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1002 PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 787-OCT. 29, 1949 [63 STAT. as provided in section 55c of the Act approved June 4,1920 (10 U. S . C. 41 Stas. C 82. 1180), and in section 1225, Revised Statutes, as amended, under such regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Army, to 41 Stat. 776. schools and colleges, other than those provided for in section 40 of the Act above referred to, of such arms, tentage, and equipment, and of ammunition, targets, and target materials, including the trans- porting of the same, and the overhauling and repair of articles issued as the Secretary of the Army shall deem necessary for proper military etuplus sepplient training in said schools and colleges; $25,000,000: Provided,That uni- of the Army. forms and other equipment or material issued to the Reserve Officers' Training Corps in accordance with law shall be furnished from surplus or excess stocks of the Department of the Army without payment from this appropriation, except for actual expense incurred in the manu- Pri ce . facture or issue: Provided further, That in no case shall the amount paid from this appropriation for uniforms, equipment, or material furnished to the Reserve Officers' Training Corps from stocks under the control of the Department of the Army be in excess of the price Mounted units. current at the time the issue is made: Providedfurther, That hereafter no appropriation shall be used for the organization or maintenance of a greater number of mounted units in the Reserve Officers' Training Restricton on use of Corps than were in existence on January 1, 1928: Provided further, That none of the funds appropriated elsewhere in this Act, except for printing and binding and pay and allowances of officers and enlisted men, shall be used for expenses in connection with the Reserve Officers' Training Corps. NATIONAL BOARD FOR PROMOTION OF RFLUE PRACTIC, ARMY Supplies, etc. 39 Stat. 211; 43 Stat. 510. 32U.8.C.§§183, 18, 181. National matches. International matches, Argentina. Mileage for Board members. Maintenance of Board. 45 Stat. 786. 32U.S.C.§181c. Volunteer competi- tors or range officers. Promotion of rifle practice: For construction, equipment, and maintenance of rifle ranges, the instruction of citizens in marksman- ship; and promotion of practice in the use of rifled arms, for arms, ammunition, targets, and other accessories for target practice, for issue and sale in accordance with rules and regulations prescribed by the National Board for the Promotion of Rifle Practice and approved by the Secretary of the Army; clerical services, including not exceed- ing $91,427 in the District of Columbia; procurement of materials, supplies, trophies, prizes, badges, services, and such other items as are authorized in section 113, Act of June 3, 1916, and under this head in War Department Appropriation Act of June 7, 1924; conduct of the national matches, including incidental travel of rifle teams and of individuals and of Marine Corps and other detachments required in the operation of the matches and including incidental travel of rifle teams and individuals attending regional, national, and inter- national competitions (no more than $10,000 of which shall be avail- able for incidental expenses, including travel of a team representing the United States at the international matches to be held in Argentina in the calendar year 1949), and for the purchase of medals and badges for use in National Rifle Association competitions, including those fired as a part of the national matches; mileage at 8 cents per mile for members of the National Board for the Promotion of Rifle Practice when authorized by the Secretary of the Army, any provision of law to the contrary notwithstanding; and maintenance of the National Board for the Promotion of Rifle Practice, including not to exceed $10,500 for incidental expenses in addition to the amount authorized by Act of May 28, 1928; to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Army; $272,500: Provided, That officers, warrant officers, and enlisted men of the National Guard and Organized Reserves, who, under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Army, volunteer to participate without pay as competitors or range officers in the national matches to be held during the current fiscal