; for operation of laundries, existing or now under con- struction, including purchase and repair of laundry machinery there- for; for the authorized issues of articles for use of general prisoners confined at military posts without pay or allowances, and for appli- cants for enlistment while held under observation; for equipment and repair of equipment of existing dry-cleaning plants, salvage and sorting storehouses, hat-repairing shops, shoe-repair shops, clothing-repair 992 [63 STAT.