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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 787-OCT. 29, 1949 60 Stat. 858 . 60 Stat. 853. 41 Stat. 813. Naval Petroleum Reserve Numbered 1. Agreements with landowners. Use of naval service funds. periodicals for the naval service; all advertising of the Department of the Navy and its bureaus (except advertising for recruits for the Bureau of Naval Personnel); costs of suits; expenses authorized by section 38 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (5 U. S . C. 421f), for Latin- American cooperation; postage, foreign and domestic and post-office box rentals; microphotographic services; and other necessary and incidental expenses, $4,300,000. CONTINGENCIES OF THE NAVY For all emergencies and extraordinary expenses, authorized by section 6 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (5 U. S. C. 419c), to be expended on the approval and authority of the Secretary, and his determination shall be final and conclusive upon the accounting officers of the Govern- ment, and for examination of estimates for appropriations and of naval activities in the field for any branch of the naval service, $17,500,000. OPERATION AND CONSERVATION OF NAVAL PETROLEUM RESERVES To enable the Secretary to carry out the provisions contained in the Act approved June 4, 1920, as amended (34 U. S. C . 524), requiring him to explore, prospect, conserve, develop, use and operate the naval petroleum reserves, $9,500,000: Provided, That out of any sums appropriated for naval purposes by this title, any portion thereof, not to exceed $5,000,000, shall be available to enable the Secretary to protect Naval Petroleum Reserve Numbered 1, by drilling wells and performing any work incident thereto: Provided further, That no part of the sum made available in the foregoing provision for the protection of Naval Petroleum Reserve Numbered 1 shall be expended if satisfactory agreement or agreements can be made with owners of land within or adjoining said Reserve Numbered 1 not to drill wells for the purpose of producing oil or gas. CONTINGENT EXPENSES For technical reference and lawbooks periodicals, and photostating for Department library; purchase of photographs, maps, documents, and pictorial records of the Navy; stationery, furniture, newspapers, plans, drawings, and drawing materials; purchase, maintenance repair, and operation of motortrucks and other necessary expenses of the Department of the Navy and its various bureaus and offices, $1,635,000: Provided, That it shall not be lawful to expend, unless otherwise specifically provided by law, for any of the offices or bureaus of the Department of the Navy in the District of Columbia, any sum out of appropriations made for the naval service for any of the pur- poses mentioned or authorized in this paragraph. SALARIES For personal services at the seat of government for the Office of the Secretary of the Navy, $4,400,000. OFFICE OF CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS ISLAND GOVERNMENTS Expenses incident to the administration of island governments, including liberated and occupied areas and the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, $1,300,000. 1004 [63 STAT.