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SIXTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. CHS. 210, 211. 1916. 339 WAR DEPARTLLENT. W" D°P°”m°”*· sroiui. orrrcn. 8*9**** °‘“°° The limitation on the Services of skilled draftsmen and such other ,,,,;*v'§‘,,‘§,,,““,f,,{°,§,,°§,f’,’{f’*"“’ services as the Secretary of Wu may deem necessary to be employed 4¤¢¢.1>·91· in the Signal Office, contained m the egislative, executive, and judicial appropriation Act for the fiscal year mneteen hundred and seventeen, is increased from $30,000 to $53,280. ADJUTANT GENEB.AL’S OFFICE. odgilmmt G°°°°°P° To reimburse the Bureau of Printing for material si£sx°°£St$t°?.`L`ii.'}{.i*g; and labor used in furmshing such commissions as are required by the ‘°‘°¤S° Mt- War Department for officers of the Arm‘y under the Act approved June third, mneteen hundred and sixteen, ‘ For making furt er and more ‘l”"’ p' 1°°‘ effectual provision for the national defense, and for other purposes," including cost of engaving and printing same, $6 000, to remain available during the cal year nineteen hundred and seventeen. 3 NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT. M"' BUREAU or MEDICINE AND SURGERY. anlgluficixiiileiisiu i Medical Department: For surgeon:-1’ necessaries for vessels in com- E in U ’ mission navy yards, naval stations, Corps, and for the civil _ establishment at the several naval hospitals, na yards, naval medical supply depots, Naval Medical Sc ool, Waghington, and Naval Acadculyf $55a000· . . . Trensierrin re Transportation of remains: For transportation of remains, includ- mms. S ` ing the same objects {specified under this head in the naval appropriation Act for the iisc year nineteen hundred and sixteen, $6,000. MARINE CORPS. “"’”° °°'¥”· Provisions, Marine Corps: For provisions, including the same P'°""°““· objects specified under this head in the naval appropriation Act for the fiscal year nmeteen hundred and sixteen, $100,000. Military stores, Marine Corps: For military stores, including the m“°"" “°°"’· same olzpcts specified under this head in the naval appropriation Act for the cal year nineteen hundred and sixteen, $105,000. Contingent, Marine Corps: For contingent expenses, including the °°°“”‘°“°· same ob fjects specified un er this head in the naval appropriation Act for the scal year nineteen hundred and sixteen, $60,000. Approved, July 1, 1916. CHAP. 211.—Joint Resolution To authorize the President to draft members of (&u.i?Iliad?i:42.] the National Guard and of the Organized Militia of the several States, TQ'l'fi{0l'I%, and the District oi Columbia and members of the National Guard and Militia Reserves ’ °' ‘ into the military service of the United States under certain conditions, and for other PuYP°€%· Resolved by the Senate and House eg R|e£;·esentat·ives of the United States of America, in Congress assemb d, at in the opinion of the ’,¥,,{‘?§,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,_ Congress of the United States an emergenc§ now exists which Q gt*;**i;'t:*~g demands the use of troops in addition to the egular Army of the us. ’ ' United States, and that the President be, and he is ereby, authorized to draft into the military service of the United States, under the Am m provisions of section one undred and eleven of the national defense ’p` ' Act approved June third, nineteen hundred and sixteen, so far as the provisions of said section may be applicable and not inconsistent with