Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 41 Part 1.djvu/996

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SIXTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sizss. II. Ch. 240. 1920. 975 Anvlmcns `·ro Drsnmzsrxe Orrronns. ‘_£Y¤°°¤¤¤*¤'¤<i- That the Secretary of War be, and he hereb is, authorized to issue rss¤e_¤r advances to his requisitions for advances to disbursing officers and agents of the °‘“"““‘°“°°”· Army, under an "Army account of advances/’ not to exceed the total appropriation for the Army, the amount so advanced to be exclusively used to pay, upon proper vouchers, obligations lawfully payable under themrlgspegtive appropriiagionsad b h Gd h tt eamountso vanc ec arg tote ro erappropria- T¤*>¤¤¤¤fs¤<i¢¤ tions and returned to "Army accolmt of adVa¤<i)6S’P by pliilypalld pril;ra2Fpmpmt1m` counterwarrant. The said charge, however, to articular appropriations shall be limited to the amount appropriated to each. That the Auditor for the War Department shall declare the sums c0§t§'<·=¤=<·=¤* ¤¥><>¤ . . . p ete vouchers. due from the several special appro(pr1ations upon complete vouchers, as heretofore, according to law; an he shall adjust the said liabilities

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at any a ances o existing Arm appropriations now av a e Xis mg °°‘ for withdrawal from the Treasury, tibédlaherpwith any unexpended ii°sf»°¤°§ii§ balances now charged to disbursing officers or agents of the Army nd °°°°`m"”g‘ which, under existing law, are available for disbursement, shall at such time as may be designated by the Secretary of War, be transferred on the books of the Treasury Department to "Army account of advances" and shall be disbursed an accounted for as such. Tum-Mnasunme Dnvrcns. v,§`es‘*j*° mming dt That no part of the appropriations made in this Act shall be avail- ,,s§;, ggywggk ‘§`§‘;°,;§ able for the salary or pay of any officer, manager, superintendent, fore- plcyees. man, or other person having charge of the work of an employee of the United States while making or causing to be madye with a stop watch, or other time-measuring device, a time study of any 'ob of any such employee between the starting and completion thereofl or of the movements of any such employee while engaged upon such work; nor ms°tg§§,eg°“'d$· °*°·· shall any part of the appropriations made in this Act be available to ` pay anympremium or bonus or cash reward to any employee in addition to regular wages, except for suggestions resulting in improvements or economy in the operation of any Government plant. z Ptrrrcrrisrz or ARTICLES l`IANUFACTURED AT GOVERNMENT ARSENALS. m°d° °° That no part of the moneys appropriated in each or any section of cb§§jf§'§§§£hZ§l,_p“` this Act shall be used or expended for the purchase or acquirement of any article or articles that at the time of the proposed acquiremeut can be manufactured or produced in each or any of the Government arsenals of the United States for a sum less than it can be purchased or procured otherwise. That all orders or contracts for the manufacture of material per- mgggwgggn Omg taining to approved projects heretofore or hereafter placed with at cevemmeur estab- Govemment-owncd establishments shall be considered as oblvations “Sh“‘°°”S‘ in the same manner as provided for similar orders placed commercial manufacturers, and the appropriations shall remain available for the payment of the obligations so created as in the case of contracts or orders with commercial manufacturers. Tnaxsronrarrozv or Wommsn Asn Ornnnwrsa Drsinrnn Sonmsns, ,,§‘S°,,*2_}§§u¤gS§}{‘l§§; Sarroas, on Msuzrxras wnnx Trzivrarrrwe ON Funrocen. icuéu. The Secretary of War and the Secretary of the Navy, under such mQ';"§,¥§Q}, §§Qf,Q£,‘f§ regulations and restrictions as they may provide, are hereby author- pimr ized to issue to ail wounded and otherwise disabled soldiers, sailors, or marines under treatment in any Army, Navy, or other hospital,